Oliver Twist: Chapter 3 (اولي ثانوي 2015)

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. Oliver Twist: Chapter 3 (اولي ثانوي 2015)




Oliver Twist: Chapter 3

Vocabulary

worry يقلق / القلق at least على الأقل
protest يحتج gang عصابة
describe يصف plans خطط
pay for يدفع ثمن indeed في الحقيقة
let يدع / يسمح countryside الريف
bookshop مكتبة لبيع الكتب expect يتوقع
one pound change جنيه فكة What for لماذا
go straight to يذهب مباشرة إلى it's no good لا فائدة
thieves لصوص choice اختيار
come back يعود follow يتبع
looked worried يبدو قلقا set off ينطلق
grab يجذب بقوة / يختطف knock يطرق على
in surprise مندهشا fall sleep يغلبه النوم
run away from يهرب من pick up يلتقط
appear يظهر gun مسدس
lead / led / led يقود fireside بوار النار
five pound note ورقة فئة 5 جنيهات brick wall حائط من الطوب
troubles متاعب break into يقتحم
good to عطوف على menacingly بشكل تهديدى
steal / stole / stolen يسرق point to يشاور على
held on to يتشبث بـ adult شخص بالغ
beat يضرب climb يتسلق
stick عصا get into يدخل
thief لص upstairs الطابق العلوى
call يستدعى / ينادى push يدفع
look surprised يبدو مندهشا space مكان
hit يضرب strange غريب
lock يحبس rob يسطو على
angrily بغضب bang صوت إطلاق النار
advertisement إعلان pull يجذب / يجر
interest اهتمام shoot / shot / shot يطلق النار على

