Lilies On The Field

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Lilies On The Field Quizzes & Trivia

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Why did Homer stop at the nuns' place?Because he needed ______________.

    Explanation
    Homer stopped at the nuns' place because he needed water.

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  • 2. 

    Why do you think Homer decided to change his plans and stay at the nuns' place?Because he wanted to

    • A.

      Take a break

    • B.

      Make some money

    Correct Answer
    B. Make some money
    Explanation
    Homer decided to change his plans and stay at the nuns' place because he wanted to make some money. This suggests that he saw an opportunity to earn some income by staying with the nuns, possibly through doing some work or providing a service. This decision could have been driven by financial need or a desire to increase his earnings.

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  • 3. 

    Tell me another meaning of “hire”

    • A.

      Give work to someone

    • B.

      Take someone for a ride

    • C.

      Take a break

    Correct Answer
    A. Give work to someone
    Explanation
    The word "hire" can also mean "give work to someone". This implies that someone is being employed or contracted to perform a specific job or task for a certain period of time in exchange for payment. It does not refer to taking someone for a ride or taking a break, as these phrases have different meanings and contexts.

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  • 4. 

    Where does Homer sleep at night?

    • A.

      In a hotel

    • B.

      In his car

    • C.

      On a cot next to his car

    Correct Answer
    C. On a cot next to his car
    Explanation
    Homer sleeps on a cot next to his car. This implies that he does not have a permanent place to sleep, such as a hotel or a proper bed. Sleeping on a cot next to his car suggests that Homer may be homeless or lacking a stable living situation.

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  • 5. 

    What does “take off” mean?

    Correct Answer
    leave
    go away
    Explanation
    "Take off" means to leave or go away. It is often used to describe someone leaving a place or situation.

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  • 6. 

    What work does Homer do for the nuns?

    • A.

      He repairs the roof.

    • B.

      He cleans their windows.

    Correct Answer
    A. He repairs the roof.
    Explanation
    Homer's work for the nuns involves repairing the roof. This suggests that he has the skills and expertise to fix any damages or issues with the roof. It implies that the nuns trust him to ensure the safety and integrity of their building by maintaining and repairing the roof as needed.

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  • 7. 

    Why is Homer's English lesson more fun than the phonograph?

    • A.

      Because no records are needed

    • B.

      Because he is handsome

    • C.

      Because he acts it out

    Correct Answer
    C. Because he acts it out
    Explanation
    Homer's English lesson is more fun than the phonograph because he acts it out. This means that he actively engages with the lesson by performing or demonstrating it, making it more interesting and interactive for the learners. Unlike the phonograph, which only plays recorded audio, Homer's approach adds a visual and physical element to the lesson, making it more enjoyable and memorable for the students.

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