Answer & Explanation:1) In the following sentence, which word would best replace the word “shook?”Upon recognizing his enemies, King Arthur shook his sword menacingly.a- Perilb- Brandishedc- Askanced- Flung2) Which quote from Sir Bedivere best exemplifies the ideals of honor and duty to King Arthur, even in death?a- “God speed you well!” said Sir Bedivere.b- “My lord,” said Sir Bedivere, “your command shall be done, and quickly I shall bring you word back.”c- Then Sir Bedivere took the king upon his back and so went with him to the water’s side.d- “For hence I will never go of my own will. But all the days of my life I will be here to pray for my lord, Arthur.3) Loyalty is an ideal that is discussed in Le Morte d’Arthur. Which excerpt from the story indicates King Arthur’s displeasure with a lack of loyalty displayed by Sir Bedivere?a- Who would have thought that thou who hast been to me so lief and dear and thou who art called a noble knight would betray me for the richness of this sword?b- “Jesus, mercy!” said the king. “Where are all my noble knights?”c- “Comfort thyself,” said the king, “and do as well as thou may, for in me is no more trust to trust in.”d- “Alas! This unhappy day!”4) Legendary figures are often ascribed certain qualities that suggest immortality. Which excerpt connects King Arthur to the idea of immortality?a- There they entreated Sir Mordred a long time , and at last it was agreed for Sir Mordred to have Cornwall and Kent during King Arthur’s days and all of England after the king’s days.b- “Thus God hath given me leave to warn you away from your death: for if ye fight tomorn with Sir Mordred…”c- “Leave this mourning and weeping,” said the king, “for this will not avail me.”d- And men say that he shall come again and shall win the Holy Cross.5) Which excerpt from the story best identifies King Arthur as a legendary fighter?a- “Now give me my spear,” said King Arthur to Sir Lucan, “for yonder I have spied the traitor who hath wrought all this woe.”b- … at once the king called upon his knights, squires, and yeomen and charged them quickly to fetch his noble lords and wise bishops unto him.c- Then King Arthur smote Sir Mordred under the shield with a thrust of his spear on through the body more than a fathom.d- Then King Arthur was madly wroth out of measure, when he saw that so many of his people were slain.

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