Summary

 Taking the painting down:  إنزال الصورة
• When Oliver woke up the next day, he found that the painting صورة of the woman on the wall had gone اختفت. Mrs Bedwin said that they took it down تم إنزالها because it seemed to worry يقلق Oliver. He protested احتج saying that he liked it.  She promised وعدت to put it back in case في حالة he got well يتحسن.
 Getting new clothes for Oliver:  شراء ملابس جديدة لأوليفر  
• A few days later, when Oliver was almost completely تماما better, Mr Brownlow bought him some new clothes.
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 Mr Grimwig's visit to Mr Brownlow:   زيارة مستر جريمويج لمستر براونلو
• One day, Mr Brownlow asked Oliver about his life. Oliver told him about his time at the workhouse إصلاحية.
• Mr Grimwig, old gentleman and Mr Brownlow's friend, came to visit Mr Brownlow. Mr Brownlow introduced قدم him to Oliver. He began to tell Mr Grimwig all about Oliver. He had not quite finished describing يصف Oliver's life when Mrs Bedwin came into دخلت the room with some books. She said that they had to pay for يدفع ثمن those new books.
 Sending Oliver to the bookshop:   إرسال أوليفر إلى المكتبة
• Mr Grimwig suggested اقترح sending Oliver to pay for them. Mr Brownlow gave Oliver five pounds. He asked him to take the money to the bookshop المكتبة and that he needed one pound change جنيه باقي. He also asked him to return some of the books. Oliver was very pleased to help Mr Brownlow.
 Mr Grimwig's doubts:   شكوك مستر جريمويج
• Mr Grimwig thought that Oliver wouldn't come back because he had new clothes, some books and five pounds and that he would go straight مباشرة to his friends, the thieves اللصوص and would never come back.
• Mr Brownlow was sure Oliver would be back soon. But he looked worried.
 Kidnapping Oliver:  خطف أوليفر  
• While Oliver was walking to the bookshop, Nancy grabbed him أمسكت به بقوة by the arm. Oliver was surprised and asked why she was stopping him. He asked her to let تسمح him go. She told the people that he had run away from هرب من home and that she was taking him back to his mother and father.
 Taking Oliver to Fagin's house:   الذهاب بأوليفر إلى منزل فاجن
• Mr Sikes and Nancy led Oliver away through busy streets until they reached an old shop. Oliver was taken inside and there he saw Fagin, Charley and the Artful Dodger. When the boys saw him, they started laughing.
• Fagin said that they had to give Oliver different clothes so that his clothes wouldn't get dirty تصبح قذرة. Mr Sikes took the five pound note ورقة فئة 5 جنيهات from Oliver's pocket جيب and gave the books to Fagin.
• Oliver asked them to take the books and money back to Mr Brownlow. He had been so good to him عطوف عليه and he didn't want him to think he had stolen them. Fagin laughed.
 Punishing Oliver:  معاقبة أوليفر  
• Oliver tried to escape, but Mr Sikes beat ضرب him with a stick عصا. Nancy told him not to do that as he had already become a thief like them. She warned حذر him to leave Oliver or she would call يستدعى the police. He looked surprised مندهش, but stopped hitting ضرب Oliver. He asked Fagin to take Oliver's clothes and lock يحبس him in a room.
 Warning Oliver:  تحذير أوليفر
• The next day, Fagin let Oliver out. He told him how kind عطوف he had been to him when he arrived in London. He also told him that, if he said anything to the police, things would not be so good for him.
 An advertisement about Oliver: إعلان عن أوليفر
• A few days after Oliver had been taken back to Fagin's, Mr Bumble was in London on the day that an advertisement إعلان came out نشر in a newspaper. It asked for any information people had about a lost boy called Oliver Twist. Mr Bumble read this with interest باهتمام, then asked people how to find Mr Brownlow's house.
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 Mr Bumble's opinion of Oliver:  رأى مستر بامبل عن أوليفر  
• When Mr Bumble got there, he told Brownlow all he knew about the bad and difficult boy that he knew so well. Mr Grimwig said that he had told him that Oliver was bad. Mr Brownlow sadly بحزن said he was right على حق and he did not want to hear his name ever again.
 Asking Oliver to join the gang:  طلب أوليفر للانضمام للعصابة
• One day at Fagin's, the Artful Dodger asked Oliver to clean his boots حذاء . Oliver did not like doing these things, but at least he had people to talk to. The Artful Dodger asked Oliver to join ينضم إلى their gang عصابة. He told him to take things and he'd be rich. If he didn't take people's watches, someone else would.
• Oliver preferred to go back to Mr Brownlow's. Charley said that Fagin wouldn't like that as he had plans for him.
 Fagin's plans for Oliver:  خطط فاجن لأوليفر
• Fagin was planning يخطط something for Oliver with Mr Sikes. He was going to do more than take people's watches.
• Mr Sikes said they needed a boy to help them to get inside a large house in the countryside الريف. Fagin said he could use Oliver who would be just right مناسب for the job. Nancy could bring him to his house that night.
 Bringing Oliver to Mr Sikes's house: إحضار أوليفر إلى منزل مستر سايكس
• Nancy took Oliver to Mr Sikes's house. She promised to help him again but that was not the time. Oliver had no choice اختيار and he followed يتبع Nancy to Mr Sikes's house.
 Going to the country:  الذهاب إلى الريف
• The next morning, Mr Sikes took Oliver to an old house in the country. Mr Sikes opened the door and they went inside. He introduced Oliver to Toby Crackit, a man with long hair. Toby suggested resting يستريح by the fire. The fire was warm and it had been a long day, so Oliver soon began to fall sleep يغلبه النوم.
 Breaking into a large house: اقتحام منزل كبير
• At 1:30 am, Mr Sikes woke Oliver up from a deep sleep. They walked through the countryside. Oliver did not know where they were. Eventually فى النهاية, they stopped by a high brick wallسور من الطوب .
• Toby ordered Oliver to climb يتسلق up, and Oliver followed يتبع him up onto the wall. Oliver could see a large house. He understood that they were going to break into يقتحم the house.
• Oliver refused but Sikes told him to do as he was told or there'd be trouble. He threatened هدد him with a gun مسدس.
• Oliver followed them across عبر the gardens to a small window at the bottom of the house. It was too small for any adult شخص بالغ to climb through, but it was not too small for a child. They easily broke it open and there was a small space مكان for Oliver to get into يدخل the house.
• Mr Sikes asked Oliver to go upstairs الطابق العلوى to open the front door for them. They pushed دفعوا Oliver through the space in the window and Oliver began to walk into the dark house. Suddenly فجأة, Oliver heard someone inside the house shout something. Then there was a loud bang صوت إطلاق النار.
 Shooting Oliver:  إطلاق النار على أوليفر
• Mr Sikes took Oliver's arm and pulled him back through the space in the window. Toby asked what had happened. Sikes told him that the boy had been shot.

