It's totally wrong because you miss basic actionscript skills I am afraid.
I think you need to read an actionscript for beginners book before going deeper and try what you try now.
I am including here the code you need with a bit of explanation:
answerOne1.buttonMode = true;
asnwerOne1.name = "one"; // you name each movie clip with a unique instance name so it will be easy to use a single function for all of your buttons
answerOne2.buttonMode = true;
asnwerOne2.name = "two";
answerOne3.buttonMode = true;
asnwerOne3.name = "three";
if (flag) return; // some button got pressed before so no action is allowed
flag = true; // first time here so we raise the flag to disallow further actions
if (e.currentTarget.name == "two") e.currentTarget.gotoAndStop(2); // the correct button is that with name 'two' so we move to the green color frame. if you are curious about the e.currentTarget, try to debug your movie. You will find that the event holds the object that got clicked
else e.currentTarget.gotoAndStop(3); // all other buttons are wrong so we move to the red frame
Last edited by djpaul1963; 09-09-2012 at 08:26 PM..