A Strange Battle Questions & Answers

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A Strange Battle Questions & Answers

Word Galaxy

  • Gentleman – A polite or honorable man / a man of good social position
  • Gallant – An act of being brave or being a heroic person with bold and noble deeds
  • Deeds – An act of doing something knowingly or with some purpose
  • Knight – A man of noble rank with a duty to fight for his king
  • Wandered – Moved from one place to another in search of food, shelter or any other thing
  • Silly – An act of showing a lack of common sense
  • Noble – A person having or possessing personal qualities like courage and honesty
  • Fellow – Word used to describe a man or a boy
  • Firm – Fixed or definite
  • Squire – A young man who acts as an attendant of a knight
  • Battle – A competition or fight between people or group of people trying to win power or control over another
  • Furious – Very angry
  • Power – The ability to control people or things or to do something
  • Heathen – A person who does not belong to any religion
  • Prince – A son of a king or queen
  • March – To walk in a determined way and with regular steps like a soldier

Question 1: Who was Don Quixote?

Answer: Don Quixote was a Spanish gentleman.

Question 2: What did he usually do?

Answer: He used to read story books which were about the knights and their gallant deeds.

Question 3: What did he decide?

Answer: He decided to be a knight himself.

Question 4: Who was Don Quixote squire and what did they do and why?

Answer: Don Quixote’s squire was Sancho Panza . They wandered over the country hoping to perform noble deeds.

Question 5: What did Don Quixote tell Sancho Panza when he saw a great cloud of dust?

Answer: Don Quixote told Sancho Panza that the great clouds were raised by a great army of many nations who were on this way.

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Question 6: Why did Don Quixote feel highly pleased?

Answer: Don Quixote felt highly pleased when he saw another dust of clouds which he thought to be raised by two armies who came to fight in the middle of the plain.

Question 7: How were the clouds of dust actually raised?

Answer: The clouds of dust were raised by two flock of sheep which were going along the same road but from different parts.

Question 8: Why according to Don Quixote were the two armies marching against each other?

Answer: Don Quixote thought the two flock of sheep to be armies who were ready to fight with each other. This shows that he only thought of battle and gallant deeds and nothing else.

Question 9: What name did Don Quixote give to the two army’s commandant?

Answer: Don Quixote gave the name of the army who were with them as king Alifanfaron and the army behind them as king Pentapolin. ‘In so doing you will do your duty, Sancho.’

Question 10: What did Don Quixote mean by his remark?

Answer: Don Quixote meant by this remark that Sancho Panza should help the right person i.e., Pentapolin fro Alifanfaron because Alifanfaron was a furious heathen.

Question 11: Read and answer the questions:
‘There must then be two armies, master’.

(a) Who is the speaker of the statement?

Answer: Sancho Panza is the speaker of the statement.

(b) To whom did he refer to as ‘master’?

Answer: He referred Don Quixote as master.

(c) In the given statement ‘two armies’ refer to whom?

Answer: Two armies were referred to two flock of sheep in the given statement.

(d) What did Don Quixote always think of?

Answer: Don Quixote always thought of battles and gallant deeds.

(e) Where did Don Quixote and Sancho Panza go for riding?

Answer: Don Quixote and Sancho Panza went on a ride along a country road.

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Question 12: Read and answer the questions:
‘He wandered over the country’.

(a) Who wandered over the country?

Answer: Don Quixote wandered over the country.

(b) Who was Don Quixote?

Answer: Don Quixote was a Spanish gentleman.

(c) What kind of stories did he use to read?

Answer: He used to read stories about the knights and their gallant deeds.

(d) Who was his squire?

Answer: Sancho Panza was his squire.

(e) Where did they wander and why?

Answer: They wandered over the country hoping to perform noble deeds.

Question 13: Read and answer the questions:
‘I will help him with all my power.’

(a) Who is the speaker?

Answer: Sancho Panza is the speaker.

(b) Whom did he want to help and why?

Answer: He wanted to help Pentapolin because he was right.

(c) Why Sancho Panza think that Pentapolin was right?

Answer: Sancho Panza thought Pentapolin to be right because Pentapolin would not allow Alifanfaron to marry his daughter unless he became a Christian.

(d) Does the character Alifanfarom and Pentapolin exist?

Answer: No, the two characters does not exist. It was the fantasy of Don Quixote who thought the flock of sheep to be armies.

(e) Did Sancho Panza obey his master’s advice of helping Pentapolin?

Answer: Yes, Sancho Panza obeyed his master’s advice.

Question 14: Read and answer the questions:
‘Sir, said the squire, ‘what must we do.’

(a) Who is the speaker?

Answer: Sancho Panza is the speaker.

(b) Who is referred to as ‘sir’ in the given statement?

Answer: Don Quixote is referred to as ‘sir’ in the given statement.

(c) What did Don Quixote think the flock of sheep to be?

Answer: Don Quixote thought the flock of sheep to be two armies.

(d) Did Sancho Panza believe what Don Quixote say to him?

Answer: Yes, Sancho Panza believed what Don Quixote said to him.

(e) What order did Don Quixote give to Sancho Panza?

Answer: Don Quixote ordered Sancho Panza to help the weaker side of armies.

Question 15: Read and answer the questions:
‘Her father will not allow the marriage.’

(a) Who is refer to as ‘father’?

Answer: Pentapolin is referred to as father.

(b) He was a father of whom?

Answer: He was a father of a lovely daughter.

(c) Who wanted to marry Pentapolin’s daughter?

Answer: Alifanfaron wanted to marry Pentapolin’s daughter.

(d) Who was Alifanfaron?

Answer: Alifanfaron was a furious heathen.

(e) Why Pentapolin did not allow Alifanfaron to marry his daughter?

Answer: Pentapolin did not allow Alifanfaron to marry his daughter because Alifanfaron was not a Christian.

So, these were A Strange Battle Questions & Answers.