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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Chapter 17

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 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Chaper 17: Augustus Gloop Goes up the Pipe
Fill in the gaps (word/part of a sentence/full sentence). I've typed only Mr Wonka's dialogues. Dots regard omissis.

…‘Oh, no! Please, Augustus, please! I beg of you not to do that.!’

…’Augustus…you must come away  my chocolate!’

…’Keep calm!…Keep calm, my dear lady, keep calm. There is no danger! No danger whatsoever! Augustus has gone on a little journery, . A most interesting little journey. But he’ll come out of it just fine

…’Impossible! ! ! ! He could never be made into marshmallows!’

... Because that pipe doesn’t go anywhere near it! That pipe – the one Augustus went up- happens to lead directly to the  chocolate-coated fudge…’

…’He’ll be


…’I wouldn’t  it!

…’Because the would be …. Just imagine it! Augustus-flavoured chocolate-coated Gloop! !

…’Nor do I… And I do promise you, madam that your  .'

…’Now listen to me!…I want you to take Mr and Mrs Gloop up to the Fudge Room and help them to find their son, Augustus. He's just

…’Oh, do be quiet!…Control yourself! Pull yourself together! Mrs Gloop doesn't think !’

…’Go straight to the Fudge Room…and when you get there, take a long stick and  inside the big chocolate-mixing barrel.  you'll find him in there.But you’d better look sharp! You’ll have to hurry! If you leave him in the chocolate-mixing barrel too long, he’s liable to get poured out into the fudge boiler, and that really , ? My fudge would become quite !

…’ I didn’t mean it. Forgive me. I’m so sorry. Good-bye, Mrs Gloop! And Mr Gloop! ! I’ll see you later…’