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Contents
No Title Page
1 Chapter 5 3 – 10
Vocabulary 3
Question & Answers 3 – 5
Quotation & Answers 5 – 7
Mistake Correction 7 – 8
Questions of the set book 8 - 9
ChapterFive
Test yourself 9 - 10
2 Chapter 6 11 – 17
Vocabulary 11
Question & Answers 11 – 13
Quotation & Answers 13 – 14
Mistake Correction 14 – 15
Questions of the set book 15
ChapterSix
Test yourself 16 - 17
3 Chapter 7
18 – 24
Vocabulary 18
Question & Answers 18 – 19
Quotation & Answers 19 – 20
Mistake Correction 20 - 21
Questions of the set book 21 – 22
ChapterSeven
Test yourself 22 - 24
4 Chapter 8
25 – 32
Vocabulary 25
Question & Answers 25 – 26
Quotation & Answers 26 – 28
Mistake Correction 28
Questions of the set book 28 - 29
ChapterEight
Test yourself 30 - 32
5 Practice Tests 32 – 33
Practice Test 4 32 - 33
Practice Test 5 33
Practice Test 6 33
PracticeTests
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Chapter 5
advertise ‫يعلن‬ human ‫انسان‬ reply ‫رد‬
allow ‫يسمح‬ immediately ‫الحال‬ ‫في‬ request ‫طلب‬
amazed ‫مذھول‬ improve ‫يحسن‬ rude ‫وقح‬
angrily ‫بغضب‬ inn ‫حانه‬-‫فندق‬ run away ‫يھرب‬
attack ‫يھاجم‬ intelligent ‫ذكي‬ sell ‫يبيع‬
believe ‫يعتقد‬ join ‫يربط‬ send out of ‫يطرد‬
belong to ‫يخص‬ jump up ‫يقفز‬ servant ‫خادم‬
blanket ‫بطانية‬ kitchen ‫مطبخ‬ sewing ‫الخياطة‬
bow ‫ينحني‬ knife ‫سكينة‬ shelf ‫رف‬
branch ‫فرع‬ look at ‫الى‬ ‫ينظر‬ signs ‫اشارات‬
breathe ‫يتنفس‬ look happy ‫سعيدا‬ ‫يبدو‬ skeleton ‫عظمي‬ ‫ھيكل‬
call out to ‫على‬ ‫ينادي‬ lose weight ‫الوزن‬ ‫يفقد‬ skin ‫ج‬‫لد‬
capital city ‫العاصمة‬ loudly ‫عالى‬ ‫بصوت‬ sleeves ‫أكمام‬
closely ‫قرب‬ ‫عن‬ luck ‫الحظ‬ small holes ‫صغيرة‬ ‫فتحات‬
cruel ‫عنيف‬ lucky ‫محظوظ‬ smile ‫ي‬‫بتسم‬
cry ‫يصرخ‬ make clothes ‫مالبس‬ ‫يصنع‬ soft ‫ناعم‬
cupboard ‫دوالب‬ market ‫سوق‬ step ‫يخطو‬
defend ‫يدافع‬ mathematics ‫رياضيات‬ stool ‫مقعد‬
die ‫يموت‬ moon ‫القمر‬ storm ‫عاصفة‬
doll ‫دمية‬‫متحركة‬ named ‫يسمي‬ strangers ‫غرباء‬
dream ‫حلم‬ necessary ‫ضروري‬ suffer ‫يعاني‬
dress ‫يلبس‬ُ neck ‫رقبة‬ surprise ‫يندھش‬
drop ‫يسقط‬ُ neighbours ‫الجيران‬ swords ‫سيوف‬
earn money ‫مال‬ ‫يكسب‬ nut ‫بندق‬ teach ‫يعلم‬
education ‫تعليم‬ objects ‫اشياء‬ teeth ‫أسنان‬
enemy ‫عدو‬ of all ages ‫االعمار‬ ‫كل‬ ‫من‬ the public ‫العامة‬
enormous ‫ضخم‬ offer ‫يعرض‬ The size of ‫حجم‬ ‫في‬
exhausted ‫منھك‬ pack ‫يعب‬‫يء‬ thick ‫سميك‬
fill with ‫يمال‬ْ‫بـ‬ palace ‫قصر‬ tiny bed ‫صغير‬ ‫سرير‬
floor ‫ارضية‬ pass ‫يمر‬ toy ‫لع‬‫بة‬
fresh air ‫نقي‬ ‫ھواء‬ perform ‫يؤدي‬ trick ‫خدع‬
geography ‫جغرافيا‬ pick up ‫يلتقط‬ trousers ‫بنطلون‬
get down to ‫ينزل‬ pieces ‫قطع‬ true ‫حقيقي‬
giant ‫عم‬‫ال‬‫ق‬ plan ‫ي‬‫خطط‬ unfortunately ‫الحظ‬ ‫لسوء‬
give money ‫المال‬ ‫يعطي‬ plenty of ‫من‬ ‫كثير‬ village ‫قري‬‫ة‬
glasses ‫نظارة‬ point to ‫الى‬ ‫يشير‬ wake up ‫يستيقظ‬
gold ‫الذھب‬ private ‫خاص‬ welcome ‫يرحب‬
handkerchief ‫منديل‬ puppet ‫دمية‬ wider than ‫من‬ ‫أعرض‬
hire ‫يستأجر‬ queen ‫ملكة‬ wife ‫زوجة‬
hold up ‫يمسك‬–‫يرفع‬ rat ‫فأر‬ wives ‫زوجات‬
horrible ‫سيء‬–‫فظيع‬ realize ‫يدرك‬ wooden box ‫خشبي‬ ‫صندوق‬
Questions & Answers
1. How high from the ground did the baby giant drop Gulliver? - About ten metres.
2. Why wasn’t Gulliver hurt when the baby giant dropped him to the floor?
- Because he landed on a soft blanket.
3. Gulliver was lucky when the baby dropped him. Explain - He landed on a soft blanket.
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4. To what extent was the farmer's face strange to Gulliver when the farmer looked at him
closely?
- He saw big lines in his skin and his hairs looked like branches of a tree.
5. Where did the farmer's wife take Gulliver? - To bed.
6. How was the farmer's wife kind to Gulliver?
- The farmer's wife carried him to bed putting a handkerchief over his legs.
7. How big was the bed at the farmer’s house? - It was about eight meters high.
8. Why didn't Gulliver know how to get down to the floor from the bed?
- Because it was about eight meters high.
9. How was the bed another problem facing Gulliver? - It was perhaps eight metres high.
10. Why didn't Gulliver call out for the farmer's wife to take him down the bed?
- Because his voice would be too quiet.
11. Why wouldn't anyone hear Gulliver's voice? - Because the door was thick.
12. What did Gulliver see on the floor of the farmer’s bedroom?
- He saw two rats of the size of two large dogs.
13. What did the rats do? - They jumped on the bed and began to attack Gulliver.
14. What did the teeth of the rat look like? - They were the size of swords.
15. How did Gulliver manage to defend himself against the two rats?
- Gulliver used his knife to defend himself and succeeded in hurting one of the rats which ran away.
16. Why was the farmer's wife surprised when she entered the room?
- Because she saw Gulliver sitting on the bed holding his knife.
17. Who was Glumdalclitch? - She was the farmer's daughter. She was nine years old.
18. What did the wife and her daughter make for Gulliver? - A tiny bed.
19. Where did they put the bed for Gulliver in the farmer’s bedroom?
- On a low shelf inside a cupboard.
20. How did the wife and her daughter make Gulliver safe from rats?
- They prepared a tiny bed for Gulliver and put it on a low shelf inside a cupboard.
21. What was Glumdalclitch's hobby? - She loved sewing.
22. How many clothes did Glumdalclitch make Gulliver? - Seven shirts and four pairs of trousers.
23. What did the girl teach Gulliver? How?
- She taught him their language by pointing to things and saying their names.
24. What did the girl call Gulliver? - She called him “Grildrig” .
25. How far was Glumdalclitch useful to Gulliver?
- Glumdalclitch made clothes for Gulliver. She taught him their language.
26. What did the farmer's neighbours hear of?
- They heard that the farmer found a tiny human that could speak, walk and do what he was asked to do.
27. What did Gulliver say to the old neighbour? - He said he was pleased to meet him and.
28. How did Gulliver describe the man's eyes? - He said that they looked like two giant moons.
29. Why was the farmer's friend angry? - Because he thought that Gulliver was laughing at him.
30. What did the farmer's friend suggest concerning Gulliver?
- He suggested that the farmer could make Gulliver work to earn money for him.
31. What could Gulliver do according to the farmer's friend 's ideas?
-The farmer could take him to the market for people to see him.
32. What was Glumdalclitch's impression about taking Gulliver to the market? - She was worried.
33. Why was Glumdalclitch worried about taking Gulliver to the market?
- She was afraid that people might play with Gulliver and break his arms or drop him
34. How did the farmer comfort his daughter about taking Gulliver to the market?
- He told her he would be fine and asked her to think of the money they might get.
35. Where did the farmer put Gulliver on the way to the market? - In a small wooden box.
36. How long did it take to go to the market? - Half an hour.
37. Why did the box have three holes? -To help Gulliver breathe and to look out.
38. How did Gulliver feel when he was in the box? Why?
-He felt as if he were on a ship in a storm because the horse was fast.
39. What was the advertisement say?
-It said that there was a tiny human who could say things and perform for the public.
40. Where could people see Gulliver's show? - In an inn next to the market.
41. How many people could see Gulliver at a time? - About thirty people.
42. What was Gulliver's role in the show?
- He welcomed people, walked up and down and answered questions.
43. Give examples of the questions that Glumdalclitch ask Gulliver.
- What his name was. - How high could he jump. - She asked him if he could name things in the room.
44. What did the school boy throw on Gulliver? - He threw a nut. the size of a large rock.
45. What happened to the boy who threw the nut? - He was sent out of the room.
46. How many groups was Gulliver shown to every day? - Twelve different groups.
47. Why didn't Gulliver and the farmer return to the market the next day?
- Because Gulliver was too tired that he rested for three days.
48. Why couldn't Gulliver completely rest at the farmer's house?
- Because the neighbours paid to see Gulliver.
49. Why was the farmer very happy? - Because he got a lot of money.
50. What was the destination of the long journey? - It was to the capital city.
51. When did they start the journey to the capital? - On 17th August 1703.
52. How did the girl help to make Gulliver rest?
- She told her father that she was tired and sometimes took him out to get some air.
53. How many rivers did Gulliver see on his journey? - five or six rivers.
54. When did they finally reach the capital city? - After ten weeks.
55. What was the capital called? - Lorbrulgrud.
56. What happened to Gulliver because of hard work?
- He lost a lot of weight and was tired and felt ill.
57. What did the farmer notice? - He saw that Gulliver looked like a skeleton.
58. What did the servant from the palace tell the farmer?
- He asked him to go to the place to show Gulliver to the queen?
59. What did Gulliver do when he saw the queen? - He bowed to her.
60. What was the queen's offer to Gulliver? - She offered him to live in the palace.
61. What was Gulliver's request from the queen?
- He asked her to let him keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher.
62. What did the king think when he saw Gulliver? - He thought he was a toy.
63. What did The King tell the Queen?
- The King told her that a clever farmer had tricked her into giving him money.
64. How did Gulliver see The King? - The king had a very good education and knew everything
about mathematics and the history and geography of his land.
Quotations
1. “I was in a room full of giants and a baby giant."
1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver.
2 – What did the baby do with Gulliver? - The baby dropped him from ten meters to the ground.
3 – How was Gulliver lucky? - He landed on a soft blanket.
2. “How are you Sir? I am very pleased to meet you?"
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - Gulliver to the farmer's friend.
2 – What did the man ask Gulliver to do?
- He asked him to walk up and down and to name things.
3 – What did the man do? - He put on his glasses to see Gulliver better.
3. “Why is this little man laughing at me.? Does he think he is being clever? He should not be so rude?
1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer's friend.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the farmer.
3 – In the man's opinion how was Gulliver rude?
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- He was rude when he saw the man's eyes and laughed.
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4. " Well if he is so clever, you should make him work ''
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's friend to the farmer.
2 – About whom was he talking? - He was talking about Gulliver.
3 – Why should Gulliver work? - To earn money for the farmer.
5. “How can I do that?"
1 – Who asked that question? - The farmer asked his friend.
2 – What did he mean? - He asked him how to make Gulliver work and earn money.
3 – What did the man suggest? - He suggested taking Gulliver to the market.
6. “Why don't you take him to the market?"
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's friend to the farmer.
2 – To whom was he referring? - He was referring to Gulliver.
3 – What would Gulliver do there? - He would walk and talk to make people pay money.
7. “That is a really good idea; I will take him there and do what you suggest."
1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer.
2 – About whom was he speaking? - He was speaking about Gulliver.
3 – Who suggested the idea? - The farmer's friend.
8. “Father, what if the people at the market are cruel to Grildrig."
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's daughter Glumdalclitch to her father.
2 – Who was Grildrig? - He was Gulliver.
3 – How would people be cruel according to her?
- They might pick him up and play with him. They might break his arms or drop him.
9. “He will be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him!!"
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer to his daughter.
2 – Who will be fine? - Gulliver.
3 – How would they get money? - By taking Gulliver to the market.
10. “Let me come with you, I can be Grildrig's guard."
1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer's daughter
2 – To whom was she speaking? - To her father.
3 – Why would she be a guard to Gulliver? - To check that people wouldn't hurt him.
11. “What is your name? How high can you jump? Can you name the things in this room?
1 – Who asked this question? - Glumdalclitch .
2 – Who answered the questions? - Gulliver.
3 – What did the people around them do? - The people watched and laughed.
12. “Thank you. Finally, say goodbye to the good people who come to see you.""
1 – Who was the speaker? - Glumdalclitch to Gulliver.
2 – When did she say this? - At the end of the show.
3 – What did Gulliver say to the people? - He said goodbye and thanked them all.
13. “Goodbye everyone and thank you very much your visit."
1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the people who attended the show.
3 – When did he say these words? - At the end of the show when the girl asked him.
14. I am very pleased to meet you."
1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the queen of the country.
3 – What was the queen's reaction?
- She smiled and asked him some questions about him and his land.
15. “You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size."
1 – Who was the speaker? - The queen.
2 – To whom was she speaking? - She was speaking to Gulliver.
3 – What did she offer him? - She offered him to live in the palace with the king and her family.
16. “That is a very kind offer however I belong to the farmer, I would be happy to live with
you, but only if the farmer agrees.”
1 – Who said these words? - Gulliver to the queen.
2 – What was that offer? - To live with her and her family in the palace.
3 – What was the farmer's opinion?
- He agreed because he thought Gulliver was ill and would die and sold him for a thousand pieces of gold.
17. “Go and get the money he needs."
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The queen to the servants.
2 – Who took the coins? - The farmer took them.
3 – Why did she give him the money? - As a price for selling Gulliver.
18. “I am very happy now that you are my owner; can I ask one small request?"
1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver to the queen.
2 – Who was the previous owner? - The previous owner was the farmer.
3 – What was the request?
- Gulliver asked the queen to let him keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher as she was very kind to him.
19. " It's time I said goodbye to you,"
1 – Who said these words? - The farmer.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to Gulliver.
3 – What did he say to Gulliver?
- He said that he was a lucky man who would be looked after in the palace.
20. “Why didn't you say goodbye to him?"
1 – Who said this and to whom? - The queen to Gulliver.
2 – About whom was she talking? - About the farmer.
3 – Why didn't Gulliver say goodbye to him? - Because he made him work hard for money only and
he suffered a lot and he only sold him because he thought he would die.
21. “He only sold me because he thinks I will soon die. But I am sure you will help me to get
better and my life will be improved."
1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - To the queen.
3 – Did the queen understand him?
- Yes, she understood although Gulliver couldn't speak her language very well.
22. “What is this? Why have you brought me a toy? "
1 – Who was the speaker? - The king to the queen.
2 – About whom was he speaking? - He was speaking about Gulliver.
3 – What was the king’s reaction? -He said that the farmer had tricked the queen.
23. “I believe that clever farmer has tricked you."
1 – Who was the speaker? - The king.
2 – To whom? - To the queen.
3 – How did the farmer trick her? - By taking all that money for selling Gulliver.
Mistake Correction
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences:
1- The Baby giant dropped Gulliver two meters from the ground.
2-Gulliver was lucky to land on a soft handkerchief.
3-Gulliver was habbly as he dreamt of his family.
4-The box was 8m high, so Gulliver couldn't get down to the ground.
5-Gulliver's voice was too loud for anyone to hear.
6-Two giant dogs jumped onto Gulliver's bed.
7-Only by using a gun, Gulliver could frighten the giant rats.
8-The farmer's wife made Gulliver some shirts and trousers.
9-Gulliver's bed was put in a box to protect him from rats.
10-The old man could earn money by showing Gulliver to the people at the market.
11- When Gulliver'S work was finally finished, he felt happy.
12-The farmer could earn a lot of fame from Gulliver'S work.
13-he farmer wanted to show his daughter to more people.
14-Gulliver was carried in a small bag fined with soft blankets.
15-During the journey to the capital, the farmer was kind to Gulliver.
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16- It took the farmer and Gulhver 10 months to reach the capital.
17-The king thought Gulliver would die as he looked like a skeleton.
18-The king sent a servant to ask the farmer to take Gulliver to the palace.
19 -Gulliver said goodbye to the farmer.
20-The king thought the fanner had tricked the Queen by selling Glumdalclitch to her.
Questions of the Set Book
A. Answer the following questions:
1. Why didn’t Gulliver get hurt when the baby dropped him? - He landed on a soft blanket.
2. What happened to Gulliver when he was in the bedroom?
- Two rats the size of large dogs attacked him.
3. What did the farmer’s daughter Glumdalclitch do for Gulliver?
- She helped prepare a small bed for him. She sewed clothes for him and taught him their language.
4. Who suggested that the farmer take Gulliver to the market and have people pay to see him?
Why did he say this? Why did Gulliver say “unfortunately” the farmer agreed to the idea?
- The farmer’s friend suggested this. He said it because he was angry that Gulliver laughed at him.
Gulliver said “unfortunately” because the work was very hard. He had to perform for strangers many
times in one day. Also the journey was uncomfortable.
5. For how long did Gulliver travel around the country with the farmer and his daughter?
- He travelled around the country for ten weeks.
6. Why did Gulliver become ill and tired?
- He had to perform many times a day for the people who came to see him. The farmer made him work
a lot and didn’t realize how tiring it was for him.
7. Why was the farmer so willing to sell Gulliver to the Queen?
- He saw that Gulliver was losing weight and felt ill and tired. He thought Gulliver would die soon.
8. How did Gulliver feel towards the farmer and towards his daughter?
- He didn’t like the farmer because he made Gulliver work very hard and only wanted to make money. But
he liked Glumdalclitch because she took care of him. He asked the Queen to let her stay as his teacher.
9. What did the King think when he saw Gulliver? Why did he not believe Gulliver’s story?
-He thought Gulliver was a toy. The King had a very good education (and knew everything about
mathematics and the history and geography of his land). He did not believe Gulliver’s story because it
did not agree with what the King already knew.
B.Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements.
1. Gulliver killed the rats that attacked him. (F) - He hurt one and they both ran away.
2. The farmer’s daughter taught Gulliver their language. (T)
3. The farmer took Gulliver to the market the day after he found him. (F)
- He took him after several weeks.
4. They travelled to the market in a ship. (F)
- They travelled by horse and Gulliver was in a box.
5. It was difficult for Gulliver to travel around the country. (T)
6. Gulliver was not sad to leave the farmer. (T)
7. The farmer asked the Queen if his daughter could stay as Gulliver’s teacher. (F)
- Gulliver asked the Queen.
8. Glumdalclitch was sad to leave her father. (F)
- She was excited to have a job at the palace.
9. When the King first saw Gulliver, he thought he was a toy. (T)
10. The farmer tricked the Queen into buying Gulliver. (F)
- He didn’t trick her but the King thought he had.
D. Read this quotation and answer the questions:
“Well if he’s so clever, you should make him work so that you can earn some money from him.”
1. Who said this to whom?
- The farmer’s friend said this to the farmer.
2. Who is he talking about and what is his suggestion for earning money?
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- He is talking about Gulliver. The farmer will make people pay to see him.
3. Do you think this was a good idea for the farmer and for Gulliver?
- It was a good idea for the farmer because he made some money. It was not a good idea for Gulliver
because it was uncomfortable and he had to perform a lot. After this the farmer got greedy.
Test Yourself
Answer the following questions:
1- How did Gulliver benefit from his knife?
2- What did Gulliver do when the farmer's wife saw him holding his knife?
3- Why did the farmer's wife and her daughter put Gulliver's bed in a cupboard?
4- How was Glumdalclitch so kind to Gulliver at home?
5- What did the farmer's neighbours hear about Gulliver?
6- How did the farmer's old friend punish Gulliver for his laugh at him?
7- Why did the farmer decide to take Gulliver to the market?
8- Why was Glumdalclitch worried about Gulliver?
9- Where was Gulliver put during the way to the market?
10- How was Gulliver able to breathe while being in a small box?
11- Glumdalclitch tried to make Gulliver's journey to the market comfortable but it wasn't. How was
that?
12- What did the farmer ask a friend to advertise when they reached an inn?
13- How was Glumdalclitch helpful to Gulliver on performing in the inn?
14- Why was the school boy in the inn sent out of the room?
15- Why was Gulliver exhausted and had to rest for three days?
16- Show that the farmer was greedy and heartless.cas ‫قل‬ ‫وبال‬ ‫طماع‬‫ب‬
17- How far was the capital city away from the farm?
18- Why did Glumdalclitch put more dolls in Gulliver's box on his way to the capital city?
19- What did Gulliver see on his journey to the capital city?
20- Why did the farmer agree to sell Gulliver to the Queen?
Quotations
1) "That's a chair, this is a table and that's a window"
a) Who said this, to whom? b) Who taught the speaker these words? c) Where were they?
