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Chapters 14-15- I Survived the AR, 1776

Quiz by Bruce Keizer

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  • Q1
    What caused Nate to march with the soldiers to the camp even though Captain Marsh really didn't want him on the battlefield?
    Some of the soldiers were hurt and couldn't carry the heavy guns up to the ridge.
    Some of the soldiers were too sick to march, and they needed people to carry the ammunition and supplies to the ridge.
    Nate needed to be brave and show Captain Marsh what he was capable of.
    Nate was forced out of his tent by the British and didn't have a choice.
    120s
  • Q2
    What best describes how Nate felt about being able to march with the soldiers?
    pleased and proud
    furious and irritated
    uninterested and bored
    excited and nervous
    120s
  • Q3
    "Hissssssss! A ball streaked right by Nate's ear. What type of figurative language is being used in this passage?
    onomatopoeia
    metaphor
    simile
    alliteration
    120s
  • Q4
    Who did Nate watch die by a musket shot?
    Captain Marsh
    Samuel
    Paul
    Uncle Storch
    120s
  • Q5
    "Pre-sent!" Captain Marsh shouted. What did this order most likely mean?
    shoot the musket
    unload the musket
    get the musket ready
    put the musket away for a later time
    120s
  • Q6
    How did Nate feel when he heard the battle drums?
    relieved
    excited
    angry
    terrified
    120s
  • Q7
    "And Nate's musket ball joined them in the blizzard of metal sweeping up the hill." What type of figurative language is being used?
    personification
    simile
    metaphor
    hyperbole
    120s
  • Q8
    "The Hessians were pouring over the hills like a churning wave of green and red and silver." What type of figurative language is being used here?
    simile
    personification
    alliteration
    metaphor
    120s
  • Q9
    "Captain Marsh's stony face seemed to crumble for a moment, and then he regained his steely determination." What is a synonym for the word 'steely' in this sentence?
    heavy
    hard-nosed
    compassionate
    inflexible
    120s
  • Q10
    Who was chasing after Nate after he separated from Paul?
    a Hessian
    a Loyalist
    a Patriot
    a Redcoat
    120s

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