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Hnrs. English 10 Exam- All Quiet on the Western Front

Gerard Duval
dead printer
first of the school boys to die
Paul Baumer
last of the seven school boys to die
urges Paul and his friends to enlist
receives boots as a present
leg is amputated
has a sixth sense
fond of horses
strict disciplinarian
shot trying to help a wounded dog
True or False: The boys' parents do not want them to enlist in the army.
True or False: Paul Baumer disagrees with Kantorek that he and his friends are "Iron Youth".
True or False: Paul believes that young men of twenty have less to lose than the older men.
True or False: They young men learn more in ten weeks of military training than they learned in ten years of school.
True or False: After Paul jabs Himmelstoss in the stomach during bayonet practice, the commander is displease.
True or False: The soldiers rarely eat turnips.
True or False: Katczinsky approves of the way soldiers are trained.
True or False: The boys never really "get even" with Himmelstoss.
True or False: Katczinsky mercifully shoots the fair-haired boy with the splintered hip.
True or False: Haie would like to be non-commissioned officer.
True or False: The prospect of being put in jail for five days for disobeying Himmelstoss does not bother Tjaden.
True or False: The boys appreciate school after they have been on the front for a while.
True or False: Albert Kropp feels that he and his friends have been ruined by the war.
True or False: Shell-shock is contagious.
True or False: Food is more important than ammunition on the front.
True or False: The French do not expect much resistance from the Germans.
True or False: The soldiers don't mind the enemy's observation planes, but they hate the battle planes.
True or False: One recruit falls for every two "old soldiers: who are killed.
True or False: The small shells are more dangerous than the big ones.
True or False: Himmelstoss treats the soldiers differently on the battle field than he did in training.
True or False: Knowing that they will never see each other again, Paul and the brunette share a tender farewell.
True or False: Paul resents teh attention that a nun at the train station gives him.
True or False: When Paul is at home on leave, he refuses to wear his uniform so that his father can show him off.
True or False: The headmasters tat drink beer with Paul tell him he knows little about the war.
True or False: Mittelstaedt treats Kantorek the way Kantorek treated him when Mittlestaedt was a student.
True or False: Paul lies to Kemmerich's mother about the way her son does.
True or False: Paul is glad that he went home on leave because his mother's fears are calmed.
True or False: The peasants freely give what food they can spare to the prisoners.
True or False: Paul and his friends are not very impressed by the Kaiser when he visits them.
True or False: The rumor regarding the possibility that the soldiers will go to Russia is false.
True or False: Paul bandages the French soldier that he stabs so that the French will be merciful to him if he is captured.
True or False: Paul realizes that he will never fulfill any of the promises that he makes to the dying French soldier.
True or False: Incidents such as Paul's experience with the dying French soldier happen quite often on the front.
True or False: Guarding the supply dump is a pleasant duty.
True or False: Paul doesn't think twice about getting into the hospital bed with the clean, white sheets.
True or False: Paul is too shy to tell the nun that he has to go to the bathroom.
True or False: Like all of the other people who go to the Dying Room, Peter never returns.
True or False: Detering is court-martialed for insubordination.
True or False: Nobody in Germany benefits from the war.
True or False: Paul unknowingly carriers a dead man back to the dressing station.
A. too much food
By mistake, the cook prepares (a) too much food; (b) the wrong type of food; (c) too little food.
C. boots
Kemmerich's most prized possession is his (a) watch; (b) letter from his mother; (c) boots.
B. give Kemmerich morphine
Paul gives the orderly in the hospital cigarettes so that he will (a) try to find Kemmerich's stolen watch; (b) give Kemmerich morphine; (c) try to keep Kemmerich alive.
B. postman
In civilian life Himmelstoss was a (a) teacher; (b) postman; (c) doctor.
A. they spill a latrine bucket on his pants
Himmelstoss; authority over the boys ends after (a) they spill a latrine bucket on his pants; (b) Paul jabs him in the stomach during bayonet practice; (c) the commander finds out how Himmelstoss has been mistreating the boys.
C. comradeship
Paul feels that the finest thing to come out of war is (a) receiving medals; (b) making his parents proud; (c) comradeship.
C. a leg
Paul tells Kemmerich that he is lucky to have only lost (a) a watch; (b) his boots; (c) a leg.
B. a plate of beans
Katczinsky trades three pieces of parachute silk for (a) cigarettes; (b) a plate of beans; (c) clean underwear.
C. cobbler
Before he becomes a soldier, Katczinsky was a (a) cook; (b) thief; (c) cobbler.
A. falling face-first in a wet field
The soldiers practice the "Charge at Lohne: by (a) falling face-first in a wet field; (b) crawling under beds; (c) clearing the barrack-square of snow with a broom and dustpan.
A. Himmelstoss
Only in the army can a man act like (a) Himmelstoss; (b) Katczinsky; (c) Paul.
B. horses
Detering feels that it is vile for war to use (a) boys; (b) horses; (c) old men.
B. a coffin
During the gas attack, Paul is saved by (a) the fair-haired boy; (b) a coffin; (c) Katczinsky.
A. burning them over a lighted candle
Katczinsky kills lice by (a) burning them over a lighted candle; (b) rubbing mud over his body; (c) dousing himself with oil.
A. the son of the magistrate sees him mistreat rectuits
Himmelstoss is transferred to the front because (a) the son of the magistrate sees him mistreat recruits; (b) he requests a transfer; (c) he wants to torment Paul and his friends.
C. ventilating his backside
Tjaden responds to Himmelstoss' insistence that Tjaden obey him by (a) saluting; (b) beating him with a club; (c) ventilating his backside.
