A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley, Act I
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  • Question 1
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    Which of the following pieces of information does Jacob Marley reveal about Scrooge at the opening of Act I?

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    He often gives money to the poor.

    He was a good friend to Marley.

    He likes cold, dark winter days.

    He is a solitary, miserly man.

  • Question 2
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    Why does Scrooge object to having people enjoy Christmas?

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    He believes it is for children.

    He cares only for making money and considers it an interruption.

    He feels sad because Marley died on Christmas Eve.

    He only pretends to dislike it.

  • Question 3
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    When Scrooge goes goes home form work, which actions show that he is uneasy?

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    He checks each of the rooms.

    He trims his candle as he walks.

    He looks under the sofa and table.

    He eats a bowl of gruel for his dinner.

    He thinks he sees Marley's face in the pictures.

  • Question 4
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    Near the end of Act I, Scrooge see himself as a child at school. What is revealed about his childhood in the this scene?

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    He was alone and lonely.

    He was terrified of ghosts.

    He cared only about money.

    He was his teacher's favorite student.

  • Question 5
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    Why does Marley visit Scrooge in his rooms in Act I? Choose two options

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    to ask him what has been happening at Scrooge and Marley's

    to see Scrooge again and have a chat about old times

    to inform Scrooge that the Three Spirits will haunt him

    to beg Scrooge to help save Marley from his doom

    to rescue Scrooge from sharing Marley's own fate

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    Which of the following words best describes the mood of a person who feels morose?

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    bored

    gloomy

    cheerful

    thoughtful

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    Which of the following is the best example of covetous behavior?

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    Jorge cheered when Caleb won an award.

    Ling gazed out the window and daydreamed about traveling.

    Alisa desperately wanted a guitar like the one that Jordan played.

    Jon baked a pie and invited all his friends to have some.

  • Question 8
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    Which phrase best describes someone who is resolute?

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    timid and shy

    daring and bold

    firm and unwavering

    hesitant and uncertain

  • Question 9
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    In Act I, which sentence best describes Cratchit's relationship with Scrooge?

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    He fears Scrooge and plans to find a new job.

    He understands Scrooge and feels sorry for him.

    He cares for the elderly Scrooge so he will inherit his fortune.

    He defends Scrooge's behavior, hoping he will pay him more.

  • Question 10
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    How does Scrooge feel after revisiting the Fezziwigs' Christmas party?

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    He resents Past for making hi relive a painful memory.

    He puzzles over past's reason for showing him the party.

    He is sorry that he has been ungenerous toward Bob Cratchit.

    He wonders what became of his fellow apprentice.

  • Question 11
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    How would the two men that visit Scrooge asking for donations describe Scrooge?

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    hardhearted and cruel

    brisk and professional

    solemn and sorrowful

    distracted and upset

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    The word function means "to operate or work." What is most likely the definition of malfunction.

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    to perform very well

    to learn how to perform

    to perform in a new way

    to fail to perform as expected

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    The word adroit means "quick, clever, graceful, inventive." What is likely the definition of maladroit?

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    dangerous and threatening

    blundering and clumsy

    careful and slow

    quick and skillful

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    In which of the sentences does the form of the verb agree with the subject?

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    Fred wish Scrooge a merry Christmas.

    Both Cratchit and Fred wish Scrooge a merry Christmas.

    Both Cratchit or Fred wishes Scrooge a merry Christmas.

    Both Cratchit and Fred wishes Scrooge a merry Christmas.

  • Question 15
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    In which sentence does the form of the verb agree with the compound subject?

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    Marley or Fred speaking to Scrooge.

    Marley or Fred speak to Scrooge.

    Marley or Fred speaks to Scrooge.

    Marley or Fred speak to Scrooge.

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