englishmist ro.blogspot .com http://englishmistro.blogspot.com/2013/01/1.html?pfstyle=wp 1)ﻣﺮاﺟﻌﺔ ﻗﺼﺔ اوﻟﻴﻔﺮ ﺗﻮﻳﺴﺖ )ﺗﺮم Chapter One اوﻻ ﺣﻞ اﺳﺌﻠﺔ اﻟﻜﺘﺎب اﻟﻤﺪرﺳﻰ A. Answer these questions. l. What is the " setting " of the story ? England during the late 1700s. 2. How much time passed from the beginning of the chapter until the end? Nearly 10 years passed. (Oliver was at the orphanage for 9 years, at the workhouse for several months, then locked up at the workhouse for several weeks — nearly a month — and then at Mr Sowerberry’s for several months.)3. What three places did Oliver live in? Which one do you think was the worst? The best? Why? He lived in the orphanage with Mrs Mann, the workhouse, and Mr Sowerberry’s shop. Quotations“You’ve given him too much meat, Mrs Sowerberry. You’ve been too kind tohim. Leave him in this room without foodfor a few days, then feed him only soup. ” l. Who said these words? Mr Bumble to Mr and Mrs Sowerberry. 2. Where was the speaker? He was at Mr Sowerberry’s (outside the cellar where Oliver was locked in). 3. What had happened shortly before these words were said?Noah Claypole teased Oliver about his mother, so Oliver started hitting him. They ﻳﻐﻴﻆ locked Oliver in the cellar and called for Mr Bumble. “Please, sir, I want some more. ” l. Who said this to whom? Oliver said this to the master of the workhouse. 2. Why did this person say it? He wanted more to eat. / The other boys chose Oliver to speak for them all. 3. What was the result of this request?He was locked in a dark room and at every meal he was beaten in front of the other boys. And the workhouse put up a sign to find someone to take Oliver away. Find the mistake l. Oliver was born in the orphanage.== workhouse. 2. Olivers mother died before she saw him. ==after 3.Mrs Mann was kinder to Oliver than to the other orphans ==not kind 4. Oliver was happy to leave his friends at the orphanage== sad5. The boys at the workhouse got more food after Oliver asked for more.== Oliver was punished and the boys did not get more A. Answer these questions. 1. Why did the managers of the workhouse tell Oliver he was very lucky? ü Because they would give him food and a bed for nothing. 2. Why was Olivers life in the workhouse not easy? ü He worked hard at the workhouse. His bed was very uncomfortable and the food was never enough. 3. Why were Oliver and the other boys in the workhouse close to starving? Because
the food was never enough. All they ate was a thin soup. 4. Why was the master furious with Oliver at the workhouse? ü Because he asked for more food. No one had ever asked for more before. 5. How was Oliver punished for asking for more food? ü He was locked in a cold, dark room. He was beaten by Mr Bumble every day. 6. What did the managers of the workhouse do to get rid of ﻟﯿﺘﺨﻠﺼﻮا ﻣﻦOliver? -They put a message on the door of the workhouse. It offered five pounds to anyone who could take Oliver away. 7. Why was Oliver crying when he was walking with Mr Bumble to Mr Sowerberrys house? ü Because he had no friends after he had left the workhouse. 8. Why did Oliver start to hit Noah hard?ü Because Noah talked badly about his mother. He said that she died in the workhouse because she was no good at anything. 9. What advice did Mr Bumble give to Mrs Sowerberry? ü He advised her to leave Oliver in the cellar without food for a few days and to feed him only soup. 10.Why did Oliver run away from Mr Sowerberrys house? ü He knew he could not stay in that place any longer. His life was unbearable. B- Read the following quotations and then answer the questions: 1-"Poor woman. She was so beautiful. Well never know who she was." (A) Who said these words? Where? The nurse. At the workhouse. (B) What happened to that woman? She died. (C) Why wouldnt they be able to know who that woman was? ü Because they even didnt know her name. 2- "He is old enough to work for us in the workhouse.” (A) Who said this? To whom? Mr Bumble said this to Mrs Mann. (B) Who were they talking about? Oliver Twist. (C) How old was he at that time? He was nine years old. 3- "If he is not happy with our generosity, he must leave." (A) Who said these words? To whom? ü The managers of the workhouse said this to the master who gave the boys their food. (B) Who were they talking about? Oliver Twist. (C) Were they really generous ?