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Christmas Carol ACT I Test

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christmas carol ACT i test
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1.  In this sentence, which would be considered the stage direction?SCROOGE:(Panicked) Fly, but I am a mortal and cannot fly!
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2.  The writer of the drama A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley was
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3.  A story written to be performed is...
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4.  Conversations between characters are called presentation of
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5.  Which would be included in stage directions?
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6.  This play is a dramatic adaptation. It was adapted from what to what?
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7.  At the beginning of Act I, which man do we know to be discontent (not content with what he has)?
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8.  When Marley tells Scrooge, "You have labored on it, since. It is a ponderous chain.", what does he mean by ponderous?
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9.  Which part focuses on a specific event or interaction?
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10.  In Scene 4, why was Scrooge's clock not at the time he expected it to be?
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11.  Which ghost was scariest in appearance?
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12.  Scrooge is overwhelmed at the open field he sees when he travels with the Ghost of Christmas Past. Why?
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13.  What did the Ghost of Christmas Past see on Scrooge's cheek?
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14.  The young Scrooge, sitting in his classroom, is...
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15.  Who comes to see the young Scrooge in his classroom?
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16.  For whom does Scrooge hold admiration (good memories with respect)?
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17.  Why are so many stage directions given for the dance scene in Fezziwig's business?
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18.  How would one describe the scene between the Man and Woman?
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19.  How would one describe the old Scrooge as he watches the scene between Man and Woman?
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20.  Scrooge can see Marley throughout the entire Act I.
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21.  Scrooge visits the following scenes in this order. 1. A field2. A schoolroom3. A place of business (where he was an apprentice)4. A visit with a woman in a mourning dress
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22.  What does the old Scrooge value most (so far in the play)?
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23.  How does Scrooge treat his clerk, Bob Cratchit?
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24.  What do the scenes revisted with the Ghost of Christmas Past show about the young Scrooge?
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25.  How has Scrooge changed as he aged?
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26.  Give one example of a special effect in the play.
27.  List one instance (time) when Scrooge was miserly.
28.  List which of the following are only in a drama. (You may write just the letter.)a. charactersb. stage directionsc. descriptions of settingd. narrative point of viewe. plot developed through action and dialoguef. plot developed through action, dialogue, and narrationg. theme
29.  Now use those answers to list what is only in a novel.
30.  Now use those answers to list what is in both a drama and a novel.
31.  Which 2 vocabulary words are exact opposites?
32.  Use 2 other vocabulary words in 1 sentence, showing you know what they mean by the context.
33.  Write one sentence explained a major theme of this play.
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