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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 must Scrooge do in order to be taken back to his home?
(a) Drain the blood of the spirit.
(b) Dim the light of the spirit.
(c) Cut the hair of the spirit.
(d) Quiet the music of the spirit.
2. When Fan comes running into the room for Scrooge, what does she tell him?
(a) That she is going on a very long trip, but will return for him.
(b) That she never wants to see him again.
(c) That she has come to take him home.
(d) That she is dying.
3. How is Scrooge described during his time with the first spirit?
4. What does Marley say about his own spirit?
(a) That it is doomed.
(b) That it is repaired.
(c) That it is broken.
(d) That it is lively.
5. Who was Marley similar to when he was alive?
(a) Bob Cratchett.
(d) Tiny Tim.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Scrooge respond to seeing the countryside?
2. What type of party is Scrooge's old boss hosting for Christmas?
3. What is significant about the countryside that Scrooge and the spirit visit?
4. How much money does Scrooge give to the collection?
5. What holiday is being celebrated when the story opens?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Marley beckon Scrooge to see outside his bedroom window and how does Scrooge react?
2. How is London described in the opening of the novel?
3. Who are the two men that come to Scrooge's door, and what do they ask of him?
4. What unusual thing does Scrooge see on the front door to his home?
5. What does Jacob Marley inform Scrooge will happen over the course of the next few nights?
6. How did Belle's life turn out after her time with Scrooge?
7. When Scrooge realizes that it is midnight and not noon, why does he vow to stay awake?
8. What does Scrooge overhear Belle and her husband discussing, and how does he react?
9. What does Scrooge think when he awakens at midnight?
10. What does the Ghost of Christmas Past look like?
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