ﻛﺮﻣﺎءWhy / Why not? ü No, they were not generous at all. The food they gave to the boys was never enough. 4- I heard she died in the workhouse because she was no good at anything.’’ (A) Who said these words? To whom? ü Noah Claypole said this to Oliver. (B) How did the addressed person feel on hearing this? ü He felt both ashamed and angry. (C) How did he react to this insult ?إﻫﺎﻧﺔ ü He started to hit Noah hard. c- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it 1- Oliver was locked in a dark kitchen for hitting Noah Claypole. - Oliver was locked in a dark cellar for hitting Noah Claypole. 2- The workhouse offered fifty pounds to anyone who could take Oliver away. - The workhouse offered five pounds to anyone who could take Oliver away. 3- Mr Sowerberry complained that Oliver was very big. - Mr Sowerberry complained that Oliver was very small.
4- Mr. Bumble frightened Oliver When he was locked in Mr. Sowerberry’s cellar - Mr. Bumble frightened Oliver When he was locked in Mr. Sowerberry’s cellar . 5- Oliver was born in the orphanage. - Oliver was born in the workhouse. Chapter Two اوﻻ ﺣﻞ اﺳﺌﻠﺔ اﻟﻜﺘﺎب اﻟﻤﺪرﺳﻰ 1. What do Fagin and the boys do for a living? They steal things like watches, handkerchiefs, notebooks …/They are thieves. 2. Why does Fagin live in such an old dirty house if he has a box of gold watches and jewellery?Because he was a leader of thieves and he didnt want the police to know him. He is a miser; he doesn’t like to spend money 3. Why did Mr Brownlow take Oliver home? Who do you think the woman in the painting is? Might that be part of the reason that Mr Brownlow was kind to Oliver? Because he was a kind man. He felt sorry for Oliver . I think that she was Olivers mother. That might be part of the reason that Mr Brownlow was kind to Oliver as she may be his relative. 4. How does Fagin find out where Oliver is? Why does he want to find him?A policeman tells Nancy that Oliver went with Mr Brownlow. Fagin is afraid that Oliver will tell Mr Brownlow about them and Mr Brownlow will send the police after them. Quotations “I hope you’ve been at work this morning, boys. ” 1. Who said this to whom? Fagin to Jack Dawkins and Charley Bates. 2. What kind of work were they doing? They were stealing things — notebooks and silk handkerchiefs. 3. What did Oliver think they had done? He thought they had made the things. “It wasn’t that boy! It was two other boys. He was with them, but he didn’t take anything. ” 1. Who said this? The bookshop owner said this to the magistrate. 2. Who is "that boy" and "two other boys"? That boy” is Oliver. “Two other boys” are Charley Bates and Jack Dawkins/the Artful Dodger 3. What happened as a result of these words? The magistrate set Oliver free “But what is this? Look there. ” 1. Who said this? Mr Brownlow. 2. Where was the speaker? In a room downstairs.3. What was the speaker looking at? He was looking at a painting of a young woman who looked like Oliver. Find the mistake 1. Oliver walked 60 miles to London. == 70 2. They entered London in the morning. == after dark. 3. London was as beautiful as Oliver had expected. ==poorer and dirtier 4. Fagin was pleased that Oliver had seen his watches and jewellery.== angry 5. Fagin and the boys lived in a beautiful old house.== dirty A- Answer the following questions: 1- Why was Oliver careful to hide after running away from Mr Sowerberrys? - He thought that people would want to take him back to Mr Sowerberry. 2- How did Oliver go to London? - He went to London on foot. He followed the signs to London for seven days,ﻋﻼﻣﺎت sleeping in fields and eating very little. 3- How did Jack Dawkins seem ﯾﺒﺪوto be kind ﻋﻄﻮفto Oliver when they first met? - He bought Oliver a meal and said he could show him the way to اﻟﻄﺮﯾﻖ London.
