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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Baumer feel towards Kat?
(a) He is indifferent towards him.
(b) He tolerates him.
(c) He loves him.
(d) He resents him.
2. What does Baumer grab for the men's dinner?
(a) A bag of apples.
(b) A bulldog.
(c) A goose.
(d) A pig.
3. What pattern is on the bedding in the men's barracks?
(b) Stars and stripes.
(c) A patchwork quilt of war-scenes.
4. Who arrives at the front lines?
(a) The Kaiser.
(b) Winston Churchill.
5. What is the men's sole ambition?
(a) To send the dog after a salesman.
(b) To knock the conceit out of a postman.
(c) To kick the pants off a police officer.
(d) To pull the wool over the eyes of a general.
6. What type of animal does Kat notice and want to eat?
7. What are the French famous for on the front?
(a) Vicious attacks.
(b) Up-to-date weaponry.
(c) Well-trained soldiers.
(d) Corned beef.
8. What does Himmelstoss threaten to do to Tjaden?
(a) Court-martial him.
(b) Stab him in the gut.
(c) Shoot him personally.
(d) Have him sent to the front lines.
9. What is Lohne?
(a) The most dangerous area of the front.
(b) A library.
(c) A railway junction.
(d) Baumer's hometown.
10. What is the main character's name?
(a) Haie Westhus
(b) Albert Kropp.
(c) Paul Baumer.
(d) Stanislaus Katczinsky.
11. What flowers fill the meadow that the men are sitting in?
12. According to Haie, what is revenge?
(a) Christmas pudding.
(b) Black pudding.
(c) White pudding.
(d) Chocolate pudding.
13. What never exists at the front?
14. What is Kat so worried about?
15. What do the men have to watch out for while riding back in the lorries?
(d) Hanging wires.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Tjaden?
2. Kat's masterpiece was four boxes of...
3. What do the men wrap Himmelstoss in when they beat him?
4. What do the men do with the leftover goose?
5. What is there a lot more of now in the trenches?
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