Tom Sawyer Quizzes: ___/5 ___/5 ___/7
Vocab Homework:___/20 Vocab Practices: ___/14 ___/14 ___/10
Other Extra Credit:
Vocabulary. a) imperishable b) clamor c) grisly
d) forsake e) rollicking f) jaded g) convey h)
oppressive i) throng j) NOTA
- The ____ scene in the graveyard horrified the village.
- In parades and such, the pope is _______(ed) in a bulletproof Popemobile.
- Some people find the heat in the tropics _____. They find it’s too hot for them to do much of anything.
- Dally’s childhood on the streets left him angry, street-wise, and _____.
- The origin of this word is a slang mixup of the words romp and frolic. _____
- Tom felt lonely and _____(n) after Becky dumped him, and Aunt Polly punished him for something he didn’t do.
- The boys didn’t say anything, but their looks and gestures _____(ed) a lot.
- The root of this word means to die.
- The origin of this word is the Old English word for lessen.
- Some say that too much video game violence can lead you to be ____ about real life violence.
- There was a picture in the original book, in chapter 31, called
"Attacked by the Natives." By the "natives" they mean IJ and his
partner a) True b) False
- "...but I've see such a beautiful country in
my dream. I reckon we are going there." The country Becky means is the
countryside outside of the cave. a) True b) False
- Which of these was the original caption for the picture? (Ignore
the red A, B, C.) a) "Attacked by the Natives." b) "Haunted
Room" c) "A New Terror" d) "The Escape" e) "Rescued!"
- Once their candles were gone, how could Tom still explore some
side passages, and still get back to Becky? a) By counting his steps
carefully. b) Feeling along the walls, and counting his
steps. c) As they sat there, his eyes got more used to the
darkness, so he could see just a little. d) By having Becky call
out to him every few seconds, so he could tell where she was. e)
None of the above.
- Becky and Tom were both surprisingly calm after they realized they were lost. a) True b) False
- Tom Sawyer is written in... a) 1st person b) 2nd person c) 3rd person d) 4th person
- (slang) “slathers” = “a raft” (p158) a) True. b) False.
- (slang) “comb a body” = smother you with love (p160) a) True. b) False.
- (dialect) “shadder” = shatter or break (p161) a) True. b) False.
- (slang) “tackle” = attempt (p163) a) True. b) False.