The Secret Garden Chapter 18
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The Secret Garden Quiz Chapter 18
Question #1: What does Martha's mother mean when she says, "th’ two worst things as can happen to a child is to never have his own way-or always to have it”?
Question #2: What metaphor does the author use in Chapter 18 to explain how the garden grows more and more beautiful?
Question #3: Read this passage from Chapter 18.

"Can I trust you? I trusted Dickon because birds trusted him. Can I trust you—for sure for sure?" she implored.

The word implored most likely means ________.
Question #4: A good title for Chapter 18 could be_________.
Question #5: What prediction can the reader make about the influence of the garden on the events that are taking place in the story?
Question #6: What changed to make Mary trust Colin enough to tell him that she had found the secret garden?
Question #7: How are Mary and Colin alike?
Question #8: Read the sentence from Chapter 18.

You smell like flowers and—and fresh things…

What figurative language is used above?
Question #9: Read this sentence from Chapter 18.

And she was so un-hysterical and natural and childish that she brought him to his senses and he began to laugh at himself and a few minutes afterward she was sitting on her stool again telling him not what she imagined the secret garden to be like but what it really was, and Colin's aches and tiredness were forgotten and he was listening enraptured.

What is the synonym/s for the word "enraptured" used in the sentence above?
Question #10: Read the sentence from Chapter 18.

When he was very much interested he often spoke quite broad Yorkshire though at other times he tried to modify his dialect so that Mary could better understand. But she loved his broad Yorkshire and had in fact been trying to learn to speak it herself. So she spoke a little now.

Choose the synonym/s for the word "modify" used in the sentence above.
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