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Gulliver's Travels

Chapter five
Questions & answers
1- What would have happened if Gulliver had been hit on the floor?
  - The fall would have broken his neck
2- Why was Gulliver lucky when the baby giant dropped him?
  - Because he did not hit the hard floor but landed in a soft blanket.
3- Why didn't Gulliver get hurt when the baby giant dropped him?
  - He landed in a soft blanket that was held around the baby.

4- Why didn't Gulliver break his neck after the baby giant dropped him?
  - He landed in a soft blanket that was around the baby.
5- What did the children and the giant baby do when Gulliver landed in the soft blanket? - They laughed loudly.
6- How far was the giant farmer kind to Gulliver when he landed on the soft blanket?
  - He picked him up and looked at him closely to make sure he wasn’t hurt.
7- What could Gulliver see when the farmer smiled at him?
  - He could see great big lines in his skin and his hairs looked like the branches of small trees.
8- How far was the farmer's wife kind to Gulliver?
  - She carefully picked Gulliver up and carried him to a bed, where she put him down with a handkerchief over his legs
9- 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.
10- 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. - 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.
11- Why did Gulliver not know how to get down to the floor?
  - Because the bed was eight metres high.
12- Why didn't Gulliver call out to the farmer's wife when he didn't know how to get down to the floor? - Because his voice would be too quiet for anyone to hear through the great thick door to the room.
13- What happened to Gulliver when he was in the bedroom?
  - Two rats the size of large dogs attacked him.
14- How big were the rats that attacked Gulliver? - They were the size of two large dogs.
- How did the giant rats attack Gulliver? They jumped up onto the bed. One held onto his sleeve with its teeth, which were the size of swords.
15- How was Gulliver able to hurt the giant rat that attacked him?
  - He used his knife to defend himself.
16- What happened when Gulliver hurt the giant rat?
  - The rat gave a loud cry and ran away. Its horrible friend looked surprised and followed it off the bed and then out of the room through some hole.
17- Why was the farmer's wife surprised when she entered Gulliver's room?
  - She was surprised to see Gulliver sitting on the bed with a knife.
18- How did Gulliver try to explain what had happened to the farmer's wife?
  - He tried to explain what had happened through signs.
19- Why did the farmer's wife take Gulliver outside into the garden?
  - She took him outside into the garden so he could breathe some fresh air.
20- How old was Glumdalclitch? - She was nine years old
21- What did the farmer's daughter Glumdalclitch do for Gulliver?
- She helped her mother prepare a small bed for him. They put the bed on a low shelf inside a cupboard, which was to be his bedroom, a place that was safe from any rats.
- She sewed clothes for him and dressed him like a doll. She had made me seven shirts and four pairs of trousers.
- She taught him their language by pointing to things and telling him what they were called.
22- What did Glumdalclitch call Gulliver? What does this name mean?
  - She called him Grildrig, which means “puppet”.
23- What did the farmer do when his friend asked to see Gulliver? What did Gulliver do?
  - The farmer put him on his kitchen table and told him to talk to the farmer. Gulliver did what the old man asked him to do: he walked up and down and named the objects that he pointed to in their language.
24- Why did the farmer's friend put on his glasses? - To see Gulliver better
25- How did Gulliver make the farmer's friend angry?
  - When Gulliver looked at him he thought that his eyes look like two giant moons seen through two enormous windows, and this made him laugh.
26- 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 said 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.
27- Why was Glumdalclitch against taking Gulliver to the market?
  - She was very worried about Gulliver. The people at the market might be cruel to him. They'd want to pick him up and play with him. They might break his arms or drop him. She didn't want him to perform to strangers.
28- Why did Glumdalclitch ask her father to let her go with them to the market?
  - To be Grildrig's guard and check that people wouldn't hurt him.
29- How was Gulliver carried to the market?
- He was put in a small wooden box had three small holes for him to breathe and be able to look out.
30- How long did it take the farmer to reach the market?
- It took him half an hour to reach the market.
31- Why was the journey to the market uncomfortable although Glumdalclitch had put some of her dolls' soft blankets on the floor of the box?
  - Because the horse went about fourteen metres with each step and the box moved so much that he felt as if he was on a ship in a storm.
32- What did the farmer do on arriving at an inn next to the market?
  - He asked a friend to advertise what he had inside the box: a tiny human who could say things and perform for the public.
33- Why did Glumdalclitch sit on a low stool next to Gulliver?
- To look after him and to tell him what to do.
34- What tricks did Gulliver do to entertain the people at the inn?
  - He welcomed people when they entered the inn and went up and down when he was asked to do so. When Glumdalclitch asked him specific questions, he answered them.
35- How was the school boy about to kill Gulliver? How was he punished?
