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The play The diary of Anne Frank ws written by_ and _
Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett
the play takes place between years _ and _
1942;1945
A_ is a candelabrum holding 9 candles
menorah
The Play takes place in
Amsterdam, Holland
Anne recieves her diary as a gift from her father when she was _ years old.
13
The hint at future events is called_.
foreshadowing
Except for the first and last scenes, the play is presented in _.
flashback
throughout the play, the sounds of a barrel organ and children playing on the street carry from below. This effect provides_.
dramatic contrast
Anne died at _ concentration camp.
Auschwitz
Mr. Frank had been a prisoner at _ concentration camp.
Bergen-Belsen
Anne never lost her faith in the _ of mankind.
goodness
The dictator of Nazi Germany was _.
Aldolph Hitler
Mr. Frank told Meip that he would leave the city because it held too many _ for him.
memories
Of all the people who were hiding in the secret attic, _ was the only survivor of the concentration camps.
Mr. Frank
Anne's decision to keep her star emphasizes her regard for her_ and _.
race and religion
The people hiding in the secret attic could not make noise between_ am and _pm.
8am and 6pm
The relationships in this play involved both _ and _.
conflict and understanding
The only subject Anne could not discuss with her father was _ _.
Her mother
Mr. Van Daan was caught stealing_.
Bread
In the play, Meip and Mr. Kraler told Mr. Frank that it was the _ that had betrayed them.
the thief
Anne's hobby was to collect pictures of _ _.
Movie Stars
Anne fights off despair by _.
writing
The Celebration of _ was innterrupted by a crash from below.
Hanukkah
The last person to show signs of breaking under tension and one in whom it is most suprising was _.
Mrs. Frank
Mr. Frank left a note at home indicating that the family had gone to_.
Switzerland
When Meip brought the news of the _, those in the attic who were arguing ceased their bickering.
invasion
At the beginning of the youthful romance between Peter and Anne, _ viewed it with _.
Mrs. Van Daan; amusement
The door of the attic was hidden by a _.
bookcase
_ was polite, quiet, and a good student.
Margot
Mr. Van Daan and Peter often argued about Peter spending too much time in his room with_.
Mouschi
One of Anne's goals was to go to _ and become something wonderful.
Paris
___ was Anne's best friend before the Franks went into hiding.
Jopie De Waal
_ was a spoiled, childish woman.
Mrs. Van Daan
Mrs, Van Daan tried to flirt with Mr Frank but he _ her.
ignored
Anne's teacher and classmates called her her _ because she _.
Mrs. Quack Quack; talked to much
Anne was concerned that her friendship with Peter might hurt _.
Margot
When Mr. Dussel first arrived, Anne treated him with _ and _.
Kindness; generosity
When Mr. Van Daan told Meip to sell his wife's fur coat, he told her to use the money to buy more _.
cigarettes
Mr. Dussel was the _ who came to stay for a few days but stayed until they were captured.
dentist
"All right. All right. I'm a dunce. I'm a hopeless case. Why do i go on?"
Peter
Anne never lost her faith in the _ of mankind.
goodness
The dictator of Nazi Germany was _.
Aldolph Hitler
Mr. Frank told Meip that he would leave the city because it held too many _ for him.
memories
Of all the people who were hiding in the secret attic, _ was the only survivor of the concentration camps.
Mr. Frank
Anne's decision to keep her star emphasizes her regard for her_ and _.
race and religion
The people hiding in the secret attic could not make noise between_ am and _pm.
8am and 6pm
The relationships in this play involved both _ and _.
conflict and understanding
The only subject Anne could not discuss with her father was _ _.
Her mother
Mr. Van Daan was caught stealing_.
Bread
In the play, Meip and Mr. Kraler told Mr. Frank that it was the _ that had betrayed them.
the thief
"I never thought I'd live to see the day when a man like Mr. Frank would have to go into hiding."
Mr. Kraler
"You complain that I don't treat you like a grownup. But when I do, you resent it."
Mrs. Frank
"But after all, it is the Star of David, isn't it?"
Anne Frank
"If you didn't smoke so much, you wouldn't be so bad-tempered"
Mrs. Van Daan
"I'm not afraid that anyone is going to walk all over you, Anne. I'm afraid for other people, that you'll walk on them."
