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To Kill A Mocking Bird Essay

960 words - 4 pages

To Kill a Mockingbird
Final Project – Test
Lance Moyes
Period – 2nd

1. Why did Atticus save money?
a. To buy a new car
b. To put his brother through medical school
c. To buy his wife a new dress
d. To go on vacation
2. When summer ends, where does Dill go?
e. To his uncle’s house
f. To Cincinnati
g. Home to Meridian
h. College
3. What does Scout say to Atticus about going to school?
i. That she wishes he would drive her to school every day
j. That she loves school
k. That she doesn’t want to get coodies
l. That she doesn’t need to go to school
4. What does Miss. Maudie send home with Scout
m. Flowers
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Why did Atticus and Aunt Alexandra decide that Aunt Alexandra needed to stay with them for a while?
. A feminine influence
. To babysit the kids
. She lost her home
. Her husband just died
14. What does Scout ask Dill right before bedtime?
. To read a book
. Why Boo Radley has never run off
. Who is Dill’s best friend
. Does Dill have a crush on Miss. Caroline
15. When one of the men grabbed Jem, where did Scout kick him?
. In the leg
. In the head
. In the chest
. In the nuts
16. What is in Mr. Dolphus Raymond’s Coca-Cola bottle?
. Water
. Whiskey
. Soda
. Coins
17. Where did Mr. Gilmer come from?
. New England
. Maycomb
. Abbotsville
. Greenville
18. When the Judge asked Mayella Ewell how old she was, what did she say?
. Seventeen and a half
. Sixteen
. Eighteen
. Nineteen and a half
19. What did Tom Robinson struggle to do with the bible?
. Read it
. Pick it up
. Put his left hand on it
. Put it away
20. What does Mr. Raymond offer to Dill?
. Drugs
. A paper bad
. A gun
. A soda
21. On the way home from the trial, why did Cal chew Jem out?
. For bringing Scout into the trial
. For talking during the trial
. For not staying is seat during the trial
. For being late to the trial
22. What does Scout think Atticus should carry?
. A Bible
. Chewing Gum
. A gun
. A picture of her
23. What did Miss. Maudie tell Dill, Jem and Scout about Atticus’ job?
. That it is a sucky jobs
. That is takes a lot of schooling
. It pays a lot of money
. It is stressful
24. What was so difficult for Atticus to tell Jem and Scout?
. That their mother died
. That they had to move
. That Tom Robinson died
. That Dill wasn’t coming for the summer
25. What did Scout do for the football team?

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