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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Robin ask of the Bishop for the bride?
(a) His necklace.
(b) His wealth.
(c) Him to officiate the ceremony.
(d) His finery.
2. What drew Robin to Locksley Town?
(a) A ladies look.
(b) A chance to prove himself the best marksman in England.
(c) A butt of good October brewing.
(d) An adventure.
3. Why did Robin follow the voices and commotion?
(a) He thought that he would make sport of them.
(b) He thought that it would be funny to play with them.
(c) He wanted to see what it was all about.
(d) He thought that Little John ran afoul of the Kings' Foresters.
4. What deal had been struck between Robin and the Bishop?
(a) That he could make the lady love her husband.
(b) That he wouldn't give him anything, but take all.
(c) That he would send the friars dogs on him if he didn't officiate the ceremony.
(d) That he would never come back ever.
5. Who sent the message to the Sheriff that Robin had won the prize?
(a) Little John.
(b) David of Doncaster.
(c) Will Stutely.
(d) Bill Chase.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Will Stutely, the stories are....?
2. Who did the friar call?
3. How many months had passed since Little John had been in Sherwood?
4. What feathers were the guides of Robin's arrows made from?
5. What bird does Will give bread to?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Robin wish for Allan a Dale to stay with the band?
2. What was Little John's dilemma?
3. Why wouldn't anyone go to serve the warrant for Robin Hood's arrest?
4. Why did Robin punish the Sheriff?
5. How does the Miller try and avoid conflict?
6. Why did people try to get May Ellen from her tower and why wouldn't she marry?
7. What does King Henry say about the Sheriff's request for assistance?
8. What does the Sheriff offer "Jock" to join his band?
9. Why did the other foresters not go after Robin Hood?
10. What reasons does Robin give the Tinker to join his band of merry men?
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