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3. If Robin Hood and his men beat the King’s men in the tournament, what do you think might happen? 30 STUDY QUESTIONS FOR CHAPTER 12 1. Describe the appearance of the King. 2. What rewards are being offered to the winners of the tournament? 3. Which of the King’s archers are the best? 4. What wager do the King and Queen make about the outcome of the tournament? Whose side does the Bishop take? 5. What does the Queen give each of the men who will shoot for her? Why? 6. What is the King’s reaction when he finds out who the Queen’s archers really are?
Impudent 3. ruddy 4. esteem 5. tarry 6. agile 7. wary 8. don 9. torrent 10. indispensable Part IV - Answers will vary. LIST II PART I 1. vicinity 2. invincible 3. gallant 4. accost 5. attire 6. uncouth 7. court 8. steadfast 9. whim 10. impetuous 11. covet 12. sinister 13. fray 14. antagonist PART II 1. steadfast 2. impetuous 3. antagonist 4. vicinity 5. fray 6. attire 7. sinister 8. whim 9. gallant PART III 1. antagonist 2. uncouth 3. invincible 4. impetuous 5. steadfast . PART IV - Answers will vary.
Antagonist PART II 1. steadfast 2. impetuous 3. antagonist 4. vicinity 5. fray 6. attire 7. sinister 8. whim 9. gallant PART III 1. antagonist 2. uncouth 3. invincible 4. impetuous 5. steadfast . PART IV - Answers will vary. 60 LIST 3 Part I 1. comely 2. tyranny 3. forsake 4. portly 5. begrudge 6. contend 7. dejected 8. quest 9. faltered 10. sentinel 11. clergy 12. menace 13. vigorous 14. chastising 15. curt Part II 1. begrudge 2. contend 3. portly 4. chastise 5. dejected 6. falter 7. vigorous 8.