Percy Jackson And Greek Gods

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  • 1. 

    Which god does Percy meet first this is in the book and movie?

    • A.

      Ares

    • B.

      Zuse

    • C.

      Athena

    • D.

      Poseidon

    • E.

      Hades

    Correct Answer
    D. Poseidon
    Explanation
    In the book and movie, Percy Jackson meets Poseidon first. This is evident from the fact that Percy is revealed to be the son of Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, and this discovery sets off the entire adventure. Poseidon plays a significant role in Percy's journey and is portrayed as his father and a powerful deity throughout the story.

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  • 2. 

    How does Percy feel when he meets annabeth?

    • A.

      Sick

    • B.

      Confused

    • C.

      Worried

    • D.

      Amazed

    • E.

      Awed

    Correct Answer
    E. Awed
    Explanation
    When Percy meets Annabeth, he feels awed. This suggests that he is deeply impressed and amazed by her presence or some aspect of her personality or appearance. The word "awed" indicates a sense of wonder and admiration, highlighting Percy's positive and intense reaction to meeting Annabeth.

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  • 3. 

    When does percy find out who his dad is in the book

    • A.

      As soon as he get to camp half blood

    • B.

      At Yance

    • C.

      In the museum

    • D.

      During capture the flag

    • E.

      When the hell-hound attacks him

    Correct Answer
    E. When the hell-hound attacks him
    Explanation
    In the book, Percy finds out who his dad is when the hell-hound attacks him. This event triggers a series of events that lead to the revelation of his true identity.

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  • 4. 

    Who tries to kill Percy in the first book by giving him a pair of shoes

    • A.

      Kronos

    • B.

      Hades

    • C.

      Luke

    • D.

      Nico

    • E.

      Joe

    Correct Answer
    C. Luke
    Explanation
    In the first book, "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief," Luke is the one who tries to kill Percy by giving him a pair of shoes. Luke is a demigod and a son of Hermes, who becomes a traitor and works for the Titan Kronos. He gives Percy a pair of cursed shoes that are meant to lead him to his death. This act is part of Luke's plan to bring down the gods and aid Kronos in his quest for power.

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  • 5. 

    What does percy wish for after luke kills himself

    • A.

      To be an immortal demi god

    • B.

      Nothing

    • C.

      For all gods and goddess and demi gods and goddess to have cabins at camp half blood

    • D.

      For all gods and goddess and demi gods and goddess to have cabins at camp half bloodand for all gods and goddess to recognize there kids

    Correct Answer
    D. For all gods and goddess and demi gods and goddess to have cabins at camp half bloodand for all gods and goddess to recognize there kids
    Explanation
    After Luke kills himself, Percy wishes for all gods and goddesses, demi-gods and goddesses to have cabins at Camp Half-Blood, and for all gods and goddesses to recognize their children.

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