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Chapter 1 Part 3

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Part 3 (10min)

 

A

1.''Grandma! How could you?''

2.You find all sorts of nice things in sticks of raw celery,' the old woman went on. 'Sometimes it's earwigs.'

3.'I don't want to hear about it!' cried George.

4.'A big fat earwig is very tasty,' Grandma said, licking her lips.

5.'But you've got to be very quick, my dear, when you put one of those in your mouth.

6. It has a pair of sharp nippers on its back end and if it grabs your tongue with those, it never lets go.

7.So you've got to bite the earwig first, chop chop, before it bites you. '

 

B

1.George started edging towards the door.

2.He wanted to get as far away as possible from this filthy old woman.

3.'You're trying to get away from me, aren't you,' she said, pointing a finger straight at George's face.

4.'You're trying to get away from Grandma.'

5.Little George stood by the door staring at the old hag in the chair.

6.She stared back at him.

 

C

1.Could it be, George wondered, that she was a witch?

2.He had always thought witches were only in fairy tales, but now he was not so sure.

3.'Come closer to me, little boy,' she said, beckoning to him with a horny finger.'

4.Come closer to me and I will tell you secrets.'George didn't move.

5.Grandma didn't move either.

6.'I know a great many secrets,' she said, and suddenly she smiled.

 

D

1.It was a thin icy smile, the kind a snake might make just before it bites you.

2.'Come over here to Grandma and she'll whisper secrets to you.

3.George took a step backwards, edging closer to the door.

4.'You mustn't be frightened of your old Grandma,' she said, smiling that icy smile.

5.George took another step backwards.'Some of us,' she said, and all at once she was leaning forward in her chair and whispering in a throaty sort of voice George had never heard her use before.

 

E

1.'Some of us,' she said, 'have magic powers that can twist the creatures of this earth into wondrous shapes .

2.'A tingle of electricity flashed down the length of George's spine.

3.He began to feel frightened.'

4.Some of us,' the old woman went on, 'have fire on our tongues and sparks in our bellies and wizardry in the tips of our fingers .

 

F

1.'Some of us know secrets that would make your hair stand straight up on end and your eyes pop out of their sockets.'

2.George wanted to run away, but his feet seemed stuck to the floor.

3.'We know how to make your nails drop off and teeth grow out of your fingers instead.'

 

G

1.George began to tremble.

2.It was her face that frightened him most of all, the frosty smile, the brilliant unblinking eyes.

3.'We know how to have you wake up in the morning with a long tail coming out from behind you.'

4.''Grandma!' he cried out.'Stop!''We know secrets, my dear, about dark places where dark things live and squirm and slither all over each other .

 

H

1.George made a dive for the door.

2.'It doesn't matter how far you run,' he heard her saying, 'you won't ever get away.'

3.George ran into the kitchen, slamming the door behind him.


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