Robin Hood Story Trivia Quiz!

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    For many years, Robin Hood lived in?

    • A.

      Henry Woods

    • B.

      Sherwood Forest

    • C.

      King Henry's Castle

    • D.

      Nottingham village

    Correct Answer
    B. Sherwood Forest
    Explanation
    Robin Hood is a legendary figure known for his exploits in Sherwood Forest. The forest is often depicted as his base of operations, where he and his band of Merry Men lived and carried out their activities. Sherwood Forest is located in Nottinghamshire, England, and is closely associated with the Robin Hood folklore. Therefore, it is the most plausible and fitting answer to the question.

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  • 2. 

    Maid Marion was?

    • A.

      The woman who took care of Robin's castle

    • B.

      The person who shot at Robin

    • C.

      The girl that Robin liked the most

    • D.

      The one who killed the deer in the woods

    Correct Answer
    C. The girl that Robin liked the most
    Explanation
    Maid Marion was the girl that Robin liked the most. This suggests that Robin had strong feelings for Maid Marion and held her in high regard. It implies a romantic connection between the two characters, indicating that Maid Marion was Robin's love interest or significant other.

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  • 3. 

    As he went through the forest on his way to Nottingham, Robin met:

    • A.

      Fifteen of the king's men

    • B.

      Maid Marion and her father

    • C.

      The Sheriff of Nottingham

    • D.

      A man who took all his money

    Correct Answer
    A. Fifteen of the king's men
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "fifteen of the king's men". The passage states that as Robin went through the forest on his way to Nottingham, he met fifteen of the king's men. This implies that he encountered a group of soldiers or guards who were under the king's command.

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  • 4. 

    Robin was on his way to Nottingham___________

    • A.

      To see Maid Marion and her family

    • B.

      To get a job in the village

    • C.

      To speak with the sheriff about becoming one of his men

    • D.

      To show how well he could use his bow and arrow

    Correct Answer
    D. To show how well he could use his bow and arrow
    Explanation
    Robin was on his way to Nottingham to show how well he could use his bow and arrow. This suggests that Robin was confident in his archery skills and wanted to demonstrate them to others, possibly to gain recognition or prove his abilities. It implies that he was skilled with a bow and arrow and wanted to showcase his talent to others, possibly to impress Maid Marion or gain the attention of the villagers.

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  • 5. 

    Robin sent an arrow back at the king's man because:

    • A.

      He liked to bother the king's men when he met them

    • B.

      He was a mean young man

    • C.

      He thought the man was going to hurt him

    • D.

      He wanted to make the sheriff angry

    Correct Answer
    C. He thought the man was going to hurt him
    Explanation
    Robin sent an arrow back at the king's man because he thought the man was going to hurt him. This suggests that Robin acted out of self-defense or perceived threat, as he believed that the man posed a danger to him.

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  • 6. 

    Robin and his men lived in the woods because:

    • A.

      They thought it was quite and pretty there

    • B.

      The all had to hide from the sheriff's men

    • C.

      The took care of the deer

    • D.

      The didn't like houses

    Correct Answer
    B. The all had to hide from the sheriff's men
    Explanation
    Robin and his men lived in the woods because they all had to hide from the sheriff's men. This suggests that they were likely outlaws or rebels, and living in the woods provided them with a safe haven away from the authorities.

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  • 7. 

    The poor people of the country loved Robin and his men because:

    • A.

      Robin helped the poor

    • B.

      Robin worked for the sheriff

    • C.

      Robin saved the deer

    • D.

      Robin helped the king

    Correct Answer
    A. Robin helped the poor
    Explanation
    The poor people of the country loved Robin because he helped them. This suggests that Robin was kind and generous towards those who were less fortunate. By providing assistance and support to the poor, Robin gained their admiration and loyalty. This action demonstrates Robin's empathy and willingness to make a positive impact on the lives of others in need.

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  • 8. 

    The king and the sheriff:

    • A.

      Gave the people everything they needed

    • B.

      Let the people hunt in the forest

    • C.

      Did not treat their people well

    • D.

      Tried to understand Robin Hood

    Correct Answer
    C. Did not treat their people well
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "did not treat their people well." This can be inferred from the given options, as the other choices suggest positive actions by the king and the sheriff such as providing for the people's needs and allowing them to hunt in the forest. However, the chosen option implies that the king and the sheriff were not good rulers and mistreated their subjects.

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  • 9. 

    Another name for this story could be:

    • A.

      "On the Way to Nottingham"

    • B.

      "Hunting for Deer"

    • C.

      "A Girl Named Maid Marion"

    • D.

      "At the King's Castle"

    Correct Answer
    A. "On the Way to Nottingham"
    Explanation
    The given answer, "On the Way to Nottingham," is a suitable alternative title for the story because it suggests that the story revolves around a journey or adventure to the city of Nottingham. This title implies that the main characters may encounter various obstacles, meet new people, or face challenges along the way. It also sets the tone for a potentially exciting and eventful narrative centered around the destination of Nottingham.

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  • 10. 

    This stoty is mainly about____________

    • A.

      The king's deer that live in the forest

    • B.

      What people of the country think about Robin

    • C.

      Maid Marion and her friends in Nottingham

    • D.

      How Robin came to live in the forest with his men

    Correct Answer
    D. How Robin came to live in the forest with his men
    Explanation
    This story is mainly about how Robin came to live in the forest with his men. The other options mentioned in the question are not relevant to the main focus of the story.

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