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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 happened among the people of the area of Sherwood upon Robin's announced return?
(a) More of the Kings men were patrolling.
(b) More asassins were hired.
(c) All the merry men came back.
(d) Robin had less free time.
2. What grieved Sir Robert Lee?
(a) To hear the Bishop speak so horribly of someone else.
(b) To see the reward posters for Robin and his band of men come down.
(c) To see the King break his promise.
(d) To see such a knave as Robin on the field.
3. What was given to Robin as a present?
(a) A share of his bountiful crops.
(b) A bow and quiver of arrows with gold inlayed.
(c) A bow and quiver of arrows with silver inlayed.
(d) A bow and quiver of arrows with brass inlayed.
4. Who was the well dressed lad of no more than sixteen?
(a) Derrick Passington, the King's page.
(b) Richard Partington, the Queen's page.
(c) Richard Partington, the King's page.
(d) None of these.
5. How much of the Bishops money did Robin leave to the Bishop?
(a) One eighth.
(b) One third.
(c) One half.
(d) One quarter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who moved the King to break his promise to the Queen?
2. What was the beggars quarterstaff made of?
3. Robin thought of naught but....?
4. What is in the bowl?
5. What disguise did the King wear?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Robin ask of his final resting place?
2. How did Robin benefit from each person he encountered?
3. Why did Robin not cry out when she had cut too deeply to his arm?
4. How did Little John force the other friars to let him come with them?
5. Why did the Queen argue so valiantly for Robin?
6. In today's language, explain how the Bishop of Hereford got the King to break his promise to the Queen.
7. Why did Sir William head to Sherwood?
8. What fascinated Sir Richard about the youth in the wrestling match?
9. What did the message from Richard mean and what was it?
10. How did "Guy of Gisbourne" explain the blood on his clothes?
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