Oliver Twist: Chapter 4 (اولي ثانوي 2015)

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. Oliver Twist: Chapter 4 (اولي ثانوي 2015)




Oliver Twist: Chapter 4

Vocabulary

robbery سرقة helpless بائس
follow يتبع generosity كرم
shoot / shot / shot يطلق النار على awake مستيقظ
chase يطارد realise يدرك
nervously بعصبية prison سجن
cruel قاسى get him into trouble يورطه
blame يلوم detective مخبر سرى
gang عصابة examine يفحص
unconscious فاقد الوعي magistrate قاضى المحكمة
hurt يؤلم join ينضم إلى
towards تجاه send for يستدعى
knock on يطرق على upstairs الطابق العلوي
servant خادم choice اختيار
cook طباخ protect from يحمى من
thieves لصوص thankful شاكر
thief لص water يروى
take hold of يمسك lucky محظوظ
lady سيدة safe امن
pretty جميلة point to يشاور
patient مريض sign لافتة
bondage ضمادة the West Indies جزر الهند الغربية
wonder يتساءل workhouse إصلاحية
criminal مجرم locket قلادة

Summary

 Running to different places:  الهروب إلى أماكن مختلفة
• Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes ran all through the night after the robbery. To make it harder for anyone to follow يتبع them, they decided to run to different places. Mr Sikes stayed in the country, but Toby Crackit went to London to find Fagin.
 What happened to Oliver?  ماذا حدث لأوليفر  
• When Fagin knew that the robbery سرقة had not been successful, he was not at all happy.
• After Oliver was shot, Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes carried him through some fields, but people were chasing يطارد them. So they left him there in a field.
• Fagin visited Mr Sikes's house, but Nancy had no news of Mr Sikes or Oliver.
 Mr Monks's visit to Fagin:  زيارة مستر مونكس لفاجن
• Mr Monks visited Fagin. He was a tall man. He had dark hair and dark eyes and looked around nervously بعصبية, as if people were chasing him. He looked cruel.
• Monks blamed وبخ Fagin for not keeping Oliver with the gang عصابة. Fagin said that Mr Sikes had a job for him.
• Monks was worried because if Oliver was dead, the police would look for them.
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 Oliver's state:  حالة أوليفر  
• Oliver was not dead. He had only been unconscious فاقد الوعي. He woke up and found himself in the cold field where Mr Sikes and Toby Crackit had left him. His arm hurt يؤلم badly and he was so weak that he found it difficult to stand up.
 Going to Mrs Maylie's house:  الذهاب إلى منزل السيدة مايلى
• Gulliver walked towards تجاه the house he had visited the night before and after some minutes, he knocked on طرق على the door.
• Two servants خادمان, Mr Brittles and Mr Giles, were telling the cook الطباخ about the robbery السرقة and how they had chased طاردوا the thieves اللصوص. They were surprised to hear the knock and Mr Brittles opened the door nervously بعصبية.
• When they saw Oliver, Brittles took hold of أمسك his arm. Mr Giles went to tell the lady سيدة of the house, Mrs Maylie, that they got the thief that he shot.
 Getting a doctor:  إحضار طبيب  
• Rose, a pretty جميلة girl of seventeen who lived with Mrs Maylie, asked if Gulliver was hurt. She said they had to get a doctor at once. Mrs Maylie asked Mr Giles to carry Oliver up to his room.
 Sympathizing with Oliver:  التعاطف مع أوليفر
• Dr Losberne was surprised to hear about the robbery before seeing the patient. He asked the two women to see the thief. They went up to the bedroom nervously. They thought they would see a big, strong man and were very surprised to see a small sleeping boy with a bandage ضمادة on his arm.
• Rose wondered تساءل he such a young boy could be a criminal مجرم. She asked her aunt عمة to be kind to him. He looked so helpless بائس and small. If it hadn't been for لولا her generosity كرم, she might be helpless like that small child.
• The doctor suggested waiting until Oliver could talk to them. Then they could decide what to do with him. Oliver slept for most of that day.
 Listening to Oliver's story:  الإنصات إلى قصة أوليفر  
• Later, Oliver was awake مستيقظ. He told them all about his life. When Dr Losberne heard Oliver's story, he realised أدرك that Oliver needed to be helped.
 Dr Losberne's first plans to help Oliver:  خطة د. لوسبيرن الأولى لمساعدة أوليفر  
• Dr Losberne told Mr Giles that he had shot the boy. Mr Giles looked يبدو worried because if the boy had died, he would have gone to prison السجن.
• The doctor had a plan خطة. If Mr Giles was worried that Oliver could get him into trouble يورطه, he might not want to call the police. But this first plan did not work because Mr Brittles called Detective Blathers and Detective Duff from London. Detective Blathers asked them to tell him about the robbery. He heard they had one of the thieves.
