a) If Scrooge hadn’t loved money so much, the woman he loved would not have left him.
b) If Scrooge paid Bob Cratchit higher wages, Bob Cratchit could feed his family better and Tiny Tim would not die.
c) If Scrooge does not help Tiny Tim, then he will die.
a) Scrooge is warned by Marley’s ghost that he has to change.
b) Her place in his heart had taken by his love of gold.
c) Scrooge was taken by the Ghost of Christmas Present to watch Bob Cratchit and his family celebrating Christmas.
d) His own grave in a cold and lonely churchyard was shown Scrooge by the Ghost of Christmas Yet to come.
B) 1.) a) One of the two gentlemen said that.
b) The words are spoken to Scrooge.
c) They are talking about prisons and workhouses because the two gentlemen want to collect donations for the poor and Scrooge asked them if there are no prisons and workhouses.
d) When they met each other again, Scrooge was really kind and sorry that he wasn’t pleasant to the gentlemen. Scrooge wished the man a Merry Christmas and told him that he will give him money when he comes to Scrooge.....[read full text]
Dickens' novel A Christmas Carol has been (13) translated into nearly every (14) language in the world and its (15) characters are known everywhere. The name of Scrooge has entered the English language and is used to (16) describe someone who collects money like other people collect (17) stamps and who loves money just for itself.
Tiny Tim has become a much loved character in English (18) l.....