*Magnify*
SPONSORED LINKS
Creative fun in
the palm of your hand.
Printed from https://www.Writing.Com/view/2019437
Printer Friendly Page Tell A Friend
No ratings.
by Zhen
Rated: E · Quiz · Activity · #2019437
This is the eighth of ten short stories in monosyllabic words by Aunt Fannie.
Poor Will, Who Was Shot in the War, is available online in Ten Short Stories by Aunt Fannie   at Project Gutenberg  . This quiz is a comprehension test for readers of Poor Will, Who Was Shot in the War.
Quiz Scoreboard Available: View Scoreboard

   *Star* This quiz does not allow multiple attempts...
             so remember, you can only take it one time.

1. Understanding:
 The old man wants something returned to him, which he lost in the war. What is it?
       He wants his arm and his son back.        
       He wants his arm back more than he wants his son back.        
       He wants his arm back.        
       He wants his son back more than he wants his arm back.        
       He wants his son back.        
2. Characterization:
 Why did the boy Will go to war?
       To beat the bad men.        
       To taunt the big guns.        
       To practice playing the fife and drums.        
       To see what war is.        
       To stay near his papa.        
3. Characterization details:
 How old was Will and what colour were his eyes?
       Blue-eyed Will was 10 years old when he was shot in the war.        
       Brown-eyed Will was 11 years old when he was shot in the war.        
       Green-eyed Will was 10 years old when he was shot in the war.        
       Blue-eyed Will was 11 years old when he was shot in the war.        
       Brown-eyed Will was 10 years old when he was shot in the war.        
4. Comprehension:
 When Will first knew he was dying, what did he decide to do?
       To use his knife to end the pain.        
       To find his father to say good-bye.        
       To hide at the back of the camp.        
       To seek a doctor.        
       To play the fife and drum until he couldn't.        
5. Expression:
 "He felt as fine as a new pin." What does it mean?
       He felt good playing his new drum.        
       He is stronger with a dirk than are bad men with guns.        
       He felt strong with his new knife.        
       He looks good in his new, blue coat.        
       He felt good in his new clothes.        
How'd you do? Click below for your results:
          
Log in to Leave Feedback
Username:
Password:
Not a Member?
Signup right now, for free!
All accounts include:
*Bullet* FREE Email @Writing.Com!
*Bullet* FREE Portfolio Services!
Printed from https://www.Writing.Com/view/2019437