Mark the sentences T (True) or F ( False). 11. A Spaniard stole an Indian's horse .

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11. A Spaniard stole an Indian's horse .

12. The Indian however found the thief and demand­ed the horse to be returned to him .

13. The Indian applied to the court and witnesses couldn’t testify that it was his horse.

14. The judge didn’t decide the case in the Indian's favor.

15. He gave up the habit of taking bribes .

Choose the correct answer

16. But the judge of the court was

d) a bad man

e) a good man

f) a wise man

17. The judge used to take

d) horses

e) bribes

f) lessons

18. The judge punished the Spaniard

d) for theft.

e) for bribe

f) for crime

19. The Indian invented a trick how to deceive

d) the judge.

e) the thief

f) the horse

20. It was

d) a good lesson for the good judge.

e) a bad lesson for the bad judge

f) a good lesson for the bad judge

III Ask 4 types of questions to the sentence The Indian applied to the court.

Card13

A Case on the road

In the old days a number of people were travelling from Bristol to London. During the long journey the passengers became friendly and didn't hide anything from each other. When the conversation turned upon robbers, a man told he had ten guineas in gold but didn't know where best to hide them. A woman advised him to put them into his boots..

Later on really a robber stopped the coach and demanded the money. Then to the astonishment of all others, the woman who had advised to hide her neigh­bour's money in his boot said: «I have no money, but this man has ten guineas in his boot». «The robber took the ten guineas and left. The robbed man began to accuse the woman of being in league with the robber. But the woman said: «Wait till London and I'll explain the thing to you».

When they came to London she told that she had had a large sum of money with her and that she had told the man's secret to turn the robber's attention from her. She begged now to excuse her and awarded the man with one hundred pounds.

Mark the sentences T (True) or F ( False)

11. During the long journey the passengers didn’t become friendly and hide everything from each other

12. A woman advised him to put them into his boots.

13. Later on really a robber stopped the coach and demanded the money.

14. A woman told the robber that this man had ten guineas in his boot.

15. When they came to London she begged and awarded the man with one hundred pounds.

Choose the correct answer

16. A robber stopped the coach and demanded

d) the money

e) boots

f) jewelry

17. A man has

d) ten guineas in his boot.

e) ten dollars in his boot



f) ten pounds in his boot

18. The robbed man began

d) to accuse the woman.

e) to praise the woman

f) to beg the woman

19. The woman told that she

d) had a large sum of money.

e) hadn’t any money.

f) had little money.

20. She wanted to turn

d) the robber's attention from her.

e) the passenger’s attention from her.

f) the woman’s attention.

III . Ask 4 types of questions to the sentence The robber took the ten guineas and left.

CARD 14

Not a robber

A young man was going from the railway station. It was a dark night and there was nobody in the street. He was walking as fast as he could when suddenly he heard that somebody was following him. The faster he went, the faster the man behind him followed him. The man decided to turn into a side-street. After some time he looked back and saw that the other man was still following him. «That man behind me wants to rob me», thought the first man and seeing a high wall around a garden jumped over it. The other man jumped over the wall too. Now he was quite sure that this man was a robber, but he couldn't under­stand why the robber was not in a hurry to attack him.

The man didn't know what to do. Then he turned round and said: «What do you want? Why are you following me?»

«I'm going to Mr. White and the man at the station told me to go after you because Mr. White lives next door to you. Excuse me please but will you have some more jumping tonight or will you go straight home?»


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