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During the meeting, which he has called in chapter five, Ralph scolds the boys for several reasons, such as... Their failure to carry out tasks that they have agreed to do, such as fetching water from the river, build huts and keep the signal fire lit. He also criticizes them for not using the appointed place as a lavatory.

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Ralph chides the boys for not helping out with the chores, leaving the signal fire unattended, not using the designated toilet pits, etc.

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Q: In Lord of the Flies chapter 5 why does Ralph scold the boys?
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