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Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Meg would best be described as
  1. difficult.
  2. lazy.
  3. responsible.
  4. silly.
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Which part of the text is an example of foreshadowing?
  1. The girls decide to give presents to their mother.
  2. Laurie promises to kiss Amy before she dies.
  3. Jo turns down Laurie's marriage proposal.
  4. The girls' father sends a letter.
Grade 7 Little Women
Grade 7 Little Women
Beth's passion is...
  1. Outdoors
  2. Books
  3. Music
  4. Art
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
The book takes place during which war?
  1. The American Revolution
  2. French and Indian War
  3. The Civil War
  4. World War I
Grade 7 Little Women
How is Jo's tomboyishness shown?
  1. Clean gloves
  2. Beautiful dress
  3. New hat
  4. Burned dresses
  5. High heels
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Which adjective best describes Jo?
  1. Lazy
  2. Spunky
  3. Pitiful
  4. Ecstatic
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RL.6.5
What is the purpose of the letter Mr. March sends the girls near the beginning of the novel?
  1. To lift their spirits
  2. To send his love
  3. To remind them to work hard
  4. To give them bad news
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Which word best describes the tone of the novel?
  1. Sympathetic
  2. Upbeat
  3. Corrective
  4. Solemn
Grade 6 Little Women CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.6.3
Which best describes the conflict in the novel?
  1. Man vs. Man
  2. Man vs. Nature
  3. Man vs. Self
  4. Man vs. Society
Grade 6 Little Women
What type of narrator does the novel contain?
  1. First person
  2. Second person
  3. Third person limited
  4. Third person omniscient
Grade 8 Little Women
When Jo says "That boy is suffering for society and fun," she means that...
  1. Laurie desperately needs friends.
  2. Laurie is not the kind of boy who enjoys having fun.
  3. she admires Laurie for his willingness to suffer loneliness.
  4. Laurie's physical condition prevents him from having a social life.
Grade 8 Little Women
Jo shows kindness to Laurie in all of the following ways except by...
  1. straightening up his room.
  2. bringing him something to eat.
  3. reading to him.
  4. entertaining him with stories about her Aunt March.
Grade 8 Little Women
The character in the story who is the most bashful is...
  1. Laurie.
  2. Jo.
  3. Laurie's grandfather.
  4. Meg.
Grade 8 Little Women
Laurie is especially lonely because...
  1. his grandfather is unkind.
  2. he does not have a mother.
  3. he does not have any brothers or sisters.
  4. all of his friends have moved away.
Grade 8 Little Women
Mr Laurence's mansion appears lonely to Jo for all of the following reasons except...
  1. there are never any children playing outside.
  2. there is no motherly face to peer from the windows.
  3. there are few visitors.
  4. the grounds are well kept.
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