Mr. Slatin
Woodend
The Corner shop
Anna
100

Who was he?

The stranger. He was new in town
100

What was it like?

A quiet village. Not visited by many tourists.

100

Why were the villagers surprised one day?

Because Mr. Slatin opened a shop called The Corner shop.

100

Who was she?

A girl from the village. She became a shop assistant.

200

Why did he want to settle down there?

To start a business

200

Did The Corner Shop cause changes in the village?

Yes. It attracted tourists. 

200

What did Dave want to sell in that shop?

Products made by the villagers.

200

Was Anna in a relationship?

Yes, with Peter.

300

What did he look like? What was he like?

He was tall, with dark hair. The women thought he was handome.

He was polite and friendly.

300

David Slatin stayed in a hotel on his first visit to the village.

No, because there weren't any hotels. He stayed in a neighbour's house.

300

Were the people pleased with the idea of having  a shop in the village? What did they say?

Not everybody

300

What was Anna curious about?

She wanted to know more about the Special Order's room.

400

He was a religious man. 

No.

400

Where did the villagers do their shopping. Why?

In Lidney. There weren't many shops in the village.

400

Why did Dave say it was a good idea?

Because the people could sell their products in the shop.

400

Sometimes Anna visited Dave in his flat.

No, nobody ever went to his flat.

500
Dave's flat was in Lidney.

No, he lived in a flat in Woodend. It was above the shop.

500

Anybody could go in the Special Orders room.

No, it was always locked.

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