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  2. 2. 2textbooktextbooktextbooktextbook‫ال‬ ‫ب‬ ‫آ‬ ‫دة‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ ‫او‬CHAPTER ONECHAPTER ONECHAPTER ONECHAPTER ONEQuestions And answersQuestions And answersQuestions And answersQuestions And answers1. Why doesnt Rudolf Rassendyll work?1. Why doesnt Rudolf Rassendyll work?1. Why doesnt Rudolf Rassendyll work?1. Why doesnt Rudolf Rassendyll work?He belongs to a rich important family and doesn’t need to work.2. What kind of work does Rose suggest Rudolf should do?2. What kind of work does Rose suggest Rudolf should do?2. What kind of work does Rose suggest Rudolf should do?2. What kind of work does Rose suggest Rudolf should do?She wants him to take a job in an embassy‫رة‬ , working for Sir JacobSir JacobSir JacobSir JacobBorrodaileBorrodaileBorrodaileBorrodaile.3. Why has the Rassendyll family been interested in the Elphberg family?3. Why has the Rassendyll family been interested in the Elphberg family?3. Why has the Rassendyll family been interested in the Elphberg family?3. Why has the Rassendyll family been interested in the Elphberg family?Countess AmeliaCountess AmeliaCountess AmeliaCountess Amelia Rassendyll married a member of the Elphbergfamily many years ago. Many of her descendants ‫ا‬‫د‬ look like theroyal family of Ruritania (the Elphbergs). Rudolf looks like anElphberg.4. Where does Rassendyll decide to travel to? What does he tell his family4. Where does Rassendyll decide to travel to? What does he tell his family4. Where does Rassendyll decide to travel to? What does he tell his family4. Where does Rassendyll decide to travel to? What does he tell his familyabout his plans?about his plans?about his plans?about his plans?He travels to Ruritania to see the coronation of the new king. He doesn’ttell his family that. He says he is going to go walking in the Alps andwrite a book about social problems in the country.5. What does the owner of the inn think of Michael Duke of Strelsau?5. What does the owner of the inn think of Michael Duke of Strelsau?5. What does the owner of the inn think of Michael Duke of Strelsau?5. What does the owner of the inn think of Michael Duke of Strelsau?She thinks he should be the King because the real King only likes huntingand good food.6. Why does Rassendyll decide to walk through the forest the next day?6. Why does Rassendyll decide to walk through the forest the next day?6. Why does Rassendyll decide to walk through the forest the next day?6. Why does Rassendyll decide to walk through the forest the next day?So that he could meet the king there.7. Who does Rassendyll meet in the forest? Why are they surprised7. Who does Rassendyll meet in the forest? Why are they surprised7. Who does Rassendyll meet in the forest? Why are they surprised7. Who does Rassendyll meet in the forest? Why are they surprised‫ه‬ to see him?to see him?to see him?to see him?He meets Colonel Sapt and Fritz von Tarlenheim,Colonel Sapt and Fritz von Tarlenheim,Colonel Sapt and Fritz von Tarlenheim,Colonel Sapt and Fritz von Tarlenheim, and then the King.They are surprised because he looks almost exactly like the King.E. ReaE. ReaE. ReaE. Read the quotations and answer the questions.d the quotations and answer the questions.d the quotations and answer the questions.d the quotations and answer the questions.
  3. 3. 31. "To a man like me, opportunities are responsibilities. "1. "To a man like me, opportunities are responsibilities. "1. "To a man like me, opportunities are responsibilities. "1. "To a man like me, opportunities are responsibilities. "1.Who says this and when?1.Who says this and when?1.Who says this and when?1.Who says this and when?Rudolf Rassendyll says this while he is eating breakfast with his sister-in-law.2. What does the person mean by this?2. What does the person mean by this?2. What does the person mean by this?2. What does the person mean by this?He means that if an opportunity comes, he takes it but he doesn’tlook for work or responsibilities.3. Do you think a person like this is very serious about work or life?3. Do you think a person like this is very serious about work or life?3. Do you think a person like this is very serious about work or life?3. Do you think a person like this is very serious about work or life?I do not think that he is very serious about work and life with thisattitude .2."Hes always lived in Ruri2."Hes always lived in Ruri2."Hes always lived in Ruri2."Hes always lived in Ruritania and he cares about the people, so peopletania and he cares about the people, so peopletania and he cares about the people, so peopletania and he cares about the people, so peoplelike him."like him."like him."like him."I. Who says this to whom?I. Who says this to whom?I. Who says this to whom?I. Who says this to whom?The innkeeper (inn owner) says this to Rassendyll.2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?She’s talking about Duke Michael, the Duke of Strelsau.3. What more does the speak3. What more does the speak3. What more does the speak3. What more does the speaker think about the person?er think about the person?er think about the person?er think about the person?She wishes that he would be the King.Chapter2Chapter2Chapter2Chapter2questions And answersquestions And answersquestions And answersquestions And answers1. Why do you think Fritz says that it is not a good time for Rassendyll1. Why do you think Fritz says that it is not a good time for Rassendyll1. Why do you think Fritz says that it is not a good time for Rassendyll1. Why do you think Fritz says that it is not a good time for Rassendyllto visit Strelsau?to visit Strelsau?to visit Strelsau?to visit Strelsau?Because this would create problems in the city where people might getpuzzled of being double to the real king. ‫آ‬ ! " ‫ف‬ ‫ه$ا‬ ‫ن‬()(* ‫ا‬ + , ) - ‫د‬ .‫و‬ 0 )*12 ‫ف‬ ‫س‬ 4 ‫ا‬ ‫ن‬ 4 5, ‫ا‬.2. Why don’t Fritz and Sapt eat very much? What advice do they give2. Why don’t Fritz and Sapt eat very much? What advice do they give2. Why don’t Fritz and Sapt eat very much? What advice do they give2. Why don’t Fritz and Sapt eat very much? What advice do they givethe King? Does he listen to them?the King? Does he listen to them?the King? Does he listen to them?the King? Does he listen to them?because they have to get up early the next day. They advise the King notto eat too much. He doesn’t listen to them.3. What happens at the end of the meal? What is the result the next day?3. What happens at the end of the meal? What is the result the next day?3. What happens at the end of the meal? What is the result the next day?3. What happens at the end of the meal? What is the result the next day?
  4. 4. 4The servant brings some cakes from the Duke. The King eats a lot of themand is poisoned. He can’t be woken up the next day.4. Why does the Duke poison the King?4. Why does the Duke poison the King?4. Why does the Duke poison the King?4. Why does the Duke poison the King?To prevent him from attending the coronation. ‫ر‬ 0 84,9 11 ‫ا‬.5----Why wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the king was?Why wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the king was?Why wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the king was?Why wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the king was? ‫45ل‬ ‫را‬ 0 ; ‫ذا‬ ,‫+؟‬ , ‫ا‬ >-Because he ate only one of the poisoned cakes. +8 ‫ا‬ 0 ?( ‫5ة‬ ‫وا‬ ‫أآ‬ A‫م‬ ,C, ‫ا‬.6. Does Rassendyll have no choice but6. Does Rassendyll have no choice but6. Does Rassendyll have no choice but6. Does Rassendyll have no choice but to pretend to be the King. ? Isto pretend to be the King. ? Isto pretend to be the King. ? Isto pretend to be the King. ? Isthere something else they can do?there something else they can do?there something else they can do?there something else they can do?Yes, he does. No, there isnt as the real king is poisoned.7777---- How would they get the king to Strelsau after the coronation?How would they get the king to Strelsau after the coronation?How would they get the king to Strelsau after the coronation?How would they get the king to Strelsau after the coronation?‫9؟‬ 11 ‫ا‬ 58D C 1 ‫ا‬ + , ‫ا‬ ‫ون‬ * ‫ف‬ )‫آ‬a ) After the coronation, Sapt and Rassendyll will leave Strelsau andcome back to the hunting lodge on horses.5)E ‫ا‬ ‫خ‬ ‫آ‬ ‫ا‬ ‫دون‬ 8 ‫و‬ C 1 ‫45ل‬ ‫ورا‬ GD ‫در‬ H ‫ف‬ * ‫ا‬ 58D)" ‫ا‬ IJ.b) Fritz can stay and guard the kings bedroom in the palace.K2E( ‫ا‬ + , ‫ا‬ ‫م‬ A ‫ة‬ L ‫س‬ * ‫و‬ ( ‫ف‬.c) Josef would get the king ready for the journey back to the palacewith Sapt in the dark.‫م‬MN ‫ا‬ GD O ‫دة‬ 8 ‫ا‬ + , ‫ا‬ KIL ‫ف‬ ‫ز‬ ..d) Rassendyll would ride as fast as he could to the border and try toleave the country before its light.5 ‫ا‬ ‫درة‬ H ‫ول‬ * ‫و‬ ‫*5ود‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ 0 , ‫ع‬ RD S‫اد‬ . T1, ‫ف‬ ‫45ل‬ ‫را‬‫ر‬ I4 ‫ا‬ ‫ع‬ U.8. Who overhears8. Who overhears8. Who overhears8. Who overhears their plan? What do they do with the person?their plan? What do they do with the person?their plan? What do they do with the person?their plan? What do they do with the person?
