Different texts may use different words to describe parts of the nervous system. That is one reason we have to see your work - to know what words mean what.
Also, you have a tendency to ask for answers rather than help with your answers. Which choices have you eliminated as being way off the mark? If you can eliminate two of four, it is much easier to consider the pros and cons of the remaining choices.
Central Nervous System (CNS) consists of the brain and the spinal cord.
"Soma" means the whole body. The "somatic nervous system" is concerned with control of voluntary muscles AND sensing the environment.
"Autonomic nervous system" is the involuntary (or visceral) division -- what keeps going even when you are not conscious.
"Sympathetic nervous system" deals with smooth muscle (e.g., the heart) and glands - it is involved with preparation for "fight or flight."
"Parasympathetic" pertains to the craniosacrol portion of the autonomic nervous system -- I hope your text has a more simple definition than that!
If you need more help, SHOW US WHAT YOU HAVE DONE. What definitions have you found? What choices eliminated for each question? What are your best guesses?