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Gulliver's travels chapter 6

  1. 1. Mr. ASA 1
  2. 2. Chapter 6Vocabularyconfused - harbour ‫ء‬scholars bees ‫ا‬alive ‫ة‬ ‫%$# " ! ا‬ stings ‫ا‬insects ‫ ات‬ rough sea () ‫ه‬wise +, - "% fly away ‫/. ب‬servant ‫2 دم‬ park 34carpenter ‫76 ر‬ go for a walk 34 / - #8 /Soft - rough 2 - +% 7 shake - shook ‫/.4 - / ج‬cupboard ‫دو:ب‬ branch ‫= ع ا 6 ة‬silver >?= grass @) entertainment > $A hide – hid - hidden B C/argument ‫!ال‬E fastened ‫ط‬H - Fbowl > 7 I$J damage ‫ رة‬A2 - K$punishment ‫ ب‬L% hail ‫8 ء‬A ‫ل ا د ا‬HI‫ه‬trick ‫!ع‬C/ - >%!2 gardener # / E - #7 Aaged ..... 8% #= sailor ‫ر‬adviser ‫ر‬A lake ‫ة‬cream ‫آ /8> - "!ة‬ freedom >/ ‫ا‬drownrescue Mr. ASA ‫ ق‬P/ QL / breeze frog +A ‫ا‬ >%!RScruel #J " get hold of ‫ , م‬T A8/bones ‫ م‬U% squeeze ‫ة‬HL VP?/unable to #$% ‫ " در‬W pat "YI I/" #$% F /sweet +ZI ‫ ا‬H$ gently KI$ - [=eventually >/ . ‫ا2 ا – =# ا‬ pray #$]/ It was my first day in the palace and the first time I had met the King ofBrobdingnag. He looked angry and confused, as if he did not know what to thinkof this strange little person who the Queen had bought from a farmer. So hedecided he should ask for the advice of the best scholars in the land. Threeimportant-looking men arrived and they examined me carefully. "I cantunderstand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country."said one. "The man isnt very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small toeat anything without help, unless he eats insects." said another. I explainedto them and the King that there were many people like me in my country, and thatwe lived and ate as easily as the people of their land. The scholars laughed. "But 2
  3. 3. thats impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer." said the oldest and wisest scholar.‫<*?@?%ج، آ%ن *6<و ;%:6% و&8765ً، آ1% 0/ أ-, + *)( &%ذا‬A‫8و‬A B(& CA%D‫8 واول &8ة أ‬GH0‫ ا‬IJ ‫ ا+ول‬I&/* ‫< آ%ن‬H0 % ً‫, أن‬KKL(M NKK@* ,KK-‫8ر أ‬KKD B0PKK0‫ح، و‬RKKJ SKK& TKK5(10‫87, ا‬UKKV‫ى ا‬PKK0‫ ا‬NKK*8X0‫8 ا‬LXGKK0‫ ا‬YZ[KK0‫ا ا‬PKK‫[]ن ه‬KKA SKK^* ‫ أن‬NKK@*kLlUm‫<ه: "أ-% + أ‬f‫%ل أ‬D ،T*%?)A I-/GgJ‫ و‬SL1h& h-‫ ر_%ل *6<و أ‬T`R` Ca‫ أر:,، و‬IJ SLbHc10‫ ا‬CdJ‫8 أ‬L[Ue*،ً<K_ %)*8Km +‫<ا و‬K_ %K*/D rLK0 CK_80‫8: "ا‬Kpq ‫%ل‬KHJ "%-<K(A IJ %Lf ‫8ا _<ا و&%زال‬LXa ‫ أن *5/ن‬C_80 oL‫ آ‬hJ‫أن ا‬ ‫ً ا‬ ً ً ً ً ً‫ أن‬BK(1(0‫ و‬Kh0 wf8KV "‫[8ات‬Kf CK‫%ن *]آ‬K‫<ة، ا+ إذا آ‬M%eK& ‫ دون‬vLKV ‫ أى‬CK‫ أن + *]آ‬TK_‫<ا 0<ر‬K_ ‫8ة‬LXKa ,-%?m‫وأ‬ ً:SLKbHc10‫ ا‬K5f‫%ل أآ68 وأ‬HJ ،h:‫)/ب أر‬V Cc& T0/he0‫ ا‬rb?A C‫ و-]آ‬yL)- %?-‫(<ى، وأ‬A IJ I(c& S*8Lc‫ه?%ك أ-%س آ‬ ."‫ح‬Rb0‫ ا‬Tlm‫/ا‬A ‫ا‬P‫/ل ه‬H* ‫ ا01}آ< أ-, 7)( أن‬S& !CLgUe& ‫ا‬P‫ ه‬S50‫"و‬ When the King heard this, he asked to see the farmer at once, who, by chance, was still in the city. When the farmer arrived, the King asked him, his daughter and the Queen more questions about me. After a time, he said, "It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your own country is true. The Queen can keep you. I can see that Glumdalclitch likes you greatly, so I dont mind if she stays here as your teacher." Glumdalclitch was very pleased and was given her own room in the palace, as well as her own teacher and two servants. The Queen asked the palace carpenter to make me a comfortable home, the size of the box that I had been carried in by the farmer. Mr. ASA This he did, and soon I had a lovely house with a front door and large windows. The roof could be lifted so that a comfortable bed could be put inside. I also had two little chairs, two tables and some cupboards to put things in. The walls were soft, so that when anyone carried the house I would not hurt myself.,0]Km ،‫ح‬RKb0‫ ا‬CKa‫<&% و‬K?M ،TK?*<10‫ ا‬IKJ ‫%زال‬K& ‫%ن‬K‫ى، آ‬PK0‫%ل، وا‬g0‫ ا‬IJ ‫ح‬Rb0‫ أن *8ى ا‬N(ƒ ،B0‫ ذ‬B(10‫ ا‬k1m %&<?M،„Lga ‫(<ك‬A SM ,A I-86Z7 %& ‫ وأن‬SL…lZ& SLbHc10‫: "*6<و أن ا‬B(10‫%ل ا‬D ،‫8ة‬UJ <)A‫، و‬I?M T5(10‫, وا‬U?A‫ ه/ وا‬B(10‫ا‬w-%‫" آ‬B0 T1()1‫ ه?% آ‬LH7 /0 k-%&‫ + أ‬B0P0 ،‫[<ة‬A B6g7 yUL(50‫† أن _(/&<ا‬f+‫ ا‬I?-‫، آ1% أ‬BA †bUg7 ‫ أن‬T5(1(0 S51*w6(ƒ ،‫<م‬Z0‫ ا‬S& ‫ وأ`?%ن‬Ta%p T1()& I0‫ ا‬TJ%:+%A ،8GH0‫ ا‬IJ %hA Ta%p TJ8; wLlMُ‫<ة _<ا و‬L)m yUL(50‫_(/&<ا‬ ‫ً أ‬،‫ا‬PK‫ ه‬K7 ،‫ح‬RKb0‫ ا‬TlKm‫/ا‬A ,KLJ CK1fُ wK?‫ى آ‬PK0‫?<وق ا‬GK0‫@ ا‬f IJ ،„*8& wLA I0 k?G* ‫8 أن‬GH0‫ -@%ر ا‬S& T5(10‫ا‬ ‫أ‬„*8K& 8*8Km kK:/ُ IK50 oHeK0‫ ا‬kKJ8ُ ‫ أن‬SK51* ،‫8ة‬KL6‫ آ‬PKJ‫ و-/ا‬I&%K&‫%ب أ‬KA ,K0 CKL1_ ‫ل‬ŠK?& ‫<ي‬K0 ‫%ن‬K‫% آ‬K& ‫%ن‬M8m‫و‬ * *TK1M%- Œ•‫/ا‬Kg0‫ ا‬wK-%‫%، آ‬KhLJ ‫%ء‬LKV•‫ ا‬kK:/0 NL0‫<وا‬K0‫)• ا‬A ‫<7%ن و‬d?&‫8ان و‬LXa ‫%ن‬Lm8‫%ً آ‬d*‫، آ%ن 0<ي أ‬Cp‫%0<ا‬A .‫ل‬Š?10‫< ا‬f‫ أى أ‬C1g* %&<?M Ieb- ‫ + أؤذى‬I50 A key (the smallest thing ever made in the palace) was made for my door, so I could lock it and stop any rats or insects from entering. Glumdalclitch said she would look after the key, but I asked to keep it in my pocket. The key fitted comfortably in my hand, but to Glumdalclitch it was tiny and I worried she would lose it. They also made me some new clothes which, although they used the best cotton, felt rough and uncomfortable. The Queen was now very friendly to me and 3
