The Three Musketeers and the Fourth Questions & Answers

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The Three Musketeers and the Fourth Questions & Answers

Question 1: Who are musketeers? What do they do?

Answer: Musketeers are soldiers who used muskets, a kind of long gun. They are responsible for protecting the French royal family and only the best among the brave are given the honourable title.

Question 2: Who were the three musketeers? How did D’Artagnan convince them to let him join the group?

Answer: Athos, Aramis and Porthos were the three musketeers. When the musketeers were attacked by the soldiers, he came forward to help them saying that he has the spirit of a musketeer although he did not have the uniform.

Question 3: Who did D’Artagnan fight with first? What was the result of the fight?

Answer: He fought with Jusaac first. He attacked Jusaac from all the sides. Jusaac lost his patience soon and tried to attack D’Artagnan by jumping on him. But he moved aside quickly and severely injured Jusaac.

The Three Musketeers and the Fourth Questions & Answers

Question 4: Read the lines and answer the questions:

Fighting again? What about the edict gentleman?

(a) Who were fighting?

Answer: D’Artagnon and Athos were fighting.

(b) Who was the speaker?

Answer: One of the guards commanded by Jusaac was the speaker.

(c) What is an edict?

Answer: An edict is an official order or statement of permission.

Question 5: Describe the fight between the musketeers and the guardsmen.

Answer: Aramis killed one opponent and was being attacked by another one. Porthos and Bicarat, one of the guards, were wounded but were still fighting. Athos, wounded by Cahusac, was looking pale and weak. He soon recovered and turned to fight Cahusac. Aramis forced his opponent to surrender. Porthos was still fighting with Bicarat. Athos and Aramis joined him along with D’Artagnan. Jusaac ordered Bicarat to surrender and he did as ordered.

Question 6: Read the lines and answer the questions:

I may not have the uniform, but I have the spirit.

(a) Who is the ‘I’ here?

Answer: ‘I’ here is D’Artagnan.

(b) What spirit does he claim to have?

Answer: He claimed to have the spirit of a musketeer.

(c) Whom did he say these words to?

Answer: He said these words to the three musketeers.

The Three Musketeers and the Fourth Questions & Answers

Question 7: What happened after the fight was over?

Answer: The musketeers and D’Artagnan carried the wounded men and left them in the porch of the convent where they had been fighting. Then they left the place and started on their way. The three musketeers and D’Artagnan walked arm in arm, occupying the whole width of the street and taking in every Musketeer they met.

Question 8: Did D’Artagnan’s encounter with the musketeers help him?

Answer: Yes, D’Artagnan’s encounter with the musketeers helped him. He proved to the musketeers that he was brave when he offered to fight with Aramis. He convinced them that he had the spirit of the musketeer and ultimately joined their group. If he hadn’t met the musketeers or argued with them, he would not have joined them.

So, these were The Three Musketeers and the Fourth Questions & Answers.