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The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How does Charlotte prove her loyalty to the crew?

    • A.

      She reads the Bible to them

    • B.

      She signs the round robin

    • C.

      She whips the captain

    • D.

      She climbs to the royal yard

    • E.

      She gets a tattoo that says, "Born to Sail!"

    Correct Answer
    D. She climbs to the royal yard
    Explanation
    Charlotte proves her loyalty to the crew by climbing to the royal yard. This action demonstrates her bravery and willingness to take risks for the crew's sake. By climbing to such a high point on the ship, she shows her dedication and commitment to the crew and their mission.

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  • 2. 

    During the hurricane, who saves Charlotte?

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Captain Jaggery

    • C.

      Mr. Cranick

    • D.

      Hollybrass

    • E.

      Mr. Hanely

    Correct Answer
    A. Zachariah
  • 3. 

    When the Seahawk arrives in Providence, who is captain?

    • A.

      Mr. Keetch

    • B.

      Charlotte's father

    • C.

      Charlotte

    • D.

      Ewing

    • E.

      Fisk

    Correct Answer
    C. Charlotte
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Charlotte because the question asks about the captain of the Seahawk when it arrives in Providence. Since Charlotte is mentioned as one of the options and no other information is given about any other potential captains, it can be inferred that Charlotte is the captain.

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  • 4. 

    After she returns from her voyage, Charlotte tries to befriend her servants. What does this show about her?

    • A.

      She wants the servants to be fired.

    • B.

      She wants to disrespect her father.

    • C.

      She sees her servants as equals.

    • D.

      She wants to do the servant's work

    • E.

      She's hoping they'll sneak her some special treats.

    Correct Answer
    C. She sees her servants as equals.
    Explanation
    The fact that Charlotte tries to befriend her servants after returning from her voyage indicates that she sees them as equals. This suggests that she values their companionship and does not consider herself superior to them based on their social status or job roles. It demonstrates her belief in treating others with respect and equality, regardless of their positions in society.

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  • 5. 

    Who tells Captain Jaggery that the crew is planning a mutiny?

    • A.

      Charlotte

    • B.

      Zachariah

    • C.

      Mr. Grummage

    • D.

      Mr. Cranick

    • E.

      Ewing

    Correct Answer
    A. Charlotte
    Explanation
    Charlotte tells Captain Jaggery that the crew is planning a mutiny.

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  • 6. 

    According to Mr. Fisk, how did Zachariah describe Charlotte?

    • A.

      "She's a sailor!."

    • B.

      "She's the glove to the Captain's hand."

    • C.

      "She's the very soul of justice."

    • D.

      "She is the informer."

    • E.

      "She looks like the girl in "Spy Kids."

    Correct Answer
    C. "She's the very soul of justice."
    Explanation
    Zachariah described Charlotte as "the very soul of justice" according to Mr. Fisk. This suggests that Zachariah sees Charlotte as someone who embodies fairness, righteousness, and moral integrity. This description implies that Charlotte is highly principled and dedicated to upholding what is right and just.

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  • 7. 

    Why does Captain Jaggery call Charlotte an "unnatural girl?"

    • A.

      She is alone on a ship

    • B.

      She agrees with the crew

    • C.

      She goes to boarding school

    • D.

      She thinks the galley food tastes great

    • E.

      She acts like a boy

    Correct Answer
    E. She acts like a boy
    Explanation
    Captain Jaggery calls Charlotte an "unnatural girl" because she acts like a boy. This implies that Captain Jaggery believes that girls should conform to traditional gender roles and behave in a more feminine manner. By acting like a boy, Charlotte goes against societal expectations and challenges the captain's notions of gender norms.

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  • 8. 

    At Charlotte's trial, why don't her crewmates defend her?

    • A.

      They think she is guilty

    • B.

      They don't respect her

    • C.

      They want to protect Zachariah

    • D.

      They have murdered Mr. Hollybrass

    • E.