4- Why did Oliver think that Fagin was a miser ?ﺑﺨﯿﻞ - Because he had so much jewellery and so many watches, however he lived inﻣﻊ ذﻟﻚ such an old place. 5- What did Oliver think about the way ﻃﺮﯾﻘﺔFagin used all his money? - He thought that perhaps Fagin used all his money to look after the boys. 6- Oliver agreed that the notebooks ﻛﺮاﺳﺎتwere well made. Why did Fagin and the boys find this very funny ?ﻣﻀﺤﻚ - Because Oliver was an innocent ﺑﺮئchild, he didnt know that the things were stolen. 7- Why didnt the magistrate اﻟﻘﺎﺿﻰsend Oliver to prison? - Because Mr Brownlow said that it wasnt Oliver who robbed him and theﻗﺎم ﺑﺴﺮﻗﺘﻪ owner of the bookshop said that Oliver wasnt the thief but two other boys.ﺻﺎﺣﺐ 8- Why did Fagin want to find Oliver? - Because he was afraid that Oliver would tell Mr Brownlow about them and Mr Brownlow would send the police after them. 9- Why did Mr Sikes suggest sending Nancy to the police station? - Because the police didnt know her. She could go and find out what had happened to Oliver. 10- When the policeman took Oliver, What did Charley and the Artful do? - They ran quickly back to the old house. 11- What was the game that Fagin played with the boys? - It was how to steal watches, notebooks and handkerchiefs ﯾﺴﺮقfrom people.ﻣﻨﺎدﯾﻞ Oliver thought that the game was very funny. B- Read the following quotations and then answer the questions: 1- Have you got a room there? Or any money?" 1- Who said this to whom? - Jack, the Artful Dodger, said this to Oliver. 2- What was the addressed persons answer? - He said that he had almost nothing.ﺗﻘﺮﯾﺒﺎ 3- How did the speaker help the other person? - He said he knew a man who would give him work and a room for nothing 2-"Well, I know a man who will give you work and a room for nothing." 1- Who said this? - Jack Dawkins said this. 2- To who was it said? - It was said to Oliver. 3- What kind of work will Oliver do for this man? - He will steal things — notebooks and silk handkerchiefs ﻣﻨﺎدﯾﻞ ﺣﺮﯾﺮﯾﺴﺮق 3- Dont stop until you find him, not even for a minute." 1-Who said this to whom? - Fagin said this to Nancy and the Artful Dodger. 2- Who did they want to find? - They wanted to find Oliver. 3- Why did they want to find that person? - Because they were afraid he would tell the police about them. 1- I hope youve been at work this morning, boys." 1- Who said this to whom? - Fagin said this to Charley Bates and Jack Dawkins. 2- What kind of work were they doing? - They were stealing things — notebooks and silk handkerchiefs.ﯾﺴﺮق 3- What did Oliver think they had done? - He thought they had made the things. c- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it1- Jack Dawkinss friends call him The Skillful Dodger. - Jack Dawkinss friends call him The Artful Dodger.
