Table of Contents
- 1 What does Percy think the yarn-cutting means does Grover seem to agree?
- 2 What did Grover tell Percy?
- 3 Why does Percy get angry at Mr. Brunner?
- 4 What leads Percy to believe that grove and Mr. Brunner think he’s in danger?
- 5 What emotion does Percy convey?
- 6 Why was Percy Jackson expelled from Yancy?
- 7 What did Grover see at the fruit stand?
- 8 What did Percy see at the fruit stand?
What does Percy think the yarn-cutting means does Grover seem to agree?
Does Grover seem to agree or not? Percy: Grover does this yarn-cutting means that someone is going to die? Grover did not actually give an answer but he looked very sad.
What did Grover tell Percy?
Dodds is, but Percy does know that Grover is bluffing when he hesitates on the subject. Later during the school-year, Percy overhears Grover talking about him with Mr. Brunner. Grover reveals that he is Percy’s “protector,” which irritates Percy as in Percy’s eyes he has been the one protecting him.
How does Grover interact with Percy?
Percy Jackson and the Olympians While Percy sleeps, Grover is able to transmit images of his location to Percy’s dreams and communicate with him. At the end of the book, Grover offers to have the link removed, explaining that it could kill Percy if Grover died, but Percy convinces him to leave it.
Who does Grover speak with as Percy eavesdrops?
In chapter 1, Percy tried to protect his best friend, Grover, from Nancy. However, in chapter 2, Grover becomes Percy’s protector. The change begins when Percy eavesdrops and hears Grover talking about him with Mr. Brunner.
Why does Percy get angry at Mr. Brunner?
Percy gets angry at Mr. Brunner because he pushed Percy to hard. Percy gets in trouble with Mrs. Dodds because water has soaked Nancy Bobofit and I think it is not his fault.
What leads Percy to believe that grove and Mr. Brunner think he’s in danger?
What leads Percy to believe that Grover and Mr. Brunner think he’s in danger? He overhears them talking about worry about Percy’s well being. How does Percy say he’s different than the other kids at Yancy Academy?
Why did Percy’s mom tell him to go without her Grover?
What does percy’s mom tell him to do when they get out of the car when the car crash happened and why does percy disobey? Percy’s mom tells him to run and he doesn’t because he’s not leaving his mom behind. Percy mom tells him to stay but instead he runs so she can get crushed by the minotaur.
What is the main idea of chapter 4 Percy Jackson?
Chapter 4 of The Lightning Thief shows Percy Jackson facing a number of physical and mental challenges, including coming to terms with the admission that Grover is a satyr, getting into a car accident, fighting a Minotaur, and watching his mother disappear before his very eyes.
What emotion does Percy convey?
So, Percy has mixed feelings when he talks to his father: awe, sadness, pride, respect, and finally, a measure of joy.
Why was Percy Jackson expelled from Yancy?
He got into more fights. He got kicked out of Yancy. What caused Percy to get expelled (kicked out) of Yancy? He cheated on his Tom Sawyer paper.
Why did Mr. Brunner stop talking and check the hallway?
Why did Mr. Brunner stop talking and check the hallway? Mr. Brunner heard a noise.
How does Percy tell Grover about the yarn?
Educators go through a rigorous application process, and every answer they submit is reviewed by our in-house editorial team. Percy witnesses some old ladies at a fruit stand bring out a pair of scissors, large and apparently symbolic, having previously watched them knitting a pair of what seemed to be enormous, electric-blue socks.
What did Grover see at the fruit stand?
He then sees them cut the yarn. Later, Grover asks Percy what he saw at the fruit stand, and Percy, puzzled by Grover’s strange behavior, says that he saw the middle of the three old ladies bring out a pair of scissors and cut the yarn.
What did Percy see at the fruit stand?
Percy witnesses some old ladies at a fruit stand bring out a pair of scissors, large and apparently symbolic, having previously watched them knitting a pair of what seemed to be enormous, electric-blue socks. He then sees them cut the yarn.
What does Mr Brunner say to Percy Jackson?
Mr. Brunner tells him that the knowledge is the difference between life and death. Also, he likes Mr. Brunner and wants to well for him. After the Latin test, what do you think Mr. Brunner was trying to say to Percy? Mr. Brunner was saying Percy would be safer if he left Yancy Academy. He wasn’t a normal kid.