Characters
Setting
Plot
Mixed
Proverbs and Adages
100
Who is the character who wishes to harm Hercules?
The jealous goddess Hera.
100
Where do all of the gods and goddesses live?
Mount Olympus.
100
What is the MOST important lesson the reader can learn from the myth of Hercules? A. People with great strength are likely to be boastful and untrustworthy. B. Love and confidence will solve most problems you encounter in life. C. Courage and ambition are the qualities you most need to succeed in life. D. Perseverance and resourcefulness can accomplish seemingly impossible tasks.
D. Perseverance and resourcefulness can accomplish seemingly impossible tasks.
100
What is the preposition in the following sentence? The ball rolled quickly under the table.
under
100
What does "Look before you leap" mean?
Think ahead of acting, or before doing something.
200
Who is the king Zeus sends Hercules to protect?
King Eurysthemus.
200
Where did the dragon live?
The Garden of Hesperides.
200
How many tasks does King Eurystheus ask Hercules to perform?
Three.
200
What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence? The children played together at the park.
What is at the park.
200
What does "Don't bite off more than you can chew" mean?
Don't take on too much to handle.
300
Which character does Hercules trick to capture the golden apples for him?
Atlas
300
Where did Hercules get to live at the end of the story?
Mount Olympus.
300
Why is Hera jealous of Hercules?
She wants all of Zeus' attention.
300
What does the allusion "like killing the Nemean lion" mean in the sentence below? Finishing all my chores in time was like killing the Nemean lion.
It seemed like an impossible task.
300
What does "A penny saved is a penny earned" mean?
Saving is keeping for yourself instead of spending it.
400
Which monster had eight heads, one of which was immortal?
The Hydra.
400
Where does Hercules go to perform the tasks?
What is King Erytheses' Kingdom.
400
Which quality is MOST important in helping Hercules obtain the golden apples in the Garden of Hesperides? A. cleverness B. courage C. kindness D. strength
A. cleverness
400
Hercules had to _________ a plan to get the golden apples from the Garden of Hesperedes.
What is devise.
400
What does "an apple a day keeps the doctor away" mean?
The healthier foods you eat, the healthier you will stay.
500
What is Atlas' punishment from the gods?
He must hold the weight of the world for the rest of eternity.
500
What is story structure?
What are the characters, setting, problem, and resolution (plot) of a story.
500
How does Hercules change by the end of the myth?
He promises to use his strength only to help others.
500
What is the correct vocabulary word that describes the sentence below? Hercules was clever and able t solve difficult problems.
What is resourceful.
500
What is a proverb?
What is a figurative saying that offers wisdom or advise.
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