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Pollyanna Activity

Pollyanna Activity

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Pollyanna
Activity Book 
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Chapter I 
A. QuestionsAnswer the following questions about Chapter 1 using fullsentences.
1. Why was Miss Harrington in a hurry?2. Why was Miss Harrington’s niece coming to live with her?3. Who was Old Tom?4. How old was Polly Harrington when her sister got married?5. Why did Nancy open the windows in the room?6. Who went to get Pollyanna at the station?7. Who did Pollyanna think Nancy was at first?8. Why was Pollyanna excited that her aunt was rich?
B. True or FalseRead these sentences about the story. Decide if they are true or false.
TrueFalse1.Miss Harrington was very happy that her niece wascoming to live with her.2.Nancy thought that Miss Harrington was a nicelady.3.Jane Harrington married a poor minister and movedto another city.4.Polly Harrington never married.5.The small room had very little furniture in it.6.Miss Harrington was angry because a fly was in theroom.7.Miss Harrington was sad that she couldn’t meetPollyanna at the station.32
Contents
Activities to chapter 1: Pollyanna’ Arrival..........................................3Activities to chapter 2: The Glad Game.............................................Activities to chapter 3: Mrs Snow and Mr Pendelton.......................12Activities to chapter 4: Jelly and Red Rose.......................................16Activities to chapter 5: Mysterious Lovers......................................21Activities to chapter 6: The Accident .............................................25Activities to chapter 7: Open Window............................................30Key: .................................................................................................34© Mediasat Poland Bis 2005Mediasat Poland Bis sp. z o.o.ul. Mikołajska 2631-027 Krakówwww.czytamy.plczytamy@czytamy.plISBN 83 - 89652 - 29 - 3
 Wszelkie prawa do książki przysługują Mediasat Poland Bis. Jakiekolwiek publiczne korzystanie w całości, jak i w postaci fragmen-tów, a w szczególności jej zwielokrotnianie jakąkolowiek techniką, wprowadzanie do pamięci komputera, publiczne odtwarzanie,nadawanie za pomocą wizji oraz fonii przewodowej lub bezprzewodowej, wymaga wcześniejszej zgody Mediasat Poland Bis.
 
8.Nancy helped with the washing and cooking.9.Miss Harrington had a large house with many treesaround it.10.Pollyanna and her father had a lot of money.
C. Multiple ChoiceChoose the answer (a, b or c) which correctly fits the empty spacesin the sentences below.
1. Miss Polly Harrington finished reading a letter and entered the.................. .a) attic b) kitchen c) station2. “When you are done with the washing, go to the .................. andprepare the small room there.”a) attic b) garden c) kitchen3. “As a good person knowing my .................., I am going to raise thatchild.”a) duties b) reasons c) purpose4. Nancy knew for sure from that cold .................. of voice that PollyHarrington wasn’t expecting her niece with an open heart.a) level b) tone c) way5. Then she went to the .................. to talk to Old Tom, the gardener.a) city b) field c) garden6. Twenty-five years ago Jane fell in love with a poor .................. .a) gardener b) minister c) mistress7. Miss Polly was the only living .................. of the Harringtons’ bighouse.a) mistress b) minister c) gardener8. “Didn’t you know that they cannot be opened when there are no.................. on them?”a) screens b) doors c) covers9. “The .................. states that Pollyanna will be wearing a red dress andstraw hat.”a) notice b) letter c) telegram10. “So I will have all the nice things in my room then - the ..................,pictures, curtains.”a) floor b) furniture c) carpet
D. Fill The GapsFill the gaps in the sentences with the correct word from the boxbelow.
poor lonely slender poorly calm inhuman freckled straw1. Nancy noticed that Miss Harrington was not .................. like herusual self.2. Nancy was muttering to herself about how .................. and stiff PollyHarrington was.3. Polly Harrington was living a sad and .................. life.4. The room, though clean, was .................. furnished.5. Pollyanna was wearing a red dress and .................. hat.6. Nancy knew that the .................. girl was Pollyanna.7. Pollyanna had an eager, .................. face.8. “We were .................. and couldn’t afford such things.”
E. CollocationsMatch the words on the left to the words on the right.
on thefresha sharpa coldan opento raiseheartspotairvoicea childtone of voice54

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