  4. 4. asked for me to sit with her when she ate her meals in the dining room. I always sat at a small table by her arm and ate from a silver plate. We usually ate with Glumdalclitch and the Queens two daughters, who were aged sixteen and thirteen. It was strange for me to see them eat. A meal for one of the daughters was big enough to feed twenty farmers in my country.S& ‫[8ات‬f ‫…8ان أو‬J ‫ أى‬k?&‫% وأ‬h(bD‫ أن أ‬I??5&‫ أ‬B0P0 ،(8GH0‫ ا‬IJ ,)?a 7 vLV 8Xa‫ )وآ%ن أ‬IA%60 ‫%ح‬Ub& C1M 7RKA wKُ c* ‫%ح‬KUb10‫%ن ا‬K‫، آ‬IK6L_ IJ ,A †bUf‫ أن أ‬w6(ƒ I?50‫%ح، و‬Ub10%A I?U)7 ‫/ف‬m %h-‫ أ‬yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w0%D ،‫/ل‬p<0‫ا‬ 6•K)A %dK*‫ أ‬IK0 ‫?)/ا‬Ka ،–<KHb7 <KD %Kh-‫% أ‬KH(D wK?‫<ا وآ‬K_ ‫8ا‬LXKa ‫%ن‬K‫< آ‬KHJ yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(@0 T6eK?0%A %K&‫<ى، ا‬K* IJ ‫?%ء‬M ً ً ً ً‫ ا—ن‬TK5(10‫ ا‬wg6Ka‫، أ‬SKlD CdKJ‫<&/ا أ‬ZUKm‫ أ‬Kh-‫ أ‬SK& ;8K0‫ ا‬I(M Tg*8& 8L;‫ و‬T?[p w-%‫ آ‬IU0‫ ا0@<*<ة وا‬rAR10‫ا‬‫ة‬ŠLA‫ 78ا‬I(M r(_‫ دا•1% أ‬w?‫)%م، آ‬l0‫ ا‬TJ8; IJ %h7%6_‫?%ول و‬U7 %&<?M %h)& r(_‫ أن أ‬I?& w6(ƒ‫ و‬I‫ودودة _<ا 7@%ه‬ ً ً،TK5(10‫˜ ا‬KU?A‫ وأ‬yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ kK& ‫%م‬K)l0‫%ول ا‬K?U- %K?‫%دة آ‬KM ،TdKb0‫ ا‬SK& ™6ƒ IJ C‫ ءأآ‬w?‫% وآ‬hM‫@/ار ذرا‬A ‫8ة‬LXawK-%‫%ت آ‬K?60‫ ا‬SK& ‫<ة‬Kf‫ 0/ا‬TK6_/J ،‫ن‬R‫]آ‬K* %K1‫ أن أراه‬IK0 T6eK?0%A %6*8; ‫< آ%ن‬H0 ،ً&%M 13 ‫ 61 و‬S‫18ه‬M ‫ آ%ن‬I7R0‫ا‬ ً % .‫(<ى‬A IJ %fRJ S*8[M ‫)%م‬ƒ• Ib5* %1A ‫8ة‬L6‫آ‬ ً Every Wednesday, the King would join us. He enjoyed talking to me and asked me all about what we did for entertainment, how we worked and where we lived. One night, he listened to me talk and then began to laugh. Then he turned to an adviser and said, "You know, I cannot believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities, clothes and jobs, rewards and prizes, Mr. ASA arguments and fights!" When I realised that he was laughing at my own country, I began to feel angry. I also understood, however, that I was too small to do anything about it.،TL(eKU0‫ ا‬CK_‫ أ‬SK& ,K()b- vLKV CK‫ آ‬SM I?0]e* ‫ وآ%ن‬I)& ¡*<g0%A kU1Ue* ‫)%ء، آ%ن‬A‫ */م أر‬C‫?% آ‬L0‫ ا‬d?* B(10‫آ%ن ا‬:‫%ل‬D‫ و‬S*‫[%ر‬Ue10‫< ا‬f• ‫<ار‬Um‫ ا‬B0‫)< ذ‬A‫، و‬Bgd* ‫<أ‬A ` ‫<ث‬g7‫ ا0˜ وا-% أ‬k1Um‫، ا‬T(L0 ‫، وذات‬yL)- S*‫ وأ‬C1)- oL‫وآ‬‫…%ت‬J%5& ،o•%£‫ وو‬rAR& ،‫% &?%زل و&<ن‬h*<0 ‫ أن *5/ن‬S51* ‫8ة _<ا‬LXa ‫)/ب‬V ‫<ق أن‬a‫ أن أ‬kLlUm‫ 7)(، + أ‬C‫"ه‬ ً،ًdK*‫ أ‬wK1hJ IK??50‫، و‬NdX0%A 8)V‫<أت أ‬A ،I?ƒ/& S& 8Ze* ‫ أ-, آ%ن‬w‫?<&% أدرآ‬M‫8وب" و‬f‫%ت و‬M‫ا‬Š- ،Š•‫و_/ا‬ % .B0‫%ل ذ‬Lf vLV ‫ أى‬C)J‫ أن + أ‬T_‫8ا _<ا 0<ر‬LXa w?‫ آ‬I?-‫ا، أ‬P‫ ه‬k& ً ً Most people in the palace were kind to me, but there was one servant who did not like me. One day, when no one was looking, he picked me up and dropped me into a bowl of cream and then ran away as quickly as he could. The cream was cold and very thick and it is lucky that I am a good swimmer or I would have drowned. It was Glumdalclitch who rescued me by pulling me out of the thick liquid just in time. I felt ill after my accident, and was put to bed, and when the Queen heard what had happened, she punished the servant by making him wash all the cream from my clothes. To this day, I have never liked eating cream.SKK& TK(b; SLKf IKKJ‫/م، و‬K* ‫، ذات‬IK?6g* + <KKf‫%دم وا‬Kp ‫%ك‬K?‫%ن ه‬KK‫ آ‬SK50‫، و‬IK)& SLKK6Lƒ 8GKH0‫ ا‬IKJ ‫%س‬KK?0‫ ا‬K^)& ‫%ن‬K‫آ‬Sef S&‫ _<ا و‬T5L1m‫%ردة و‬A Tl[H0‫ ا‬w-%‫، آ‬S51* %& ‫8ع‬m]A ‫ ` ه8ب‬Tl[D TL-%l(m IJ IA I&‫ ور‬I?lHU0‫، أ‬kL1@0‫ا‬ ً 4
  5. 5. C•%eK0‫%رج ا‬Kp I6gKm ™K*8ƒ SKM I?7PKH-‫ أ‬IKU0‫ ا‬yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ %Kh-‫];8ق، أ‬Km w?‫% &%ه8ا وا+ آ‬f%6m w?‫ آ‬I?-‫† أ‬g0‫ا‬ ً ً%K1A TK5(10‫ ا‬w)1Km %&<K?M‫8*8، و‬eK0‫ ا‬IKJ I)K:‫ و‬K7‫، و‬TK`‫%د‬g0‫– ا‬P‫)< ه‬A ‫%018ض‬A ‫)8ت‬V ،Nm%?10‫ ا‬wD/0‫ ا‬IJ BL1e0‫ا‬ .Tl[H0‫ ا‬C‫آ‬q ‫<ا أن‬A‫ ا‬N;‫/م، 0 أر‬L0‫ ا‬B0‫ ذ‬P?&‫، و‬IeAR& S& Tl[H0‫ ا‬CeX* ,U()_ ‫]ن‬A ‫%دم‬Z0‫ ا‬w6D%M ‫<ث‬f ً The punishment did not stop the same servant trying another cruel trick a few days later. We had just finished eating some meat, and on Glumdalclitchs plate there was a large bone with a hole down the middle. When no one was looking, the servant picked me up and pushed my legs into the hole, before standing the bone up on the plate. So when Glumdalclitch came back into the dining room, there I was, high above the plate with both my legs inside the bone, unable to move. Glumdalclitch laughed as she took me out, but I did not find it funny.•K)A ‫%ول‬K?7 SK& %K-/U0 %K?LhU-‫< أ‬KD %K?‫%م، آ‬K*‫ أ‬T)dKA <)A ‫8ى‬p‫ أ‬TLm%D TM<p ‫ أن *@8ب‬S& ‫%دم‬Z0‫ ا‬rb- TA/H)0‫ ا‬k?17 0‫%دم‬KZ0‫ ا‬IK?lHU0‫ أ‬kKL1@0‫ ا‬SK& TK(b; IKJ‫%، و‬hbGKU?& CbKm‫ أ‬TKgUJ %hA‫8ة و‬L6‫ آ‬T1^M yUL(50‫6™ _(/&<ا‬ƒ IJ ‫، وآ%ن‬g(0‫ا‬TKJ8; IK0‫ ا‬yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ ‫%دت‬KM %&<K?M B0PK0‫™، و‬K6l0‫ ا‬IK(M T1LHUeK& T1^)0‫ ا‬kd* ‫ أن‬C6D ،TgUb0‫ ا‬IJ ‫ى‬R_‫ ر‬kJ‫ود‬,TKK‫8آ‬g0‫ ا‬IKK(M ‫<ر‬KKD‫، + أ‬TKK1^)0‫ ا‬CKKp‫ى دا‬RKK_‫ ر‬SKK& RK‫ آ‬wKK-%‫™ وآ‬KK6l0‫/ق ا‬KKJ ‫%ل‬KKM ‫%ن‬KK5& IKKJ ‫%ك‬KK?‫% ه‬KK-‫ أ‬wKK?‫%م، آ‬KK)l0‫ا‬ ً ٍ .%5gd& B0‫ 0 أ_< ذ‬I??50‫ و‬I?_8Z7 I‫ وه‬yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w5g: ً A bigger problem for me, however, was bees. These enormous insects came into the palace during the summer when the windows were open and we Mr. ASA ate fruit or sweet things. The Queen thought I was not very brave because I was frightened of these insects, but although they were nothing to her, they were very dangerous to me. One day, when I was eating some cake in my home, three bees flew in through my window. One of them carried a cake away and the others flew around my head. I pulled out my sword and attacked them, cutting off their stings, and eventually they flew away. I quickly closed the window, although it was hot and there was not much air.%&<?M oLG0‫8 أ`?%ء ا‬GH0‫ ا‬Cp<7 w-%‫ آ‬T1Zd0‫[8ات ا‬g0‫ ا‬B(7 ،Cg?0‫ ا‬I‫ ه‬I0 T6e?0%A 86‫ ا+آ‬T(5[10‫ ا‬w-%‫ا، آ‬P‫ ه‬k&‫و‬wK?‫ آ‬IK?-• ‫<ا‬K_ %M%@KV weK0 IK?-‫ أ‬TK5(10‫ ا‬wK?£ ،‫/ة‬K(ُ ‫%ء‬LKV‫ أو أ‬TKh‫%آ‬J ‫?%ول‬U- SLe0%_ ‫ و-5/ن‬Tf/Ub& PJ‫75/ن ا0?/ا‬ ً ً f،‫/م‬K* ‫، ذات‬IK0 T6eK?0%A ‫<ا‬K_ S*8KLlp ‫%-/ا‬K‫%، آ‬Kh0 T6eK?0%A %…LKV ‫/ا‬eL0 h-‫ أ‬S& ;80%A S50‫[8ات، و‬g0‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬S& ‫%ف‬p‫أ‬ ً ًBKL50‫ ا‬SK& T)lD w(1f h?& ‫<ة‬f‫ة، وا‬PJ%?0‫ل ا‬Rp S& Cg?0‫ ا‬S& T`R` Cp‫، د‬IULA IJ ‫)%م‬l0‫)• ا‬A ‫ أ7?%ول‬w?‫?<&% آ‬MwKH(;‫ أ‬TM8eKA‫<ً، و‬KL)A ‫%روا‬ƒ T*%h?0‫ ا‬IJ‫1% و‬h6-‫ ز‬w)lHJ ،%1hU1_%‫ وه‬IbLm w_8p‫، أ‬Im‫8أ‬A %J%ƒ S*8p•‫<ً، وا‬L)A ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ .%LJ%‫ ه?%ك ه/اءا آ‬S5* 0‫%را و‬f ‫ آ%ن‬rHl0‫ أن ا‬S& ;80‫ ا‬I(M ،‫ة‬PJ%?0‫ا‬ ً ً ً One day, the King asked me to sit down so he could talk to me. "Let me tell you more about my country." he said. "In the north there are mountains that are forty kilometres high. You cant pass these mountains because many of them are volcanoes. No one in Brobdingnag knows what lies north of them. The rest of my land has sea all around it, but there isnt one harbour in all 5
