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  2. 2. C 7V ‫ع‬ ‫ن‬ ‫د‬ ‫ن - اداب‬ ! - ‫وس‬ ‫ا اث ه‬ $% & ‫ر‬ ‫* ة‬ ‫, ض‬ -. . /‫ا/ 1 م ا‬ ‫3 رك‬ ‫ون 5 1 ت‬ ‫آ /7,6 د‬ */ ‫ا اج‬ : ‫ب‬ $; ‫وب‬ ‫=5 < ة‬ ‫ف‬ $1 ? @‫ا‬ ? ‫ا‬ <A ‫$ =? ى‬D D – ‫? رة‬ E F3= ‫; ار‬ G!H ‫ار‬ J – ‫ة‬I‫ه‬ ‫! ر =ــ‬ L‫ا د‬ ‫* ق‬ < - ‫,6 ات‬ Main Text with translation The very top of the palace roof was very high and I was in danger of beingblown off by the wind. The monkey that had carried me there had nowdisappeared and I waited nervously while the Queens servants tried to rescue me.After some time, a brave servant reached up from his ladder, put me in his pocketand carried me back down to the ground. After this adventure, I was so ill that Ihad to stay in bed for two weeks. The King and Queen often visited me to see howI was, and I was told that the monkey had been sent away from the palace. I didnot need to worry about it ever again. 2
  3. 3. ‫ا‬ ‫ا دا ى‬ ‫أ‬ ، ‫ح‬ ‫ا‬ ‫! أن‬ " ‫ & ا وآ‬ ً ( ‫آ ." ذروة *!) ا‬ ‫دم 1 0 ع ا‬ 3 4‫"، و‬ ‫6 5ا‬ 6‫و. ، و‬ ‫م ا 8 7 و ن أن‬ 96 9:( 6 ; .‫ه ك وا. ا<ن ا‬‫ً & ا‬Jً " ‫ةآ‬ K ‫ا‬L‫ه‬ 6 .‫ا@رض‬ ‫ اا‬AB ً ‫ و‬C:9& D‫ وو‬C6 ‫ ص‬F ‫ ا‬G H ‫6 ا*! ا‬ B@‫ا‬‫ آ ن‬M 9‫وا آ‬ 8 ً: N .‫ورا‬O 8 ‫ وا‬P ‫9 ، آ ن ا‬B :*‫ة أ‬ H‫ا‬ Q8 ‫! رت أن أ‬D‫أ‬ .‫ر& أ‬ .‫ى‬ ‫ةأ‬ ‫ أى‬C.TU6 V ‫& أن أ‬ ‫ ه ك‬W9 C.‫ا ( ، وأ‬ ‫ 6 9 ا‬C *‫ أر‬G ‫، وأ : ت أن ا د‬ ً ُ When I was better, I visited the King one day in his office. "Its good to seeyoure feeling better, Gulliver." he said. "Tell me, what would youhave done if a monkey had taken you in your own country?" "Wedont have any monkeys in my country." I told him, "but if we did, Iwouldnt be frightened of them at all. Theyre so small that theywouldnt be a problem for me." "What, theyre smaller than you?"laughed the King, who thought that this was very funny. "Id love to hear moreabout your country. Please, tell me more." So I told him all aboutEngland: its government and its weather, about the arts and our education, andabout our own kings and queens. I explained Englands legal system and told himall about the events in the countrys history. The King was very interested ineverything I told him, and took notes while I talked." ‫ذا آ‬ . : ‫&9 ،ا‬ H7 6 U ‫ا 09 أن أراك‬ ": ‫، ل‬C: 8 ‫ ذات م‬P ‫ " زرت ا‬H7 B‫أآ ن‬ ‫ثه ا‬ ،‫6 ى‬ ‫ود‬ ‫أ‬ W9 7." :C : "‫6 ك‬ ".‫دا أ ك وأ‬ ً ‫أن‬ 3 *‫ وه ; أن‬P ‫ ا‬P7J " :H 6 8U ‫8 . ا‬ G .‫ ر & ا ر& أ‬K4 G ،‫ا`_^ق‬ ً BG ً6 Bd9 1 3 ‫ آ‬C : ‫ أ‬P " c‫ أ 9 . أآ‬P J ،‫ 6 ك‬B O ‫ ا‬a *‫؟ أود أن أ‬P K4‫ أ‬G‫78ً: " ذا، ه‬J P ‫ذ‬‫ا‬ 0.‫ا‬ . . ‫"ا ;ما‬ 1 ، 8 ‫آ و‬ B‫، و‬G9 ‫نوا‬ ‫ ا‬B ، H _‫و‬ 8 :‫ ا.0 ا‬BC ; ^ ‫، وآ ن ون‬C6 C : ‫ أ‬d91 386 ً P ‫ 6 ى، آ ن ا‬e ‫3 ر‬c ‫ ا` اث ا‬B d91 3‫ آ‬C : ‫وا‬ .‫آ " أ 7 ث‬ 96 After each of these talks, the King later used his notes to ask me questions.He seemed to think that my countrys legal system was very weak and thegovernment was extremely strange, and slowly I began to see England through hiseyes. "Where does your country get its money from, and why do youhave so many wars?" he asked me. I told him about our weapons that couldeasily kill people and destroy buildings. "Would you like me to show youhow to make such weapons yourself?" I asked him. The King looked 3
  4. 4. horrified. "Ive always been very interested in science." he said, "but I cannot believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things. Please, I never want to hear about such weapons again." ‫ آ ن‬C.‫ ، : و ا‬f*@‫6 5 ا‬ TH 8 C ; ^ ‫ م‬FH 6 9 P ‫ آ ن ا‬Q ‫ ا` د‬L ‫ه‬ ‫آ3 وا ة‬ 6‫^ل‬ ‫ا‬ 0.‫ و6 أت ر 09ً أرى ا‬K : N ". ‫ 9 ً & ا وأن ا 78 آ‬D ‫6 ى آ ن‬ ً . . ‫أن ا ; م ا‬‫ أن‬ H 6 a9! H ‫ا‬ 7 *‫ أ‬B C : ‫ ة؟" أ‬B ً6‫و‬ G8 ‫ل، و ذا‬ 6‫6 ك‬ T ‫أ‬ ": T* ،C9 9Bً ً A‫آ " دا‬ " :‫ل‬ "‫؟