The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Chapter 9
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The Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe Chapter 9
Question #1: Find the antonyms for the words above. Your answer should look like this : 1. dodging - a)xxx

1. decent
a)respectable
b)inadequate
c)suitable
d)fitting

2. reckoned
a)considered
b)supposed
c)guessed
d)knew

3. cruel
a)kind
b)nasty
c)vicious
d)ruthless

4. spoils
a)improves
b)ruins
c)destroys
d)impairs

5. schemes
a)plans
b)chaos
c)plots
d)ideas

6. relief
a)break
b)help
c)respite
d)pain
Question #2: Why hadn't Edmund eaten dinner at the Beaver's house?
Question #3: What were some excuses he made up about the White Witch in his own mind?
Question #4: How does Edmund justifies going to the Witch's house?
Question #5: What did Edmund say the first thing he planned to do once he was King of Narnia?
Question #6: What did Edmund find inside the courtyard of the Witch's castle?How did he feel?
Question #7: What silly thing did he do to recover from how he was feeling?
Question #8: Describe the White Witch's reaction to Edmund's arrival.
Question #9: Outside the Queen’s castle Edmund sees many animal statues, including a lion on whom he draws a mustache and spectacles, in order to make fun. Still, he doesn’t “get any fun out of jeering at it.” What does this suggest about Edmund? Your answer should be detailed explanation about his character trait.
Question #10: Why do you think Edmund was determined to go to the Witch even though he knew deep down that she was evil? Discuss about his motivation and character traits in this question.
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