  6. 6. the country. The seas are all so rough that it isnt safe for boats to go out into them, so weve never travelled to other countries. Our rivers are full of fish, so we dont need to go fishing in the seas." He then told me that there were fifty-one cities in his country and a great many towns and villages. The capital city, Lorbrulgrud, lay on a river and had 80,000 houses. I found all this information very interesting and asked if I could see more of his land.‫%ل‬K6_ <K_/* ‫[1%ل‬K0‫ ا‬IJ ،IU0‫ دو‬SM <*Š10‫68ك ا‬p‫ أ‬I?M‫: "د‬I0 ‫%ل‬D ،I)& ‫<ث‬gUL0 r(_‫ ان ا‬B(10‫ ا‬I?& N(ƒ ‫ذات */م‬‫<*?@?%ج‬A‫8و‬A IJ <f‫، + أ‬SL‫8اآ‬A SM ‫6%رة‬M h?& 8Lc50‫– ا0@6%ل •ن ا‬P‫ أن 7)68 ه‬B?51* + ،8U&/(L‫)/ن آ‬A‫% أر‬hM%b7‫أر‬،TK0‫%ء ا0<و‬Kg-‫ ا‬CK‫ آ‬IJ <f‫?%ء وا‬L& <_/* + S50‫%، و‬h6-‫ _/ا‬C5A ŒLg* 8gA ,A I:‫ أر‬ID%A ،%h0%1V IJ kH* ‫*)8ف &%ذا‬%K-‫%ر‬h-‫8ى، أ‬Kp‫ أى دول أ‬I0‫<ا ا‬A‫8 أ‬J%e- 0 B0P0 ،%hL0‫8ج ا‬Z7 ‫ أن‬N‫&?% 0(18اآ‬q rL0 ,-‫ أ‬T_‫ _<ا 0<ر‬T@•%‫% ه‬h(‫%ر آ‬g60%J ً ً ًSK& LK^M ‫<د‬KM‫,، و‬KU0‫ دو‬IKJ TK?*<& 55 ‫%ك‬K?‫ أن ه‬I-86p‫8" ` أ‬g60‫ ا‬IJ <LG(0 N‫ه‬P- ‫%ج أن‬Ug- + B0P0 B1e0%A T…L(&THLKV ‫%ت‬K&/()10‫– ا‬PK‫ ه‬CK‫ آ‬wK-%‫ل، آ‬ŠK?& 80,000 %KhA‫8 و‬h- I(M kH7 ‫8و0@8د‬A‫ 0/ر‬T1a%)0‫8ى،ا‬H0‫8ة و ا‬LXG0‫ا0<ن ا‬ .,:‫ أر‬S& <*Š10‫ ان أرى ا‬S5110‫ ا‬S& /0 w6(ƒ B0P0‫ و‬I0 T6e?0%A On some days, Glumdalclitch took me out with her for rides on her horse through the city and into the parks. She carried me in a special box that the Queens carpenter had made for me. Inside the box was a table and two chairs, fastened to the floor so that they did not move. People in the city knew who we were and often asked to see me, and Glumdalclitch took me out of the box and Mr. ASA put me in her hand while the people pointed and smiled at me.wK-%‫%ت، آ‬K‫ه‬ŠU?10‫ ا‬CKp‫ ودا‬TK?*<10‫8 ا‬K6M %h-%GKf ‫/ب‬K‫%رج 08آ‬Z(0 %h)& I-Pp%7 yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w-%‫)• ا•*%م، آ‬A IJTLK:‫ ا•ر‬IKJ SLU6c& SLLm8‫ة وآ‬ŠLA‫?<وق آ%ن ه?%ك 78ا‬G0‫ ا‬Cp‫، دا‬T5(10‫ -@%ر ا‬I0 ,)?a ‫%ص‬p ‫?<وق‬a IJ I?(1g7yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ wK-%‫، وآ‬IK-‫/ن أن *8و‬K6(l* ‫%-/ا‬K‫% آ‬K& %60%;‫ و‬Sg- S& ‫/ن‬J8)* T?*<10‫ ا‬IJ ‫8آ/ا، آ%ن ا0?%س‬gU* + I50 ً .I0 ‫1/ن‬eU6*‫8ون و‬L[* ‫?1% ا0?%س‬LA %‫ *<ه‬I(M I?)d7‫?<وق و‬G0‫ ا‬S& I?_8Zُ 7 One day, Glumdalclitch carried my box with me inside and went into the palace gardens. She then took me out of the box and put me down on the ground under some apple trees while she went for a walk. Meanwhile, the servant who had put me in the bowl of cream was watching me, although I did not realize this at the time. When he saw that I was under the trees, alone, he shook the branches and about twelve apples fell down. One of them hit me on the back and another hit my face but luckily I was not badly hurt. The servant laughed out loudly before running away again without anyone seeing him but me.%K1?LA ‫%ح‬KbU0‫@8 ا‬KV •K)A ‫/ار‬K@A ‫ ا•رض‬IK(M IK?U0Š-‫, وأ‬K(p‫<ا‬A %K-‫?<وق وأ‬GK0‫ ا‬C1gA yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w&%D ،‫ذات */م‬;80%KA ،I-<‫[%ه‬K* ،Tl[KH0‫ ا‬TL-%l(Km IJ C6D S& I?):‫ى و‬P0‫%دم، ا‬Z0‫، آ%ن ا‬T^g(0‫ ا‬rb- IJ‫، و‬TL[17 IJ I‫ ه‬w6‫ذه‬%K?`‫ أ‬I0‫/ا‬Kf kD‫8ع ا0[@8ة وو‬J‫ أ‬ŠhA ‫%م‬D ،8@[0‫ ا‬wg7 ‫<ى‬f‫ و‬w?‫ آ‬I?-‫?<&% رأى أ‬M‫?,، و‬Lf IJ B0‫ 0 أدرك ذ‬I?-‫ أ‬S&‫%دم‬KZ0‫ ا‬BgK: ،‫8ة‬KLlp TKH*8lA NKaُ 0 †g0‫ ا‬Seg0 S50‫ و‬Ih_/A ‫8ى‬p‫8ى وأ‬h^A w&<la‫<ه% أ‬f‫، أ‬Tf%b7 ‫[8ة‬M ‫أ‬ .‫8ى‬L; <f‫8ب دون أن *8ا– أ‬h* ‫ أن‬C6D ،ٍ %M ‫/ت‬GA ‫ل‬ 6
  7. 7. I had many other accidents in that garden, always when Glumdalclitch had left me alone. Once, a bird almost picked me up before I frightened it away with my sword. Another time, I fell into a huge hole that had been made by some animal and found it very difficult to get out of it. On another day, Glumdalclitch went for a walk through the gardens and left me on the grass. Suddenly, it began to hail. Each hail stone was the size of a tennis ball and it hurt greatly when they hit me. I was quickly knocked to the ground and it was lucky that I found a tree to hide under, or I would have surely died. I had so many bruises that I could not walk for many days.‫<ً، ذات &8ة، آ%ن‬Lf‫ و‬yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬I?‫8آ‬U7 %&<?M %1•‫<ث دا‬g7 w-%‫، آ‬TH*<g0‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬IJ ‫/ادث‬g0‫ ا‬S& 8Lc50‫ ا‬I0 w`<f ‫ا‬ ً%h)?a ‫8ة‬L6‫8ة آ‬bf IJ wlHm ،‫8ى‬p‫ &8ة أ‬IJ‫، و‬I?M <)U6L0 IbLeA ,bLpُ ‫ أن‬C6D I?lHU(* ‫ أن‬BV‫ و‬I(M 8•%ƒ ‫أ‬TH*<g0‫ ا‬IJ TL[1U(0 yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w6‫8 ذه‬pq ‫%، وذات */م‬h?& ‫8ج‬p‫ _<ا أن أ‬N)G0‫ ا‬S& ,-‫/ان &% وو_<ت أ‬Lf ً%&<?M ‫ 7}0 _<ا‬w-%‫ وآ‬r?U0‫@ آ8ة ا‬f IJ I@(` 8@f C‫8 `(® وآ%ن آ‬l17 ‫<أت‬A ،‫@]ة‬J‫، و‬y•%[g0‫ ا‬I(M I?U‫و78آ‬ ًw?‫% وإ+ آ‬hUg7 ]6Up‫ أ‬I50 ‫@8ة‬V ‫ و_<ت‬I?-‫ أ‬I^f Sef S& ‫ أر:% وآ%ن‬If8ƒ 7 %& ‫%ن‬M8m‫، و‬IA ‫<م‬lG7 ً .‫ 0)<ة أ*%م‬I[&‫ أن ا‬klUm‫ 0 أ‬I?-‫ أ‬T_‫ ا05<&%ت 0<ر‬S& 8Lc5A w6aُ ،<L‫]آ‬U0%A ‫]&/ت‬m ‫أ‬ My worst accident, however, happened one morning when Glumdalclitch was in another part of the garden. A dog arrived and, smelling me immediately, quickly took me in its mouth before I could run away. The dog then ran to its Mr. ASA master, who worked in the gardens. Luckily, the dog dropped me by its master’s feet and he quickly picked me up before the dog could do me any damage. The gardener asked me if I was all right and ran up to Glumdalclitch to tell her what had happened. She was horrified but she did not tell the Queen, thinking she would be angry. From that moment, Glumdalclitch promised that she would never leave me alone again, although this was not something that I was pleased to hear. I was, of course, pleased to have her friendship and to have her help and protect me, but I also needed my own space and freedom.N(‫ آ‬Ca‫، و‬TH*<g0‫ ا‬S& 8pq ‫ء‬Š_ IJ yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w-%‫?