  5. 5. 5Johann’s mother (who is a servant to the Duke) overhears the plan. Theytie her up and lock her in the cellar with the King. Josef will let her outlater.9. Why do they go to the station early instead of waiting for Duke9. Why do they go to the station early instead of waiting for Duke9. Why do they go to the station early instead of waiting for Duke9. Why do they go to the station early instead of waiting for DukeMichael’s guards?Michael’s guards?Michael’s guards?Michael’s guards?a)As they discovered Duke’s plot to poison the king and kill them.b)They want to get out of the lodge and reach the capital before theDuke’s men come.10. What is the first thing they do when they reach the capital? Why10. What is the first thing they do when they reach the capital? Why10. What is the first thing they do when they reach the capital? Why10. What is the first thing they do when they reach the capital? Whyaren’t the people from the palace at the station in Strelsau to meet them?aren’t the people from the palace at the station in Strelsau to meet them?aren’t the people from the palace at the station in Strelsau to meet them?aren’t the people from the palace at the station in Strelsau to meet them?The first thing they do is eat breakfast at the train station. The palacepeople aren’t there yet because the King (Rassendyll) arrived earlier thanplanned.11. Why is Rassendyll afraid when he sees Antoinette de Mauban?11. Why is Rassendyll afraid when he sees Antoinette de Mauban?11. Why is Rassendyll afraid when he sees Antoinette de Mauban?11. Why is Rassendyll afraid when he sees Antoinette de Mauban?Her expression changes H expectedO 2 that she knew who he was and shewould call out," That is not the real king."E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.1.“Meanwhile, I’ll have some breakfast! The King is hungry!”1.“Meanwhile, I’ll have some breakfast! The King is hungry!”1.“Meanwhile, I’ll have some breakfast! The King is hungry!”1.“Meanwhile, I’ll have some breakfast! The King is hungry!”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rassendyll (the King) to Sapt.2. Where and when does he say this?2. Where and when does he say this?2. Where and when does he say this?2. Where and when does he say this?In the train station at Strelsau. When they got off the train in Strelsauon the day of the coronation.3. What does this show you about the speaker?3. What does this show you about the speaker?3. What does this show you about the speaker?3. What does this show you about the speaker?He is carefree ;I ‫ا‬ 0 W and likes to lead an easy life.2.“God save both Kings.”2.“God save both Kings.”2.“God save both Kings.”2.“God save both Kings.”1. Who said this and where was he?1. Who said this and where was he?1. Who said this and where was he?1. Who said this and where was he?Sapt said this in the restaurant at the train station in Strelsau.2. What did the people say just before this?2. What did the people say just before this?2. What did the people say just before this?2. What did the people say just before this?The people said, “God save the King!”.3. Why does the speaker say “both Kings”? Who is he talking about?3. Why does the speaker say “both Kings”? Who is he talking about?3. Why does the speaker say “both Kings”? Who is he talking about?3. Why does the speaker say “both Kings”? Who is he talking about?
  6. 6. 6He’s talking about the real King who is in the lodge at Zenda and aboutRassendyllChapter 3Chapter 3Chapter 3Chapter 3questions and Answer thesequestions and Answer thesequestions and Answer thesequestions and Answer these1111.... What kind of people live in the old part of the city?What kind of people live in the old part of the city?What kind of people live in the old part of the city?What kind of people live in the old part of the city?The people in the old part are poor and many of them are loyal to DukeMichael.2. What does Rassendyll do when the Marshal wants him to ride throughWhat does Rassendyll do when the Marshal wants him to ride throughWhat does Rassendyll do when the Marshal wants him to ride throughWhat does Rassendyll do when the Marshal wants him to ride throughthe old part of town?the old part of town?the old part of town?the old part of town?He continued ,1 ‫ا‬riding through the old town alone without guards.3.Why is Sapt so anxious3.Why is Sapt so anxious3.Why is Sapt so anxious3.Why is Sapt so anxious about Rassendyll’s decision to ride aloneabout Rassendyll’s decision to ride aloneabout Rassendyll’s decision to ride aloneabout Rassendyll’s decision to ride alonethrough the old town?through the old town?through the old town?through the old town?He knows that the people in the old town support ; 5 the Duke and he isafraid that Rassendyll will be hurt or attacked there.4. Why does Duke Michael’s face turn white when he sees “the King”4. Why does Duke Michael’s face turn white when he sees “the King”4. Why does Duke Michael’s face turn white when he sees “the King”4. Why does Duke Michael’s face turn white when he sees “the King”(Rassendyll)?(Rassendyll)?(Rassendyll)?(Rassendyll)?As he doesnt expectO 1 the king to be in Strelsau a he left himpoisoned‫م‬ ,C in Zenda5. Does the Princess know that this is not the real King? What does5. Does the Princess know that this is not the real King? What does5. Does the Princess know that this is not the real King? What does5. Does the Princess know that this is not the real King? What does sheshesheshesay about him?say about him?say about him?say about him?No, she doesnt, but she says that he has changed.6.How do they get a permit6.How do they get a permit6.How do they get a permit6.How do they get a permit !"#from the King?from the King?from the King?from the King?Sapt can write like the King and he signs O the paper.7.What does Fritz do while Sapt and Rassendyll go to Zenda?7.What does Fritz do while Sapt and Rassendyll go to Zenda?7.What does Fritz do while Sapt and Rassendyll go to Zenda?7.What does Fritz do while Sapt and Rassendyll go to Zenda?He stays and guards‫س‬ * the bedroom. He must not let ‫5ع‬ anyone insidethe room.8. How do Sapt and Rassendyll get out of the palace? Why do they go8. How do Sapt and Rassendyll get out of the palace? Why do they go8. How do Sapt and Rassendyll get out of the palace? Why do they go8. How do Sapt and Rassendyll get out of the palace? Why do they gothis way?this way?this way?this way?They go through a secret passage‫ي‬ , in the wall and out of a secretback door. They do this because they don’t want anyone to see them.
  7. 7. 79. Who else is riding to Zenda? Which way do they go at the fork in the9. Who else is riding to Zenda? Which way do they go at the fork in the9. Who else is riding to Zenda? Which way do they go at the fork in the9. Who else is riding to Zenda? Which way do they go at the fork in theroad? Which way do Sapt and Rassendyll go?road? Which way do Sapt and Rassendyll go?road? Which way do Sapt and Rassendyll go?road? Which way do Sapt and Rassendyll go?Duke Michael and his servant Max Holt are riding to Zenda. They decideto go to the castle. Sapt and Rassendyll go to the hunting lodge.10. What do you think the message “all is well” means?10. What do you think the message “all is well” means?10. What do you think the message “all is well” means?10. What do you think the message “all is well” means?It means that the King is kidnapped T1W‫ا‬and imprisoned 0L in thecastle of Zenda.11. What do Sapt and Rassendyll find inside the lodge?11. What do Sapt and Rassendyll find inside the lodge?11. What do Sapt and Rassendyll find inside the lodge?11. What do Sapt and Rassendyll find inside the lodge?Johann’s mother and the King are gone. Josef is killed.12.What does Sapt want Rassendyll to do?12.What does Sapt want Rassendyll to do?12.What does Sapt want Rassendyll to do?12.What does Sapt want Rassendyll to do?He wants him to continue to pretend to be the King.E. RE. RE. RE. Read the quotations and answer the questions.ead the quotations and answer the questions.ead the quotations and answer the questions.ead the quotations and answer the questions.""""Tell your soldiers to ride ahead of me. I don’t need them or you. You canTell your soldiers to ride ahead of me. I don’t need them or you. You canTell your soldiers to ride ahead of me. I don’t need them or you. You canTell your soldiers to ride ahead of me. I don’t need them or you. You canwait here until I’ve continued through the old town alone.”wait here until I’ve continued through the old town alone.”wait here until I’ve continued through the old town alone.”wait here until I’ve continued through the old town alone.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rassendyll says this to Marshal Strakencz.2. Whe2. Whe2. Whe2. Where are they and when is this?re are they and when is this?re are they and when is this?re are they and when is this?They are in the streets of Strelsau, going from the station to thecoronation. This is before the coronation.3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?He wants to act ‫ف‬ E1 as a king. He wants the people to know that hetrusts !> them.“You mustn’t try too hard. I’m not sure it was a good idea to ride alone“You mustn’t try too hard. I’m not sure it was a good idea to ride alone“You mustn’t try too hard. I’m not sure it was a good idea to ride alone“You mustn’t try too hard. I’m not sure it was a good idea to ride alonethrough the old town. Duke Michael won’t like it if you become toothrough the old town. Duke Michael won’t like it if you become toothrough the old town. Duke Michael won’t like it if you become toothrough the old town. Duke Michael won’t like it if you become toopopular with his people, you know.”popular with his people, you know.”popular with his people, you know.”popular with his people, you know.”1. Who says1. Who says1. Who says1. Who says this to whom?this to whom?this to whom?this to whom?Fritz says this to Rassendyll.2. Where and when is this said?2. Where and when is this said?2. Where and when is this said?2. Where and when is this said?They are in the King’s bedroom after the coronation.3. Why did the person ride alone through the old town and why won’t3. Why did the person ride alone through the old town and why won’t3. Why did the person ride alone through the old town and why won’t3. Why did the person ride alone through the old town and why won’tDuke Michael like it if the person becomes too popular?Duke Michael like it if the person becomes too popular?Duke Michael like it if the person becomes too popular?Duke Michael like it if the person becomes too popular?
  8. 8. 8To make poor people feel that their king trusts them. The people in theold town supported ; ‫د‬Duke Michael and wanted him to be the king, sohe wouldnt like it if the king became popular ‫ب‬ * with his people.“If all’s well, why go there? And if all isn’t well, I fear there’ll be a“If all’s well, why go there? And if all isn’t well, I fear there’ll be a“If all’s well, why go there? And if all isn’t well, I fear there’ll be a“If all’s well, why go there? And if all isn’t well, I fear there’ll be atrap.”trap.”trap.”trap.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Max Holt says this to Duke Michael.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?At a fork ‫ق‬ U OU (2on the way to Zenda.3. What is “there”? What do you think he means by “all’s well”?3. What is “there”? What do you think he means by “all’s well”?3. What is “there”? What do you think he means by “all’s well”?3. What is “there”? What do you think he means by “all’s well”?“There” means the hunting lodge. “All’s well” probably means that theDuke’s plan“We’ll go back to Strelsau. The King“We’ll go back to Strelsau. The King“We’ll go back to Strelsau. The King“We’ll go back to Strelsau. The King will be back in the capital againwill be back in the capital againwill be back in the capital againwill be back in the capital againtomorrow!”tomorrow!”tomorrow!”tomorrow!”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Sapt says this to Rassendyll.2. Where are they and what has happened?2. Where are they and what has happened?2. Where are they and what has happened?2. Where are they and what has happened?They are in the hunting lodge near Zenda. They have found Josef deadand the King is gone.3. How will the King3. How will the King3. How will the King3. How will the King be back in the capital tomorrow?be back in the capital tomorrow?be back in the capital tomorrow?be back in the capital tomorrow?Rassendyll will continue to pretend to be the King.Chapter 4Chapter 4Chapter 4Chapter 4Questions And answersQuestions And answersQuestions And answersQuestions And answers1. What does Sapt plan to do if the real King is dead?1. What does Sapt plan to do if the real King is dead?1. What does Sapt plan to do if the real King is dead?1. What does Sapt plan to do if the real King is dead?He planned that Rassendyll would stay a king instead+ ‫ذ‬ 0 _5D.2. Why do Michael’s men have spades2. Why do Michael’s men have spades2. Why do Michael’s men have spades2. Why do Michael’s men have spades‫روف‬ ? What does it mean that? What does it mean that? What does it mean that? What does it mean thatthey were going to “hide their evil work”?they were going to “hide their evil work”?they were going to “hide their evil work”?they were going to “hide their evil work”?They are going to bury 0 5 Josef’s body so no one will know about hismurder 1 .
