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A Christmas Carol - Dialogue
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A Christmas Carol - Dialogue

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1.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"Lead on! Lead on! The night is waning fast, and it is precious time to me, I know"
Scrooge
Bob Cratchit
Tiny Tim
Jacob Marley
Scrooge begins to feel the pressure of time once he is faced with the final Spirit
2.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"The consequence of his taking a dislike to us, and not making merry with us, is, as I think, that he loses some pleasant moments, which could do him no harm"
Mrs Cratchit
Fred's wife
Fred
Bob Cratchit
Fred understands that the person who is most harmed by Scrooge's cold and miserly nature is Scrooge himself
3.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"What's today, my fine fellow?"
Scrooge
Fred
Bob Cratchit
Mr Fezziwig
Scrooge is so disorientated by the visits of the three Spirits, supposedly on three consecutive nights, that he does not know what day it is when he wakes up on Christmas morning
4.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"Or would you know the weight and length of the strong coil you bear yourself? It was full as heavy and as long as this, seven Christmas Eves ago"
The Ghost of Christmas Past
The Ghost of Christmas Present
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
Jacob Marley
Jacob Marley's chain, impressive and terrifying, cannot compare to the great weight of Scrooge's own invisible chain
5.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"You may — the memory of what is past half makes me hope you will — have pain in this. A very, very brief time, and you will dismiss the recollection of it, gladly, as an unprofitable dream, from which it happened well that you awoke"
Fan
Mrs Fezziwig
Belle
Fred
Scrooge is so distressed by the sight of his past self agreeing to break off his engagement that he accuses the Spirit of torturing him
6.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"It's only once a year, sir. It shall not be repeated"
Fred
Bob Cratchit
The boy in "Sunday clothes"
Martha Cratchit
Bob Cratchit apologizes sincerely for being eighteen minutes (and a half) late to work on the day after Christmas. Boxing Day became a legal holiday in 1871
7.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"I help to support the establishments I have mentioned: they cost enough: and those who are badly off must go there"
Bob Cratchit
One of the two "portly" gentlemen
Jacob Marley
Scrooge
Scrooge suggests that poor people contribute to overpopulation and that the only charity for which they might hope is a place in the workhouses
8.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"I have no patience with him"
Topper
Jacob Marley
Mrs Cratchit
Fred's wife
Fred's wife, like Mrs Cratchit, is not inclined to be tolerant, nor forgiving, of Scrooge's unpleasantness towards her husband
9.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"It should be Christmas Day, I am sure, on which one drinks the health of such an odious, stingy, hard, unfeeling man as Mr Scrooge"
Belle
Mrs Cratchit
Fred
Peter Cratchit
Mrs Cratchit is indignant that the Christmas toast should be dedicated to Scrooge
10.
Match the dialog to the correct speaker.

"There are some upon this earth of yours, who lay claim to know us, and who do their deeds of passion, pride, ill-will, hatred, envy, bigotry, and selfishness in our name, who are as strange to us and all our kith and kin, as if they had never lived"
One of the two "portly" gentlemen
The Ghost of Christmas Past
The Ghost of Christmas Present
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
The Spirit condemns hypocrites who put their principles before the needs of human beings
Author:  Sheri Smith

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