<&% آ‬M ‫6%ح‬a ‫ ذات‬w)D‫ و‬I0 T`‫%د‬f ‫/أ‬m‫±ن أ‬J ،‫ا‬P‫ ه‬C‫ آ‬k&‫و‬‫%ن‬K‫ى آ‬PK0‫<–، وا‬LKm IK0‫ ا‬NK(50‫8ى ا‬K_ K` ،‫8وب‬Kh0‫ ا‬kLlUKm‫ أن أ‬CK6D ,1J IJ I-Pp‫%ن &% أ‬M8m‫ و‬I?1[* ‫%ل‬g0‫ ا‬IJ ‫<أ‬A‫و‬‫ أى‬N(50‫˜ ا‬A ™g(ُ ‫ أن‬C6D TM8eA I?lHU0‫ى أ‬P0‫<– وا‬Lm I&<D ‫@/ار‬A N(50‫ ا‬I?lHm‫†، أ‬g0‫ ا‬Seg0‫<ا•™، و‬g0‫ ا‬IJ C1)* *8K6Z7 K0 %Kh?50 TKA/M8& wK-%‫<ث، آ‬Kf %K1A %K‫68ه‬ZL0 yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ IK0‫8ى ا‬K_‫8 و‬LZA w?‫ إذا آ‬I?*%?@0‫ ا‬I?0]m ،‫:8ر‬،‫8ى‬Kpُ ‫8ة‬K& ‫<ى‬Kf‫ و‬IK?&8U7 SK0 ‫<ا‬KA‫% أ‬Kh-‫ أ‬yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ I?7<M‫، و‬T^g(0‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬P?& .NdXUm %h-‫ أ‬w?£ %h-• ،T5(10‫ا‬ ‫أ‬ ً،IK0 %KhU*%1f‫% و‬h7<M%eK&‫% و‬hUD‫<ا‬GKA ‫8ورا‬eK& k6l0%KA wK?‫,، آ‬M%1eKA <)Km‫ى أ‬PK0‫ ا‬vL[K0%A SK5* K0 ‫ا‬PK‫ أن ه‬S& ;80%A ً .T*8g0‫8اغ وا‬b0‫ ا‬S& Ta%Z0‫ ا‬IUf%e& ‫%ج‬Uf‫ أ‬w?‫% آ‬d*‫ أ‬I?50‫و‬ ً One day, I was with the Queen in the palace and was telling her about my travels on the seas. “You must be a good sailor.” she said. “Perhaps you’d like to have your own boat? Then you could show us what you can do.” “I 7
  8. 8. would love that.” I told her. “However, I can’t use any of the boats in your land because of their size. I’d need a special one that was much smaller.” “Very well.” she replied. “I’ll ask the palace carpenter to make you one.”B()0 ،8‫%ر &%ه‬gA B-‫ ا01}آ< أ‬S&" :w0%HJ ،‫%ر‬g60‫ ا‬IJ I7Rf‫ ر‬SM %‫68ه‬p‫ أ‬w?‫8 وآ‬GH0‫ ا‬IJ T5(10‫ ا‬k& w?‫ذات */م آ‬‫ أن‬kLlUKm‫ + أ‬IK?50‫، و‬BK0‫%: "أود ذ‬Kh786p]J "CK)b7 ‫ أن‬SK51* ‫%ذا‬K& %K?*87 ‫ أن‬kLlUeK7 %‫<ه‬K?M‫؟ و‬BKA %Ka%p %A‫%ر‬D ‫%ج‬Ug7 ً ً"8Lc5A 8Xa‫5/ن أ‬Lm ‫ى‬P0‫%ص وا‬p N‫ &8آ‬I0‫%ج ا‬Uf]m ،%h1@f NeeA B:‫ أر‬IJ ‫/ارب ا01/_/دة‬H0‫ ا‬S& ‫<م أى‬ZUm‫أ‬ ."‫<ا‬f‫ وا‬B0 k?G* ‫8 أن‬GH0‫ -@%ر ا‬S& N(ƒ]m ،ً<_ <L_" :T(•%D ‫ردت‬ ً ‫ا‬ A few days later, I was given a small sailing boat, beautifully made from hard wood. At first, the Queen suggested that I sailed the boat in a bath, but there was not much room, even for so tiny a ship, so she asked her servants to make me a small lake in her gardens. The Queen and her ladies liked to watch me sailing up and down this small lake and they sometimes waved their hands around to make a breeze which allowed me to sail more quickly. I enjoyed these sailing trips, although danger was never far away. One day, a frog jumped into the lake and made a wave that was so big that it nearly turned over my boat. The Queen grabbed me to stop this happening, and each day, after I had finished sailing, she picked up the boat and put it on a nail on the wall in the garden, where it could dry in the sun. Mr. ASAwKf8UD‫، أ‬TK*‫ ا06<ا‬IKJ ،N(GK0‫ ا‬N[Z0‫ ا‬S& T(L1_ TH*8lA ‫?/ع‬G& ،8LXa <La N‫ &8آ‬I•%lM‫ أ*%م، 7 أ‬T)dA •)AB0PK0 ،ً<K_ 8LXGK0‫ ا‬NK‫ا ا018آ‬PK‫ ه‬CKc10 IKUf ،ٍ %K‫8اغ آ‬KJ <K_/* K0 SK50‫، و‬Tf%6Km ‫1%م‬f IJ N‫%018آ‬A 8gAُ ‫ أن‬T5(10‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ف‬ ‫أ‬%KA%*‫% وإ‬KA%‫8 ذه‬KgAُ IK-‫ أن *8و‬S66g* %h7%?A‫ و‬T5(10‫ ا‬w-%‫%، آ‬hUH*<f IJ ‫8ة‬LXa ‫8ة‬LgA I0 ‫?)/ا‬G* ‫% أن‬h&<p S& w6(ƒً ً ‫أ‬8KgAُ ‫ أن‬IK0 „1e7 TL•‫?)/ا دوا•8 ه/ا‬G* I50 T*8•‫/رة دا‬GA h*<*]A ‫/ن‬f/(* %-%Lf‫8ة وآ%-/ا أ‬LXG0‫8ة ا‬Lg60‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬IJ ‫أ‬ ً‫<ع‬bK: ‫ت‬ŠKbD ،‫/م‬K* ‫<ً، ذات‬K_ ‫<ا‬KL)A SK5* 0 8lZ0‫ أن ا‬S& ;80%A T*8g60‫ت ا‬Rf80‫– ا‬PhA w)U1Um‫< أ‬H0 ،86‫ أآ‬TM8eA ‫ً ا‬IKA w5e&‫ أ‬T5(10‫ ا‬S50‫، و‬NHM I(M %m‫ رأ‬I6‫ &8آ‬w0/f %6*8H7 %h-‫ أ‬T_‫8ة _<ا 0<ر‬L6‫ آ‬w-%‫ آ‬T_/& k?a‫8ة و‬Lg60‫ ا‬IJ ً ًŒ•%Kf IKJ ‫1%ر‬eK& IKJ ,)dK7‫ و‬N‫ ا018آ‬ŒHU(7 w-%‫%ر، آ‬gA+‫ ا‬S& IhU-‫)< أن أ‬A ‫ */م‬C‫<ث، وآ‬g* ‫ا‬P‫ + 7<ع ه‬I50 ‫[<ة‬A .r1[0‫ ا‬IJ o@* ‫¡ *15?, أن‬Lf TH*<g0‫ ا‬IJ The biggest danger for me at that time, however, was from a monkey who belonged to one of the servants. I was sitting inside my house with the windows open one morning when I heard a noise. I looked out of the windows and saw the monkey exploring the room where my house had been put. When he saw my house, he looked pleased and ran up to take a closer look. He then saw me through the windows and tried to reach me with his long arms. I tried to hide, but eventually the monkey got hold of my jacket and pulled me towards him. He held me in his arms, as a mother does with a baby, and when I tried to escape, he 8
  9. 9. squeezed me so hard that I thought it was best not to move. At that moment Glumdalclitch opened the door into the room, so the monkey quickly jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the roof of the palace, still holding me with one hand! "Quick! The monkeys got hold of Grildrig! Hes going onto the roof!" I heard Glumdalclitch shout behind me.PKJ‫ وا0?/ا‬IKULA IKJ %eK0%_ wK?‫<م، آ‬KZ0‫< ا‬Kf‫ أ‬YKZ* ‫8د‬KD SK& ‫%ن‬K‫8ة، آ‬Ub0‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬IJ I0 T6e?0%A 86‫8 ا•آ‬lZ0%J ،‫ا‬P‫ ه‬k&‫و‬ ًIKULA kK:‫ و‬K7 IKU0‫ ا‬TKJ8X0‫ ا‬YgbUK* ‫8د‬KH0‫<ت ا‬K_‫ وو‬PKJ‫ ا0?/ا‬SK& ‫ :/:%ء، -^8ت‬w)1m %&<?M ‫6%ح‬a ‫ ذات‬Tf/Ub&CGK* ‫%ول أن‬f‫ و‬PJ‫ل ا0?/ا‬Rp S& I-q‫8ب، ` ر‬D SM ‫ -^8ة‬Pp• ,ULf%- ‫8ع‬m‫8ورا وأ‬e& ‫<ا‬A IULA ‫?<&% رأى‬M‫%، و‬hLJ ً%K1‫,، آ‬K*<* SLKA IK?(1f ،,KULf%- I?APK_‫ و‬IKbl)1A ‫8د‬KH0‫ ا‬BeK&‫ أ‬T*%h?0‫ ا‬IJ S50‫6] و‬Up‫ أن أ‬w0‫%و‬f ،SLU(*/l0‫<*, ا‬LA ˜0‫إ‬،‫8ك‬Kg7‫ ان + أ‬CdKJ+‫ ا‬SK& ‫%ن‬K‫, آ‬K-‫ أ‬wK??£ IK?-‫ أ‬T_‫[<ة 0<ر‬A ˜(M ŒX: ‫8ب‬h0‫ ا‬w0‫%و‬f %&<?M‫%، و‬h?A‫ أ‬k& ‫ ا•م‬C)b7‫ال‬Š*%K& ‫%ن‬K‫8، وآ‬GH0‫„ ا‬lm ‫/ق‬J <)a‫ة و‬PJ%?0‫ ا‬S& ‫8د‬H0‫ ا‬ŠbD B0P0 TJ8X0‫%ب ا‬A yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬wgUJ T^g(0‫– ا‬P‫ ه‬IJ‫و‬IK0‫, ا‬K@Uُ ,K-‫<ر*®! إ‬K(*8@A ‫8د‬KH0‫ ا‬BeK&‫< أ‬KH0 !TM8eKA" :IKb(p „LGK7 yUL(50‫<ا‬K&/(_ w)1Km‫<ى *<*,، و‬f±A IA Be1* & ."