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SECOND TERM
PRACTICE TEST 4
a. Answer the following questions:
1. How did Captain John Nicholas of The Adventure know that there was a storm coming up?
He had experience with those weather conditions. (He knew it was the calm before a storm.)
2. Why did the sailors of The Adventure row back quickly to the ship without Gulliver?
A giant was coming after them.
3. Why did the captain of The Adventure order twelve men to go towards the shore in a small boat?
They were looking for drinking water.
4. How was Gulliver able to stop the giant cat from attacking him?
He walked up and down in front of the cat to show that he was not afraid of it.
b. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“I’m pleased to meet you, kind sir. I can offer you some of these coins if you’ll keep me safe.”
1. To whom did Gulliver say these words?
He said this to the farmer.
2. Did the “kind sir” agree to Gulliver’s offer?
He gave the money back but he did keep Gulliver safe.
3. What did the “kind sir” do to Gulliver afterwards?
He took him home and showed him to his family and took care of him.
c. Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1. The Adventure stopped in Asia for water and repairs.
The Adventure stopped in (the south of) Africa for water and repairs.
2. Of all the giants, the cat was the one that Gulliver feared the most.
Of all the giants, the baby was the one that Gulliver feared the most.

PRACTICE TEST 5

a. Answer the following questions:
1. Why didn’t Gulliver break his neck after the giant baby dropped him?
He landed in a soft blanket that was around the baby.
2. The giant farmer and his wife were kind to Gulliver after the fall. What did they do with him?
They made sure he wasn’t hurt and they let him rest on their bed.
3. In the land of the giants, Gulliver dreamt of his family and felt very sad when he woke up. Do you think the bed he was sleeping on made him feel even more sad and lonely? Explain.
Suggested answer: Yes, the bed made him think of his wife, and he felt very small and lonely on the big bed with no one around him.
4. How was Gulliver able to hurt the giant rat that attacked him?
He used his knife to defend himself.
b. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“They’ll want to pick him up and play with him. They might break his arms or drop him! I don’t want him to perform to strangers.”
1. Who said this?
Glumdalclitch/The farmer’s daughter said this.
2. To whom was this said?
It was said to her father, the farmer.
3. What do these words tell us about the speaker’s towards Gulliver?
Answers may vary. These words show that she cared about him and didn’t want him to be hurt. / These words show that she was jealous of him and thought of him as a toy that she didn’t want to share with others.
c. Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1. Glumdalclitch was the name given to Gulliver.
Grildrig was the name given to Gulliver. / Glumdalclitch was the name given to the farmer’s daughter.
2. The King bought Gulliver from the farmer.
The Queen bought Gulliver from the farmer.

PRACTICE TEST 6

a. Answer the following questions:
1. Why were the walls of Gulliver’s home made soft?
The walls were soft so he wouldn’t be hurt when someone carried the house.
2. Why was it important for Gulliver to be able to lock his door from inside?
It was important so he could prevent any rats or insects from entering.
3. Why didn’t Gulliver want to keep his key with Glumdalclitch?
He thought she would lose it because it was so small to her.
4. How did the Queen punish the servant who threw Gulliver in the bowl of cream?
She made him wash all the cream from Gulliver’s clothes.
b. Read the following quotation, then answer the questions:
“It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your own country is true.”
1. Who said this?
The King of Brobdingnag said this.
2. To whom was it said?
It was said to Gulliver.
3. What did the scholars say that was wrong?
They said it was impossible for there to be a land full of such small people (who lived
and ate as easily as the giants did in their own country).
c. Find the mistake in each of the following sentences and correct it:
1. A servant carried Gulliver up onto the roof of the palace.
A monkey carried Gulliver up onto the roof of the palace.
2. Gulliver’s shoes were the smallest thing ever made in the palace.
Gulliver’s key was the smallest thing ever made in the palace.
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