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Questions & answers

1- What did Oliver find when he woke up at Mr Brownlow's house?
 - He found that the painting صورة of the woman on the wall had gone اختفت.

2- Why was the painting of the woman taken down تم إنزالها?
 - Because it seemed to worry تقلق Oliver.

3- Why did Oliver protest يحتج when the painting صورة of the woman was taken down?
 - Because he liked it.

4- What did Mrs Bedwin promise يوعد Oliver to do in case في حالة he got well?
 - She promised to put it back in case فى حالة he got well يتحسن.

5- What did Mr Brownlow do when Oliver got better يتحسن?
 - He bought him some new clothes.

6- What did Oliver tell Mr Brownlow when he asked him about his life?  
 - He told him about his time at the workhouse إصلاحية.

7- Who was Mr Grimwig?
 - He was Mr Brownlow's friend.

8- Why did Mr Brownlow send Oliver to the bookshop المكتبة?
 - To pay for يدفع ثمن some books and to return ليعيد some others.

9- Why did Oliver ask Mr Brownlow to let يسمح له him pay for the books?
 - He wanted to help Mr Brownlow for being kind عطوف to him.              

10- What did Mr Brownlow give Oliver when he sent him to the bookshop?
 - He gave him five pounds and some books.

11- Why did Mr Grimwig think that Oliver wouldn't return? Was he right?
 - Mr Grimwig though Oliver wouldn’t return to Mr Brownlow because he would return to the thieves لصوص because he had money, new clothes and books. Mr Grimwig was partly جزئيا right: Oliver did return to the thieves, but not willingly ليس برغبته.

12- Why did Mr Brownlow look worried after sending Oliver to the bookshop?
 - Because Mr Grimwig told him that the boy wouldn't be back.

13- What happened to Oliver while he was walking to the bookshop?
 - Nancy and Mr Sikes kidnapped him اختطفوه and led him قادوه to Fagin's old shop.

14- What did Nancy tell the people who saw her grab Oliver?
 - She told them that Oliver had run away from هرب home and she was returning him to his parents والديه.

15- Why couldn't Oliver run away from Nancy and Mr Sikes?
 - Because he wasn't strong enough.

16- Where did Nancy and Mr Sikes lead Oliver after kidnapping him?
 - They led him to an old shop where there were Fagin, Charley and the Artful Dodger.

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17- What did the boys do when they saw Oliver in his new clothes?
 - They started laughing بدأوا يضحكون.

18- What did Fagin and Mr Sikes do with Oliver's new clothes, the money and the books?  
 - Fagin took the new clothes and the books while Mr Sikes took the money.

19- Why did Oliver beg Fagin and Mr Sikes to take the books and money back to Mr Brownlow?
 - Because Mr Brownlow had been so good to him عطوف عليه and because he would think he stole them.

20- What did Mr Sikes do to Oliver when he tried to escape?
 - He began to beat يضرب him with a stick عصا.

21- Show that Nancy was kind to Oliver.
 - She asked Mr Sikes to stop hitting ضرب Oliver and threatened هددت to call تستدعى the police if he didn't stop.

22- Why did Mr Sikes stop hitting Oliver?
 - Because Nancy threatened هددت to call the police if he didn't stop.