2) "Why is this little man laughing at me? Does he think he's being clever? He shouldn't be so
rude"
a) Who was the speaker, to whom? b) About whom was the speaker talking?
c) Why was the speaker so angry?
3) "Well if he's so clever, you should make him work so that you can earn some money from
him"·
a) Who said these words, to whom'? b) What does "he" refer to?
c) What kind of work did the speaker suggest'?
4-"Let me come with you then. I can be Grildrig's guard, to check people won't hurt him"
a) Who said this, to whom'? b) Why was the speaker worried about Grildrig?
c) Why were the people expected to show interest in Grildrig?
5-"Thank you. Finally, say Goodbye to the good people who have come to see you"
a) Who was the speaker, to whom?
b) Why did the speaker really insist on going with the listener? c) Where were they?
6-"How are you sir?" 'I'm pleased to meet you."
a) Who said this to whom? b) Where was it said? c) What did the speaker do soon after that?
7- ''Well if he's so clever, you should make him work so that you can cam some money from
him."
a) Who said this to whom? b) What does "him" refer to? c) Why was the speaker angry?
8-"He'll be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him!"
a) Who said this to whom? b) What does "He" refer to?
c) Why did the speaker say this sentence?
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9-"Let me come with you, then I can be Grildrig's guard, to check that people don't hurt him."
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a) Who said this to whom? b) Who was "Grildrig"?
c) What does this sentence prove?
10-"My name is Gulliver, although my friends here call me Grildrig."
a) Where was Gulliver at that moment? b) What was he doing?
c) What does "Grildrig" mean in their language?
11"That's a very kind offer. However I belong to the farmer."
a) Who said this to whom? b) What was that offer? c) What did the farmer do?
12-"You're a lucky little man. You'll be well looked after here."
a) who said this to whom? b) Why was the addressed person lucky?
c) Did the addressed person say goodbye to the speaker?
13-"What's this? Why have you brought me a toy?"
a) Who said this to whom? b) What toy was the speaker talking about?
c) Why did the speaker say that?
14- "I'm very pleased to meet you"
a) Who said this to whom? b) Where were they? c) What was the occasion?
15- "You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size"
a) Who was the speaker, to whom? b) Where did it happen?
c) What was the speaker's decision?
16 "I would be happy to live with you, but only if the farmer agrees to it"
a) Who said these words? Who was the addressee? b) What was the occasion?
c) Why was the speaker happy about that?
17- "Can I ask you one small request?"
a) Who said this, to whom? b) What was the request?
c) What was the speaker's reply to the request?
18- "Well, it's time I said Goodbye to you"
a) Who said these words to whom? b) Where were they?
c) What was the listener's reaction?
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it :
1 – Gulliver was badly injured when he fell to the floor.
2 – Gulliver landed in a hard blanket.
3 – Gulliver didn't call out because everyone would hear him.
4 – Gulliver saw two dogs on the floor.
5 – Gulliver used his scissors to defend himself.
6 – The farmer's wife made Gulliver a big bed.
7 – The girl taught Gulliver how to cook.
8 – The girl made Gulliver seven T-shirts and four pairs of trousers.
9 – Grildrig means theatre.
10 – The farmer's wife advised him to take Gulliver to the market.
11 – The farmer put Gulliver in a golden box.
12 – In the box Gulliver could breathe through three poles.
13 – The rivers that Gulliver saw were all narrower than the Nile.
14 – The king offered Gulliver to live in the palace.
15 – Gulliver asked the queen to keep Glumdalclitch as a wife.
16 – The king thought that the farmer was kind.
17 – The farmer's wife put Gulliver on a bed and covered his leg by a blanket.
18 – The rats didn't attack Gulliver.
19 – The farmer sold Gulliver for no money.
20 – The queen didn't smile at Gulliver.
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Chapter 6
aged ‫الع‬ ‫من‬ ‫بالغ‬‫مر‬ friendship ‫صداقة‬ push ‫يدفع‬
allow ‫يسمح‬/‫يمكن‬ frighten ‫يخيف‬ rescue ‫ينقذ‬
apple trees ‫التفاح‬ ‫أشجار‬ full of ‫بـ‬ ‫مملوء‬ rewards ‫مكافأة‬
argument ‫جدال‬ further ‫أكثر‬/‫أبعد‬ ride ‫يركب‬
attack ‫يھاجم‬/‫ھجوم‬ gardener ‫بستاني‬ river ‫نھر‬
baby ‫رضيع‬ ‫طفل‬ gently ‫بلطف‬/‫ب‬‫رقة‬ roof ‫سقف‬
bee ‫نحلة‬ grab ‫يجذب‬/‫يشد‬ rough ‫خشن‬
bones ‫عظام‬ grass ‫عشب‬ run away ‫يھرب‬/‫يبتعد‬
bottom ‫قاع‬ hail ‫من‬ ‫بوابل‬ ‫يمطر‬ scholars ‫العلماء‬
bowl ‫اناء‬/‫سلطانية‬ harbour ‫مرسي‬/‫ميناء‬ servant ‫خادم‬
branch ‫فرع‬ hole ‫فتحة‬/‫ثقب‬/‫جحر‬ Shake–shook- shaken ‫يھز‬/‫يرج‬/‫يرفض‬
brave ‫شجاع‬ horrified ‫مرعوب‬ silver ‫فضة‬
breeze ‫نسيم‬ insect ‫حشرة‬ small lake ‫صغيرة‬ ‫بحيرة‬
Brobdingnag ‫الجزيرة‬ ‫اسم‬ jacket ‫جاكيت‬ smell ‫يشم‬
bruises ‫كدمات‬ keep ‫يحفظ‬/‫يحافظ‬/‫يربي‬ soft ‫ناعم‬/‫طري‬/‫لين‬
by chance ‫بالمصادفة‬ knock ‫يطرق‬/‫يھزم‬/‫يوقع‬ special ‫خاص‬
capital city ‫العاصمة‬ ladders ‫معدنية‬ ‫أو‬ ‫خشبية‬ ‫ساللم‬ squeeze ‫يعصر‬/‫يضغط‬/‫ضغط‬
carpenter ‫نجار‬ lady ‫سيدة‬ stand ‫يقف‬
climb up ‫يصعد‬ laugh at ‫من‬ ‫يسخر‬ stings ‫لدغات‬
closer look ‫قرب‬ ‫عن‬ ‫نظرة‬ lie north ‫شماال‬ ‫يقع‬ stone ‫حجر‬
confused ‫متحير‬/‫مرتبك‬ lift ‫ير‬‫فع‬/‫مصعد‬ strongly ‫بقوة‬
cream ‫كريم‬/‫قشدة‬ liquid ‫سائل‬ suddenly ‫فجأة‬
cruel ‫قاسي‬ lock ‫قفل‬/‫يقفل‬/‫يحبس‬ sweet things ‫حلوة‬ ‫أشياء‬
cupboard ‫دوالب‬ luckily ‫الحظ‬ ‫لحسن‬ sword ‫سيف‬
dinning room ‫المائدة‬ ‫حجرة‬ master ‫سيد‬ take out of ‫من‬ ‫يخرج‬
distance ‫مسافة‬ meals ‫وجبا‬‫ت‬ the rest ‫الباقي‬
do damage ‫يتلف‬ meanwhile ‫االثناء‬ ‫تلك‬ ‫في‬ the size of ‫حجم‬ ‫مثل‬
drop ‫يسقط‬/‫يوقع‬ middle ‫وسط‬ thick ‫سميك‬/‫كثيف‬
drown ‫يغرق‬ moment ‫لحظة‬ tiny ‫جدا‬ ‫صغير‬/‫ضئيل‬
enormous ‫ضخم‬ monkey ‫قرد‬ top ‫قمة‬
entertainment ‫ترفيه‬/‫تسلية‬ mountain ‫جبل‬ towards ‫ت‬‫جاة‬/‫ناحية‬
eventually ‫أخيرا‬ nail ‫ظفر‬/‫مسمار‬ travels ‫أسفار‬/‫رحالت‬
explore ‫يستكشف‬ on horse ‫حصان‬ ‫علي‬ trick ‫يخدع‬/‫خدعة‬
face ‫وجه‬/‫يواجه‬ on the back ‫ظھر‬ ‫علي‬ unable ‫قادر‬ ‫غير‬
fasten to ‫بـ‬ ‫يربط‬ parks ‫منتزھات‬ uncomfortable ‫مريح‬ ‫غير‬
feed ‫يطعم‬ pat ‫يربت‬)‫ي‬‫طبطب‬( volcano ‫بركان‬
feet ‫أقدام‬ pray ‫يصلي‬/‫يدعو‬ wave ‫بيدة‬ ‫يلوح‬
fight ‫شجار‬/‫قتال‬/‫يقاتل‬ promise ‫يعد‬/‫وعدا‬ ‫يعطي‬ wind ‫رياح‬/‫يتعرج‬/‫يشحن‬
fly away ‫بعيدا‬ ‫يطير‬ protect ‫يحمي‬ wisest ‫حكمة‬ ‫االكثر‬
freedom ‫حرية‬ punish ‫يعاقب‬ wood ‫خشب‬/‫غابة‬
friendly ‫ودود‬ punishment ‫عقاب‬ worst ‫األسوأ‬
Questions & Answers
1. What did the king decide when he saw Gulliver on his first day in the palace?
- He decided to ask for the advice of the best scholars in the land
2. What did the three scholars conclude after examining Gulliver?
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- They didn't understand how Gulliver could be so small and yet stay alive in their country. He was not
very strong or very fast, and his teeth were too small to eat anything unless he ate insects.
3. How did Gulliver defend himself against what the scholars said?
- Gulliver said that there were many people like him in his country and they lived easily .
4. What was the scholars' comment on Gulliver's talk?
- They laughed and said that Gulliver had been taught to say that by the farmer.
5.Why did the king ask to see the farmer? - To make sure he didn’t teach Gulliver what to say.
6. Why did the king agree that Glumdalclitch stay as a teacher for Gulliver?
- Because she liked Gulliver greatly.
7.How could Gulliver have a lovely house? - The palace carpenter made Gulliver a home.
8.What was Gulliver's home like? - The roof could be lifted so a bed could be put inside .It had two
little chairs, two tables and some cupboards to put things in .The walls were soft
9.Why did the carpenter make the walls soft? - So that Gulliver wouldn't hurt himself.
10. How was the key useful?
- Gulliver used it to lock the door to stop any rats or insects from entering.
11. What were Gulliver's clothes made of? - They were made of the best cotton.
12. How was the Queen very kind to Gulliver? - She asked him to sit with her when she ate.
13. What was Gulliver's comment when he saw the meal of the Queen's daughters?
- A meal for one of the two daughters was big enough to feed 20 farmers in his land.
14. What did the king ask Gulliver when he joined them on Wednesday? - About his country's
education and government .What they did for entertainment. How they worked and where they lived.
15. What couldn't the king believe about Gulliver's country? - He couldn't believe that people
who were so small to have houses, cities, clothes, jobs, rewards, prizes, arguments and fights.
16. Why did Gulliver say that he couldn't do anything about the king?
- Gulliver understood that he was too small to do anything.
17. What was Gulliver's opinion about the king's country?
- The king's country was very like Gulliver's country .It was just much bigger.
18. What was the attitude of the people in the palace towards Gulliver?
- Most people in the palace were kind to Gulliver except for one servant.
19. What evil act did that servant do to Gulliver? - He dropped Gulliver into a bowl of cream. He
put Gulliver’s legs into a bone. He shook a tree and apples fell on Gulliver.
20. How was Gulliver lucky to escape the cream accident?
-Gulliver was a good swimmer and Glumdalclitch rescued.
21. How did the Queen punish the servant for dropping Gulliver into a bowl of cream?
- She asked the servant to wash all the cream from Gulliver's clothes.
22. What was the second cruel trick the servant played on Gulliver?
- He pushed Gulliver’s legs into the hole of a bone.
23. Why did the Queen see that Gulliver wasn't very brave?
- Because Gulliver was afraid of the bees.
24. What did Gulliver do when three bees flew in through his window?
- Gulliver pulled out his sword and attacked them; cutting off the sting of one of them.
25. Why couldn’t people pass the mountains in the north?
- Because the mountains were forty kilometres high and most of them were volcanoes.
26. Why didn't anyone travel to other countries?
- The seas were all too rough for boats to go out into them.
27. Why didn't they need to get fish from seas? - Because their rivers were full of fish.
28. How many cities were there in the king's country?
- There were fifty one cities in the country and a great many towns and villages.
29. What do you know about the capital?
- The capital city, Lorbrulgrud, lied on a river and had 80,000 houses.
30. Where did Glumdalclitch take Gulliver?
- She took Gulliver out for rides on her horse through the city and into the city parks
31. How did Glumdalclitch carry Gulliver?
- She carried Gulliver in a special box that the Queen's carpenter had made for him.
32. What was the box like?
- Inside the box there were a table and two chairs, fastened to the floor so they didn't move.
33. What did the people in the city ask Glumdalclitch? - They asked her to see Gulliver.
34. How did Gulliver escape from the bird's danger? - He frightened it away with his sword.
35. The huge hole was a problem to Gulliver. Discuss. - Gulliver found it very difficult to get out of it.
36. Why did the hail affect Gulliver badly?
- Because each hail was the size of a tennis ball and it hurt greatly when they hit him.
37. What was Gulliver's worst accident? - A dog took him in its mouth and ran to its master.
38. How was Gulliver lucky to escape the dog's danger?
- When the dog dropped him by the feet of its master, he picked Gulliver up quickly
39. What was Glumdalclitch reaction on hearing about that accident?
- She was horrified but she didn't tell the Queen, thinking that she would be angry.
40. What did Glumdalclitch decide after Gulliver's accidents?
- She promised that she would never leave him alone again .
41. Why wasn’t Gulliver pleased to hear that promise?
- Because he needed his own space and freedom.
42. Why did the Queen ask the palace carpenter to make Gulliver a boat?
- To show them how he was agood sailor.
43. Where did Gulliver sail the boat? - He sailed it in a small lake in the garden.
44. How did the Queen help Gulliver escape the danger of the frog?
- She grabbed Gulliver to stop him from falling into water.
45. Why did the Queen put the boat on a nail on the wall? - To dry in the sun
46. What was the biggest danger for Gulliver at that time? - It was from a monkey.
47. How did the monkey get hold of Gulliver?
- The monkey saw Gulliver through the open window and got hold of his jacket and pulled him.
48. Why did Gulliver decide not to move or escape from the monkey?
- Because the monkey squeezed him hard.
49. What did the monkey do when Glumdalclitch opened the door into the room?
- The monkey jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the roof of the palace.
50. How did the servants try to save Gulliver? - They used long wooden ladders
51. How did the monkey try to feed Gulliver on the highest part of the roof?
- The monkey tried to feed him on some nuts.
52. Why did the servants laugh at the monkey's doing?
- Because the monkey patted Gulliver gently when he refused to eat.
53. When did the monkey leave Gulliver? - When the monkey heard the servants getting nearer.
54. How far was the top of the palace for Gulliver?
- The roof was as high as a mountain .
55. Why did Gulliver pray when the wind blew?
- Gulliver hoped the servants could get him down before the wind blew him off the roof.
Quotations
1. “I can't understand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country."
1 – Who was the speaker? - One of the three scholars who came to examine Gulliver.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - To the other men and the king.
3 – About whom was he speaking? - He was referring to Gulliver.
2. “The man is not very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small.”
1 – Who was the speaker? - One of the three scholars who came to examine Gulliver.
2 – About whom? - About Gulliver.
3 – What did Gulliver explain to them?
- He explained that there were many people like him in his country.
3. “But that is impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer."
1 – Who said this? - The oldest and wisest scholar.
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2 – What was the impossible thing?
- The impossible thing was what Gulliver said about himself and his country.
3 – What did the king do when he heard this? - He asked to see the farmer.
4. “It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your country is true.”
1 – Who was the speaker? - The King of Brobdingnag.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver.
3 – What was the king's decision? - He said that the queen could keep Gulliver.
5. “So, I don't mind if she stays here as your teacher."
1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The king to Gulliver.
2 – About whom were they talking? - About Glumdalclitch.
3 – What was Glumdalclitch's reaction? - She was happy and pleased.
6. “You know, I can't believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities.”
1 – Who said these words? - The king of Brobdingnag.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver.
3 – What was Gulliver's reaction?
- He thought that the king was laughing at his country and began to feel angry.
7. “Let me tell you more about my country."
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The king to Gulliver.
2 – What did he tell Gulliver?
- He told him that there were mountains in the north that are 40 meters high.
3 – What did the king say about these mountains?
- He said they couldn't pass these mountains because many of them were volcanoes.
8. “We never travelled to other countries."
1 – Who was the speaker? - The king of Brobdingnag.
2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver.
3 – Why couldn't they travel to other countries?
- Because the seas were all so rough and not safe for boats to sail.
9. “So we don't need to go fishing in the seas."
1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The king to Gulliver.
2 – How did they get their fish? - They got the fish from the rivers.
3 – Why was it difficult to go fishing in the seas? - Because they were rough and not safe.
10. “You must be a good sailor."
1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The queen to Gulliver.
2 – When did the speaker say this? - When Gulliver told her about his travels on the seas.
3 – What did the queen order? - She ordered the carpenter to make Gulliver a boat.
11. “Quick! The monkey has got hold of Grildrig"
1 – Who said these words and to whom? - Glumdalclitch to the servants.
2 – Who was Grildrig? - He was Gulliver.
3 – Was the monkey kind to Gulliver? - Yes, it was very kind as it didn't hurt him.
Mistake Correction
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences:
1 – The king was angry and faithful when he met Gulliver.
2 – The king asked the advice of the best sailors about Gulliver.
3 – The king said that the scholars were right about what they said about Gulliver.
4 – The king minded if Glumdalclitch stayed with Gulliver.
5 – The carpenter made Gulliver a house the size of a ball
6 – The roof of the house couldn't be lifted.
7 – The window was the smallest thing ever made in the palace.
8 – The key of the house was fitted to Gulliver's leg.
9 – They used the best linen to make Gulliver's clothes.
10 – The queen had three daughters.
11 – A meal for one of the two daughters could feed twelve farmers in Gulliver's country.
12 – Every Friday the king would join them .
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13 – Most people in the palace were cruel to Gulliver.
14 – The bad servant put Gulliver into a towel of cream.
15 – The queen punished Gulliver for hurting the servant.
16 – Gulliver used his knife to attack the bees.
17 – The mountains are in the south of the country.
18 – The people get their fish from the seas.
19 – A bear smelled Gulliver and took him in its mouth.
20 – The monkey was unkind to Gulliver.
Questions of the Set Book
A. Answer these questions.
1. What did the King think of Gulliver at first? What made him decide that Gulliver was telling
the truth?
-The King could not believe that such a small person could live or that there could be a whole country
of such small people. But he asked the farmer, his daughter, and the Queen about Gulliver and decided
that what he said was true.
2. Where did Gulliver stay in the palace? Describe it?
- The palace carpenter made him a home. It was the size of the box the farmer had used to carry
Gulliver. It had a door and large windows. The walls were soft and the roof could be lifted up.
3. Who did Gulliver eat with?
- He ate with the Queen, her daughters and Glumdalclitch, and on Wednesdays the King joined them.
4. What were some of the bad things that happened to Gulliver at the palace?
- One servant dropped him into cream. Later he made apples fall off a tree onto Gulliver. A dog caught
him in its mouth. He fell into a hole made by an animal. The bees were very large to him, and once
some bees came into his house. A monkey carried him up to the top of the roof.
5. After Gulliver was picked up by the dog, Glumdalclitch promised never to leave him alone
again. Gulliver was not pleased to hear this. Why was that so?
- Perhaps he wanted more privacy, some time to be alone.
6. What did Gulliver learn about the geography of the country?
- There were mountains to the north and no one had ever crossed them. No one knew what was on the
other side. There were no harbours, so no ships came from other lands. They got their fish from rivers
and didn’t go out to sea. There were fifty-one cities.
7. Where did the monkey take Gulliver?
- It took him to the top of the roof of the palace. Then it left him there and ran away.
B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements.
1. The scholars thought it was impossible for there to be a land full of small people. (T)
2. Gulliver took all his meals with the King and Queen. (F)
- The King ate with them on Wednesdays. He usually ate with the Queen, her daughters and Glumdalclitch.
3. The King enjoyed talking with Gulliver and asking about his country. (T)
4. Gulliver felt angry when the King laughed at his own country. (T)
5. The country of the giants has only one harbour. (F) - It has no harbours.
6. The giants have never travelled outside their country. (T)
7. The Queen had a sailing boat made for Gulliver so he could leave the country. (F)
- She had it made so he could enjoy himself (sailing in a lake in her garden).
8. His boat was nearly overturned when a frog jumped into the lake. (T)
9. The monkey came into Gulliver’s house. (F) - It came into the room where his house was.
10. The monkey carried Gulliver up onto the roof of the palace. (T)
E. Read this quotation and answer the questions.
“I cannot believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities, clothes and jobs,
rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!”
1. Who said this to whom? - The King said this to one of his advisers.
2. How did Gulliver feel when he heard this?
- He began to feel angry because the King was laughing at Gulliver’s country.
3. What else did Gulliver realise when he heard this?
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- He realised that the King’s country was like Gulliver’s only much bigger.
Test Yourself
Answer the following questions:
1 – What is Brobdingnag?
2 – Why did the king of Brobdingnag look angry and confused?
3 – Why did the king ask for the advice of the best scholars?
4 – Who came to examine Gulliver?
5 – What did one of the men expect Gulliver to eat?
6 – Why did the king want to see the farmer?
7 – What did the king do after discussing the farmer?
8 – What did the king say concerning Glumdalclitch?
9 – What was Glumdalclitch given in the palace?
10 – What did the queen ask from the palace carpenter?
11 – How big was Gulliver's home?
12 - Describe Gulliver's home?
13 – Why were the walls of the house soft?
14 – Why did the carpenter make a key to the house?
15 – Where could Gulliver keep the key?
16 – Why didn't Gulliver want the key to be with Glumdalclitch?
