Call Of The Wild Chapter 3

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  • 1. 

    Buck found his new life

    • A.

      Easy

    • B.

      Difficult

    • C.

      Fun

    • D.

      Exiting.

    Correct Answer
    B. Difficult
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "difficult" because the phrase "found his new life" suggests that Buck had to adjust to a new situation or environment. The word "difficult" implies that this adjustment was not easy for him.

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  • 2. 

    Spitz took Buck's sleeping place because

    • A.

      He wanted to make Buck angry enough to fight.

    • B.

      He liked Buck

    • C.

      Buck left his supper there

    • D.

      Perrault told him to.

    Correct Answer
    A. He wanted to make Buck angry enough to fight.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "he wanted to make Buck angry enough to fight." This is because the statement suggests that Spitz deliberately took Buck's sleeping place in order to provoke him and instigate a fight.

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  • 3. 

    At first Buck tried not to fight because

    • A.

      He was afraid of Spitz

    • B.

      He thought Spitz would win.

    • C.

      He did not see any reason to fight.

    • D.

      He did not want to set a bad example.

    Correct Answer
    C. He did not see any reason to fight.
    Explanation
    Buck initially chose not to fight because he did not see any reason to do so. This suggests that he did not feel threatened or provoked by Spitz, nor did he have any personal motive or desire to engage in a fight. Buck's decision may have been influenced by his calm and non-aggressive nature, as well as his lack of interest in asserting dominance over other dogs.

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  • 4. 

    Buck and Spitz stopped fighting when

    • A.

      Dave fell in the river.

    • B.

      Francois brought them supper.

    • C.

      Wild dogs came into camp.

    • D.

      Perrault came between them

    Correct Answer
    C. Wild dogs came into camp.
    Explanation
    Buck and Spitz stopped fighting when wild dogs came into camp. This suggests that the presence of the wild dogs caused both Buck and Spitz to shift their attention away from each other and focus on the new threat. The arrival of the wild dogs likely disrupted the fight and forced Buck and Spitz to put aside their conflict in order to deal with the potential danger.

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  • 5. 

    Francois showed how much he care for Buck when

    • A.

      He kept the wild dogs away.

    • B.

      He made shoes for his feet.

    • C.

      He brought Buck back home.

    • D.

      Letting him fight Spitz

    Correct Answer
    C. He brought Buck back home.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "he brought Buck back home." This answer is supported by the fact that Francois showed his care for Buck by taking him back to his original home. This action demonstrates a sense of responsibility and concern for Buck's well-being, as Francois understood that Buck would be happier and safer in his familiar surroundings.

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  • 6. 

    The first dog was 

    • A.

      Buck

    • B.

      Billie

    • C.

      Spitz

    • D.

      Dave.

    Correct Answer
    B. Billie
  • 7. 

    The first dog was the dog who

    • A.

      Was the oldest and meanest.

    • B.

      Knew all the roads

    • C.

      Had the most experience

    • D.

      Was the best fed and most well liked.

    Correct Answer
    C. Had the most experience
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had the most experience" because it is stated in the given information that the first dog was the oldest and meanest, knew all the roads, and was the best fed and most well-liked. These characteristics suggest that the first dog has been through various situations and has gained a lot of knowledge and skills, hence having the most experience among the dogs mentioned.

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  • 8. 

    In order to get even with Spitz, Buck

    • A.

      Played tricks on him.

    • B.

      Bit him from behind.

    • C.

      Took his sleeping place.

    • D.

      Let Billie hurt Spiz

    Correct Answer
    A. Played tricks on him.
    Explanation
    Buck sought revenge against Spitz by playing tricks on him. This implies that Buck devised cunning and mischievous actions to bother or outsmart Spitz as a way of getting back at him. The phrase "played tricks on him" suggests that Buck used his intelligence and cunning nature to undermine Spitz and potentially gain an advantage over him.

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  • 9. 

    Another name for this story could be

    • A.

      Buck fights back.

    • B.

      A Hard Life

    • C.

      Spitz turns Away.

    • D.

      A Cry for Anger

    Correct Answer
    A. Buck fights back.
    Explanation
    The given correct answer, "Buck fights back," suggests that the story revolves around a character named Buck who takes a stand against adversity or oppression. This title implies that Buck, perhaps a protagonist, undergoes a transformation from being passive or submissive to actively resisting or retaliating against his circumstances. It hints at a central conflict or turning point in the narrative where Buck asserts his strength and determination.

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  • 10. 

    This stoty is mainly about

    • A.

      How dogs work together.

    • B.

      How Buck stands up to Spitz.

    • C.

      How hard the first dog works.

    • D.

      How Buck makes friends with Spitz.how men live in tents with dogs.

    Correct Answer
    B. How Buck stands up to Spitz.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "how Buck stands up to Spitz." This suggests that the main focus of the story is on Buck's confrontation with Spitz, highlighting Buck's courage and determination to assert himself against a dominant and aggressive dog. The story may explore Buck's journey of self-discovery and his transformation from a submissive dog to a strong and assertive leader. It may also delve into themes of power dynamics and survival in a harsh environment.

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