Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Worksheet Flashcard Example #75807

Ch 12 Jim builds a wigwam on the raft
True
Ch 12 Jim wants to explore a stuck steamboat while Huck is hesitant to do so
False
Ch 12 Two men decide to kill another man by burning up the steamboat
False
Ch 12 When Jim and Huck look for the raft, it’s gone
True
Ch 13 Jim and Huck escape from the steamboat by jumping off and swimming away
False
Ch 13 Huck tells the watchman that he has family aboard the steamboat who need help
True
Ch 13 The steamboat was called the Alfred Tennyson
False
Ch 13 The steamboat eventually sank
True
Ch 14 Jim thought that King Solomon was foolish since he wanted to cut a baby in half
True
Ch 14 Jim did not interpret the story the way that the author had intended it to be understood
True
Ch 14 Jim and Huck argue about languages
True
Ch 14 Huck admires the way that Jim can follow his reasoning during an argument
False
Ch 15 Jim an Huck’s plan was to get to St. Louis and then take a train going north
False
Ch 15 There was a very dense fog that separated Jim and Huck
True
Ch 15 Huck tries to make Jim believe that he has just dreamed about his separation
True
Ch 15 After Jim realizes he has been lied to, he laughs and calls Huck a rapscallion
False
Ch 16 When men ask Huck if he has a white or black on the raft, Huck says, “a white”
True
Ch 16 The men decides not to explore the wigwam when they hear there is smallpox
True
Ch 16 Jim and Huck realize that they have gone further down the river than intended
True
Ch 16 A steamboat hits the raft, and both Jim and Huck must jump off to save themselves
True
Ch 17 The Grangerfords are peaceable neighbors with the Shepersons
False
Ch 17 Huck calls himself George Jackson and asks Buck to spell it when he forgets
True
Ch 17 Buck and Huck become good friends
True
Ch 17 Emmeline was a melancholy artist and poet who was no longer alive
True
Ch 18 Sophia had Huck get a note which told about s future meeting for her
True
Ch 18 Jim had repaired the raft and finds Huck once again
True
Ch 18 Huck cries at Buck’s death and wishes he’d never come ashore
True
Ch 18 The raft is seen as more free and comfortable place than the “civilized” society
True
Ch 19 Jim and Huck meet two men who claim to be royalty
True
Ch 19 Jim and Huck treat the two men like they’re royalty
True
Ch 19 Jim and Huck do not realize that these men are tricksters
False
Ch 19 Huck says that it is important to keep peace on a raft
True
Ch 20 Huck lies to show the royal pair that Jim is no runaway
True
Ch 20 The king pretends to be a converted pirate, but makes no money for his future mission work
False
Ch 20 The duke knew how to print up posters
True
Ch 20 Jim was painted up to resemble a sick Arab in this chapter
False
Ch 21 The two rascals practice their lines for the Shakespearean presentations
True
Ch 21 Their first performance will be in a town in Missouri
False
Ch 21 Col. Sherburn shot Boggs, the town drunk, in broad daylight in cold blood
True
Ch 21 With much difficulty, Boggs eventually recovered from the two shots
False
Ch 22 The mob drags Col. Sherburn out, and a few men “rough him up.”
False
Ch 22 The people of the town enjoyed a circus which came there
True
Ch 22 There were only about a dozen people who came to “the actors” show on the first night
True
Ch 22 A sign was made which invited only the men to come
True
Ch 23 The men feel like the show was too short, and they were short-charged
True
Ch 23 The frauds makes $265 from their performances
False
Ch 23 Huck tells Jim that they must make allowances for kings since they are ornery
True
Ch 23 Huck learns that Jim can be emotional and compassionate
True
Ch 24 The king learns of Peter Wilks’ death, his brothers, his relatives, and other townspeople
True
Ch 24 The king tells Huck to bring the duke there, and he agrees to be Harvery
False
Ch 24 All three ride a steamboat from Cincinnati and then claim they are from England
True
Ch 24 Both “Harvey and William” cry and lament when hearing of Peter’s recent death
True
Ch 25 The rascals make up the missing money and decide to give it to the sister
True
Ch 25 Abner Shackelford says that they king is a fraud who is not from England
False
Ch 25 Mary Jane shows her trust in the rascals by giving them the money to invest for the sister
True
Ch 25 The accuser washes his hands of the matter and says that they will be sorry one day
True
Ch 26 Since the sisters treat him kindly, Huck decides that they must not be swindled
True
Ch 26 Huck decides to take the money himself, hide it, and write later to one of the sisters
True
Ch 26 The king wants to cut out, but the duke persuades him that they can get the property too
False
Ch 26 Huck wants to hide the money in another part of the house
False

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