  - He threw a nut at him. It was the size of a large rock and it nearly hit his head. He was sent out of the room.
36- What did the farmer do before getting back to his house?
  - He put up a sign saying that they would return the next day.
37- How far was Gulliver tired after returning from the market?
  - He had to rest for three days.
38- Why couldn't Gulliver rest completely after returning from the market?
  - Each day, people paid the farmer to come and see him in his home. There were at least thirty people in his house at any time, usually other farmers with their wives and children of all ages.
39- What did the farmer decide to do to get much more money?
  - He decided to take Gulliver to all the cities in the land so he could show him to even more people.
40- How was Gulliver carried to the capital city?
  - He was carried in the box which Glumdalclitch had filled with many more of her dolls' soft blankets to make it more comfortable.
41- Why did the farmer, Glumdalclitch and Gulliver stop several times on the way to the capital?
  - To show Gulliver in all of the towns and some of the villages on the way to the capital.
42- How far was Glumdalclitch kind to Gulliver on the way to the capital?
  - She took Gulliver out of the box to give him some air, spending some time teaching him more of their language and show him where they were travelling.
43- What did Gulliver see on his journey to the capital?
  - He saw many enormous buildings and five or six rivers that were wider than the Nile.
44- For how long did Gulliver travel around the country with the farmer and his daughter? - He travelled around the country for ten weeks.
45- What was the capital city? - It was Lorbrulgrud.
46- Where did the farmer, Glumdalclitch and Gulliver stay in Lorbrulgrud?
  - They stayed in a hotel in the main street, not far from the King's palace. He hired a room in the hotel with a huge table in the middle where he could perform.
47- What did the farmer do to attract more people to see Gulliver?
  - He put up signs to advertise what Gulliver could do.
48- Why could Gulliver understand everything the people said?
  - Thanks to Glumdalclitch's language lessons, he could understand everything the people said.
49- 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. After a few weeks, Gulliver had lost a lot of weight and looked like a skeleton.
50- How was luck with Gulliver? - A servant arrived from the palace and said that the farmer should go at once to show Gulliver to the Queen.
51- What questions did the Queen ask Gulliver?
  - She asked him some questions about his own land and seemed very interested in his replies. She said he was an intelligent person despite his size.
52- What offer did the Queen make to the farmer?
  - She offered to buy Gulliver for a thousand pieces of gold.
53- 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.
54- Why didn't Gulliver say goodbye to the farmer as he was leaving?
  - Because he had bad feelings towards the farmer, who had overworked him and used him to make money.
55- 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 from him. But he liked Glumdalclitch because she took good care of him, and he asked the Queen to let her stay as his teacher.
56- What was the one request that Gulliver asked of the Queen?
- He asked to keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher.
57- Do you think the farmer is a selfish and greedy man? Explain.
  - Yes, because he treated Gulliver according to how much money Gulliver could make for him. He never cared for Gulliver or for his needs. He only cared about making money for himself.
58- 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 had a very good education. He 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.
59- Why was Gulliver afraid that he had made an enemy of the King?
  - Because the king believed the clever farmer had tricked the Queen into giving him money. He looked at Gulliver angrily.
Quotations
1- "How are you, sir? I'm very pleased to meet you."
1- Who said this to whom?                 - Gulliver said this to the farmer's friend.
2- Where were they?                 - They were in the farmer's house.
3- What did the speaker do soon after that? - He did what he was asked to do.
2- "Why is this little man laughing at me?"
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The farmer’s friend said this to the farmer.
2- Who was the little man?                   - Gulliver was the little man.
3- What does the speaker think of the little man? - He thinks he was so rude.
3- "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?
  - 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 as 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 and wanted to make more money, so he travelled around the country showing Gulliver to people.
4- "Why don't you take him to the market?"
1- Who said this to whom?        - The old man said this to the farmer.
2- Why did the speaker make that suggestion? - Because there are plenty of people there who would pay good money to see Gulliver walking and talking.
3- Why did the listener agree to that suggestion? - To make money.
5- "I'll take him there and do what you suggest."
1- Who said this to whom? - The farmer said this to the old man.
2- What did the other person suggest? Why?
  - He suggested taking Gulliver to the market because there are plenty of people there who would pay good money to see Gulliver walking and talking.
3- Do you think this was a good idea?
- 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
6- "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 it said?                   - It was said to her father, the farmer.
3- What do these words tell us about the speaker's feelings towards Gulliver?
  - 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.
7- "He'll be fine. Just think of the money we can get for him."
1- Who said this to whom? - The farmer said this to his daughter.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?- She was talking about Gulliver.
3- Why was this said? - She was worried that people might be cruel to Gulliver.
