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Question 1: Jill Murphy's ________ stories.
The Worst Witch (TV movie)The Worst Witch (TV series)The Worst WitchMildred Hubble (The Worst Witch)

Question 2: In the United States, boarding schools for students below the age of 13 are called junior boarding schools, and are not as common and not as encouraged as in the United Kingdom and ________.
Lok SabhaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 3: ________'s novel Jeremy at Crale (1927)
Joseph ConradThomas HardyW. Somerset MaughamHugh Walpole

Question 4: There is also a huge boarding-school genre literature, mostly uncollected, in British ________ and serials from the 1900s to the 1980s.
ComicsComic stripComic bookAmerican comic book

Question 5: ________'s Jennings series of children's stories (from 1950)
Anthony BuckeridgeCharles Hamilton (writer)Billy BunterBBC Radio

Question 6: A boarding school is a ________ where some or all pupils not only study, but also live during term time, with their fellow students and possibly teachers.
SchoolCollegeElementary schoolGymnasium (school)

Question 7: Ludwig Bemelmans' ________ series of children's picture books (1939-present)
Tom and JerryMadelineChristopher PlummerMadeline (1998 film)

Question 8: In some countries, such as ________ and Sri Lanka, a number of state schools have boarding facilities.
NauruAustraliaUnited KingdomNew Zealand

Question 9: ________'s novel Stalky & Co (1899)
George Bernard ShawNobel Prize in LiteratureKnut HamsunRudyard Kipling

Question 10: Boarding schools and their surrounding settings and situations have become a genre in ________ with its own identifiable conventions.
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomBritish literature
















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