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An explanation of chapter 5 of Gulliver Travels including Vocabulary , translated text as well as translated questions

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  • 2. Chapter (5) Vocabularygiants breathe the public ‫ر‬ ‫ا‬drop fresh air ‫ه اء‬ a nut ‫ز‬ /surely ‫!آ‬ tiny ‫ا‬ ً # $% exhausted &lucky ‫ )( ظ‬prepare /* at least . +‫-, ا‬blanket / 0 puppet ‫)#آ‬ ‫ د‬hire # !closely ‫ 3 #ب‬perform ‫5دي‬ skeleton , ( .6 ‫ه‬branches ‫ 9#وع‬guard ‫)#س‬ Queen 6-handkerchief . nearby ;# bow ,)enormous <=> dolls , ‫د‬ Majesty ( / =9size < ? inn # $% ‫9 ق‬ pieces A0rats ‫#ان‬C9 advertise 3- clap DE The text with translation I was in a room full of giants and a baby giant had just dropped me some ten metres from the ground. The fall would surely have broken my neck, but I was lucky. I did not hit the hard floor but landed in a soft blanket which the mother held around the baby. When I landed in the blanket, the children laughed loudly again, and even the baby joined them. Only the farmer seemed to realise I could have been killed. He picked me up and looked at me closely to see if I was hurt. It was strange to see his face so close. When he smiled at me, I could see great big lines in his skin and his hairs looked like the branches of small trees. Did I look like this to the little people of Lilliput? The farmer then said something to his wife and he went outside. The wife carefully picked me up and carried me to a bed, where she put me down with a handkerchief over my legs. When she left me, I suddenly realised how tired I was. ‫ا رض، وه‬ ‫ات ا ات‬ ‫أر ع‬ ! " #‫$ وأ‬ %& # # ("‫آ‬ (*+‫ا 6 آ 3( <آ&0 ; ,: ُ"$ ، و ," آ"( 8765 ص ا3" 2 أ1*0م .رض ا - + و ," ه‬،‫ ى‬A‫ ا ! ل -6ت ل ة أ‬D8E ، &3 *+ ‫ا‬ ٍ (*+‫آ 3( ا.م ? >6ل ا * ، و "0 ه‬ 3 &3 *F ‫، ا $*" و37 ا‬G ‫ا , ان أ‬ ُ ‫ آ ن‬I3‫ ادرك أ‬L$# ‫+0و ان ا ح‬N ،2? (,8E &E ‫و> ا * ا‬‫*6ط آ+& ة‬A (N‫ب، # "0 ا :2 ، رأ‬ I?Q‫+ً أن أرى و‬N ‫ب & ى اذا آ"( 0 ُ1+(، $0 آ ن‬ ‫أ‬‫ & &+6ت‬V +:" ‫ آ"( ا 0و ه, ا‬G‫& ة، ه‬W- ‫ ر ا‬XT ‫ أ# ع ا‬GY ‫+0و‬N T ‫ وآ ن‬I # UE‫و‬‫ ن‬N ; ‫ 8 ص و> " ا‬Q‫و‬Z ‫ رج، ا $* " ا‬U ‫ ا ا‬V‫ وذه‬I Q‫&%ً ا زو‬T ‫& ؟ ]2 ل ا ح‬W- ‫ا‬ .ً+ ("‫<ة ا أى 0ى آ‬X# ( ‫آ " ، أآ‬ 0" ‫، و‬F 0 GN0" ( E‫ " وو‬E‫>&_ و‬ 2
  • 3. I slept well but dreamt of my family, which made me feel very sad when I woke up some hours later. I looked around me and found that I was alone on an enormous bed in a giant room. The bed was perhaps eight metres high and I did not know how to get down to the floor. I thought about calling out to the farmers wife, but my voice would be too quiet for anyone to hear through the great thick door to the room. Suddenly I saw two rats, the size of two large dogs, running across the floor and towards the bed. When they saw me, they easily jumped up onto the bed and began to attack me. One succeeded in holding onto my sleeve with its teeth, which were the size of swords. I held up my knife to defend myself and succeeded in hurting the rat, which gave a loud cry as it quickly let go and ran away. Its horrible friend looked surprised, then worried, and followed it off the bed and then out of the room through some hole that I could not see.‫ا : ت، 37 ت‬ 0 (7$& ;‫0 "0 ا‬N0 ‫ن ا‬Z8 T‫ " أ‬Q ‫ ، وه ا‬a ( > "", ‫&0ا‬Q ( 3 ً2 ‫+ ً ] 3& أ ر و‬N $ N : ‫، آ ن أر ع ا‬ # # 2UE N ; ‫>6 وأدرآ( أ3" آ"( و>0ى‬‫,6ن‬N ‫ ا ح -6ت ل، و , 16 ;6ف‬Q‫ل ا ا رض، #, ت # ان أ3 دى زو‬Z3‫ ا‬b&‫أ ف آ‬ ٍ‫2 آ + ن‬X> # ،‫( #<ران‬N‫<ة رأ‬X#‫0ً، و‬Q D& : ‫ # ا‬W ‫: " + ب ا‬N ‫ أن أ>0 ;6ف‬Q‫0ا 0ر‬Q ً d U" ‫ا‬ ً‫ :?6 و 0ءا‬N : ‫ ، "0 رأو3 ، 1 0ا ا ا‬N : ‫?& 3 >& ا‬X ‫ # و‬W ‫& ا‬E‫ ون + ار‬XN ،‫آ+& ان‬ g#‫2 ا :&6ف، أ :,( :,&" , أدا‬X> # (3 ‫ ا آ‬I3 ";< ‫ أآ‬D: N ‫ أ>0ه أن‬fX3 ، 3 Q ?N‫ 6ر‬Z ‫ ا‬I$N01 ‫ #? ب أ‬V‫ ه‬N I ‫آ‬ ‫ و; ن‬N‫ 0و‬A 1 h !‫ أ>0ه وا ى ا‬N‫8( # أذ‬X3‫3 : و‬ . ‫ أن أراه‬g* ;‫2 أ‬ 8#‫ ل‬A # W ‫ رج ا‬A 2] ‫ و‬N : ‫ #6ق ا‬I + ‫#$0 0ا "0ه ً، ]2 $ ً، وا‬ When the farmers wife entered the room a few minutes later, she looked very surprised to see me sitting on the bed with a knife. Through signs I tried to explain what had happened. She seemed to understand, and took me outside into the garden so I could breathe some fresh air. That evening, the farmers daughter, Glumdalclitch, who was nine years old, helped her mother to prepare a tiny bed for me. They put the bed on a low shelf inside a cupboard, which was to be my bedroom for the time I stayed with these people, a place that was safe from any rats. The young girl loved sewing, and she made me clothes and dressed me like a doll. Within a few days she had made me seven shirts and four pairs of trousers. She also taught me her language by pointing to things and telling me what they were called. She was very kind and called me Grildrig, a name that all her family used for me. I later found out that the name means "puppet". ‫ و‬N :‫ا‬ ً: Q " ‫0ا "0 رأ‬Q ( ‫، أ30ه‬ha ‫ د‬gd 0 # W ‫ ا ح ا ا‬Q‫ ( زو‬A‫"0 د‬ ًD $N08 ‫ رج # ا‬U ‫ " ا ا‬A‫+0و أ3? #? (، وا‬N ،‫ ح >0ث‬T‫ رات > و ( ان أ‬T ‫ ل ا‬A ‫;,&" ، و‬ ‫ه‬ ‫، وا آ ن‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q ،‫ا ?6اء ا "$ ، و# ه ا ا : ء ( ا " ا ح‬ k " ‫أن أ‬ (",GA‫دا‬ U" ‫رف‬ N : ‫ 6ا ا‬E‫ ، ]2 و‬Q‫أ‬ ‫0ا‬Q &W1 N ; Z&?X # ? ‫ ;"6ات، : 0ة أ‬g: ً(3 ‫أى #% ان، آ‬ ً" m ً3 , ‫ ء ا " س، وآ ن‬o‫ ه‬g ‫0ى‬Q‫دو ب، وا ى ;&,6ن # 36 أ]" ء و ( 6ا‬ +; ( "1 ‫ م‬N‫ أ‬gd ‫ ل‬A‫ ا 0 & ، و‬GY " :+ ‫ وا‬k ُ ( "1‫& ! ، و‬U ‫ ا‬V8 ‫& ة‬W- ‫ا +"( ا‬(3 ‫: 63?2، آ‬N ‫+ رى ذا‬A‫& ء وا‬T ‫ رة ا ا‬T ‫ ل ا‬A 2? W ًdN‫" أ‬ 0$ ،‫ "* 63 ت‬g ‫- ن وأر‬ 3