17 – What did they make Gulliver?
18 – How was the queen friendly to Gulliver?
19 – How old were the queen's two daughters?
20 – Why was it strange for Gulliver to see the daughters eating?
21 – When did the king join them?
22 – Why did the king laugh and talk to one of his advisers?
23 – How did most people in the palace feel towards Gulliver?
24 – How did the servant deal with Gulliver?
25 – Who saved Gulliver from drowning in the cream bowl?
26 – Why didn't Gulliver drown in the bowl of cream?
27 – What happened to Gulliver after the accident?
28 – What did the queen do with the servant?
29 - When did Gulliver begin to hate ice cream?
30 – Did the servant stop dealing with Gulliver badly?
31 – What was Gulliver's biggest problem?
32 – What did the three bees do one day?
33 – How did Gulliver defend himself?
34 – What did the king say to Gulliver about his country?
35 – Why couldn't anyone pass these mountains?
36 – Did anyone know what lied behind these mountains?
37 – What else did he say about his country?
38 – Why wasn't it safe for boats to go into the seas?
39 – Why hadn't they never travelled to other countries?
40 – Why didn't they have to go fishing in the seas?
Quotations
1-"I can't understand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country."
a) Who said that? To whom? b) About whom did he talk?
2-"The man isn't very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small to eat anything without help
unless he eats insects."
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a) Who said that? To whom?
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3-"But that's impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer,"
a) Who said that? To whom? b) What was the impossible thing for the scholar?
5-"You know, I can't believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities, clothes
and jobs , rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!"
a) Who said that? To whom?
6-"Let me tell you about my country.”
a) Who said that? To whom? b) What did the king tell Gulliver about his country?
7- "In the north there are mountains that are forty kilometres high."
a) Who said that? To whom? b) How were those mountains a problem?
8-"You must be a good sailor. Perhaps you'd like to have your own boat? Then you could show
us what you can do."
a) Who said that? To whom?
9-"I'd love that. However, I can't use any of the boats in your land because of there size. I'd
need a special one that was much smaller"
a) Who said that? To whom?
10-"Very well, I will ask the palace carpenter to make you one."
a) Who said that? To whom?
11-"Quick! The monkey's got hold of Grildrig! He's going into the roof !"
a) Who said that? To whom?
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it :
1-The King decided to ask for the advice of the best students in the land.
2- The scholar said that Gulliver must have been taught to say that by the doctor.
3-It seems my scholars are right and what Gulliver tells me about his country is true
4- The King doesn't mind if Glumdalclitch stays as Gulliver's servant
5- Glumdalclitch was very annoyed and was given her own room in the palace .
6- The Queen asked the palace teacher to make Gulliver a comfortable home .
7- Gulliver kept the door in his pocket because he feared that Glumdalclitch would lose it.
8- They used the best wool to make Gulliver's clothes .
9- The Queen was very angry to me and asked for me to sit with her .
10- I always sat at a small table by her arm and ate from a wooden plate .
11- Every Friday , the King would join us .
12- I can't believe that people who are so big can have houses and cities.
13- Most people in the palace were cruel to me , but there was one servant who hated me.
14- He picked me and dropped me into a bowl of soup .
15- It is lucky that I am a good player or I would have drowned .
16- It was the Queen who rescued me by pulling me out of the thick liquid .
17- I felt well after my accident , and was put to bed.
18- The servant picked me up and pushed my legs into the pool .
19- When I was eating some cake in my home , three birds flew in through my window.
20- I pulled out my sword and attacked them , cutting off their wings.
21- In the north of my country , there are hills that are forty kilometres high
22- You can't pass these mountains because many of them are earthquakes .
23- The seas are all so calm that it isn't safe for boats to go out into them.
24- The King told me that there were sixty – one cities in his country .
25-The capital city , Lorbrulgrud , lay on a sea and had 80,000 houses.
26- Each hail was the size of a golf ball and it hurt greatly.
27-The dog took me in its nose before I could run away .
28- The carpenter asked me if I was all right .
29- The Queen and her ladies liked to watch me sailing up and down this small seas.
30- A horse jumped into the lake and made a wave that was so big.
31- The monkey jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the floor of the palace.
32 – I was now sitting alone at the very top of a roof which was as low as a mountain
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adventure ‫مغامرة‬ grow food ‫يزرع‬‫الغذاء‬ sea bird ‫بحري‬ ‫طائر‬
against ‫ضد‬/‫مقابل‬ horrified ‫مرعوب‬ seashells ‫بحرية‬ ‫قواقع‬
arts ‫األداب‬/‫الفنون‬ huge ‫ضخم‬ seem very weak ‫جدا‬ ‫ضعيف‬ ‫يبدو‬
badly run ‫سيء‬ ‫بشكل‬ ‫يدار‬ ideas ‫أفكار‬ send away ‫يطرد‬
beliefs ‫معتقدات‬ jolt ‫سقوط‬–‫شدي‬ ‫ضربة‬‫دة‬ servant boy ‫خادم‬‫صغير‬
birds' eggs ‫الطيور‬ ‫بيض‬ kind offer ‫طيب‬ ‫عرض‬ share ‫يشارك‬
blow off ‫يھب‬/‫يوقع‬ ladder ‫سلم‬ shelves ‫أرفف‬
both hands ‫اليدين‬ ‫كلتا‬ language ‫لغة‬ size ‫حجم‬
carpenter ‫نجار‬ laugh ‫يضحك‬ soft ‫ناعم‬
coast ‫الساحل‬ legal system ‫التشريعي‬ ‫النظام‬-‫الحكم‬ soldiers ‫جنود‬
concert ‫موسيقية‬ ‫حفلة‬ library ‫مكتبة‬ sound like ‫يبدو‬
corner ‫ركن‬ lift up ‫يرفع‬ south of ‫جنوب‬
destroy ‫يدمر‬ lucky ‫محظوظ‬ speed ‫سرعة‬
disappear ‫ي‬‫ختفي‬ make war ‫حرب‬ ‫يشن‬ step ‫خطوة‬
edge ‫حافة‬ monkey ‫قرد‬ suddenly ‫فجأة‬
education ‫التعليم‬ nervously ‫بعصب‬‫ية‬ take notes ‫مالحظات‬ ‫يدون‬
escape ‫ي‬‫ھرب‬ no good ‫من‬ ‫الفائدة‬ terrible ‫سيء‬
extremely ‫للغاية‬ office ‫مكتب‬ thunder ‫الرعد‬
far room ‫بعيدة‬ ‫حجرة‬ page ‫صفحة‬ too loud ‫جدا‬ ‫عالي‬
feel sorry ‫بالحزن‬ ‫يشعر‬ palace ‫القصر‬ top ‫قمه‬
feet ‫أقدام‬ place on ‫على‬ ‫يضع‬ wall ‫حائط‬
flapping ‫رفرفة‬ pocket ‫جيب‬ war ‫حرب‬
forward ‫لألمام‬ proud of ‫ب‬ ‫فخور‬ waves ‫أمواج‬
frightened of ‫من‬ ‫خائف‬ reach top ‫للقمة‬ ‫يصل‬ weapons ‫أسلحة‬
funny ‫مضحك‬ rebellions ‫ثورات‬ weather ‫الطقس‬
giant ‫عمالق‬ rescue ‫ينقذ‬ west ‫غرب‬
government ‫الحكومة‬ science ‫علوم‬ wings ‫أجنحة‬
Questions & Answers
1.The monkey left Gulliver in danger. Discuss. - The monkey put Gulliver on the very top of the
palace roof which was very high and Gulliver was in danger of being blown off by the wind.
2.How was Gulliver rescued after being put on the top of the palace? - A brave servant reached
up from his ladder, put Gulliver in his pocket and carried him back down to the ground.
3. How long did Gulliver stay in bed after the adventure of the monkey?
- He stayed ill in bed for two weeks.
4.What happened to the monkey? - It was sent away from the palace.
5. Why wouldn't Gulliver be frightened of any monkeys in his country?
- Because monkeys were so small.
6.What was the king's reaction when he heard that monkeys were small? - He laughed.
7. What information did Gulliver tell the king about England?
- About its government , its weather , the arts and their education and about the kings and queens .He
also explained England's legal system and told the King about all the events in the country's history,
8.What did the king use the notes for? - He used them to ask Gulliver questions.
9. Why did the king criticize England?
- The said that the legal system was weak and the government was extremely strange.
10. What did the king seem to think about England's legal system? - He thought it was weak.
11. What did Gulliver tell the King about the weapons?
- He said that they could easily kill people and destroy buildings.
12. How was the king when Gulliver told him about weapons? - He looked horrible.
13. Why did the king refuse to hear about making the weapons?
- The king didn't believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things
14. Gulliver seemed to be convinced by the King's opinions .Illustrate.
- Gulliver said that his country suddenly seemed small, unimportant and badly run.
15. Why did the King see that Gulliver was lucky?
- Because Gulliver had escaped to a better place where people wanted to grow food rather than made war.
16. How was Brobdingnag very different from England?
- Brobdingnag didn't need weapons but also Brobdingnag didn't have many books.
17. How did Gulliver find the king's library? - It had only a thousand books in it.
18. How could Gulliver read a book? - He used the ladder to climb to the top of the page to read
the first line, then walked down the ladder till he had read all the pages.
19. Why did Gulliver read most of the books easily?
- Because their language didn't have many words.
20. How did Gulliver benefit from the books in the library?
- He learnt a lot about the country's ideas and beliefs.
21. What did the king invite Gulliver to hear? - A concert.
22. Why couldn't Gulliver enjoy the concert at first?- Because the noise like thunder.
23. When did Gulliver feel that the music was quite nice?
- When he was put in a far room in the corner of the palace with the doors and the windows closed.
24. What did Gulliver feel after two years in Brobdingnag? - Gulliver began to think more and
more about his own country .Gulliver wanted to see his family again, but how he got home
25. How did the King try to reduce Gulliver's loneliness? - The king promised that if his soldiers
found another ship like his ship , he would ask them to bring it at once to the capital .
26. Why didn't Gulliver like the King's idea?
- Gulliver didn't like the idea of more people being kept to please the King and the Queen.
27. Where did Gulliver and Glumdalclitch travel? - To the south of Brobdingnag.
28. Why did Gulliver ask Glumdalclitch to go to the beach?
- To get some fresh air.
29. Why was Gulliver very pleased to go to the sea?
- Gulliver He enjoyed watching the waves and thought about England.
30. How did the sea air affect Gulliver?
- The sea air made Gulliver feel tired, so he lay down in the box and went to sleep.
31. What did the young boy do when Gulliver slept?
- He boy closed windows to keep out the cold wind and went off to look for birds' eggs.
32. What picked up Gulliver's box? - A huge sea bird.
33. How did the huge sea bird lift Gulliver? - It picked up the box and carried it off in its feet.
34. What did Gulliver think the bird was going to do?
- He thought it would drop him onto a hard rock as shell to get food.
35. When did Gulliver feel horrible feeling? - When he felt himself falling quickly towards the ground.
36. How did Gulliver know that the box fell in the sea? - The box moved slowly up and down.
37. Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter for making the box so well?
- Because no water could come in through the edges of the doors and the box floated quite well.
38. Why did Gulliver feel that he was still in great danger?
- He was far from Glumdalclitch who would have rescued him. He was also worried about the rocks .
Quotations
1. "It's good to see you're feeling better, tell me what would you have done if a monkey had
taken you in your own country?"
a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver.
b) When did the King say that? - After Gulliver's adventure with the monkey.
c) What was Gulliver's answer to the King's question?
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- There were no monkeys in his country and the monkeys he knew were small.
2. “We don't have any monkeys in my country, but if we did, I wouldn't be frightened of them.
They are so small.”
a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the King.
b) What was the king's reaction after that answer? - He was surprised.
c) Why was the King surprised? - He didn't believe that there were creatures smaller than Gulliver
3. "I'd love to hear more about your country. Please tell me more."
a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver
b) What was Gulliver's country? - England was Gulliver's country.
c) What did Gulliver tell the king about England?
- He told the King about England's legal system and its government.
4. "Where does your country get its money from and why do you have so many wars?"
a) Who said that? To whom? -The King to Gulliver.
b) What did the king hate about Gulliver's talk? - He hated wars.
c) Why did the King ask Gulliver that question? - As the King didn't find any reason for those wars.
5. "Would you like me to show you how to make such weapons yourself?"
a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the King
b) When did Gulliver say that? - When he was telling the King about his country.
c) What did Gulliver want to show the King? - How to make the weapons.
6. "I have always been very interested in science but I can't believe that anyone would want to
have such terrible things .I never want to hear about weapons again."
a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver
b) What do you think of the King's character? - He was peaceful?
c) What did the king say about the weapons? - He said they were terrible.
7. "I feel sorry for your people .You are very lucky because you have escaped to a better place
where people want to grow food rather than make war."
a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver
b) Why did the King tell Gulliver that he was lucky?
- Because Gulliver was in a better place than his country.
c) What were the King's people interested in? - In growing food
8. "If my soldiers find another ship like yours. I will ask them to bring it at once."
a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver
b) How did the king want to help Gulliver?
- He wanted to bring other people like Gulliver to live with him
c) What was Gulliver's attitude towards that? - He didn't like that idea
9. “Hello! Who's picking me up? Please put me down."
a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the thing who carried the box
b) When did Gulliver say that? - When the bird carried him into the air.
c) Where did Gulliver find himself after that? - He was in the sea in his box.
Mistake Correction
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences:
1 – The queen's soldiers tried to save Gulliver.
2 – The servant used stairs to rescue Gulliver.
3 – After the adventure of the elephant Gulliver stayed in bed for two weeks.
4 – The monkey stayed in the palace after the accident.
5 – Gulliver told the king that there were monkeys in his country.
6 – Gulliver he would be frightened of monkeys.
7 – The queen was taking notes while Gulliver was talking about his country.
8 – The king thought that England's legal system was strong.
9 – The king looked happy when Gulliver told him about how to make weapons.
10 – The king told Gulliver that he was not lucky to come to Brobdingnag.
11 – Brobdingnag had a lot of weapons and wars.
12 – In Brobdingnag there were many books.
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13 – The largest library in Brobdingnag was of the queen.
14 – The king asked the carpenter to make Gulliver a lift to help him to read.
15 – Gulliver used one hand to turn the page of a book.
16 – The language of Brobdingnag had many words.
17 – There were rebellions between different areas outside Brobdingnag.
18 – The king invited Gulliver to hear music in a ball.
19 – After two months Gulliver began to think of his own country.
20 – When the king knew what Gulliver was thinking of he was angry.
21 – Gulliver was carried in a golden box.
22 – Gulliver asked the queen to let him go to the beach.
23 – Gulliver wanted to go to the beach to swim.
24 – A young servant girl took Gulliver to the beach.
25 – The young boy left Gulliver and went to search for monkeys' eggs.
26 – A huge fish had picked up Gulliver's box.
27 – The box had landed on the rock.
28 – The carpenter used weak wood to make the box.
29 – If the box hit a rock, Gulliver would sink.
30 – Gulliver sank the carpenter silently.
Questions of the Set Book
A. Answer these questions.
1. How was Gulliver rescued from the roof, and what happened to the monkey?
- A brave servant reached him from his ladder and carried him down in his pocket. The monkey was sent
away from the palace.
2. What did the King think of Gulliver’s country? - The King thought the legal system was very
weak and the government was very strange. He wanted to know why they had so many wars.
3. What were some of the questions that the King of Brobdingnag asked about England?
- He asked about its legal system, where it got its money from, and why they had so many wars.
4. What was the King’s reaction when Gulliver offered to show him how to make weapons
like his?
- The King was horrified. He said he couldn’t believe that anyone would want such terrible things. He
didn’t want to hear about them again.
5. How was Brobdingnag different from Gulliver’s country?
- The people never travelled outside the country. They didn’t need weapons. They didn't have wars with
other countries. They didn’t have many books.
6. How was the King of Brobdingnag different from the King of Lilliput? Which do you think
was a better king? Why?
- The King of Brobdingnag was very learned. He was interested in science, history, geography,
mathematics. But he was not interested in making weapons and he did not want wars. The King of
Lilliput was interested in Gulliver’s weapons. He asked his advisers to study them. He wanted to go to war
against Blefuscu. He wanted to be fashionable by wearing low heels. Students’ opinions of who is the
better king will vary. They might say that the King of Lilliput wanted to fight for silly reasons. The King
of Brobdingnag is educated, yet his country has few books. Is he really as educated as he thinks he is?
7. Why does the King think that Gulliver is lucky to have come there?
- The King thinks his land is better because the people don’t want to make war.
8. Do you think Gulliver is lucky to be in Brobdingnag? Do you think he is treated well?
- He is treated well because he doesn’t have to work hard as he did for the farmer.
Or - He is treated like an animal in a cage and is not given his freedom or is not treated as a human being.
9. How did Gulliver read the books in the King’s library?
- He climbed up a ladder to see the top of the page and then climbed down slowly to read the page.
10. Why did Gulliver decide he wanted to leave Brobdingnag?
- The King said if a ship like Gulliver’s were found, its people would be brought to the capital so that
Gulliver would have friends his own size. But Gulliver did not like the idea of more people being kept to
please the King and Queen. He wanted to talk with people who shared his ideas and not to have to
worry about a giant stepping on him or a bird carrying him away.
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11. How did he leave Brobdingnag? Was his escape planned?
- He was in his box/house on the beach and a large bird carried it away and then dropped it in the sea.
His escape was not planned
B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements.
1. The monkey finally carried Gulliver down off the roof. (F)
- A servant climbed up and got him.
2. The King of Brobdingnag wanted to learn more about England. (T)
3. The King was interested in learning how to make weapons. (F)
- He was horrified by the weapons.
4. The largest library in the land had only a thousand books. (T)
5. Brobdingnag sometimes had rebellions inside the country. (T)
6. Brobdingnag often had wars with other countries. (F)
- It never did. (It didn’t even have contact with other countries.)
7. The King said that if a ship came, Gulliver could return in it. (F)
- He said its people should be kept with Gulliver.
8. Gulliver asked to go to the beach so he could try to escape. (F)
- He asked to see the sea again. His escape was not planned.
9. Glumdalclitch did not take Gulliver to the beach. (T)
10. A bird picked up Gulliver’s wooden box and flew away with it. (T)
E. Read this quotation and answer the questions.
1. “I’ve always been very interested in science, but I cannot believe that anyone would want to
have such terrible things.”
1. Who said this to whom? - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2. What are the “terrible things”? - The weapons that can easily kill people and destroy buildings.
3. How did the listener feel after hearing these words?
- Gulliver thought his country was small, unimportant and badly run.
2. “You’re very lucky because you've escaped to a better place, where people want to grow
food rather than make war.”
1. Who said this to whom? -The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2. What did the listener think about his own country?
- He began to think that it was small, unimportant, and badly run.
3. Do you think the listener had escaped to a better place? Why?
- He is treated well because he doesn’t have to work hard as he did for the farmer.
Or - He is treated like an animal in a cage and is not given his freedom or is not treated as a human being.
Test Yourself
Answer the following questions:
1- Who tried to rescue Gulliver after the monkey had left him?
2 – Who saved Gulliver?
3 – How long did he stay in bed after the adventure of the monkey?
4 – What happened to the monkey?
5 – What did the king ask Gulliver when Gulliver visited him?
7 – What was Gulliver's opinion of the monkeys?
8 – What did Gulliver tell the king about his country?
9 – What was the king's reaction on hearing about England?
10 – What did the king use the notes for?
11 – What did the king seem to think about England's legal system?
12 – How was the king when Gulliver told him how to make weapons?
13 – What did Gulliver realize when after his talk with the king?
14 – Why did the king think that Gulliver was lucky?
15 – What was the difference did Gulliver discover between his country and Brobdingnag?
16 – What would the carpenter make Gulliver?
17 – How could Gulliver read a book?
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18 – Why could Gulliver read most of the books in the library easily?
19 – What did Gulliver learn from reading the books?
21 – What did the king invite Gulliver to hear?
22 – How was the music when Gulliver heard it at first?
23 – What was Gulliver problem during the concert?
24 – When was this problem solved?
26 – What was Gulliver thinking of after two years?
27 – What was the king's reaction about that?
29 – Did Gulliver like the idea of getting more people like Gulliver in the palace?
30 – What did Gulliver ask one day from Glumdalclitch?
31 – Who took Gulliver to the beach?
33 – Why did the young boy leave Gulliver?
34 – Why did Gulliver suddenly wake up?
35 – What did Gulliver see when he looked to the window?
36 – What picked up Gulliver's box?
37 – What did Gulliver think the bird was going to do?
40 – How did Gulliver know that the box fall in the sea?
41 – Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter silently at that moment?
42 – What did the bird do?
43 – What would happen if the box hit a rock or a window broke?
Quotations
1 – " I was in danger of being blown off by the wind."
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Where was he at that moment? 3 – How was he taken there?
2 – " It'd good to see your are feeling better."
1 – Who was the addresser? 2 – Who was the addressee?
3 – What question did the speaker ask after that?
3 – “We don't have any monkeys in my country."
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom?
2 – What would happen if Gulliver had monkeys in his country?
3 – What was the king's reaction to that?
4 – " What, they are smaller than you?”
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – To whom was he speaking?
3 – What does he mean by “they”?
5 – “I would love to hear more about your country, please tell me more."
1 – Who was the speaker? To whom? 2 – Which country does he refer to?
3 – What did Gulliver tell the king?
6 – " Where does your country get its money from and why do you have so many wars?"
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did Gulliver say?
3 – What did Gulliver want to show the king?
7 – “I have always been very interested in science, but I can't believe that anyone would want
to have such terrible things. "
1 – Who was the speaker to whom? 2 – What were the “terrible things”?
3 – What did the listener feel after hearing these words?
8 – “I feel sorry for your people, you are very lucky.”
1 – Who was the speaker? To whom? 2 – Why did he feel sorry for those people?
3 – Why was the listener lucky?
9 – “When I found a book that I was interested in, I would push it open against a wall. "
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Where could he get the books?