  9. 9. 93. What does Rassendyll mean that some of those evil3. What does Rassendyll mean that some of those evil3. What does Rassendyll mean that some of those evil3. What does Rassendyll mean that some of those evil men shouldmen shouldmen shouldmen shouldjoinjoinjoinjoin &-() Josef?Josef?Josef?Josef?Rassendyll means that some of them should be killed. They should joinJosef in death.4. Why does Sapt say to the servant at the secret door “All young men like4. Why does Sapt say to the servant at the secret door “All young men like4. Why does Sapt say to the servant at the secret door “All young men like4. Why does Sapt say to the servant at the secret door “All young men liketo ride their horses now and then, so why not the King?”to ride their horses now and then, so why not the King?”to ride their horses now and then, so why not the King?”to ride their horses now and then, so why not the King?”To justify why they rode off their horses. Perhaps he wanted to misleadhim.)" ‫ا‬ D ‫رآ‬ ‫ر‬.5" ‫أن‬ ‫أراد‬ ,D‫ر‬.5. Why does Rassendyll use a new servant5. Why does Rassendyll use a new servant5. Why does Rassendyll use a new servant5. Why does Rassendyll use a new servant ‫دم‬ +who has never met the realwho has never met the realwho has never met the realwho has never met the realKing? Who is the servant replacingKing? Who is the servant replacingKing? Who is the servant replacingKing? Who is the servant replacing,& ,& ????Because the personal servant‫ص‬ " ‫ا‬ ‫دم‬ " ‫ا‬was killed in the hunting lodgeby Michaels men . The servant is replacing Josef.6666----Who were the six men?Who were the six men?Who were the six men?Who were the six men? ‫؟‬ 1C ‫ا‬ ‫ل‬ . ‫ا‬ ;‫ه‬ 0-They were six special soldiers who Michael kept at his house at all times.G ‫ا‬ ‫ل‬ U 1)D ;ID b 1 ‫ا‬ ,D W ‫د‬ 4. ;‫ه‬.- They were completely loyal to Michael. " ‫ا‬ A ‫آ‬+ , ,2 0)E-They would do whatever Michael asked them to do. Three were fromRuritania and a Belgian ,a French and an English man.8 ;I4 T ‫ا‬ 8 ‫ف‬.)L D OD‫ا‬ ‫وا‬ )A 1 ‫رور‬ 0 cMc‫ي‬K) LA‫ا‬ ‫دس‬ C ‫وا‬ CA d " ‫وا‬.7777---- Who were the three with Michael in Strelsau?Who were the three with Michael in Strelsau?Who were the three with Michael in Strelsau?Who were the three with Michael in Strelsau? - ,. /01 ‫ا‬ (‫ه‬ 2‫؟‬ !The three foreignerseA .‫:ا‬ De GautetDe GautetDe GautetDe Gautet (French), BersoninBersoninBersoninBersonin (Belgian) andDetchardDetchardDetchardDetchard (English). G2 . ‫دو‬)CA(0)A D))L D(‫رد‬ 1 ‫د‬)‫ي‬K) LA‫ا‬(8. Rassendyll decides to keep some of his plans secret from Sapt and Fritz.8. Rassendyll decides to keep some of his plans secret from Sapt and Fritz.8. Rassendyll decides to keep some of his plans secret from Sapt and Fritz.8. Rassendyll decides to keep some of his plans secret from Sapt and Fritz.What are those plans?What are those plans?What are those plans?What are those plans?He planned to:-Make himself as popular as he could. E RD D * C A 8L,4
  10. 10. 10-Say nothing bad about Michael. 0 ‫ء‬ ‫ء‬ - ‫ل‬ ( _.- Improve the kings picture with his people. 0C*8- 54 + , ‫ا‬ ‫رة‬9999----Why are three of the Six Men are in Strelsau?Why are three of the Six Men are in Strelsau?Why are three of the Six Men are in Strelsau?Why are three of the Six Men are in Strelsau?Because the other three were in the kings guard+ , ‫ا‬ ‫ا‬ in Zenda.10101010----How did Rassendyll carry out his plan to make himself popular?How did Rassendyll carry out his plan to make himself popular?How did Rassendyll carry out his plan to make himself popular?How did Rassendyll carry out his plan to make himself popular?‫؟‬ 4 5& ‫ن‬ . -. 7 8+ ‫ل‬ ‫را‬ 9:; <=‫آ‬- He rode his horse through the park with Fritz and waved to everyonebowing to him.- ‫ح‬ ‫و‬ K2 O ( 5* ‫ا‬ A E e‫رآ‬4*A‫ا‬ k".-He paid a second visit to the old town. , 5( ‫ا‬ 4 5, )A c ‫رة‬ KD ‫م‬.-He paid a visit to Princess Flavias palace followed by a crowd of peopleto win her trust as she is popular, with the people of Ruritania.D * IA I1(c eC ‫س‬ 4 ‫ا‬ 0 ,. 8 2‫و‬ ) M ‫ة‬ ) _‫ا‬ E ‫زار‬)A 1 ‫رور‬ ‫أه‬ 54.11111111---- What does he do on the way to princess Flavias palace?What does he do on the way to princess Flavias palace?What does he do on the way to princess Flavias palace?What does he do on the way to princess Flavias palace?He buys some flowers from a poor girl giving her a gold coin.12121212----How do these thHow do these thHow do these thHow do these things make him more popular?ings make him more popular?ings make him more popular?ings make him more popular?Hundreds of people followed him on his way to the home of PrincessFlavia.13131313----Why can’t Michael come into the room when the King is there?Why can’t Michael come into the room when the King is there?Why can’t Michael come into the room when the King is there?Why can’t Michael come into the room when the King is there?Because he had to wait for the King’s permission.14141414----What mistake does Rassendyll make?What mistake does Rassendyll make?What mistake does Rassendyll make?What mistake does Rassendyll make? How does he cover up hisHow does he cover up hisHow does he cover up hisHow does he cover up hismistakemistakemistakemistake?He left Michael wait outside the guestroom. He himself went outside toget him in. He said that he keeps forgetting all the rules5 ‫ا‬ .15151515---- Rassendyll says that his hand was hurt from an animal bite and thatRassendyll says that his hand was hurt from an animal bite and thatRassendyll says that his hand was hurt from an animal bite and thatRassendyll says that his hand was hurt from an animal bite and thathe’s waiting to see if the bite is poisonous. He also says that he is sure thehe’s waiting to see if the bite is poisonous. He also says that he is sure thehe’s waiting to see if the bite is poisonous. He also says that he is sure thehe’s waiting to see if the bite is poisonous. He also says that he is sure theanimal will try to bite again. Who is he really talking about, and whoanimal will try to bite again. Who is he really talking about, and whoanimal will try to bite again. Who is he really talking about, and whoanimal will try to bite again. Who is he really talking about, and whounderstands this?understands this?understands this?understands this?
  11. 11. 11He is really talking about Michael, and Michael understands this.16161616---- How does Rassendyll know that the Six Men also know his secret?How does Rassendyll know that the Six Men also know his secret?How does Rassendyll know that the Six Men also know his secret?How does Rassendyll know that the Six Men also know his secret?When he saw Detchard (the Englishman) smiles at his pretend Englishaccent.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.“You’“You’“You’“You’re mad! The plan’s too dangerous!”re mad! The plan’s too dangerous!”re mad! The plan’s too dangerous!”re mad! The plan’s too dangerous!”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rassendyll to Colonel Sapt.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?They are at the hunting lodge near Zenda.3. What is the dangerous plan?3. What is the dangerous plan?3. What is the dangerous plan?3. What is the dangerous plan?Sapt wants Rassendyll to continue ,1C to pretend 5 to be the Kingand to return to Strelsau that night.“We’ve got them! They can’t say anything without showing their guilt.”“We’ve got them! They can’t say anything without showing their guilt.”“We’ve got them! They can’t say anything without showing their guilt.”“We’ve got them! They can’t say anything without showing their guilt.”1.Who says this to whom?1.Who says this to whom?1.Who says this to whom?1.Who says this to whom?Sapt says this to Rassendyll.2. Why does he say this?2. Why does he say this?2. Why does he say this?2. Why does he say this?He is trying to persuadeO4( Rassendyll to continue to be the King.3. Who is “them”? What does the speaker mean by “We’ve got them”?3. Who is “them”? What does the speaker mean by “We’ve got them”?3. Who is “them”? What does the speaker mean by “We’ve got them”?3. Who is “them”? What does the speaker mean by “We’ve got them”?“Them” is Duke Michael and his men. We have trapped(caught ) them.“Now remember, say nothing about this. All young men like to ride their“Now remember, say nothing about this. All young men like to ride their“Now remember, say nothing about this. All young men like to ride their“Now remember, say nothing about this. All young men like to ride theirhorses nowhorses nowhorses nowhorses now and then, so why not the King?”and then, so why not the King?”and then, so why not the King?”and then, so why not the King?”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Sapt says this to Freyler.2. Where is the speaker coming from and who is with him?2. Where is the speaker coming from and who is with him?2. Where is the speaker coming from and who is with him?2. Where is the speaker coming from and who is with him?He was coming from Zenda and Rassendyll was with him.3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?3. Why does the speaker say this?He doesn’t want the servant to talk about the King’s going out‫وج‬ W. Hewants him to think that the King was just out riding (and enjoyinghimself).Chapter 5Chapter 5Chapter 5Chapter 5
  12. 12. 12A. Answer these questionsA. Answer these questionsA. Answer these questionsA. Answer these questions1. Rassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. What1. Rassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. What1. Rassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. What1. Rassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. Whatresponsibilities doesresponsibilities doesresponsibilities doesresponsibilities does he have?he have?he have?he have?He has to act‫ف‬ E1 like the King.He has to run 5 the country.He has to try to rescue$(4 the real King from Michael.2222----Why didnt anyone seem to notice that Rassendyll was not the realWhy didnt anyone seem to notice that Rassendyll was not the realWhy didnt anyone seem to notice that Rassendyll was not the realWhy didnt anyone seem to notice that Rassendyll was not the realking?king?king?king?‫&>=>-؟‬ ‫ا‬ ? ‫ا‬ @= ‫ل‬ ‫را‬ ‫ان‬ A‫أ‬ CA0 ( ‫ذا‬1-He looks identical to the king. + , ‫ا‬ O !D T1 ‫5و‬.2- Sapt stays close to him to tell him what to say or do. ! M ( GD‫ل‬ ( ‫او‬ 8 ‫ذا‬ S ").3-People dont expect that there is a pretend king. + ‫ك‬ 4‫ه‬ ‫ان‬ ‫س‬ 4 ‫ا‬ O 1 ;5.3333---- How did Rassendyll act when he made mistakes?How did Rassendyll act when he made mistakes?How did Rassendyll act when he made mistakes?How did Rassendyll act when he made mistakes? ‫45ل‬ ‫را‬ ‫ف‬ E2 )‫آ‬‫؟‬RTW e 2‫ار‬ 54He pretended that he had forgotten rules or people that he had met.‫ا‬ CA A‫أ‬ ‫اد‬;I D 0 $ ‫ا‬ ‫س‬ 4 ‫ا‬ ‫او‬ 0)A‫ا‬ (.4444----Why does Rassendyll become good at pretending to forget riles andWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending to forget riles andWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending to forget riles andWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending to forget riles andpeoplepeoplepeoplepeople????To cover up his mistakes.5555---- Sapt brings news of the real King. What is it?Sapt brings news of the real King. What is it?Sapt brings news of the real King. What is it?Sapt brings news of the real King. What is it?The King is at the Castle of Zenda.6666----Why does Rassendyll want to go toWhy does Rassendyll want to go toWhy does Rassendyll want to go toWhy does Rassendyll want to go to Zenda? What does Sapt meanZenda? What does Sapt meanZenda? What does Sapt meanZenda? What does Sapt meanwhen he says “You’ll probably stay there forever if you do”?when he says “You’ll probably stay there forever if you do”?when he says “You’ll probably stay there forever if you do”?when he says “You’ll probably stay there forever if you do”?He wants to go to rescue$(4 the real King. Sapt means that Rassendyllwill either ‫ا‬ be imprisoned 0LC in Zenda or killed there if he goes.7777----Why does Sapt have RasWhy does Sapt have RasWhy does Sapt have RasWhy does Sapt have Rassendyll followedsendyll followedsendyll followedsendyll followed ‫ع‬ 5 everywhere? What doeseverywhere? What doeseverywhere? What doeseverywhere? What doeshe mean by “If you disappear, the game’s over”?he mean by “If you disappear, the game’s over”?he mean by “If you disappear, the game’s over”?he mean by “If you disappear, the game’s over”?