„le0‫ا‬ Soon servants were running outside with long wooden ladders. However, by this time the monkey was sitting at the highest point of the roof, holding me like a baby and trying to feed me some nuts that it had found. When I did not eat them, the monkey patted me gently. Some of the servants could see what the monkey was doing to me and I could hear them laughing far below. Shortly after, I Mr. ASA heard some of the servants climbing up the ladders, but it was clear that the ladders would only reach the bottom of the roof, some distance from where the monkey sat. Hearing the servants getting nearer, however, the monkey got worried and decided to put me down before quickly running away.SK& TKlH- I(M‫ أ‬IJ r(@* ‫8د‬H0‫ آ%ن ا‬wD/0‫ا ا‬P‫(/ل ه‬gA ،‫ا‬P‫ ه‬k&‫، و‬T(*/ƒ TL6[p 0Rm h)&‫<م و‬Z0‫8ج ا‬p %& ‫%ن‬M8mI?A8: ،,(‫آ‬q 0 %&<?M‫ى و_<–، و‬P0‫?< ا‬h0‫)• _/ز ا‬A I?1)l* ‫%ول أن‬g* ‫، وآ%ن‬kL:80‫ ا‬Cbl0%‫ آ‬IA %5e1& ،„le0‫ا‬ً،‫8ة‬LGKD ‫8ة‬KUbA BK0‫< ذ‬K)A‫، و‬TJ%eK1A IKUg7 ‫5/ن‬gdK* h)1m‫ أ‬w?‫ وآ‬IA ‫8د‬H0‫)(, ا‬b* %& ‫<م *8ون‬Z0‫)• ا‬A S(‫، آ‬ol(ATJ%eK& IK(M ،„leK0‫ ا‬CbKm‫ أ‬I0‫ ا‬ŒHJ CGUm 0Re0‫ ا0/ا:„ أن ا‬S& ‫ آ%ن‬S50‫0، و‬Re0‫)<ون ا‬G* ‫<م‬Z0‫)• ا‬A w)1mI?)dK* ‫8ر أن‬KD‫% و‬KH(D ‫8د‬KH0‫6„ ا‬Ka‫/ن، ا‬A8UH* ‫<م‬Z0‫8د ا‬H0‫ ا‬k1m %&<?M ،‫ا‬P‫ ه‬k&‫8د، و‬H0‫, ا‬LJ r(@* ‫ى‬P0‫ ا015%ن ا‬S& %& ً .%M8e& ‫8ب‬h* ‫ أن‬C6D %:‫أر‬ ً ً I was now sitting alone at the very top of a roof which was, for me, as high as a mountain. It was a very long way down to the bottom of the roof where the servants were, and even further to the ground. I felt the wind now blowing strongly on my face. I prayed that the servants could get me down before the wind blew me off the roof. ‫ا‬ ‫أ‬ ‫، - %, آ ن + * ) أر ع % ، " آ ن !# " ص ! ص ا ا‬ ً ‫,ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ًو ى‬ ‫آ ا ن‬ ‫و 9 ، د ت ا6 أن 5 40 ا 3 م 1 0 إ*.ا‬ ‫ ا ا@رض، >=#ت أن ا # ح آ * 9; -" ة‬A ‫ آ ن ا 3 م، وآ ن أ-= 10 ذ‬CD . ‫% أن += ا # ح 10 + ق ا‬ 9
  10. 10. 1-What did the king decide when he saw Gulliver on his first day in the palace? ‫#؟‬a" - b ‫ # + اول م‬D , ‫رؤ‬ = ‫ ان‬A ‫1 ذا #ر ا‬The king looked angry and didnt know what to think of Gulliver so he decided that he should ask for the advice of the best scholars in the land + ,-‫. آ%ن *6<و ;%:6% و&8765ً، آ1% 0/ أ‬ % ً SLbHc10‫ ا‬CdJ‫8 أ‬L[Ue* ‫, أن‬L(M N@* ,-‫8ر أ‬D B0P0‫ ، و‬N*8X0‫8 ا‬LXG0‫ ا‬YZ[0‫ا ا‬P‫[]ن ه‬A S^* ‫ أن‬N@* ‫*)( &%ذا‬ ,:‫ أر‬IJ2- What did the three scholars conclude after examining Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D h i9aj+ =- ,k l ‫" ن ا‬l ‫ ا‬m 35 ‫1 ذا ا‬They didnt understand how could Gulliver be so small and yet stay alive in their country..He was not very strong or very fast, and his teeth were too small to eat anything unless he ate insects C_80‫8: "ا‬pq ‫%ل‬HJ "%-<(A IJ %Lf ‫8ا _<ا و&%زال‬LXa ‫ أن *5/ن‬C_80 oL‫ آ‬hb* ‫ أن‬kLƒFA/ + ً ً ً ‫[8ات‬f C‫ ا+ إذا آ%ن *]آ‬vLV ‫ أى‬C‫ أن + *]آ‬T_‫8ة _<ا 0<ر‬LXa ,-%?m‫8*)% _<ً، وأ‬m +‫/*% _<ا و‬D rL0 ً ‫ً ا‬ ً ً3-How did Gulliver defend himself against what the scholars said? ‫" ن؟‬l ‫ ا‬b 1 p b * 0 # D q+‫ دا‬rD‫آ‬Gulliver told the king that there were many people like him in his country and they lived as easily as the people in the kings country . +.S‫ب أر‬HZz > H.A ‫{ ا‬R ‫ا‬H$‫آ‬T/‫ا و‬H Z/ +.7‫أن ه ك أ7 س آ / $} =# $!3، وأ‬4-What was the scholars comment on Gullivers talk? ‫ #؟‬D ‫آ م‬ ‫" ن‬l ‫ ا‬uD = 1 Mr. ASAThey laughed and said that Gulliver had been taught to say that by the farmer ‫ل ذ‬HL/ ‫ ان‬R $E +$% ‫ح‬ƒR ‫ا ان ا‬H " ‫ا و‬H, S5- Why did the king ask to see the farmer? ‫ ان #ي ا ح؟‬A ‫ذا ! ; ا‬To ask him about Gulliver and finally decided that what Gulliver said was true „ R $E } " ‫ و ا2 ا " ر ان‬R $E % } TA6- Why did The king agree that Glumdalclitch stay as a teacher for Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D h , = ‫ آ‬z5D ‫1 اآ‬ "% ‫ ان‬A ‫ ا‬u+‫ذا وا‬As the king could see that Glumdalclitch liked Gulliver greatly ‫ !ة‬R $E Y @ $‫ !اآ‬ƒE ‫:ن ا 8$ : † ان‬7-How could Gulliver have a lovely house ? ‫ ؟‬D ‫1 .ل‬ # D a rD‫آ‬The queen asked the palace carpenter to make Gulliver a comfortable home, the size of the box that he had been carried in by the farmer.‫ح‬ƒR ‫> ا‬IJ‫ا‬H } = 8 / ‫ى آ ن‬Q ‫ /•، =# 6+ ا ] !وق ا‬F R $6 Š ]/ ‫] أن‬L ‫ ا 8$,> 76 ر ا‬F $‹ ُ8-What was Gullivers home like? ‫ #؟‬D ‫ 1 .ل‬r}‫1 و‬with a front door and large windows .The roof could be lifted so a comfortable bedcould be put inside .It had two little chairs,two tables and some cupboards to put things in .The walls were soft‫ ان و •?! ن‬P„ ‫ ن‬J ‫/• !ا2 ، } آ‬ / J ŠSHُ #, KLA ‫ ا‬Š= / ‫ آ ة، /8, أن‬Q=‫ا‬H7‫} ب أ # و‬ / ُ >8% 7 V)‫ا‬H ‫ ا‬F7 ‫ ء = . ، آ‬z‘‫ ا‬ŠSH Y ‫’ ا !وا‬Z ‫و‬9- Why did the carpenter make the walls soft ? ‫؟‬b * •€‫ ا‬j ‫ ر ا‬h ‫ ا‬q } ‫ذا‬So that when anyone carried the house , Gulliver wouldnt hurt himself. 10
  11. 11. ‫ل‬Š?10‫< ا‬f‫ أى أ‬C1g* %&<?M 8bL(_ ‫ + *}ذى‬I5010- How was the key useful? ‫ ا؟‬D 1 ‫ آ ن ا 5 ح‬rD‫آ‬Gulliver used it to lock the door to stop any rats or insects from entering ‫/ل‬p<0‫ ا‬S& ‫[8ات‬f ‫…8ان أو‬J ‫ أى‬k?&‫ ا06%ب و‬CbD IJ ,&<ZUm‫ا‬11-What were Gullivers clothes made of? ‫ #؟‬D )- 1 = } 1They were made of the best cotton but they were rough and uncomfortable } / W ‫ 2 > و‬F7 ‫ ذ آ‬Š ‫ ن و‬I":‫ ا=? ا‬FZ „12-How was the Queen very keen on Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D h- b+ ƒ> ,4 ‫ آ * ا‬rD‫آ‬She asked Gulliver to sit by her arm when she ate. and ate from a silver plate. >?R ‫‹ [ ا‬ ‫ار زرا%. % ! ا:آ و ان / آ‬H6 R $E {$6/ ‫ ان‬F $‹13-What was Gullivers reaction when he saw the meal of the Queens daughters? ‫ # 1 راى و %, != م - ت ا 4,؟‬D =+ ‫1 ه رد‬A meal for one of the two daughters was big enough to feed 20 farmers in his land .‡ - + ً + 0 #† ‫…!= م‬ 4 - ‫#ة‬D%‫+ %, ا ة 10 ا % ت آ * آ‬14-What did the king ask Gulliver when he joined them on Wednesday? ‫ ( م ا•ر-= ء؟