3 - What did he use to help him read?
10 – “I had now been in Brobdingnag for two years. "
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did he begin to think about? 3 – What did he want to do?
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11 – " If my soldiers find another ship like yours ."
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1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – Where would the soldiers take the ship?
3 – What did the king want to find for Gulliver?
12 – " Hello? Who is picking me up? please, put me down!"
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Did Gulliver get an answer? 3 – What did Gulliver hear?
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it :
1- A brave soldier reached up from his ladder , put me in his pocket and carried me back.
2-After this adventure , I was so ill that I had to stay in bed for five weeks .
3- I was told that the donkey had been sent away from the palace.
4-We don't have any cows in my country.
5-So I told him about France : its government and its weather.
6-Why do you have so many peace ?
7- I've always been very interested in geography but I can't believe that terrible things
8- Please , I never want to hear about such sports again.
9- My country , I was so proud of , suddenly seemed small , important and badly run.
10- You are very lucky because you have escaped to a worse place.
11- I discovered that the country of Brobdingnag was very similar to our own.
12- The King's library , the smallest in the land , had only a thousand books in it.
13- He asked his carpenter to make me a ladder so I could reach the bottom shelves.
14- Then I would use both legs to turn the page and do the same thing again.
15-The noise was so great that the music sounded like lightning.
16- In fact , the music was then quite bad.
17- I had now been in Brobdingnag for four years and I began to think about my country.
18- I'd like to find you some friends of your own size.They can live in the house with you.
19-As usual , I was carried in my wooden chair.
20- I looked out of the windows of my box and enjoyed watching the winds.
21- The young officer closed my windows to keep out the cold wind.
22- I felt something lift down my box and I was carried forward at great speed
23- A huge sea animal had picked up my box and carried it off in its feet.
24- After a few minutes I heard the flapping of legs get faster.
25-Then I felt a terrible jolt , and for a few hours I couldn't breathe .
26- I now understood that the box had landed in the floor
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amazement ‫دھشة‬ handkerchief ‫منديل‬ plate ‫طبق‬
asleep ‫نائم‬ hire ‫يؤجر‬/‫يشغل‬ plead ‫يناشد‬/‫يلتمس‬
awake ‫مستيقظ‬ joke ‫يمزح‬/‫مزحة‬ possibly ‫ممكن‬/‫ربما‬
behave ‫يتصرف‬ leaf ‫شجر‬ ‫ورقة‬ reply ‫رد‬
comb ‫مشط‬ locked ‫مغلق‬ request ‫طلب‬
criminal ‫مجرم‬ look out ‫يحترس‬ rude ‫وقح‬
cup ‫فنج‬‫ا‬‫ن‬ loop ‫عروة‬ softly ‫برقة‬
furniture ‫أثاث‬ otherwise ‫وإال‬ souvenirs ‫تذكار‬
gently ‫بلطف‬ pin ‫دب‬‫و‬‫س‬ valuable ‫قيم‬
Questions & Answers
1. How did Gulliver try to stop the water from entering the box?
- He put blankets across the edges.
2.Why did Gulliver want to lift the roof of the box? - He thought it would be safer sitting on the top
of the box where there was air and where someone would see him.
3.Why did Gulliver fail to lift the roof of the box? - Because the roof was too heavy.
4.What was the box like? - The box had a door on one side, and windows on two other side .On the
fourth side, there were two metal loops.
5. What was Gulliver afraid of after four hours on the sea?
- Gulliver was afraid that he would drown or die of cold.
6. What did Gulliver do to get people's attention?
- Gulliver put his mouth close to the hole and shouted for help as loudly as he could .He took his
handkerchief and tied it to a pole which he put through the hole and waved .
7.What did Gulliver tell the man on the roof of the box? - Gulliver told him that he was an English
man who had had a terrible adventure and he needed to be rescued from a very dangerous situation.
8. What did the man on the roof of the box tell Gulliver?
- He told him not to worry and his box had been lifted out of the water and was held by ropes behind the
ship .The carpenter would make a hole in the roof to get Gulliver out.
9. What did Gulliver ask one of the sailors to do with the box?
- To pick up the box and carry it onto the ship to lift the roof.
10. How did Gulliver get out of his box?
- The carpenter made a hole that was large enough to put down a ladder.
11. How did Gulliver see the sailors when he got out of his box?
- Gulliver found that the sailors looked so small and strange that he didn't want to answer their questions.
12. Who was the captain of the ship which rescued Gulliver? - Thomas Wilcocks.
13. What did Gulliver keep in the box? - Valuable furniture and blankets and some other souvenirs.
14. Why was Gulliver very angry with the sailors?
- Because they badly damaged the cupboard, table and chairs.
15. When did the sailors throw Gulliver's box? - When they had taken everything out.
16. How was Captain Thomas Wilcocks kind? - He ordered Gulliver some food; he spoke softly
and gently to Gulliver as he ate. He gave him some money to hire a horse to ride home.
17. What did the captain decide to do on seeing Gulliver's box?
- They decided to go towards it and ask if they could buy some sea biscuits.
18. Why were the sailors frightened on seeing the box?
- Because it lokked like a big house floating on the sea.
19. What did the captain and his crew do to rescue the box?
- They tied their ropes to the loops and rowed the box back to their ship.
20. When did they realize that someone was locked inside the box?
- When the captain saw Gulliver's handkerchief.
21. What did the captain think of Gulliver after the strange things he talked about?
- The captain thought that Gulliver was a criminal, who had been put inside the box to be punished.
22. Why did Gulliver plead with the captain? - To believe his.
23. What did Gulliver show the captain? - A comb, a sting of a bee which was the size of a knife,
some pins and needles the size of small swords, and a ring.
24. What were Gulliver's trousers made from? - The hair of a mouse.
25. Why did the captain refuse to take the ring?
- Because the ring was large enough to wear on the head
26. What was the captain interested in?
- He was interested in a tooth. It was about thirty centimeters long.
27. Why did Gulliver speak in a loud voice?
- Because Gulliver was so small in Brobdingnag so he had to speak loudly to be heard.
28. Why did Gulliver laugh when he saw the captain and his crew? - Gulliver saw them so small.
29. What did the captain think of Gulliver's story at last?
- The captain believed Gulliver's story and understood his strange behaviour.
30. Why did the captain ask Gulliver to tell the newspaper his story?
- He wanted the world would know about his amazing adventures.
31. Where was the ship coming from? - Vietnam.
32. Why did the ship stop at a few places and why didn't Gulliver leave it?
- To buy food and fresh water but Gulliver felt safe on the ship.
33. When did Gulliver arrive back at the south coast of England? - On 3rd
June, 1706.
34. The Captain Thomas Wilcocks was generous .Illustrate.
- The captain refused to keep Gulliver's things. He gave him some money to hire a horse to ride back home.
35. What was Gulliver's reaction to the captain generosity?
-Gulliver invited him to visit him in his house.
36. Why did Gulliver think that he was back in Lilliput?
- The people, the houses, the trees and the cows in the fields looked so small.
37. Why did many people think that Gulliver was very rude?
- Because every time he saw a person in the road in front of him , he shouted at them to look out because
he was sure that he would step on them , like a giant .
38. Why did Gulliver bend down to go inside his house?
- He believed that the door to be so small that he feared he would hit his head.
39. Why did Gulliver accuse his wife that she didn't feed his children enough?
- Because they were all too small.
40. What did Gulliver's wife think of him? - His wife thought that he was mad after his long journey.
41. What did Gulliver's wife ask him to promise? - Never to go abroad again.
42. Why did Gulliver agree to promise his wife not to go abroad again?
- Because had very dangerous adventures.
Quotations
1. “If you can hear me, help me! I'm inside.”
a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - Gulliver to one of the sailors
b) Where was Gulliver? - Gulliver was inside the box.
c) Did the sailor hear Gulliver? -Yes, he heard Gulliver.
2. "If anyone's inside, speak clearly"
a) Who said this, to whom? - One of the sailors to Gulliver.
b) What was the occasion?
- The sailors found Gulliver's box on the sea and were trying to lift it to the ship when they heard his voice.
c) Why wasn't it easy to lift Gulliver's box? - Because it was enormous.
3. “It’s me! I'm an Englishman who's had a terrible adventure," Please, I need to be rescued
from a very dangerous situation."
a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - Gulliver to one of the sailors
Gulliver’s Travels26
b) What was the dangerous situation? - Being inside the box.
Gulliver’s Travels27
4. "Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your ship, where you can lift
up the roof "
a) Who was the speaker? Who was the addressee? - Gulliver to the ship captain and the sailors.
b) What was the listeners' reaction? - They laughed and thought Gulliver was mad.
c) Why was it impossible to carry out the speaker's offer? - Because it was enormous.
5. "You're safe now, but you need to rest.”
a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) What did the speaker think when he first saw the box? - He thought it was a boat.
c) How far was the speaker kind?
- He took Gulliver inside and sat him down on a bed before giving him a hot drink.
6. "We've seen some birds, yes, but none of them seemed to be very big."
a) Who was the speaker? To whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) Why did the speaker refer to big birds? - As Gulliver asked him if they had seen any big birds.
c) Why was the speaker so surprised?
- As Gulliver said many strange things such as the enormous birds.
7. "It's lucky we found you.”
a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) Why was the listener so lucky? - As he might have drowned in his box.
c) What was the occasion? - The ship captain was telling Gulliver about saving him.
8. "That's not necessary. Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your
ship, where you can lift up the roof."
a) Who said this to whom, and where was he? - Gulliver said this to a sailor. He was still in his
box, which was lifted out of the water and tied behind the ship.
b) What did the listener do when he heard this? Why? - He (and others) laughed. They thought
Gulliver was joking or mad because the box was too big for a person to lift up alone or to open the roof.
c) Why did the speaker say this? - Because he didn't realise that the sailors were the same size as
he was and that the box was enormous to them.
9. “I will ask the ship's carpenter to come and make a hole in the roof to get you out.'
a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - The captain to Gulliver
b) Why did they want to make a hole? - To get Gulliver out of the box
10. ''The sailors said this was very difficult and they'd only raised it a little when I saw your
handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realised that someone or something was
locked inside the box."
a) Who said this to whom? - The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this to Gulliver.
b) What was difficult? - Lifting the box to the ship.
c) When was this said? - After rescuing Gulliver.
11. "Look, you've told me some very strange things, things that I cannot believe."
a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Mr. Thomas Wilcocks said this to Gulliver.
b) What did the speaker think the listener was?
- He thought he was a criminal put inside a box to be punished.
c) What did the speaker decide to do afterwards?
- He decided to take Gulliver to the nearest port and leave him there.
12. "It's impossible that your story is true. "
a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) Where were they? - On the captain's ship.
c) Which story did he refer to? - His story about giants in Brobdingnag.
13. "Here, you can keep this ring as a present. "
a) Who was the speaker? Who was the addressee? - Gulliver to Captain Thomas Wilcocks.
b) How did the speaker get the ring? - The Queen gave it to him.
c) What was strange about the ring? - It was large enough to wear on head.
14. "Thank you, but that won't be necessary. "
a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) What was the speaker talking about? - The ring offered by Gulliver to the captain.
c) What did the listener want to have instead? - A tooth of about 30 cm.
15. "Are the people of Brobdingnag a little deaf?"
a) Who asked this question? To whim? - The captain asked this question to Gulliver.
b) Why did the speaker ask this question? - Because Gulliver spoke loudly.
c) What was the answer to this question? - No, but he had to do so because he was so small and the
people there were giants.
16. "You've been very kind to me."
a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Gulliver said this statement to the captain.
b) How was the listener kind to the speaker? - He refused to take money from Gulliver for taking
him home. He gave him some money to take a horse ride home.
c) What did the speaker invite the listener to do? - Gulliver invited the captain to visit him at home.
17. "You should tell the newspapers as soon as you return to England, so that the world will
know about your amazing adventures. "
a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver.
b) What was the occasion? - Gulliver was telling the ship captain about his adventures.
c) Where did it happen? - On the ship, on their way back to England.
18. "You must promise me that you'll never go abroad again."
a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Gulliver's wife said that to him.
b) Why did the speaker say so? - Because Gulliver had dangerous adventures.
c) Did the listener agree to carry out that promise? - Yes, he did.
Mistake Correction
Find the mistake in each of the following sentences:
1 – A sea animal had dropped the box in the sea.
2 – I tried to stop the water by putting handkerchiefs across the edges of the box.
3 – There were two plastic loops which the carpenter had put on the box.
4 – I put my nose close to this hole and shouted for help.
5 – I took my handkerchief and tied it to a pool.
6 – I was extremely sad when I heard a voice shout back.
7 - I am inside; I'm an Irish who has a terrible adventure.
8 – I'm going to ask the ship's plumber to make a hole in the roof.
9 – The sailors are looked so big and strange that I didn't want to answer.
10- The captain of the ship Mr Thomas Nicholas watched me as I arrived.
11- I told him about the valuable furniture and blankets and some of my jewellery.
12- I dreamt of Brobdingnag and all the chances that had happened to me
13- They had been frightened because they had seen a big mouse floating on the sea.
14 – We easily tied our ropes to the holes and asked my men to row the house back.
15 – I showed him a comb which I had made from a dried paper.
16- I showed him a ring which was large enough to wear on my leg.
17 – The captain seemed to want was a sword of one of the Queen's servants.
Questions of the Set Book
A. Answer these questions.
1. What did Gulliver do to get people’s attention?
- He put a handkerchief on a pole and raised it through a small hole in the box. He waved the
handkerchief and shouted.
2. How did Gulliver get rescued and out of his box?
- A ship saw the box (which looked like a house) floating and sent a boat to see what it was. They tied
ropes to it and pulled it back to the ship. They cut a hole in the roof for him to get out.
3. Why did Gulliver tell the sailors to lift the roof? Why did they laugh?
- He didn’t realize that they were the same size as him. He thought they were giants who could lift the
roof easily. They laughed because they thought he was joking or mad to suggest such a thing.
4. Why did the sailors look small and strange to Gulliver?
Gulliver’s Travels28
- He had been living with giants for two years and he was not used to seeing people his own size.
Gulliver’s Travels29
5. Why did the sailors let the box fall back into the sea after they had taken the things out?
- The box was the size of a small house and it was very heavy for the ship to carry.
6. What did the captain think Gulliver might be? What did he want to do with him?
- The captain thought he might be a criminal and had been put in the box as a punishment. He wanted to
take him to the nearest port and leave him there.
7. The captain first thought the box was a boat. Why did he send a boat to it?
- He wanted to ask if he could buy some sea biscuits because his ship was low on food.
8. Why did the captain laugh at the first sailors who went to look at the box?
- They came back and said there was a house floating on the sea. He did not believe them.
9. Name two or three things that Gulliver showed the captain to prove hisstory was true.
- A comb made from a dried leaf, the sting of a bee that was the size of a knife, some pins and needles the
size of swords, a ring that was big enough to wear on his head, trousers made from the hair of a mouse, a
tooth that was thirty centimetres long.
10. Why did Gulliver speak in such a loud voice?
- He is used to talking loudly to the giants. He had to talk very loud to them because their heads were so
far away. It was like shouting out of a window to someone in the street two floors below.
11. The ship stopped at a few places on its way back to England, but Gulliver did not want to
leave the ship. Why?
- He felt safe there. (After his adventures he doesn’t want to risk ending up in any strange lands again.)
B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements.
1. Water began to come into the house around the front door. (T)
2. Gulliver was not able to raise the roof of the house. (T)
3. Gulliver could see the sailors pulling his house to their ship. (F)
- There were no windows on that side of the house and he couldn’t see what was happening.
4. Gulliver tried to call to the people outside his house. (T)
5. Someone called to Gulliver in French. (F)
- Someone called in English.
6. Before he saw them, Gulliver thought the sailors were the same size as him. (F)
- He thought they were giants.
7. The sailors lifted the roof so Gulliver could get out. (F)
- The carpenter cut a hole in the roof and put a ladder down.
8. After the sailors removed things from the box, they let the box drop back into the sea. (T)
9. The captain believed Gulliver’s story immediately. (F)
- He thought at first that Gulliver was mad.
10. The captain kept a tooth that had been removed from a servant of the Queen. (T)
E. Read this quotation and answer the questions.
1. “That’s not necessary. Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your
ship, where you can lift up the roof.”
1. Who said this to whom and where was he?
- Gulliver said this to a sailor. Gulliver was still in his house/box, which was lifted out of the water and
tied behind the ship.
2. What did the listener do when he heard this? Why?
- He (and others) laughed. They thought Gulliver was joking or mad because the house was too big for
a person to lift up alone or to open the roof.
3. Why had the speaker said this?
- Gulliver said this because he didn’t realise that the sailors were the same size as he was and that the
box/house was enormous to them.
2. “The sailors said this was very difficult and they’d only raised it a little when I saw your
handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realised that someone or something was
locked inside the box.”
1. Who said this to whom? - The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this to Gulliver.
2. What was difficult? - Lifting the house/box to the ship.
3. When was this said? - When the captain was talking with Gulliver later and saying how they had
seen his box/house and brought it to the ship.
Test Yourself
Answer the following questions:
1 – What dropped Gulliver's box in the sea?
2 – What did Gulliver see coming through the edges of the front door?
3 – How did he try to stop the water?
4 – How did Gulliver think to be safer?
5 – Why did He want to sit on the top of the box?
6 – Why couldn't Gulliver lift the roof of the house?
7 – How long had Gulliver been in the sea now and what would happen to him after a short time?
8 – How many doors and windows did the box have?
9 – Why did the box had two metal loops?
10 – What happened that gave Gulliver hope?
11 – Why did Gulliver put his mouth close to the hole?
12 – What did Gulliver do with the handkerchief?
13 – Why did he wave with the handkerchief ?
14 – Did anything happened soon after waving with the handkerchief?
15 – What happened when the box hit the rock?
16 – What did Gulliver do when he felt the box was lifted up?
17 – What did Gulliver say when the box was lifted up?
18 – What didn't Gulliver expect?
19 – What did Gulliver hear on the roof?
20 – What did the voice say and what was Gulliver's answer?
21 – What was Gulliver's request from the voice?
22 – What was the voice's answer?
23 – What would the carpenter do ?
24 – Why could the sailors carry the box?
24 – How did Gulliver get out of the box?
25 – Why did not Gulliver want to answer the people's questions?
26 – Who was the captain of the ship that saved Gulliver?
27 – What did Mr. Thomas notice when he saw Gulliver?
28 – What did the captain tell Gulliver?
29 – What important things didn't Gulliver want to lose?
30 – Why was the furniture badly damaged when the sailors took it out?
31 – What happened to the box when they had taken everything from it?
32 – What happened while Gulliver was sleeping?
33 – How was Mr. Thomas kind to Gulliver?
34 – How was Gulliver lucky according to Captain Thomas?
35 – What did the captain decide when they found that it was not a boat?
36 – How did they get the box?
37 – When did they realize that there was someone in the box?
38 – What did the captain think of Gulliver?
39 – What would the captain do with Gulliver if he were a criminal?
40 – What did the captain ask Gulliver to show to prove that his story was true?
41 – What did Gulliver show the captain?
42 – What present did Gulliver offer the captain?
43 – What was the captain's reply?
44 – Why was the captain interested in the tooth?
45 – Did the captain believe Gulliver's story?
Gulliver’s Travels30
Quotations
1 – “That is not necessary, just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your
ship, where you can lift up the roof.”
1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What did the listener do when he heard this and why?
3 – Why had the speaker said this?
2 – “The sailors said this was very difficult and they had only raised it a little when I saw your
handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realized that someone or something was
locked inside the box. “
1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What was difficult? 3 – When was this said?
3 – “I tried to lift the roof of my house, as the giants could do easily.”
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Why did he want to lift it?
3 – According to Gulliver, how it would be safer to sit on the top?
4 – “If you can hear me, help! I am inside.”
1 – Who said this? 2 – To whom was he speaking? 3 – Did he expect anyone to answer?
5 – “ If anyone is inside , speak clearly.”
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What was Gulliver’s reply?
3 – What did Gulliver want from the other speaker?
6 – “ Don’t worry, you are safe now.”
1 – Who said and to whom? 2 – Where was Gulliver’s box then?
3 – What did the sailor decide to do get Gulliver out of the box?
7 – “ You are safe now, but you need to rest.”
1 – Who said this? 2 – To whom was he speaking? 3 – Where was Gulliver then?
8 – Thank you, yes, I am very tired. I have some important things in the box, I don’t want to lose.”
1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What things did Gulliver refer to?
3 – What was the captain’s reaction?
9 – “It’s lucky we found you, early today about twelve o’clock, I saw something in the sea far
away.”
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did the speaker think of the box at first?
3 – Why did the captain decide to go towards it?
10 – “We took some rope and rowed back to look, when I saw the house myself, I couldn’t
believe it.”
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What did the sailors do?
3 – What did they do with the box after that?
11 – “How did you find yourself in that strange wooden house?”
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What was Gulliver’s answer?
3 – What was Gulliver’s question?
12 – “We have seen some birds, yes, but none of them seemed to be very big.”
1 – Who said these words and to whom?
2 – How did Gulliver account that the birds were not very big?
3 – Did the captain understand?
13 – “We are about five hundred kilometers from any country.”
1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – Why did he say this?
3 - What was Gulliver’s reply?
14 – “No, you must be wrong. I had been in the box for only a few hours after it was dropped
into the sea.”
1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What was he wrong about?
3 – What did the captain think of Gulliver?
15 – “Look, you have told me some very strange things, things that I can’t believe.”
1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did the captain think Gulliver was?
3 – In the captain’s opinion, why was Gulliver put in the box?
Gulliver’s Travels31
16 – “It is possible that your story is true, to be certain I want you to show me some of the
things.”
