William WilsonPart IIANALYTICAL READINGAfter the reading answer these questions. Put a (T) if the proposal is true, and puta (F) if it is false.1. The boy mentioned in the text who looks like William Wilson follows thecommands that William was telling. ………….2. The date when William was born is January nineteenth, eighteen hundredand nine. …………..3. William Wilson was glad because he and the other boy has many things incommon. . …………_4. William Wilson went into the Strange Wilson’s room. …………..Organize the next phrases in in chronological orderWilliam went quietly through the house to Wilson’s roomWilliam reachedto the Wilson’s roomWilliam went from the Strange Wilson’s roomWilliam got out of bedWilliam thought about the all characteristics between him and Strange WilsonWilliam looked down upon Strange Wilson’s face.18.104.22.168.5.
CRITICAL LISTENER*In the next activity you have to read with the suitable intonationIt was on this same day that I had my last meeting at theschool with this other, strange William Wilson. That night,when everyone was sleeping, I got out of bed, and with a lightin my hand, I went quietly through the house to Wilson’sroom. I had long been thinking of another of those plans tohurt him, with which I had until then had little success. It wasmy purpose now to begin to act according to this new plan.Having reached his room, I entered without a sound,leaving the light outside. I advanced a step, and listened. Hewas asleep.* I turned, took the light, and again went to thebed. I looked down upon his face.*What do you think that have in common the lines?In the previous paragraph have in common a grammar function wich is list, as theintonation is rising, rising and falling.
WORD COLLECTOR ACTIVITY*Look for at least two synonyms for each word and underline de stress part-Attempts: try, chances-Illness: disease, sickness-Belong: become, pertain-Manner: mode, way-Wiser: wisdom*Write the previous words in phonetic symbolsəˈtemptsˈɪ lnəsbɪ ˈlɒ ŋˈmænəˈwaɪ zə
SOUND DEALERRead the phonemes and improve your pronunciation.wɪ lsənkʊ dfajtbæk, ænd hi dɪ d. ðɛ rwəzwən we hi hædəvtrəbəlɪ ŋ mibɪ ɑ ndmɛ ʒ ər. ajhædnɛ vərlajktmajnem. tumɛ niəðərpipəlhædðəsemnem;ajwʊ dræðərhævhæd ə nemðætwəznɑ t so ɒ fənhərd. ðəwərdzsɪ kənd mi. wɛ n,ɑ nðə de ajərajvdætðəskul, ə sɛ kəndwɪ ljəmwɪ lsənkemɒ lso,ajfɛ ltæŋgriwɪ θhɪ mfɔ rhævɪ ŋðənem. aj nu ajwʊ dhævtuhɪ rðənemitʃ de ədəbəlnəmbərəvtajmz. ðəəðərwɪ ljəmwɪ lsənwʊ dɒ lwez bi nɪ r.ðəəðərbɔ jzɒ fənθɒ tðætmajækʃ ənzændmajbəlɒ ŋɪ ŋzwərhɪ z, ændhɪ zwərmajn.