      They think she has cooties

    Correct Answer
    C. They want to protect Zachariah
    Explanation
    The reason Charlotte's crewmates don't defend her at her trial is because they want to protect Zachariah. This suggests that there is some connection or relationship between Charlotte and Zachariah that they feel is worth protecting, possibly indicating that they have a strong bond or friendship. By not defending Charlotte, they may be trying to divert attention away from her and towards Zachariah, potentially to shield him from any consequences or harm.

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  • 9. 

    Keetch says, "Understand where old loyalties lie." (To whom is he loyal?)

    • A.

      Charlotte

    • B.

      Zachariah

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      His pet parrot, Polly

    • E.

      The crew

    Correct Answer
    C. Captain Jaggery
    Explanation
    Keetch is loyal to Captain Jaggery. This can be inferred from the fact that Keetch is mentioned alongside other possible loyalties, and Captain Jaggery is the correct answer.

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  • 10. 

    After the hurricane, Charlotte realizes that the darkness in Captain Jaggery's cabin hides the damage, and what else?

    • A.

      The captain's madness

    • B.

      The captain's wisdom

    • C.

      The captain's cleverness

    • D.

      The captain's orderliness

    • E.

      The captain's dirty laundry and hundreds of Twizzler wrappers

    Correct Answer
    A. The captain's madness
    Explanation
    After the hurricane, Charlotte realizes that the darkness in Captain Jaggery's cabin hides the damage, and she also discovers the captain's madness. This suggests that the captain may be mentally unstable or irrational in his actions and decisions. The darkness serves as a metaphor for the hidden truth about the captain's mental state, which becomes apparent to Charlotte after the hurricane.

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  • 11. 

    Identify which sentence does NOT support the main idea of..."Captain Jaggery is an unjust man."

    • A.

      Captain Jaggery is the judge at Charlotte's trial.

    • B.

      Captain Jaggery accuses Charlotte of the murder he committed.

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery orders Hollybrass to whip Zachariah.

    • D.

      Captain Jaggery invites Charlotte to daily tea.

    • E.

      Captain Jaggery beat Cranick so hard that Cranick's arm had to be amputated.

    Correct Answer
    D. Captain Jaggery invites Charlotte to daily tea.
    Explanation
    The sentence "Captain Jaggery invites Charlotte to daily tea" does not support the main idea that Captain Jaggery is an unjust man. This is because inviting someone to tea does not necessarily indicate whether someone is just or unjust. The other sentences provide evidence of Captain Jaggery's unjust actions, such as being the judge at Charlotte's trial, accusing her of a murder he committed, ordering someone to be whipped, and causing severe harm to Cranick.

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  • 12. 

    Identify which sentence does NOT support the main idea of..."Charlotte's experience on the Seahawk changes her."

    • A.

      After Charlotte joins the crew, Charlotte's hands become rough and hard.

    • B.

      As a crew member, Charlotte calls Captain Jaggery a fraud and a coward.

    • C.

      After her father burns her journal, Charlotte rewrites it.

    • D.

      Before getting off the ship, Charlotte puts on her good dress.

    • E.

      Charlotte keeps the sailor's clothes Zachariah gave her.

    Correct Answer
    D. Before getting off the ship, Charlotte puts on her good dress.
    Explanation
    The sentence "Before getting off the ship, Charlotte puts on her good dress" does not support the main idea that "Charlotte's experience on the Seahawk changes her." This sentence suggests that Charlotte is preparing to leave the ship, which does not necessarily indicate a change in her character or experiences on the ship. The other sentences provide evidence of the changes Charlotte undergoes, such as her rough hands, her confrontation with Captain Jaggery, rewriting her journal, and keeping the sailor's clothes.

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  • 13. 

    Who said, "Now...if you would be so good as to indicate which is your trunk, I have a man to carry it."

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mr. Doyle

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Mr. Grummage

    • E.

      Bridget

    Correct Answer
    D. Mr. Grummage
    Explanation
    Mr. Grummage is the correct answer because he is the one offering to carry the trunk for the person speaking. The quote indicates that the speaker has a man to carry the trunk, implying that they are not capable of doing it themselves. This suggests that Mr. Grummage is offering his assistance, making him the most likely candidate for the correct answer.

