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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Scrooge ask the first spirit to do for him?
(a) To never return.
(b) To leave him with the memories.
(c) To send a message to Belle.
(d) To take him back home.
2. When Fan comes running into the room for Scrooge, what does she tell him?
(a) That she is dying.
(b) That she is going on a very long trip, but will return for him.
(c) That she has come to take him home.
(d) That she never wants to see him again.
3. What is Scrooge's relationship to Jacob Marley?
(a) They were enemies.
(b) They were business partners.
(c) They were brothers.
(d) They were best friends.
4. Through what does the first visitor travel with Scrooge?
(a) His nightmares.
(b) His hopes.
(c) His dreams.
(d) His memories.
5. What does Belle claim has corrupted Scrooge?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is flowing from the head of the first guest that he covers by wearing a cap?
2. What does Marley say about his own spirit?
3. What does Scrooge tell his employee to do in exchange for his time off for the holiday?
4. How long does it take Scrooge to fall asleep after the spirit has left him?
5. What does Scrooge claim is causing his images of Jacob Marley?
Short Essay Questions
1. What unusual thing does Scrooge see on the front door to his home?
2. What does Scrooge think when he awakens at midnight?
3. What happened to Scrooge immediately after Marley left?
4. Who is Fred, and what happens when he comes to visit Scrooge?
5. What does Scrooge see in the first scene from his childhood?
6. How does Scrooge react to the scenes from his childhood in the countryside?
7. What other unusual sights and sounds plague Scrooge as he enters his home?
8. What does the Ghost of Christmas Past look like?
9. How is London described in the opening of the novel?
10. What does Marley beckon Scrooge to see outside his bedroom window and how does Scrooge react?
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