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A Christmas Carol

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1

How many years did Jacob Marley die

7 years ago

2

What city does the story take place

London, England

3

What do the two gentlemen want when they visit Scrooge On Christmas Eve

They are taking a collection of money to give to the poor people of London

4

What is Scrooges famous saying about Christmas

Bah humbug

5

What is the date of the first day of the story

Christmas Eve-December 24th

6

What was Marleys ghost wearing around his body

Chains and cash boxes

7

What is the name of Scrooges buisness

Scrooge and Marley

8

What year does the story take place

1843

9

Which ghost can be described as a jolly giant

The Ghost of Christmas Present

10

Who came to take Scrooge home from school?

His sister Fan

11

Who is Fred?

Scrooge's nephew

12

Who is Fred's mother?

Fan

13

Who is the main character in the story?

Ebenezer Scrooge

14

Who says, 'God bless us, everyone!'

Tiny Tim

15

Whose face did Scrooge see in his door knocker?

Jacob Marley

16

Who was Belle?

Scrooge's fiance

17

Who was Bob Crachit's son?

Tiny Tim

18

Who was Fan?

Scrooge's sister

19

Who is Fezziwig?

Scrooge's boss when he was a young apprentice

20

Who was Martha?

Bob Crachit's oldest daughter

21

Who was Scrooge's business partner?

Jacob Marley

22

Who was Scrooge's friend when he was an apprentice?

Dick Wilkins

23

Who was the first ghost that visited Scrooge?

Jacob Marley

24

Who was the man that worked for Scrooge?

Bob Crachit

25

Who was the second ghost that visited Scrooge?

The ghost of christmas past

26

Who was the third ghost that visited Scrooge?

The ghost of Christmas present

27

Who wrote 'A Christmas Carol'?

Charles Dickens

28

Why did Belle break her engagement to Scrooge?

Because Scrooge didn't love her as much as he loved money. He had become greedy.

29

Why did Fred come to see Scrooge on Christmas Eve?

To invite Scrooge for Christmas dinner the next day.

30

What is the Ghost of Christmas Present's throne made of?

Food

31

Which one of the spirits has a glowing head?

The Ghost of Christmas Past

32

Which spirit takes Scrooge to a ship at sea?

The Ghost of Christmas Present

33

What was the main course at Crachit's dinner?

Goose

34

Where did Bob and Tiny Tim go before Christmas dinner?

To church

35

Where does the Ghost of Christmas Present take Scrooge?

The Crachit house, the city, Fred's house, a ship, lighthouse, suburban streets, miners, and a hospital.

36

Who are the children in the fold of the robes of Ghost of Christmas Present?

Ignorance and Want

37

How is Fred different from Scrooge?

He loves Christmas and has a good heart.

38

What are the phantoms upset about at the end of Stave 1?

They see people in need of help but cannot do anything about it.

39

What has Marley's ghost been doing since his death?

He has been roaming the Earth bound in chains he made in life.

40

What is the warning that Marley gives Scrooge?

Marley warns Scrooge to change his ways so he does not end up like him.

41

What was Scrooge's initial attitude toward the first spirit?

He was scared and unwilling to accompany the spirit at first.

42

Does Scrooge like letting his Clerk off for Christmas Day?

No

43

This person is described as "being dead as a __________"

door nail

44

To Scrooge, what is one thing that is more ridiculous than Christmas?

being in love

45

Who was Marley's only friend and mourner?

Scrooge

46

Where does Scrooge think poor people should be?

In prison or Union Workhouses


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