  13. 13. 13TTTTo protect him from Michael’s men. If they can kill or kidnap Rassendyll,Michael will kill the real king and declare 0 8 himself the king.8888----Who writes a letterWho writes a letterWho writes a letterWho writes a letter to Rassendyll and what does it say? Who does heto Rassendyll and what does it say? Who does heto Rassendyll and what does it say? Who does heto Rassendyll and what does it say? Who does hesuspectsuspectsuspectsuspect ?F really wrote it?really wrote it?really wrote it?really wrote it?Antoinette de Mauban writes a letter. It tells him to come to a summerhouse in a garden late at night. He suspects that Michael wrote the letter.9999----When Rassendyll talks to DetcWhen Rassendyll talks to DetcWhen Rassendyll talks to DetcWhen Rassendyll talks to Detchard at the summer house, what doeshard at the summer house, what doeshard at the summer house, what doeshard at the summer house, what doesDetchard offer him? Why doesn’t Rassendyll accept it?Detchard offer him? Why doesn’t Rassendyll accept it?Detchard offer him? Why doesn’t Rassendyll accept it?Detchard offer him? Why doesn’t Rassendyll accept it?Detchard offers to give Rassendyll 50,000 English pounds and a safejourney to the of the door and knocks the three men down. He runs quicklyaway.10101010----How does RasseHow does RasseHow does RasseHow does Rassendyll come out of the summer house alive?ndyll come out of the summer house alive?ndyll come out of the summer house alive?ndyll come out of the summer house alive?He holds the iron table in front of him to protect him (like a shield) and herushes out11111111----Why have they prepared a ball for the PrincessWhy have they prepared a ball for the PrincessWhy have they prepared a ball for the PrincessWhy have they prepared a ball for the Princess?1111---- to ask the Princess to marry him. ‫واج‬K ‫ا‬ I4 e T).2222---- to pleases the people of the capital. , 8 ‫ا‬ ‫س‬ 4 ‫ا‬ 58C).12121212---- Rassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought heRassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought heRassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought heRassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought hedidn’t need to worry about society. Why does he say this? How does thedidn’t need to worry about society. Why does he say this? How does thedidn’t need to worry about society. Why does he say this? How does thedidn’t need to worry about society. Why does he say this? How does thePrincess reactPrincess reactPrincess reactPrincess react ‫رد‬,G ???? Why is it a mistakeWhy is it a mistakeWhy is it a mistakeWhy is it a mistake H8+for him to say this?for him to say this?for him to say this?for him to say this?-He says it because he is forgetting to act like the King-The Princess is surprisedG ‫5ه‬A‫ا‬ because the King must have alwaysknown that he was going to become the King one day.-This is a mistake by Rassendyll because he uncovers the truth aboutwho he is.13131313----The day after the ball, the Princess receives two letters. What are theyThe day after the ball, the Princess receives two letters. What are theyThe day after the ball, the Princess receives two letters. What are theyThe day after the ball, the Princess receives two letters. What are theyand who are they from?and who are they from?and who are they from?and who are they from?---- The firstThe firstThe firstThe first is an invitation‫ة‬ ‫د‬ from Michael for her to visit him inZenda.
  14. 14. 14----The otherThe otherThe otherThe other is a warning $*2not to accept any invitations from Michaeland not to go anywhere without many guards‫س‬ . It is from Antoinettede Mauban.14141414---- What does Rassendyll do when he hears of these letters? Who does heWhat does Rassendyll do when he hears of these letters? Who does heWhat does Rassendyll do when he hears of these letters? Who does heWhat does Rassendyll do when he hears of these letters? Who does hego to?go to?go to?go to?He orders a guard for the Princess. He goes to Marshal Strakencz andgives him some orders.15151515---- What does Rassendyll tell Marshal Strakencz to do?What does Rassendyll tell Marshal Strakencz to do?What does Rassendyll tell Marshal Strakencz to do?What does Rassendyll tell Marshal Strakencz to do?-To guardTo guardTo guardTo guard the Princess and not to allow any of the Dukes men to visither.I2‫ر‬ KD ‫ل‬ .‫ر‬ 0 5._ n,C _‫و‬ ‫ة‬ ) _‫ا‬ ‫س‬ * ‫ان‬.- ToToToTo saysaysaysay that he was the head of Strelsau if he doesnt get a message fromhim for three days.‫م‬ ‫ا‬ cMc ‫,5ة‬ + , ‫ا‬ 0 ‫ر‬ ! 1 ; ‫اذا‬ C 1 ;‫آ‬ A‫ا‬ ‫ل‬ ( ‫ان‬.-ToToToTo saysaysaysay that the king is dead if Michael refused to allow him to see theking.o ‫ر‬ ‫اذا‬ ‫ت‬ + , ‫ا‬ ‫ان‬ ‫ل‬ ( ‫ان‬+ , ‫ا‬ ‫ؤ‬ D n,C ‫ان‬.- ToToToTo declaredeclaredeclaredeclare Princess Flavia is the ruler of Ruritania. ) M ‫ة‬ ) _‫ا‬ ‫ان‬ 0 8)A 1 ‫رور‬ ,‫آ‬ ‫ه‬.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.“It would be very useful for Michael if you disa“It would be very useful for Michael if you disa“It would be very useful for Michael if you disa“It would be very useful for Michael if you disappeared. And if youppeared. And if youppeared. And if youppeared. And if youdisappear, the game’s over.”disappear, the game’s over.”disappear, the game’s over.”disappear, the game’s over.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Sapt says this to Rassendyll.2. Why does the speaker say this?2. Why does the speaker say this?2. Why does the speaker say this?2. Why does the speaker say this?Because Rassendyll complained that there are always men following him.(The men were ordered by Sapt to do so.)3.3.3.3. What game would be over if the person disappeared? Explain.What game would be over if the person disappeared? Explain.What game would be over if the person disappeared? Explain.What game would be over if the person disappeared? Explain. ‫!ح‬J‫ا‬The game of who is King. Michael would also kill the real King and thenmake himself King.
