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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 do after he sees the name on the tombstone?
2. Who does Scrooge visit and witness singing Christmas songs and reminiscing of Christmas memories?
3. What does Scrooge see in all the Christmases that he visited with the Spirit?
(a) Anger at Scrooge's selfishness.
(b) Happiness and love.
(c) Misery at the state of the world.
(d) The fact that, like Scrooge, many people don't celebrate Christmas.
4. In the streets of London, who does the Spirit sprinkle a mysterious water on?
(a) Those who were shopping.
(b) Those who were lonely.
(c) Those who were dancing.
(d) Those who were arguing.
5. In what type of establishment does Scrooge see the laundress?
(a) At a beauty salon.
(b) At a pawnshop.
(c) At a laundromat.
(d) At a funeral parlor.
Short Answer Questions
1. When Scrooge first sees the third Spirit, what does he do involuntarily?
2. What name do the men give to the man who has died?
3. Who does Fred claim is being harmed by Scrooge's attitude?
4. Before his second visitor, how does Scrooge wake himself?
5. How do the Cratchit children respond to Christmas?
Short Essay Questions
1. What question did Scrooge have for the third Spirit when they were standing in the cemetery?
2. What is significant about the appearance of the second spirit?
3. What other Christmases does the second Spirit take Scrooge to witness?
4. How does Scrooge react to the music and the games of Fred's Christmas party?
5. What is Scrooge's response to the things that he sees in the cemetery?
6. What happens when Scrooge awakens thinking he will soon see the second visitor?
7. What are the businessmen in the stock exchange discussing?
8. What is Fred's opinion of his uncle Scrooge?
9. What is the Spirit's response to Scrooge's question regarding help for the two children?
10. What does Scrooge see when he visits the family eating dinner at the table?
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