‬i9‫ )> رآ‬i9 i‰*‫ # 1 ا‬D 01 A ‫1 ذا ! ; ا‬The king enjoyed talking to Gulliver and asked him about his countrys education. andgovernment .What they did for entertainment. how they worked and where they lived‫*%ن‬ ‫آن‬ ‫%ا وأ‬ & ‫(، وآ‬ ‫ا‬ ‫أ‬ ‫ة‬ "# $% ‫آ‬ ‫وآ ن‬ ‫ا‬15- What couldnt the king believe about Gullivers country ? ‫ #؟‬D - 0 ," a A ‫ ا‬q 5 i ‫1 ا •ى‬The king laughed at Gullivers talk and said that he couldnt believe that people who were Mr. ASA so small to have houses and cities and to have clothes and jobs, rewards and prizes,arguments and fights ‫8ة _<ا‬LXa ‫)/ب‬V ‫<ق أن‬G* ‫ أن‬kLlUe* + ,-‫ ا‬R•%D 8bL(_ ‫م‬R‫ آ‬S& Bgd* B(10‫<أ ا‬A ً ‫8وب‬f‫%ت و‬M‫ا‬Š- ،Š•‫…%ت و_/ا‬J%5& ،o•%£‫ وو‬rAR& ،‫% &?%زل و&<ن‬h*<0 ‫ أن *5/ن‬S51*16-Why did Gulliver say that he couldnt do anything about the king? ‫؟‬A ‫ ل ا‬D •D> ‫ ان = اى‬qD 5 • b*‫ # ا‬D ‫ذا ل‬Although the king was laughing at Gullivers country , Gulliver understood that he was too small to do anything about that +.= } , ‫ ، و‬R $E ‹H CA/ ‫+ أن ا 8$ آ ن‬W ‫%$# ا‬ ‫ ل ذ‬B z ‫ أى‬ZR/ ‫ ان‬ŠI A/ : }7‫> أ‬E‫!ا !ر‬E ‫ ا‬P„ ‫ا، أ7} آ ن‬Q‫ ه‬Š ،ً?/‫أ‬ ً ً17- What was Gullivers opinion about the kings country? ‫؟‬A ‫ # + - ا‬D ‫1 راى‬ The kings country was , in fact ,very like Gullivers country .It was just much bigger. 86 . ‫ اآ‬VL= . , ‫ و‬R $E !$ 8 } Š"‫ا‬H ‫ان $! ا 8$ =# ا‬18-What was the attitude of the people in the palace towards Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D 01 #a" ‫ ‡ ا* س ا‬h‫1 ه ا‬Most people in the palace were kind to Gulliver except for one servant who didnt likeGulliver ,6g* + ‫<م آ%ن‬Z0‫< ا‬f‫?%ء ا‬cUm%A 8bL(_ k& SL6Lƒ 8GH0‫ ا‬IJ ‫آ%ن &)^ ا0?%س‬19-What evil act did that servant do to Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D h- ‫ ا 3 دم‬b =+ ‫1 ا = ا †# # ا •ى‬When no one was looking , he picked Gulliver up and dropped him into a bowl of cream Tl[D TL-%l(m IJ ,A I&‫, ور‬lHU0‫، أ‬kL1@0‫ ا‬S& T(b; SLf IJ‫ذات */م، و‬20- How was Gulliver lucky to escape the cream accident? ‫, ا "† ,؟‬k‫“ ’ ان "• 10 د‬j1 # D ‫ آ ن‬rD‫آ‬ 11
  12. 12. Gulliver was a good swimmer and Glumdalclitch rescued him by picking him up TL-%l(e0‫%رج ا‬p ,6geA ,7PH-‫ أ‬yUL(50‫% &%ه8ا و _(/&<ا‬f%6m 8bL(_ ‫آ%ن‬ ً ً21-How did the Queen punish that servant? ‫ % ا 4, ا 3 دم؟‬rD‫آ‬She asked the servant to wash all the cream from Gullivers clothes. 8bL(_ rAR& S& Tl[H0‫ ا‬CeX* ( ‫ &?, ان‬w6(ƒ) ,U()_ nd22- What was the 2 cruel trick the servant play on Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D h ‫, ا 5 د-#ه ا 3 دم‬D* l ‫ , ا آ#ة ا‬Dj ‫1 ه ا‬The servant picked Gulliver up and pushed his legs into the hole of the bone ,1^)0‫ ا‬TgUb0‫ ا‬IJ 8bL(_ R_‫ ر‬kJ‫%دم ود‬Z0‫, ا‬UlHU0‫أ‬23- How were the bees a bigger problem for Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D h ‫#ة‬D%‫ 1†4 , آ‬j ‫ آ ن ا‬rD‫آ‬The bees ‫ ا‬were enormous to Gulliver and they used to come to the palace in thesummer when they ate fruit or sweet things. I0‫ ا‬I7%* ‫<ا ان‬U)& ‫8 آ%ن‬bL(@0 T6e?0%A Z: Cg?0‫آ%ن ا‬ ‫%ء ُ(/ة‬LV‫ أو أ‬Th‫%آ‬J ‫?%و0/ن‬U* SLe0%_ ‫ وآ%-/ا‬oLG0‫8 أ`?%ء ا‬GH0‫ا‬ f24- Why did the Queen see that Gulliver wasnt very brave? ‫ ؟‬h> #D” # D ‫ذا آ * ا 4, #ى ان‬Because Gulliver was afraid of the bees ‫ ف ا‬C/ ‫:7} آ ن‬25-What did Gulliver do when three bees flew in through his window? ‫؟‬A %† ‫ %# ا‬j ‫, 10 ا‬k k •‫ # 1 د‬D =+ ‫1 ذا‬While Gulliver was eating some cake ,one of the bees carried a cake away and the othersflew round his head .Gulliver pulled out his sword and attacked them, cutting off theirstings and eventually the bees flew away.%J%ƒ S*8p•‫<ً، وا‬L)A BL50‫ ا‬S& T)lD w(1f h?& ‫<ة‬f‫, ، وا‬ULA IJ ‫)%م‬l0‫)• ا‬A ‫?%ول‬U* ‫?<&% آ%ن‬M ،‫ذات */م‬ ‫ا‬ً Mr. ASA ‫<ا‬L)A ‫%روا‬ƒ T*%h?0‫ ا‬IJ‫1% و‬h6-‫ ز‬klHJ ،%1h1_%‫, وه‬bLm ‫8ج‬p‫,، أ‬m‫8أ‬A26-Why couldnt people pass the mountains in the north ? ‫دة + ا † ل؟‬ ‫% ل ا‬h ‫ ز ا‬D5 ‫ ا س ا‬q 5 i ‫ذا‬Because the mountains were forty kilometres high and most of them were volcanoes andno one in the kings country knew what lied behind them + ،8U&/(L‫)/ن آ‬A‫% أر‬hM%b7‫+ن ا0@6%ل أر‬%h0%1V IJ kH* ‫<*?@?%ج *)8ف &%ذا‬A‫8و‬A IJ <f‫، + أ‬SL‫8اآ‬A SM ‫6%رة‬M h?& 8Lc50‫– ا0@6%ل •ن ا‬P‫ أن 7)68 ه‬B?51*27- What about the rest of land of the kings country? ‫ ؟‬A ‫1 ذا 0 - , ارض 1 4, ا‬The rest of the land had sea all around it , but there wasnt one harbour in all the country.,0‫%ء ا0<و‬g-‫ ا‬C‫ آ‬IJ <f‫?%ء وا‬L& <_/* + S50‫%، و‬h6-‫ _/ا‬C5A ŒLg* 8gA ,A I:‫ ا +را‬ID%A 28- Why didnt anyone travel to other countries? ‫ +# اى وا ا ا ول ا••#ى؟‬i ‫ذا‬The seas were all too rough for boats to go out into them . %hL0‫8ج ا‬Z7 ‫ أن‬N‫&?% 0(18اآ‬q rL0 ,-‫ أ‬T_‫ _<ا 0<ر‬T@•%‫% ه‬h(‫%ر آ‬g60%J ً ً29- Why didnt they need to get fish from seas? ‫ ر؟‬j% ‫ا• ك 10 ا‬ ‫ ا‬aj ‫5 ا ان‬j i ‫ذا‬ Because their rivers were full of fish. ‫8 ك‬J: }› $ +‫:ن ا7. ره‬30-How many cities were there in the kings country ? ‫؟‬A ‫ د 1 ن 1 4, ا‬i‫آ‬There were fifty one cities in the country and a great many towns and villages . ‫8ى‬H0‫8ة و ا‬LXG0‫ ا01<ن ا‬S& L^M ‫<د‬M‫,، و‬U0‫ دو‬IJ T?*<& 5531– What do you know about the capital ? ‫1 ذا =#ف 0 } , ا و ,؟‬The capital city ,Lorbrulgrud , lied on a river and had 80,000 houses. ‫ل‬Š?& 80,000 %hA‫8 و‬h- I(M kH7 ‫8و0@8د‬A‫ 0/ر‬T1a%)0‫ا‬32- Where did Glumdalclitch take Gulliver? ‫ #؟‬D ;j a z5 4D ‫1 ا‬ *‫ا ا0آ‬ 12