  • 4. ‫0 أن ه ا‬ &# ( ‫" دا ، أآ‬ a ‫ أ# اد ا‬G‫ آ‬I 0U ;‫، وه6 ا ;2 ا ى ا‬pN‫ 0ر‬N Q "N‫0ا وآ 3( " د‬Q +&! ً ." & ‫ " "د‬N 2; ‫ا‬ ُ After a few weeks, all the farmers neighbours had heard that he had found a tiny human that could speak and walk and do what he was asked. One day, an old man who was a friend of the farmer arrived and asked to see me. So the farmer put me on his kitchen table and told me to talk to the farmer. "How are you, sir?" I said to the old man. "Im very pleased to meet you." Then I did what he asked me to do: I walked up and down and named the objects that he pointed to in their language: "Thats a chair. This is a table, and thats a window."V *ُ G #‫و‬ N ‫ ا , م وا‬I", N &W1 ‫0 إ3: ن‬Q‫ و‬I3‫& ان ا ح 0 ; 6ا أ‬Q G‫، آ ن آ‬g& ;‫ أ‬gd 0 ‫و‬s+* ‫ة ا‬Z& ‫ا‬ ‫ " ا ح‬E‫ و‬D ، 3‫ ا‬N ‫ أن‬V !‫ح و‬ ً$N01 ‫6ز وآ ن‬X GQ‫ ر‬G1‫6م و‬N ‫، ذات‬I" ( # D ‫." و 0 ذ‬Da $ ‫0ا‬Q ‫ ;&0ى؟ ا3 : ور‬N ،D > b&‫6ز: "آ‬X ( ،‫ ا ح‬g 2 , ‫ " أن أ‬V !‫و‬ ًD ‫ة، و‬Z& ‫ا‬ ‫ آ ; ، ه‬D ‫ ?2: "ذ‬W ?& ‫ ر ا‬T‫& ء ا أ‬T ‫ ً و; &( ا‬N‫: &( ذه ً وإ‬I #‫ " أن أ‬V ! ".‫3 # ة‬ The old man put on his glasses to see me better, but when I looked at him I thought that his eyes look like two giant moons seen through two enormous windows, and this made me laugh. The old man looked angry. "Why is this little man laughing at me? Does he think hes being clever? He shouldnt be so rude." he said to the farmer. Although the farmer tried to explain why I was laughing, he did not look happy. "Well if hes so clever, you should make him work so that you can earn some money from him." The farmer thought about this. "How can I do that?" he asked. "Why dont you take him to the market? There are plenty of people there who would pay good money to see this little man walking and talking." Unfortunately, the farmer agreed. "You know, thats a really good idea. Its market day tomorrow. Ill take him there and do what you suggest." N ‫+? ن‬ "& ‫""( ان‬E I& ‫"0 37 ت ا‬ , ‫، و‬Gd#‫$ أ‬N !] 3‫ ا‬N , I ‫6ز 37 ر‬X ‫ ا‬gE‫و‬ " U:N ‫ح: " ذا‬ ‫6ز و ل‬X ‫ ا‬Vd ،D8E‫ " أ‬Q ‫& ، وه ا‬ & #3 ‫ ل‬A ‫اه‬ &‫أن ا ح‬ 2 ‫ا‬ ‫,6ن ? ا 6 > ." و‬N ‫ أن‬I W+"N ‫ ه ً؟‬I: 3 7N G‫& ؟ ه‬W- ‫ه ا ا 3: ن ا‬ ‫ا‬ , G N I X ‫ أن‬VXN ‫0ا‬Q ‫ ً، ">:" ً، ان آ ن ه ا‬dN‫+0و ; &0ا أ‬N 2 ،D8E‫ ح ذا آ"( أ‬N ‫> ول أن‬ ً ً ً0Q6N ‫ ا ا :6ق؟‬A< G " "‫ ه ا؟‬G #‫ أ‬b&‫ا ل وراء ." #, ا ح # ه ا، ]2 : ءل: "آ‬ V:,h#‫ وا‬v8 ‫ , 2." و :6ء ا‬N‫و‬ N &W- ‫ وا ه ا ا 3: ن ا‬N , ‫&0ا‬Q ً ‫0# 6ن‬N ‫ا " س ه" ك ;6ف‬ ً &Y‫آ‬ ".‫ $ ح‬G #‫ ه" ك وأ‬A‫6م ا :6ق، ;6ف ءأ‬N ‫&0ة >$ ً، 0ا‬Q ‫ 2 أن ه #, ة‬G‫ا ح: "ه‬ ً When Glumdalclitch heard about these plans, she was very worried about me. "Father, what if the people at the market are cruel to Grildrig? Theyll want to pick him up and play with him. They might break his arms or drop him! I dont want him to perform to strangers." "Hell be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him!" said the farmer. "Let me come with you, then. I can be Grildrigs guard, to check that people dont hurt him." "Very well." said the farmer. 4
  • 5. Glumdalclitch looked pleased to hear her father agree. The next day, the farmerand Glumdalclitch put me in a small wooden box for the half-hour ride to themarket in a nearby town. The box had three small holes in it for me to breathe, and also so I could look out. Although Glumdalclitch had put some of her dolls soft blankets on the floor of the box, it was a very uncomfortable journey for me. The horse went about fourteen metres with each step and the box moved so much that I felt as if I was on a ship in a storm. &&; ‫0ا <3 : "أ ، ذا 6 آ ن ا " س # ا :6ق‬Q $ (8+1‫ أ‬L*U ‫ ? ا‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q ( ; 0" ً‫$6م ? ا‬N ‫0 أن‬N‫، أ3 أر‬I36*$:N ‫ أو‬I ‫,: ون ذرا‬N ‫، ر‬I ‫ +6ن‬N‫8 6 و‬N ‫0ون أن‬N N ‫، ;6ف‬pN‫ 0ر‬N Q g ‫!" "د " إذا ءأ‬I ً I&"X"; ‫ #, ى # ا ل ا ى‬L$# ، &U ‫ ء" #$ ل ا ح: ";&,6ن‬W ‫ه ا أ م ا‬(3 ‫0ا" آ‬Q 0&Q" :‫ذو " #$ ل ا ح‬oN ‫ ء ا " س‬o‫، > أ <آ0 أن ه‬pN‫0ر‬N X ‫ ,"" أن أآ6ن > رس‬N ،D ً‫ # 1"0وق‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q‫ " ا ح و‬E‫ ; &0ة "0 ; ( 6ا#$ وا 0ه ، و# ا &6م ا ، و‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q،k " ‫ ورة، آ ن -"0وق ] ث # 8 ت , أ‬X "N0 # ‫ ; رآ6 ً ا ا :6ق‬b-3 ‫& 0ة‬W1 + A " ‫ا +* !& ا‬ ( E‫ و‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q ‫أن‬ 2 ‫ا‬ ‫ رج، و‬U 7" ‫ا‬ , ‫ , أ‬D ‫وآ‬‫ 41 ا‬g*$N ‫ة ":+ ، آ ن ا 8- ن‬ً 8N & > ‫& ا -"0وق، آ 3( ا‬E‫أر‬ 0 1U‫ا‬ ُ . 1 ‫ ت آ 6 أ3" آ"( # ; &" أ]" ء‬T "3‫ أ‬Q‫& ا 0ر‬Y‫ 8 ك آ‬N ‫*6ة، وآ ن ا -"0وق‬A G‫# آ‬ ً Finally we arrived at an inn next to the market, where the farmer asked a friend to advertise what he had inside the box: a tiny human who could say things and perform for the public. I was put on a table in the largest room inside the inn. Glumdalclitch sat on a low stool next to me, to look after me and to tell me what to do. The farmer allowed thirty people at a time to come into the room to see me. My job was to welcome the people when they came into the room, and I walked up and down when I was asked. I answered Glumdalclitchs questions using the words that I knew. "Whats your name?" she said. "My names Gulliver, although my friends here call me Grildrig." The 5