Mrs. Frank
"Usually, when I come up here, i try to bring you some bit of good news... But today something has happened..."
Mr. Kraler
There are no walls, no bolts, no locks that anyone can put on your mind."
Mr. Frank
"I'm dreaming, I know it. I can't believe my eyes. Mr. Otto Frank here!"
Mr. Dussel
"Did Mr. Kraler warn you that you won't get much to eat here?"
Mr. Van Daan
"I always get along very well with children."
Mr. Dussel
"Don't I always give everybody exactly the same? Don't I?"
Mrs. Van Daan
"Sometimes I whish the end would come... whatever it is"
Margot Frank
"Of course I'm jealous... jealous that you've got something to get up in the morning for."
Margot Frank
"For two long years we have lived here, side by side. We have respected each other's rights... we have managed to live in peace."
Mr. Frank
"Did you hear that, everybody? Did you hear what I said? The invasion has begun! The invasion!"
Meip
"We dont need the Nazis to destroy us. We're destroying ourselves."
Mr. Frank
"What's the good of thinking of misery when you're already miserable? That's stupid!"
Anne Frank
"Make up your mind, already someone has had a nice big dinner from that cat!"
Mr. Dussel
"For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope."
Mr. Frank
"Stop it, you're spoiling the whole invasion!"
Mr. Dussel
"You can't throw...? Something they branded you with...? That they made you wear so they could spit on you?"
Peter Van Daan
"I'm a terrible coward. I'm so disappointed in myself."
Anne
"She puts me to shame."
Mr. Frank
"You know just how to talk to them. You know just what to say."
Peter Van Daan
"In spite of everything, I still believe that people are really good at heart."
Anne
"Think how lucky we are. Think of the thousands dying in the war, every day. Think of the people in concentration camps."
Mrs. Frank
"Why aren't you nice and quiet like your sister Margot?"
Mr. Van Daan
Tom's punishment for playing hooky and ruining his clothes was to _ the _ on _.
whitewash; fence; Saturday
The name of Tom's village was _.
St. Petersburg
Tom and Huck took a dead cat to the _ and planned to use it to get _.
graveyard; rid of warts
_ and _ witnessed a murder in the _.
Tom; Huck; graveyard
The townspeople believed _ had committed the murder since his _ had been found near the _.
Muff Poter; knife; body
_, _, and _ took _ and met to become pirates.
Tom Sawyer; Huck Finn; Joe Harper; provisions
When the 3 boys returned to _ they attended their own funerals.
St. Petersburg
On Examination day, the students _ Mr Dobbin's head and later suspended a cat from the garret.
gilded
The cat snatched Mr Dobbin's _.
wig
Tom and Becky got lost in _ Cave.
McDougal's
The _ on Tom's shirt gave it away the fact that he had played hooky and gone swimming that day.
thread
Sid was the one who hinted to _ Tom's shirt.
Aunt Polly
_ was Tom's best friend.
Joe Harper
Tom finally _ the new boy when he held out the two coppers.
fought
Tom gave Painkiller to _ the cat.
Peter
Tom and Huck found a little over $_ in the cave.
12,000
Sid broke the _, and Tom got blamed for it.
sugarbowl
The Adventure of Tom Sawyer was written by_.
Mark Twain
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let
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pres., past, p. participle
bring
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3.has brought
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lead
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break
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choose
1.choose
2.chose
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sing
1.sing
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speak
1. speak
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3.has spoken
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eat
1.eat
2.ate
3.has eaten
pres., past, p. participle
go
1.go
2.went
3.has gone
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know
1.know
2.knew
3.has known
pres., past, p. participle
ride
1.ride
2.rode
3.ridden
pres., past, p. participle
do
1.do
2.did
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let
1.let
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pres., past, p. participle
put
1.put
2.put
3.has put
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sit
1.sit
2.sat
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begin
1.begin
2.begun
3. has begun
pres., past, p. participle
swim
1.swim
2.swam
3.has swum
pres., past, p. participle
lose
1.lose
2.lost
3.has lost
pres., past, p. participle
tell
1.tell
2.told
3.has told
pres., past, p. participle
come
1.come
2.came
3.come