‬PH 6 7 *@‫ ا‬P a ( M9‫ آ‬P ‫: "ه3 د أن ُر‬C T* Gg ، . : ‫ا‬ ‫أ‬ ‫3ا سو‬ ، 9; ‫ ا@1 9 ء ا‬L ‫ 3 ه‬c P ‫د أن‬ ‫ ان أ4 ق أن أى أ‬a9! *‫` أ‬ 8 ‫ را: "و‬B ً ‫ 6 ا‬Gg "‫م‬ 6‫&ا‬ ً "‫ى‬ ‫ةأ‬ 7 *@‫ ا‬L ‫3 ه‬c B a *‫، ` أر أ6 ا أن أ‬P J ً My country, which I was so proud of, suddenly seemed small, unimportant and badly run. "I feel sorry for your people." he continued. "Youre very lucky because youve escaped to a better place, where people want to grow food rather than make war." In my many talks with the King, I discovered that the country of Brobdingnag was very different to our own. They did not need weapons but also they did not have many books, and the Kings library, the largest in the land, had only a thousand books in it. The King said that I could borrow anything that I wanted to read and asked his carpenter to make me a ladder so I could reach the top shelves.‫ن‬O7 6 1‫^: "أ‬A P ‫، أآ 3 ا‬f9* ً !6 ‫ و ُ ار‬ 9N‫9 ة و‬K4 ‫ة‬T0 ‫ را & ا 6 6 ت‬F " ‫آ‬ ً ً ‫6 ىا‬a4 ` 6 ‫ ا ا ! م‬B‫ر‬O ‫ون أن‬ ً ‫ ا س‬Q 9 ،3J ‫8 ن أ‬ ‫ ه 6" ا‬P.‫، أ." 7; ظ & ا أ‬P: 1 L 0 ً‫ ` 7 & ن‬G ‫ 6 ى، ه‬B ‫ & ا‬F ". ‫ " أن دو 6 و6 0 ج آ‬U ‫ أآ‬P ‫ ا‬a ‫9 ة‬c‫ آ‬Q ‫أ د‬ ً ‫ا 7 وب" و‬‫ آ ب، ل‬M ‫ أ‬m 6 G D‫أر‬ :‫ا@آ‬ ‫ ا‬P ‫، و 8 : ا‬n 8 ‫ا‬ 9c8 ‫8 ن ا‬ ` ً J ‫ أ‬G 8 ‫أ* 7 و‬ ‫* ً 8 أ4 3 ا‬ ُ a ( ‫ أن‬C6 ‫ ص‬F ‫ا 0 ر ا‬ n _‫ و‬L‫ أر أن أ أ‬d91 ‫أن أ* 9 أى‬ 8 .‫ أ‬P ‫ا‬ . 9 ‫ ا‬M ‫ا@ر‬ When I found a book that I was interested in, I would push it open against a wall. I would then use the ladder to climb to the top of the page so I could read the first line, then slowly walk down the ladder until I had read all the page. Then I would use both hands to turn the page and do the same thing again. Because their language does not have many words, I could read the books easily and soon I had read most of the books in the library. I learned a lot about the countrys ideas and 4
  5. 5. beliefs and understood that, although they never had wars with other countries,they did sometimes have rebellions between different areas inside the country. 8 7 ( ‫ا‬ B‫أ‬ ‫ ا‬V H ‫ 8 أ‬G H ‫ م ا‬F *‫ أ‬Gg ،mA ُ B C7 @ C ‫، آ " أد‬C6 G .‫آ " أ& آ 6ً أ‬ B7 ( ‫ ا‬n ‫8 أ‬ ^ ‫ م آ‬F *‫ آ " أ‬G g ،7 ( ‫ " أ أ آ 3 ا‬G H ‫ أ* 3 ا‬d!:6 ‫ل‬O.‫ أ‬Gg ،‫! ا@ول‬H ‫أ أ ا‬ H 6 n 8 ‫اءة ا‬ " 8 ‫ا8 ت‬ 9c8 ‫ا‬ 6 W9 G K ‫ى، و@ن‬ ‫ات أ‬ d9U ‫ ا‬W . 3 ‫وآ " أ‬ GN 6 C .‫" أ‬ ‫و‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ أ 8 ر ا و و‬B 9c8 ‫" ا‬ ،: 8 ‫ا‬ ‫ ا‬n 8 ‫ ا‬G; ‫أت‬ ‫ ن‬B *‫و‬ . ‫ دا 3 ا و‬F ‫ ا‬V_ ‫د 69 ا‬ ً. 9 ‫ أ‬G ‫:3، آ ن‬ ‫ى‬ ‫ 7 ر6 ا دول أ‬G G .‫أ‬ The books also told me about the music in Brobdingnag, and when I askedthe King about it, he asked me if I would like to hear a concert. So, one day, mybox was carried into a huge room and placed on a table where I could hear theKings best musicians. However, when the concert started, the noise was so greatthat the music only sounded like thunder. I told the King my problem, so it wasdecided that my box should be moved to the room next door, but even here, themusic was too loud for me. It was only when the box was put in a far room in thecorner of the palace, with the doors and windows closed, that I could begin tohear music and not just a loud noise. In fact, the music was then quite nice. a *‫ أن أ‬n ‫أ‬ T* B P ‫ " ا‬T* B‫6 و6 0 ج، و‬ 9* ‫ ا‬B ًJ ‫ أ‬n 8 ‫ا‬ : ‫أ‬ 8 Q 9 ‫ة‬O 96‫ا‬ B C D‫ و‬G ‫ آ:9 ة و‬N ‫ ص 6 ا‬F ‫3 ا ( وق ا‬ G ،‫، ذات م‬P ‫*9 9، و‬ 9* ‫ 9 & ا ر& أن ا‬B ‫ ء‬D J ‫6 أت ا 7 ، آ . " ا‬ ً B ،‫ ه ا‬a ‫، و‬P ‫ى ا‬ 99 9* 3J ‫* ع أ‬ 8 ‫ ا 0 ورة، و‬K ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ . 3 4 و‬G ‫ر أن‬ P ‫و‬ 8U 6 P ‫ ، أ : ت ا‬B ‫3 ا‬c ‫ : و‬m ". ‫آ‬G ‫زاو ا ( و‬ ‫ 6 9ة‬N ‫ ا ( وق‬aD‫ و‬G B m C.‫، إ‬ :H 6 ‫: & ا‬F4 ً 9* ‫ه ، آ ." ا‬" . ‫ا 7 9 ، آ‬ ، 9 B ‫ ء‬D D ‫ 0 د‬W9 ‫و‬ 9* ‫* عا‬ ‫أن أ6 أ‬ " 8 ‫ ا`6 اب وا ا ، أن‬V N . 9:‫آ‬ ‫ ا 79 & 9 ا‬P ‫ذ‬ 9* ‫ا‬ I had now been in Brobdingnag for two years and I began to think more andmore about my own country. I wanted to see my family again, but how could I gethome? The ship that I arrived on was the first to arrive on the coast from anotherland, but perhaps another one would arrive one day. When the King found outabout what I thinking, he said he would like to help me. "If my soldiers findanother ship like yours, Ill ask them to bring it at once to the capital.Id like to find you some friends of your own size. They can live in thepalace with you." he said. It was a kind offer. However, I did not like the idea 5
