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    Charlie and the chocolate factory

    Charlie and the chocolate factory

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    1. Mr Wonka's job : he is a .

    2. How many people will be allowed to visit his factory ? (a number written in letters)

    3. There's something to have to be received a private tour of the factory : a

    4. Who will they be guided by ? (name & family name)

    5. What did Charlie buy with the dollar found in the street ? two

    6. Find the adjective describing the social situation of his family :

    7. What would they have used the extra dollar for ?(one word)

    8. Find the word showing that the factory makes people talk : There are

    9. 'true' means 'vrai' => what's the English for 'vérité' ? (it's in the text)

    10. Find the translation of : 'Pour Charlie, la vie ne sera plus jamais la même' : .

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