  13. 13. She took Gulliver out for rides on her horse through the city and into the city parks ‫ه%ت‬ŠU?10‫ ا‬Cp‫ ودا‬T?*<10‫68 ا‬M %h-%Gf ‫%رج 08آ/ب‬Z(0 %h)& I-Pp%7 yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w-%‫آ‬33-How did Glumdalclitch carry Gulliver ? ‫ ؟‬R $E 8 @ $, ‫ !ا‬H$E F7 ‫ آ‬K ‫آ‬She carried Gulliver in a special box that the Queens carpenter had made for him. T5(10‫?), 0, -@%ر ا‬a ‫%ص‬p ‫?<وق‬a IJ ,(1g7 w-%‫آ‬34- What was the box like ? ‫ وق؟‬a ‫( ا‬r}‫1 ه >4 ) و‬Inside the box there were a table and two chairs ,fastened to the floor so they didnt move ‫8آ/ا‬gU* + I50 TL:‫ ا•ر‬IJ SLU6c& SLLm8‫ة وآ‬ŠLA‫?<وق آ%ن ه?%ك 78ا‬G0‫ ا‬Cp‫دا‬35- What did the people in the city ask Glumdalclitch? ‫؟‬z5D 4D ‫, 10 1 ا‬ ‫1 ذا آ ن ; 4 ن ا‬They asked her to see Gulliver so she took him out of the box and put him in her hand %‫ *<ه‬I(M ,)d7‫?<وق و‬G0‫ ا‬S& ,_8Zُ yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬w-%‫8 ، وآ‬bL(_ ‫(6/ن أن *8وا‬l* ‫آ%-/ا‬ 736 – How did the servant who hated Gulliver try to hurt him? ‫؟‬b ‫ # ان ›ذ‬D ‡#4 ‫ ول ا 3 دم ا •ى آ ن‬rD‫آ‬When he saw Gulliver under the apple tree , he shook the branches and about twelve apples fell down and one of them hit Gulliver on the back and another hit his face but hewasnt badly injured. kD‫8ع ا0[@8ة وو‬J‫ أ‬ŠhA ‫%م‬D ، ‫%ح‬b7 ‫@8ة‬V wg7 –<f‫8 آ%ن و‬bL(_ ‫?<&% رأى أن‬M‫و‬‫8ة‬Llp TH*8lA NG* 0 †g0‫ ا‬Seg0 S50‫, و‬h_/A ‫8ى‬p‫8 وأ‬bL(_8h^A w&<la‫<ه% أ‬f‫، أ‬Tf%b7 ‫[8ة‬M %?`‫ أ‬I0‫/ا‬f37- How did Gulliver escape from the birds danger? ‫ # 10 • # ا €#؟‬D ‫ ه#ب‬rD‫آ‬When Glumdalclitch left him alone , a bird almost picked him up before he frightened it away with his sword. ,bLeA ,bLZ* ‫ أن‬C6D ,UlHU(* ‫ أن‬BV‫ و‬I(M 8•%ƒ ‫<ً، ذات &8ة، آ%ن‬Lf‫ و‬yUL(50‫, _(/&<ا‬U‫?<&% 78آ‬M ُ ‫ا‬ Mr. ASA38-The huge hole a problem to Gulliver. Discuss .z * .# D h , 4†1 * ‫ #ة ا ‰3 , آ‬j ‫ا‬Gulliver fell into a huge hole that had been made by some animal and found it verydifficult to get out of it .%h?& ‫8ج‬Z* ‫ _<ا‬N)G0‫ ا‬S& ,-‫/ان وو_< أ‬Lf %h)?a ‫8ة‬L6‫8ة آ‬bf IJ 8bL(_ ŒHm ً39-Why did the hail affect Gulliver badly? ‫ ؟‬ŸD ‫#ا‬Dk # D (‫ ) ا %#د‬ž l ‫# ا‬k‫ذا ا‬Because each hail was the size of a tennis ball and it hurt greatly when they hit him soGulliver was quickly knocked to the ground %:‫, أر‬f8ƒ 7 %& ‫%ن‬M8m‫,، و‬A ‫<م‬lG7 %&<?M ‫ 7}0 _<ا‬w-%‫ وآ‬r?U0‫@ آ8ة ا‬f IJ I@(` 8@f C‫وآ%ن آ‬ ً40- What was Gullivers worst accident ? ‫ #؟‬D ‫1 ه ا ء ادث‬A dog arrived and smelt him. It took Gulliver in its mouth and ran to its master ،–<Lm I0‫ ا‬N(50‫1, ، ` _8ى ا‬J IJ –Pp‫%ن &% أ‬M8m‫%ل *[1, و‬g0‫ ا‬IJ ‫<أ‬A‫ و‬N(‫ آ‬Ca‫و‬41-How was Gulliver lucky to escape the dogs danger ? ‫10 • # ا 4 ;؟‬ ‫“ ’ ان‬j1 # D ‫ آ ن‬rD‫آ‬Luckily, the dog dropped him by the feet of its master , he picked Gulliver up quicklybefore the dog could do him any damage ‫ أى :8ر‬N(50‫, ا‬A ™g(ُ ‫ أن‬C6D TM8eA ,UlHU0‫ى أ‬P0‫<– وا‬Lm I&<D ‫@/ار‬A N(50‫, ا‬UlHm‫†، أ‬g0‫ ا‬Seg0‫و‬ *42- What was Glumdalclitch reaction on hearing about that accident ? ‫ دث؟‬j ‫9 0 ا‬ z5 4D ‫1 ا‬ =+ ‫1 ه رد‬When the gardener Ÿ7 A ‫ ا‬told her about that accident , she was horrified but she didnttell the Queen , thinking that she would be angry. NdXUm %h-‫ أ‬w?£ %h-• ،T5(10‫68 ا‬Z7 0 %h?50 TA/M8& w-%‫<ث، آ‬f %1A yUL(50‫ _(/&<ا‬I?*%?@0‫68 ا‬p‫?<&% ا‬M43- What did Glumdalclitch decide(promise) after Gullivers accidents ? 13
  14. 14. ‫ #؟‬D ‫ادث‬ =- z5D 4D ‫1 ذا #رت) و ت ان = ( 1 ا‬She promised that she would never leave him alone again . ،‫8ى‬pُ ‫<– &8ة‬f‫8آ, و‬U7 S0 ‫<ا‬A‫% أ‬h-‫ أ‬yUL(50‫<ت _(/&<ا‬M‫و‬ ‫أ‬ ً44- Why wasnt Gulliver pleased to hear that promise ? ‫؟‬ ‫ ا - ع ه•ا ا‬D= # D 04 i ‫ذا‬Because he also needed his own space and freedom. T*8g0‫8اغ وا‬b0‫ ا‬S& Ta%Z0‫, ا‬Uf%e& ‫%ج‬Ug* ‫+-, آ%ن‬ ً45-Why did the Queen ask the palace carpenter to make Gulliver a boat ? ‫ #؟‬D h -‫ ر‬q a ‫# ان‬a" ‫ ر ا‬h* 01 ,4 ‫ذا ! % ا‬Because Gulliver was telling them about his travels on the seas. Gulliver couldnt useany of the boats in her land because of their size .He needed a much smaller one %h:‫ أر‬IJ ‫/ارب ا01/_/دة‬H0‫ ا‬S& ‫<م أى‬ZUe* ‫ أن‬kLlUe* + ,?50‫%ر و‬g60‫ ا‬IJ ,7Rf‫ ر‬SM %‫68ه‬p‫8 أ‬bL(_ ‫وآ%ن‬ 8Lc5A 8Xa‫5/ن أ‬Lm ‫ى‬P0‫%ص وا‬p N‫ &8آ‬I0‫%ج ا‬UgLm ،%h1@f NeeA46- Where did Gulliver sail the beautifully made boat ? ‫ ؟‬D h ‫ # - " رب ا‬D #j-‫ا 0 ا‬He sailed it in the bath but the bath was so small that the Queen asked her servants tomake him a small lake in her garden. ‫> ان‬E‫!ا !ر‬E ‫ ا‬P„ ‫ى آ ن‬Q ‫ > ا‬A ‫} =# 8 م ا‬ /‫آن‬ . L/! #= ‫ ة‬P„ ‫ة‬ ‫ا‬HZ ]/ ‫ 2! . ان‬F $‹ >,$8 ‫ا‬48-How did the Queen help Gulliver escape the danger of the frog ? ‫ # + ا•+ ت 10 • # ا ‰ ع؟‬D ,4 ‫ت ا‬ rD‫آ‬When the frog jumped in the lake , it made a wave that was so big that it nearly turnedthe boat over but the Queen grabbed Gulliver to stop that happening. N‫ ا018آ‬w0/f %6*8H7 %h-‫ أ‬T_‫8ة _<ا 0<ر‬L6‫ آ‬w-%‫ آ‬T_/& k?a‫8ة و‬Lg60‫ ا‬IJ ‫<ع‬b: ‫ت‬ŠbD ،‫ذات */م‬ ً ‫<ث‬g* ‫ا‬P‫ + 7<ع ه‬I50 ‫[<ة‬A ,A w5e&‫ أ‬T5(10‫ ا‬S50‫، و‬NHM I(M %m‫رأ‬ ً Mr. ASA49- Why did the Queen put the boat on a nail on the wall? ‫ €•؟‬j ‫ا‬ ‫= ا 4, ا " رب + 1 ر‬p‫ذا و‬to dry in the sun {8 ‫ =# ا‬K650-What was the biggest danger for Gulliver at that time ? •Ÿ D + # D h #%‫1 ذا آ ن ا 3 # ا•آ‬ It was from a monkey who belonged to one of the servants ‫!م‬C ‫ ا ! ا‬C/ ‫ى‬Q ‫ ود ا‬L ‫ا ! ا‬51- How did the monkey get hold of Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D h- ‫ ا "#د‬A 1‫ ا‬rD‫آ‬The monkey saw Gulliver through the open window and got hold of his jacket and pulled him holding him as a mother did with her baby . > H R8 ‫ة ا‬Q= ‫ % ا‬R $E ‫ د‬L ‫% ! راى ا‬ %h?A‫ أ‬k& ‫ ا•م‬C)b7 %1‫ *<*,، آ‬SLA I?(1f ،,ULf%- I?AP_‫ و‬Ibl)1A ‫8د‬H0‫ ا‬Be&‫أ‬52- Why did Gulliver decide not to move or escape from the monkey ? ‫#ك او 9#ب 10 ا "#د؟‬j5 •‫ # ا‬D ‫ذا #ر‬Because when he tried to escape , the monkey squeezed VPS him so hard ‫ د !ة‬L ‫ %$ > ا‬VPS ، ‫ول ا . ب‬ ! % >7:53- What did the monkey do when Glumdalclitch opened the door into the room? ‫#+,؟‬ƒ ‫ - ب ا‬z5 4D ‫1 ا‬ j5+ 1 ‫1 ذا += ا "#د‬The monkey quickly jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the roof of thepalace still holding Gulliver with one hand. ,*<* ‫<ى‬f±A 8bL(@A Be1* ‫ال‬Š*%& ‫8، وآ%ن‬GH0‫„ ا‬lm ‫/ق‬J <)a‫ة و‬PJ%?0‫ ا‬S& ‫8د‬H0‫ ا‬ŠbD54- How did the servants try to save Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D ‫ ول ا 3 م ا*" ذ‬rD‫آ‬They used long wooden ladders >$/H‹ > 2 + ƒJ ‫ا‬H !C J‫ا‬ 14
