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Part 2 5 . There were only two other names above his on the page … ( lines 5-6 ) “ That’s strange , ” Billy thought to himself . ( line 8 ) 6 . Billy was sure now that he had seen the two names in the newspaper – in the headlines . ( lines 58-59 ) 7 . “ They’re upstairs – on the fourth floor , both of them together . ” ( line 62 ) 8 . “ I stuff all my little pets myself when they die . ” ( line 80 ) 9 . “ The tea was bitter . ” ( line 82 ) 10 . That’s good . Because later on , if I forget what you were called , then I could always come down here and look it up . ” ( lines 86-87 ) YOU AND THE STORY Billy Weaver did not suspect ( ) the landlady until the very end . When did you begin to realize that there was something strange about the bed and breakfast ? Bridging Text and Context Read the information about Roald Dahl’s short stories . How does it help you understand the story ? Roald Dahl ( 1916-1990 ) was a famous British writer . He wrote short stories , children and adult books , and plays . His books have sold over 200 million copies all over the world . Dahl’s short stories of suspense were so popular that they were made into a successful British TV series , Roald Dahl’s Tales of the Unexpected * . The series was shown for almost 10 years . * unexpected Post-Reading With a partner , choose a scene in the story and act out the conversation between Billy and the landlady . Reflection Answer the questions . 1 . What skill did you have to use to understand the end of the story ? Why ? 2 . Did you like the ending of the story ? Explain why or why not .

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