23- How did Fagin threaten يهدد Oliver?
 - He told him that if he said anything to the police, things would not be so good for him.

24- What was the advertisement إعلان, which Mr Bumble saw in the newspaper, about?
 - To ask for any information people had about a lost boy called Oliver Twist.

25- Why did Mr Brownlow put an advertisement in the newspaper?
 - It asked for any information people had about a lost boy called Oliver Twist.

26- What did Mr Bumble do when he read the advertisement in the newspaper?
 - He asked people how to find Mr Brownlow's house. When he got there, he told Brownlow all he knew about the bad and difficult boy that he knew so well.

27- Why did Mr Bumble talk to Mr Brownlow about Oliver? What was the result of their conversation?
 - Because Mr Brownlow put an advertisement asking for information about Oliver. Mr Bumble said only bad things about Oliver. As a result كنتيجة, Mr Brownlow didn’t want to hear anything about the boy again.

28- What did the Artful Dodger ask Oliver to join? How did he try to persuade him يقنعه?
 - He asked him to join their gang العصابة. He said that he could be rich by taking people's things.

29- What plans خطط did Fagin have for Oliver?
 - Fagin wanted to make him a thief لص. He let سمح Sikes use Oliver to rob يسطو على a house.

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30- What did Oliver do when the Artful Dodger asked him to join their gang.
 - He refused to join the gang saying that he would prefer to go back to Mr Brownlow's.

31- Show how Nancy sympathised with تعاطفت مع Oliver.
 - She sympathised with Oliver and asked Mr Sikes to stop hitting him. She told Oliver that she tried to help him and promised to help him again.

32- Where did Mr Sikes take Oliver when they set off into a cold, cloudy morning?
 - He took him to an old house in the country where they met Toby Crackit.

33- Who was Toby Crackit?
 - He was a thief لص in Fagin's gang.

34- Why did Mr Sikes wake Oliver up from a deep sleep at half past one?
 - They were going to break into يقتحم a house in the countryside الريف.

35- What did Oliver see when he climbed up the wall in the countryside?  
  - He saw a large house.

36- Did Oliver want to help the gang to rob the house? Explain.
 - No, he didn't. He cried asking not to ask him to do such a thing. Sikes told him to be quiet and do as he was told or there'd be trouble. He threatened him هدده with his gun مسدس.

37- Why did Sikes and Crackit need Oliver to help the gang to break into the house?
 - Because the window was too small for any adult شخص بالغ to climb through, but it was not too small for a child.

38- Where was the house that Sikes and Crackit want to rob?
 - It was in the countryside.

39- What happened when Oliver went inside the house?
 - Oliver heard someone shout something. Then there was a loud bang صوت إطلاق النار. Oliver was shot.

40- Was the robbery successful ناجحة? Why?
 - No, because Oliver heard someone shout something. Then there was a loud bang. Oliver was shot.

Quotations

1- "We took it down because it seemed to worry you."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mrs Bedwin said this to Oliver.
2- What was the speaker talking about?
 - She was talking about the painting of the woman on the wall.
3- Did that thing really worry يقلق the listener المستمع? Why / why not.
   - No, it didn't worry him because he said that he liked it.

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2- "Get well, then, Oliver, and we can put it back."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mrs Bedwin said this to Oliver.
2- What was the speaker talking about?
 - She was talking about the painting of the woman on the wall.
3- Why would the speaker put that thing back?
   - Because Oliver liked it.

3- "Hello, is this the boy you told me about?"
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Grimwig said to Mr Brownlow.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?
   - He was talking about Oliver Twist.
3- What did the speaker think of that boy?
   - He thought that he was a bad boy and a thief.

4- "We need to pay for these new books."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mrs Bedwin said this to Mr Brownlow.
2- Who would be sent to pay for the books?
    - Oliver would be sent to pay for the books.
3- Who suggested اقترح sending that person?
    - Mr Grimwig suggested sending him.