  15. 15. 55-How did the monkey try to feed Gulliver on the highest part of the roof? ‫؟‬r" ‫.ء 10 ا‬ ‫ # + ا‬D i= ‫ ول ا "#د ان‬rD‫آ‬The monkey held Gulliver as a baby and tried to feed him on some nuts. <?h0‫)• _/ز ا‬A ,1)l* ‫%ول أن‬g* ‫، وآ%ن‬kL:80‫ ا‬Cbl0%‫8 آ‬bL(@A Be&‫ا‬56- Why did the servants laugh at the monkeys doing? ‫ ا "#د؟‬qD } 01 ‫ذا 3# ا 3 م‬Because the monkey patted YI I/ Gulliver gently when he refused to eat. ‫ ان / آ‬R $E ’=‫ %$ } "> % ! ر‬YI I/ Q2‫ د ا‬L ‫:ن ا‬57 – When did the monkey leave Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D ‫15 #ك ا "#د‬When the monkey heard the servants getting nearer , the monkey got worried and decidedto put Gulliver down before quickly running away . .ً% A ‫ً " أن /. ب‬S‫} أر‬Z?/ ‫ً و" ر أن‬L$" ‫ د‬L ‫ن، ا„ • ا‬H L/ ‫!م‬C ‫ د ا‬L ‫ ا‬Š8J ! %58- How far was the top of the palace for Gulliver ? ‫ #؟‬D h ,% - #a" ‫ ار ع , ا‬i‫آ‬The roof was as high as a mountain and it was a very long way down to the bottom of theroof where the servants were , and even further to the ground rb- IJ „le0‫ 0, آ%ن ا‬T6e?0%A ‫ ا•رض‬I0‫ ا‬B0‫ ذ‬S& <)A‫<م، وآ%ن أ‬Z0‫¡ آ%ن ا‬Lf „le0‫ ا‬Cbm‫ أ‬I0‫ _<ا ا‬R*/ƒ %H*8ƒ ‫< آ%ن‬H0 ،C6_ ‫%ع‬b7‫أر‬ ً59-Why did Gulliver pray when the wind blow? ‫1 ه% ا # ح؟‬ a # D ‫ذا آ ن‬Gulliver prayed the servants could get him down before the wind blew him off the roof „le0‫/ق ا‬J S& ‫), ا08*%ح‬J<7 ‫ أن‬C6D ,0‫ا‬Š-‫ إ‬S& ‫<م‬Z0‫ ا‬S51U* ‫ ا´ أن‬IM‫د‬=============================================================== Mr. ASA1-"I cant understand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country."a ) Who said that ? To whom? One of the scholar to the kingb) About whom did he talk? About Gulliver2-"The man isnt very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small to eat anything without help unless he eats insects."a ) Who said that ? To whom? One of the scholar to the king3-"But thats impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer,"a ) Who said that ? To whom? One of the scholar to the kingb) What was the impossible thing for the scholar?The impossible thing was that there were many people like him in his country and they lived as easily as the people in the kings country4-" It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your own country is true the Queen can help you .I can see that Glumdalclitch likes you greatly, so I dont mind if she stays here as your teacher."a ) Who said that ? To whom? The king to Gulliver5-"You know, I cant believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities,clothes and jobs , rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!"a ) Who said that ? To whom? The king to the scholars 15
  16. 16. 6-"Let me tell you about my country ."a ) Who said that ? To whom? The king to Gulliverb) What did the king tell Gulliver about his country? He told him about the geography .7- "In the north there are mountains that are forty kilometres high."a ) Who said that ? To whom? The king to Gulliverb) How were those mountains a problem? None could climb them so they didnt know what behind them8-"You must be a good sailor. Perhaps youd like to have your own boat ?Then youcould show us what you can do."a ) Who said that ? To whom? The Queen to Gulliver9-"Id love that. However , I cant use any of the boats in your land because of theresize. Id need a special one that was much smaller"a ) Who said that ? To whom? Gulliver to the Queen10-"Very well, I will ask the palace carpenter to make you one."a ) Who said that ? To whom? The Queen to Gulliver11-"Quick! The monkeys got hold of Grildrig! Hes going into the roof !"a ) Who said that ? To whom? Glumdalclitch to the guards=============================================================== Mr. ASA1-The King decided to ask for the advice of the best students in the land.2- The scholar said that Gulliver must have been taught to say that by the doctor.3-It seems my scholars are right and what Gulliver tells me about his country is true4- The King doesnt mind if Glumdalclitch stays as Gullivers servant5- Glumdalclitch was very annoyed and was given her own room in the palace .6- The Queen asked the palace teacher to make Gulliver a comfortable home .7- Gulliver kept the door in his pocket because he feared that Glumdalclitch would lose it.8- They used the best wool to make Gullivers clothes .9- The Queen was very angry to me and asked for me to sit with her .10- I always sat at a small table by her arm and ate from a wooden plate .11- Every Friday , the King would join us .12- I cant believe that people who are so big can have houses and cities.13- Most people in the palace were cruel to me , but there was one servant who hated me.14- He picked me and dropped me into a bowl of soup . 16
  17. 17. 15- It is lucky that I am a good player or I would have drowned .16- It was the Queen who rescued me by pulling me out of the thick liquid .17- I felt well after my accident , and was put to bed.18- The servant picked me up and pushed my legs into the pool .19- When I was eating some cake in my home , three birds flew in through my window.20- I pulled out my sword and attacked them , cutting off their wings.21- In the north of my country , there are hills that are forty kilometres high22- You cant pass these mountains because many of them are earthquakes .23- The seas are all so calm that it isnt safe for boats to go out into them.24- The King told me that there were sixty – one cities in his country .25-The capital city , Lorbrulgrud , lay on a sea and had 80,000 houses.26- Each hail was the size of a golf ball and it hurt greatly.27-The dog took me in its nose before I could run away .28- The carpenter asked me if I was all right .29- The Queen and her ladies liked to watch me sailing up and down this small seas.30- A horse jumped into the lake and made a wave that was so big.31- The monkey jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the floor of the palace.32 – I was now sitting alone at the very top of a roof which was as low as a mountain Mr. ASA 17

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