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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 amount of money did the cobbler have?
(a) Three shillings, six pence and a halfpenny.
(b) Two shillings, six pence and a halfpenny.
(c) One golden angel, and ten shillings.
(d) Three shillings four pence and a halfpenny.
2. What story made the ladies of the court laugh?
(a) Robin and the Friar's meeting.
(b) Robin and Little John's meeting.
(c) The Bishop and Sir Richard of the Lea.
(d) Little John's service to the Sheriff of Nottingham.
3. Why does the author not bid that you follow further?
(a) The following is sad.
(b) It is all lies.
(c) It is legend only, not truth.
(d) It is Robins' wish that it not be told.
4. What is the knight's name?
(a) Sir William.
(b) Sir George.
(c) Sir Richard.
(d) Sir Walter.
5. What is it that Robin digs into first?
(a) The eggs.
(b) Oat cakes.
(c) A knuckle of ham.
(d) Pigeon pie.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Good King Richard and his band do?
2. What nail did the Corn Engrosser twist to gain access to the boots?
3. What day did Robin die?
4. Who was the youth?
5. What does Robin dress as?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Sir Richard Lee tell the Queen what the King was up to?
2. What was unique about the poor man's shoes?
3. What fascinated Sir Richard about the youth in the wrestling match?
4. Why did the Knight pawn his land and for what reason?
5. How did Robin benefit from each person he encountered?
6. Why was it that the Prioress betrayed Robin?
7. How did Little John force the other friars to let him come with them?
8. In today's language, explain how the Bishop of Hereford got the King to break his promise to the Queen.
9. What did Little John overhear, and why is it of interest to Robin?
10. Why did the Queen argue so valiantly for Robin?
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