  15. 15. 15“I also have a game to play. I’ll tell the Duke’s men that you never came.“I also have a game to play. I’ll tell the Duke’s men that you never came.“I also have a game to play. I’ll tell the Duke’s men that you never came.“I also have a game to play. I’ll tell the Duke’s men that you never came.If the Duke doesn’t find out what I’ve done, we may meetIf the Duke doesn’t find out what I’ve done, we may meetIf the Duke doesn’t find out what I’ve done, we may meetIf the Duke doesn’t find out what I’ve done, we may meet again.”1. Who says this to1. Who says this to1. Who says this to1. Who says this to whom?whom?whom?whom?Antoinette de Mauban says this to Rassendyll.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?They are in the summer house .3. What has the speaker done that the Duke shouldn’t find out?3. What has the speaker done that the Duke shouldn’t find out?3. What has the speaker done that the Duke shouldn’t find out?3. What has the speaker done that the Duke shouldn’t find out?She has warned ‫$ر‬ Rassendyll that they are trying to kill him, and hastold him how to escape.“But you always knew that you would become King. How could you“But you always knew that you would become King. How could you“But you always knew that you would become King. How could you“But you always knew that you would become King. How could youthink that was someone else’s job?”think that was someone else’s job?”think that was someone else’s job?”think that was someone else’s job?”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Princess Flavia says this to “King” Rassendyll.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?They are at the ball in the palace.3. This was said i3. This was said i3. This was said i3. This was said in reactionn reactionn reactionn reaction,G ‫رد‬ to the other person’s words. What didto the other person’s words. What didto the other person’s words. What didto the other person’s words. What didthe other person say before this?the other person say before this?the other person say before this?the other person say before this?He said that when he was younger he didn’t think he had anyresponsibilities to society.“Every evening, I’ll send you a message. If you don’t get a message for“Every evening, I’ll send you a message. If you don’t get a message for“Every evening, I’ll send you a message. If you don’t get a message for“Every evening, I’ll send you a message. If you don’t get a message forthree days, yothree days, yothree days, yothree days, you have the authority to say that you are now the head ofu have the authority to say that you are now the head ofu have the authority to say that you are now the head ofu have the authority to say that you are now the head ofStrelsau.”Strelsau.”Strelsau.”Strelsau.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rassendyll to Marshal Strakencz.2. When is this said?2. When is this said?2. When is this said?2. When is this said?This is said the day after the ball, before Rassendyll goes to Zenda.3. What other orders does the speak3. What other orders does the speak3. What other orders does the speak3. What other orders does the speaker give?er give?er give?er give?The Marshal must guard the Princess and not let Michael or his men nearher. If the Marshal becomes the head of Strelsau, he must then go to theDuke and demand to seethe King. If he doesn’t see the King in twenty-
  16. 16. 16four hours, he must tell the people that the King is dead and makePrincess Flavia the new ruler of Ruritania.Chapter 6Chapter 6Chapter 6Chapter 6A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.1. Rassendyll’s writing is different from the King’s. What reason does1. Rassendyll’s writing is different from the King’s. What reason does1. Rassendyll’s writing is different from the King’s. What reason does1. Rassendyll’s writing is different from the King’s. What reason doesRassendyll give? Why might this difference be a problem for MarshalRassendyll give? Why might this difference be a problem for MarshalRassendyll give? Why might this difference be a problem for MarshalRassendyll give? Why might this difference be a problem for MarshalSSSStrakencz?trakencz?trakencz?trakencz?Rassendyll says it is because of his injured finger‫ب‬ E O ‫.ا‬ It might bea problem for Strakencz because people might think the order from theKing is not a real one.2. What reason2. What reason2. What reason2. What reason K5 does Rassendyll give Princess Flavia for leavingdoes Rassendyll give Princess Flavia for leavingdoes Rassendyll give Princess Flavia for leavingdoes Rassendyll give Princess Flavia for leavingStrelsau? What does he ask her to do if he doesn’t come back?Strelsau? What does he ask her to do if he doesn’t come back?Strelsau? What does he ask her to do if he doesn’t come back?Strelsau? What does he ask her to do if he doesn’t come back?He tells her he is going to hunt a big animal — Michael. He tells her shemust become Queen if he doesn’t return.3.Where do Rassendyll and his men stay for their hunting trip?Where is it3.Where do Rassendyll and his men stay for their hunting trip?Where is it3.Where do Rassendyll and his men stay for their hunting trip?Where is it3.Where do Rassendyll and his men stay for their hunting trip?Where is itand who does it belong to?and who does it belong to?and who does it belong to?and who does it belong to?They stay in a country house called Tarlenheim. It belongs to a relativee of Fritz. It is on a hill 2 on the opposite side D (, ‫ا‬ ‫ء‬KL ‫ا‬ of the townof Zenda from the castle.4. What reason does Duke Michael give for not visiting “King”4. What reason does Duke Michael give for not visiting “King”4. What reason does Duke Michael give for not visiting “King”4. What reason does Duke Michael give for not visiting “King”Rassendyll or inviting him to his castle?Rassendyll or inviting him to his castle?Rassendyll or inviting him to his castle?Rassendyll or inviting him to his castle?He says that he and some servants have a serious sickness.5. Why do Rassendyll and Fritz go to the inn at Zenda? Who do they5. Why do Rassendyll and Fritz go to the inn at Zenda? Who do they5. Why do Rassendyll and Fritz go to the inn at Zenda? Who do they5. Why do Rassendyll and Fritz go to the inn at Zenda? Who do theytalk to there and what do they say?talk to there and what do they say?talk to there and what do they say?talk to there and what do they say?They go to meet Johann. They talk to the inn keeper’s daughter and askher to have Johann meet them the next night.6. What happens to Bern6. What happens to Bern6. What happens to Bern6. What happens to Bernenstein while Fritz and Rassendyll are outenstein while Fritz and Rassendyll are outenstein while Fritz and Rassendyll are outenstein while Fritz and Rassendyll are out?He is shot in the arm while he is out in the woods.7. What message does Rupert Hentzau bring the next day? How does7. What message does Rupert Hentzau bring the next day? How does7. What message does Rupert Hentzau bring the next day? How does7. What message does Rupert Hentzau bring the next day? How doesRassendyll replyRassendyll replyRassendyll replyRassendyll reply‫!د‬ ? What happens when Rupert is leaving?? What happens when Rupert is leaving?? What happens when Rupert is leaving?? What happens when Rupert is leaving?
  17. 17. 17The Duke offers Rassendyll a safe journey to the border‫*5ود‬ ‫ا‬ and amillion gold pieces. Rassendyll refuses. As Rupert is leaving, he stabs08TRassendyll in the shoulder with a knife.8. What do they learn from J8. What do they learn from J8. What do they learn from J8. What do they learn from Johann?ohann?ohann?ohann?They learn where the King is being kept in the castle and the Duke’splans.9. Describe the room and the pipe where the real King is being kept.9. Describe the room and the pipe where the real King is being kept.9. Describe the room and the pipe where the real King is being kept.9. Describe the room and the pipe where the real King is being kept.There is an outer room with no windows. It is always guarded by three ofthe Six Men. The King is kept in chains in the next room. Its window hasa large pipe that leads to the castle moat.10. What is the plan if they are attacked? How will they kill the King10. What is the plan if they are attacked? How will they kill the King10. What is the plan if they are attacked? How will they kill the King10. What is the plan if they are attacked? How will they kill the Kingand what will they do with the body?and what will they do with the body?and what will they do with the body?and what will they do with the body?They will kill the King and then put him into the pipe. The chains willkeep the body under the water of the moat. The guards can then go out thesame pipe and swim across the moat to escape.11. Why do they send Johann back to the castle?11. Why do they send Johann back to the castle?11. Why do they send Johann back to the castle?11. Why do they send Johann back to the castle?To spy on MichaelE. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.“The wri“The wri“The wri“The writing’s a little different from your usual. I hope people know it’s ating’s a little different from your usual. I hope people know it’s ating’s a little different from your usual. I hope people know it’s ating’s a little different from your usual. I hope people know it’s areal order from the King.”real order from the King.”real order from the King.”real order from the King.”1. Who says this to Rassendyll (the King)?1. Who says this to Rassendyll (the King)?1. Who says this to Rassendyll (the King)?1. Who says this to Rassendyll (the King)?Marshal Strakencz .2. What does he think is the reason that the handwriting is different?2. What does he think is the reason that the handwriting is different?2. What does he think is the reason that the handwriting is different?2. What does he think is the reason that the handwriting is different?What is the real reason?What is the real reason?What is the real reason?What is the real reason?He thinks it is different because the King has injured his hand. The realreason is that Rassendyll is not the real King.3. Why is it important that the handwriting be the same?3. Why is it important that the handwriting be the same?3. Why is it important that the handwriting be the same?3. Why is it important that the handwriting be the same?So that people will know that it is a real order from the King.“So you’d p“So you’d p“So you’d p“So you’d prefer to hunt animals than do your duties in the capital?”refer to hunt animals than do your duties in the capital?”refer to hunt animals than do your duties in the capital?”refer to hunt animals than do your duties in the capital?”1. Who says this to Rassendyll?1. Who says this to Rassendyll?1. Who says this to Rassendyll?1. Who says this to Rassendyll?Princess Flavia.
  18. 18. 182. When does the person say this?2. When does the person say this?2. When does the person say this?2. When does the person say this?The day after the ball. When Rassendyll is saying goodbye to goto Zendato hunt Michael.3. What “animal” is Ras3. What “animal” is Ras3. What “animal” is Ras3. What “animal” is Rassendyll going to hunt?sendyll going to hunt?sendyll going to hunt?sendyll going to hunt?Duke Michael.“If you do not know how to address the King, my brother must find“If you do not know how to address the King, my brother must find“If you do not know how to address the King, my brother must find“If you do not know how to address the King, my brother must findanother messenger.”another messenger.”another messenger.”another messenger.”1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?Rupert Hentzau.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?At the country house called Tarlenheim.Tarlenheim.Tarlenheim.Tarlenheim.3. Why does he say3. Why does he say3. Why does he say3. Why does he say this?this?this?this?Because Rupert Hentzau addressed him as "Rassendyll".Rassendyll, I think that this time next year, you’ll still be King.”Rassendyll, I think that this time next year, you’ll still be King.”Rassendyll, I think that this time next year, you’ll still be King.”Rassendyll, I think that this time next year, you’ll still be King.”1. Who says this?1. Who says this?1. Who says this?1. Who says this?Colonel Sapt.2. What has he just heard?2. What has he just heard?2. What has he just heard?2. What has he just heard?He has just heard the Duke’s plan for killing the King and hiding thebody.3. Why does he think Rassendyll will still be King after a year?3. Why does he think Rassendyll will still be King after a year?3. Why does he think Rassendyll will still be King after a year?3. Why does he think Rassendyll will still be King after a year?Because the Duke’s plan is very clever and he will kill the King whetherhe is attacked by a small group or a large one.Chapter 7Chapter 7Chapter 7Chapter 7A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.1. What three piece1. What three piece1. What three piece1. What three pieces of news arrive at Tarlenheim the next day?s of news arrive at Tarlenheim the next day?s of news arrive at Tarlenheim the next day?s of news arrive at Tarlenheim the next day?a) People of Strelsau were worried when they heard that the king (Rassendyll ) was badly injured while he was hunting in the woods.b) Michael thought that Rassendyll was badly injured ( by Rupert. )c) The Princess was worried and wanted to see him.2. Why do Rassendyll and the others go to the castle at night?2. Why do Rassendyll and the others go to the castle at night?2. Why do Rassendyll and the others go to the castle at night?2. Why do Rassendyll and the others go to the castle at night?
