The Cat In The Hat Plot Quiz: Question Preview (ID: 6070)


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A mother goes shopping one rainy day and leaves the children alone at home.
a) Rising Action
b) Resolution
c) Exposition
d) Climax

The narrator catches Thing One and Thing Two and tells the Cat to pack up their things and take them away!
a) Falling Action
b) Rising Action
c) Climax
d) Exposition

The Cat plays games that cause a mess, like Up-Up-Up with a Fish and Fun in a Box
a) Resolution
b) Rising Action
c) Falling Action
d) Climax

Mother returns from shopping and asks if the children had any fun.
a) Exposition
b) Falling Action
c) Resolution
d) Climax

Cat packs up Thing One and Thing Two and leaves.
a) Exposition
b) Resolution
c) Falling Action
d) Rising Action

The Fish warns the children that their mother is on her way home.
a) Rising Action
b) Falling Action
c) Climax
d) Resolution

Cat returns and cleans up the mess, claiming he always picks up his play things.
a) Climax
b) Rising Action
c) Exposition
d) Falling Action

Thing One and Thing Two fly kites in the house.
a) Rising Action
b) Climax
c) Falling Action
d) Resolution

Fish says Cat is causing a mess and tells him he should not be there when their mother is not.
a) Resolution
b) Exposition
c) Climax
d) Rising Action

The Cat in the Hat can be classified as what kind of genre?
a) fictional short story
b) non-fiction biography
c) fictional myth
d) fictional poem

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