• The doctor said that one of the servants made a mistake خطأ. Detective Duff asked where the boy had come from but the doctor asked him to have a look at the window where the thieves entered. The detectives went off انطلقوا to examine يفحص the house.
• The doctor wanted to help Oliver, but he didn't know what to say to the detectives. Mrs Maylie told him to tell them the boy's story and asked if he believed him. The doctor said he believed him, but it would not stop a magistrate  قاضى المحكمة from sending him to prison. He had run away from the place where he worked, then he joined a gang عصابة of thieves and tried to break into يقتحم a house.
• Rose cried why Mr Brittles had sent for the detectives. The doctor said they must not tell them Oliver's story.
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• Detective Blathers said that the criminals مجرمين were from the city. They were probably two men and a boy.
 Dr Losberne's second plans to help Oliver: خطة د. لوسبيرن الثانية لمساعدة أوليفر  
• Detective Duff said they wanted to see the boy upstairs. The doctor had no choice but to lead يقود them to the boy's room. As they walked upstairs الطابق العلوى, he quickly thought of another plan.
• Dr Losberne introduced قدم Oliver who hurt جرح his arm the day before and came for help that morning. Mr Giles took hold of أمسك Oliver thinking he was one of the thieves.
• Detective Blathers looked at Mr Giles and asked if he had shot Oliver or not.
• Mr Giles knew the doctor's story was not true. He wondered if the doctor had been protecting يحمى him from the police because he had shot someone.
• Mr Giles said he might have made a mistake. The two detectives left angry that they had not caught the thief. They said they would return if they discovered more information.
• Dr Losberne visited the family every day while Oliver was ill.
 Offering help:   عرض مساعدة  
• After some time, Oliver's arm began to get better يتحسن, and he wanted to show how thankful ممتن he was to these kind people who had helped him.
• One day asked Rose to let تسمح him water يروى your flowers or do something to make her happy. She told him he didn't need to do anything. She said she was lucky because she had an aunt who had enough money to help people like him.
• Oliver said he was very happy to be with them and that Mr Brownlow and his friends would love to know that he was safe.
 Going to Mr Brownlow's house:  الذهاب إلى منزل مستر براونلو
• When Oliver was completely better, Dr Losberne took him by coach to Mr Brownlow's house. Oliver was very excited. He was looking forward to يتطلع الى seeing the kind man who had helped him in London. He wanted to explain what had happened to his books and his money.
• When they reached the street where Mr Brownlow lived, Oliver looked white شاحب and asked if he was feeling ill. Oliver pointed to a sign لافتة on the door of Mr Brownlow's house. It said "Sold." Mr Brownlow asked a neighbour who told him that Mr Brownlow went to the West Indies جزر الهند الغربية six weeks before.
 Nurse Sally:  الممرضة سالى
• A poor woman visited Mrs Corney who was in charge of مسئولة عن the workhouse where Oliver was born. She told her that Nurse Sally did not have much time and she wanted to tell her something important.
• Mrs Corney went to visit Nurse Sally in her cold room. Nurse Sally told her when she was younger, she was a nurse to a woman who died in the workhouse that was the wrong place for her. She was rich enough for a good hospital. She stole from her before she died.
• Mrs Corney looked at the old nurse with interest باهتمام and asked what she had stolen. She told her that the asked her to take a gold locket عقد for the child, who was called Oliver. Mrs Corney asked what she asked her to do, but it was too late. The old nurse was dead.



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Questions & answers

1- What did Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes do to make it harder or anyone who was following يتبع them after the robbery attempt محاولة?
 - They ran to different places. Mr Sikes stayed in the country, but Toby went to London.

2- What happened to Crackit, Sikes, and Oliver after the failed فاشلة robbery attempt محاولة?
 - Crackit got back to London. Sikes stayed in the country. Oliver was found and taken in by the people of the house.

3- Why was Fagin not at all happy?
 - Because the robbery had not been successful.