  • 6. people watching laughed at this. "How high can you jump?" asked Glumdalclitch. "I can show you." I answered, and jumped as high as I could. Again the people laughed.:‫ ا -"0وق‬GA‫ دا‬IN0 N ‫ أن‬I hN01 ‫ ا ح‬V ! ‫6ار ا :6ق، وه" ك‬X ‫ل‬Zُ ‫ و1 " ا‬N ?" ‫و# ا‬ 3GA‫ة # أآ+ # دا‬Z& ‫ا‬ E‫ ه& ، 2 و‬X ‫& ء أ م ا‬T‫ أ‬G N ‫& ء و‬T‫$6ل أ‬N ‫ أن‬g&* :N &W1 GQ‫ر‬‫، آ ن ا ح‬G #‫ذا أ‬ 3 +U , ‫و‬ " , ،‫6ارى‬X 8N : ; ‫آ‬ l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q (: Q ،‫ل‬Zُ ‫ا‬"‫ 6ن‬A0N 0" ‫ " س‬V>‫ # & و3 ، آ 3( و5& ه أن ار‬W ‫ 6ا ا‬A0N ‫ ة أن‬G‫-ً آ‬UT ‫ ]6ن‬Y f :N‫0 ً ا , ت‬U : l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q %;‫أ‬ V&Qُ ("‫، آ‬D ‫ " ذ‬V *ُ 0" ً N‫ذه ً وإ‬ ‫أ‬ N ‫ # ، وأن أ‬W ‫ا‬"pN‫ 0ر‬N Q 3‫" دو‬N "‫ ه‬a 01‫أن أ‬ 2 ‫ا‬ ، Q ;‫؟" "أ‬D ;‫ا ا أ #? ، ( : " أ‬: ? +Q‫؟" أ‬Z $ ‫ أن‬D", N ‫: "ا أى أر ع‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q " <; ،‫ه ا‬ 3‫ ? دو‬N ‫ آ 36ا‬N ‫ ا " س ا‬D8E .‫ ى‬A‫ ا " س ة أ‬D8E‫، و‬g&* ;‫أ‬ ‫ت أ‬Z ‫" و‬DN‫ ,"" أن ُر‬N" ِ ‫أ‬ "Now tell me, can you name the things in this room?" This I did, pointing to the objects around the table. "Thank you. Finally, say goodbye to the good people who have come to see you." "Goodbye everyone, and thank you very much for your visit!" I cried, as the people were shown from the room. People in the market soon heard all about the amazing little human inside the inn, and more and more people wanted to see me. Although the farmer stopped people from going too close to me, once a school boy threw a nut at me. It was the size of a large rock and it nearly hit my head. It would surely have killed me, and I was pleased to see that the boy was sent out of the room.‫& ا ا.;& ء ا >6ل‬T‫ # ؟" # ( ه ا وأ3 أ‬W ‫? ا‬ ‫& ء ا‬T.‫ أن آ أ; ء ا‬D", N G‫+ 3 ، ه‬A‫ن ا‬y‫"وا‬‫ ر " س‬YN ‫ أ 6ا & وك" و &" آ ن‬N ‫ ا ا $ ء " س ا *&+& ا‬Gُ N ?" ‫، و# ا‬D ‫, اص‬T" ،‫ة‬Z& ‫ا ا‬ z&T ‫ ا " س # ا :6ق آ‬g ; ‫ ر ,2" و; ن‬N‫ز‬ ً NZQ ‫, ا‬T‫ & ً، و‬Q ‫ وج (: "ا ا $ ء‬U ً‫ ا " س‬g" ‫أن ا ح‬ 2 ‫ا‬ ‫، و‬I N‫ # رؤ‬Y‫ وأآ‬Y‫ أ3 س أآ‬V‫ل، ور‬Zُ ‫ ا‬GA‫ دا‬G‫& ا ه‬W- ‫ا 3: ن ا‬ "،‫ ة آ+& ة‬U1 2X> # (3 ‫6ز ا ?"0، آ‬Q ‫0ا " ، ذات ة ر 3 أ>0 أو د ا 0ارس 6ا>0ة‬Q ‫اب‬ً ‫ا‬ . # W ‫( ا 6 0 ُ* د ا‬N‫آ0 أ3? آ 3( ; $ " ، وآ"( ; &0ا "0 رأ‬o ‫+ً أ1*0 ( أ; ، ا‬N $ ‫و‬ N ً 6
  • 7. During my time in that room, I was shown to twelve different groups of people and did the same things for each group. When my work was finally finished, I was exhausted. The farmer put up a sign saying that we would return the next day, but I was so tired when I got back to the farmer’s house that I had to rest for three days. However, even at the farmer’s home I could not rest completely. All the farmer’s neighbours had now heard of me, and each day, people paid the farmer to come and see me in his home. There were at least thirty people in his house at any time, usually other farmers with their wives and children of all ages.k" ( ‫ا"س و‬ U 6X "]‫ # ، ( وض ا م أ‬W ‫ ا‬D # I &d ‫ا]" ء ا 6 ( ا ى‬ # ‫ ا ح # $6ل أ3" ;" 6د‬gE‫0ا، و‬Q ً+ ("‫& ً، آ‬A‫أ‬ ‫ا‬ ? 3‫ 6 ، و "0 أ‬X G‫& ء أ م آ‬T.‫ا‬ ] ] ‫ ا ا ا> 0ة‬Q > # ("‫ أ3" آ‬Q‫0ا "0 03 ا &( ا ح 0ر‬Q ً+ ‫ا &6م ا ، و ,"" آ"( آ‬ ًg#‫ن، ود‬y‫& ان ا ح " ا‬Q G‫ آ‬g ; 0$# ،‫ً > # &( ا ح‬ fN ;‫ أن أ‬g* ;‫ ه ا، 2 أ‬g ‫ م، و‬N‫أ‬‫، دة‬I & # ً-UT ‫] ]6ن‬ً G$N 0Q6N ‫، # اى و ( آ ن‬I & # 3‫ و‬N‫< 6ا و‬N , ‫ح‬ ‫ا"س‬ .‫ر‬ ‫ ا‬G‫?2 # آ‬a " ‫ ?2 وا‬Q‫و‬Z N Am &> # ‫آ 36ا‬ The farmer was very happy because he was now getting a lot of money, and he decided it would be a good idea to take me to all the cities in the land so he could show me to even more people. He packed all the things necessary for a long journey, and on 17th August 1703, the farmer, Glumdalclitch and I set off for the capital city. It was about three thousand kilometres from the farm where I had stayed to the capital, and I was carried in the box which Glumdalclitch had now filled with many more of her dolls soft blankets to make it more comfortable. ‫ 3 ا‬A<N ‫&0ة أن‬Q ‫ا ل، و ر أ3? ; ,6ن #, ة‬ &Y, ‫ا‬ G-8N ‫ن‬y‫ ا‬I3. ‫0ا‬Q ‫آ ن ا ح ; &0ا‬ ً ً g : ‫ ، و# ا‬N6! >‫ ا ر‬N‫ ور‬d ‫& ء ا‬T.‫ ا‬G‫ آ‬Z?Q 0$# ، Y‫ ا3 أ3 س اآ‬N , 2?E‫ ا 0ن # ار‬G‫آ‬ ‫ ا ا 1 ، $0 آ 3( ا : # >6ا‬l &, ‫ 6 0ا‬Q‫ م 3071، أ3* $" أ3 وا ح و‬k*:‫? أ‬Tl & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q I % ‫ #&? ا ا 1 ، و 0 > ( # 1"0وق‬l& ‫ر ا آ"( أ‬Z ‫ا‬ ُ 6 &‫0003 آ‬ . >‫ را‬Y‫ ا -"0وق أآ‬G X , 0 1 U ‫ا‬ ُ " ‫0ا ا +* !& ا‬Q &Y, ‫ه ا ة‬ ً The farmer planned to show me in all of the towns and some of the villages that we passed on the way to the capital. We stopped at eighteen large towns, many small villages and even some private houses. Perhaps understanding that this was exhausting for me, Glumdalclitch often told her father that she was tired and wanted to rest during the journey. Then she would take me out of the box to give me some air, sometimes spending some time teaching me more of their language. She also liked to show me where we were travelling. I saw many enormous buildings and five or six rivers that were wider than the Nile.0$ ، 1 ‫ ا ا‬hN * ‫ر3 ? # ا‬ ‫ا$ ى ا‬ #‫ ا 0ن و‬G‫" # آ‬E N ‫ح ان‬ ‫ ا‬L*A 0$l &, ‫ 6 0ا‬Q G ‫ 1 ، و‬U ‫ا +&6ت ا‬ >‫& ة و‬W- ‫0 ا $ ى ا‬N0 ‫" آ+& ة وا‬N0 &3 ] # " 6 7
