Reading Beauty and the Beast Chapters 1-5 Notes and Definiti
spell
a magic charm
grief
great sorrow
persuade
to convince
long for
when you really want something
conceal
something hidden
chandelier
a fancy light with many ornaments
hasty
another word for quick
selfish
concerned with only yourself
portrait
a painting of someone
soothe
to relax; make feel better
True
Merchants buy and sell things.
True
Beauty asked for a rose because it didn’t cost any money.

False
The merchant had 13 children.
False
Beauty’s sisters asked for money.
True
The children were used to having servants do all of their work.
True
The Prince told Beauty that she shouldn’t be deceived by the way things appear.
False
The garden was covered in snow.
False
The merchant found all of his expensive goods when he got back to his ship.

False
Beauty saw the Beast in her Dreams.
True
When Beauty said she would marry the Beast he turned into a Prince.
Because her rose had caused all the trouble.
Why did Beauty’s sisters blame her for what happened?
She thought it was her fault.
Why did Beauty feel she should go to the Beast’s palace?
His housed burned, he lost all of his ships, and the people who worked for him stole his money.
Name some things that went wrong for the merchant.

That the merchant would give him one of his daughters.
The Beast said that he would forgive the merchant under one condition. What was the condition?
The merchant had one month to see if one of his daughters would willingly come. If not he would belong to the Beast.
Explain the agreement between the Beast and the merchant.