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Matilda-59 (the end of the chapter)

Matilda-59 Explanations

Matilda-58

Matilda-58 Explanations

Matilda-57

Matilda-57 Explanations

Matilda-56

Matilda-56 Explanations

Matilda-55

Matilda-55 Explanations

Matilda-54

Matilda-54 Explanations

Words from Matilda-54:

An Assembly-Hall
An Assembly-Hall
A cage with a cobra
A cage with a cobra
An outrageous sandwich
An outrageous sandwich
The whole hog
Go the whole hog! Help yourself!
A ridiculous haircut
A ridiculous haircut
A riding crop
Legs apart and a riding-crop in her hand
A stink of garbage
A stink of garbage
An upturned face
An upturned face
A sea of faces
A sea of faces

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Words from Matilda-55:

Brigands
Brigands
A crok
A crook
A highwayman
A highwayman
A rapier
A rapier
A safecracker
A safecracker
A terrier dog
A terrier dog
A thief
A thief
A wary eye
A wary eye
A wary eye
Stockings hung about the ankles

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Words from Matilda-56:

Shrivelled leaves
Shrivelled leaves. All their juices dried out
A diameter of a circle
A diameter of a circle
The Law
It is the Law to obey!
milk-froth
Froth over the cup of milk
An oven
It's an oven. Bake me a cake, bakers-man!
A shriveled apple
A shrivelled apple
Smaking against a thigh
She kept smacking against her thigh
An inhabitant of the underworld
An inhabitant of the Underworld

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Words from Matilda-57:

arsenic
It might even be arsenic in the cake
castor-oil
...Or probably a castor-oil.
Pepper
Peppers. Piter Piper picke a pack of picled peppers.
tight-lipped
He is also tight-lipped. He has pressed his lips tight.

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Words from Matilda-58:

This boy is confident.
This boy is confident.
He has gathered his confidence.
And this lad is distressed
And this lad is distressed.
You can see signs of distress in him.
Something was very funny and she is gigling now
Something was very funny and she is gigling now.
Gills and Fins
As you know, fish have not only gills, but they also have fins.
It's one more word for you to study - a FIN.
Here are gills of a fish.
Here are gills of a fish.
She has put her hand on her hips.
She has put her hand on her hips.
He has put his hand to his throat.
He has put his hand to his throat.
In this place fish have gills.
A well
It is a well to get water.
The spelling is the same like "Ah, well. No matter what you say..."

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Words from Matilda-59:

They are cheering – they are crying 'Bravo!'
They are cheering – they are crying 'Bravo!'
They are clapping their hands.
They are clapping their hands.
A contest - a competition
A contest - a competition.
He is leaping on a chair. But why?
He is leaping on a chair. But why?
A picture of molten lava
A picture of molten lava.
A dogged perseverance - to go or to die.
A dogged perseverance - to go or to die.

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