Chess is no joke: it has more possible sequences of moves than the number of atoms in the observable universe, but working through chess puzzles is a great way to gain insightful strategies.
It's White's move. How many moves with the bishop can White make from this position?
If it's White's move, how many different moves does White have available with a pawn on this particular board?
It is Black's turn to move. Is this situation stalemate?
(NOTE: Stalemate is when a player cannot make any legal move at all. Then the game is a tie.)
(In short: Black to move, mate in one. "Mate" is always short for checkmate, not stalemate.)
It is Black's turn. How many different moves are possible with the knight?