LITERATURA INGLESA I - AULA 03
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LITERATURA INGLESA I - AULA 03

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LITERATURA INGLESA I
AULA 03 \u2013 GEOFFREY CHAUCER AND \u201cTHE CANTERBURY TALES\u201d

 1a Questão

In Beowulf, Grendel¿s arm hanging in the banquet hall of the Danes might be described as ____ for the evil
he had done.

greed

 reparation

order

fear

sadness

 2a Questão

Beowulf was written in

 old English

modern French

middle English

old French

modern English

 3a Questão

How were Mordred and King Arthur related?

Cousins

 Father and son

Grandfather and grandson

Uncle and nephew

They were not related

 4a Questão

\u25ba Geoffrey Chaucer is often referred to as (choose the right option):

 "the father of English literature."

"Latin mother."

"the father of Latin literature"

"a danger" in Latin.

"the father of the French language."

 5a Questão

Arthur was the son of .........

Arthur Pendragon

Merlin

Sir Ector

King Ban

 Uther Pendragon

 6a Questão

The Canterbury Tales was written in

modern English

old English

 Middle English

old French

modern French

 7a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

 Tabard

Wessel Hall

Canterbury

Princeton

 8a Questão

The Monk, Prioress, and Friar were all members of the

Parliament

English court

the French society

 clerical estate

army

 1a Questão

What was one of the contributions of ´The Canterbury Tales´ to English literature?

To mix fantasy with reality, vampires and fairies.

To tell a story based on Italian folk tales.

 To create a new way of building characters.

To be able to create a chivalry romance with heroes who loved married women.

To set the basis for the Gothic novel.

 2a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Princeton.

London.

 Tavern.

Canterbury.

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is Wessel Hall

 3a Questão

How does Beowulf die

Old age

He is poisoned

He is stabbed by Hrothgar

From a rare desease

 He is defeated by the dragon

 4a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Wessel

London.

Canterbury.

Princeton.

 Tabard.

 5a Questão

At the Tabard Inn, a tavern in Southwark, near London, the narrator joins a company of

ten warriors

 twenty-nine pilgrims

eight women from Barth

three knights

six religious leaders

 6a Questão

In relation to the Celtic legends, Beowulf exemplifies the traits of the perfect

 hero

God

Lord

King

ordinary person

 7a Questão

The Monk, Prioress, and Friar were all members of the

Parliament

English court

the French society

army

 clerical estate

 8a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Wessel Hall

Princeton

 Tabard

Canterbury

 1a Questão

In Beowulf, Grendel¿s arm hanging in the banquet hall of the Danes might be described as ____ for the evil
he had done.

fear

 reparation

order

sadness

greed

 2a Questão

Beowulf was written in

middle English

modern English

 old English

old French

modern French

 3a Questão

How were Mordred and King Arthur related?

Cousins

Grandfather and grandson

They were not related

Uncle and nephew

 Father and son

 4a Questão

\u25ba Geoffrey Chaucer is often referred to as (choose the right option):

"the father of the French language."

"Latin mother."

 "the father of English literature."

"a danger" in Latin.

"the father of Latin literature"

 5a Questão

Arthur was the son of .........

Arthur Pendragon

King Ban

 Uther Pendragon

Merlin

Sir Ector

 6a Questão

The Canterbury Tales was written in

modern French

old English

modern English

old French

 Middle English

 7a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Canterbury

Wessel Hall

 Tabard

Princeton

 8a Questão

The Monk, Prioress, and Friar were all members of the

Parliament

the French society

English court

army

 clerical estate

 1a Questão

What was one of the contributions of ´The Canterbury Tales´ to English literature?

To mix fantasy with reality, vampires and fairies.

To set the basis for the Gothic novel.

To tell a story based on Italian folk tales.

 To create a new way of building characters.

To be able to create a chivalry romance with heroes who loved married women.

 2a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is Wessel Hall

Canterbury.

 Tavern.

Princeton.

London.

 3a Questão

How does Beowulf die

He is poisoned

From a rare desease

 He is defeated by the dragon

He is stabbed by Hrothgar

Old age

 4a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Wessel

Princeton.

Canterbury.

 Tabard.

London.

 5a Questão

At the Tabard Inn, a tavern in Southwark, near London, the narrator joins a company of

ten warriors

 twenty-nine pilgrims

six religious leaders

three knights

eight women from Barth

 6a Questão

In relation to the Celtic legends, Beowulf exemplifies the traits of the perfect

Lord

King

God

 hero

ordinary person

 7a Questão

The Monk, Prioress, and Friar were all members of the

the French society

army

Parliament

 clerical estate

English court

 8a Questão

In the Canterbury Tales the fictional inn where the pilgrims meet is

Canterbury

Wessel Hall

 Tabard

Princeton

 1a Questão

In Beowulf, Grendel¿s arm hanging in the banquet hall of the Danes might be described as ____ for the evil
he had done.

 reparation

greed

order

fear

sadness

 2a Questão

Beowulf was written in

middle English

modern French

modern English

 old English

old French

 3a Questão

How were Mordred and King Arthur related?

 Father and son

Grandfather and grandson

Cousins

They were not related

Uncle and nephew

 4a Questão

\u25ba Geoffrey Chaucer is often referred to as (choose the right option):

"the father of the French language."