  6. 6. of more people being kept to please the King and Queen. I decided I wanted tospeak to people who shared my ideas and who I could talk to without worryingabout a giant stepping on me, or a bird taking me away. For that to happen, Ineeded to leave Brobdingnag. 8 ‫ى، و‬ ‫ةأ‬ A B ‫_ ، أر أن أرى‬ c‫ وأآ‬c‫ة * 9 و6 أت أ 8 اآ‬ ‫6 و6 0 ج‬ "c8 8 ‫ى، و‬ ‫أرض أ‬ ُ 3 H 3( 9 * ‫آ . " أول‬ 9 B " 4‫و‬ ‫ 9 ا‬H ‫أن أ43 _ ؟ ا‬ 8 M9‫آ‬ &‫: "إذا و‬ ‫ . ، ل‬B H ‫د أن‬ C .‫ل أ‬ 8 ‫ 9 آ " أ‬P ‫ ا‬MU ‫أآ‬ B ،‫ى ذات م‬ ‫(3 * 9 أ‬ 6‫ر‬‫ا 4 ، أود أن أ& 6 5 ا@4 ء‬ ‫ا7ل ا‬ ‫ وه‬J7 ‫ أن‬G n _T* ،P 9 * 3c ‫ى‬ ‫& دى * 9 أ‬ O 6‫ظ‬ `‫ 8 ة ا‬n ‫ أ‬G 8 ‫! ً، و‬B ًD B ‫." آ ن‬P ( ‫ا‬ ‫ ا‬U9 ‫ أن‬G 8 ،P 0 W .‫ أن أ 7 ث‬a9! *‫ رآ . أ 8 رى، أ. س أ‬U ‫ ُ. س‬a ‫أر أن أ 7 ث‬ ‫أ‬ .‫رت أ‬ ،8 ‫ وا‬P ‫ وا ا‬Hُ 8 ‫ا س‬‫أن‬ ‫& ا‬ .T ‫7 ث ه ا‬ 8 ‫ . 6 9 ً، و‬T ‫ * ف‬A _ ‫ ، أو‬H‫ ^ق * ف ه‬B ‫أن‬ ‫ا‬ V ‫ دون‬G 9 ‫ا‬ .‫ در 6 و6 0 ج‬N‫أ‬ One day, Glumdalclitch and I were travelling with the King and Queen inthe south of Brobdingnag. As usual, I was carried in my wooden box until wearrived at one of the Kings palaces which was about thirty kilometres from thecoast. Glumdalclitch and I were very tired, and Glumdalclitch felt a little ill, soshe said she was going to bed. I knew we were near to the sea, so before she leftthe room, I asked her if I could go to the beach to get some fresh air. She agreedand asked a young servant boy to take me there in the wooden box. When wearrived at the beach, I was very pleased to see the sea again after such a long time.I looked out of the windows of my box and enjoyed watching the waves andthought about England, which was somewhere to the west. After a few minutes,the sea air made me feel tired, so I lay down in my box and went to sleep. Theyoung servant closed my windows to keep out the cold wind and, thinking therewould be no danger to me, went off to look for birds eggs on the beach. G ،‫د‬ ‫& ب 6 و6 0 ج، وآ‬ 8 ‫ وا‬P ‫ ا‬a ‫ ون‬H q 9 8 ‫ا‬ &‫ذات م، آ " أ. و‬.‫ 3، آ " ا‬H ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ً 9‫ ن آ‬g^g ‫ا‬ : ‫ وا ى آ ن‬P ‫( ر ا‬ ‫أ‬ ‫و4 ا‬ :UF ‫ا‬ ‫4 و‬ .‫ ا‬G B‫م، آ " أ‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ " أ. ذاه: ا‬P ،M9 ‫ 6 ض‬q98‫ا‬ & ‫:9 & ً، و1 ت‬ ‫ا‬ q98‫ا‬ &‫و‬5 6 J @ d_ U ‫ا‬ ‫ ا‬n‫ا 8 أن أذه‬ ‫اذا آ ن‬ ": _ ، K ‫ در ا‬K ‫ :3 أن‬P ‫ا :7 ، و‬ 9:،d_ U ‫ا‬ ‫و4 " ا‬ B . :UF ‫ا ( وق ا‬ ‫ه ك‬ ‫ . ا‬T ‫9 أن‬K4 ‫دم‬ ": _‫ ا 6، وا " و‬L 9 ‫ا‬" *‫ا ( وق وا‬ ‫. ا‬ ‫ & ً، .; ت‬ ‫ا‬ !‫ة ا‬ ‫ا‬L ‫ه‬ 6‫ى‬ ‫ةأ‬ 7: ‫ ورا & ا أن أرى ا‬H " ‫آ‬ ً ً 6
  7. 7. 7: ‫ه اء ا‬ & VA ‫ د‬aJ 6 6‫ ب، و‬K ‫. 9 ا‬ ‫8ن‬ ". ‫آ‬ ‫ا.0 ا، وا‬ ‫ ه ة ا@ اج و 8 ت‬U 6C.@‫ح ا : ردة، و‬ ‫ا‬ :ُ 8 ‫ ب ا ا‬U ‫ دم ا‬F ‫ ا‬V N‫ا م، أ‬ ":‫وذه‬ ‫4 و‬ ‫ ر ت‬P ‫، و‬n 6 1‫أ‬ .d_ U ‫ا‬ B ‫ 695 ا !9 ر‬B Q7:9 ًB H n‫، ذه‬r B ! & ` C.‫ أ‬s I do not know how long I slept for, but I found myself suddenly woken upby a noise. I felt something lift up my box very suddenly, and I was carriedforward at great speed. I realised that the box was being carried high into the air."Hello? Whos picking me up? Please, put me down!" I called, as loudlyas I could but it was no good, the box continued to rise. I looked from my bed tothe window, but all I could see were clouds. I could now hear a noise above mewhich sounded like the flapping of wings, and as I stood up, I finally realised whathad happened. A huge sea bird had picked up my box and carried it off in its feet. ‫4 و‬a d9U 6 ‫ت‬ 1 ،‫ ء‬D D ! *‫ة 6 ا‬T 0 t 9 *‫ أ‬H . ‫و& ت‬ 8 ‫ا " . "، و‬ G‫ آ‬G B‫ أ‬G BT 6 "7 4 :‫اء‬ ‫ا‬ ً 9 B ` 7 ‫ آ:9 ة، أدرآ " ان ا ( وق آ ن‬B H 6 ً 6 ‫وا 7 ك‬ G ‫ة، و‬T0 ‫ا ( وق‬ *‫ ة، أ‬A ` 8 ‫ً" و‬D‫أر‬ D ،P J ‫ ؟