A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol

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  • Mr.Scrooge argues with his nephew
  • What right have you to be merry
  • Merry Christmas!
  • Marley's Ghost warns him
  • Was that the chance of hope you mentioned?
  • You will be visited by three spirits
  • Mr.Scrooge visits his past
  • I remember this place, I was a boy here!
  • Mr.Scrooge argues with his nephew about why he should or shouldn't have a Merry Christmas. His nephew said "Merry Christmas, uncle." Scrooge asked his nephew, "what right have you to be merry, you're poor enough."
  • Ghost of Christmas Present
  • Grab on to my robe
  • Mr.Scrooge returned from his counting house and when he was in his room Jacob Marley's ghost came to warn him about the three spirits; so he wouldn't have the same fate as Jacob did.
  • Ghost of Christmas Future
  • As soon as the Ghost of Christmas Past brings him to his past, Mr.Scrooge recognized it; he said "I remember this place, I was a boy here!" The ghost brought him there because that's were his father sent him off and then Fan, his sister came to take him home a while later. He remembered how kind she was to him.
  • Mr.Scrooge became a happy man!
  • Merry Christmas!!
  • The Ghost of Present shows him that even though the Cratchit's are poor they are still happy, especially Tiny Tim when he was on crutches. He also showed him what his nephew is saying about him and how he rejected his invite to dine with him.
  • Mr.Scrooge heard three men talking about a death but he thought they were talking about Marley's death. Later, when the Ghost of Christmas Future brought him to his grave he realized they were talking about him. He knew he had to change his ways.
  • Ebenezer Scrooge
  • Mr.Scrooge wakes up on Christmas morning and is glad he is still alive and has a second chance. He sees a boy on the street and yells Merry Christmas; he gave the boy some money to buy a huge turkey to bring to the Cratchit's. He changes into a generous, kind, and friendly man.
  • Merry Christmas!!
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