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Гэрийн даалгаварт Chapter 10-ийг ажилж ирэх

Chapter 9 -ийг дахин хийх

Хүүхэлдэйн театрийн хичээлд орох сонирхолтой хүүхдүүд байвал дуу шүлэг чээжилж ирж шалгуулах 

 

Chapter 10

The Fight With Friday

When I was on the ship sailing back to England, I remembered why I love sailing so much. I love the sound of the waves and the smell of the salt in the air. It made me feel like I was in a dream.

Suddenly, I heard the captain's voice next to me: "Mr Crusoe, I want to talk to you about the native we have on board. People are not very friendly towards natives in Europe."

I realised that living on the island made me forget what life was like in Europe.

"Perhaps we can leave him with his people on another nearby island."
"I'll be happy to do anything you want, Mr Crusoe."
Friday sat alone at the front of the ship. I went and sat with him.
"Friday, life in Europe is very different. Maybe you should stay here with your own people."
"My people are always fighting, Master Robinson. They wanted to kill me. They will want to kill me again. No, I want to stay with you. You are my friend now."

I never saw how the natives lived on their islands but I had a clear picture of it in my head. I closed my eyes and I saw the natives, men and women. I saw their houses made from trees and leaves. The boat moved slowly through the water. I thought and I thought. Then, the boat stopped.

"We're here, Mr Crusoe."
I looked up and some of the captain's men held Friday by the arms.
"Master Robinson, don't leave me behind."
"I think it's better this way, Friday."

I said one thing, but I felt another. The captain's men took Friday to the beach of an island. I went with them. Suddenly, there were natives everywhere. They captured us. Now, I thought, my life will end. Friday spoke to them in his language. He told us there was a way for us to leave. The natives wanted to see a fight to the death between Friday and me.

"But I can't."
"Go on, Crusoe. We will all die if you don't do it."

Friday said nothing. They made a large circle in the sand on the beach. Friday and I had to stay inside that circle and fight until one of us killed the other. We each had a knife and a spear. 'I can't,' I thought. But Friday looked very serious. It was impossible for me to hurt him. I felt it all over my body, "I can't! I can't!"

My own voice woke me up. Friday was next to me. We were still on the ship.
"What happened, Master Robinson?"
"I had a dream, a terrible dream."

That dream meant a lot to me. Friday's friendship was more important to me than anything in this world.  Friday and I sailed back to Lisbon. I found my old friend, the captain. He told me I could get a lot of money if I sold my land. I sold it, and I went back to England to see my parents. They were dead now, and that made me very sad. But now I knew many important things about life. My parents were right. I was not lucky at sea, and after all the years away from home, I realised that. Life is strange sometimes. It has its own way of teaching us what we need to learn.

 

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The Fight with Friday

I.      Listening

Listen to the recording and fill in the gaps with the correct word.

Friday said 1) …………… They made a large circle in the sand on the beach. 2) ………..  and I had to stay inside that circle and fight until one of us 3) ………….. the other. We each had a knife and a spear. "I can't", I thought. But Friday  4) ………..  very serious. It was impossible for me to hurt him. I felt it all over my 5) ………………..  "I can't! I can't!"

My own 6) ……………..  woke me up. Friday was next to me. We were still on the 7) …………………. "What 8) ……………….. , Master Robinson?"

"I had a dream, a 9) …………….  dream." That dream meant a 10) …………….  to me. Friday's friendship was more important to me than anything in this world.

II.   Comprehension questions

1              Why did Crusoe love sailing?
2              Why did Crusoe think that Friday should stay with his own people?
3              Why didn't Friday want to stay with his own people?
4              What did the natives want to see?
5              Did Crusoe really have to fight with Friday?
6              What did Crusoe do with his land?
7              What did Crusoe realise after years away from home?

III.  Topics for discussion

1              Did you like the story? Why/Why not?
2              Which part of the story did you like most?
3              Have you ever quarrelled with a friend? What was the reason?

IV.  Activities

A Look at the qualities below. Choose the three that you think are most important in a friend. Justify your choice.

polite

caring

patient

funny

Honest

Warm-hearted

loyal

Generous

calm

 

B Answer the questionnaire below to see what kind of friend you are. Justify your choice.

1   Your friend has asked you to lend him some money. What do you do?

A You refuse to give him any. He should have been more careful with his money.
B You give him the money, provided he returns it soon. C You give him the money and tell him you don't wanl il back.

2      One of your friends is not doing his homework. What do von do?

A Do his work for him.
B Warn him about the situation.
C Avoid him.

3   A true friendship is when you

A buy each other presents.
B help in difficult times.
C break the law for your friend.

4    Your friend has come to you with a serious problem. What do you do?

A Stay up all night listening to his problem.
B Lend him some money to make him feel good.
C Take the blame for what he has done.

5    Your friend borrowed your bicycle but he had an accident and your bicycle got damaged. What do you do?

A You decide not to speak to him again.
B Ask him to help you repair it.
C Tell him not to worry and forget about it.

POINTS:

1  A-O

2 A-2

3 A-0

4 A- 1

5 A-0

B-1

B-1

B-1

B-0

B-1

C-2

C-0

C - 2

C - 2

C-2

10-7 = Be careful. You are too nice. Your friends take advantage of you.

6-4 = You are a true friend. People can depend on you.

3-0 = Your are not a good friend! Try to be nicer to other people.

MATCH THE WORDS IN BOX A WITH THEIR OPPOSITES IN BOX B.

A

B

1

forget

a

possible

2

lucky

b

outside

s

Sad

c

unlucky

4

dead

d

worse

5

impossible

e

happy

6

inside

f

remember

7

better

g

alive

1 …… 2 ……. 3 …….. 4 ……. 5 …….  6 ……..

FILL IN THE GAPS WITH THE CORRECT WORD.

1              The sky is ……………. . There aren't any clouds, so I don't think is going to rain.
2              We all sat in a ………….. and started singing.
3              He looks very ………… He never smiles.
4              Students ………….. do their homework.
5              The children on the beach made castles with the ……………..

III.    Fill in the gaps with the correct preposition.

By        on          to        over

1              The natives ………….. the island were very friendly.

2              The person sitting next ………….. me is my friend Mary.

3              I could feel the pain all ………. my body.

4              She grabbed him ………….. the arms and held him tightly.