‬B@ :7!( ‫ا ى‬ ‫:ً؟‬ ": 8 ‫4 ت‬0D a *‫ آ ن ُ7:ً، وا<ن أ* ! " أن أ‬L‫أ* ! " أن أرا‬ * 3‫ة، و 8 آ‬ ‫ا‬L0 ‫ى‬ * ‫ا`ر ع، و.; ت‬‫ 67 ى‬A _ ‫4 و‬m ‫أ‬ ،‫ث‬ ‫و "، أدرآ" أ 9 ا‬ ً B‫ أ& 7، و‬ ‫3 ر‬c ‫آ ." : و‬ ‫وا‬ .C9 B H6 C ‫ و‬GFD I know that in many countries there are birds which pick up and carryseashells high into the sky. They then drop them onto a hard rock to break, openthe shells so they can get to the soft food inside. Surely this was what this hugebird was planning to do with my box. I was extremely worried. After a fewminutes I heard the flapping of wings get faster, and my box moved up and downvery quickly. Then the wings went quiet and I felt myself falling very quicklytowards the ground. It was a horrible feeling. How high was I? It seemed as if Iwas falling for a long time, although it was probably only seconds. Then I felt aterrible jolt, and for a few seconds I could not breathe. What had happened? I hadstopped falling and the box had not broken, but it continued to move slowly upand down. I now understood that the box had landed in the sea. I silently thankedthe carpenter for making the box so well, using strong wood and metal for theedges. No water came in through the edges of the doors, and the box floated quitewell. The bird, perhaps seeing that its food was still protected, flew away into theclear sky. 7
  8. 8. ‫ ة‬F4 B . G g ،‫ ء‬H ‫ا‬ ً9 B 7 ‫ ا ( ف )ا 7 رات( و‬m ‫ ة ه ك _9 ر‬B ‫ دول‬C.‫ أ‬G B‫ا‬GFJ ‫ ا‬A ! ‫ ه ا ا‬C 9 * ‫آ9 ه ا‬T 6 ، ‫ و ُ ) ا 7 رة 8 ( ا ا ا ! م ا 9 6 ا‬H8 8 ‫4 ء‬ B@ ‫7 ك‬ ‫ن وآ ن 4 و‬B * ‫داد‬O 7 &@‫، * " ر ا‬VA ‫ د‬aJ6 6‫ و‬K ً " ‫6( و ، آ‬‫آ ن 1 را‬ً ،‫ آ:9 ة .7 ا@رض‬B H 6 m *‫ ه ءت ا@& 7 و1 ت أ. أ‬P ‫ آ:9 ة، و6 ذ‬B H6 3 *@‫و‬‫أ. آ . " ر6 0 د‬ GN ‫ ا‬B ، _ ‫ ة‬m *‫ا. آ " أ‬ ‫؟ : و‬C9 " ‫ ا`ر ع ا ى آ‬G‫;9 ً، آ‬G ‫ ط و ا ( وق‬H ‫ ا‬B " ‫، ذا ث؟‬W ‫ا‬ 8 ‫ أ‬G ‫ ة‬B .‫ ا‬c ‫ و‬f& ‫ة‬O 6 ‫ 1 ت‬Gg ،ٍ ‫ ا‬g ‫ن‬" 4 ‫ا :7 و‬ a ‫ @* 3، " ا<ن أن ا ( وق و‬B‫أ‬ d !:6 ‫ا 7 ك‬ *‫ أ‬C 8 ‫ ، و‬H8 L 9 ‫3 أى‬ G ،n .‫أ& 3 ا 0 ا‬ ‫ ً أ10 ر و‬F H ،ً & ‫ 4 و ً &9 ا‬a 4 C.@ ‫18 ت ا 0 ر‬ ‫ً ا‬ ً 9 7 ‫ال‬O ‫ آ ن‬C _ ‫ رأى أن‬C A ! ‫ ا`6 اب، و_ ا ( وق 6! &9 ة & ً، أ ا‬n.‫^ل & ا‬ ‫ا‬ .9 ( ‫ ء ا‬H ‫ !9 6 9 ا ا‬C & ً I knew, however, that I was far from Glumdalclitch, who would surely have rescued me. I worried, too, about the rocks that the King had told me were all around the coast of Brobdingnag. If the box hit a rock, or if one window broke to let in the water, I would surely drown. I had not died in the fall, but I was still in great danger.‫ ر‬F( ‫ن ا‬TU6 ًJ ‫آ9 * . ، آ " ً أ‬T 6 ". ‫ وا آ‬q 9 8 ‫ & ا‬B ‫ ه ا، آ " رآً أ. آ " 6 9 ا‬a ‫و‬ ً ‫ ة، أو أن أ ا ا‬F( 6 ‫ 68 3 * ا 3 6 و6 0 ج، ان ا4 وق أ4 ! م‬m97 .‫ أ‬P ‫ ا‬B . : ‫ا أ‬ . 9:‫! آ‬ ‫ ط و 8 آ " أزال‬H ‫ أ ُ" ا‬G ، 9‫آ‬T 6 ‫ ق‬N‫ و ك ا ء 3، * ف أ‬H8.‫أ‬ 8
  9. 9. Questions and Answers1- Who tried to rescue Gulliver after the monkey had left him? ‫ان آ ا د؟‬ ‫& %!ول ا" !ذ‬♣The servants of the queen. () * ‫, ام ا‬2 – Who saved Gulliver ? ‫؟‬ - "‫& ا‬♣A brave servant used a ladder , put Gulliver in his pocket and carriedhim back down to the ground. ‫,!دم 54!ع 2ا01( 0 / وو. 87 6 و%* >!= ا ا 7 ا;رض‬ ً3 – How long did he stay in bed after the adventure of the monkey? ‫! ا اش @! ة ا د؟‬B 8 ‫زم‬D 7E ‫2ل ا * ة ا‬F /‫آ‬♣He stayed ill in bed for two weeks. & >260‫زم ا اش ا‬D4 – What happened to the monkey? ‫!ذا % ث د؟‬♣It was sent away from the palace. H ‫ا >& ا‬5 – What did the king ask Gulliver when Gulliver visited him? ‫؟