C. sleep with a bed wetter
Paul defends Tjaden during the hearing by telling Lieutenant Bertink how Himmelstoss made Tjaden (a) scrub the Corprals' Mess Hall with a toothbrush; (b) soften a pair of boots that were as hard as iron; (c) sleep with a bed wetter.
C. rats in the trenches
A sure sign of a bombardment is the )a) howl and whistle of the small shells; (b) parachute lights; (c) rats in the trenches.
B. spade
As the war progresses, the bayonet is replaced by the more practical (a) trench knife; (b) spade; (c) rapier.
C. claustrophobic
While the soldiers are hiding in the trenches during the bombardment, three of teh recruits start to rave because they are (a) gun-shy; (b) shell-shocked; (c) claustrophobic.
C. corned beef
Occasionally, the chief reason for a flying raid against the French is to get their (a) cognac; (b) bread; (c) corned beef.
A. he must be lying on his belly
It is impossible for the soldiers to gauge the direction from which the wounded man's cries are coming because (a) he must be lying on his belly; (b) his cries are too weak to be heard most of the time; (c) the sound of the exploding bombs muffles his cries.
A. garter
Haie plans to give his girlfriend a driving band for her to use as a (a) garter; (b) bracelet; (c) necklace
A the trenches
The rats are growing fat in (a) the trenches; (b) No Man's Land; (c) the cemetery.
B. children
Paul compares the recruits to (a) rats in a trap; (b) children; (c) excess baggage.
A. Haie
Paul decides to make up with Himmelstoss because Himmelstoss helps to save the life of (a) haie; (b) Tjaden; (c) Katczinsky.
C. good food and rest
Two things that a soldier needs for contentment are (a) women and wine; (b) friends and foxholes; (c) good food and rest.
B. a girl and a sailor
The soldier marvel at a colored poster depicting (a) clear streams and wooded hills; (b) a girl and a sailor; (c) a plate piled high with food.
C. smutty
Paul says that a man is not a soldier if he is not (a) violent; (b) war-weary; (c) smutty.
C. bread
the French girls across the river allow Paul and his friends to visit them at their house because Tjaden offers to bring them some (a) cognac; (b) corned beef; (c) bread.
B. butterflies
On a wall in Paul's house is his collection of (a) baseball cards; (b) butterflies; (c) stamps.
A. cancer
Paul's mother is ill with (a) cancer; (b) pneumonia; (c) influenza.
C. march backwards for twenty paces
While he is on leave, Paul angers a major and is forced to (a) cut his leave short; (b) stand at attention in the street for an hour; (c) march backwards for twenty paces.
A. books
Paul fails in his attempt o escape his memories of the war through (a) books; (b) beer; (c) conversation.
C. territorial
After Paul returns home, he discovers that Kantorek is now serving his country as a (a) medic; (b) drill instructor; (c) territorial.
A. wool under-pants
Before he returns to the front, Paul's mother gives him some (a) wool under-pants; (b) liver sausage; (c) books.
C. Russian prisoners
Alongside Paul's camp is a prison camp that contains mostly (a) French prisoners; (b) British prisoners; (c) Russian prisoners.
C. thinks about how hard his mother worked to make them
Paul only gives two cakes to the prisoners because he (a) wants to eat the rest at the front; (b) wants to give the rest to his friends at the front; (c) thinks about how hard his mother worked to make them.
C. soldiers' bodies
Back on the front, Paul and Katczinsky look up at the tree limbs and see (a) assorted singing birds; (b apples; (c) soldiers' bodies.
C. killed with his hands
Paul is upset when he kills the French soldier because it is the first time that he has (a) been this close toa Frenchman; (b) had to spend this much time with a corpse; (c) killed with his hands.
C. an observation balloon
While Paul and his friends are cooking the slaughtered pigs, the smoke is seen by (a) a platoon of French soldiers; (b) a British airplane; (c) an observation balloon
C. evacuating a village
Paul and Albert Kropp are shot while they are (a) cooking the pigs; *b) picking up parachute silk for their girlfriends; (c) evacuating a village.
B. would rather amputate than bother with complicated patching
Paul and Kropp fear the surgeons because they (a) are sometimes drunk when the y treat the casualties; (b)would rather amputate than bother with complicated patching; (c) frequently operate without administering anesthetic.
A. be chloroformed
Paul begs not to (a) be chloroformed; (b) have his leg amputated; (c) be sent back to the front before he has completely healed.
A. cigars
Paul and Kropp are placed in the same ward because they bribe the sergeant-major with (a) cigars; (b) some of the pork in their sack; (c) chocolate.
A. raise the temperature on a thermometer
Katczinsky teaches Paul how to (a) raise the temperature on a thermometer; (b) arrange for an extra week's rest in the hospital; (c) sneak food into the hospital.
B. throwing a bottle at them
Paul persuades the nuns to close the door to the corridor while they are praying by (a) complaining to the hospital inspector; (b) throwing a bottle at them; (c) bribing them with chocolate.
B. crazy
Josef Hamacher, Paul and Kropp's roommate in the ward, claims to have a shooting license, which means that he is (a) licensed to hunt; (b) crazy; (c) a soldier.
C. going to the institute for artificial limbs
Albert Kropp ends up (a) committing suicide; (b) going home to convalescence; (c) going to the institute for artificial limbs.
A. a splinter would in the head
Katczinsky dies from (a) splinter wound in the head; (b) bleeding shin wound; (c) burns inflicted by flame-throwers.