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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the second mysterious sound that Scrooge hears?
(a) Chains dragging.
(b) Floorboards squeaking.
(c) Footsteps pacing.
(d) Doors creaking.
2. How long does it take Scrooge to fall asleep after the spirit has left him?
(a) One week.
(b) One hour.
(c) One day.
(d) He falls asleep immediately.
3. What word best describes the weather on the day Scrooge is introduced?
4. What literary character does Scrooge imagine that he is friends with as a young boy?
(a) The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
(b) Huckleberry Finn.
(d) Robinson Crusoe.
5. How does Scrooge feel about the way that people see him?
(a) He is concerned.
(b) He is apathetic.
(c) He hates it.
(d) He likes it.
6. Who is Belle?
(a) Scrooge's sister.
(b) Scrooge's girlfriend.
(c) Scrooge's daugher.
(d) Scrooge's mother.
7. What is flowing from the head of the first guest that he covers by wearing a cap?
8. Through what does the first visitor travel with Scrooge?
(a) His memories.
(b) His hopes.
(c) His nightmares.
(d) His dreams.
9. Who does Fan tell Scrooge is "much kinder now"?
(a) His teacher.
(b) His father.
(c) His boss.
(d) His mother.
10. How is Scrooge described during his time with the first spirit?
11. During what holiday season was Scrooge left alone as a young boy?
12. What type of visitors does Marley tell Scrooge to expect?
13. What does Scrooge claim is causing his images of Jacob Marley?
(d) Food poisoning.
14. What is used to heat Scrooge's warehouse?
15. What must Marley carry around with his spirit?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Scrooge seize from the first spirit?
2. What does Scrooge eat a bowl of in front of the fire before he receives his first visitor?
3. What does Marley say about his own spirit?
4. What type of party is Scrooge's old boss hosting for Christmas?
5. Where does Scrooge see the face of Jacob Marley?
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