‬I‫ ! زار‬J> 4 K * ‫ ( ا‬L0 ‫ال ا -ى‬NO ‫! ا‬♣He asked him what he would have done if the monkey had taken him tohis country. ‫؟‬I 6 ‫ 2 ا,-ة ا د‬P 0 ‫0! !ذا آ!ن‬6 – What was Gullivers answer ? ‫ال؟‬NO ‫> 7 ا‬ ‫! ه2 رد‬♣He said there were no monkeys in his country. ‫؟‬I 78 ‫ ود‬R 2 D ‫!ل‬R7 – What was Gullivers opinion of the monkeys? ‫87 ا ود؟‬ ‫! رأى‬♣He said he wouldnt be afraid of them as they were so small and theywouldnt be a problem for him. ( )X ‫ 2ا‬Y*W / ‫ا و‬ @T /B*4% ‫/ آ!ن‬B"D /BJ ‫!ف‬VW &)W / "‫!ل ا‬R8 – What did Gulliver tell the king about his country? ‫؟‬I &> K * ‫ا‬ 6,‫!ذا ا‬♣ He told him many things about England , its government, weather , artsand education, kings and queens, the legal system and the events in thecountrys history. ‫آ‬ B‫، و‬G9 ‫ ا ن و ا‬B ، H _‫و‬ 8 :‫ ا.0 ا‬B d91 3‫ آ‬L : ‫أ‬ :‫ ا‬e‫ر‬ ‫ ا` اث‬B d91 3‫ آ‬L : ‫ا.0 ا وا‬ . . ‫و 8 ،ا ;ما‬9 – What was The kings reaction on hearing about England ? ‫ ا؟‬E 4"‫ 0*!> >& ا‬J> K * ‫ ا‬P 8 ‫! ه2 رد‬♣He was excited and took notes while Gulliver was talking. ZW % ‫!ء‬J‫ ون _%^!ت ا‬W ‫!را و آ!ن‬Y ‫آ!ن‬10 – What did the king use the notes for? ‫ ا *_%^!ت؟‬K * ‫ م ا‬VE0‫8 *! ا‬♣He used them to ask Gulliver questions. 4 ( `0‫! 2 ا‬B VE0‫ا‬11 – What did the king seem to think about Englands legal system? ‫ ا؟‬E 4"D 7"2"! ‫^!م ا‬J ‫ 87 ا‬K * ‫!ذا آ!ن راى ا‬♣He thought that it was a weak legal system . a . ‫ ا" "^!م‬E>‫ا‬12 – How was the king when Gulliver tell him how to make weapons? ‫ ؟‬b 0D‫!>( ا‬JT ( ‫>& آ‬ ‫ ! ا,6 ة‬J> K * ‫ آ!ن 5 2ر ا‬a ‫آ‬ 9
  10. 10. ♣He looked horrible. ! 2> ‫6 و‬W ‫آ!ن‬13 – What did Gulliver realize after his talk with the king? ‫؟‬K * ‫ ا‬c YW % ‫!ذا ادرك‬♣He felt his country was small , unimportant and badly run. ` 0 ( W 1 ‫*( و ار‬B e ‫ .` و‬I ‫5 ان‬14 – Why did the king think that Gulliver was lucky? ‫!؟‬f2^b ‫آ!ن‬ ‫ ان‬K * ‫ ا‬E>‫*!ذا ا‬♣Because he escaped to a better place where people wanted to growfood rather than make war. ‫ وب‬b ‫2ا ا‬JXW ‫ & ان‬D ‫ر>2ا ا 1 !م‬gW ‫ ون أن‬W W ‫!س‬J ‫ ا‬Z % ،Pj8‫ ه ب ا 7 )!ن أ‬e.f ً15 – What was the difference did Gulliver discover between his countryand Brobdingnag ? ‫؟‬l"!JW ‫ و و‬I & XE‫! ا ق ا -ى اآ‬♣He found that Brobdingnag did not need weapons , they didnt havemany books and even the largest library of the king had only a thousandbooks. ‫ ا‬P ‫، و 8 : ا‬n 8 ‫ا‬ 9c8 ‫ أن دو 6 و6 0 ج ` 7 & ن أ* 7 ` 8 ن ا‬MU ‫أآ‬ ‫ آ ب‬M ‫ أ‬m 6 G D‫أر‬ :‫ا@آ‬16 – What would the carpenter make Gulliver ? ‫4!ر 4 ؟‬J ‫ ا‬cJH 0 ‫!ذا‬♣He would make him a ladder to help him reach the top shelves. ! ‫ ا‬a8‫ر‬D‫2ل ا 7 ا‬T2 ‫ 87 ا‬I >!OW / 0 cJH 017 – How could Gulliver read a book? ‫! !؟‬E‫ أ آ‬W ‫ان‬ ‫1!ع‬E0‫ ا‬a ‫آ‬♣He pushed the book against the wall, then use the ladder to climb to thetop of the page to read the first line , then walk down the ladder till he hadread all the pages. He used his two hands to turn the page.d!:6 ‫ل‬O Gg ،‫! ا@ول‬H ‫أ ا‬ 8 7 ( ‫ ا‬B‫ ا أ‬V H 8 G H ‫ م ا‬F H Gg ،mA ُ B C7 C ‫آن‬ 7 ( ‫ ا‬n 8 C ^‫ م آ‬F *‫ آ ن أ‬Gg ،7 ( ‫أ آ3 ا‬ G H ‫أ* 3 ا‬18 – Why could Gulliver read most of the books in the library easily? ‫2 ؟‬BO (6E)* ‫ 87 ا‬nE) ‫ أ ^/ ا‬W ‫ان‬ ‫1!ع‬E0‫*!ذا ا‬♣ Because the language of Brobdingnag doesnt have many words. ‫ ة‬Y‫! آ *!ت آ‬B &)W / l"!4JW ‫ن @( و‬D19 – What did Gulliver learn from reading the books ? ‫؟‬nE) ‫ أة ا‬R & (* ‫!ذا‬♣He learned a lot about the countrys ideas and beliefs and there weresometimes rebellions between different areas inside the country. . /‫ ا/ و‬A‫ ا/7!6 دا‬kl 7/‫ أ .ً ;7 د = : ا‬Gi / ‫ آ ن‬e.‫ أ‬Gi ‫ و‬i;‫ ر ا/ و/ و ,6 ا‬F ‫ : أ‬jF/‫ ا‬G ,;20 – What else did he learn from books? ‫؟‬nE) ‫! * & ا‬jW‫!ذا ا‬♣He learned about the music of Brobdingnag. l"!JW ‫ >& 20 7 و‬Y) ‫> / ا‬21 – What did the king invite Gulliver to hear? ‫*!> ؟‬O K * ‫!ذا د>7 ا‬♣He invited him to hear a concert. ! 02 _ % ‫*!ع‬O I!>‫د‬22 – How was the music when Gulliver heard it at first? ‫(؟‬W‫87 ا 6 ا‬ !B *0 ! J> 7 02* ‫ ا‬o"!‫ آ‬a ‫آ‬♣It sounded like thunder. > ‫2ت ا‬T 6X o"!‫آ‬ 10
