Matilda Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Why does Miss Trunchbull lock kids in The Chokey in Matilda?

Question 2 2. In the book Matilda, what character is responsible for putting the newt in Miss Trunchbull's water pitcher?

Question 3 3. What is so scary about The Chokey in Matilda?

Question 4 4. In Matilda, how does Mr. Wormwood think his customers should be treated?

Question 5 5. Which type of figurative language is used in this quote? ''She (Miss Trunchbull) had an obstinate chin, a cruel mouth and small arrogant eyes.''

Question 6 6. Which story element reveals most of the adults in Matilda were mean to the children?

Question 7 7. Why does Matilda get thrown into The Chokey in Matilda?

Question 8 8. In the book Matilda, why do Matilda's parents flee town?

Question 9 9. Symbolism is:

Question 10 10. Which is NOT an example of a simile?

Question 11 11. In Chapter 12 of Matilda, what did Miss Trunchbull need each class to have when she came to teach a lesson?

Question 12 12. In Chapter 6 of Matilda, what did Mrs. Wormwood have to do to get Mr. Wormwood's hair back to its normal color?

Question 13 13. In Chapter 4 of Matilda, what does the family do when they think there is something in the dining room?

Question 14 14. In Chapter 11 of Matilda, why did Miss Trunchbull want to punish Bruce Bogtrotter?

Question 15 15. In Chapter 21 of Matilda, where are the Wormwoods moving to?

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