Matilda

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What is Matilda accused of by Miss Trunchbull?

Causing the glass to fall over

Why does Matilda want to talk to Miss Honey?

To share a secret about the glass incident

What is Matilda known for in the story?

Being bright, intelligent, and gifted

Why does Matilda remain quiet and thoughtful in the classroom?

She couldn't keep a gigantic secret bottled up inside her

What does Miss Trunchbull accuse Matilda of doing with the glass of water?

Causing the glass to fall over

Why does Matilda want to talk to Miss Honey?

Matilda wants to confide in a wise and sympathetic grown-up about the incident with the glass and the newt.

What does Matilda do when the glass falls over and the newt lands on Miss Trunchbull?

Matilda remains at her desk, quiet and thoughtful.

What does Matilda struggle with before confiding in Miss Honey?

Matilda struggles with keeping the secret bottled up inside her.

What does Miss Honey do when Matilda asks to talk to her?

Miss Honey becomes instantly alert and ready to listen to Matilda.

How does the text portray Matilda's intelligence and character?

The text portrays Matilda as bright, intelligent, gifted, and thoughtful.

Test your knowledge of Roald Dahl's classic novel "Matilda" with this quiz based on an extract from the book. See how well you remember the story of Matilda's magical abilities and her encounters with the formidable Miss Trunchbull.

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