"A Note About Witches" – "Summer Holidays"
1. How does the narrator say "real witches" dress in "A Note About Witches"?
(a) In black hats and cloaks.
(b) In suits of invisible armor.
(c) In top hats and suits.
(d) In ordinary clothes.
2. The narrator claims in "A Note About Witches" that this story is NOT what?
(a) A mythology.
(b) A drama.
(c) A fairy tale.
(d) A true story.
3. How are the houses described that "real witches" live in, in "A Note About Witches"?
4. What does a "real witch" spend all her time plotting, according to the narrator in "A Note About Witches"?
(a) How to get rid of all the adults in her territory.
(b) How to get rid of the children in her territory.
(c) How to obtain magical potions.
(d) How to rise to the throne of the Grand High Witch.
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