4- What did Toby and Mr Sikes do with Oliver after he had been shot?
 - They carried him through some fields, but people were chasing يطارد them, so they left him in a field.

5- Describe Monks. Who do you think he is?
 - Monks is tall, with dark hair and dark eyes. He looks around nervously بعصبية. He looks cruel قاسى.

6- How does he feel about Oliver being used in the robbery attempt محاولة?
 - He is not happy that Oliver was used for a robbery, though the reason السبب is not very clear واضح. He seems mostly afraid of the police.

7- What did Monks blame يلوم Fagin for?
 - He blamed him for not keeping Oliver with his gang عصابة.

8- Why was Monks worried قلق when he knew that Oliver had been shot?  
 - Because if Oliver was dead, the police would look for them.

9- What happened to Oliver when Mr Sikes and Toby left him in the field?
 - He was unconscious فاقد الوعى. When he woke up, his arm hurt يؤلم badly and he was so weak ضعيف that he found it difficult to stand up.

10- How did Oliver reach Mrs Maylie's house after the robbery?
 - He walked slowly towards تجاه Mrs Maylie's house and knocked طرق on the door.

11- What did Mr Brittles do when he opened the door and saw Oliver?
 - He called, "Here's the thief!" and took hold of أمسك Oliver's arm.

12- How did Mrs Maylie and Rose treat عاملوا "the thief" when they knew that he was hurt?
 - They treated him kindly بعطف. They got a doctor to look after him.              

13- How did Dr Losberne explain that a young boy can be a criminal مجرم?
 - He said that evil الشر can live in anybody.

14- What did Rose ask Mrs Maylie to do to Oliver? Why?
 - She asked her to be kind to him because he was helpless بائس and small.
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15- According to طبقا لـ Rose, what would have happened to her if it hadn't been for لولا Mrs Maylie's generosity كرم?
 - Rose might have been helpless بائس like that small child, Oliver.

16- What was the obstacle العقبة in the way of Dr Losberne to help the poor boy when he heard his story?
 - It was that the servants knew the boy was a thief and they might call the police.

17- What was Dr Losberne's first plan to protect Oliver from the police? Why was that plan not successful?  
 - His plan was to make use of يستغل Mr Giles's being worried that the boy could get him into trouble, so he might not want to call the police. But the plan was not successful because Mr Brittles had already called the police.

18- Why did the doctor refuse to tell the police Oliver's story?
 - A magistrate قاضى المحكمة would send Oliver to prison السجن because he had run away from the place where he worked, then he joined a gang of thieves and tried to break into a house.

19- Who were Detective Blathers and Detective Duff? How were they good at their work?
 - They were the detectives مخبرين سريين who came from London to catch the thief. They discovered that the criminals مجرمين were from the city and that they were probably two men and a boy.

20- What was Dr Losberne's second plan to protect Oliver from the police?
 - He told the detectives that Oliver hurt جرح his arm and went there for help. He also said that Mr Giles caught the boy by mistake thinking that he was one of the thieves.

21- How did Mr Giles account for برر Dr Losberne's telling the police a false story about Oliver?
 - He thought that perhaps Dr Losberne was protecting him from the police because he had shot someone.

22- How was Dr Losberne's second plan to protect Oliver from the police successful?
 - Dr Losberne told the police that Oliver was not the same boy who was with the thieves, so the detectives didn't catch Oliver.

23- Why did the detectives leave Mrs Maylie's house angry?
 - Because they had not caught the thief. They would return if they discovered more information.

24- How did Oliver try to show how thankful he was to Mrs Maylie and Rose?
 - He offered to work for them. He asked to water their flowers or do something to make them happy.

25- Why did Rose say that she was lucky?
 - Because she had an aunt who had enough money to help helpless people like Oliver.

26- What did Oliver think Mr Brownlow and his friends would love to know?
 - He thought they would love to know that he was safe at Mrs Maylie's.
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27- Why was Oliver excited when Dr Losberne offered to take him by coach to Mr Brownlow's house?
 - Because he was looking forward to seeing the kind man who had helped him in London. He wanted to explain what had happened to his books and his money.

28- Why did Oliver look white when he and Dr Losberne reached the street where Mr Brownlow lived?
 - Because there was a sign on Mr Brownlow's house. It said "Sold."

