The Necklace (Grade 9)
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At the beginning of the story, Mme. Loisel's unhappiness is due to a contrast between:
- what she has and what she wants.
- what she once had and what she has now.
- what she wants and what her husband wants.
- what she's been promised and what she's received.
At the beginning of the story The Necklace the main character Mme Loisel dreams about being...
- rich and stylish.
How does the author's young daughter feel about clothes?
- She is proud of always having what is in fashion.
- She is much more carefree than the author was.
- She is obsessed with trying to be different.
- She feels the same way the author did as a child.
Why does not having jewelry or fancy things bother Mr. Loisel?
- He despises jewelry.
- He is very frugal.
- He understands it's how it is.
- He does not love his wife.
Mme. Loisel was excited about the invitation to the party.
How can you tell Mr. Loisel loves his wife?
Which phrase best describes a theme from the novel?
- Appearances are deceiving.
- Wealth is everything.
- Husbands should please their wives.
- Money brings happiness.
Which word best describes Mme. Loisel?
What is ironic about the necklace Mme. Loisel borrows?
What was Mr. Loisel saving for?
- A necklace
- A gun
- A car
- A suit