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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 the Spirit use to point?
(a) His finger.
(b) A measuring stick.
(c) A tree branch.
(d) His gaze.
2. Whose home does the second visitor first take Scrooge to?
(a) Old Fezziwig's.
(b) Jacob Marley's.
(c) His nephew Fred's.
(d) Bob Cratchit's.
3. When the Spirit takes Scrooge to see the Cratchits, which character has died?
(a) Martha Cratchit.
(b) Tiny Tim Cratchit.
(c) Bob Cratchit.
(d) Peter Cratchit.
4. Which of the following best describes the laundress that Scrooge sees in town?
5. Where is Scrooge when he realizes that in the future he will be dead?
(a) In the cemetary.
(b) Lying in bed.
(c) In his office.
(d) At the courts.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Scrooge notice is changing about the Spirit as they make their way through the Christmas celebrations?
2. In what type of establishment does Scrooge see the laundress?
3. Which of the following does NOT describe the third Spirit?
4. What does Scrooge promise to honor, from the bottom of his heart?
5. Who does Scrooge decide that he would like to catch a glimpse of now that he has recognized that he is seeing the future?
Short Essay Questions
1. What clings to the robe of the second spirit?
2. How does Scrooge react to the music and the games of Fred's Christmas party?
3. What question did Scrooge have for the third Spirit when they were standing in the cemetery?
4. What response did the community give to the Cratchit family following the death of Tiny Tim?
5. What is Fred's opinion of his uncle Scrooge?
6. What does Scrooge see approaching him as the second Spirit leaves him and how does he react?
7. What does the Spirit inform Scrooge is the fate of Tiny Tim?
8. How do the party-goers respond to Fred's opinion of his uncle?
9. What does Scrooge witness at the pawnshop?
10. What is significant about the appearance of the second spirit?
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