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Ravikant (JNV Kanker)

Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com

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Before we proceed:
o Since the earliest times, humans have
dreamt of conquering the skies. Here is a story
about flying.
o...
The Black Aeroplane
-Frederick Forsyth

Ravikant (JNV Kanker)

Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com

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About the author:
Frederick Forsyth (born 25 August
1938) is an English author and
occasional political commentator. He is...
 The sky was clear when the author was flying his old Dacota
aeroplane over France to England.
 He was dreaming of his h...
 The old aeroplane jumped and twisted in the air. The compass,
radio and other instruments suddenly stopped working.
The...
 Suddenly the author came out of the clouds and saw two
long straight lines of lights in front of him.

 It was a runway...
 She looked at the author very strangely, and then laughed.
She said, “Another aeroplane? Up there in this storm? No othe...
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The black aeroplne

  1. 1. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 1
  2. 2. Before we proceed: o Since the earliest times, humans have dreamt of conquering the skies. Here is a story about flying. o A pilot is lost in storm clouds. Does he arrive safe? Who helps him? Let’s read the story. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 2
  3. 3. The Black Aeroplane -Frederick Forsyth Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 3
  4. 4. About the author: Frederick Forsyth (born 25 August 1938) is an English author and occasional political commentator. He is best known for thrillers such as The Day of the Jackal, The Odessa File, The Fourth Protocol, The Dogs of War, The Fist of God, The Veteran, Avenger, The Afgan and The Cobra. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 4
  5. 5.  The sky was clear when the author was flying his old Dacota aeroplane over France to England.  He was dreaming of his holiday and looking forward to being with my family and thought to take good English breakfast with his family.  Everything was going well — it was an easy flight.  Paris was about 150 kilometres behind him when he saw the huge, black, mountain, storm clouds in front of him across the sky.  Everything was suddenly black. The author could not see anything outside the aeroplane. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 5
  6. 6.  The old aeroplane jumped and twisted in the air. The compass, radio and other instruments suddenly stopped working. Then, in the black clouds quite near him, he saw another aeroplane. It had no lights on its wings, but he could see it flying next to him through the storm.  He turned his aeroplane slowly to the north, in front of author’s Dakota, so that it would be easier for the author to follow him. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 6
  7. 7.  Suddenly the author came out of the clouds and saw two long straight lines of lights in front of him.  It was a runway! An airport! He was safe!  The author turned to look for his friend in the black aeroplane, but the sky was empty. The black aeroplane was gone. He could not see it anywhere.  He went and asked a woman in the control centre where he was and who the other pilot was. Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 7
  8. 8.  She looked at the author very strangely, and then laughed. She said, “Another aeroplane? Up there in this storm? No other aeroplanes were flying tonight. Yours was the only one I could see on the radar.”  So who helped the author to arrive there safely without a compass or a radio, and without any more fuel in his tanks? Who was the pilot on the strange black aeroplane, flying in the storm, without lights? Ravikant (JNV Kanker) Email: getfriendly2009@gmail.com 8

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