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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens on a foggy morning at the training camp?
(a) One of the Territorials shoots a prisoner.
(b) One of the Russians is buried.
(c) Paul gets word that Kantorek has been killed at the front.
(d) Baumer's mother dies.
2. What does Kropp have at home?
(a) Dress shoes.
(b) An expensive tie.
(d) White trousers.
3. Who is the last survivor of the original group?
4. Why does Baumer go out on patrol?
(a) To keep him feeling like a soldier.
(b) Because he feels an attachment to his comrades.
(c) To keep the enemy on guard.
(d) To help collect the dead soldiers.
5. What will Baumer's mother undergo for her cancer?
(a) An operation.
(c) No treatment.
(d) Faith healing.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is dead?
2. Other than their legs, what does the men's new duty allow them to stretch?
3. How many reinforcements does the company need?
4. What happens to Paul when he is in the shell-holes?
5. Why does Paul want to let the months and years come?
Short Essay Questions
1. Baumer states that when men are living so close to death, life is only expressed in a certain way. How does he say life is expressed? How has Paul changed?
2. What does Baumer expect to face when the war ends? What does he not know?
3. How do the men act while eating caviar? Why do they do this?
4. How does Baumer feel about being back at the training camp on the moors? What does Remarque use nature to symbolize?
5. What type of situation does Baumer's family face over his mother's illness?
6. What do the men think about the causes and justifications behind the war?
7. How is nature described throughout All Quiet on the Western Front? What does this symbolism mean?
8. What does Kropp decide to do if his leg is amputated? Why do the doctors amputate so quickly?
9. What happens when an enemy soldier falls into Baumer's shell-hole?
10. How does Baumer feel towards the prisoners? Why? What does he think about the reasons for considering them an enemy?
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