  19. 19. 19They want to explore 1C it so that they can make plans to rescuethe King.3. Why does Rassendyll kill Max Holf?3. Why does Rassendyll kill Max Holf?3. Why does Rassendyll kill Max Holf?3. Why does Rassendyll kill Max Holf?He is guarding the King’s prison. Rassendyll kills him because this is awar for the Kings life and Max is working for the enemy.4. Why do the seven gentlemen go with Rassendyll, Sapt and Fritz to the4. Why do the seven gentlemen go with Rassendyll, Sapt and Fritz to the4. Why do the seven gentlemen go with Rassendyll, Sapt and Fritz to the4. Why do the seven gentlemen go with Rassendyll, Sapt and Fritz to thecastle? What do they do?castle? What do they do?castle? What do they do?castle? What do they do?To help them if Michaels men attacked. ;. ‫ه‬ ;I25 C,‫د‬ 4. . Theyfight with the Duke’s men (and three of them are killed).5. Who gets killed in the fight in the woods? Who gets away?5. Who gets killed in the fight in the woods? Who gets away?5. Who gets killed in the fight in the woods? Who gets away?5. Who gets killed in the fight in the woods? Who gets away?Two of the Duke’s Six Men get killed, Lauengram and KafsteinLauengram and KafsteinLauengram and KafsteinLauengram and Kafstein. Three ofRassendyll’s men get killed also. Rupert Hentzau escapes.6. Why were Rassendyll’s bags found at a train station near Zenda?6. Why were Rassendyll’s bags found at a train station near Zenda?6. Why were Rassendyll’s bags found at a train station near Zenda?6. Why were Rassendyll’s bags found at a train station near Zenda?Because Rassendyll prviously sent them by train before him.7777----Why is the Chief of Police looking for Mr Rassendyll?Why is the Chief of Police looking for Mr Rassendyll?Why is the Chief of Police looking for Mr Rassendyll?Why is the Chief of Police looking for Mr Rassendyll?Because the British ambassador ) had reported that an Englishmancalled Rassendyll had disappeared near the town of Zenda. They hadfound Rassendylls bags at a nearby train station .8888---- Rassendyll meets Rupert the next day while they are out riding. WhatRassendyll meets Rupert the next day while they are out riding. WhatRassendyll meets Rupert the next day while they are out riding. WhatRassendyll meets Rupert the next day while they are out riding. Whatplan does Rupert offer to Rassendyll?plan does Rupert offer to Rassendyll?plan does Rupert offer to Rassendyll?plan does Rupert offer to Rassendyll?He offers to help him attack the castle. But Sapt, Fritz, Michael and theKing must all die. Then Rassendyll can stay as King and Rupert will begiven a reward (money).9999---- Why is Antoinette de Mauban being kept as a prisoner of the Duke?Why is Antoinette de Mauban being kept as a prisoner of the Duke?Why is Antoinette de Mauban being kept as a prisoner of the Duke?Why is Antoinette de Mauban being kept as a prisoner of the Duke?He discovered that she helped Rassendyll in the summer house. He cannottrust her now.10101010---- A doctor has been brought to see the real King in his prison. WhyA doctor has been brought to see the real King in his prison. WhyA doctor has been brought to see the real King in his prison. WhyA doctor has been brought to see the real King in his prison. Whydoesn’t Duke Michael let the doctor leave?doesn’t Duke Michael let the doctor leave?doesn’t Duke Michael let the doctor leave?doesn’t Duke Michael let the doctor leave?Because the doctor would tell people that the King is a prisoner.11111111---- Why does RassendyllWhy does RassendyllWhy does RassendyllWhy does Rassendyll ask Antoinette de Mauban to cry out for help atask Antoinette de Mauban to cry out for help atask Antoinette de Mauban to cry out for help atask Antoinette de Mauban to cry out for help attwo o’clock in the morning?two o’clock in the morning?two o’clock in the morning?two o’clock in the morning?
  20. 20. 20So the Duke will go to help her. At the same time Johann will open thefront door to let in Sapt and Fritz with their men.12121212---- Why does Rupert Hentzau swim across the moat to goWhy does Rupert Hentzau swim across the moat to goWhy does Rupert Hentzau swim across the moat to goWhy does Rupert Hentzau swim across the moat to go back to theback to theback to theback to themansion? Why doesn’t he use the drawbridge?mansion? Why doesn’t he use the drawbridge?mansion? Why doesn’t he use the drawbridge?mansion? Why doesn’t he use the drawbridge?The drawbridge has been pulled up O ‫ر‬for the night. He is doingsomething secret‫ي‬ , so he does not use the bridge.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.Read the quotations and answer the questions.“Go back to Strelsau and tell the A“Go back to Strelsau and tell the A“Go back to Strelsau and tell the A“Go back to Strelsau and tell the Ambassador what you know. I’ll lookmbassador what you know. I’ll lookmbassador what you know. I’ll lookmbassador what you know. I’ll lookinto this for you.”into this for you.”into this for you.”into this for you.”1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?1. Who does Rassendyll say this to?Rassendyll says this to the Chief of Police of Strelsau.2. What is it that Rassendyll will look into?2. What is it that Rassendyll will look into?2. What is it that Rassendyll will look into?2. What is it that Rassendyll will look into?The disappearance ‫ء‬ 1W‫أ‬of an English gentleman called Rassendyll3. Why doesn’t he want the Chief of Police to investigate about the3. Why doesn’t he want the Chief of Police to investigate about the3. Why doesn’t he want the Chief of Police to investigate about the3. Why doesn’t he want the Chief of Police to investigate about themissing man?missing man?missing man?missing man?Because he might find out that Rassendyll is pretending to be the King.“He makes me angry. I nearly killed him myself last night. Think carefully“He makes me angry. I nearly killed him myself last night. Think carefully“He makes me angry. I nearly killed him myself last night. Think carefully“He makes me angry. I nearly killed him myself last night. Think carefullyabout my plan.”about my plan.”about my plan.”about my plan.”1. Who1. Who1. Who1. Who says this to Rassendyll?says this to Rassendyll?says this to Rassendyll?says this to Rassendyll?Rupert Hentzau says this.2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?2. Who is the person talking about?He is talking about Duke Michael.3. What is the person’s plan?3. What is the person’s plan?3. What is the person’s plan?3. What is the person’s plan?He will help Rassendyll attack the castle. Hentzau will decide the time.But Sapt, Fritz,Michael and the real King must all die. Then Rassendyll will remain KingandHentzau will have a reward.“I hear there are new servants at the castle. Do these servants know the“I hear there are new servants at the castle. Do these servants know the“I hear there are new servants at the castle. Do these servants know the“I hear there are new servants at the castle. Do these servants know theKing’s aKing’s aKing’s aKing’s a
  21. 21. 21prisoner there?”prisoner there?”prisoner there?”prisoner there?”1111----who says this to Johann?who says this to Johann?who says this to Johann?who says this to Johann?Rassendyll says it.2222----What does JohannWhat does JohannWhat does JohannWhat does Johann answer?answer?answer?answer?He answers that the servants do not know that the prisoner is the King.3333----Why is that important?Why is that important?Why is that important?Why is that important?Rassendyll wants to know if the servants will think he is the King (andobeyO)T him or surrender to him when he attacks the castle).Chapter 8Chapter 8Chapter 8Chapter 8A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.A. Answer these questions.1. Where does Rassendyll wait for it to be two o’clock?1. Where does Rassendyll wait for it to be two o’clock?1. Where does Rassendyll wait for it to be two o’clock?1. Where does Rassendyll wait for it to be two o’clock?He waits by the drawbridge gatethe drawbridge gatethe drawbridge gatethe drawbridge gate ‫ي‬ D ‫ا‬ D‫ا‬ Dnext to the castle.2. Rassendyll has asked Antoinette to c2. Rassendyll has asked Antoinette to c2. Rassendyll has asked Antoinette to c2. Rassendyll has asked Antoinette to cry for help at two o’clock. Whyry for help at two o’clock. Whyry for help at two o’clock. Whyry for help at two o’clock. Whydoes she do it earlier?does she do it earlier?does she do it earlier?does she do it earlier?Because she is being attacked ;. I2 IA_by Rupert. He wants to punishe 8 her for writing to Rassendyll.3. Why does Rassendyll kill De Gautet with a sword3. Why does Rassendyll kill De Gautet with a sword3. Why does Rassendyll kill De Gautet with a sword3. Why does Rassendyll kill De Gautet with a sword<= and not with aand not with aand not with aand not with agun?gun?gun?gun?As he doesnt want to make any noise ‫ء‬ r rand attract ‫$ب‬L otherpeople.4. How does Rassendyll get the keys4. How does Rassendyll get the keys4. How does Rassendyll get the keys4. How does Rassendyll get the keys =# : to the King’s prison?to the King’s prison?to the King’s prison?to the King’s prison?He takes them from De Gautet’s clothes after he kills him.5. Who gets killed in the first room of the King’s prison? Who gets killed5. Who gets killed in the first room of the King’s prison? Who gets killed5. Who gets killed in the first room of the King’s prison? Who gets killed5. Who gets killed in the first room of the King’s prison? Who gets killedinininin the room where the King is? Who gets woundedthe room where the King is? Who gets woundedthe room where the King is? Who gets woundedthe room where the King is? Who gets wounded‫ب‬ " ????-Bersonin gets killed in the first room. In the room where the King is, thedoctor is killed by Detchard, and Detchard is killed by Rassendyll.-The King and Rassendyll are both wounded.6. Why doesn’t6. Why doesn’t6. Why doesn’t6. Why doesn’t the King fight Detchard directlythe King fight Detchard directlythe King fight Detchard directlythe King fight Detchard directly‫!ة‬J 5 ? How does he help? How does he help? How does he help? How does he helpRassendyll?Rassendyll?Rassendyll?Rassendyll?
