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What respects were the two girls different from each other?
The two girls were as different as cheese and chalk. Bertha was a bright, pretty and popular girl. She was the favourite of her classmates and teachers. Grace was a serious and a quite girl.
Why was Grace dressed as she was?
How did Bertha celebrate the good news she had received?
What do we learn about the aunt from what Grace says about her?
What do you think is meant by the statement ‘Mary and Lou and Lil are girls after your own heart’?
What made Grace wistful?
Did Bertha think it was a good idea for Grace to work at Clarkman’s all summer?
You are not strong, and you need a good rest. a. Who says these words and to whom? b. Why did the person being spoken to need a good rest? c. What had this person been planning to do during the holidays?
When did Bertha decide that it would be a good idea to send Grace to her aunt’s in her place? How and why did she come to this decision?
Don’t think me ungrateful. a. Who says these words, how, and to whom? b. Why might the speaker appear to be ungrateful?
I shall have to manage this affair very carefully. a. Who says these words and to whom? b. What was the affair that had to be managed carefully? c. What did the speaker plan to do in order to ‘manage this affair carefully’?
From what Grace and Aunt Meg say in their letters, what clues are there to indicate that Grace really was having a good time staying with Aunt Meg?
Would you say that Bertha really was a ‘good angel’? In what way was her sacrifice worthwhile?
‘True friends are not the ones who make your problem disappear. They are the ones who don’t disappear when you are facing problems.’
Write character sketch of Bertha and Grace.
‘Sacrificing your happiness for the happiness of the one you love is by far, the truest type of love.’

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