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  • 2. Contents No Title Page 1 Chapter 5 3 – 10 Vocabulary 3 Question & Answers 3 – 5 Quotation & Answers 5 – 7 Mistake Correction 7 – 8 Questions of the set book 8 - 9 ChapterFive Test yourself 9 - 10 2 Chapter 6 11 – 17 Vocabulary 11 Question & Answers 11 – 13 Quotation & Answers 13 – 14 Mistake Correction 14 – 15 Questions of the set book 15 ChapterSix Test yourself 16 - 17 3 Chapter 7 18 – 24 Vocabulary 18 Question & Answers 18 – 19 Quotation & Answers 19 – 20 Mistake Correction 20 - 21 Questions of the set book 21 – 22 ChapterSeven Test yourself 22 - 24 4 Chapter 8 25 – 32 Vocabulary 25 Question & Answers 25 – 26 Quotation & Answers 26 – 28 Mistake Correction 28 Questions of the set book 28 - 29 ChapterEight Test yourself 30 - 32 5 Practice Tests 32 – 33 Practice Test 4 32 - 33 Practice Test 5 33 Practice Test 6 33 PracticeTests Gulliver’s Travels2
  • 3. Gulliver’s Travels3 Chapter 5 advertise ‫يعلن‬ human ‫انسان‬ reply ‫رد‬ allow ‫يسمح‬ immediately ‫الحال‬ ‫في‬ request ‫طلب‬ amazed ‫مذھول‬ improve ‫يحسن‬ rude ‫وقح‬ angrily ‫بغضب‬ inn ‫حانه‬-‫فندق‬ run away ‫يھرب‬ attack ‫يھاجم‬ intelligent ‫ذكي‬ sell ‫يبيع‬ believe ‫يعتقد‬ join ‫يربط‬ send out of ‫يطرد‬ belong to ‫يخص‬ jump up ‫يقفز‬ servant ‫خادم‬ blanket ‫بطانية‬ kitchen ‫مطبخ‬ sewing ‫الخياطة‬ bow ‫ينحني‬ knife ‫سكينة‬ shelf ‫رف‬ branch ‫فرع‬ look at ‫الى‬ ‫ينظر‬ signs ‫اشارات‬ breathe ‫يتنفس‬ look happy ‫سعيدا‬ ‫يبدو‬ skeleton ‫عظمي‬ ‫ھيكل‬ call out to ‫على‬ ‫ينادي‬ lose weight ‫الوزن‬ ‫يفقد‬ skin ‫ج‬‫لد‬ capital city ‫العاصمة‬ loudly ‫عالى‬ ‫بصوت‬ sleeves ‫أكمام‬ closely ‫قرب‬ ‫عن‬ luck ‫الحظ‬ small holes ‫صغيرة‬ ‫فتحات‬ cruel ‫عنيف‬ lucky ‫محظوظ‬ smile ‫ي‬‫بتسم‬ cry ‫يصرخ‬ make clothes ‫مالبس‬ ‫يصنع‬ soft ‫ناعم‬ cupboard ‫دوالب‬ market ‫سوق‬ step ‫يخطو‬ defend ‫يدافع‬ mathematics ‫رياضيات‬ stool ‫مقعد‬ die ‫يموت‬ moon ‫القمر‬ storm ‫عاصفة‬ doll ‫دمية‬‫متحركة‬ named ‫يسمي‬ strangers ‫غرباء‬ dream ‫حلم‬ necessary ‫ضروري‬ suffer ‫يعاني‬ dress ‫يلبس‬ُ neck ‫رقبة‬ surprise ‫يندھش‬ drop ‫يسقط‬ُ neighbours ‫الجيران‬ swords ‫سيوف‬ earn money ‫مال‬ ‫يكسب‬ nut ‫بندق‬ teach ‫يعلم‬ education ‫تعليم‬ objects ‫اشياء‬ teeth ‫أسنان‬ enemy ‫عدو‬ of all ages ‫االعمار‬ ‫كل‬ ‫من‬ the public ‫العامة‬ enormous ‫ضخم‬ offer ‫يعرض‬ The size of ‫حجم‬ ‫في‬ exhausted ‫منھك‬ pack ‫يعب‬‫يء‬ thick ‫سميك‬ fill with ‫يمال‬ْ‫بـ‬ palace ‫قصر‬ tiny bed ‫صغير‬ ‫سرير‬ floor ‫ارضية‬ pass ‫يمر‬ toy ‫لع‬‫بة‬ fresh air ‫نقي‬ ‫ھواء‬ perform ‫يؤدي‬ trick ‫خدع‬ geography ‫جغرافيا‬ pick up ‫يلتقط‬ trousers ‫بنطلون‬ get down to ‫ينزل‬ pieces ‫قطع‬ true ‫حقيقي‬ giant ‫عم‬‫ال‬‫ق‬ plan ‫ي‬‫خطط‬ unfortunately ‫الحظ‬ ‫لسوء‬ give money ‫المال‬ ‫يعطي‬ plenty of ‫من‬ ‫كثير‬ village ‫قري‬‫ة‬ glasses ‫نظارة‬ point to ‫الى‬ ‫يشير‬ wake up ‫يستيقظ‬ gold ‫الذھب‬ private ‫خاص‬ welcome ‫يرحب‬ handkerchief ‫منديل‬ puppet ‫دمية‬ wider than ‫من‬ ‫أعرض‬ hire ‫يستأجر‬ queen ‫ملكة‬ wife ‫زوجة‬ hold up ‫يمسك‬–‫يرفع‬ rat ‫فأر‬ wives ‫زوجات‬ horrible ‫سيء‬–‫فظيع‬ realize ‫يدرك‬ wooden box ‫خشبي‬ ‫صندوق‬ Questions & Answers 1. How high from the ground did the baby giant drop Gulliver? - About ten metres. 2. Why wasn’t Gulliver hurt when the baby giant dropped him to the floor? - Because he landed on a soft blanket. 3. Gulliver was lucky when the baby dropped him. Explain - He landed on a soft blanket.
  • 4. Gulliver’s Travels4 4. To what extent was the farmer's face strange to Gulliver when the farmer looked at him closely? - He saw big lines in his skin and his hairs looked like branches of a tree. 5. Where did the farmer's wife take Gulliver? - To bed. 6. How was the farmer's wife kind to Gulliver? - The farmer's wife carried him to bed putting a handkerchief over his legs. 7. How big was the bed at the farmer’s house? - It was about eight meters high. 8. Why didn't Gulliver know how to get down to the floor from the bed? - Because it was about eight meters high. 9. How was the bed another problem facing Gulliver? - It was perhaps eight metres high. 10. Why didn't Gulliver call out for the farmer's wife to take him down the bed? - Because his voice would be too quiet. 11. Why wouldn't anyone hear Gulliver's voice? - Because the door was thick. 12. What did Gulliver see on the floor of the farmer’s bedroom? - He saw two rats of the size of two large dogs. 13. What did the rats do? - They jumped on the bed and began to attack Gulliver. 14. What did the teeth of the rat look like? - They were the size of swords. 15. How did Gulliver manage to defend himself against the two rats? - Gulliver used his knife to defend himself and succeeded in hurting one of the rats which ran away. 16. Why was the farmer's wife surprised when she entered the room? - Because she saw Gulliver sitting on the bed holding his knife. 17. Who was Glumdalclitch? - She was the farmer's daughter. She was nine years old. 18. What did the wife and her daughter make for Gulliver? - A tiny bed. 19. Where did they put the bed for Gulliver in the farmer’s bedroom? - On a low shelf inside a cupboard. 20. How did the wife and her daughter make Gulliver safe from rats? - They prepared a tiny bed for Gulliver and put it on a low shelf inside a cupboard. 21. What was Glumdalclitch's hobby? - She loved sewing. 22. How many clothes did Glumdalclitch make Gulliver? - Seven shirts and four pairs of trousers. 23. What did the girl teach Gulliver? How? - She taught him their language by pointing to things and saying their names. 24. What did the girl call Gulliver? - She called him “Grildrig” . 25. How far was Glumdalclitch useful to Gulliver? - Glumdalclitch made clothes for Gulliver. She taught him their language. 26. What did the farmer's neighbours hear of? - They heard that the farmer found a tiny human that could speak, walk and do what he was asked to do. 27. What did Gulliver say to the old neighbour? - He said he was pleased to meet him and. 28. How did Gulliver describe the man's eyes? - He said that they looked like two giant moons. 29. Why was the farmer's friend angry? - Because he thought that Gulliver was laughing at him. 30. What did the farmer's friend suggest concerning Gulliver? - He suggested that the farmer could make Gulliver work to earn money for him. 31. What could Gulliver do according to the farmer's friend 's ideas? -The farmer could take him to the market for people to see him. 32. What was Glumdalclitch's impression about taking Gulliver to the market? - She was worried. 33. Why was Glumdalclitch worried about taking Gulliver to the market? - She was afraid that people might play with Gulliver and break his arms or drop him 34. How did the farmer comfort his daughter about taking Gulliver to the market? - He told her he would be fine and asked her to think of the money they might get. 35. Where did the farmer put Gulliver on the way to the market? - In a small wooden box. 36. How long did it take to go to the market? - Half an hour. 37. Why did the box have three holes? -To help Gulliver breathe and to look out. 38. How did Gulliver feel when he was in the box? Why? -He felt as if he were on a ship in a storm because the horse was fast. 39. What was the advertisement say?
  • 5. -It said that there was a tiny human who could say things and perform for the public. 40. Where could people see Gulliver's show? - In an inn next to the market. 41. How many people could see Gulliver at a time? - About thirty people. 42. What was Gulliver's role in the show? - He welcomed people, walked up and down and answered questions. 43. Give examples of the questions that Glumdalclitch ask Gulliver. - What his name was. - How high could he jump. - She asked him if he could name things in the room. 44. What did the school boy throw on Gulliver? - He threw a nut. the size of a large rock. 45. What happened to the boy who threw the nut? - He was sent out of the room. 46. How many groups was Gulliver shown to every day? - Twelve different groups. 47. Why didn't Gulliver and the farmer return to the market the next day? - Because Gulliver was too tired that he rested for three days. 48. Why couldn't Gulliver completely rest at the farmer's house? - Because the neighbours paid to see Gulliver. 49. Why was the farmer very happy? - Because he got a lot of money. 50. What was the destination of the long journey? - It was to the capital city. 51. When did they start the journey to the capital? - On 17th August 1703. 52. How did the girl help to make Gulliver rest? - She told her father that she was tired and sometimes took him out to get some air. 53. How many rivers did Gulliver see on his journey? - five or six rivers. 54. When did they finally reach the capital city? - After ten weeks. 55. What was the capital called? - Lorbrulgrud. 56. What happened to Gulliver because of hard work? - He lost a lot of weight and was tired and felt ill. 57. What did the farmer notice? - He saw that Gulliver looked like a skeleton. 58. What did the servant from the palace tell the farmer? - He asked him to go to the place to show Gulliver to the queen? 59. What did Gulliver do when he saw the queen? - He bowed to her. 60. What was the queen's offer to Gulliver? - She offered him to live in the palace. 61. What was Gulliver's request from the queen? - He asked her to let him keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher. 62. What did the king think when he saw Gulliver? - He thought he was a toy. 63. What did The King tell the Queen? - The King told her that a clever farmer had tricked her into giving him money. 64. How did Gulliver see The King? - The king had a very good education and knew everything about mathematics and the history and geography of his land. Quotations 1. “I was in a room full of giants and a baby giant." 1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver. 2 – What did the baby do with Gulliver? - The baby dropped him from ten meters to the ground. 3 – How was Gulliver lucky? - He landed on a soft blanket. 2. “How are you Sir? I am very pleased to meet you?" 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - Gulliver to the farmer's friend. 2 – What did the man ask Gulliver to do? - He asked him to walk up and down and to name things. 3 – What did the man do? - He put on his glasses to see Gulliver better. 3. “Why is this little man laughing at me.? Does he think he is being clever? He should not be so rude? 1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer's friend. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the farmer. 3 – In the man's opinion how was Gulliver rude? Gulliver’s Travels5 - He was rude when he saw the man's eyes and laughed.
  • 6. Gulliver’s Travels6 4. " Well if he is so clever, you should make him work '' 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's friend to the farmer. 2 – About whom was he talking? - He was talking about Gulliver. 3 – Why should Gulliver work? - To earn money for the farmer. 5. “How can I do that?" 1 – Who asked that question? - The farmer asked his friend. 2 – What did he mean? - He asked him how to make Gulliver work and earn money. 3 – What did the man suggest? - He suggested taking Gulliver to the market. 6. “Why don't you take him to the market?" 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's friend to the farmer. 2 – To whom was he referring? - He was referring to Gulliver. 3 – What would Gulliver do there? - He would walk and talk to make people pay money. 7. “That is a really good idea; I will take him there and do what you suggest." 1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer. 2 – About whom was he speaking? - He was speaking about Gulliver. 3 – Who suggested the idea? - The farmer's friend. 8. “Father, what if the people at the market are cruel to Grildrig." 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer's daughter Glumdalclitch to her father. 2 – Who was Grildrig? - He was Gulliver. 3 – How would people be cruel according to her? - They might pick him up and play with him. They might break his arms or drop him. 9. “He will be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him!!" 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The farmer to his daughter. 2 – Who will be fine? - Gulliver. 3 – How would they get money? - By taking Gulliver to the market. 10. “Let me come with you, I can be Grildrig's guard." 1 – Who was the speaker? - The farmer's daughter 2 – To whom was she speaking? - To her father. 3 – Why would she be a guard to Gulliver? - To check that people wouldn't hurt him. 11. “What is your name? How high can you jump? Can you name the things in this room? 1 – Who asked this question? - Glumdalclitch . 2 – Who answered the questions? - Gulliver. 3 – What did the people around them do? - The people watched and laughed. 12. “Thank you. Finally, say goodbye to the good people who come to see you."" 1 – Who was the speaker? - Glumdalclitch to Gulliver. 2 – When did she say this? - At the end of the show. 3 – What did Gulliver say to the people? - He said goodbye and thanked them all. 13. “Goodbye everyone and thank you very much your visit." 1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the people who attended the show. 3 – When did he say these words? - At the end of the show when the girl asked him. 14. I am very pleased to meet you." 1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to the queen of the country. 3 – What was the queen's reaction? - She smiled and asked him some questions about him and his land. 15. “You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size." 1 – Who was the speaker? - The queen. 2 – To whom was she speaking? - She was speaking to Gulliver. 3 – What did she offer him? - She offered him to live in the palace with the king and her family. 16. “That is a very kind offer however I belong to the farmer, I would be happy to live with you, but only if the farmer agrees.” 1 – Who said these words? - Gulliver to the queen.
  • 7. 2 – What was that offer? - To live with her and her family in the palace. 3 – What was the farmer's opinion? - He agreed because he thought Gulliver was ill and would die and sold him for a thousand pieces of gold. 17. “Go and get the money he needs." 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The queen to the servants. 2 – Who took the coins? - The farmer took them. 3 – Why did she give him the money? - As a price for selling Gulliver. 18. “I am very happy now that you are my owner; can I ask one small request?" 1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver to the queen. 2 – Who was the previous owner? - The previous owner was the farmer. 3 – What was the request? - Gulliver asked the queen to let him keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher as she was very kind to him. 19. " It's time I said goodbye to you," 1 – Who said these words? - The farmer. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - He was speaking to Gulliver. 3 – What did he say to Gulliver? - He said that he was a lucky man who would be looked after in the palace. 20. “Why didn't you say goodbye to him?" 1 – Who said this and to whom? - The queen to Gulliver. 2 – About whom was she talking? - About the farmer. 3 – Why didn't Gulliver say goodbye to him? - Because he made him work hard for money only and he suffered a lot and he only sold him because he thought he would die. 21. “He only sold me because he thinks I will soon die. But I am sure you will help me to get better and my life will be improved." 1 – Who was the speaker? - Gulliver. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - To the queen. 3 – Did the queen understand him? - Yes, she understood although Gulliver couldn't speak her language very well. 22. “What is this? Why have you brought me a toy? " 1 – Who was the speaker? - The king to the queen. 2 – About whom was he speaking? - He was speaking about Gulliver. 3 – What was the king’s reaction? -He said that the farmer had tricked the queen. 23. “I believe that clever farmer has tricked you." 1 – Who was the speaker? - The king. 2 – To whom? - To the queen. 3 – How did the farmer trick her? - By taking all that money for selling Gulliver. Mistake Correction Find the mistake in each of the following sentences: 1- The Baby giant dropped Gulliver two meters from the ground. 2-Gulliver was lucky to land on a soft handkerchief. 3-Gulliver was habbly as he dreamt of his family. 4-The box was 8m high, so Gulliver couldn't get down to the ground. 5-Gulliver's voice was too loud for anyone to hear. 6-Two giant dogs jumped onto Gulliver's bed. 7-Only by using a gun, Gulliver could frighten the giant rats. 8-The farmer's wife made Gulliver some shirts and trousers. 9-Gulliver's bed was put in a box to protect him from rats. 10-The old man could earn money by showing Gulliver to the people at the market. 11- When Gulliver'S work was finally finished, he felt happy. 12-The farmer could earn a lot of fame from Gulliver'S work. 13-he farmer wanted to show his daughter to more people. 14-Gulliver was carried in a small bag fined with soft blankets. 15-During the journey to the capital, the farmer was kind to Gulliver. Gulliver’s Travels7 16- It took the farmer and Gulhver 10 months to reach the capital.
  • 8. 17-The king thought Gulliver would die as he looked like a skeleton. 18-The king sent a servant to ask the farmer to take Gulliver to the palace. 19 -Gulliver said goodbye to the farmer. 20-The king thought the fanner had tricked the Queen by selling Glumdalclitch to her. Questions of the Set Book A. Answer the following questions: 1. Why didn’t Gulliver get hurt when the baby dropped him? - He landed on a soft blanket. 2. What happened to Gulliver when he was in the bedroom? - Two rats the size of large dogs attacked him. 3. What did the farmer’s daughter Glumdalclitch do for Gulliver? - She helped prepare a small bed for him. She sewed clothes for him and taught him their language. 4. Who suggested that the farmer take Gulliver to the market and have people pay to see him? Why did he say this? Why did Gulliver say “unfortunately” the farmer agreed to the idea? - The farmer’s friend suggested this. He said it because he was angry that Gulliver laughed at him. Gulliver said “unfortunately” because the work was very hard. He had to perform for strangers many times in one day. Also the journey was uncomfortable. 5. For how long did Gulliver travel around the country with the farmer and his daughter? - He travelled around the country for ten weeks. 6. Why did Gulliver become ill and tired? - He had to perform many times a day for the people who came to see him. The farmer made him work a lot and didn’t realize how tiring it was for him. 7. Why was the farmer so willing to sell Gulliver to the Queen? - He saw that Gulliver was losing weight and felt ill and tired. He thought Gulliver would die soon. 8. How did Gulliver feel towards the farmer and towards his daughter? - He didn’t like the farmer because he made Gulliver work very hard and only wanted to make money. But he liked Glumdalclitch because she took care of him. He asked the Queen to let her stay as his teacher. 9. What did the King think when he saw Gulliver? Why did he not believe Gulliver’s story? -He thought Gulliver was a toy. The King had a very good education (and knew everything about mathematics and the history and geography of his land). He did not believe Gulliver’s story because it did not agree with what the King already knew. B.Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements. 1. Gulliver killed the rats that attacked him. (F) - He hurt one and they both ran away. 2. The farmer’s daughter taught Gulliver their language. (T) 3. The farmer took Gulliver to the market the day after he found him. (F) - He took him after several weeks. 4. They travelled to the market in a ship. (F) - They travelled by horse and Gulliver was in a box. 5. It was difficult for Gulliver to travel around the country. (T) 6. Gulliver was not sad to leave the farmer. (T) 7. The farmer asked the Queen if his daughter could stay as Gulliver’s teacher. (F) - Gulliver asked the Queen. 8. Glumdalclitch was sad to leave her father. (F) - She was excited to have a job at the palace. 9. When the King first saw Gulliver, he thought he was a toy. (T) 10. The farmer tricked the Queen into buying Gulliver. (F) - He didn’t trick her but the King thought he had. D. Read this quotation and answer the questions: “Well if he’s so clever, you should make him work so that you can earn some money from him.” 1. Who said this to whom? - The farmer’s friend said this to the farmer. 2. Who is he talking about and what is his suggestion for earning money? Gulliver’s Travels8 - He is talking about Gulliver. The farmer will make people pay to see him.
  • 9. 3. Do you think this was a good idea for the farmer and for Gulliver? - It was a good idea for the farmer because he made some money. It was not a good idea for Gulliver because it was uncomfortable and he had to perform a lot. After this the farmer got greedy. Test Yourself Answer the following questions: 1- How did Gulliver benefit from his knife? 2- What did Gulliver do when the farmer's wife saw him holding his knife? 3- Why did the farmer's wife and her daughter put Gulliver's bed in a cupboard? 4- How was Glumdalclitch so kind to Gulliver at home? 5- What did the farmer's neighbours hear about Gulliver? 6- How did the farmer's old friend punish Gulliver for his laugh at him? 7- Why did the farmer decide to take Gulliver to the market? 8- Why was Glumdalclitch worried about Gulliver? 9- Where was Gulliver put during the way to the market? 10- How was Gulliver able to breathe while being in a small box? 11- Glumdalclitch tried to make Gulliver's journey to the market comfortable but it wasn't. How was that? 12- What did the farmer ask a friend to advertise when they reached an inn? 13- How was Glumdalclitch helpful to Gulliver on performing in the inn? 14- Why was the school boy in the inn sent out of the room? 15- Why was Gulliver exhausted and had to rest for three days? 16- Show that the farmer was greedy and heartless.cas ‫قل‬ ‫وبال‬ ‫طماع‬‫ب‬ 17- How far was the capital city away from the farm? 18- Why did Glumdalclitch put more dolls in Gulliver's box on his way to the capital city? 19- What did Gulliver see on his journey to the capital city? 20- Why did the farmer agree to sell Gulliver to the Queen? Quotations 1) "That's a chair, this is a table and that's a window" a) Who said this, to whom? b) Who taught the speaker these words? c) Where were they? 2) "Why is this little man laughing at me? Does he think he's being clever? He shouldn't be so rude" a) Who was the speaker, to whom? b) About whom was the speaker talking? c) Why was the speaker so angry? 3) "Well if he's so clever, you should make him work so that you can earn some money from him"· a) Who said these words, to whom'? b) What does "he" refer to? c) What kind of work did the speaker suggest'? 4-"Let me come with you then. I can be Grildrig's guard, to check people won't hurt him" a) Who said this, to whom'? b) Why was the speaker worried about Grildrig? c) Why were the people expected to show interest in Grildrig? 5-"Thank you. Finally, say Goodbye to the good people who have come to see you" a) Who was the speaker, to whom? b) Why did the speaker really insist on going with the listener? c) Where were they? 6-"How are you sir?" 'I'm pleased to meet you." a) Who said this to whom? b) Where was it said? c) What did the speaker do soon after that? 7- ''Well if he's so clever, you should make him work so that you can cam some money from him." a) Who said this to whom? b) What does "him" refer to? c) Why was the speaker angry? 8-"He'll be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him!" a) Who said this to whom? b) What does "He" refer to? c) Why did the speaker say this sentence? Gulliver’s Travels9 9-"Let me come with you, then I can be Grildrig's guard, to check that people don't hurt him."