  22. 22. 22As the King was weak )8r from illness and in chains M . He helpsRassendyll by pushing O 5 a chair into Detchard as he is fighting. (Thismakes him lose his balance ‫ازن‬ 2and fall over the doctor’s body. Then it iseasy for Rassendyll to kill him.)7.Who kills the Duke7.Who kills the Duke7.Who kills the Duke7.Who kills the Duke?Rupert Hentzau.8. Why does Rupert ride away instead of fighting8. Why does Rupert ride away instead of fighting8. Why does Rupert ride away instead of fighting8. Why does Rupert ride away instead of fighting‫ل‬ Rassendyll?Rassendyll?Rassendyll?Rassendyll?Because Fritz comes with a gun and Rupert knows he can’t fight both ofthem ,‫ه‬M‫.آ‬9. Ho9. Ho9. Ho9. How does the boy make a problem for Sapt, Fritz and Rassendyll?w does the boy make a problem for Sapt, Fritz and Rassendyll?w does the boy make a problem for Sapt, Fritz and Rassendyll?w does the boy make a problem for Sapt, Fritz and Rassendyll?The boy runs out and says the King is behind the tree, but Strakencz andthe Princess think that the King is in the castle. Sapt has a problem toexplain ‫ح‬-C this.10101010----Why does Sapt tell theWhy does Sapt tell theWhy does Sapt tell theWhy does Sapt tell the Princess to come alone to see the King behindPrincess to come alone to see the King behindPrincess to come alone to see the King behindPrincess to come alone to see the King behindthe tree?the tree?the tree?the tree?He asks the Princess to come alone because he doesn’t want MarshalStrakencz to know about Rassendyll.11111111---- Why did Sapt have the real King taken from his prison with his faceWhy did Sapt have the real King taken from his prison with his faceWhy did Sapt have the real King taken from his prison with his faceWhy did Sapt have the real King taken from his prison with his facecoveredcoveredcoveredcovered-8L ????Sapt didnt want his men or the servants to see who the prisoner really was.12121212----What did Sapts men and the servants think happened to the King andWhat did Sapts men and the servants think happened to the King andWhat did Sapts men and the servants think happened to the King andWhat did Sapts men and the servants think happened to the King andto the prisoner?to the prisoner?to the prisoner?to the prisoner?They think that the King was wounded in the fight to rescue the prisoner,and that the prisoner went after Rupert Hentzau.13131313----Why did Rassendyll wait in the forest until dark to go to the castle?Why did Rassendyll wait in the forest until dark to go to the castle?Why did Rassendyll wait in the forest until dark to go to the castle?Why did Rassendyll wait in the forest until dark to go to the castle?Rassendyll waited until he could go into the castle under the cover ofdark ‫م‬MN ‫ا‬ ‫ء‬ Tt. He didnt want anyone to see him.14. How does Rassendyll teach the King how to be a real king?14. How does Rassendyll teach the King how to be a real king?14. How does Rassendyll teach the King how to be a real king?14. How does Rassendyll teach the King how to be a real king?He took his responsibilities as King seriously 5LDand tried to run thecountry well.
  23. 23. 2315. What does Rassendyll mean when he writes “Nobody knew15. What does Rassendyll mean when he writes “Nobody knew15. What does Rassendyll mean when he writes “Nobody knew15. What does Rassendyll mean when he writes “Nobody knew wherewherewherewhereRupert had disappeared to, and the thought of the man who had almostRupert had disappeared to, and the thought of the man who had almostRupert had disappeared to, and the thought of the man who had almostRupert had disappeared to, and the thought of the man who had almostbeaten me still makes my heart beat louder in my chest”?beaten me still makes my heart beat louder in my chest”?beaten me still makes my heart beat louder in my chest”?beaten me still makes my heart beat louder in my chest”?He meant that when he thought of Rupert he got angry. He wishedhe could find him and fight him.16. Do you think Ra16. Do you think Ra16. Do you think Ra16. Do you think Rassendyll was right to pretendssendyll was right to pretendssendyll was right to pretendssendyll was right to pretend -M to be the King forto be the King forto be the King forto be the King forthe coronation? Was he right to continue to pretend to be the King for sothe coronation? Was he right to continue to pretend to be the King for sothe coronation? Was he right to continue to pretend to be the King for sothe coronation? Was he right to continue to pretend to be the King for solong?long?long?long?Yes, he was right because that was the only way to save the country fromDuke Michael and save the King. No, as it was better to tell the princessand the marshal the truth.17. Why doesn’t Rassendyll remain the King?17. Why doesn’t Rassendyll remain the King?17. Why doesn’t Rassendyll remain the King?17. Why doesn’t Rassendyll remain the King?The King was still alive, so it wasnt right ! for Rassendyll to remain theKing.18181818----If he was a wiser and better ruler than the real King, would it beIf he was a wiser and better ruler than the real King, would it beIf he was a wiser and better ruler than the real King, would it beIf he was a wiser and better ruler than the real King, would it bewrong fwrong fwrong fwrong for him to remain King?or him to remain King?or him to remain King?or him to remain King?Yes, it would be wrong because even if he was wiser and better than thereal King, it wasnt right for him to take something that belonged tosomeone else.19191919----What does Rassendyll learn from his adventuresWhat does Rassendyll learn from his adventuresWhat does Rassendyll learn from his adventuresWhat does Rassendyll learn from his adventures?He learnt all about responsibility‫ت‬ ) uC and duties‫ت‬ .‫.وا‬E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.E. Read the quotations and answer the questions.“This woman’s been writing secret letters to Rassendyll! She needs to be“This woman’s been writing secret letters to Rassendyll! She needs to be“This woman’s been writing secret letters to Rassendyll! She needs to be“This woman’s been writing secret letters to Rassendyll! She needs to bepunished!”punished!”punished!”punished!”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rupert Hentzau says this to Duke Michael.2. Who is “this woman”?2. Who is “this woman”?2. Who is “this woman”?2. Who is “this woman”?“This woman” is Antoinette de Mauban.3. What is the speaker doing while saying this?3. What is the speaker doing while saying this?3. What is the speaker doing while saying this?3. What is the speaker doing while saying this?He is attacking Antoinette and fighting with Duke Michael.
  24. 24. 24“Dead! That’s good. Then I’m your leader now. Put down your weapons“Dead! That’s good. Then I’m your leader now. Put down your weapons“Dead! That’s good. Then I’m your leader now. Put down your weapons“Dead! That’s good. Then I’m your leader now. Put down your weaponsand do as I say.”and do as I say.”and do as I say.”and do as I say.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rupert Hentzau says this to the Duke’s servants.2. Where is the speaker?2. Where is the speaker?2. Where is the speaker?2. Where is the speaker?He is standing on the drawbridge (between the mansion and castle).3. Do the people obey3. Do the people obey3. Do the people obey3. Do the people obey =8 him? What happens?him? What happens?him? What happens?him? What happens?No, they don’t obey him. They let Madame de Mauban try to shoot him.“Why didn’t you follow my plan? We could have worked well together.”“Why didn’t you follow my plan? We could have worked well together.”“Why didn’t you follow my plan? We could have worked well together.”“Why didn’t you follow my plan? We could have worked well together.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?Rupert Hentzau says this to Rassendyll.2. Where are they and what2. Where are they and what2. Where are they and what2. Where are they and what has just happened?has just happened?has just happened?has just happened?They are in the forest near the castle. Rupert has killed the Duke;Rassendyll has killedthe others of the Six Men and rescued the King.3. What was the plan that wasn’t followed?3. What was the plan that wasn’t followed?3. What was the plan that wasn’t followed?3. What was the plan that wasn’t followed?The King, the Duke, Sapt, and Fritz would all die. Rassendyll wouldremain the King and Hentzau would be rewarded.“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and telleveryone about the brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me thateveryone about the brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me thateveryone about the brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me thateveryone about the brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me thatthis isn’t possible.”this isn’t possible.”this isn’t possible.”this isn’t possible.”1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?1. Who says this to whom?The (real) King says this to Rassendyll.2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?2. Where are they?They are in a bedroom in the mansion.3. What do these words tell you about the speaker’s character and the3. What do these words tell you about the speaker’s character and the3. What do these words tell you about the speaker’s character and the3. What do these words tell you about the speaker’s character and thespeaker’s relationship with Sapt?speaker’s relationship with Sapt?speaker’s relationship with Sapt?speaker’s relationship with Sapt?He does not have good judgment; . He depends5,18 a lot on Sapt.“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell everyone“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell everyone“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell everyone“I hoped that tomorrow, you’d come with me to Strelsau and tell everyoneabout theabout theabout theabout thebrave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me that this isn’t possible.brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me that this isn’t possible.brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me that this isn’t possible.brave things that you’ve done, but Sapt tells me that this isn’t possible.
  25. 25. 25WorkbookWorkbookWorkbookWorkbookPractice Test 1Practice Test 1Practice Test 1Practice Test 1A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:1111---- What is the setting (time and pWhat is the setting (time and pWhat is the setting (time and pWhat is the setting (time and place) of The Prisoner of Zenda?lace) of The Prisoner of Zenda?lace) of The Prisoner of Zenda?lace) of The Prisoner of Zenda?-The story took place in strelsaustrelsaustrelsaustrelsau (the capital of Ruritania) and ZendaZendaZendaZenda.-The events took place during the coronationduring the coronationduring the coronationduring the coronation of the King Rudolf the fifth.2222---- How old is Rudolf when the events of the story start?How old is Rudolf when the events of the story start?How old is Rudolf when the events of the story start?How old is Rudolf when the events of the story start?Rudolf is 29 years old.3333---- According to Rose, how is Rudolf Rassendyll different from his brotherAccording to Rose, how is Rudolf Rassendyll different from his brotherAccording to Rose, how is Rudolf Rassendyll different from his brotherAccording to Rose, how is Rudolf Rassendyll different from his brotherRobert?Robert?Robert?Robert?Rudolf is different because he does not take his duties to societyseriously. He doesn’t work.4444---- MentionMentionMentionMention !‫اذآ‬three skillsthree skillsthree skillsthree skills‫رات‬ O that Rudolf Rassendyll has.that Rudolf Rassendyll has.that Rudolf Rassendyll has.that Rudolf Rassendyll has.He can speak several languages (German, French, Spanish, Italian), he canride a horse and he can fight with a sword.B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:"Why should I do anything? I have nearly enough money to do anything I"Why should I do anything? I have nearly enough money to do anything I"Why should I do anything? I have nearly enough money to do anything I"Why should I do anything? I have nearly enough money to do anything Iwant to (no one ewant to (no one ewant to (no one ewant to (no one ever has quite enough money to do that, of course), and Iver has quite enough money to do that, of course), and Iver has quite enough money to do that, of course), and Iver has quite enough money to do that, of course), and Ienjoy an important position in society."enjoy an important position in society."enjoy an important position in society."enjoy an important position in society."1111---- Who said this?Who said this?Who said this?Who said this?Rudolf Rassendyll said this.2222---- To whom was it saidTo whom was it saidTo whom was it saidTo whom was it said?Countess Rose.3333---- Do you agree that people who have a lot of money should do nothinDo you agree that people who have a lot of money should do nothinDo you agree that people who have a lot of money should do nothinDo you agree that people who have a lot of money should do nothingggg?ExplainExplainExplainExplain No, I dont agree. Because work is necessary in our life.C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:1- Rudolf Rassendyll told Rose he was going to go walking in the WestIndies.Rudolf Rassendyll told Rose he was going to go walking in the AlpsAlpsAlpsAlps....2- The King invited Rassendyll to stay with his family in Strelsau.