29- How long did Oliver stay with Mrs Maylie?
 - Oliver stayed more than six weeks with Mrs Maylie.

30- What happened when Dr Losberne took Oliver to see Mr Brownlow?
 - They found that Mr Brownlow had moved to the West Indies six weeks earlier.

31- What did Mr Brownlow's neighbour tell Dr Losberne about Mr Brownlow?
 - He told him that Mr Brownlow went to the West Indies six weeks before.

32- Who was Mrs Corney?
 - She was in charge of مسئولة عن the workhouse where Oliver was born.

33- Why did Mrs Corney leave her room to visit the sick old woman?
 - Because the old woman wanted to tell her something important.

34- What did Nurse Sally tell Mrs Corney about Oliver's mother?
 - She told her that Oliver's mother was rich enough for a good hospital. The workhouse was the wrong place for her.
35- What did Nurse Sally admit اعترفت بـ  doing?
 - She admitted stealing a gold locket from Oliver's mother.


Quotations

1- "But where's the boy?"
1- Who said this to whom?
 - Fagin said this to Toby.
2- Which boy was the speaker referring to يشير إلى?
 - He was referring to Oliver.
3- What was the listener's answer?
   - He said that they had left the boy in a field after the robbery.

2- "After he was shot, we carried him through some fields."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Toby said this to Fagin.
2- Why was shot? Why?
   - Oliver was shot because he was trying to break into Mrs Maylie's house.
3- What did they do after carrying through some fields?
   - They left him in a field because people were chasing them.

3- "This was not well planned."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Monks said this to Fagin.
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2- What was the speaker talking about?
   - He was talking about the robbery attempt at the country house.
3- Why did the speaker say that it was not well planned?
   - Because the robbery was not successful and Oliver was shot.

4- "Mr Sikes had a job for him. And you should be happy I found him!"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Fagin said this to Monks.
2- For whom did Mr Sikes have a job?
 - He had a job for Oliver.
3- What was that job that Mr Sikes had for that person?      
   - He wanted Oliver to help him and Toby in breaking into a house.

5- "What if the boy's dead? The police will look for us!”
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Monks said this to Fagin.
2- Who would the police look for if that boy was dead?
   - The police would look for Fagin's gang.
3- Why was it likely من المحتمل that this boy would die?
   - Because he had been shot.

6- "Here's the thief!”
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Mr Brittles said this to Mr Giles and the cook.
2- Where were they then?
   - They were at Mrs Maylie's house.
3- Who was accused اتهم of being a thief? Why?
   - Oliver was accused of being a thief because he had tried to break into the house with Mr Sikes and Toby.

7- "We've got the thief that I shot!"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Mr Giles said this to Mrs Maylie and Rose.
2- Who did the speaker shoot?
 - He shot Oliver.
3- How could they get that "thief"?
   - Oliver walked to Mrs Maylie's house and knocked on the door. Then, the servants caught him.

8- "Is he hurt? We must get a doctor at once."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Rose said this to Mr Giles and Mrs Maylie.
2- Who were they talking about? Why was he hurt?
   - They were talking about Oliver. He was hurt because he was shot.
3- Who was the doctor that they got?
   - They got Dr Losberne.

9- "I think you should come and see the thief. You don't need to be afraid."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Mrs Maylie and Rose.

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2- What did the listeners expect the thief to be like?
  - They expected see a big, strong man.
3- What did the thief turn out اتضح to be like?
   - He turned out to be a small sleeping boy.

10- "How can such a young boy be a criminal?"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Rose said this to Dr Losberne and Mrs Maylie.
2- What reply did the speaker get to this question?
   - Dr Losberne told her that evil can live in anybody.
3- Was that boy really a criminal? State why.
   - No, he wasn't a criminal because he was forced مُجبر to break into the house against his will. ضد إرادته

11- "He looks so helpless and small. If it hadn't been for your generosity, I might be helpless like this small child!"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Rose said this to Mrs Maylie.
2- Who is the person talking about?
  - She is talking about Oliver, who is wounded.
3- What does the person mean by "If it hadn't been for your generosity ... "?
  - She means that Mrs Maylie was generous to adopt Rose when she was a child. This is why Rose now feels she wants to be generous in turn to some other child — Oliver.

