Study Guide for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Test Review Chapter 1-11 Quizzes Be able to answer these questions



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Study Guide for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Test
Review Chapter 1-11 Quizzes

Be able to answer these questions:

  1. What do the children do on rainy days?

  2. Who does Lucy meet in Narnia? What is his problem?

  3. Who does Edmund meet? What does she offer him?

  4. Why does Edmund lie about not being in Narnia?

  5. What is the weather like in Narnia? Why?

  6. How do Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy all wind up in Narnia at the same time? Explain.

  7. What do the children decide to do after leaving Tumnus’ cave?

  8. Who is Aslan? How do the children react to the mention of his name?

  9. List the gifts Father Christmas gives the children.

  10. How does the Professor respond when the children told him about their journey?


Characters

Know about the characters (i.e who they are and what did they do in the novel)

Lucy Pevensie Mr. Tumnus

Edmund Penvensie Mr. and Mrs. Beaver

Susan Pevensie Mrs. Macready

Peter Pevensie The Professor

Aslan Maugrim

The White Witch Father Christmas

Giant Rumblebuffin
Review Chapter 1-17 Questions

These can be found on website and in your binder.


Study Chapter 12-17 Vocabulary

Chapter 12- Chapter 17



Word


Definition


pavilion

a light, usually open building used for shelter, concerts, exhibits, etc.,


victim

a person who suffers from a destructive action


solemn

Unsmiling; serious




triumph

a significant success





forfeit

a fine; penalty.




dismay

To alarm or to break down




awkward

Lacking skill; clumsy




resistance

he opposition offered by one thing, force, etc., to another.




summon

to call upon to do something specified.




savage

Fierce or cruel; unpolished or angry




shrill

high-pitched and piercing in sound quality:

miserable

unhappy, uneasy, or uncomfortable:


incantation

the chanting or uttering of words purporting to have magical power.


traitor

a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust.



stag

an adult male deer.


vile

Highly offensive; unpleasant


apparently

Open to view; visible


prodigious

extraordinary in size or amount


concealed

to hide; to keep secret; cover or keep from sight


dungeon

a strong, dark prison or cell, usually underground, as in a medieval castle.



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