- 1 What does Tom do for Sunday school tickets?
- 2 What did Tom earn from all the tickets he had collected?
- 3 Why does Aunt Polly make Tom work on Sundays?
- 4 Why does Tom want a Bible in exchange for his tickets?
- 5 Why is Huck homeless?
- 6 How did Tom get enough tickets to win a Bible?
- 7 Why did Tom throw clods of dirt at SID?
- 8 Why did Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon?
- 9 How did Tom win Becky’s friendship?
- 10 Why did Sid call Aunt Polly?
- 11 How did Aunt Polly punish Tom for stealing the jam?
- 12 Why did Tom live with Aunt Polly?
- 13 What does Sid do that Tom is blamed for?
- 14 What does Tom’s new love interest throw at him?
- 15 How does Tom receive the Bible?
What does Tom do for Sunday school tickets?
Tom sells his possessions to boys in return for their tickets. How does Tom get his tickets? The children can get a Bible.
What did Tom earn from all the tickets he had collected?
As usual, Tom is the best show-off—by trading for tickets before class, Tom has accumulated enough to earn a Bible. Walters is eager to impress Judge Thatcher, the Bible-awarding ceremony proceeds.
Why does Aunt Polly make Tom work on Sundays?
Polly makes sure that Tom is kept close to the aisle, in order to try and make him pay attention—she seems to think that if he is allowed to sit anywhere near the open window, the sight of the summery scenes outside will distract his attention from what is going on in the church.
Why does Tom want a Bible in exchange for his tickets?
Tom is trading for tickets so he can have the glory of getting a Bible. He doesn’t care about the Bible itself, but the pride of getting one. Mr. Walters, the superintendent, gives a lecture on proper behavior, and then lawyer Thatcher, Jeff’s father, enters, with visitors.
Why is Huck homeless?
From the beginning of the novel, Twain makes it clear that Huck is a boy who comes from the lowest levels of white society. His father is a drunk and a ruffian who disappears for months on end. Huck himself is dirty and frequently homeless. Because Huck is a child, the world seems new to him.
How did Tom get enough tickets to win a Bible?
If Tom was not especially bright or hard working, how did he get enough tickets to win a Bible? He traded stuff for the tickets.
Why did Tom throw clods of dirt at SID?
Why did Tom throw clods of earth at Sid? Tom threw clods of earth at Sidto take revenge on Sid for revealing Aunt Polly about playing hooky to gofor swimming. When Tom went for a swim, he had to remove the thread from his shirt collar.
Why did Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon?
Terms in this set (12) Why had Tom enjoyed this Sunday’s sermon? The dog had been pinched by the pinchbug so the dog raced around the church yapping and disrupting. Why did Tom sometimes wish that there were no weekends? Tom wished that there were no weekends so that Mondays would not be hard.
How did Tom win Becky’s friendship?
Tom finally wins over Becky’s heart for good by, first, not telling on her for sneaking into the teachers desk and looking at the anatomy book and accidentally tearing one of its pages, and, second and most importantly, for taking the blame and getting whipped for it.
Why did Sid call Aunt Polly?
Sid wanted to call Aunt Polly. Tom acted like he did not want him to call Auntie. But, he still pretended as if he was on his death bed. Sid ran downstairs to call their Auntie.
How did Aunt Polly punish Tom for stealing the jam?
Tom was punished by Aunt Polly because he came late at night, playing and fighting with his freinds and with a terrible condition of his clothes. So, Aunt Polly decided to punish tom by giving the work on Saturday which is a holiday in the western countries and the punishment to Tom was to whitewash the fence.
Why did Tom live with Aunt Polly?
As the book shows, after his mother passes away, Tom is sent to live with his Aunt Polly. Although Aunt Polly struggles with disciplining Tom, she remains his primary caregiver. For example, Aunt Polly believes that children should be disciplined when they misbehave due to her personal religious convictions.
What does Sid do that Tom is blamed for?
When Sid tries to steal some sugar, only to knock the bowl to the ground, Tom sits, ecstatic, waiting to see Sid get what he deserves. Instead, he gets blamed for the incident and hit again.
What does Tom’s new love interest throw at him?
What does the new girl throw to Tom? Sid drops and breaks the sugar bowl.
How does Tom receive the Bible?
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