12- "Let's wait until the boy can talk to us. Then we can decide what to do with him."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Mrs Maylie and Rose.
2- Why couldn't the boy talk to them at that moment?
   - Because he was very ill in bed.
3- What did they think that boy was? Why did they think so? اعتقدوا ذلك
  - They thought he was a thief. They thought so because he was trying to break into Mrs Maylie's house, but he was shot.

13- "You shot the boy, didn't you?"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Mr Giles.
2- What was the listener's reply?
   - He said that he shot the boy.
3- Why did that person shot that boy?
   - Because that boy was trying to break into Mrs Maylie's house.

14- "Yes, doctor. He isn't going to die, is he?"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Mr Giles said this to Dr Losberne.
2- Why was it probable محتمل that this person would die?
   - Because he had been shot.
3- Why was the speaker worried then?
   - Because he had shot the boy. He was worried he might go to prison.
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15- "Here they are! It's the detectives from London."
1- Who said this o whom?
   - Mr Brittles said this to Dr Losberne and Mr Giles.
2- Where did these detectives arrive?
   - They arrived at Mrs Maylie's house.
3- Why did the detectives go there?
   - To investigate يحققوا في the robbery at Mrs Maylie's.

16- "I want to help the boy, but I don't know what to say to the detectives."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Mrs Maylie.
2- Who did the speaker want to help?
 - He wanted to help Oliver.
3- Why did the speaker want to help that boy?
   - Because he heard his story and realised that he needed to be helped.

17- "We must not tell them Oliver's story."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Mrs Maylie and Rose.
2- Who did the speaker want to conceal يخفي (hide) Oliver's story from?
   - He wanted to conceal يخفي (hide) Oliver's story from the detectives.
3- Why did the speaker refuse to tell these people Oliver's story?
   - Because the magistrate would send Oliver to prison.

18- "This is the boy who hurt his arm yesterday and came here for help this morning."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Detective Duff and Detective Blathers.
2- What did the speaker want to hide from the addressed person(s)?
   - He wanted to hide that Oliver took part اشترك في in the robbery.
3- Why did the speaker wish to protect that boy from the police?
   - He sympathised with him and thought that he needed to be helped.

19- "You don't need to do anything. I'm lucky because I have an aunt who has enough money to help people like you. "
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Rose said this to Oliver.
2- What did the listener offer to do?
  - Oliver offered to work for Rose, to water her flowers or do anything for her.
3- Why do you think the speaker says this?
  - Probably because this is Rose’s way of showing her gratitude to Mrs Maylie, by being kind to someone else.

20- "What's the matter? You look white. Are you feeling ill?"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Dr Losberne said this to Oliver.
2- Why did the listener look white?
   - Because he found that Mr Brownlow had sold his house and moved.

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3- Why did the speaker take the listener to that place?
   - Because Oliver was looking forward to seeing the kind man who had helped him in London. He wanted to explain what had happened to his books and his money.

21- "Excuse me, Miss. Nurse Sally doesn't have much time. "
1- Who said this to whom?
   - A poor woman, to Mrs Corney.
2- Why did Nurse Sally not have much time?
   - Because she was very ill and she was about to على وشك أن die soon.
3- What did Nurse Sally want to do then?
   - She wanted to tell Mrs Corney something important about Oliver's mother.

22- "No, Miss, but she says she wants to tell you something important."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - A poor woman said this to Mrs Corney.
2- What does the pronoun "she" refer to?
   - It refers to Nurse Sally.
3- About whom was that important thing?
   - It was about Oliver's mother.

23- "When I was younger, I was a nurse to a woman who died here."
1- Who said these words? To whom?
   - Nurse Sally said this to Mrs Corney.
2- What did the speaker say about that woman?
   - She said that she was rich and that she had a gold locket. She asked Nurse Sally to take the gold for her child, but she stole it.
3- Why couldn't the speaker complete her story about that woman?
   - Because she died.

24- "She was rich enough for a good hospital. I stole from her before she died!"
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Nurse Sally said this to Mrs Corney.
2- What did the speaker steal and from whom?
   - She stole a gold locket from Oliver’s mother.
3- About how long after the theft did the speaker say this, and what happened to the speaker after saying this?
  - The speaker said this more than ten years/nearly eleven or twelve years after Oliver was born, and she died after saying this.

25- "I stole from her before she died."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Nurse Sally said to Mrs Corney.
2- Who does the word "her" refer to?
 - It refers to Oliver's mother.
3- What did the speaker steal?
   - She stole a gold locket.


