The Landlady by Roald Dahl. This is a pre-reading activity to introduce you to some vocabulary, places, and events you’ll be reading about. Billy Weaver thinks he is going on a business trip but…. What is a landlady?.
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This is a pre-reading activity to introduce you to some vocabulary, places, and events you’ll be reading about. Billy Weaver thinks he is going on a business trip but…
A woman who runs an inn or rents rooms to people. “Landlady” often refers to an older woman who is generally friendly.
Located in the south of England, Bath was a popular vacation spot, especially in the past. People often visited for the spas and to “take in the water.” The following slides show the city of Bath.
Suddenly, in a downstairs window that was brilliantly illuminated by a street lamp not six yards away, Billy caught sight of a printed notice propped up against the glass in one of the upper panes. It said BED AND BREAKFAST. There was a vase of yellow chrysanthemums, tall and beautiful, standing just underneath the notice.
The following quote from the story shows Billy’s first sight of the Bed and Breakfast, or inn / hotel.