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  • 14. 

    Who said, "A sailor chooses the wind that takes the ship from  safe port...but winds have a mind of their own."

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mr. Doyle

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Mr. Grummage

    • E.

      Bridget

    Correct Answer
    A. Zachariah
    Explanation
    Zachariah said, "A sailor chooses the wind that takes the ship from safe port...but winds have a mind of their own." This quote suggests that while a sailor may have some control over the direction they choose to go, ultimately they are at the mercy of the unpredictable and uncontrollable nature of the wind. It implies that even the best-laid plans can be disrupted by external factors beyond one's control.

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  • 15. 

    Who said..."Shall I assume that all the clothes in the trunk, Miss, are old?"

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mr. Doyle

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Charlotte

    • E.

      Bridget

    Correct Answer
    E. Bridget
    Explanation
    Bridget is the correct answer because she is the only character mentioned in the question who could potentially have clothes in a trunk. The question implies that someone is asking Bridget about the clothes in the trunk, suggesting that they belong to her. This makes Bridget the most likely candidate for the speaker of the quote in question.

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  • 16. 

    Who said..."Yes you! Since it was you who uncovered this dispicable plot! I give you the honor of ending it. Whom shall you pick to set an example?"

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mr. Doyle

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Ewing

    • E.

      Keetch

    Correct Answer
    C. Captain Jaggery
    Explanation
    In this question, the correct answer is Captain Jaggery. The person speaking in the quote is giving someone the honor of ending a despicable plot, and asking them to choose someone to set an example. Since Captain Jaggery is one of the options given, it can be inferred that he is the one being referred to in the quote.

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  • 17. 

    Who said..."What you have written is rubbish of the worst taste."

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mr. Doyle

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Bridget

    • E.

      Mrs. Doyle

    Correct Answer
    B. Mr. Doyle
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Mr. Doyle because he is the one who expressed his disapproval of what was written, calling it "rubbish of the worst taste." This indicates that he found the writing to be of poor quality and offensive.

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  • 18. 

    Who said, "That's not fair. Unusual and unnatural are not the same!"

    • A.

      Zachariah

    • B.

      Mrs. Doyle

    • C.

      Charlotte

    • D.

      Bridget

    • E.

      Captain Jaggery

    Correct Answer
    C. Charlotte
    Explanation
    Charlotte is the one who said, "That's not fair. Unusual and unnatural are not the same!" This statement suggests that Charlotte is expressing her disagreement with someone who has equated the concepts of "unusual" and "unnatural".

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  • 19. 

    What is NOT part of the story's setting?

    • A.

      1832

    • B.

      Seahawk

    • C.

      Atlantic Ocean

    • D.

      Providence, Rhode Island

    • E.

      Barrington School for Better Girls

    Correct Answer
    E. Barrington School for Better Girls
    Explanation
    The story's setting refers to the time and place in which the events of the story take place. The options provided include the year 1832, the location of Providence, Rhode Island, and the Atlantic Ocean, which are all elements that contribute to the story's setting. However, the Barrington School for Better Girls is not part of the story's setting as it is not a specific time or place, but rather a specific institution or location within the story.

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  • 20. 

    Charlotte's sister

    • A.

      Bridget

    • B.

      Miss Weed

    • C.

      Evelina

    • D.

      Mrs. Doyle

    Correct Answer
    C. Evelina
  • 21. 

    Taught Charlotte how to throw a knife

    • A.

      Mr. Cranick

    • B.

      Mr. Grimes

    • C.

      Captain Jaggery

    • D.

      Zachariah

    Correct Answer
    B. Mr. Grimes
    Explanation
    Mr. Grimes is the most likely candidate to have taught Charlotte how to throw a knife because he is described as being a skilled and experienced sailor. This suggests that he would have the knowledge and ability to teach someone such a skill. Additionally, the other options (Mr. Cranick, Captain Jaggery, and Zachariah) do not have any known expertise or connection to knife throwing, making Mr. Grimes the most plausible choice.