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26- "This woman had a gold locket! She asked me to take the gold for the child."
1- Who said this to whom?
   - Nurse Sally said this to Mrs Corney.
2- Who was that child?
   - That child was Oliver.
3- What did the speaker do with the gold locket?
   - She stole it.

Find the mistake in each sentence and correct it

1-  Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes left Oliver in a garden.
    Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes left Oliver in a field.
2-  Toby Crackit and Bill Sikes went back to London.
    Only Toby Crackit went back to London.
3-  Fagin was happy that the robbery was not successful.
    Fagin was unhappy that the robbery was not successful.
4-  Oliver was left in the field and went to the house in the evening.
    Oliver was left in the field and went to the house in the morning.
5-  Monks met Fagin at Sikes's house.
    Monks met Fagin at Fagin’s house.
6-  Dr Losberne looked around nervously, as if people were chasing him.
 Mr Monks looked around nervously, as if people were chasing him.
7-  Monks said that Mr Sikes had a job for Oliver.
 Fagin said that Mr Sikes had a job for him.
8-  Mr Brittles and Mr Giles were detectives.
    Mr Brittles and Mr Giles were servants.
9-  Sally was a pretty girl of seventeen who lived with Mrs Maylie
    Rose was a pretty girl of seventeen who lived with Mrs Maylie
10-  Rose asked her aunt to be cruel to Oliver.
      Rose asked her aunt to be kind to Oliver.
11-  If it hadn't been for Corney's generosity, Rose might be helpless like Oliver.
    If it hadn't been for Maylie's generosity, Rose might be helpless like Oliver.
12-  Mr Giles called the detectives from London.
      Mr Brittles called the detectives from London.
13-  Dr Brownlow made the detectives think that Oliver was not the thief.
      Dr Losberne made the detectives think that Oliver was not the thief.
14-  Detective Blathers said that the criminals were from the village.
    Detective Blathers said that the criminals were from the city.
15-  Nurse Sally told Mrs Maylie about a woman who had died at the workhouse.
      Nurse Sally told Mrs Corney about a woman who had died at the workhouse.
16-  Monks said that Mr Brownlow would love to know that he was safe.
    Oliver said that Mr Brownlow would love to know that he was safe.
17-  Mr Bumble moved to the West Indies.
      Mr Brownlow moved to the West Indies.
18-  Nurse Sally stole a gold pocket from Oliver's mother.
      Nurse Sally stole a gold locket from Oliver's mother.
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19-  Oliver knocked on the door of Mrs Corney's house.
      Oliver knocked on the door of Mrs Maylie's house.
20-  Mrs Corney was in charge of the hospital where Oliver was born.
      Mrs Corney was in charge of the workhouse where Oliver was born.