  • 8. (3 ‫ أ]" ء ا > ، ]2 آ‬fN : ‫+ وا 0ه أ3? + و 8 ج أن‬U ‫آ 3( ?2 أن ه ا آ ن ه$ً #, 3( ارًا‬،2? W 0NZ ‫" ا‬ (6‫ا‬ d$ (3 ‫ا ?6اء وأ>& 3ً آ‬ "&* , ‫ا -"0وق‬ "Q U ‫ أو ;( أ3? ر وا‬k A‫ و‬Ud ‫ا + 3 ا‬ &Y, ‫( ا‬N‫ 38 : # ون، رأ‬N‫" أ‬N ‫ أن‬V8 ًdN‫وآ 3( أ‬ .G&" ‫ 3? ا‬g;‫آ 3( او‬ After ten weeks, we finally arrived in the capital city, which was calledLorbrulgrud. The farmer found a hotel in the main street, not far from theKing’s palace, and put up signs to advertise what I could do. He hired a room inthe hotel with a huge table in the middle where I could perform. And so Iappeared every day before the people of the capital. Thanks to Glumdalclitch’slanguage lessons, I could now understand everything the people said, and Iknew they were all amazed and happy to see me. The farmer continued to earnlots of money, but unfortunately, the more he earned, the more he wantedpeople to see me. He did not realize how tiring I found the work. After a fewweeks, I had lost a lot of weight and felt ill and tired. The farmer saw that Ilooked like a skeleton and was worried I would die. But luck was with me,because just when I thought I could not work another day, a servant arrivedfrom the palace and said that the farmer should go at once to show me to theQueen.‫0 ا ح #"0 ً # ا رع‬Q‫ د، و‬X ‫& ا ا ا 1 ، وآ ن أ; ? 6ر و‬A‫، و1 " أ‬g& ;‫ة أ‬ ً 0‫ # # ا "0ق‬Q< ;‫، ا‬I #‫ ,"" ان أ‬N & ‫ # ت‬gE‫، وو‬D ‫- ا‬ ‫ &0ا‬k& ، :&a ‫ا‬ ًGd ‫6م أ م ;, ن ا 1 ، و‬N G‫ ,"" أن أ 6م .دوار، وه, ا آ"( أ5? آ‬N _&> ?*;‫ة آ+& ة # و‬Z& ‫ا‬‫ & ?2 آ 36ا ه6 & و; 0اء‬Q ‫ ا " س، و #( أن‬I 6$N z&T G‫، أ1+8( أ#?2 آ‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q W ‫دروس ا‬ 3‫ ا‬N ‫ أن‬Y‫ آ اراد أآ‬Y‫ أآ‬g Q ‫، آ‬v8 ‫ا ل، و , :6ء ا‬ &Y, ‫ ا‬g Q # ‫ا ح‬ ;‫ ، ا‬N‫ؤ‬‫ ت‬T‫& ا وز3 و‬Y‫: ت آ‬A ،g& ;‫ أ‬gd 0 ‫ +ً، و‬G ‫0 ه ا ا‬Q‫0رك ا اى 0ى آ"( أ‬N 2 6?# ،‫ا " س‬ ً # ‫ آ ن‬v8 ‫ ا 7 وآ ن $ً أ3" 0 أ 6ت، و , ا‬G,&? ‫ ا‬I+T‫ ا ح ا3" أ1+8( أ‬v> ،V ‫ض وا‬‫ أن‬VXN ‫ا $- و ل أن ا ح‬ ‫ دم‬A G1‫ ، و‬Am ‫ &6م‬G ‫ أن ا‬g&* ;‫أ‬ "3‫ "0 5""( أ‬I3. ، 1 . , ‫" أ م ا‬E & ‫ # ا 8 ل‬V‫ ه‬N It was a short journey to the enormous palace, where I bowed down to theQueen of the country. "Im very pleased to meet you." I cried. She smiledwhen she saw me and then asked me some questions about my own land andseemed very interested in my replies. "I see." she said. "You are clearly anintelligent person despite your size. Perhaps youd like to live here,in the palace, with the King and my family?" "Thats a very kindoffer." I said. "However, I belong to the farmer. I would be happy tolive with you, but only if the farmer agrees to it." The farmer, knowingthat I was ill and thinking that perhaps I would soon die, immediately said thathe would be happy to sell me for a thousand pieces of gold. The Queen clapped 8
  • 9. her hands. "Go and get me the money he needs." she called, and soonservants arrived carrying coins that the farmer happily took from them. I thenbowed down again. "Im very happy now that youre my owner." I said."Can I ask one small request? Would you mind letting me keepGlumdalclitch as my teacher? Shes been very kind to me and hastaught me all I know about your country.""D $ 0& ; 3‫2، >&_ ا38"&( ا م , ا + د، ]2 (: "أ‬Ud ‫$0 آ 3( ر> -& ة ا ا $- ا‬:( 2] ،‫0ا دودى‬Q ? ‫0ى ا.1 وآ 3( +0و‬ ً %;.‫ا‬ " <; 2] " ‫ا : ( "0 رأ‬D ‫ ا‬g ، -$ ‫ ه" ، # ا‬l& ‫ ا‬Gd ‫، ر‬D X> 2 ‫| زآ‬UT D3‫ أ‬fE‫ا 6ا‬ ،D ?#‫"أ‬ , ‫ ,2، و‬l& ‫ح، ;<آ6ن : ورا أن أ‬ ً D 3<# ،‫ ه ا‬g ‫0ً، و‬Q V&! ‫ ؟" ( ? : "ه ا ض‬a ‫و‬ ‫ا‬‫ ;&,6ن‬I3‫+ ً، ل # ا 8 ل أ‬N ‫ و5 أ3" ر أ 6ت‬N "3‫0رك أ‬N ‫ ا ح" و.ن ا ح آ ن‬h#‫ إذا وا‬L$#"‫ا ل ا * 6ب‬ ‫ وا‬d>‫ 0001 * ذه+& , 1 $( ا , و3 دت: "أذه+6ا وأ‬G $ " &+N ‫; &0ا ان‬ ً0& ; 3‫ ى و (: "أ‬A‫ ه ا ح : دة، ]2 أ38"&( ا3 ة ا‬A‫8 6ن ا دن ا أ‬N 2‫0م وه‬U ‫ ا‬G1‫ ً و‬N ;‫و‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬X ‫> ظ‬ 8 : ‫ 3 أن‬G‫& ؟ ه‬W1 V ! V !‫ ,"" أن أ‬N G‫ &, ، ه‬D3‫ن أ‬y‫0ا ا‬Q ِ ً ".2‫0آ‬ ‫ أ ف‬G‫و " آ‬ ‫0ا‬Q +&! (3 ‫؟ $0 آ‬ ً ‫آ‬ The Queen asked the farmer if this was possible, and he agreed, happy that his daughter had a good job in the palace. Glumdalclitch, too, was very excited by this news. "Well, its time I said goodbye to you." said the farmer, looking at the big bag of money in his hand. "Youre a lucky little man, youll be well looked after here." he said to me. I bowed as he left, but did not say anything to him. "Why didnt you say goodbye to him?" the Queen asked me when the farmer had gone. I told her how hard he had made me work, how he had only wanted to make money from me, and that my health had suffered because of this. "Hes only sold me to you because he thinks Ill soon die. But Im sure youll help me to get better and that my life will be much improved."، -$ ‫&0ة # ا‬Q &5‫و‬ ( -> 0 I " ‫ وآ ن ; &0ا أن أ‬h#‫;< ( ا , ا ح 6 ان ه ا ,"ً، #6ا‬ ً0$ ،ً":>" : 0N # ‫"7 # >$&+ ا ل ا ,+& ة‬N 6‫+ ، ل ا ح وه‬U ‫ ً : ورة ? ا ا‬dN‫ أ‬l & , ‫ 6 0ا‬Q (3 ‫آ‬ 0" (&"83‫&0ة ه" " ا‬Q $N * D N " ‫ 2 ا‬N ‫& 876ظ، ;6ف‬W1 GQ‫> ن ا 6 ( . 6ل ا ا $ ء، أ3( ر‬‫+ ? ا أى‬A‫؟" أ‬I ‫ ا ا $ ء‬G$ 2 ‫ ا ح: " ذا‬V‫، ;< " ا , "0 ذه‬I ً%&T ‫ أى‬G ‫ در، ,"" 2 أ‬V+: ‫ ، وأن 18 ; ءت‬a‫ورا‬ ‫ ا ل‬g XN ‫0 أن‬N N L$# ‫، وا اى 0ى آ ن‬G ‫ +" # ا‬N ‫0ى ن‬ &> ‫" أن أ 8: وأن‬N0 : ‫ ;6ف‬D3‫<آ0 ا‬ ِ "", ،ً+N ‫ 5 أ3" ;6ف أ 6ت‬I3. L$# " 0$ " :‫ه ا‬ ".‫& ا‬Y‫;6ف 8: آ‬ ً Although I could not speak her language very well, the Queen understoodall that I said and smiled. She picked me up and carried me carefully to theKing, who was in another room in the palace. When the King saw me, he looked 9
