Complete the following sentence. Oh, yes , Aubrey arranged for someone to be there to
photograph me. He thought…
e) ) it would help to collect a crowd
4.Complete the sentence: The main hero of the text “The T.V. Blackout” is...
e) Mr. Bufkins
XIII. Mind the text “The Filipino and the Drunkard ” by W. Saroyan, answer the question:
How did the drunkard explain his behavior? (He didn't like the fact that the Filipino was wearing good clothes .He was real American and didn’t want the Filipino stay among white people)
2.Complete the following sentence:The boy looked for a place to hide…
d) and rushed into the lavatory
3. Richards knew everything. All the way up Mr. Prosset fired questions on him and he fired answers right back.These sentences are from the text:
a)”Success Story” by J.G. Cozzens
4.Complete the following sentence: It was a sheer beauty …
a) of her face that took your breath away
XIV.Mind the text “The Dinner Party ”, by N. Monsarrat,answer the question:
Why did the author stress many times that the guests were close, valuable friends?
(It was hard to believe that real friends, close, valuable friends could do such a theft)
2Complete the following sentence :All along the …were manuscripts of his novels.
3Complete the following sentence: I didn’t want to sell the 30th section and ….
d) it’s hanging now in our living-room
4.Complete the following sentence: There was a bell over the door that rang whenever…. entered.
XV. Mind the text “The Dinner Party ”, by N. Monsarrat, answer the question:
Why did the boy think it was a joke when the ring had disappeared?( He still thought that it could only be a practical joke, and that one of guests – probably the prince himself – would produce the ring with a laugh, because the guests were close, valuable friends)
2.The book said that he suddenly stopped painting at 53 and lived in a villa in Rivera. He hadn’t
painted anything in a dozen year and was heard to say he would never touch the brush again.The main character of the text is…
3.Complete the following sentence: I had no idea who …was
4. Towards the end of a wonderful dinner, when dessert had been brought in and the servants had left, my uncle leant forward to admire a magnificent diamond ring on the princess’s hand. These sentences are from:
c)”The Dinner Party”
XVI.Mind the text “Fair of Face”, by C. Hare,answer the question:
Why did the author say that Aubrey and his fiancée knew their job when he came to the opening of the exhibition? (The author had to admit that they knew, their job when he came to the opening of the exhibition a few months later. They had gathered in treasures of every sort from all over the county and arranged them admirably. The jewel of the show was, of course, the great Titian)
2. Complete the sentence: Clifford was… …
3.The boy kept squeezing politely out of the drunkard’s way , hurrying through the crowd , and saying anything and trying his best to be as decent as possible. The main character of the text is:
4. Deborah Franklin was beautiful in the grand, classic manner. She didn’t look in the least like a film star or a model. But looking at her you forgot everything. It was the sheer beauty of her face that took your breath away. These : sentences are from the text:
e)”Fare of Face”
17. Mind the text “Fair of Face”, by C. Hare,answer the question:
Why didn’t the author expect Deborah to be a clever girl?
(With looks like that, it would be asking too much to expect anything startling in the way of brains, and the author found Deborah, a trifle dull. She was of course well aware of her extraordinary good looks, and was perfectly prepared to discuss them)
2.Complete the sentence The Book said that he suddenly stopped painting ... and lived in a villa in Rivera.b) at 53