  • 10. Gulliver’s Travels10 a) Who said this to whom? b) Who was "Grildrig"? c) What does this sentence prove? 10-"My name is Gulliver, although my friends here call me Grildrig." a) Where was Gulliver at that moment? b) What was he doing? c) What does "Grildrig" mean in their language? 11"That's a very kind offer. However I belong to the farmer." a) Who said this to whom? b) What was that offer? c) What did the farmer do? 12-"You're a lucky little man. You'll be well looked after here." a) who said this to whom? b) Why was the addressed person lucky? c) Did the addressed person say goodbye to the speaker? 13-"What's this? Why have you brought me a toy?" a) Who said this to whom? b) What toy was the speaker talking about? c) Why did the speaker say that? 14- "I'm very pleased to meet you" a) Who said this to whom? b) Where were they? c) What was the occasion? 15- "You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size" a) Who was the speaker, to whom? b) Where did it happen? c) What was the speaker's decision? 16 "I would be happy to live with you, but only if the farmer agrees to it" a) Who said these words? Who was the addressee? b) What was the occasion? c) Why was the speaker happy about that? 17- "Can I ask you one small request?" a) Who said this, to whom? b) What was the request? c) What was the speaker's reply to the request? 18- "Well, it's time I said Goodbye to you" a) Who said these words to whom? b) Where were they? c) What was the listener's reaction? Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it : 1 – Gulliver was badly injured when he fell to the floor. 2 – Gulliver landed in a hard blanket. 3 – Gulliver didn't call out because everyone would hear him. 4 – Gulliver saw two dogs on the floor. 5 – Gulliver used his scissors to defend himself. 6 – The farmer's wife made Gulliver a big bed. 7 – The girl taught Gulliver how to cook. 8 – The girl made Gulliver seven T-shirts and four pairs of trousers. 9 – Grildrig means theatre. 10 – The farmer's wife advised him to take Gulliver to the market. 11 – The farmer put Gulliver in a golden box. 12 – In the box Gulliver could breathe through three poles. 13 – The rivers that Gulliver saw were all narrower than the Nile. 14 – The king offered Gulliver to live in the palace. 15 – Gulliver asked the queen to keep Glumdalclitch as a wife. 16 – The king thought that the farmer was kind. 17 – The farmer's wife put Gulliver on a bed and covered his leg by a blanket. 18 – The rats didn't attack Gulliver. 19 – The farmer sold Gulliver for no money. 20 – The queen didn't smile at Gulliver.
  • 11. Gulliver’s Travels11 Chapter 6 aged ‫الع‬ ‫من‬ ‫بالغ‬‫مر‬ friendship ‫صداقة‬ push ‫يدفع‬ allow ‫يسمح‬/‫يمكن‬ frighten ‫يخيف‬ rescue ‫ينقذ‬ apple trees ‫التفاح‬ ‫أشجار‬ full of ‫بـ‬ ‫مملوء‬ rewards ‫مكافأة‬ argument ‫جدال‬ further ‫أكثر‬/‫أبعد‬ ride ‫يركب‬ attack ‫يھاجم‬/‫ھجوم‬ gardener ‫بستاني‬ river ‫نھر‬ baby ‫رضيع‬ ‫طفل‬ gently ‫بلطف‬/‫ب‬‫رقة‬ roof ‫سقف‬ bee ‫نحلة‬ grab ‫يجذب‬/‫يشد‬ rough ‫خشن‬ bones ‫عظام‬ grass ‫عشب‬ run away ‫يھرب‬/‫يبتعد‬ bottom ‫قاع‬ hail ‫من‬ ‫بوابل‬ ‫يمطر‬ scholars ‫العلماء‬ bowl ‫اناء‬/‫سلطانية‬ harbour ‫مرسي‬/‫ميناء‬ servant ‫خادم‬ branch ‫فرع‬ hole ‫فتحة‬/‫ثقب‬/‫جحر‬ Shake–shook- shaken ‫يھز‬/‫يرج‬/‫يرفض‬ brave ‫شجاع‬ horrified ‫مرعوب‬ silver ‫فضة‬ breeze ‫نسيم‬ insect ‫حشرة‬ small lake ‫صغيرة‬ ‫بحيرة‬ Brobdingnag ‫الجزيرة‬ ‫اسم‬ jacket ‫جاكيت‬ smell ‫يشم‬ bruises ‫كدمات‬ keep ‫يحفظ‬/‫يحافظ‬/‫يربي‬ soft ‫ناعم‬/‫طري‬/‫لين‬ by chance ‫بالمصادفة‬ knock ‫يطرق‬/‫يھزم‬/‫يوقع‬ special ‫خاص‬ capital city ‫العاصمة‬ ladders ‫معدنية‬ ‫أو‬ ‫خشبية‬ ‫ساللم‬ squeeze ‫يعصر‬/‫يضغط‬/‫ضغط‬ carpenter ‫نجار‬ lady ‫سيدة‬ stand ‫يقف‬ climb up ‫يصعد‬ laugh at ‫من‬ ‫يسخر‬ stings ‫لدغات‬ closer look ‫قرب‬ ‫عن‬ ‫نظرة‬ lie north ‫شماال‬ ‫يقع‬ stone ‫حجر‬ confused ‫متحير‬/‫مرتبك‬ lift ‫ير‬‫فع‬/‫مصعد‬ strongly ‫بقوة‬ cream ‫كريم‬/‫قشدة‬ liquid ‫سائل‬ suddenly ‫فجأة‬ cruel ‫قاسي‬ lock ‫قفل‬/‫يقفل‬/‫يحبس‬ sweet things ‫حلوة‬ ‫أشياء‬ cupboard ‫دوالب‬ luckily ‫الحظ‬ ‫لحسن‬ sword ‫سيف‬ dinning room ‫المائدة‬ ‫حجرة‬ master ‫سيد‬ take out of ‫من‬ ‫يخرج‬ distance ‫مسافة‬ meals ‫وجبا‬‫ت‬ the rest ‫الباقي‬ do damage ‫يتلف‬ meanwhile ‫االثناء‬ ‫تلك‬ ‫في‬ the size of ‫حجم‬ ‫مثل‬ drop ‫يسقط‬/‫يوقع‬ middle ‫وسط‬ thick ‫سميك‬/‫كثيف‬ drown ‫يغرق‬ moment ‫لحظة‬ tiny ‫جدا‬ ‫صغير‬/‫ضئيل‬ enormous ‫ضخم‬ monkey ‫قرد‬ top ‫قمة‬ entertainment ‫ترفيه‬/‫تسلية‬ mountain ‫جبل‬ towards ‫ت‬‫جاة‬/‫ناحية‬ eventually ‫أخيرا‬ nail ‫ظفر‬/‫مسمار‬ travels ‫أسفار‬/‫رحالت‬ explore ‫يستكشف‬ on horse ‫حصان‬ ‫علي‬ trick ‫يخدع‬/‫خدعة‬ face ‫وجه‬/‫يواجه‬ on the back ‫ظھر‬ ‫علي‬ unable ‫قادر‬ ‫غير‬ fasten to ‫بـ‬ ‫يربط‬ parks ‫منتزھات‬ uncomfortable ‫مريح‬ ‫غير‬ feed ‫يطعم‬ pat ‫يربت‬)‫ي‬‫طبطب‬( volcano ‫بركان‬ feet ‫أقدام‬ pray ‫يصلي‬/‫يدعو‬ wave ‫بيدة‬ ‫يلوح‬ fight ‫شجار‬/‫قتال‬/‫يقاتل‬ promise ‫يعد‬/‫وعدا‬ ‫يعطي‬ wind ‫رياح‬/‫يتعرج‬/‫يشحن‬ fly away ‫بعيدا‬ ‫يطير‬ protect ‫يحمي‬ wisest ‫حكمة‬ ‫االكثر‬ freedom ‫حرية‬ punish ‫يعاقب‬ wood ‫خشب‬/‫غابة‬ friendly ‫ودود‬ punishment ‫عقاب‬ worst ‫األسوأ‬ Questions & Answers 1. What did the king decide when he saw Gulliver on his first day in the palace? - He decided to ask for the advice of the best scholars in the land 2. What did the three scholars conclude after examining Gulliver?
  • 12. Gulliver’s Travels12 - They didn't understand how Gulliver could be so small and yet stay alive in their country. He was not very strong or very fast, and his teeth were too small to eat anything unless he ate insects. 3. How did Gulliver defend himself against what the scholars said? - Gulliver said that there were many people like him in his country and they lived easily . 4. What was the scholars' comment on Gulliver's talk? - They laughed and said that Gulliver had been taught to say that by the farmer. 5.Why did the king ask to see the farmer? - To make sure he didn’t teach Gulliver what to say. 6. Why did the king agree that Glumdalclitch stay as a teacher for Gulliver? - Because she liked Gulliver greatly. 7.How could Gulliver have a lovely house? - The palace carpenter made Gulliver a home. 8.What was Gulliver's home like? - The roof could be lifted so a bed could be put inside .It had two little chairs, two tables and some cupboards to put things in .The walls were soft 9.Why did the carpenter make the walls soft? - So that Gulliver wouldn't hurt himself. 10. How was the key useful? - Gulliver used it to lock the door to stop any rats or insects from entering. 11. What were Gulliver's clothes made of? - They were made of the best cotton. 12. How was the Queen very kind to Gulliver? - She asked him to sit with her when she ate. 13. What was Gulliver's comment when he saw the meal of the Queen's daughters? - A meal for one of the two daughters was big enough to feed 20 farmers in his land. 14. What did the king ask Gulliver when he joined them on Wednesday? - About his country's education and government .What they did for entertainment. How they worked and where they lived. 15. What couldn't the king believe about Gulliver's country? - He couldn't believe that people who were so small to have houses, cities, clothes, jobs, rewards, prizes, arguments and fights. 16. Why did Gulliver say that he couldn't do anything about the king? - Gulliver understood that he was too small to do anything. 17. What was Gulliver's opinion about the king's country? - The king's country was very like Gulliver's country .It was just much bigger. 18. What was the attitude of the people in the palace towards Gulliver? - Most people in the palace were kind to Gulliver except for one servant. 19. What evil act did that servant do to Gulliver? - He dropped Gulliver into a bowl of cream. He put Gulliver’s legs into a bone. He shook a tree and apples fell on Gulliver. 20. How was Gulliver lucky to escape the cream accident? -Gulliver was a good swimmer and Glumdalclitch rescued. 21. How did the Queen punish the servant for dropping Gulliver into a bowl of cream? - She asked the servant to wash all the cream from Gulliver's clothes. 22. What was the second cruel trick the servant played on Gulliver? - He pushed Gulliver’s legs into the hole of a bone. 23. Why did the Queen see that Gulliver wasn't very brave? - Because Gulliver was afraid of the bees. 24. What did Gulliver do when three bees flew in through his window? - Gulliver pulled out his sword and attacked them; cutting off the sting of one of them. 25. Why couldn’t people pass the mountains in the north? - Because the mountains were forty kilometres high and most of them were volcanoes. 26. Why didn't anyone travel to other countries? - The seas were all too rough for boats to go out into them. 27. Why didn't they need to get fish from seas? - Because their rivers were full of fish. 28. How many cities were there in the king's country? - There were fifty one cities in the country and a great many towns and villages. 29. What do you know about the capital? - The capital city, Lorbrulgrud, lied on a river and had 80,000 houses. 30. Where did Glumdalclitch take Gulliver? - She took Gulliver out for rides on her horse through the city and into the city parks 31. How did Glumdalclitch carry Gulliver? - She carried Gulliver in a special box that the Queen's carpenter had made for him.
  • 13. 32. What was the box like? - Inside the box there were a table and two chairs, fastened to the floor so they didn't move. 33. What did the people in the city ask Glumdalclitch? - They asked her to see Gulliver. 34. How did Gulliver escape from the bird's danger? - He frightened it away with his sword. 35. The huge hole was a problem to Gulliver. Discuss. - Gulliver found it very difficult to get out of it. 36. Why did the hail affect Gulliver badly? - Because each hail was the size of a tennis ball and it hurt greatly when they hit him. 37. What was Gulliver's worst accident? - A dog took him in its mouth and ran to its master. 38. How was Gulliver lucky to escape the dog's danger? - When the dog dropped him by the feet of its master, he picked Gulliver up quickly 39. What was Glumdalclitch reaction on hearing about that accident? - She was horrified but she didn't tell the Queen, thinking that she would be angry. 40. What did Glumdalclitch decide after Gulliver's accidents? - She promised that she would never leave him alone again . 41. Why wasn’t Gulliver pleased to hear that promise? - Because he needed his own space and freedom. 42. Why did the Queen ask the palace carpenter to make Gulliver a boat? - To show them how he was agood sailor. 43. Where did Gulliver sail the boat? - He sailed it in a small lake in the garden. 44. How did the Queen help Gulliver escape the danger of the frog? - She grabbed Gulliver to stop him from falling into water. 45. Why did the Queen put the boat on a nail on the wall? - To dry in the sun 46. What was the biggest danger for Gulliver at that time? - It was from a monkey. 47. How did the monkey get hold of Gulliver? - The monkey saw Gulliver through the open window and got hold of his jacket and pulled him. 48. Why did Gulliver decide not to move or escape from the monkey? - Because the monkey squeezed him hard. 49. What did the monkey do when Glumdalclitch opened the door into the room? - The monkey jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the roof of the palace. 50. How did the servants try to save Gulliver? - They used long wooden ladders 51. How did the monkey try to feed Gulliver on the highest part of the roof? - The monkey tried to feed him on some nuts. 52. Why did the servants laugh at the monkey's doing? - Because the monkey patted Gulliver gently when he refused to eat. 53. When did the monkey leave Gulliver? - When the monkey heard the servants getting nearer. 54. How far was the top of the palace for Gulliver? - The roof was as high as a mountain . 55. Why did Gulliver pray when the wind blew? - Gulliver hoped the servants could get him down before the wind blew him off the roof. Quotations 1. “I can't understand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country." 1 – Who was the speaker? - One of the three scholars who came to examine Gulliver. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - To the other men and the king. 3 – About whom was he speaking? - He was referring to Gulliver. 2. “The man is not very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small.” 1 – Who was the speaker? - One of the three scholars who came to examine Gulliver. 2 – About whom? - About Gulliver. 3 – What did Gulliver explain to them? - He explained that there were many people like him in his country. 3. “But that is impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer." 1 – Who said this? - The oldest and wisest scholar. Gulliver’s Travels13 2 – What was the impossible thing?
  • 14. - The impossible thing was what Gulliver said about himself and his country. 3 – What did the king do when he heard this? - He asked to see the farmer. 4. “It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your country is true.” 1 – Who was the speaker? - The King of Brobdingnag. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver. 3 – What was the king's decision? - He said that the queen could keep Gulliver. 5. “So, I don't mind if she stays here as your teacher." 1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The king to Gulliver. 2 – About whom were they talking? - About Glumdalclitch. 3 – What was Glumdalclitch's reaction? - She was happy and pleased. 6. “You know, I can't believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities.” 1 – Who said these words? - The king of Brobdingnag. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver. 3 – What was Gulliver's reaction? - He thought that the king was laughing at his country and began to feel angry. 7. “Let me tell you more about my country." 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? - The king to Gulliver. 2 – What did he tell Gulliver? - He told him that there were mountains in the north that are 40 meters high. 3 – What did the king say about these mountains? - He said they couldn't pass these mountains because many of them were volcanoes. 8. “We never travelled to other countries." 1 – Who was the speaker? - The king of Brobdingnag. 2 – To whom was he speaking? - To Gulliver. 3 – Why couldn't they travel to other countries? - Because the seas were all so rough and not safe for boats to sail. 9. “So we don't need to go fishing in the seas." 1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The king to Gulliver. 2 – How did they get their fish? - They got the fish from the rivers. 3 – Why was it difficult to go fishing in the seas? - Because they were rough and not safe. 10. “You must be a good sailor." 1 – Who said these words and to whom? - The queen to Gulliver. 2 – When did the speaker say this? - When Gulliver told her about his travels on the seas. 3 – What did the queen order? - She ordered the carpenter to make Gulliver a boat. 11. “Quick! The monkey has got hold of Grildrig" 1 – Who said these words and to whom? - Glumdalclitch to the servants. 2 – Who was Grildrig? - He was Gulliver. 3 – Was the monkey kind to Gulliver? - Yes, it was very kind as it didn't hurt him. Mistake Correction Find the mistake in each of the following sentences: 1 – The king was angry and faithful when he met Gulliver. 2 – The king asked the advice of the best sailors about Gulliver. 3 – The king said that the scholars were right about what they said about Gulliver. 4 – The king minded if Glumdalclitch stayed with Gulliver. 5 – The carpenter made Gulliver a house the size of a ball 6 – The roof of the house couldn't be lifted. 7 – The window was the smallest thing ever made in the palace. 8 – The key of the house was fitted to Gulliver's leg. 9 – They used the best linen to make Gulliver's clothes. 10 – The queen had three daughters. 11 – A meal for one of the two daughters could feed twelve farmers in Gulliver's country. 12 – Every Friday the king would join them . Gulliver’s Travels14 13 – Most people in the palace were cruel to Gulliver.
  • 15. 14 – The bad servant put Gulliver into a towel of cream. 15 – The queen punished Gulliver for hurting the servant. 16 – Gulliver used his knife to attack the bees. 17 – The mountains are in the south of the country. 18 – The people get their fish from the seas. 19 – A bear smelled Gulliver and took him in its mouth. 20 – The monkey was unkind to Gulliver. Questions of the Set Book A. Answer these questions. 1. What did the King think of Gulliver at first? What made him decide that Gulliver was telling the truth? -The King could not believe that such a small person could live or that there could be a whole country of such small people. But he asked the farmer, his daughter, and the Queen about Gulliver and decided that what he said was true. 2. Where did Gulliver stay in the palace? Describe it? - The palace carpenter made him a home. It was the size of the box the farmer had used to carry Gulliver. It had a door and large windows. The walls were soft and the roof could be lifted up. 3. Who did Gulliver eat with? - He ate with the Queen, her daughters and Glumdalclitch, and on Wednesdays the King joined them. 4. What were some of the bad things that happened to Gulliver at the palace? - One servant dropped him into cream. Later he made apples fall off a tree onto Gulliver. A dog caught him in its mouth. He fell into a hole made by an animal. The bees were very large to him, and once some bees came into his house. A monkey carried him up to the top of the roof. 5. After Gulliver was picked up by the dog, Glumdalclitch promised never to leave him alone again. Gulliver was not pleased to hear this. Why was that so? - Perhaps he wanted more privacy, some time to be alone. 6. What did Gulliver learn about the geography of the country? - There were mountains to the north and no one had ever crossed them. No one knew what was on the other side. There were no harbours, so no ships came from other lands. They got their fish from rivers and didn’t go out to sea. There were fifty-one cities. 7. Where did the monkey take Gulliver? - It took him to the top of the roof of the palace. Then it left him there and ran away. B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements. 1. The scholars thought it was impossible for there to be a land full of small people. (T) 2. Gulliver took all his meals with the King and Queen. (F) - The King ate with them on Wednesdays. He usually ate with the Queen, her daughters and Glumdalclitch. 3. The King enjoyed talking with Gulliver and asking about his country. (T) 4. Gulliver felt angry when the King laughed at his own country. (T) 5. The country of the giants has only one harbour. (F) - It has no harbours. 6. The giants have never travelled outside their country. (T) 7. The Queen had a sailing boat made for Gulliver so he could leave the country. (F) - She had it made so he could enjoy himself (sailing in a lake in her garden). 8. His boat was nearly overturned when a frog jumped into the lake. (T) 9. The monkey came into Gulliver’s house. (F) - It came into the room where his house was. 10. The monkey carried Gulliver up onto the roof of the palace. (T) E. Read this quotation and answer the questions. “I cannot believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities, clothes and jobs, rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!” 1. Who said this to whom? - The King said this to one of his advisers. 2. How did Gulliver feel when he heard this? - He began to feel angry because the King was laughing at Gulliver’s country. 3. What else did Gulliver realise when he heard this? Gulliver’s Travels15 - He realised that the King’s country was like Gulliver’s only much bigger.