5- "Yes, do let me help you, sir.".
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Oliver said this to Mr Brownlow.
2- What did the speaker want to do to help the listener?
    - He wanted to go to the bookshop to pay for the books.
3- Why did the speaker beg the listener to give him that chance فرصة?      
    - Oliver wanted to repay يكافئ Mr Brownlow for all his kindness عطف.

6- "I need one pound change. Some of the books need to go back, too.”
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Brownlow said this to Oliver.
2- How much did the books cost?
 - They cost four pounds.
3- Where would these books go back?
   - They need to go back to the bookshop.

7- "Do you really think he'll come back?"
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Grimwig said this to Mr Brownlow.
2- When was this said?
    - He said this just after Oliver went to pay for the books.
3- How did the listener reply? Do the speaker and the listener share يشارك the same opinion?
    - He said of course Oliver would come back. The speaker and listener do not have the same opinion.

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8- "He has new clothes, some books and five pounds."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Grimwig said this to Mr Brownlow.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?
   - He was talking about Oliver Twist.
3- What were the speaker and listener arguing يجادل about?
    - Mr Grimwig thought that Oliver would run away يهرب with the things he had, but Mr Brownlow was sure he would go back.

9- "I'm sure he'll go back soon."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Brownlow said this to Mr Grimwig.
2- Did the listener agree with this opinion?  
   - No, he didn't because he was kidnapped تم اختطافه by Nancy and Mr Sikes.
3- Did the person they were talking about go back soon? Why / Why not?
   - No, he didn't because he thought that Oliver was a bad boy and a thief.

10- "There you are! I've found him!"
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Nancy said this to Mr Sikes.
2- Who did the speaker find?
   - She found Oliver.
3- Why were they looking for that person?
   - Because they were afraid he would tell the police about them.

11- "Let go of me."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Oliver said this to Nancy.
2- Why did the speaker ask the listener to let go of him?
    - Because she grabbed him by the arm. She was trying to kidnap him so as not to tell the police about the gang.
3- Why couldn't the speaker run away then?
    - Because he wasn't strong enough to run away.

12- "He's run away from home. I'm taking him back to his mother and father"
1- Who said this?
    - Nancy said this to.
2- To whom was it said?
   - It was said some people in the street.
3- Where was the speaker really taking 'him' to?
   - She was taking him to Fagin's old house.

13- "Come with me, Oliver, you bad boy."
1- Who was speaking?
    - Mr Sikes was speaking.
2- Where did he want to take Oliver?
    - He wanted to take him to Fagin's house.
3- What trick الحيلة did the speaker play to take Oliver there?
   - He and Nancy pretended ادعت that they knew Oliver's mother and father and that they were taking the boy to them.
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14- "Look at his clothes and books! What a gentleman."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Charley said this to the Artful Dodger and Fagin.
2- Who were they laughing at?
    - They were talking about Oliver who looked like a gentleman because he was wearing new clothes that Mr Brownlow bought him.
3- How would that person lose these clothes and books?
   - Fagin would take them from him.

15- "And I will have this five pound note for our troubles."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Fagin.
2- Whose مِلك من five pound note was it?
   - It was Mr Brownlow's.
3- What troubles did the speaker reward يكافئ himself for?
    - The troubles of looking for Oliver and kidnapping him.

16- "Please, take the books and money back to Mr Brownlow."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Oliver said this to Fagin and Mr Sikes.
2- Why did the speaker want to return the books and money to Mr Brownlow?
   - Because he might think that Oliver stole them.
3- Did the listener agree?
    - No, he didn't.

17- "Don't do that to the boy! He's already a thief like me."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Nancy said this to Mr Sikes.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?
   - She was talking about Oliver.
3- What was the listener doing to the boy then? Why?
    - He was beating يضرب him with a stick because he tried to escape.

18- "Take his clothes and lock him in a room," he said angrily.
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Fagin
2- Why was the speaker angry?
   - Because Nancy asked him to stop hitting Oliver and threatened to call the police.
3- Why would that person be locked in a room?
    - Because he tried to escape.

