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check my answers on this review about to kill a mockingbird?
I put an x next to my answer
The setting of the novel is (Points : 1)
Atlanta, Georgia, 1960s
x Maycomb, Alabama, 1930s
New York, New York, 2000
Question 2. The narrator is Jem Finch. He is a kind-hearted and passive teenaged boy. (Points : 1)
Question 3. Why does Scout want to go to school at the beginning of the novel? (Points : 1)
x She wants to learn how to read.
She does not feel safe at home with Calpurnia.
She wants to join in all of the activities and be with the other children.
Question 4. Walter Cunningham is treated with respect by Atticus, Cal, and Jem despite his social status in Maycomb (Points : 1)
Question 5. The word erratic means (Points : 1)
to relieve or satisfy
Question 6. When Jem loses his pants in the Radley yard, the kids tell Atticus that (Points : 1)
he lost them on the fence when they were running away from Boo
x he was having them dry-cleaned
he lost them in a game of strip poker
Question 7. This person leaves treats in the tree for the children. (Points : 1)
x Boo Radley
Question 8. Which of the following best explains the children's relationship with Miss. Maudie? (Points : 1)
She is their aunt.
x She is their friend.
The children drive her crazy.
Question 9. Why does Scout say, "I tried to climb into Jem's skin and walk around in it"? (Points : 1)
x She is making an allusion to a conversation she had with Atticus about seeing things from another person's point of view.
She wants to be like Jem and imitate everything he does.
She liked saying things to irritate Jem.
Question 10. Even though the children are afraid of Boo Radley, we (as readers) know that he has been doing many kind things for the children without their knowledge. (Points : 1)
- LJLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Usually I don't like helping kids who don't want to do their homework.
But it sounds like you really read the book and tried to answer the questions yourself. Do you really deserve a little help.
Question 3 is wrong, because Scout already knows how to read before she starts school. While none of the other choices are great, the best answer is the one about joining in with other kids with their activities. She certainly doesn't like Calpurnia, but she doesn't feel unsafe with her.
And yes, number 6 is wrong, too. They told Atticus that he lost his pants playing strip poker.
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- Anonymous7 years ago
Question 6 is - he lost them in a game of strip poker
All others are correct:)