  • 16. Test Yourself Answer the following questions: 1 – What is Brobdingnag? 2 – Why did the king of Brobdingnag look angry and confused? 3 – Why did the king ask for the advice of the best scholars? 4 – Who came to examine Gulliver? 5 – What did one of the men expect Gulliver to eat? 6 – Why did the king want to see the farmer? 7 – What did the king do after discussing the farmer? 8 – What did the king say concerning Glumdalclitch? 9 – What was Glumdalclitch given in the palace? 10 – What did the queen ask from the palace carpenter? 11 – How big was Gulliver's home? 12 - Describe Gulliver's home? 13 – Why were the walls of the house soft? 14 – Why did the carpenter make a key to the house? 15 – Where could Gulliver keep the key? 16 – Why didn't Gulliver want the key to be with Glumdalclitch? 17 – What did they make Gulliver? 18 – How was the queen friendly to Gulliver? 19 – How old were the queen's two daughters? 20 – Why was it strange for Gulliver to see the daughters eating? 21 – When did the king join them? 22 – Why did the king laugh and talk to one of his advisers? 23 – How did most people in the palace feel towards Gulliver? 24 – How did the servant deal with Gulliver? 25 – Who saved Gulliver from drowning in the cream bowl? 26 – Why didn't Gulliver drown in the bowl of cream? 27 – What happened to Gulliver after the accident? 28 – What did the queen do with the servant? 29 - When did Gulliver begin to hate ice cream? 30 – Did the servant stop dealing with Gulliver badly? 31 – What was Gulliver's biggest problem? 32 – What did the three bees do one day? 33 – How did Gulliver defend himself? 34 – What did the king say to Gulliver about his country? 35 – Why couldn't anyone pass these mountains? 36 – Did anyone know what lied behind these mountains? 37 – What else did he say about his country? 38 – Why wasn't it safe for boats to go into the seas? 39 – Why hadn't they never travelled to other countries? 40 – Why didn't they have to go fishing in the seas? Quotations 1-"I can't understand how a man can be so small and yet stay alive in our country." a) Who said that? To whom? b) About whom did he talk? 2-"The man isn't very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small to eat anything without help unless he eats insects." Gulliver’s Travels16 a) Who said that? To whom?
  • 17. Gulliver’s Travels17 3-"But that's impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer," a) Who said that? To whom? b) What was the impossible thing for the scholar? 5-"You know, I can't believe that people who are so small can have houses and cities, clothes and jobs , rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!" a) Who said that? To whom? 6-"Let me tell you about my country.” a) Who said that? To whom? b) What did the king tell Gulliver about his country? 7- "In the north there are mountains that are forty kilometres high." a) Who said that? To whom? b) How were those mountains a problem? 8-"You must be a good sailor. Perhaps you'd like to have your own boat? Then you could show us what you can do." a) Who said that? To whom? 9-"I'd love that. However, I can't use any of the boats in your land because of there size. I'd need a special one that was much smaller" a) Who said that? To whom? 10-"Very well, I will ask the palace carpenter to make you one." a) Who said that? To whom? 11-"Quick! The monkey's got hold of Grildrig! He's going into the roof !" a) Who said that? To whom? Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it : 1-The King decided to ask for the advice of the best students in the land. 2- The scholar said that Gulliver must have been taught to say that by the doctor. 3-It seems my scholars are right and what Gulliver tells me about his country is true 4- The King doesn't mind if Glumdalclitch stays as Gulliver's servant 5- Glumdalclitch was very annoyed and was given her own room in the palace . 6- The Queen asked the palace teacher to make Gulliver a comfortable home . 7- Gulliver kept the door in his pocket because he feared that Glumdalclitch would lose it. 8- They used the best wool to make Gulliver's clothes . 9- The Queen was very angry to me and asked for me to sit with her . 10- I always sat at a small table by her arm and ate from a wooden plate . 11- Every Friday , the King would join us . 12- I can't believe that people who are so big can have houses and cities. 13- Most people in the palace were cruel to me , but there was one servant who hated me. 14- He picked me and dropped me into a bowl of soup . 15- It is lucky that I am a good player or I would have drowned . 16- It was the Queen who rescued me by pulling me out of the thick liquid . 17- I felt well after my accident , and was put to bed. 18- The servant picked me up and pushed my legs into the pool . 19- When I was eating some cake in my home , three birds flew in through my window. 20- I pulled out my sword and attacked them , cutting off their wings. 21- In the north of my country , there are hills that are forty kilometres high 22- You can't pass these mountains because many of them are earthquakes . 23- The seas are all so calm that it isn't safe for boats to go out into them. 24- The King told me that there were sixty – one cities in his country . 25-The capital city , Lorbrulgrud , lay on a sea and had 80,000 houses. 26- Each hail was the size of a golf ball and it hurt greatly. 27-The dog took me in its nose before I could run away . 28- The carpenter asked me if I was all right . 29- The Queen and her ladies liked to watch me sailing up and down this small seas. 30- A horse jumped into the lake and made a wave that was so big. 31- The monkey jumped out of the window and climbed up onto the floor of the palace. 32 – I was now sitting alone at the very top of a roof which was as low as a mountain
  • 18. Chapter 7 Gulliver’s Travels18 adventure ‫مغامرة‬ grow food ‫يزرع‬‫الغذاء‬ sea bird ‫بحري‬ ‫طائر‬ against ‫ضد‬/‫مقابل‬ horrified ‫مرعوب‬ seashells ‫بحرية‬ ‫قواقع‬ arts ‫األداب‬/‫الفنون‬ huge ‫ضخم‬ seem very weak ‫جدا‬ ‫ضعيف‬ ‫يبدو‬ badly run ‫سيء‬ ‫بشكل‬ ‫يدار‬ ideas ‫أفكار‬ send away ‫يطرد‬ beliefs ‫معتقدات‬ jolt ‫سقوط‬–‫شدي‬ ‫ضربة‬‫دة‬ servant boy ‫خادم‬‫صغير‬ birds' eggs ‫الطيور‬ ‫بيض‬ kind offer ‫طيب‬ ‫عرض‬ share ‫يشارك‬ blow off ‫يھب‬/‫يوقع‬ ladder ‫سلم‬ shelves ‫أرفف‬ both hands ‫اليدين‬ ‫كلتا‬ language ‫لغة‬ size ‫حجم‬ carpenter ‫نجار‬ laugh ‫يضحك‬ soft ‫ناعم‬ coast ‫الساحل‬ legal system ‫التشريعي‬ ‫النظام‬-‫الحكم‬ soldiers ‫جنود‬ concert ‫موسيقية‬ ‫حفلة‬ library ‫مكتبة‬ sound like ‫يبدو‬ corner ‫ركن‬ lift up ‫يرفع‬ south of ‫جنوب‬ destroy ‫يدمر‬ lucky ‫محظوظ‬ speed ‫سرعة‬ disappear ‫ي‬‫ختفي‬ make war ‫حرب‬ ‫يشن‬ step ‫خطوة‬ edge ‫حافة‬ monkey ‫قرد‬ suddenly ‫فجأة‬ education ‫التعليم‬ nervously ‫بعصب‬‫ية‬ take notes ‫مالحظات‬ ‫يدون‬ escape ‫ي‬‫ھرب‬ no good ‫من‬ ‫الفائدة‬ terrible ‫سيء‬ extremely ‫للغاية‬ office ‫مكتب‬ thunder ‫الرعد‬ far room ‫بعيدة‬ ‫حجرة‬ page ‫صفحة‬ too loud ‫جدا‬ ‫عالي‬ feel sorry ‫بالحزن‬ ‫يشعر‬ palace ‫القصر‬ top ‫قمه‬ feet ‫أقدام‬ place on ‫على‬ ‫يضع‬ wall ‫حائط‬ flapping ‫رفرفة‬ pocket ‫جيب‬ war ‫حرب‬ forward ‫لألمام‬ proud of ‫ب‬ ‫فخور‬ waves ‫أمواج‬ frightened of ‫من‬ ‫خائف‬ reach top ‫للقمة‬ ‫يصل‬ weapons ‫أسلحة‬ funny ‫مضحك‬ rebellions ‫ثورات‬ weather ‫الطقس‬ giant ‫عمالق‬ rescue ‫ينقذ‬ west ‫غرب‬ government ‫الحكومة‬ science ‫علوم‬ wings ‫أجنحة‬ Questions & Answers 1.The monkey left Gulliver in danger. Discuss. - The monkey put Gulliver on the very top of the palace roof which was very high and Gulliver was in danger of being blown off by the wind. 2.How was Gulliver rescued after being put on the top of the palace? - A brave servant reached up from his ladder, put Gulliver in his pocket and carried him back down to the ground. 3. How long did Gulliver stay in bed after the adventure of the monkey? - He stayed ill in bed for two weeks. 4.What happened to the monkey? - It was sent away from the palace. 5. Why wouldn't Gulliver be frightened of any monkeys in his country? - Because monkeys were so small. 6.What was the king's reaction when he heard that monkeys were small? - He laughed. 7. What information did Gulliver tell the king about England? - About its government , its weather , the arts and their education and about the kings and queens .He also explained England's legal system and told the King about all the events in the country's history, 8.What did the king use the notes for? - He used them to ask Gulliver questions. 9. Why did the king criticize England? - The said that the legal system was weak and the government was extremely strange. 10. What did the king seem to think about England's legal system? - He thought it was weak. 11. What did Gulliver tell the King about the weapons? - He said that they could easily kill people and destroy buildings.
  • 19. 12. How was the king when Gulliver told him about weapons? - He looked horrible. 13. Why did the king refuse to hear about making the weapons? - The king didn't believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things 14. Gulliver seemed to be convinced by the King's opinions .Illustrate. - Gulliver said that his country suddenly seemed small, unimportant and badly run. 15. Why did the King see that Gulliver was lucky? - Because Gulliver had escaped to a better place where people wanted to grow food rather than made war. 16. How was Brobdingnag very different from England? - Brobdingnag didn't need weapons but also Brobdingnag didn't have many books. 17. How did Gulliver find the king's library? - It had only a thousand books in it. 18. How could Gulliver read a book? - He used the ladder to climb to the top of the page to read the first line, then walked down the ladder till he had read all the pages. 19. Why did Gulliver read most of the books easily? - Because their language didn't have many words. 20. How did Gulliver benefit from the books in the library? - He learnt a lot about the country's ideas and beliefs. 21. What did the king invite Gulliver to hear? - A concert. 22. Why couldn't Gulliver enjoy the concert at first?- Because the noise like thunder. 23. When did Gulliver feel that the music was quite nice? - When he was put in a far room in the corner of the palace with the doors and the windows closed. 24. What did Gulliver feel after two years in Brobdingnag? - Gulliver began to think more and more about his own country .Gulliver wanted to see his family again, but how he got home 25. How did the King try to reduce Gulliver's loneliness? - The king promised that if his soldiers found another ship like his ship , he would ask them to bring it at once to the capital . 26. Why didn't Gulliver like the King's idea? - Gulliver didn't like the idea of more people being kept to please the King and the Queen. 27. Where did Gulliver and Glumdalclitch travel? - To the south of Brobdingnag. 28. Why did Gulliver ask Glumdalclitch to go to the beach? - To get some fresh air. 29. Why was Gulliver very pleased to go to the sea? - Gulliver He enjoyed watching the waves and thought about England. 30. How did the sea air affect Gulliver? - The sea air made Gulliver feel tired, so he lay down in the box and went to sleep. 31. What did the young boy do when Gulliver slept? - He boy closed windows to keep out the cold wind and went off to look for birds' eggs. 32. What picked up Gulliver's box? - A huge sea bird. 33. How did the huge sea bird lift Gulliver? - It picked up the box and carried it off in its feet. 34. What did Gulliver think the bird was going to do? - He thought it would drop him onto a hard rock as shell to get food. 35. When did Gulliver feel horrible feeling? - When he felt himself falling quickly towards the ground. 36. How did Gulliver know that the box fell in the sea? - The box moved slowly up and down. 37. Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter for making the box so well? - Because no water could come in through the edges of the doors and the box floated quite well. 38. Why did Gulliver feel that he was still in great danger? - He was far from Glumdalclitch who would have rescued him. He was also worried about the rocks . Quotations 1. "It's good to see you're feeling better, tell me what would you have done if a monkey had taken you in your own country?" a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver. b) When did the King say that? - After Gulliver's adventure with the monkey. c) What was Gulliver's answer to the King's question? Gulliver’s Travels19 - There were no monkeys in his country and the monkeys he knew were small.
  • 20. 2. “We don't have any monkeys in my country, but if we did, I wouldn't be frightened of them. They are so small.” a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the King. b) What was the king's reaction after that answer? - He was surprised. c) Why was the King surprised? - He didn't believe that there were creatures smaller than Gulliver 3. "I'd love to hear more about your country. Please tell me more." a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver b) What was Gulliver's country? - England was Gulliver's country. c) What did Gulliver tell the king about England? - He told the King about England's legal system and its government. 4. "Where does your country get its money from and why do you have so many wars?" a) Who said that? To whom? -The King to Gulliver. b) What did the king hate about Gulliver's talk? - He hated wars. c) Why did the King ask Gulliver that question? - As the King didn't find any reason for those wars. 5. "Would you like me to show you how to make such weapons yourself?" a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the King b) When did Gulliver say that? - When he was telling the King about his country. c) What did Gulliver want to show the King? - How to make the weapons. 6. "I have always been very interested in science but I can't believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things .I never want to hear about weapons again." a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver b) What do you think of the King's character? - He was peaceful? c) What did the king say about the weapons? - He said they were terrible. 7. "I feel sorry for your people .You are very lucky because you have escaped to a better place where people want to grow food rather than make war." a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver b) Why did the King tell Gulliver that he was lucky? - Because Gulliver was in a better place than his country. c) What were the King's people interested in? - In growing food 8. "If my soldiers find another ship like yours. I will ask them to bring it at once." a) Who said that? To whom? - The King to Gulliver b) How did the king want to help Gulliver? - He wanted to bring other people like Gulliver to live with him c) What was Gulliver's attitude towards that? - He didn't like that idea 9. “Hello! Who's picking me up? Please put me down." a) Who said that? To whom? - Gulliver to the thing who carried the box b) When did Gulliver say that? - When the bird carried him into the air. c) Where did Gulliver find himself after that? - He was in the sea in his box. Mistake Correction Find the mistake in each of the following sentences: 1 – The queen's soldiers tried to save Gulliver. 2 – The servant used stairs to rescue Gulliver. 3 – After the adventure of the elephant Gulliver stayed in bed for two weeks. 4 – The monkey stayed in the palace after the accident. 5 – Gulliver told the king that there were monkeys in his country. 6 – Gulliver he would be frightened of monkeys. 7 – The queen was taking notes while Gulliver was talking about his country. 8 – The king thought that England's legal system was strong. 9 – The king looked happy when Gulliver told him about how to make weapons. 10 – The king told Gulliver that he was not lucky to come to Brobdingnag. 11 – Brobdingnag had a lot of weapons and wars. 12 – In Brobdingnag there were many books. Gulliver’s Travels20 13 – The largest library in Brobdingnag was of the queen.
  • 21. 14 – The king asked the carpenter to make Gulliver a lift to help him to read. 15 – Gulliver used one hand to turn the page of a book. 16 – The language of Brobdingnag had many words. 17 – There were rebellions between different areas outside Brobdingnag. 18 – The king invited Gulliver to hear music in a ball. 19 – After two months Gulliver began to think of his own country. 20 – When the king knew what Gulliver was thinking of he was angry. 21 – Gulliver was carried in a golden box. 22 – Gulliver asked the queen to let him go to the beach. 23 – Gulliver wanted to go to the beach to swim. 24 – A young servant girl took Gulliver to the beach. 25 – The young boy left Gulliver and went to search for monkeys' eggs. 26 – A huge fish had picked up Gulliver's box. 27 – The box had landed on the rock. 28 – The carpenter used weak wood to make the box. 29 – If the box hit a rock, Gulliver would sink. 30 – Gulliver sank the carpenter silently. Questions of the Set Book A. Answer these questions. 1. How was Gulliver rescued from the roof, and what happened to the monkey? - A brave servant reached him from his ladder and carried him down in his pocket. The monkey was sent away from the palace. 2. What did the King think of Gulliver’s country? - The King thought the legal system was very weak and the government was very strange. He wanted to know why they had so many wars. 3. What were some of the questions that the King of Brobdingnag asked about England? - He asked about its legal system, where it got its money from, and why they had so many wars. 4. What was the King’s reaction when Gulliver offered to show him how to make weapons like his? - The King was horrified. He said he couldn’t believe that anyone would want such terrible things. He didn’t want to hear about them again. 5. How was Brobdingnag different from Gulliver’s country? - The people never travelled outside the country. They didn’t need weapons. They didn't have wars with other countries. They didn’t have many books. 6. How was the King of Brobdingnag different from the King of Lilliput? Which do you think was a better king? Why? - The King of Brobdingnag was very learned. He was interested in science, history, geography, mathematics. But he was not interested in making weapons and he did not want wars. The King of Lilliput was interested in Gulliver’s weapons. He asked his advisers to study them. He wanted to go to war against Blefuscu. He wanted to be fashionable by wearing low heels. Students’ opinions of who is the better king will vary. They might say that the King of Lilliput wanted to fight for silly reasons. The King of Brobdingnag is educated, yet his country has few books. Is he really as educated as he thinks he is? 7. Why does the King think that Gulliver is lucky to have come there? - The King thinks his land is better because the people don’t want to make war. 8. Do you think Gulliver is lucky to be in Brobdingnag? Do you think he is treated well? - He is treated well because he doesn’t have to work hard as he did for the farmer. Or - He is treated like an animal in a cage and is not given his freedom or is not treated as a human being. 9. How did Gulliver read the books in the King’s library? - He climbed up a ladder to see the top of the page and then climbed down slowly to read the page. 10. Why did Gulliver decide he wanted to leave Brobdingnag? - The King said if a ship like Gulliver’s were found, its people would be brought to the capital so that Gulliver would have friends his own size. But Gulliver did not like the idea of more people being kept to please the King and Queen. He wanted to talk with people who shared his ideas and not to have to worry about a giant stepping on him or a bird carrying him away. Gulliver’s Travels21 11. How did he leave Brobdingnag? Was his escape planned?
  • 22. - He was in his box/house on the beach and a large bird carried it away and then dropped it in the sea. His escape was not planned B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements. 1. The monkey finally carried Gulliver down off the roof. (F) - A servant climbed up and got him. 2. The King of Brobdingnag wanted to learn more about England. (T) 3. The King was interested in learning how to make weapons. (F) - He was horrified by the weapons. 4. The largest library in the land had only a thousand books. (T) 5. Brobdingnag sometimes had rebellions inside the country. (T) 6. Brobdingnag often had wars with other countries. (F) - It never did. (It didn’t even have contact with other countries.) 7. The King said that if a ship came, Gulliver could return in it. (F) - He said its people should be kept with Gulliver. 8. Gulliver asked to go to the beach so he could try to escape. (F) - He asked to see the sea again. His escape was not planned. 9. Glumdalclitch did not take Gulliver to the beach. (T) 10. A bird picked up Gulliver’s wooden box and flew away with it. (T) E. Read this quotation and answer the questions. 1. “I’ve always been very interested in science, but I cannot believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things.” 1. Who said this to whom? - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver. 2. What are the “terrible things”? - The weapons that can easily kill people and destroy buildings. 3. How did the listener feel after hearing these words? - Gulliver thought his country was small, unimportant and badly run. 2. “You’re very lucky because you've escaped to a better place, where people want to grow food rather than make war.” 1. Who said this to whom? -The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver. 2. What did the listener think about his own country? - He began to think that it was small, unimportant, and badly run. 3. Do you think the listener had escaped to a better place? Why? - He is treated well because he doesn’t have to work hard as he did for the farmer. Or - He is treated like an animal in a cage and is not given his freedom or is not treated as a human being. Test Yourself Answer the following questions: 1- Who tried to rescue Gulliver after the monkey had left him? 2 – Who saved Gulliver? 3 – How long did he stay in bed after the adventure of the monkey? 4 – What happened to the monkey? 5 – What did the king ask Gulliver when Gulliver visited him? 7 – What was Gulliver's opinion of the monkeys? 8 – What did Gulliver tell the king about his country? 9 – What was the king's reaction on hearing about England? 10 – What did the king use the notes for? 11 – What did the king seem to think about England's legal system? 12 – How was the king when Gulliver told him how to make weapons? 13 – What did Gulliver realize when after his talk with the king? 14 – Why did the king think that Gulliver was lucky? 15 – What was the difference did Gulliver discover between his country and Brobdingnag? 16 – What would the carpenter make Gulliver? 17 – How could Gulliver read a book? Gulliver’s Travels22 18 – Why could Gulliver read most of the books in the library easily?
  • 23. 19 – What did Gulliver learn from reading the books? 21 – What did the king invite Gulliver to hear? 22 – How was the music when Gulliver heard it at first? 23 – What was Gulliver problem during the concert? 24 – When was this problem solved? 26 – What was Gulliver thinking of after two years? 27 – What was the king's reaction about that? 29 – Did Gulliver like the idea of getting more people like Gulliver in the palace? 30 – What did Gulliver ask one day from Glumdalclitch? 31 – Who took Gulliver to the beach? 33 – Why did the young boy leave Gulliver? 34 – Why did Gulliver suddenly wake up? 35 – What did Gulliver see when he looked to the window? 36 – What picked up Gulliver's box? 37 – What did Gulliver think the bird was going to do? 40 – How did Gulliver know that the box fall in the sea? 41 – Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter silently at that moment? 42 – What did the bird do? 43 – What would happen if the box hit a rock or a window broke? Quotations 1 – " I was in danger of being blown off by the wind." 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Where was he at that moment? 3 – How was he taken there? 2 – " It'd good to see your are feeling better." 1 – Who was the addresser? 2 – Who was the addressee? 3 – What question did the speaker ask after that? 3 – “We don't have any monkeys in my country." 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What would happen if Gulliver had monkeys in his country? 3 – What was the king's reaction to that? 4 – " What, they are smaller than you?” 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – To whom was he speaking? 3 – What does he mean by “they”? 5 – “I would love to hear more about your country, please tell me more." 1 – Who was the speaker? To whom? 2 – Which country does he refer to? 3 – What did Gulliver tell the king? 6 – " Where does your country get its money from and why do you have so many wars?" 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did Gulliver say? 3 – What did Gulliver want to show the king? 7 – “I have always been very interested in science, but I can't believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things. " 1 – Who was the speaker to whom? 2 – What were the “terrible things”? 3 – What did the listener feel after hearing these words? 8 – “I feel sorry for your people, you are very lucky.” 1 – Who was the speaker? To whom? 2 – Why did he feel sorry for those people? 3 – Why was the listener lucky? 9 – “When I found a book that I was interested in, I would push it open against a wall. " 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Where could he get the books? 3 - What did he use to help him read? 10 – “I had now been in Brobdingnag for two years. " 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did he begin to think about? 3 – What did he want to do? Gulliver’s Travels23 11 – " If my soldiers find another ship like yours ."