2- Oliver told Jack Dawkins he was going to Paris. - Oliver told Jack Dawkins he was going to London. 3- Bill sikes was sent to look for Oliver .and bring him back . - Nancy was sent to look for Oliver .and bring him back . 4- Mrs Nancy was an old lady who looked after Mr Brownlows house. - Mrs Bedwin was an old lady who looked after Mr Brownlows house. 5- Oliver saw Fagin looking carefully at a gold watch and some expensive rings. - Oliver saw Fagin looking carefully at a gold watch and some expensive jewellery . Chapter Three اوﻻ ﺣﻞ ا ﺳﺌﻠﺔ اﻟﻜﺘﺎب اﻟﻤﺪر ﺳﻰ Answer these questions. 1. Why does Mr Grimwig think that Oliver wont return? Was he right? Mr Grimwig thinks Oliver won’t return to Mr Brownlow because he will return to the thieves (because he has money, new clothes and books). Mr Grimwig was partly right: Oliver did return to the thieves, but not willingly. 2. Why did Nancy tell the people in the street that Oliver had run away from home and she was returning him to his parents? She didn’t want the people to stop her. If they thought she was kidnapping Oliver, they might stop her. 3. What plans does Fagin have for Oliver? Fagin wants to make him a thief. He lets Sikes use Oliver to rob a house 4. Why did Mr Bumble talk to Mr Brownlow about Oliver? What was the result of their conversation? Mr Bumble went because Mr Brownlow put an advertisement asking for information about Oliver. Mr Bumble said only bad things about Oliver. As a result, Mr Brownlow didn’t want to hear anything about the boy again. Quotations “Do you really think he’ll come back?” l. Who said this to whom? Mr Grimwig said this to Mr Brownlow. 2. When was this said? Who is being talked about? He said this just after Oliver went to pay for the books. He’s talking about Oliver. 3. How did the listener reply? Do the speaker and the listener share the same opinion? Mr Brownlow/He said of course Oliver would come back. The speaker and listener do not have the same opinion. “Sadly, you were right. I do not want to hear his name ever again. ” l. Who said these words and to whom? Mr Brownlow said this to Mr Grimwig. 2. Why did he say "You were right"? He said “You were right” because Mr Grimwig had said that Oliver would return to the thieves. 3. Whose name does he not want to hear again and why? What did he learn about the person? He doesn’t want to hear Oliver’s name because he learned (from Mr Bumble) that Oliver was bad. “I’m not happy about this either. I’ve tried to help you, but it’s no good. I’ll try and help you again, but this is not the time. Now, come with me. ”1. Who said this to whom? Nancy said this to Oliver. 2. How did the speaker try to help the other person? She told Mr Sikes to stop beating Oliver 3. Where were they going and why? Nancy was taking Oliver to Sikes to help him to steal a house Find the mistake 1- Oliver was taking money and clothes to the bookshop. == books 2- Nancy and Charley took Oliver back to Fagin.== Bill Sikes 3- Nancy told Bill to continue beating Oliver.== stop 4- Mr Bumble put an advertisement in the newspaper to ask about Oliver. == Brownlow 5- The house that Sikes and Crackit will rob is inside London. == outside
A- Answer the following questions: 1- ?ﻳ ﺘ ﺤﺴﻦWhat did Mr Brownlow do when Oliver got better - He bought him some new clothes. 2- - He What did Oliver tell Mr Brownlow when he asked him about his life? told him about his time at the workhouse .إﺻﻼ ﺣ ﻴﺔ 3- ?اﻟﻤﻜ ﺘ ﺒﺔWhy did Mr Brownlow send Oliver to the bookshop - To pay for some books and to return ﻳﺪﻓﻊ ﺛﻤﻦsome others.ﻟ ﻴﻌ ﻴﺪ 4- What did Mr Brownlow give Oliver when he sent him to the bookshop?- He gave him five pounds and some books. 5- What happened to Oliver while he was walking to the bookshop? - Nancy and Mr Sikes kidnapped him and led him ا ﺧ ﺘ ﻄ ﻔﻮهto Fagins old ﻗﺎدوهshop. 6- What did Nancy tell the people who saw her grab Oliver? - She told them that Oliver had run away from home and she was returningﻫﺮبhim to his parents .واﻟﺪﻳﻪ 7- What did Fagin and Mr Sikes do with Olivers new clothes, the money and the books? - Fagin took the new clothes and the books while Mr Sikes took the money. 