1. What is Captain Willsen doing at the opening to Chapter 1?
(c) Drinking in a tavern.
(d) Marching his troops.
2. What can wealthy men learn in Willsen's club?
(a) Poetry and engineering.
(b) Bridge and chess.
(c) It is not a place where learning takes place.
(d) Fencing and pistols.
3. Why does Willsen teach?
(a) He likes to show young men the correct way to fight with swords.
(b) He has been commanded to do so by his superior officer.
(c) He cannot support his family on his army pay alone.
(d) He does not teach; he is in the Army.
4. Why does Willsen know the name of the young Captain who speaks to him, though they haven't met?
(a) The man is speaking Spanish.
(b) The man is speaking Russian.
(c) The man is speaking Italian.
(d) The man is speaking Danish.
5. Why is Willsen surprised to encounter Lavisser?
(a) The club is for noble born officers only.
(b) Willsen is not expecting to see him for several more days.
(c) The club is for English officers only.
(d) Willsen thought Lavisser was still in America.
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