  • 24. Gulliver’s Travels24 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – Where would the soldiers take the ship? 3 – What did the king want to find for Gulliver? 12 – " Hello? Who is picking me up? please, put me down!" 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Did Gulliver get an answer? 3 – What did Gulliver hear? Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it : 1- A brave soldier reached up from his ladder , put me in his pocket and carried me back. 2-After this adventure , I was so ill that I had to stay in bed for five weeks . 3- I was told that the donkey had been sent away from the palace. 4-We don't have any cows in my country. 5-So I told him about France : its government and its weather. 6-Why do you have so many peace ? 7- I've always been very interested in geography but I can't believe that terrible things 8- Please , I never want to hear about such sports again. 9- My country , I was so proud of , suddenly seemed small , important and badly run. 10- You are very lucky because you have escaped to a worse place. 11- I discovered that the country of Brobdingnag was very similar to our own. 12- The King's library , the smallest in the land , had only a thousand books in it. 13- He asked his carpenter to make me a ladder so I could reach the bottom shelves. 14- Then I would use both legs to turn the page and do the same thing again. 15-The noise was so great that the music sounded like lightning. 16- In fact , the music was then quite bad. 17- I had now been in Brobdingnag for four years and I began to think about my country. 18- I'd like to find you some friends of your own size.They can live in the house with you. 19-As usual , I was carried in my wooden chair. 20- I looked out of the windows of my box and enjoyed watching the winds. 21- The young officer closed my windows to keep out the cold wind. 22- I felt something lift down my box and I was carried forward at great speed 23- A huge sea animal had picked up my box and carried it off in its feet. 24- After a few minutes I heard the flapping of legs get faster. 25-Then I felt a terrible jolt , and for a few hours I couldn't breathe . 26- I now understood that the box had landed in the floor
  • 25. Chapter 8 Gulliver’s Travels25 amazement ‫دھشة‬ handkerchief ‫منديل‬ plate ‫طبق‬ asleep ‫نائم‬ hire ‫يؤجر‬/‫يشغل‬ plead ‫يناشد‬/‫يلتمس‬ awake ‫مستيقظ‬ joke ‫يمزح‬/‫مزحة‬ possibly ‫ممكن‬/‫ربما‬ behave ‫يتصرف‬ leaf ‫شجر‬ ‫ورقة‬ reply ‫رد‬ comb ‫مشط‬ locked ‫مغلق‬ request ‫طلب‬ criminal ‫مجرم‬ look out ‫يحترس‬ rude ‫وقح‬ cup ‫فنج‬‫ا‬‫ن‬ loop ‫عروة‬ softly ‫برقة‬ furniture ‫أثاث‬ otherwise ‫وإال‬ souvenirs ‫تذكار‬ gently ‫بلطف‬ pin ‫دب‬‫و‬‫س‬ valuable ‫قيم‬ Questions & Answers 1. How did Gulliver try to stop the water from entering the box? - He put blankets across the edges. 2.Why did Gulliver want to lift the roof of the box? - He thought it would be safer sitting on the top of the box where there was air and where someone would see him. 3.Why did Gulliver fail to lift the roof of the box? - Because the roof was too heavy. 4.What was the box like? - The box had a door on one side, and windows on two other side .On the fourth side, there were two metal loops. 5. What was Gulliver afraid of after four hours on the sea? - Gulliver was afraid that he would drown or die of cold. 6. What did Gulliver do to get people's attention? - Gulliver put his mouth close to the hole and shouted for help as loudly as he could .He took his handkerchief and tied it to a pole which he put through the hole and waved . 7.What did Gulliver tell the man on the roof of the box? - Gulliver told him that he was an English man who had had a terrible adventure and he needed to be rescued from a very dangerous situation. 8. What did the man on the roof of the box tell Gulliver? - He told him not to worry and his box had been lifted out of the water and was held by ropes behind the ship .The carpenter would make a hole in the roof to get Gulliver out. 9. What did Gulliver ask one of the sailors to do with the box? - To pick up the box and carry it onto the ship to lift the roof. 10. How did Gulliver get out of his box? - The carpenter made a hole that was large enough to put down a ladder. 11. How did Gulliver see the sailors when he got out of his box? - Gulliver found that the sailors looked so small and strange that he didn't want to answer their questions. 12. Who was the captain of the ship which rescued Gulliver? - Thomas Wilcocks. 13. What did Gulliver keep in the box? - Valuable furniture and blankets and some other souvenirs. 14. Why was Gulliver very angry with the sailors? - Because they badly damaged the cupboard, table and chairs. 15. When did the sailors throw Gulliver's box? - When they had taken everything out. 16. How was Captain Thomas Wilcocks kind? - He ordered Gulliver some food; he spoke softly and gently to Gulliver as he ate. He gave him some money to hire a horse to ride home. 17. What did the captain decide to do on seeing Gulliver's box? - They decided to go towards it and ask if they could buy some sea biscuits. 18. Why were the sailors frightened on seeing the box? - Because it lokked like a big house floating on the sea. 19. What did the captain and his crew do to rescue the box? - They tied their ropes to the loops and rowed the box back to their ship. 20. When did they realize that someone was locked inside the box? - When the captain saw Gulliver's handkerchief.
  • 26. 21. What did the captain think of Gulliver after the strange things he talked about? - The captain thought that Gulliver was a criminal, who had been put inside the box to be punished. 22. Why did Gulliver plead with the captain? - To believe his. 23. What did Gulliver show the captain? - A comb, a sting of a bee which was the size of a knife, some pins and needles the size of small swords, and a ring. 24. What were Gulliver's trousers made from? - The hair of a mouse. 25. Why did the captain refuse to take the ring? - Because the ring was large enough to wear on the head 26. What was the captain interested in? - He was interested in a tooth. It was about thirty centimeters long. 27. Why did Gulliver speak in a loud voice? - Because Gulliver was so small in Brobdingnag so he had to speak loudly to be heard. 28. Why did Gulliver laugh when he saw the captain and his crew? - Gulliver saw them so small. 29. What did the captain think of Gulliver's story at last? - The captain believed Gulliver's story and understood his strange behaviour. 30. Why did the captain ask Gulliver to tell the newspaper his story? - He wanted the world would know about his amazing adventures. 31. Where was the ship coming from? - Vietnam. 32. Why did the ship stop at a few places and why didn't Gulliver leave it? - To buy food and fresh water but Gulliver felt safe on the ship. 33. When did Gulliver arrive back at the south coast of England? - On 3rd June, 1706. 34. The Captain Thomas Wilcocks was generous .Illustrate. - The captain refused to keep Gulliver's things. He gave him some money to hire a horse to ride back home. 35. What was Gulliver's reaction to the captain generosity? -Gulliver invited him to visit him in his house. 36. Why did Gulliver think that he was back in Lilliput? - The people, the houses, the trees and the cows in the fields looked so small. 37. Why did many people think that Gulliver was very rude? - Because every time he saw a person in the road in front of him , he shouted at them to look out because he was sure that he would step on them , like a giant . 38. Why did Gulliver bend down to go inside his house? - He believed that the door to be so small that he feared he would hit his head. 39. Why did Gulliver accuse his wife that she didn't feed his children enough? - Because they were all too small. 40. What did Gulliver's wife think of him? - His wife thought that he was mad after his long journey. 41. What did Gulliver's wife ask him to promise? - Never to go abroad again. 42. Why did Gulliver agree to promise his wife not to go abroad again? - Because had very dangerous adventures. Quotations 1. “If you can hear me, help me! I'm inside.” a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - Gulliver to one of the sailors b) Where was Gulliver? - Gulliver was inside the box. c) Did the sailor hear Gulliver? -Yes, he heard Gulliver. 2. "If anyone's inside, speak clearly" a) Who said this, to whom? - One of the sailors to Gulliver. b) What was the occasion? - The sailors found Gulliver's box on the sea and were trying to lift it to the ship when they heard his voice. c) Why wasn't it easy to lift Gulliver's box? - Because it was enormous. 3. “It’s me! I'm an Englishman who's had a terrible adventure," Please, I need to be rescued from a very dangerous situation." a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - Gulliver to one of the sailors Gulliver’s Travels26 b) What was the dangerous situation? - Being inside the box.
  • 27. Gulliver’s Travels27 4. "Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your ship, where you can lift up the roof " a) Who was the speaker? Who was the addressee? - Gulliver to the ship captain and the sailors. b) What was the listeners' reaction? - They laughed and thought Gulliver was mad. c) Why was it impossible to carry out the speaker's offer? - Because it was enormous. 5. "You're safe now, but you need to rest.” a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) What did the speaker think when he first saw the box? - He thought it was a boat. c) How far was the speaker kind? - He took Gulliver inside and sat him down on a bed before giving him a hot drink. 6. "We've seen some birds, yes, but none of them seemed to be very big." a) Who was the speaker? To whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) Why did the speaker refer to big birds? - As Gulliver asked him if they had seen any big birds. c) Why was the speaker so surprised? - As Gulliver said many strange things such as the enormous birds. 7. "It's lucky we found you.” a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) Why was the listener so lucky? - As he might have drowned in his box. c) What was the occasion? - The ship captain was telling Gulliver about saving him. 8. "That's not necessary. Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your ship, where you can lift up the roof." a) Who said this to whom, and where was he? - Gulliver said this to a sailor. He was still in his box, which was lifted out of the water and tied behind the ship. b) What did the listener do when he heard this? Why? - He (and others) laughed. They thought Gulliver was joking or mad because the box was too big for a person to lift up alone or to open the roof. c) Why did the speaker say this? - Because he didn't realise that the sailors were the same size as he was and that the box was enormous to them. 9. “I will ask the ship's carpenter to come and make a hole in the roof to get you out.' a) Who said this quotation? To whom? - The captain to Gulliver b) Why did they want to make a hole? - To get Gulliver out of the box 10. ''The sailors said this was very difficult and they'd only raised it a little when I saw your handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realised that someone or something was locked inside the box." a) Who said this to whom? - The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this to Gulliver. b) What was difficult? - Lifting the box to the ship. c) When was this said? - After rescuing Gulliver. 11. "Look, you've told me some very strange things, things that I cannot believe." a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Mr. Thomas Wilcocks said this to Gulliver. b) What did the speaker think the listener was? - He thought he was a criminal put inside a box to be punished. c) What did the speaker decide to do afterwards? - He decided to take Gulliver to the nearest port and leave him there. 12. "It's impossible that your story is true. " a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) Where were they? - On the captain's ship. c) Which story did he refer to? - His story about giants in Brobdingnag. 13. "Here, you can keep this ring as a present. " a) Who was the speaker? Who was the addressee? - Gulliver to Captain Thomas Wilcocks. b) How did the speaker get the ring? - The Queen gave it to him. c) What was strange about the ring? - It was large enough to wear on head. 14. "Thank you, but that won't be necessary. " a) Who said this, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) What was the speaker talking about? - The ring offered by Gulliver to the captain.
  • 28. c) What did the listener want to have instead? - A tooth of about 30 cm. 15. "Are the people of Brobdingnag a little deaf?" a) Who asked this question? To whim? - The captain asked this question to Gulliver. b) Why did the speaker ask this question? - Because Gulliver spoke loudly. c) What was the answer to this question? - No, but he had to do so because he was so small and the people there were giants. 16. "You've been very kind to me." a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Gulliver said this statement to the captain. b) How was the listener kind to the speaker? - He refused to take money from Gulliver for taking him home. He gave him some money to take a horse ride home. c) What did the speaker invite the listener to do? - Gulliver invited the captain to visit him at home. 17. "You should tell the newspapers as soon as you return to England, so that the world will know about your amazing adventures. " a) Who was the speaker, to whom? - The captain to Gulliver. b) What was the occasion? - Gulliver was telling the ship captain about his adventures. c) Where did it happen? - On the ship, on their way back to England. 18. "You must promise me that you'll never go abroad again." a) Who said this statement? To whom? - Gulliver's wife said that to him. b) Why did the speaker say so? - Because Gulliver had dangerous adventures. c) Did the listener agree to carry out that promise? - Yes, he did. Mistake Correction Find the mistake in each of the following sentences: 1 – A sea animal had dropped the box in the sea. 2 – I tried to stop the water by putting handkerchiefs across the edges of the box. 3 – There were two plastic loops which the carpenter had put on the box. 4 – I put my nose close to this hole and shouted for help. 5 – I took my handkerchief and tied it to a pool. 6 – I was extremely sad when I heard a voice shout back. 7 - I am inside; I'm an Irish who has a terrible adventure. 8 – I'm going to ask the ship's plumber to make a hole in the roof. 9 – The sailors are looked so big and strange that I didn't want to answer. 10- The captain of the ship Mr Thomas Nicholas watched me as I arrived. 11- I told him about the valuable furniture and blankets and some of my jewellery. 12- I dreamt of Brobdingnag and all the chances that had happened to me 13- They had been frightened because they had seen a big mouse floating on the sea. 14 – We easily tied our ropes to the holes and asked my men to row the house back. 15 – I showed him a comb which I had made from a dried paper. 16- I showed him a ring which was large enough to wear on my leg. 17 – The captain seemed to want was a sword of one of the Queen's servants. Questions of the Set Book A. Answer these questions. 1. What did Gulliver do to get people’s attention? - He put a handkerchief on a pole and raised it through a small hole in the box. He waved the handkerchief and shouted. 2. How did Gulliver get rescued and out of his box? - A ship saw the box (which looked like a house) floating and sent a boat to see what it was. They tied ropes to it and pulled it back to the ship. They cut a hole in the roof for him to get out. 3. Why did Gulliver tell the sailors to lift the roof? Why did they laugh? - He didn’t realize that they were the same size as him. He thought they were giants who could lift the roof easily. They laughed because they thought he was joking or mad to suggest such a thing. 4. Why did the sailors look small and strange to Gulliver? Gulliver’s Travels28 - He had been living with giants for two years and he was not used to seeing people his own size.
  • 29. Gulliver’s Travels29 5. Why did the sailors let the box fall back into the sea after they had taken the things out? - The box was the size of a small house and it was very heavy for the ship to carry. 6. What did the captain think Gulliver might be? What did he want to do with him? - The captain thought he might be a criminal and had been put in the box as a punishment. He wanted to take him to the nearest port and leave him there. 7. The captain first thought the box was a boat. Why did he send a boat to it? - He wanted to ask if he could buy some sea biscuits because his ship was low on food. 8. Why did the captain laugh at the first sailors who went to look at the box? - They came back and said there was a house floating on the sea. He did not believe them. 9. Name two or three things that Gulliver showed the captain to prove hisstory was true. - A comb made from a dried leaf, the sting of a bee that was the size of a knife, some pins and needles the size of swords, a ring that was big enough to wear on his head, trousers made from the hair of a mouse, a tooth that was thirty centimetres long. 10. Why did Gulliver speak in such a loud voice? - He is used to talking loudly to the giants. He had to talk very loud to them because their heads were so far away. It was like shouting out of a window to someone in the street two floors below. 11. The ship stopped at a few places on its way back to England, but Gulliver did not want to leave the ship. Why? - He felt safe there. (After his adventures he doesn’t want to risk ending up in any strange lands again.) B. Write “T” for True and “F” for False. Correct the false statements. 1. Water began to come into the house around the front door. (T) 2. Gulliver was not able to raise the roof of the house. (T) 3. Gulliver could see the sailors pulling his house to their ship. (F) - There were no windows on that side of the house and he couldn’t see what was happening. 4. Gulliver tried to call to the people outside his house. (T) 5. Someone called to Gulliver in French. (F) - Someone called in English. 6. Before he saw them, Gulliver thought the sailors were the same size as him. (F) - He thought they were giants. 7. The sailors lifted the roof so Gulliver could get out. (F) - The carpenter cut a hole in the roof and put a ladder down. 8. After the sailors removed things from the box, they let the box drop back into the sea. (T) 9. The captain believed Gulliver’s story immediately. (F) - He thought at first that Gulliver was mad. 10. The captain kept a tooth that had been removed from a servant of the Queen. (T) E. Read this quotation and answer the questions. 1. “That’s not necessary. Just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your ship, where you can lift up the roof.” 1. Who said this to whom and where was he? - Gulliver said this to a sailor. Gulliver was still in his house/box, which was lifted out of the water and tied behind the ship. 2. What did the listener do when he heard this? Why? - He (and others) laughed. They thought Gulliver was joking or mad because the house was too big for a person to lift up alone or to open the roof. 3. Why had the speaker said this? - Gulliver said this because he didn’t realise that the sailors were the same size as he was and that the box/house was enormous to them. 2. “The sailors said this was very difficult and they’d only raised it a little when I saw your handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realised that someone or something was locked inside the box.” 1. Who said this to whom? - The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this to Gulliver. 2. What was difficult? - Lifting the house/box to the ship. 3. When was this said? - When the captain was talking with Gulliver later and saying how they had seen his box/house and brought it to the ship.
  • 30. Test Yourself Answer the following questions: 1 – What dropped Gulliver's box in the sea? 2 – What did Gulliver see coming through the edges of the front door? 3 – How did he try to stop the water? 4 – How did Gulliver think to be safer? 5 – Why did He want to sit on the top of the box? 6 – Why couldn't Gulliver lift the roof of the house? 7 – How long had Gulliver been in the sea now and what would happen to him after a short time? 8 – How many doors and windows did the box have? 9 – Why did the box had two metal loops? 10 – What happened that gave Gulliver hope? 11 – Why did Gulliver put his mouth close to the hole? 12 – What did Gulliver do with the handkerchief? 13 – Why did he wave with the handkerchief ? 14 – Did anything happened soon after waving with the handkerchief? 15 – What happened when the box hit the rock? 16 – What did Gulliver do when he felt the box was lifted up? 17 – What did Gulliver say when the box was lifted up? 18 – What didn't Gulliver expect? 19 – What did Gulliver hear on the roof? 20 – What did the voice say and what was Gulliver's answer? 21 – What was Gulliver's request from the voice? 22 – What was the voice's answer? 23 – What would the carpenter do ? 24 – Why could the sailors carry the box? 24 – How did Gulliver get out of the box? 25 – Why did not Gulliver want to answer the people's questions? 26 – Who was the captain of the ship that saved Gulliver? 27 – What did Mr. Thomas notice when he saw Gulliver? 28 – What did the captain tell Gulliver? 29 – What important things didn't Gulliver want to lose? 30 – Why was the furniture badly damaged when the sailors took it out? 31 – What happened to the box when they had taken everything from it? 32 – What happened while Gulliver was sleeping? 33 – How was Mr. Thomas kind to Gulliver? 34 – How was Gulliver lucky according to Captain Thomas? 35 – What did the captain decide when they found that it was not a boat? 36 – How did they get the box? 37 – When did they realize that there was someone in the box? 38 – What did the captain think of Gulliver? 39 – What would the captain do with Gulliver if he were a criminal? 40 – What did the captain ask Gulliver to show to prove that his story was true? 41 – What did Gulliver show the captain? 42 – What present did Gulliver offer the captain? 43 – What was the captain's reply? 44 – Why was the captain interested in the tooth? 45 – Did the captain believe Gulliver's story? Gulliver’s Travels30
  • 31. Quotations 1 – “That is not necessary, just ask one of your sailors to pick up the box and carry it onto your ship, where you can lift up the roof.” 1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What did the listener do when he heard this and why? 3 – Why had the speaker said this? 2 – “The sailors said this was very difficult and they had only raised it a little when I saw your handkerchief appear through the hole in the side. We realized that someone or something was locked inside the box. “ 1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What was difficult? 3 – When was this said? 3 – “I tried to lift the roof of my house, as the giants could do easily.” 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – Why did he want to lift it? 3 – According to Gulliver, how it would be safer to sit on the top? 4 – “If you can hear me, help! I am inside.” 1 – Who said this? 2 – To whom was he speaking? 3 – Did he expect anyone to answer? 5 – “ If anyone is inside , speak clearly.” 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What was Gulliver’s reply? 3 – What did Gulliver want from the other speaker? 6 – “ Don’t worry, you are safe now.” 1 – Who said and to whom? 2 – Where was Gulliver’s box then? 3 – What did the sailor decide to do get Gulliver out of the box? 7 – “ You are safe now, but you need to rest.” 1 – Who said this? 2 – To whom was he speaking? 3 – Where was Gulliver then? 8 – Thank you, yes, I am very tired. I have some important things in the box, I don’t want to lose.” 1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What things did Gulliver refer to? 3 – What was the captain’s reaction? 9 – “It’s lucky we found you, early today about twelve o’clock, I saw something in the sea far away.” 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did the speaker think of the box at first? 3 – Why did the captain decide to go towards it? 10 – “We took some rope and rowed back to look, when I saw the house myself, I couldn’t believe it.” 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What did the sailors do? 3 – What did they do with the box after that? 11 – “How did you find yourself in that strange wooden house?” 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – What was Gulliver’s answer? 3 – What was Gulliver’s question? 12 – “We have seen some birds, yes, but none of them seemed to be very big.” 1 – Who said these words and to whom? 2 – How did Gulliver account that the birds were not very big? 3 – Did the captain understand? 13 – “We are about five hundred kilometers from any country.” 1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? 2 – Why did he say this? 3 - What was Gulliver’s reply? 14 – “No, you must be wrong. I had been in the box for only a few hours after it was dropped into the sea.” 1 – Who said this and to whom? 2 – What was he wrong about? 3 – What did the captain think of Gulliver? 15 – “Look, you have told me some very strange things, things that I can’t believe.” 1 – Who was the speaker? 2 – What did the captain think Gulliver was? 3 – In the captain’s opinion, why was Gulliver put in the box? Gulliver’s Travels31 16 – “It is possible that your story is true, to be certain I want you to show me some of the things.”