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Perek 2 Final Review

Quiz by Rabbi Moshe Blumberger

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36 questions
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  • Q1

    What Case does the  First Mishna deal with?

    Sleeping under a bed in a sukkah

    Sleeping in class 

    Sleeping in the rain in a sukkah

    Sleeping on a bunk-bed in a sukkah

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  • Q2

    If someone does sleep under a  bed in a sukkah, what is the Ruling According to the תנא קמא?

    He does not do the Mitzvah

    He does do the Mitzvah

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  • Q3

    If someone does sleep under a  bed in a sukkah, what is the Ruling According to the רבי יהודה?

    He does do the Mitzvah

    He does not do the Mitzvah

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  • Q4

    In the case of Tovi, the smart servant, who slept under the bed in the sukkah, who's opinion does this support?

    רבי יהודה

    תנא קמא

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  • Q5

    What is the מקרה( Case) does the רישה (Beginning Case) deal with in the Second Mishna?

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    Sleeping under the schach

    Supporting the Sukkah on the legs of the bed

    Sleeping in the Sukkah

    Supporting the table legs

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  • Q6

    What is the דין (Ruling) according to the תנא קמא(First Opinion) in the רישה (Beginning Case)?

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    He does do the mitzvah of Sukkah

    He doesn't do the Mitzvah of Sukkah

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  • Q7

    According to רבי יהודה, if the Sukkah can't stand on its own then it is...

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    Non-Kosher Sukkah

    Kosher Sukkah

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  • Q8

    What is the מקרה( Case) does the מציעתה (Middle Case) deal with in the Mishna 2(Bet)?

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    Mixed-up schach and orderliness of schach

    Lulov and Etrog

    Eating under schach

    Saying Brachot in Sukkah

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  • Q9

    What is the דין(Ruling) with mixed-up schach and schach with more shade?

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    Non-Kosher

    Kosher

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  • Q10

    What is the מקרה( Case) does the סיפה (End Case) deal with in Mishna 2 (Bet)?

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    Schach that is so thick you can't see the stars

    Old schach

    Schach from outside Israel

    Schach bought from a Non-Jew

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  • Q11

    If a Sukkah is built on a ship or cart, is the Sukkah kosher and be used on Yom Tov?

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    Kosher and can go up on Yom Tov

    Not Kosher

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  • Q12

    If a Sukkah is built on a tree or camel, is the Sukkah kosher and be used on Yom Tov?

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    Kosher Sukkah and can go up on Yom Tov

    Kosher Sukkah, but can't go up on Yom Tov

    Not Kosher

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  • Q13

    If the Sukkah has one tree as support, though it can stand on its own, is the Sukkah kosher and can you use it on Yom Tov?

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    Kosher Sukkah and may not use on Yom Tov

    Not Kosher Sukkah

    Kosher Sukkah and may use on Yom Tov

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  • Q14

    The general rule is, "If the tree supporting the Sukkah was cut down and the Sukkah remained standing..."

    Kosher Sukkah and may use on Yom Tov

    Not Kosher

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  • Q15

    What extra thing must be done to make the Sukkah with trees for walls Kosher?

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    The trees must be tied together and the spaces filled up.

    The trees must be all cut down

    Another support must be put under the walls

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  • Q16

    Why must we tie the walls together and the spaces filled up to make the Sukkah Kosher?

    So the Sukkah does not move in the wind and fall over.

    So the walls are big enough.

    So the walls will have more shade than sun.

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  • Q17

    Why is a sick person exempt (does not have to do) from the Sukkah?

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    He would not stay in his room if it was that uncomfortable.

    It would be dangerous to his life.

     He is busy doing a Mitzvah.

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  • Q18

    If you are going to Disneyworld during Sukkot and have lots of snacks to eat, can you eat the snacks outside of a Sukkah?

    No

    Yes

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  • Q19

    Is a nurse helping a sick person have to eat in a Sukkah?

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    Yes

    No

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  • Q20

    Why did Rabbi Yochanon Ben Zakai and Rabban Gamliel refuse to eat the snack outside the Sukkah?

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    It is good (a Mitzvah) to eat a snack in the Sukkah

    It is forbidden to eat a snack in the Sukkah.

    A snack must be eaten in the Sukkah.

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