READ CHAPTER 2
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Highlight in yellow (or any color you like) words in the book that you do not understand. Look up the word and write its meaning in the margin of your book. Here are some words that are possibly new to you.
Listen to Chapter 2 being read to you in English: https://www.ximalaya.com/waiyu/3963574
READ ALOUD to your tutor
Page 1 of Chapter 2
“Good evening,” said Lucy. But the Faun was so busy picking up its parcels that at first it did not reply. When it had finished it made her a little bow.
“Good evening, good evening,” said the Faun. “excuse me — I don’t want to be inquisitive — but should I be right in thinking that you are a Daughter of Eve?”
“My name’s Lucy,” said she, not quite understanding him.
“But you are — forgive me — you are what they call a girl?” asked the Faun.
Last paragraph in Chapter 2
“I’m here,” she shouted. “I’m here. I’ve come back. I’m all right.”
DISCUSS with your Tutor
- How do you think C.S. Lewis is trying to make us feel by using the phrase “always winter, but never Christmas”?
SHARE with your Tutor
What day of the year is Christmas? Do you celebrate Christmas in China?