8- What did Mr Sikes do to Oliver when he tried to escape? - He began to beat him with a stick ﻋﺼﺎ.ﻳﻀﺮب 9- Show that Nancy was kind to Oliver. - She asked Mr Sikes to stop hitting Oliver and threatened ﺿﺮبto callﻫﺪدت the police if he didnt stop.ﺗﺴ ﺘﺪﻋﻰ 10- Why did Mr Sikes stop hitting Oliver? - Because Nancy threatened to call the police if he didnt stop.ﻫﺪدت 11- Where was the house that Sikes and Crackit want to rob? - It was in the countryside. 12- Why did Sikes and Crackit need Oliver to help the gang to break into the house? - Because the window was too small for any adult to climb through,ﺷ ﺨﺺ ﺑﺎﻟﻎbut it was not too small for a child. 13- What happened when Oliver went inside the house? - Oliver heard someone shout something. Then there was a loud bang ﺻﻮت إﻃﻼق. Oliver was shot.اﻟ ﻨﺎر 14- Did Oliver want to help the gang to rob the house? Explain. - No, he didnt. He cried asking not to ask him to do such a thing. Sikes told himto be quiet and do as he was told or thered be trouble. He threatened him ﻫﺪدهwith his gun .ﻣﺴﺪس B- Read the following quotations and then answer the questions: 1- Hes run away from home. Im taking him back to his mother and father" 1- Who said this? - Nancy said this to. 2- To whom was it said? - It was said some people in the street. 3- Where was the speaker really taking him to? - She was taking him to Fagins old house. 2- And I will have this five pound note for our troubles." 1- Who said this to whom? - Mr Sikes said this to Fagin. 2- five pound note was it? - It was Mr Brownlows.ﻣ ﻠﻚ ﻣﻦWhose ِ 3- himself for?ﻳﻜﺎﻓﺊWhat troubles did the speaker reward - The troubles of looking for Oliver and kidnapping him. 3- Dont do that to the boy! Hes already a thief like me." 1- Who said this to whom? - Nancy said this to Mr Sikes. 2- Who was the speaker talking about? - She was talking about Oliver. 3- What was the listener doing to the boy then? Why? - He was beating him with a stick because he tried to escape.ﻳﻀﺮب 4- Sadly, you were right. I do not want to hear his name ever again. " 1- Who said these words and to whom? - Mr Brownlow said these words to Mr Grimwig. 2- Why did he say "You were right"? - He said “You were right” because Mr Grimwig had said that Oliver wouldreturn to the thieves.
3- Whose name does he not want to hear again and why? What did he learn about the person? - He doesn’t want to hear Oliver’s name because he learned (from Mr Bumble) that Oliver was bad. c- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it 1- Mr Grimwig was Mr Brownlows servant. þ Mr Grimwig was Mr Brownlows friend. 2- ý Oliver was taking money and books to the market. þ Oliver was taking money and books to the bookshop. 3- Nancy said that she was taking Oliver back to Mr Brownlow. þ Nancy said that she was taking Oliver back to his mother and father. 4- ý Nancy and Charley took Oliver back to Fagin. þ Nancy and Bill Sikes took Oliver back to Fagin. 5- ý Oliver tried to escape, but Mr Sikes beat him with a gun. þ Oliver tried to escape, but Mr Sikes beat him with a stick. Chapter Four 1. The action in this chapter takes place in three places. What are they? The action takes place in London (Fagin’s house, and briefly Sikes’s house), the house in the countryside that Sikes and Crackit tried to rob, and the workhouse where Oliver was born.2. What happened to each of these after the failed robbery attempt: Crackit, Sikes, andOliver? Crackit got back to London. We don’t know yet what happened to Sikes; he hadn’t returned home yet. Oliver was found and taken in by the people of the house. 3. Describe Monks. Who do you think he is? How does he feel about Oliver being used in the robbery attempt? Monks is tall, with dark hair and dark eyes. He looks around nervously. He looks cruel. he is a thief. He isnot happy that Oliver was used for a robbery, though the reason is not very clear. He seems mostly afraid of the police 4. How long did Oliver stay with Mrs Maylie? What happened when Dr Losberne took Oliver to see Mr Brownlow?Oliver stayed more than six weeks with Mrs Maylie. They learned that Mr Brownlow had moved to the West Indies six weeks earlier. Quotations “He looks so helpless and small. If it hadn’t been for your generosity, I might be helpless like this small child! ” I. Who said this to whom? Rose said this to Mrs Maylie. 