  • 10. at me in surprise. "Whats this? Why have you brought me a toy?" hecried. So the Queen asked me to tell him all about my life, which I did. TheKing had had a very good education and knew everything about mathematicsand the history and geography of his land. He could not believe that what I toldhim was true. "I believe that clever farmer has tricked you into givinghim money." he said to the Queen. He looked at me angrily. Had I made anenemy already? " >‫( وا : (، ا $ *" و‬ G‫0اً، #? ( ا , آ‬Q ‫&0ة‬Q ‫ ? -6رة‬W 2 , ‫ أن ا‬g* ;‫2 ا3" 2 ا‬‫0ه و1 ح: " ذا‬ 73 D ‫3 ا‬m‫ ى # ا $- ، و "0 ر‬A‫ ا ى آ ن # # ا‬D ‫8 ص ا ا‬2& ‫ ذو‬D ‫، آ ن ا‬I # ‫>& ، وه ا‬ z&T G‫+ آ‬A‫ ! +( " ا , أن أ‬D "‫ ت + أ! ل؟‬d>‫أ‬‫ آ ن‬I I +A‫-0ق أن أ‬N ‫ أن‬g* :N 2 ، 0 &#‫ ا‬WQ‫ و‬sN‫& ت و ر‬E N‫ر‬ z&T G‫ ف آ‬N ‫0ً، وآ ن‬Q 0&Q ‫ا‬ ‫؟‬G ‫0وا‬ ( "1 G‫. ه‬VdW F ‫ ا ل" 37 ا‬I&* D 0A 0 ‫ح‬ ‫, : "أ $0 أن ا‬ ‫>$&$&ً، ل‬ Questions and Answers1 – Why was not Gulliver hurt when he fell to the floor? or How was helucky? ‫؟‬ ! ‫ا رض؟ او آ آ ن‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ذى‬ ‫ذا‬ Because he didnt hit the hard floor, but landed in asoft blanket. " # " # $% &‫#" *$ م % ر+ " ا * " و ) ه‬2 – What did Gulliver see when the man looked at him closely? ‫0 / . ب ) %3 2/ ( ؟‬ ‫ا "ا‬ # ‫ذا راى‬ He saw big lines in his skin and his hairs looked likebranches of a tree.‫0 أ? ع ا ;@ ر‬B ‫رأي 9$ ط آ ة ? %> =< وآ ن ;2 : و‬3 – Where did the farmers wife take Gulliver? ‫؟‬ ‫ح‬D ‫ت زو " ا‬G9‫ا / ا‬ She took him to the bed and put a handkerchief over his legs. .< . 0 J2+‫ و‬K L M ‫و " ا‬I ‫ ا‬A‫ا‬4 – What did Gulliver dream of? ‫؟‬ <% L ‫ذا‬ He dreamt of his family and he felt sad . IL ‫ =" و آ ن‬M % L5 – How big was the bed? ‫ ؟‬N ‫@ ا‬L ‫آ آ ن‬ It was about eight meters high. ‫ ا 8 ا 3 ر‬L " =‫آ ن ا ر‬6 – Why didnt Gulliver know how to get down to the floor? ‫ار+ " ا !@ ة؟‬ ‫ل ا‬I ‫آ‬ ‫2 ف‬ ‫ذا‬ 10
  • 11. Because the bed was enormous (8 m)(‫ )8 ا 3 ر‬Q+ ‫ آ ن‬N ‫ن ا‬7 – What did Gulliver think of to get down? ‫ل؟‬I ) " ? )? ‫ى‬G ‫ا‬ He thought of calling out to the farmers wife. ‫ح‬D ‫زو " ا‬ ‫?) ? ان دى‬8 – Why didnt he call out for the woman? ‫ا اة؟‬ ‫دى‬ ‫ذا‬ Because his voice would be too quiet so no one wouldhear him.ً ‫ 2 < ا‬N ‫ ف‬M L‫ً ا ر " أن أ‬U Q ‫ ف ) ن‬M "= S /) ‫و‬ ً9 – Why wouldnt anyone hear Gullivers voice? ‫؟‬ V N ‫ ان‬L /) ‫ذا‬ Because the door was thick X M ‫ ?" آ ن‬W ‫ن % ب ا‬10 – What did he see on the floor? ‫ار+ " ا !@ ة؟‬ ‫ذا راى‬ He saw two rats of the size of two large dogs. N ‫ " ا‬L # / [@3 ‫ ?" و‬W ‫@ آ ن آ ان، @ ون ار+ " ا‬L ? ،‫ران‬Y? ‫رأي‬11 – What did the rats do? ‫ر /؟‬Y ‫ ا‬D2? ‫ذا‬ They jumped on the bed and began to attack Gulliver. ‫ أآ‬XN ‫ ه أن‬L‫، #@] أ‬ ‫ن‬ [ ‫و% ءا‬ N‫ا‬ ‫2 ا ا‬S12 – What did the teeth of the rat look like? They were the size of swords‫ ف‬N ‫@ ا‬L ? J# ‫ #< ا 3 آ‬M‫أ‬13 – How did Gulliver defend himself? ‫"؟‬N # / V?‫آ دا‬ He used his knife and could hurt a rat then the tworats escaped. ‫ ه وه ب ا ^ ن‬L‫ %" ) ح( ا‬S‫) 3" و = )/ / ا‬M ‫ م‬Q3M‫ا‬14 – Why was the farmers wife surprised when she entered the room? ‫ ا !@ ة؟‬J 9‫د‬ ‫ح‬D ‫ زو " ا‬J>‫ذا ده‬ Because she saw Gulliver sitting on the bed holding his knife. " )N % )N ‫ و‬N ‫ا‬ ًN ‫رأت‬15 – How did Gulliver try to explain what happened? ‫ان > ح‬ ‫ ث؟‬L‫ ول‬L ‫آ‬ He used signs. ‫ م ا ; رات‬Q3M‫ا‬16 – Where did Gulliver get fresh air? ‫ا [ اء ا $ `؟‬ 0*L / ‫ا‬ In the garden when the woman took him there."=G9‫ا‬ " !‫? ا‬17 – Who was Glumdalclitch ? ‫؟‬a3 ) ‫ا‬ ‫/ه‬ She was the farmers daughter and she was nine yearsold. ‫ه‬ / "2M 3 ‫ ا‬b = J# ‫ح و آ‬D ‫ه ا% " ا‬18 – What did the wife and her daughter make for Gulliver? ‫؟‬ @ [3 %‫ح و ا‬D ‫ زو " ا‬J 2? ‫ذا‬ They made him a tiny bed . ‫ ا‬WS ‫ ا‬M < 2 S19 – Where did they put the bed? ‫ ؟‬N ‫ا / و+2 ا‬ They put it on a low shelf inside a cupboard. ‫ دا90 دو ب‬c Q ‫رف‬ : 2+‫و‬20 – What was the girls hobby? ‫ح ؟‬D ‫ ه ا " ا% " ا‬J# ‫ذا آ‬ She loved sewing and made Gulliver clothes and dressedhim like a doll. < ‫0 ا‬B "3N ‫ @ و ا‬d%D J2 S ‫" و‬e Q ‫ ا‬f!= J# ‫آ‬21 – How many clothes did the girl make Gulliver? ‫ 23[ ؟‬S 3 ‫ ا‬d%D ‫د ا‬ ‫آ‬ She made him seven shirts and four pairs of trousers. 11
