Treasure Island Online Exam, Question 1

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List the contents of the captain’s sea chest, arranging them first to last, in order of importance. If you don’t know what some of these

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As you list each item, type a number (like 1, 2, 3, etc.) and explain WHY that item is first, second, third, etc. on your list.

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  1. ??4. Who is the bravest character in the novel, Treasure Island?
    The bravest character in the novel is long john silver.

  2. Q1. 1. Oilcloth 2.Boat cloak. 3. Pistols 4. Cutlass 5. Bar of silver 6. Spanish watch 7. Tin cannikin 8. Tobacco

  3. ?2.If you were aboard the Hispaniola and a mutiny happened, what would you do?
    I will say “why are you going to mutiny this poor man and when they gave me his reason why then I well protest it and help him not be mutiny”.

  4. Q1. 1. Oilcloth 2.Boat cloak. 3. Pistols 4. Cutlass 5. Bar of silver 6. Spanish watch 7. Tin cannikin 8. Tobacco.

  5. ?1.List the contents of the captain’s sea chest, arranging them first to last, in order of importance?
    1. Cloth
    2. A quadrant
    3. A tin cannikin
    4. Several stick of tobacco
    5. Two brace of very handsome pistol
    6. A piece o silver
    7. An old Spanish watch
    8. Trinkets of little value and mostly of foreign make
    9. A pair of compasses mounted with brass
    10. Five or six curious west Indian shells

  6. There was an oil cloth that covered a treasure map which the map belonged to Captain Flint, there was two braced pistol, jingle of gold, an old Spanish watch, bar silver, a guardant, a tin can, a very nice looking suit all neatly purest and folded, west shell, and trick its. That the captain had in he’s chest locked up and put away for safe keeping just in case

  7. The bundle of papers in the oil cloth was the most important. The bar silver was the second most important. The pistols are the third most important. The Spanish watches were fourth most important. The bag of coins was fifth most important. The compasses are sixth most important. The quadrant is seventh most important. The tobacco is eighth most important. The boat-cloak is ninth most important. The West Indian shells are the tenth most important. The tin cannikin is the eleventh most important, and the trinkets are last most important.

  8. Treasure Island Final Exam Question 1.

    1. A quadrant
    2. Tin cannikin
    3. Several sticks of tobacco
    4. Bag of coins
    5. Two brace of very handsome pistols
    6. A piece of bar silver
    7. An old Spanish watch
    8. Some other trinkets of little value and mostly of foreign make a pair of compasses mounted with brass
    9. Five or six curious West Indian shells
    10. Old boat-cloak whitened with sea-salt on many a harbor-bar
    11. A bundle tied up in oilcloth looking like papers
    12. A canvas bag that gave forth at a touch
    13. The jingle of gold.

  9. 1. Oilcloth, because in those times people wouldn’t have much cloth and it could probably take up to a year to finish making one.
    2. Compass, because it would give direction in case someone gets lost.
    3. Tobacco, because people those days really did use tobacco and it was important to some people.
    4. Pistols, because people would use this items to defend themselves from other people.
    5. Bar silver, because people would use it to get better health.
    6. Coins, because it was useful to buy things and/or trade.
    7. Spanish Watch, the Spanish watch wasn’t worth so much but it was really useful for some of the people in Treasure Island.
    8. Boat-cloak, captains would use a Boat-cloak to look more elegant but it really wasn’t worth so much.
    9. West Indian shells, because they weren’t really worth because you could actually find them easily.
    10. Trinket, because it wasn’t really used in those times.
    11. Quadrant, because people would use it but wouldn’t really take it real important.
    12. Tin cannikin, because it was used by people and it wasn’t really an important item

  10. quadrant, tin cannikin, tobacco, pistols, bar silver, Spanish watch, trinkets, compasses, west Indian shells, boat clock, oilcloth, and coins.

  11. 1. a few small coins, a thimble, and some thread and big needles, a piece of pigtail tobacco bitten away at the end, a gully with the crooked handles, a pocket compass, and a tinder box, a strong smell of tobacco, tar rose from the interior, a suit of very good clothes, an quadrant, tin canikin, several sticks of tobacco, two brace of very handsome pistols, a bar of silver, an old Spanish watch.

  12. There was an oil cloth that covered a treasure map which the map belonged to Captain Flint, there was two braced pistol, jingle of gold, an old Spanish watch, bar silver, a guardant, a tin can, a very nice looking suit all neatly purest and folded, west shell, and trick its. That the captain had in he’s chest locked up and put away for safe keeping just in case.

  13. The ideas in the chest were 5.tin cannikin, 2.tobacco, 3.pistils, 4.a Spanish watch, and a 1.oilcloth that had a treasure map raped in the oilcloth. I but the oilcloth as number one because it was the most valuable out of the box because it held the treasure map. The map was in the oilcloth because it would keep all the water and other liquids from getting on the map so there would not be any misunderstanding.

  14. They had tobacco is a kind of leave of plants and people smoke them and there was tin cannikin a cup/mug, pistols that is a gun, a Spanish watch that was a regular watch but tells time on it, a trinkets a small ornament, a compasse that tells either to go north south east or west, a west Indian shell that was a normal shell from shore, a oilcloth that is a cotton fabric and a bag of coin that are money.

  15. Tin can, tobacco, pistols, bar silver, Spanish watch, trinkets, a compass, West Indian shells, boat-cloak, papers wrapped in oilcloth, a bag of coins, a quadrant, a pair of good cloths.

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