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Mrs. Cratchit in A Christmas Carol

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Mrs. Cratchit wears a twice-turned gown in A Christmas Carol. What is a twice-turned gown?

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1. In A Christmas Carol, how does Mrs. Cratchit augment her outfit?

2. In Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, why does Mrs. Cratchit express so much delight after dinner?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

For this quiz and worksheet, you will be focusing on Mrs. Cratchit as she appears in A Christmas Carol. Questions ask about the twice-turned gown that she wears and what she does upon a toast proposed to Mr. Scrooge.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You can find the following topics in the questions for this quiz:

  • How Mrs. Cratchit augments her outfit
  • Why she is do delighted after dinner
  • How her family responds to their pudding
  • Her response to a toast to Mr. Scrooge

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer a question about the family's Christmas pudding
  • Reading comprehension - understand the story elements involving Mrs. Cratchit, including her reaction to Mr. Scrooge's toast from Bob Cratchit
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about her twice-turned gown

Additional Learning

To review more, use the lesson titled, Mrs. Cratchit in A Christmas Carol. This will introduce you to the following extra topics:

  • Living as a poor woman
  • Optimism
  • A definition for 'odious'
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