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Harry Potter comprehension exercises
skill building: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone comprehension
These exercises are from the discontinued Harry
Potter Comprehension Compendium. They are in Adobe
PDF (portable document file) format, which can be read by
any computer with the Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free
at the Adobe site.
Meanings (Chapter One)
Characters (Chapter Two)
Importance of Names (Chapter Five)
Analysis (Chapter Six)
ideas (Chapter Seven)
and Differences (Chapter Nine)
of Vocabulary: locomotor mortis (Chapter 13)
and Differences in characters (Chapter 15)
Log (Chapter 15)
Analysis - with example ( Chapter 16)
Note: These exercises are not approved
by J.K. Rowling or the publishers of Harry Potter and the
Sorcerer's Stone. They are separate works.
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