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  • 22. 

    The bathroom aboard a ship

    • A.

      Brig

    • B.

      Royal yard

    • C.

      Privy

    • D.

      Capstan

    Correct Answer
    C. Privy
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "privy". A privy is a term used to describe a bathroom aboard a ship. It is a small, enclosed space where individuals can use the toilet facilities. This term is commonly used in maritime contexts to refer to the onboard bathroom facilities.

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  • 23. 

    The stowaway

    • A.

      Cranick

    • B.

      Zachariah

    • C.

      Grimes

    • D.

      Grummage

    Correct Answer
    A. Cranick
  • 24. 

    Part owner of the ship

    • A.

      Mr. Cranick

    • B.

      Mr. Grimes

    • C.

      Mr. Grummage

    • D.

      Mr. Doyle

    Correct Answer
    D. Mr. Doyle
  • 25. 

    Alerted the crew to come on deck or change watches

    • A.

      The galley

    • B.

      Mr. Keetch

    • C.

      The ship's bell

    • D.

      Captain Jaggery

    Correct Answer
    C. The ship's bell
    Explanation
    The ship's bell is used to alert the crew to come on deck or change watches. It is a traditional maritime practice to use the ship's bell to signal different activities on board. The sound of the bell carries throughout the ship, ensuring that everyone is aware of the required action. Therefore, the ship's bell is the correct answer as it serves the purpose of alerting the crew.

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  • 26. 

    Highest point aboard the ship

    • A.

      The Main Royal Yard

    • B.

      The galley

    • C.

      The bowsprit

    • D.

      The ratlines

    Correct Answer
    A. The Main Royal Yard
    Explanation
    The Main Royal Yard is the correct answer because it is the highest point aboard a ship. The Main Royal Yard is a horizontal spar that is located at the top of the main mast, and it serves as a platform for sailors to climb and work on. Being situated at the highest point, it offers a good vantage point for sailors to observe the surroundings and perform tasks that require a higher position, such as adjusting sails or lookout duties.

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  • 27. 

    Proper order

    • A.

      Perfect

    • B.

      Punctilious

    • C.

      Judgmental

    • D.

      Poor

    Correct Answer
    B. Punctilious
    Explanation
    The given words are arranged in order from highest to lowest level of correctness or attention to detail. "Proper" implies correctness, "perfect" implies flawlessness, "punctilious" means paying great attention to detail, and "poor" implies the opposite of correctness. Therefore, "punctilious" is the correct answer as it fits the pattern of increasing correctness or attention to detail.

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  • 28. 

    Which is NOT an example of an apparition?

    • A.

      Ghost

    • B.

      Spirit

    • C.

      Phantom

    • D.

      Sailor

    Correct Answer
    D. Sailor
    Explanation
    An apparition refers to a supernatural or ghostly figure that appears to be real. Ghosts, spirits, and phantoms are all examples of apparitions as they are believed to be manifestations of the supernatural. However, a sailor is not an example of an apparition. A sailor is a profession or occupation, not a supernatural entity or a ghostly figure.

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  • 29. 

    What kind of storm hits?

    • A.

      Tornado

    • B.

      Monsoon

    • C.

      Hurricane

    • D.

      Thunder

    Correct Answer
    C. Hurricane
    Explanation
    A hurricane is a type of storm that hits with strong winds and heavy rainfall. It is a large-scale weather system that forms over warm ocean waters and is characterized by a low-pressure center and a circular wind pattern. Hurricanes can cause widespread destruction and flooding, and are typically associated with the tropical regions.

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  • 30. 

    When men sign their name before a mutiny, it is called

    • A.

      A round robin

    • B.

      Four square

    • C.

      Ping pon

    • D.

      Albatross

    Correct Answer
    A. A round robin
    Explanation
    A round robin is a term used to describe when men sign their names before a mutiny. It refers to a document or petition in which the signatures are arranged in a circle or round shape, with no particular order or hierarchy. This practice is often used to show unity and solidarity among the participants of the mutiny, as everyone's signature carries equal weight.

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