19- "I told you he was a bad one."
1- Who said to whom?
    - Mr Grimwig said this to Mr Brownlow.
2- Who did the speaker mean?
    - Oliver.
3- How did they make sure that this person was a bad one?
    - Mr Bumble visited Mr Brownlow and told him that Oliver was a bad and difficult boy.
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20- "Sadly, you were right. I do not want to hear his name ever again. "
1- Who said these words and to whom?
    - Mr Brownlow said these words to Mr Grimwig.
2- Why did he say "You were right"?
    - He said “You were right” because Mr Grimwig had said that Oliver would return to the thieves.
3- Whose name does he not want to hear again and why? What did he learn about the person?
    - He doesn’t want to hear Oliver’s name because he learned (from Mr Bumble) that Oliver was bad.

21- "Why don't you join our gang? Take things and you'll be rich."
1- Who said to whom?
    - The Artful Dodger said this to Oliver.
2- Who were the gang members أعضاء?
    - They were Fagin, Mr Sikes, Charley, Nancy and Toby.
3- What was the listener's reply?
    - He refused, saying that he would prefer to go back to Mr Brownlow's.

22- "I would prefer to go back to Mr Brownlow's."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Oliver said this to the Artful Dodger.
2- What was this said?
    - It was said when the Artful Dodger asked Oliver to join their gang.    
3- Why would the speaker prefer to go back to Mr Brownlow's?
    - Because Mr Brownlow was very kind to him.  

23- "We need a boy to help us to get inside a large house in the countryside."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Fagin.
2- Who did the listener suggest?
    - He suggested Oliver.
3- Why did they need a boy for that job المهمة?
    - Because the window was too small for any adult to climb through, but it was not too small for a child.

24- "You must come with me to Mr Sikes's house. It's better that you don't ask."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Nancy said this to Oliver.
2- Why would this person go to Mr Sikes's house?
    - They wanted him to help Mr Sikes and Toby break into a house.
3- How was the speaker sympathetic متعاطفة with the addressed person?
   - She told him that she would try to help him in time في الوقت المناسب.  

25- "I'm not happy about this either. I've tried to help you, but it's no good. I'll try and help you again, but this is not the time. Now, come with me. "
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Nancy said this to Oliver.


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2- How did the speaker try to help the other person?
   - She told Mr Sikes to stop beating Oliver.
3- Where were they going and why?
   - Nancy was taking Oliver to Mr Sikes so that Oliver could help him rob a house.

26- "This is the boy who can help us tonight."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Toby Crackit.
2- Who was that boy?
   - That boy was Oliver.
3- Why did they need a boy to help them?
   - They wanted him to climb through a small window and then go inside the house and open the door for them.

27- "Climb up!"
1- Who said these words? To whom?
   - Toby said this to Oliver.
2- What did the speaker want the other person to climb?
    - A high brick wall.
3- What did the listener see when he climbed up? What did he finally understand?
   - A large house. He understood that they were going to break into the house.

28- "Be quiet. Do as I tell you or there'll be trouble."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Oliver.
2- Where were they?
    - They were on top of the wall of the house in the country.
3- What did the speaker do to show the other listener what the trouble would be?
    - He pointed to his gun.

29- "Take this light and go upstairs, then you can open the front door for us."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Oliver.
2- Where did this conversation take place?
   - In the large house in the countryside.
3- Did the listener go upstairs and open the door as planned?
   - No, he didn't because he was shot.

30- "The boy's been shot. Quick, run."
1- Who said this to whom?
    - Mr Sikes said this to Toby.
2- What was the boy trying to do when he was shot?
    - He was trying to go upstairs to open the door for Mr Sikes and Toby.
3- Who shot the boy?
    - A servant at Mrs Maylie called Mr Giles.



