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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. In the cemetery, what part of the Spirit's body begins to tremble?
(a) His legs.
(b) His hands.
(c) His eyes.
(d) His ears.
3. Who does Scrooge visit and witness singing Christmas songs and reminiscing of Christmas memories?
4. What has changed about the Cratchit family during the visit with the third Spirit?
(a) They no longer believe in Christmas.
(b) They are no longer poor.
(c) Bob no longer works for Ebenezer Scrooge.
(d) They are no longer happy.
5. Which of the following does NOT describe the third Spirit?
(a) He was kind
(b) He was dark.
(c) He was mute.
(d) He was tall.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Scrooge feel about the party that Fred is holding on Christmas?
2. Who says that they have no patience for Scrooge's attitude and behavior?
3. What is the general emotion surrounding the death of the man in town?
4. Where do Scrooge and the third Spirit overhear the first conversation about death?
5. What did the businessmen wonder about the dead man's funeral?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the businessmen in the stock exchange discussing?
2. What does Scrooge see when he enters the cemetery?
3. What is striking about the appearance of the third spirit?
4. What response did the community give to the Cratchit family following the death of Tiny Tim?
5. What does Scrooge see when he visits the family eating dinner at the table?
6. What does Scrooge promise to the Spirit in exchange for a chance to change his fate?
7. How do the party-goers respond to Fred's opinion of his uncle?
8. How are the Cratchit family responding to the death of Tiny Tim?
9. What is the Spirit's response to Scrooge's question regarding help for the two children?
10. How does Scrooge react to the arrival of the third Spirit?
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