  • 12. 22 – What did the girl teach Gulliver? How? ‫و آ ؟‬ J ‫ ا‬J ‫ذا‬ She taught him their language by pointing to things andtheir names. [g M‫3[ % ; رة ا ا ; ء و ا‬W "323 – What did the girl call Gulliver? ‫؟‬ J ‫ 3" ا‬e‫ى ا‬G ‫ ا‬M ‫ا‬ She called him " Grildrig" (it means puppet). "" ‫"د‬ ُ 2 M ‫ا ا‬G‫ و آ ن ه‬h ‫ر‬ ("3 M ) " J e‫ا‬24 – What did the farmers neighbours hear of? ‫ح؟‬D ‫ان ا‬ "% V M ‫ى‬G ‫ا‬ They heard that the farmer had found a tiny human that could speak , walk and do what he was asked to do. < f $ُ 02?‫م وا > و‬D) ‫) < ا‬ WS ‫ ن‬N#‫إ‬ ‫ 2 ا أ#< و‬M . ‫ح‬D ‫ان ا‬ 0‫آ ن آ‬25 – Who came to the farmers house to see Gulliver? " ‫ح ؤ‬D ‫ل ا‬I‫؟‬ ‫/ ءا‬ An old man who was a friend of the farmer.‫ح‬D S ‫ @ زا‬D ‫ر‬26 – What did Gulliver say to the visitor? ‫ ) ا 0 ا 2@ ز(؟‬g‫ا‬I ‫ذا . ل‬ He said he was pleased to meet him and Gulliver did whatthe man asked him to do.< 2 ‫ < أن‬f e 02? X ‫< و%2 ذ‬g % ‫ ور ا‬N <#‫. ل < ا‬ ً27 – How did Gulliver describe the mans eyes? ‫/ ا 2@ ز؟‬ S‫آ و‬ He said that they looked like two giant moons. / 3.D / =G? # ‫ل‬D9 / ‫. / = اه‬D / . ‫: =>[ ن‬ ‫. ل ان ان‬28 – Why was the farmers friend angry? ‫ ن؟‬Um (‫ح ) ا 2@ ز‬D ‫ ` ا‬S ‫ذا آ ن‬ Because he thought that Gulliver was laughing at him. < QN ‫#" ا 3 ان‬29 – What did the farmers friend suggest concerning Gulliver? ‫؟‬ @% ` 23 ? ( ‫0 ا 2@ ز‬ ‫ح ) ا‬D ‫ ` ا‬S "L 3.‫ى ا‬G ‫ا‬ He suggested that the farmer could make Gulliver work toearn money for him. ‫2 0 %] < ا ل‬ ‫ح‬D ‫ا.3 ح ان @20 ا‬30 – What could Gulliver do according to the mans ideas? ‫0) ا 2@ ز(؟‬ ‫?) ر ا‬ ?‫ان 20 و‬ V$3N ‫ذا آ ن‬ The farmer could take him to the market for people tosee him. ‫ ق / ا 0 ان ا: ا س‬N ‫ح‬D ‫ة ا‬G9 ‫ان‬31 – Did the farmer agreed to the suggestion? ‫ا ا .3 اح؟‬G‫ه‬ ‫ح‬D ‫ه0 وا?` ا‬ Yes, he agreed and said it was a good idea.‫#2 . ا#[ ?) ة ة‬32 – How was Glumdalclitchs impression? ‫؟‬a3 ‫ ةآ‬D ‫آ آ ن ا#$ ع‬ She was very worried. about Gulliver. " . J# ‫آ‬33 – What did she tell her father? ‫ذا ا9 ت وا ه ؟‬ She was afraid that people might play with Gulliver andbreak his arms or drop him : $ N ‫ وا ازر < او ان‬N) ‫و ان‬ @% ‫ ا س‬f2 ‫3 ل ان‬L‫ < / ا‬g 9 [#‫ا‬34 – What did her father tell her? ‫ذا ا9 ه وا ه ؟‬ He told her he would be fine and asked her to think ofthe money they might get. [ 0*! M 3 ‫ [ ان = ) ? ا ل ا‬f e ‫ و‬Q% ‫ ) ن‬M <#‫ا‬35 – What did she suggest ? ‫وا ه ؟‬ JL 3.‫ذا ا‬ She suggested going with them to be Gullivers guard andher father agreed. ‫و وا?` ا% ه‬ ( =) ‫ه ب 2[ 3! س‬G ‫ ا‬JL 3.‫ا‬ 12
  • 13. 36 – Where did the farmer put Gulliver on the way to the market? ‫ ق؟‬N ‫ا‬ ‫ [ ا‬e ? ‫ح‬D ‫ ا‬V+‫ا / و‬ They put him in a small wooden box. WS >9 ‫ وق‬S ? : 2+‫و‬37 – How long did it take to go to the market?‫ 6ه ه ب :6ق؟‬W ;‫ا‬ ‫ا 0ة ا‬ It was a half-hour ride. " M *# ‫ ا‬L ‫رآ ا‬38 – Why did the box have three holes? ‫ذا آ ن ا * وق %< 3 ^ ب )?3! ت(؟‬ To help Gulliver breathe and to look out. ‫ا‬ ‫ رج‬Q ‫ا‬ ‫وا‬d 3‫ا‬ N339 – How did he feel when he was in the box? ‫ه ;2 رة و ه % ا90 ا * وق ؟‬ He felt as if he were on a ship in a storm because thehorse was fast. 2 M ‫ " ن ا !* ن آ ن‬S ‫ " ا^ ء‬M ? "# ‫;2 آ‬40 – What was the advertisement say? ‫ن؟‬D ‫ذا آ ن ل ا‬ It said that there was a tiny human who could say thingsand perform for the public. ‫ ا ; ء و دى‬N ‫ ا !@ )/ ان‬WS 0 ‫ر‬ <#‫ا‬‫ا ما@ [ ر‬41 – Where could people see Gullivers show? ‫؟‬ ‫3$ ع ا س ان > ه وا ض‬M‫ا / ا‬ In an inn next to the market. ‫ ق‬N ‫ %@ ار ا‬WS ‫? ? ق‬42 – How many people could see Gulliver at a time? ‫ة(؟‬ 0‫ ة )آ‬L‫ة ا ا‬ ‫? ا‬ ‫/ )[ >ه ة‬G‫آ دا سا‬ About thirty people. ‫^ ن‬D^ ‫ ا‬L43 – What was Gullivers role in the show?‫? ا 2 ض‬ (< ‫ى آ ن د‬G ‫ا ور)ا‬ He welcomed people , walked up and down and answeringquestions. [3 qM‫ا‬ @ q @ ‫ % س) ا @ [ ر( > ذه % و‬fL ‫آ ن‬44 – Give examples of the questions that Glumdalclitch ask Gulliver. ‫؟‬ @ [ N= a3 )‫ ه‬D J# ‫ " ا 3 آ‬qMD " B ‫اذآ ا‬ 1 – What his name was. " M‫ا‬ 2 – How high could he jump :I ‫ ان‬V $3N ‫ى‬G ‫آ ا ر= ع ا‬ 3 –if he could name things in the room.‫ ا ; ء % !@ ة‬N ‫ ان‬V$3N 0‫ه‬45 – What did the school boy throw on Gulliver? ‫؟‬ G 3 ‫ى ا ة ا‬G ‫ا‬ He threw a nut. the size of a large rock and hitGullivers head. ‫ % أس‬J $=‫ ة آ ة و ار‬QS @L ? J# ‫ا %@ زة ا [ ا 3 آ‬46 – What happened to the boy? ‫؟‬ ‫ ث‬L ‫ى‬G ‫ا‬ He was sent out of the room. ‫ د 9 رج ا !@ ة‬e47 – How many groups was Gulliver shown to? ‫و+ ا [ ؟‬ ‫آ @ ". م‬ He was shown to 12 different groups." 3Q " @ 12‫. م و+" ا م‬48 – Why didnt Gulliver and the farmer return to the market the nextday? ‫ ق ? ا م ا 3 ؟‬N ‫ح‬D ‫و ا‬ ‫ذا 2 د‬ Because Gulliver was too tired that he rested for threedays. ‫3 اح ة 3 ا م‬M‫ ا‬X G ‫آ ن 32 ا‬ ‫ن‬49 – Why couldnt Gulliver completely rest at the farmers house? ‫ح؟‬D ‫ ا‬J % ? = ‫3 ح‬N ‫ذا‬ Because his neighbours paid to see Gulliver. " ‫ورو#< ؤ‬I ‫ا#" آ # ا‬ ‫ن‬ 13