2. Who is the person talking about? She is talking about Oliver, who is wounded 3. What does the person mean by "If it hadnt been for your generosity "?She means that Mrs Maylie was generous to adopt Rose when she was a child. This is why Rose now feels she wants to be generous in turn to some other child — Oliver.“You don’t need to do anything . I’m lucky because I have an aunt who has enoug h money to help people like you. ” 1. Who said this to whom? Rose said this to Oliver.2. What did the listener offer to do? Oliver offered to work for Rose, to water her flowers or do anything for her3. Why do you think the speaker says this? Probably because this is Rose’s way of showing her gratitude to Mrs Maylie, by being kind to someone else “She was rich enoug h for a g ood hospital. I stole from her before she died! ” 1. Who said this to whom? Nurse Sally said this to Mrs Corney.2. What did the speaker steal and from whom? She stole a gold locket from Oliver’s mother.3. About how long after the theft did the speaker say this, and what happened to the speaker after saying this? The speaker said this more than ten years/nearly eleven or twelve years after Oliver was born, and she died after saying this. Find the mistake l. Toby Crackit and Bill Sikes went back to London. == Only Toby went back 2. Fagin was happy that the robbery was not successful.== unhappy 3. Some people found Oliver in a field. Oliver was left in the field and went to the house
4. Monks met Fagin at Sikess house. Fagin’s house. 5. Dr Losberne called the detectives from London.== Mr Brittles 6. Dr Losberne made the servants think that Oliver was not the thief.== detectives A- Answer the following questions: 1. What did Toby tell Fagin that made him not at all happy? ü He told him that the robbery had not been successful. 2. What did Toby and Mr Sikes do with Oliver after he had been shot?ü They carried him through some fields, but people were chasing them, so they left him in a field. 3. Why was Monks worried when he knew that Oliver had been shot? ü Because if Oliver was dead, the police would look for them. ü 4. Why was the doctor against the idea of telling the police Olivers story? - Because a magistrate would send Oliver to prison because he had run away from the place where he worked, then he joined a gang of thieves and tried to break into a house. 5. How did Oliver try to show how thankful he was to Mrs Maylie and Rose? - He offered to -work for them. He asked to water their flowers or do something to make them happy. 6. What did Mr Brownlows neighbour tell Dr Losberne about Mr Brownlow? - He told him that Mr Brownlow had moved. He went to the West Indies six weeks before. B- Read the following quotations and then answer the questions: 1- "This was not well planned." (A) Who said these words? To whom? Monks, to Fagin. (B) What did he mean by "this"? ü He meant the robbery attempt at the country house. (C) Why did the speaker say that it was not well planned? ü Because the robbery was not successful and Oliver was shot. 2- "How can such a young boy be a criminal?" (A) Who said this? To whom? Rose, to Dr Losberne and Mrs Maylie. (B) What reply did the speaker get to this question? ü Dr Losberne told her that evil can live in anybody. (C) Was that boy really a criminal? State why. ü to break into the house against hisﻣ ﺠ ﺒﺮNo, he wasnt. Because he was forced ُ will. ﺿﺪ إرادﺗﻪ 4- I stole from her before she died." (A) Who said these words? To whom? ü Nurse Sally, to Mrs Corney. (A) Who does the word "her" refer to? Olivers mother. (B) What did the speaker steal? A gold locket. c- Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it 1- Mr Brittles and Mr Giles, told the driver about the robbery . cook2- Rose, a pretty girl of nineteen who lived with Mrs Maylie. seventeen 3- Oliver was shot in his leg. arm 4- Dr Losberne agreed to tell the detectives Oliver’s story . refused 5-Mr Brownlow has moved to the West Indies two weeks ago. six 6-Nurse Sally gave Oliver’s mother money before she died . stole 7-Oliver’s mother a gold necklace . locklet