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Where can I find Chumash and Rashi review questions on all books of the Torah?

Looking for:

  1. As much detailed question as possible (i.e the more questions on as much rashi's as possible the more questions on each Rashi.)

  2. Any Age group.

  3. Words to translate would be great.

  4. Better if it is online but if it is in a book it is fine (it would be great to get a sample page of that book if you can find a sample page.)

  5. English, Hebrew, or Yiddish questions.

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    Hey, 7179, welcome to Mi Yodeya! Thank you for your question....editing in motivation for the question would improve it (why do you want review questions? for what age group, adult or child?)
    – MTL
    Oct 7, 2014 at 21:51
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    You might want to consider registering your account, which will give you access to more of the site's features, as well as choosing a more interesting name than "user7179," unless that happens to be your favorite number ;)
    – MTL
    Oct 7, 2014 at 21:52
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    Not online but this is a link to a set of books with 100+ questions on each parsha to choose from. judaicapress.com/The-Rashi-Companion-5-vol.-set.html
    – Yitzchak
    Oct 13, 2014 at 17:27
  • The Rashi Companion is perfect
    – Moshe
    May 11, 2020 at 22:37
  • New working link for: The Rashi Companion. Author: Rabbi Yaakov Marcus. Publisher: Judaica Press. judaicaplaza.com/products/jp-raco5v
    – stomtech
    Sep 24, 2023 at 14:27

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Rabbi Wichnin's Chumash Questions book, first edition of which, published in 1995, is long since out of print, is now available online at http://www.chumashquestions.org/

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  • Welcome to Mi Yodeya dub! Thanks for the answer!
    – mevaqesh
    Jul 21, 2017 at 19:12
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    It could be further improved with a brief description of the book and the sorts of questions it asks.
    – mevaqesh
    Jul 21, 2017 at 19:12
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Ohr Same'ach

Two other sites that I know are good are Torah Tots and OU's NCSY site. I have trouble locating these sites, now, but if you Google, you should locate these, as well as numerous other sites.

You may also want to check various shul and yeshiva web sites. Many yeshivot & kolelim post parsha questions on their web site. Yeshivot ketanot (elementary school) tend to do this as they use this for homework.

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I found this recently the rashi challenge http://www.feldheim.com/the-rashi-quiz-book.html.

Brief description from feldheim: Learning Chumash with Rashi has been a treasured part of Jewish life for almost a thousand years, since the time he lived and wrote. Now, Rabbi Jonathan Fox, with his engaging question-and-answer format, brings the enjoyable gift of Rashi to our Shabbos tables every week. The Rashi Challenge makes the power and wisdom of Rashi’s teachings accessible to all young and old, learned and beginner in a delightful and fascinating way.

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You might want to consider the 'What's bothering Rashi?' series here:

He provides Rashi's insight on a pasuk and then provides a greater analysis to understanding his train of thought.

You can find some examples here.


EDIT

Artscroll are now rolling out an Elucidated Rashi on Chumash

The blurb there reads as follows:

For centuries, the brilliant light of Rashi – Rav Shlomo ben Yitzchak of medieval France - has illuminated the world of Torah, earning him the esteemed title of "The Father of Commentators." With unrivaled clarity and grace, Rashi's commentary on the Torah has become an integral – and truly indispensable – part of Chumash study.

There are more people studying Torah today than ever before, and their level of knowledge and sophistication is higher than ever. They know that beneath the deceptively straightforward exterior of Rashi's commentary lies a depth that has captivated the intellects of esteemed talmidei chachamim for more than eight centuries, and they wish to dig a bit deeper, to understand not just what Rashi says, but the underlying concepts. They want to gain a deeper look into Rashi’s thought process and better understand those places where the commentators disagree with Rashi. What motivated Rashi with his specific remark? How does the wording in the Torah reveal Rashi's intent? To which passage in the Targum does Rashi allude?

This new series will take you to a whole new level of understanding of the foremost commentary on Chumash. It will satisfy scholar, student and layman alike, and will become recognized as the standard comprehensive treatment of Rashi.

The Elucidated Rashi on Chumash features:

  • An expanded translation and elucidation, written in a contemporary, readable style, and drawing upon the major commentaries on Rashi.
  • A short introduction to each Rashi, providing a preview of the topic.
  • Notes discussing “What’s bothering Rashi?”
  • Insights containing in-depth analysis of Rashi’s words.
  • Explanations of underlying concepts and deeper looks into those places where the commentators disagree with Rashi.
  • The Elucidated Rashi belongs in every Torah home. Regardless of your level of knowledge or scholarship, The Elucidated Rashi will enhance your understanding of the foundational Chumash commentary.
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For multiple choice questions on each Parsha go to https://chumashrashitests.com/#test

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