  • 14. 50 – Why was the farmer very happy? ‫2 ا؟‬M ‫ح‬D ‫ذا آ ن ا‬ Because he got a lot of money and decided to takeGulliver to all cities. ‫)0 ا ن‬ G9 ‫ ا / ا ل و . ر ان‬B‫آ‬ 0*L "#51 – What was the destination of the long journey?‫ " ا $ "؟‬L ‫ ل‬S ‫ه [" ا‬ It was to the capital city, it was about three thousandkm from their city. [3 / ‫ ا 0003 آ ا 3 ا‬L J# ‫ " و آ‬S 2 ‫ ا ا‬J# ‫آ‬52 – When did they start the journey to the capital? ‫ "؟‬S 2 [3 L‫3 % ؤا ر‬ On 17th August 1703. 1703d$Nm‫ > / ا‬V% N ‫ا‬53 – How did The girl help to make Gulliver rest ?‫3 ح؟‬N ‫ان‬ J‫ تا‬M ‫آ‬ She told her father that she was tired and sometimestook him out to get some air. ‫ ا [ اء‬d 3 ‫ وج‬Q <!$*= J# ‫ا و آ‬ <23 [#‫ا9 ت وا ه ا‬54 – How many rivers did he see on his journey?"3 L‫د ا #[ ر ا 3 ; ه ه ? ر‬ ‫آ‬ He saw five or six rivers that were wider than the Nile. G&" ‫ 3? ا‬g;‫راى 5 او 6 ا3? ر او‬55 – When did they finally reach the capital city? ‫ "؟‬S 2 ‫ ا ا ا‬S‫3 و‬ After ten weeks. V % M‫%2 01 ا‬56 – What was the capital called? ‫ "؟‬S 2 ‫ ا‬M‫ا‬ It was called Lorbrulgrud. ‫ [ ر% و @ د‬M‫وآ ن أ‬57 – What did the farmer hire? ‫ح؟‬D ‫3 ا‬M‫ذا ا‬ He hired a room in the hotel with a huge table. " Q+ ‫ ة‬U [% ‫@ ة ? ? ق‬L 3M‫ا‬58 – What happened to Gulliver because of hard work? ‫ ا 2 0 ا > ق؟‬fN% @ ‫ ث‬L ‫ذا‬ He lost a lot of weight and was tired and felt ill. ‫ض‬ % 2; ‫ / وز#< و آ ن 32 و‬B) ‫? ا‬59 – What did the farmer notice? ‫ح؟‬D ‫ ا‬rL ‫ذا‬ He saw that Gulliver looked like a skeleton and wasafraid that he would die.‫ ت‬M "#‫و 9 ف ا‬ 0) [‫آ ن و ) >"( آ‬ ‫راى ان‬60 – What did the servant from the palace tell the farmer? ‫ح؟‬D ‫ 9 م ا * ا‬L‫ذا ا9 ا‬ He asked him to go to the palace to show Gulliver to thequeen. ") ‫ى‬ * f‫ه‬G ‫ < ان‬f e61 – What did Gulliver do when he saw the queen?‫راى ا )"؟‬ 02? ‫ذا‬ He bowed to her and she smiled. N3%‫ا#! [ و ا‬62 – What was the queens offer to Gulliver? ‫؟‬ ") ‫ى +3< ا‬G ‫ا 2 ض ا‬ She offered him to live in the palace. and the farmeragreed for taking some gold coins. " ‫ه‬G ‫ت ا‬D 2 ‫ ا‬c2% 0% ‫ح‬D ‫ ? ا * و وا?` ا‬a 2 ‫< ان‬ J+63 – What was Gullivers request from the queen? ‫/ ا )"؟‬ < e ‫ى‬G ‫ ا‬f $ ‫ا‬ He asked her to let him keep Glumdalclitch as histeacher. < " 2 ‫ آ‬a3 ‫ اآ‬D = ‫ [ ان‬f e64 – What did the king think when he saw Gulliver? 14
  • 15. ‫؟‬ ‫راى‬ X ‫ذا آ ن راى ا‬ He thought he was a toy. < ‫ا 3 ةد‬65 – What did the king say about the farmer? ‫ح؟‬D ‫ / ا‬X ‫ذا . ل ا‬ He said that the farmer had tricked the queen. [ 9 ‫ح‬D ‫. ل ان ا‬ Quotations with answers 1 – " I was in a room full of giants and a baby giant."1 – Who was the speaker? Gulliver.2 – What did the baby do with Gulliver? The baby dropped him from ten meters to the ground.3 – How was Gulliver lucky? He landed in a soft blanket which the mother held aroundthe baby. 2 – " The farmer then said something to his wife.."1 – Who was the speaker ? Gulliver.2 – In your opinion , what did he say to his wife? I think he told her to take Gulliver to another place.3 – Where did the wife take him? She took him to a bed and put a handkerchief over his leg. 3 – " The bed was perhaps eight metres high."1 – What was Gullivers problem? He didnt know how to get down to the floor.2 – What did he think of to get down? He thought of calling out to the farmers wife.3 – Why didnt he do that? Because his voice wouldnt be heard. 4 – " Suddenly I saw two rats."1 – Who was the speaker? Gulliver.2 – How did the rats look? 15
  • 16. They were the size of large dogs.3 – What did the rats do? They attacked Gulliver, but Gulliver used his knife to defendhimself. 5 – " She was very kind and called me Grildrig.."1 – About whom was Gulliver speaking? He was speaking about The farmers daughter "Glumdalclitch"2 – How was she helpful? She made him clothes and taught him their language.3 – What does " Grildrig" mean? It means the " puppet". 6 – " How are you Sir? I am very pleased to meet you?"1 – Who was the speaker and to Whom? Gulliver to the farmers friend.2 – What did the man ask Gulliver to do? He asked him to walk up and down and to name things.3 – What did the man do? He put on his glasses to see Gulliver better.7 – " Why is this little man laughing at me.? Does hethink he is being clever? He should not be so rude?1 – Who was the speaker ? The farmers friend .2 – To whom was he speaking? He was speaking to the farmer.3 – In the mans opinion how was Gulliver rude? He was rude when he saw the mans eyes and laughed.8 – " Well if he is so clever, you should make him work 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? The farmers friend to the farmer.2 – About whom was he talking? He was talking about Gulliver.3 – Why should Gulliver work? He should work to earn money for the farmer. 16
  • 17. 9 – " How can I do that?"1 – Who asked that question? The farmer asked his friend.2 – What did he mean ? He asked him how to make Gulliver work and earn money.3 – What did the man suggest? He suggested taking Gulliver to the market. 10 – " Why dont you take him to the market?"1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? The farmers friend to The farmer.2 – To whom was he referring to? He was referring to Gulliver.3 – Why would Gulliver do there? He would walk and talk to make people pay money.11 – " That is a really good idea , I will take him there and do what yousuggest."1 – Who was the speaker? The farmer.2 – About whom was he speaking? He was speaking about Gulliver.3 – Who suggested the idea? The farmers friend. 12 – " Father , what if the people at the market are cruel to Grildrig."1 – Who was the speaker and to Whom? The farmers daughter Glumdalclitch to her father.2 – Who was Grildrig? He was Gulliver.3 – How would people be cruel according to her? They might pick him up and play with him , They might breakhis arms or drop him. 13 – " He will be fine . Just think of the money we can get for him!!"1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? The farmer to his daughter.2 – Who will be fine? Gulliver. 17