Chapter 2 in dialogue

Fagin: But where's the boy?
Toby: After he was shot, we carried him through some fields, but people were chasing us. So we left him there, in a field.
Fagin: Hello, Monks! Come inside.
Monks: This was not well planned. Why didn't you keep the boy with your gang?
Fagin: Mr Sikes had a job for him. And you should be happy I found him!
Fagin: What if the boy's dead? The police will look for us!
Brittles: Here's the thief!
Mr Giles: We've got the thief that I shot!
Rose: Is he hurt? We must get a doctor at once.
Mrs Maylie: Carry him up to your room.
Dr Losberne: I think you should come and see the thief. You do not need to be afraid.
Rose: How can such a young boy be a criminal?
Dr Losberne: Evil can live in anybody.
Rose: Be kind to him, aunt. He looks so helpless and small. If it hadn't been for your generosity, I might be helpless like this small child!
Dr Losberne: Let's wait until the boy can talk to us. Then we can decide what to do with him.
Dr Losberne: You shot the boy, didn't you?
Mr Giles: Yes, doctor. He isn't going to die, is he? Will I go to prison?
Mr Brittles: Here they are! It's the detectives from London. I called them this morning.
Detective Blathers: My name is Detective Blathers. Tell me about the robbery. I hear you have a boy here, one of the thieves.
Dr Losberne: No, One of the servants made a mistake.
Detective Duff: So where did the boy come from?
Dr Losberne: Let's talk about the boy later. Come and look at the window where the thieves entered.
Dr Losberne: I want to help the boy, but if don't know what to say to the detectives!
Mrs Maylie: Tell them the boy's story. You believe him, don't you?
Dr Losberne: I believe him, but it would not stop a magistrate from sending him to prison. He has run away from the place where he worked, then he joined a gang of thieves and tried to break into a house!
Rose: Oh dear! Why did Mr Brittles send for these men?
Dr Losberne: We must not tell them Oliver's story.
Detective Blathers: We think the criminals were from the city. Probably two men and a boy.
Detective Duff: We want to see the boy upstairs.
Dr Losberne: This is the boy who hurt his arm yesterday and came here for help this morning. Mr Giles then took hold of the poor boy. He thought it was one of the thieves.
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Detective Blathers: You mean it's not the same boy?
Detective Blathers: Did you shoot this boy or not?
Mr Giles: Perhaps I made a mistake.
Detective Duff: If it's not the same boy, why are we here?
Oliver: Can I work for you? Let me water your flowers or do something to make you happy.
Rose: You don't need to do anything. I'm lucky because I have an aunt who has enough money to help people like you.
Oliver: I am very happy to be here. Mr Brownlow and his friends would love to know that I am safe here.
Dr Losberne: What's the matter? You look white. Are you feeling ill?
The neighbour: Mr Brownlow has moved. He went to the West Indies six weeks ago.
A woman: Excuse me, Miss. Nurse Sally does not have much time.
Mrs Corney: What's that to me? I can't keep her alive, can I?
A woman: No, Miss, but she says she wants to tell you •something important.
Nurse Sally: I must tell you something. When I was younger, I was a nurse to a woman who died here.
Mrs Corney: Yes, you helped many people here.
Nurse Sally: The workhouse was the wrong place for her. She was rich enough for a good hospital. I stole from her before she died!
Mrs Corney: What did you steal?
Nurse Sally: This woman had a gold locket! She asked me to take the gold for the child, who was called Oliver. She asked me to ...
Mrs Corney: What did she ask you to do?

Homework

Test 1

A) Answer the following questions:
1- Why did Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes run to different places?
2- What did Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes do when Oliver was shot?
1- Where did Toby Crackit and Mr Sikes leave Oliver? Why?
2- Who was Mrs Monks?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
   "He looks so helpless and small. If it hadn't been for your generosity, I might be helpless like this small child!"
1- Who said this to whom?
2- Who is the person talking about?
3- What does the person mean by "If it hadn't been for your generosity ... "?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Sally was a pretty girl of seventeen who lived with Mrs Maylie
2- Rose asked her aunt to be cruel to Oliver.

Test 2

A) Answer the following questions:
1- What did Monks blame Fagin for?
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2- Why was Fagin worried?
3- How did Oliver feel when he woke up in the field where he was left?
4- How did Mrs Maylie and Rose treat Oliver when they knew that he was hurt?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
    "You don't need to do anything. I'm lucky because I have an aunt who has enough money to help people like you. "
1- Who said this to whom?
2- What did the listener offer to do?
3- Why do you think the speaker says this?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Oliver knocked on the door of Mrs Corney's house.
2- Mrs Corney was in charge of the hospital where Oliver was born.

Test 3

A) Answer the following questions:
1- How was Dr Losberne's second plan to protect Oliver from the police successful?
2- Why did the detectives leave Mrs Maylie's house angry?
3- How did Oliver try to show how thankful he was to Mrs Maylie and Rose?
4- Why did Rose say that she was lucky?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
    "She was rich enough for a good hospital. I stole from her before she died!"
4- Who said this to whom?
5- What did the speaker steal and from whom?
6- About how long after the theft did the speaker say this, and what happened to the speaker after saying this?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Detective Blathers said that the criminals were from the village.
2- Nurse Sally told Mrs Maylie about a woman who had died at the workhouse.

Test 4

A) Answer the following questions:
1- What did Oliver think Mr Brownlow and his friends would love to know?
2- How long did Oliver stay with Mrs Maylie?
3- What happened when Dr Losberne took Oliver to see Mr Brownlow?
4- What did Mr Brownlow's neighbour tell Dr Losberne about Mr Brownlow?

B) Read the following quotation and answer the questions:
     "I stole from her before she died."
1- Who said this to whom?
2- Who does the word "her" refer to?
3- What did the speaker steal?

C) Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1- Monks said that Mr Sikes had a job for Oliver.
2- Mr Brittles and Mr Giles were detectives.

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