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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. Where does the spirit touch Scrooge?
(a) His mouth.
(b) His hand.
(c) His face.
(d) His heart.
2. How does Scrooge respond to seeing the countryside?
(a) He begins to cry.
(b) He is confused.
(c) He is enraged.
(d) He begins to laugh.
3. What are the men who are collecting money on Christmas Eve, using the money for?
4. How does Belle's husband describe Scrooge?
(a) As "unrecognizable to love."
(b) As "quite alone in the world."
(c) As "terribly successful."
(d) As "a man to be feared."
5. What must Scrooge do in order to be taken back to his home?
(a) Dim the light of the spirit.
(b) Quiet the music of the spirit.
(c) Drain the blood of the spirit.
(d) Cut the hair of the spirit.
Short Answer Questions
1. What word best describes the weather on the day Scrooge is introduced?
2. When Fan comes running into the room for Scrooge, what does she tell him?
3. During what holiday season was Scrooge left alone as a young boy?
4. How does Scrooge feel about the way that people see him?
5. What does the first guest say that he is?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened to Scrooge immediately after Marley left?
2. What does Belle notice that has changed about Scrooge, and how does she react?
3. What unusual thing does Scrooge see on the front door to his home?
4. Who is Fred, and what happens when he comes to visit Scrooge?
5. What is the appearance of Jacob Marley when he visits Scrooge in his bedroom?
6. What is the conversation that transpires between Bob Cratchit and Scrooge about time off from work?
7. How is London described in the opening of the novel?
8. What does Scrooge think when he awakens at midnight?
9. When Scrooge realizes that it is midnight and not noon, why does he vow to stay awake?
10. What does Marley beckon Scrooge to see outside his bedroom window and how does Scrooge react?
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