  • 18. 3 – How would they get money? By taking Gulliver to the market. 14 – " Let me come with you, I can be Grildrigs guard."1 – Who was the speaker? The farmers daughter2 – To whom was she speaking? To her father.3 – Why would she be a guard to Gulliver? To check that people wouldnt hurt him.15 – " What is your name? How high can you jump? Can you name the thingsin this room?1 – Who asked this question? Glumdalclitch .2 – Who answered the questions? Gulliver.3 – What did the people around them do? The people watched and laughed.16 – " Thank you . Finally , say goodbye to the good people who come to seeyou.""1 – Who was the speaker? Glumdalclitch to Gulliver.2 – When did she say this ? at the end of the show.3 – What did Gulliver say to the people? He said goodbye and thanked them all. 17 – " Goodbye everyone and thank you very much your visit."1 – Who was the speaker ? Gulliver.2 – To whom was he speaking? He was speaking to the people who attended the show?3 – When did he say these words ? At the end of the show when the girl asked him. 18 – I am very pleased to meet you." 18
  • 19. 1 – Who was the speaker? Gulliver.2 – To whom was he speaking? He was speaking to the queen of the country.3 – What was the queens reaction? She smiled and asked him some asked him some questionsabout him and his land. 19 – " You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size."1 – Who was the speaker? The queen.2 – To whom was she speaking? She was speaking to Gulliver.3 – What did she offer him? She offered him to live in the palace with the king and herfamily.20 – " That is a very kind offer However I belong to the farmer, I would behappy to live with you, but only if the farmer agrees. "1 – Who said these words ? Gulliver. To the queen.2 – What was that offer? To live with her and her family in the palace.3 – What was the farmers opinion? He agreed because he thought Gulliver was ill and woulddie and sold him for a thousand pieces of gold. 21 – " Go and get the money he needs."1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? The queen to the servants.2 – Who took the coins ? The farmer took them .3 – Why did she give him the money? As a price for selling Gulliver.22 – " I am very happy now that you are my owner, can I ask one smallrequest?" 19
  • 20. 1 – Who was the speaker? Gulliver to the queen.2 – Who was the previous owner ? The previous owner was the farmer.3 – What was the request? Gulliver asked the queen to let him keep the girlGlumdalclitch as his teacher as she was very kind to him. 23 – " Its time I said goodbye to you,"1 – Who said these words? The farmer.2 – To whom was he speaking? He was speaking to Gulliver.3 – What did he say to Gulliver? He said that he was a lucky man who would be looked afterin the palace. 24 – " Why didnt you say goodbye to him?"1 – Who said this and to whom? The queen to Gulliver.2 – About whom was she talking ? About the farmer.3 – Why didnt Gulliver say goodbye to him? Because he made him work hard for money only and hesuffered a lot and he only sold him because he thought hewould die.25 – " He only sold me because he thinks I will soon die. But I am sure youwill help me to get better and my life will be improved."1 – Who was the speaker? Gulliver.2 – To Whom was he speaking? To the queen .3 – Did The queen understand him ? Yes, she understood although Gulliver couldnt speak herlanguage very well. 26 – " What is this? Why have you brought me a toy? " 20
  • 21. 1 – Who was the speaker? The king to the queen.2 – About whom was he speaking? He was speaking about Gulliver.3 – What was the kings reaction ? He said that the farmer had tricked the queen. 27 – " I believe that clever farmer has tricked you."1 – Who was the speaker? The king.2 – To whom ? To the queen.3 – How did the farmer trick her? By taking all that money for selling Gulliver.Find the mistakes and write the sentences correctly :1 – Gulliver was n’t injured because he was unlucky.2 – Gulliver landed in a hard blanket.3 – Gulliver didnt call out because everyone would hear him.4 – Gulliver saw two dogs on the floor.5 – Gulliver used his scissors to defend himself.6 – The farmers wife helped in preparing Gulliver a big bed.7 – The girl taught Gulliver how to cook.8 – The girl made Gulliver seven T-shirts and four pairs oftrousers.9 – Grildrig means theatre.10 – The farmers wife advised him to take Gulliver to the market.11 – The farmer put Gulliver in a golden box.12 – In the box Gulliver could breathe through three poles.13 – The rivers that Gulliver saw were all narrower than the Nile.14 – The king offered Gulliver to live in the palace.15 – Gulliver asked the queen to keep Glumdalclitch as a wife.16 – The king thought that the farmer was kind.17 – The farmers wife put Gulliver on a bed and covered his leg bya blanket.18 – The rats didnt attack Gulliver.19 – The farmer sold Gulliver for no money.20 – The queen didnt smile at Gulliver.1-lucky 2-soft 3-wouldn’t 4-rats 5-knife6-daughter 7-speak 8-shirts 9-puppet 10-friend11-wooden 12-holes 13-wider 14-queen 15-teacher 21