  11. 11. 23 – What was Gulliver problem during the concert? ‫ ا *20 7؟‬P b ‫!ء ا‬J‫ا‬ ( )X 7‫! ه‬♣The sound of music was loud so Gullivers box was moved to the anotherroom. But this didnt solve the problem. 8U ‫ 73 ا‬G ‫ ا 0 ورة، و 8 ه ا‬K ‫ ا ا‬C ‫ . 3 4 و‬G ‫ ا‬C :H 6 ‫: & ا‬F4 9* ‫آ ." ا‬ ً24 – When was this problem solved? ‫) (؟‬X* ‫ ا‬o % 7E♣When they put his box in the far room and the doors and windows wereclosed. K !6X ‫ 2اب و ا‬D‫ ا‬o e ‫ وق 87 ا %4 ة و‬JH ‫ ا‬c.‫ ! و‬J>25 – How long had Gulliver been staying in Brobdingnag now? ‫؟‬l"!4JW ‫87 و‬ !BY) 7E ‫2ل ا * ة ا‬F /‫آ‬♣For two years ‫>!!ن‬26 – What was Gulliver thinking of after two years? ‫ ور >!!ن؟‬ 8 ) W ‫! ا -ى آ!ن‬♣He was thinking of returning to his family and country. JF‫0 ( وو‬D ‫ ) 87 ا 2دة‬W ‫آ!ن‬ 27 – What was the kings reaction about that? ‫؟‬K ‫ % !ل ذ‬K * ‫ ا‬P 8 ‫! ه2 رد‬♣He told him that he would like to help Gulliver. ( >!O ‫2د‬W ("‫ ا‬I 6,‫ا‬28 – What did the king tell Gulliver? ‫؟‬ K * ‫!ذا ا,6 ا‬♣He told Gulliver that he would ask his soldiers if they found a ship like hisship , they would bring it to the capital. and would find people like him tolive with him in the palace. ‫ وه‬J7 ‫ أن‬G n !9* ،C 9 * 3c ‫ * 9 أ ى‬L‫إذا و& & د‬ C ( ‫ ا ا‬U9 ‫ أن‬G 8 ،C 0 W . ‫ا 7 ل ا ا 4 ، و أن و& 6 5 ا@4 ء‬29 – Did Gulliver like the idea of getting more people like Gulliver in thepalace? Why? ‫ ؟ *!ذا؟‬H ‫ ( 87 ا‬Y ‫ ون‬Y‫!ر ا"!س آ‬j%‫8) ة ا‬ o64>‫ ا‬P‫ه‬♣No, he didnt like this. as he wanted to speak to people who shared hisideas and who he could talk to without worrying about a giant steppingon him, or a bird taking him away‫ ^ق‬B ‫أن‬ V ‫ دون‬G 9 ‫ أن 7 ث ا‬a9! H ‫ ، أ. س‬L‫ أ 8 ر‬C. ‫ رآ‬U ‫ ُ. س‬a ‫أن 7 ث‬ ‫أ‬ C.` :0 G `ً ‫ 6 9 ا‬L T ‫ * ف‬A _ ‫، أو‬CH‫* ف ه‬30 – What did Gulliver ask one day from Glumdalclitch ? ‫2م؟‬W ‫ ذات‬pE ) ‫& * ا‬ n F ‫!ذا‬♣He asked her to go to the beach to get some fresh air. ‫2ل > 7 ا *!ء ا -ب‬Hb qF!X ‫ ا 7 ا‬n‫-ه‬W ‫! ان‬BJ n F31 – Who took Gulliver to the beach? ‫؟‬qF!X -,‫& ا‬♣A young servant boy took him in the wooden box.76X, ‫ وق‬JT 78 ‫@ ا,-ة‬T ‫,!دم‬32 – Why did Gulliver sleep? ‫؟‬ ‫*!ذا "!م‬♣Because he felt tired of the sea air. b6 ‫ & ه2اء ا‬n E ! 5 ("D33 – Why did the young boy leave Gulliver ? ‫؟‬ @H ‫*!ذا ك ا 2 ا‬♣He went to look for birds eggs on the beach. qF!X ‫ ا 1 2ر > 7 ا‬r &> Zb6 n‫ذه‬34 – Why did Gulliver suddenly wake up? ‫ة؟‬L48 s E0‫*!ذا ا‬ 11
  12. 12. ♣ by a noise of something that lifted up his box and was carried high intothe air. ‫2اء‬B ‫( و %* >! ! 87 ا‬R‫ و‬JT c8‫ ! ر‬q5 ‫ .2.!ء‬n6O35 – What did Gulliver see when he looked to the window? ‫ وق؟‬JH ‫ ! "^ ا 7 56!ك ا‬J> ‫!ذا راى‬♣He saw only clouds. t 8 ‫!ب‬bO ‫راى ا‬36 – What picked up Gullivers box? ‫؟‬ ‫ وق‬JT t E ‫! ا -ى ا‬♣A huge sea bird had picked up the box and carried it off in its feet. R 78 (> O *%‫/ و‬V. ‫ ى‬b =!F R‫ و‬JT t E ‫أ‬37 – What did Gulliver think the bird was going to do? ‫ ؟‬P 0 =!1 ‫ان ا‬ E>‫!ذا ا‬♣He thought it would drop him onto a hard rock as shell to get food. !B ,‫ 2ا ا 7 ا 1 !م ا & ا‬HW 7) ‫!رة‬b* ‫ ا‬uE ‫ و‬O)J 7) ‫!رة‬b* !‫*!ء آ‬T ‫ ة‬VT 7 > 0 "‫ ا‬E>‫ا‬38 – What happened after that? ‫؟‬K ‫!ذا % ث ذ‬♣The bird dropped the box and Gulliver began to fall down very quicklytowards the ground. ‫رض‬D‫2 ا‬b" (> O t6BW ‫ا0 1 ا 1!= و ا‬39 – What happened to the box? ‫ وق؟‬JH ‫! ا -ى % ث‬♣After few seconds, it stopped falling but the box was not broken. ‫ وق‬JH q 5 ‫ ث‬bW / &) ‫62ط و‬B ‫ وق >& ا‬JH ‫ ا‬aR2 ( R w=!R‫د‬40 – How did Gulliver know that the box fall in the sea? ‫ ؟‬b6 ‫ 87 ا‬t 0 ‫ وق‬JH ‫ان ا‬ ‫> ف‬a‫آ‬♣Because the box moved slowly up and down. ! !W‫ء ذه! ! و ا‬t6 ‫ ك‬b ‫ وق‬JH ‫ن ا‬D41 – Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter silently at that moment? ‫^ ؟