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I need help with an English 12 test. Here are the questions I need help with and my answers. If anyone on here has taken the test and can help me I would appreciate it, thanks.. Multiple Choice from The Canterbury Tales: “The Prologue” 9. Which excerpt from “The Prologue” of The Canterbury Tales best indicates that the Knight is a humble person? (1 point)“Just home from service, he had joined our ranks/To do his pilgrimage…” “He never yet a boorish thing had said/In all his life to any…” “Under assault, he had been there, and in/North Africa…” “For him against another heathen Turk;/He was of sovereign value…” 10. What is the most likely reason that Chaucer presents The Canterbury Tales as a first-hand account? (1 point)to establish that he actually did observe the events he describes to create a sense of immediacy and authenticity to prove that the characters in the work had actually told him their stories to help the reader understand the mythology of the period 11. With which of these Canterbury Tales characters does Chaucer illustrate a division between religious and scientific thought? (1 point)the Narrator the Skipper the Doctor the Friar from The Canterbury Tales: “The Pardoner’s Tale” 12. Which line from “The Pardoner’s Tale” indicates the Pardoner’s feelings about the spiritual welfare of others? (1 point)“… Them from it, I can bring them to repent…” “That’s not the counsel of my inner voice!” “They can go blackberrying for all I care!” “I take great pains, and stretching out my neck…” 13. Read this excerpt from "The Pardoner's Tale," in which the old man is speaking to the rioters. “‘Well, sirs,’ he said, ‘if it be your design/to find out Death, turn up this crooked way/Towards that grove, I left him there today/Under a tree, and there you’ll find him waiting.” What is he doing by telling them something that he himself knows is not true? (1 point)He is trying to get them to find Death, so they will die. He is encouraging them to drive Death from the region. He is mocking their belief that Death is a literal person. He is trying to keep them from learning that they are already dead. from The Canterbury Tales, “The Wife of Bath’s Tale” 14. With which of these statements does the crone in "The Wife of Bath’s Tale" save the life of the knight? (1 point)“A woman wants… sovereignty/Over her husband as over her lover…” “We old, old women know a thing or two.” “Your life is safe; I shall make good my claim.” “…That dare say no to what I have to teach./Let us go … without further speech.” 15. In “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” what is the most likely reason the narrator describes the status of women during the time of King Arthur? (1 point)to show that women have no legal rights to speak of to prove that women have the same rights and responsibilities as men to illustrate that women had less freedom during King Arthur’s time than during the time of the Wife of Bath to demonstrate that women had greater freedom during King Arthur’s time than during the time of the Wife of Bath from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 16. With which of these statements does the Green Knight offer an enticement for playing his “Christmas game”? (1 point)“I could have come in finery, fixed up for fighting.” “Come or be counted a coward, as is fitting.” “… I’ll give you merely this sash that’s of slighter value.” “I shall let him have as a present this lovely gisarme...” 17. Which of these lines from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight most clearly exemplifies the medieval ideal of chivalry? (1 point)“And begged him, for her sake, to say not a word and to keep it hidden from her lord. And he said he would.” “If I were clad in armor, high on my horse, you haven’t a man who could match me . . .” “Sober and thoughtful he stood there and stroked his beard and with patience like a priest’s, he pulled down his collar . . .” “Then with a rough jerk he turned the reins and haled away through the hall-door, his head in his hand…”

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    I will give medals for anyone answering correctly

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    12 is they can go blackberry for all i care

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    13 He is mocking their belief that Death is a literal person.

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    thats all i have for my test we have different questions...

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    my mom just logged on and she printed the test that popped up, and the questions are different than these. I sent you a message

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    i know i messaged back.

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    Does anyone have the answer to these question? i need help on them

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