  26. 26. 26JohannJohannJohannJohann invited Rassendyll to stay with his family in Strelsau.Practice Test 2Practice Test 2Practice Test 2Practice Test 2A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:1111---- Why wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the KinWhy wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the KinWhy wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the KinWhy wasnt Rassendyll as sick as the King was?g was?g was?g was?He only ate one cake so he ate less poison.2222---- Why did Fritz and Sapt lock upWhy did Fritz and Sapt lock upWhy did Fritz and Sapt lock upWhy did Fritz and Sapt lock up @5AJohanns mother with the King?Johanns mother with the King?Johanns mother with the King?Johanns mother with the King?Because she overheard them and knew about their plan.3333---- Why was Rassendyll afraid when he saw Antoinette de Mauban onWhy was Rassendyll afraid when he saw Antoinette de Mauban onWhy was Rassendyll afraid when he saw Antoinette de Mauban onWhy was Rassendyll afraid when he saw Antoinette de Mauban onthe balcony?the balcony?the balcony?the balcony?He was afraid that she would recognise ‫ف‬ 81 him and say that hewasn’t the real King.4444---- According to Flavia, how has Rassendyll (the King) changed in hisAccording to Flavia, how has Rassendyll (the King) changed in hisAccording to Flavia, how has Rassendyll (the King) changed in hisAccording to Flavia, how has Rassendyll (the King) changed in hisappearance?appearance?appearance?appearance?She says that his face is thinner and he acts more serious.B) Read the following quotatioB) Read the following quotatioB) Read the following quotatioB) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:n, then answer the questions:n, then answer the questions:n, then answer the questions:"I heard that you rode through the old town alone. That surprised me. The"I heard that you rode through the old town alone. That surprised me. The"I heard that you rode through the old town alone. That surprised me. The"I heard that you rode through the old town alone. That surprised me. Thepeople there must really have appreciated what you did."people there must really have appreciated what you did."people there must really have appreciated what you did."people there must really have appreciated what you did."1- Who said thisWho said thisWho said thisWho said this?Princess Flavia said this.2---- To whom was it saidTo whom was it saidTo whom was it saidTo whom was it said?It was said to the Rassendyll.3333---- Why did the people appreciateWhy did the people appreciateWhy did the people appreciateWhy did the people appreciate‫ر‬ > this action?this action?this action?this action?It showed the people that the King cared ;1‫اه‬about them and trustedthem.C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:1- The rich people who had always lived well would support the Duke.The rich people who had always lived well would support the KingKingKingKing....2- Sapt and Fritz believed that Rassendyll had poisoned the King.Sapt and Fritz believed that DukeDukeDukeDuke MichaelMichaelMichaelMichael had poisoned the King.Practice Test 3Practice Test 3Practice Test 3Practice Test 3A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:
  27. 27. 271111---- Why couldnt the Duke say anyWhy couldnt the Duke say anyWhy couldnt the Duke say anyWhy couldnt the Duke say anything about Rassendyll even though hething about Rassendyll even though hething about Rassendyll even though hething about Rassendyll even though heknew Rassendyll was not the King?knew Rassendyll was not the King?knew Rassendyll was not the King?knew Rassendyll was not the King?He couldn’t say anything because he would have to admit (-‫ف‬ 18 thathe had kidnapped the real King.2222---- How did Sapt explain Rassendylls injured finger to Freyler?How did Sapt explain Rassendylls injured finger to Freyler?How did Sapt explain Rassendylls injured finger to Freyler?How did Sapt explain Rassendylls injured finger to Freyler?Sapt told Freyler that Rassendyll had caught his finger in a door 8 ‫ا‬‫ب‬ D e) ‫.ا‬3333---- Why was Rassendyll keen onWhy was Rassendyll keen onWhy was Rassendyll keen onWhy was Rassendyll keen on k getting the people ofgetting the people ofgetting the people ofgetting the people ofRuRuRuRuritania to like him more than they liked the Dukeritania to like him more than they liked the Dukeritania to like him more than they liked the Dukeritania to like him more than they liked the Duke?To win their support ; ‫د‬in his fight against Michael4444---- Why couldnt the Duke ever become King unless he married Flavia?Why couldnt the Duke ever become King unless he married Flavia?Why couldnt the Duke ever become King unless he married Flavia?Why couldnt the Duke ever become King unless he married Flavia?The Duke’s mother wasn’t royal, so legally ) -he couldn’t become Kingunless he married Princess Flavia.B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:"You do know that Michael will be very angry. Is that a good idea?""You do know that Michael will be very angry. Is that a good idea?""You do know that Michael will be very angry. Is that a good idea?""You do know that Michael will be very angry. Is that a good idea?"1---- Who said thisWho said thisWho said thisWho said this?Princess Flavia said this.2222---- To whom was it said?To whom was it said?To whom was it said?To whom was it said?It was said to Rassendyll (the King).3333---- What was it that would make Michael very angry?What was it that would make Michael very angry?What was it that would make Michael very angry?What was it that would make Michael very angry?Rassendyll didn’t ask Michael to come into the room and he can’t enterwithout the King’s permission.C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:1- Freyler was Sapts farmer.Freyler was Sapt’s servantservantservantservant.2- Rassendyll was worried when the French prince asked him a questionwhich he could not answer.Rassendyll was worried when the French ambassadorambassadorambassadorambassador asked him aquestion which he could not answer.Practice Test 4Practice Test 4Practice Test 4Practice Test 4
  28. 28. 28A) AnsweA) AnsweA) AnsweA) Answer the following questions:r the following questions:r the following questions:r the following questions:1111---- Rassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. WhatRassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. WhatRassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. WhatRassendyll has never liked responsibilities. Now he has many. Whatresponsibilities does he have?responsibilities does he have?responsibilities does he have?responsibilities does he have?!2222---- Why does Rassendyll become good at pretending he has forgotten rulesWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending he has forgotten rulesWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending he has forgotten rulesWhy does Rassendyll become good at pretending he has forgotten rulesor people he has met?or people he has met?or people he has met?or people he has met?He has to do this so that people will still think he is the real King.3 Rassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought he3 Rassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought he3 Rassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought he3 Rassendyll tells the Princess that when he was younger, he thought hedidnt needidnt needidnt needidnt need to worry about society. Why does he say thisd to worry about society. Why does he say thisd to worry about society. Why does he say thisd to worry about society. Why does he say this?He is forgetting to pretend to be the King. He is thinking of his ownyouth.4444---- How does the Princess react to Rassendylls recalling that he thoughtHow does the Princess react to Rassendylls recalling that he thoughtHow does the Princess react to Rassendylls recalling that he thoughtHow does the Princess react to Rassendylls recalling that he thoughthe had no need to worry about society?he had no need to worry about society?he had no need to worry about society?he had no need to worry about society?She is surprised because he always knew he would be King, so he shouldexpect to have responsibilities.C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:1- No one goes into the castle without Michaels or Sapts permission.No one goes into the castle without Michael’s or Rupert’sRupert’sRupert’sRupert’s permission.2- The letter from Antoinette tells the King to come to the summer housewith a friend.The letter from Antoinette tells the King to come to the summer housealonealonealonealone.Practice Test 5Practice Test 5Practice Test 5Practice Test 5A) Answer the following questiA) Answer the following questiA) Answer the following questiA) Answer the following questions:ons:ons:ons:1111---- What is the reason Rassendyll claimsWhat is the reason Rassendyll claimsWhat is the reason Rassendyll claimsWhat is the reason Rassendyll claims-M is the cause of hisis the cause of hisis the cause of hisis the cause of hishandwriting being different from the Kingshandwriting being different from the Kingshandwriting being different from the Kingshandwriting being different from the Kings?He claims that his hand still hurts from his injury so he can’t write aswell as before.2222----"The thing I hunt is a very big animal," Rassendyll explains. What is"The thing I hunt is a very big animal," Rassendyll explains. What is"The thing I hunt is a very big animal," Rassendyll explains. What is"The thing I hunt is a very big animal," Rassendyll explains. What isRassendyll really huntinRassendyll really huntinRassendyll really huntinRassendyll really hunting?g?g?g?He is really hunting Duke Michael.
  29. 29. 293333---- To whom did the large, modern country house called TarlenheimTo whom did the large, modern country house called TarlenheimTo whom did the large, modern country house called TarlenheimTo whom did the large, modern country house called Tarlenheimbelong?belong?belong?belong?It belonged to a relative e of Fritz.4444---- Rassendyll, Sapt and Fritz took ten brave and strong gentlemen thatRassendyll, Sapt and Fritz took ten brave and strong gentlemen thatRassendyll, Sapt and Fritz took ten brave and strong gentlemen thatRassendyll, Sapt and Fritz took ten brave and strong gentlemen thatthey trusted to hunt down Michael.they trusted to hunt down Michael.they trusted to hunt down Michael.they trusted to hunt down Michael. What reason did they give to theWhat reason did they give to theWhat reason did they give to theWhat reason did they give to thegentlemen?gentlemen?gentlemen?gentlemen?They told the gentlemen that Duke Michael was holding a friend of theKing as a prisoner0)L .B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:B) Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:"As you know, his mother was not royal and he can only le"As you know, his mother was not royal and he can only le"As you know, his mother was not royal and he can only le"As you know, his mother was not royal and he can only legally becomegally becomegally becomegally becomeKing if he marries the Princess."King if he marries the Princess."King if he marries the Princess."King if he marries the Princess."1111---- Who said this?Who said this?Who said this?Who said this?Rassendyll (pretending to be the King) said this.2222---- To whom was it said?To whom was it said?To whom was it said?To whom was it said?It was said to Marshal Strakencz.3333---- Who cannot become King unless he marries the Princess?Who cannot become King unless he marries the Princess?Who cannot become King unless he marries the Princess?Who cannot become King unless he marries the Princess?Duke Michael.C) FindC) FindC) FindC) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:1- The owners wife at the inn thought that Rassendyll was the King.The owner’s daughterdaughterdaughterdaughter at the inn thought that Rassendyll was the King.2- Of the Six Men, four of them were Ruritanians.Of the Six Men, threethreethreethree of them were Ruritanians.Practice Test 6Practice Test 6Practice Test 6Practice Test 6A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:A) Answer the following questions:1111---- What did Johann tell Rassendyll about the real Kings conditionWhat did Johann tell Rassendyll about the real Kings conditionWhat did Johann tell Rassendyll about the real Kings conditionWhat did Johann tell Rassendyll about the real Kings condition A????He told him the King was ill and weak.2222---- Why does Rassendyll say he was forcedWhy does Rassendyll say he was forcedWhy does Rassendyll say he was forcedWhy does Rassendyll say he was forced!5P totototo stab Max Holf tostab Max Holf tostab Max Holf tostab Max Holf todeath?death?death?death?It was war. He had to do it to rescue the King.

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