‬b ‫ ا !رب( 87 ه-ة ا‬cJT ‫4!ر ) ا -ى‬J ‫ا‬ )5 ‫*!ذا‬Because he made the box so well using strong wood and metal. ‫!ب و ا * ن‬X,D‫2ى ا‬R‫ ! ا‬VEO >‫ وق 6 ا‬JH ‫ ا‬cJT ("D42 – What did the bird do? ‫ ا 1!= ؟‬P 8 ‫! -ا‬♣It left the box and flew away in the clear sky. ( 8!H ‫*!ء ا‬O ‫!ر 87 ا‬F ‫ وق و‬JH ‫ك ا‬43 – What would happen if the box hit a rock or a window broke? ‫ ت ا% ى 56! ) ؟‬O‫ ة و آ‬VH ‫ وق‬JH ‫ ث 2 ار 1/ ا‬b 0 ‫!ذا آ!ن‬♣Gulliver would surely drown. ‫!آ‬E ! ‫0 @ ق‬ ‫آ!ن‬ Quotations with answers 1 – " I was in danger of being blown off by the wind."1 – Who was the speaker?@ Gulliver.2 – Where was he at that moment?@He was on the top of the palace roof.3 – How was he taken there?@ He was taken by the monkey. 12
  13. 13. 2 – " Itd good to see your are feeling better."1 – Who was the addresser?@The king of Brobdingnag.2 – Who was the addressee?@ Gulliver.3 – What question did the speaker ask after that?@ The king asked Gulliver what he would have done if the monkey hadtaken him to his country. 3 – " We dont have any monkeys in my country."1 – Who was the speaker and to whom?@ Gulliver to the king.2 – What would happen if Gulliver had monkeys in his country?@ He would not be frightened of them as they were smaller.3 – What was the kings reaction to that?@ He laughed when Gulliver said that monkeys would be smaller thanhim. 4 – " What , they are smaller than you? "1 – Who was the speaker ?@ The king.2 – To Whom was he speaking?@ To Gulliver.3 – What does he mean by " they" ?@ He refers to monkeys. 5 – " I would love to hear more about your country, please tell me more."1 – Who was the speaker? To whom ?@ The king. @ To Gulliver.2 – Which country does he refer to?@ He refers to England.3 – What did Gulliver tell the king?@He told him about Englands government, weather, arts, education,kings, queens and the legal system.6 – " Where does your country get its money from and why do you have so many wars?"1 – Who was the speaker?@ The king to Gulliver.2 – What did Gulliver say?@ He told him that they had weapons that could easily kill people anddestroy things.3 – What did Gulliver want to show the king? 13
  14. 14. @ He wanted to show him how to make weapons himself but the kinglooked horrified . 7 – " I have always been very interested in science. , but I cant believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things. "1 – Who was the speaker to whom?@ The king to Gulliver.2 – What were the " terrible things" ?@ The weapons that kill and destroy.3 – What did the listener feel after hearing these words?@ He felt that his country seemed small , unimportant and badly run. 8 – " I feel sorry for your people , you are very lucky ."1 – Who was the speaker? and to whom?@ The king to Gulliver.2 – Why did he feel sorry for those people?@ Because they had weapons and so many wars.3 – Why was the listener lucky?@ He was lucky because he had escaped to better place where peoplewanted to grow food rather than make wars. 9 – " When I found a book that I was interested in, I would push it open against a wall. "1 – Who was the speaker ?@ Gulliver.2 – Where could he get the books?@ from the kings library.3 - What did he use to help him read?@ He used a ladder and both hands to turn pages. 10 – " I had now been in Brobdingnag for two years. "1 – Who was the speaker ?@ Gulliver.2 – What did he begin to think about?@ He began to think about his country and his family.3 – What did he want to do ?@ He wanted to get home. 11 – " If my soldiers find another ship like yours ."1 – Who was the speaker and to whom?@ The king to Gulliver .2 – Where would the soldiers take the ship?@ To the capital.3 – What did the king want to find for Gulliver?@ He wanted to find him some friends of his own size. 14