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Find the mistake in each sentence and correct it

1-  Nancy promised Oliver to put the painting back in case he got well.
    Mrs Bedwin promised Oliver to put the painting back in case he got well.
2-  Mrs Bedwin bought Oliver some new clothes.
    Mr Brownlow bought Oliver some new clothes.
3-  Oliver told Mr Grimwig about his time at the workhouse.
    Oliver told Mr Brownlow about his time at the workhouse.
4-  Mr Grimwig was Mr Brownlow's servant.
    Mr Grimwig was Mr Brownlow's friend.
5-  Oliver was taking money and books to the market.
    Oliver was taking money and books to the bookshop.
6-  Mr Grimwig trusted Oliver.
     Mr Brownlow trusted Oliver.
7-  While Oliver was walking to the bookshop, Sikes grabbed him by the arm.
 While Oliver was walking to the bookshop, Nancy grabbed him by the arm.
8-  Nancy said that she was taking Oliver back to Mr Brownlow.
 Nancy said that she was taking Oliver back to his mother and father.
9-  Nancy and Charley took Oliver back to Fagin.
    Nancy and Bill Sikes took Oliver back to Fagin.
10-  When the boys saw Fagin, they started laughing.
  When the boys saw Oliver, they started laughing.
11-  Charley took the money and gave the books to Fagin.
  Mr Sikes took the money and gave the books to Fagin.
12-  Oliver tried to escape, but Mr Sikes beat him with a gun.
      Oliver tried to escape, but Mr Sikes beat him with a stick.
13-  Nancy told Bill to stop beating Fagin.
      Nancy told Bill to stop beating Oliver.
14-  Nancy told Mr Sikes that Oliver had already become a beggar like them.
      Nancy told Mr Sikes that Oliver had already become a thief like them.
15-  Mr Sikes asked Nancy to lock Oliver in a room.
  Mr Sikes asked Fagin to lock Oliver in a room.
16-  Fagin was cruel to Oliver when he arrived in London.
  Fagin was kind to Oliver when he arrived in London.
17-  Mr Bumble put an advertisement in the newspaper to ask about Oliver.
      Mr Brownlow put an advertisement in the newspaper to ask about Oliver.
18-  Mr Sikes asked people how to find Mr Brownlow's house.
  Mr Bumble asked people how to find Mr Brownlow's house.
19-  The Artful Dodger asked Oliver to join their team.
      The Artful Dodger asked Oliver to join their gang.
20-  The bank that Sikes and Crackit will rob is outside London.
      The house that Sikes and Crackit will rob is outside London.






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Chapter 3 in dialogue

Mrs Bedwin: We took it down because it seemed to worry you.
Oliver: But I liked it.
Mrs Bedwin: Get well, then, Oliver, and we can put it back.
Mr Brownlow: Oliver, this is my friend Mr Grimwig.
Mr Grimwig: Hello, is this the boy you told me about?
Mr Brownlow: Yes.
Mrs Bedwin: We need to pay for these new books, Mr Brownlow.
Mr Grimwig: Send the boy to pay for them.
Oliver: Yes, do let me help you, sir.
Mr Brownlow: Of course. Here's five pounds. Take the money to the bookshop. I need one pound change. Some of the books need to go back, too.
Mr Grimwig: Do you really think he'll come back?
Mr Brownlow: Of course. Don't you?
Mr Grimwig: He has new clothes, some books and five pounds. The boy will go straight to his friends the thieves and never come back.
Mr Brownlow: I'm sure he'll be back soon.
Nancy: There you are! I've found him!
Oliver: What are you stopping me for? Let go of me.
Nancy: He's run away from home. I'm taking him back to his mother and father.
Mr Sikes: Come with me, Oliver, you bad boy.
Charley: Look at his clothes and books! What a gentleman! We must give you different clothes so those don't get dirty.
Mr Sikes: And I will have this five pound note for our troubles. You can have the books, Fagin.
Oliver: Please, take the books and money back to Mr Brownlow. He has been so good to me. He'll think I stole them!
Fagin: You're right, Oliver. He will think you stole them!
Nancy: Don't do that to the boy! He's already a thief like me. You've got his money. Leave him alone or I'll call the police!
Mr Sikes: Take his clothes and lock him in a room.
Mr Grimwig: I told you he was a bad one.
Mr Brownlow: Sadly, you were right. I do not want to hear his name ever again.
The Artful Dodger: Why don't you join our gang? Take things and you'll be rich. If you don't take people's watches, someone else will.
Oliver: I would prefer to go back to Mr Brownlow's.
Charley: Fagin won't like that. He has plans for you.
Mr Sikes: We need a boy to help us to get inside a large house in the countryside.
Fagin: Then use Oliver. He'll be just right for the job. Nancy can bring him to your house tonight.
Nancy: You must come with me to Mr Sikes's house.
Oliver: What for?
Nancy: It is better that you don't ask.
Nancy: Look! I'm not happy about this either. I've tried to help you, but it's no good. I'll try and help you again, but this is not the time. Now, come with me.
Mr Sikes: Hello, Toby Crackit. This is the boy who can help us tonight.

