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Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What is Dill's relationship to Scout and Jem?
  1. He is their cousin
  2. He is their neighbor
  3. He is their friend
  4. He is their teacher
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
Who is Mayella Ewell in "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
  1. The town sheriff
  2. A wealthy businesswoman
  3. A poor and abused daughter
  4. A respected teacher
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What does Scout think is wrong with Miss Maudie's front yard?
  1. It's too big
  2. It's too small
  3. There are no flowers
  4. There are too many flowers
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
Why does Mr. Dolphus Raymond pretend to be a drunk?
  1. To avoid working
  2. To gain sympathy
  3. To give people an excuse for his lifestyle
  4. To avoid socializing with others
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What do Jem and Scout find in the knothole of the tree?
  1. A note from Boo Radley
  2. A pair of scissors
  3. A piece of chewing gum
  4. A spelling bee medal
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
How does Jem feel about Atticus's shooting ability?
  1. He is impressed
  2. He is disappointed
  3. He is scared
  4. He is amused
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
How does Tom Robinson say he ended up on the Ewell property on the day of the alleged assault?
  1. He was walking home from work and Mayella asked him to come inside
  2. He was looking for work and Bob Ewell offered him a job
  3. He was lost and ended up on the Ewell property by accident
  4. He was delivering a package to the Ewells
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What does Scout realize about her father's bravery after the incident at the jail?
  1. That he is a hero who deserves a medal
  2. That he is just doing his job as a lawyer
  3. That he is risking his life to stand up for what is right
  4. That he is foolish and doesn't know what he's doing
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What is the reaction of the black spectators in the courtroom when Atticus leaves?
  1. They stand up as a sign of respect
  2. They remain seated and continue to watch the trial
  3. They leave the courtroom quietly
  4. They start cheering and clapping for Atticus
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What is the significance of the title "To Kill a Mockingbird" in this chapter?
  1. It refers to the mockingbird being a symbol of innocence, as Boo Radley saves Scout and Jem's lives
  2. It refers to the mockingbird being a symbol of violence, as Bob Ewell attempts to harm the children
  3. It refers to the mockingbird being a symbol of justice, as Atticus defends Tom Robinson in court
  4. It does not have any significance in this chapter
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
How does Scout describe the mockingbird at the end of the novel?
  1. A symbol of innocence and goodness that should never be harmed
  2. A creature that represents the dangers of the natural world
  3. A pest that needs to be eliminated for the safety of others
  4. A bird that is both beautiful and deadly
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What is the main reason for the change in Aunt Alexandra and Scout's relationship in "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
  1. Aunt Alexandra becomes more accepting of Scout's tomboyish behavior.
  2. Scout becomes more interested in traditional feminine pursuits, such as sewing and cooking.
  3. Aunt Alexandra becomes more controlling and critical of Scout's behavior and beliefs.
  4. Scout becomes more rebellious and refuses to listen to Aunt Alexandra's advice.
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
Who is Bob Ewell in "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
  1. The town sheriff
  2. A wealthy businessman
  3. A poor and abusive father
  4. A respected lawyer
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What is Bob Ewell's job?
  1. He is a farmer
  2. He is a lawyer
  3. He is a teacher
  4. He is unemployed
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
How does Bob Ewell respond to Atticus's cross-examination during Tom Robinson's trial?
  1. He maintains his composure and sticks to his story
  2. He becomes aggressive and hostile towards Atticus
  3. He breaks down in tears and admits to lying
  4. He refuses to answer any questions
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
How does Bob Ewell die?
  1. He is shot by Atticus
  2. He falls off a cliff
  3. He is attacked by Boo Radley
  4. He dies of natural causes
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What does Bob Ewell do to Scout on her way home from the Halloween pageant?
  1. He tries to physically attack her
  2. He steals her candy
  3. He scares her with a fake knife
  4. He throws rocks at her
Grade 9 To Kill a Mockingbird
What does Calpurnia teach Scout about manners and behavior?
  1. The importance of being polite and respectful
  2. The importance of being assertive and outspoken
  3. The importance of being aggressive and confrontational
  4. The importance of being competitive and assertive
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