  15. 15. 12 – " Hello? who is picking me up? please, put me down!"1 – Who was the speaker ?@ Gulliver .2 – Did Gulliver get an answer ?@ No, he didnt get any reply.3 – What did Gulliver hear?@ He heard a noise above which sounded like the flapping of wings.Find the mistake and correct it in the following sentences.1- A brave soldier reached up from his ladder , put me in his pocket andcarried me back.2-After this adventure , I was so ill that I had to stay in bed for five weeks .3- I was told that the donkey had been sent away from the palace.4-We dont have any cows in my country.5-So I told him about France : its government and its weather.6-Why do you have so many peace ?7- Ive always been very interested in geography but I cant believe thatterrible things8- Please , I never want to hear about such sports again.9- My country , I was so proud of , suddenly seemed small , important andbadly run.10- You are very lucky because you have escaped to a worse place.11- I discovered that the country of Brobdingnag was very similar to ourown.12- The Kings library , the smallest in the land , had only a thousand booksin it.13- He asked his carpenter to make me a ladder so I could reach thebottom shelves.14- Then I would use both legs to turn the page and do the same thingagain.15-The noise was so great that the music sounded like lightning.16- In fact , the music was then quite bad.17- I had now been in Brobdingnag for four years and I began to thinkabout my country.18- Id like to find you some friends of your own size.They can live in thehouse with you.19-As usual , I was carried in my wooden chair.20- I looked out of the windows of my box and enjoyed watching thewinds.21- The young officer closed my windows to keep out the cold wind. 15
  16. 16. 22- I felt something lift down my box and I was carried forward at great speed 23- A huge sea animal had picked up my box and carried it off in its feet. 24- After a few minutes I heard the flapping of legs get faster. 25-Then I felt a terrible jolt , and for a few hours I couldnt breathe . 26- I now understood that the box had landed in the floor1-servant two monkey monkeys England wars science 8-weapons9-unimportant better different largest top hands thunder 16- nice10-two palace box waves servant up bird 24- wings25--seconds sea Find the mistakes and write the sentences correctly : 1 – The queens soldiers tried to save Gulliver. 2 – The servant used stairs to rescue Gulliver. 3 – After the adventure of the elephant Gulliver stayed in bed for two weeks. 4 – The monkey stayed in the palace after the accident. 5 – Gulliver told The king that there were monkeys in his country. 6 – Gulliver he would be frightened of monkeys. 7 – The queen was taking notes while Gulliver was talking about his country. 8 – The king thought that Englands legal system was strong. 9 – The king looked happy when Gulliver told him about how to make weapons. 10 – The king told Gulliver that he was not lucky to come to Brobdingnag. 11 – Brobdingnag had a lot of weapons and wars. 12 – IN Brobdingnag there were many books. 13 – The largest library in Brobdingnag was of the queen. 14 – The king asked the carpenter to make Gulliver a lift to help him to read . 15 – Gulliver used one hand to turn the page of a book. 16 – The language of Brobdingnag had many words. 17 – There were rebellions between different areas outside Brobdingnag. 18 – The king invited Gulliver to hear music in a ball. 19 – After two months Gulliver began to think of his own country. 20 – When the king knew what Gulliver was thinking of he was angry. 21 – Gulliver was carried in a golden box. 22 – Gulliver asked The queen to let him go to the beach. 23 – Gulliver wanted to go to the beach to swim. 16

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