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Toby Crackit: Good. Now let's rest by the fire.
Toby Crackit: Climb up!
Oliver: Please, no! Don't ask me to do this!
Mr Sikes: Be quiet. Do as I tell you or there'll be trouble.
Mr Sikes: Take this light and go upstairs, then you can open the front door for us.
Mr Sikes: Come back!
Toby Crackit: What's happened?
Mr Sikes: The boy's been shot! Quick, run!


Homework

Test 1

A) Answer the following questions:
1- How was Oliver taken back to Fagin's house?
2- When the policeman took Oliver, What did Charley and the Artful do?
3- What happened when Oliver tried to run away?
4- What did Mr Brownlow do when Oliver got better?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
"This is the boy who can help us tonight."
1- Who said this to whom?
2- Who was that boy?
3- Why did they need a boy to help them?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Mr Sikes and Charley led Oliver back to Fagin's house.
2- Mr Brownlow and Mr Grimwig had the same opinion about Oliver.

Test 2

A) Answer the following questions:
1- Why did Mr Sikes wake Oliver up from a deep sleep at half past one?
2- What did Oliver see when he climbed up the wall in the countryside?  
3- Did Oliver want to help the gang to rob the house? Explain.
4- Why did Sikes and Crackit need Oliver to help the gang to break into the house?
 
B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
"Sadly, you were right. I do not want to hear his name ever again. "
1- Who said these words and to whom?
2- Why did he say "You were right"?
3- Whose name does he not want to hear again and why? What did he learn about the person?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Nancy told Mr Sikes that Oliver had already become a beggar like them.
2- Mr Sikes asked Nancy to lock Oliver in a room.


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Test 3

A) Answer the following questions:
1- What did Oliver do when the Artful Dodger asked him to join their gang?
2- Who was Toby Crackit?
3- Where did Mr Sikes take Oliver when they set off into a cold, cloudy morning?
4- Show how Nancy sympathised with Oliver.

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
"He's run away from home. I'm taking him back to his mother and father"
1- Who said this?
2- To whom was it said?
3- Where was the speaker really taking 'him' to?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- While Oliver was walking to the bookshop, Sikes grabbed him by the arm.
2- Nancy said that she was taking Oliver back to Mr Brownlow.

Test 4

A) Answer the following questions:
1- What did Nancy tell the people who saw her grab Oliver?
2- Why couldn't Oliver run away from Nancy and Mr Sikes?
3- Where did Nancy and Mr Sikes lead Oliver after kidnapping him?
4- What did the boys do when they saw Oliver in his new clothes?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
"I'm sure he'll go back soon."
1- Who said this to whom?
2- Did the listener agree with this opinion?  
3- Did the person they were talking about go back soon? Why / Why not?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Fagin asked Sikes to stop beating Oliver.
2- The Artful Dodger asked Oliver to join their team.

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