8- "Let me come with you, then. I can be Grildrig's guard, to check that people don't hurt him."
1- Who said this to whom?        - Glumdalclitch said this to her father.
2- Who was Grildrig?                   - It was the name that she gave to Gulliver.
3- Where will Grildrig be taken?      - He will be taken to the market
9- "I see. You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size. Perhaps you'd like to live here, in the palace, with the King and my family?"
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The Queen said this to Gulliver.
2- Why did the speaker think that he was intelligent?
- Because he answered all her questions about his land.
3- Why did the addressed person accept that offer?
- To get rid of the cruel greedy farmer.
10- "That's a very kind offer. However, I belong to the farmer. I would be happy to live with you, but only if the farmer agrees to it."
1- Who said this to whom?                  - Gulliver said this to the Queen.
2- What was that offer?                              - She offered Gulliver to stay in the palace.
3- What did the farmer do?                  - He sold Gulliver to the queen.
11- "I'm very happy now that you're my owner. Can I ask one small request?"
1- Who said this to whom?                   - Gulliver said this to the Queen.
2- What was the small request?       - It was to keep Glumdalclitch as his teacher.
3- Did the addressed person agree?       - Yes, she did.
12- "You're a lucky little man, you'll be well looked after here."
1- Who said this to whom?                             - The farmer said these words to Gulliver.
2- Why was that little man lucky?                  - Because he would stay in the palace.
3- Did that little man say goodbye to the speaker?- No, he didn't.
13- "What's this? Why have you brought me a toy?"
1- Who said this to whom?                              - The king said this to the Queen.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?        - He was talking about Gulliver.
3- Why did the speaker say that?
  - Because Gulliver looked like a toy as he was very little in the land of giants.
14- "I believe that clever farmer has tricked you into giving him money."
1- Who said this to whom?                              - The king said this to the Queen.
2- How did the farmer trick the addressed person?
  - He had only sold Gulliver to the Queen because he thought he would soon die.
3- Do you think the farmer is a Selfish and greedy man? Why?
  - Yes, because he never cared for Gulliver or for his needs. He only cared about making money for himself.
Homework
A)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- What did the farmer ask a friend to advertise when they reached an inn?
12- How was Glumdalclitch helpful to Gulliver on performing in the inn?
13- Why was the school boy in the inn sent out of the room?
14- Why was Gulliver exhausted and had to rest for three days?
15- Show that the farmer was greedy and heartless. طماع وبلا قلب
16- How far was the capital city away from the farm?
17- Why did Glumdalclitch put more dolls in Gulliver's box on his way to the capital city?
18- What did Gulliver see on his journey to the capital city?
19- Why did the farmer agree to sell Gulliver to the Queen?
20- Why was the top person in the navy against Gulliver?
21- Gulliver was lucky when the baby dropped him. Explain
22- To what extent was the farmer's face so strange to Gulliver?
23- How did Gulliver manage to defend himself against the two rats?
24- Why did the farmer, Glumdalclitch and Gulliver stop several times on the way to the capital?
25- How far was Glumdalclitch kind to Gulliver on the way to the capital?
26- What did Gulliver see on his journey to the capital?
27- For how long did Gulliver travel around the country with the farmer and his daughter?
28- Why was Glumdalclitch against taking Gulliver to the market?
29- Why did Glumdalclitch ask her father to let her go with them to the market?
30- How was Gulliver carried to the market?
31- How long did it take the farmer to reach the market?
32- How did the giant rats attack Gulliver?
33- How was Gulliver able to hurt the giant rat that attacked him?
34- What happened when Gulliver hurt the giant rat?
35- Why was the farmer's wife surprised when she entered Gulliver's room?
B) Read the following quotations and answer the questions:
1. "That's a chair. This is a table, and that's a window."
a)Who said this to whom? b)What was the speaker doing then? c)Where was this said?
2. "Why don't you take him to the market?"
a)Who said this to whom? b)Why did the speaker make that suggestion?
c)Why did the listener agree on that suggestion?
3." Father, what if the people at the market are cruel to Grildrig?"
a)Who said this to whom? b)Who was "Grildrig"? c)How was the speaker so kind to Grildrig?
4."Goodbye everyone, and thank you very much for your visit."
a) Who said this to whom? b) Where was the speaker at that time?
c) Why was the speaker there?
5." I see." "You are clearly an intelligent person despite your size."
a) Who said this to whom? b) Why did the speaker think the listener was intelligent?
c) What did the speaker offer the listener after that?
6."Go and get the money he needs."
a)Who said this to whom? b)What was that money for? c)What does "he" refer to?
7." I believe that clever farmer has tricked you into giving him money
a) Who said this to whom? b) When did the speaker say that sentence?
c) Why did the speaker think so?
8. "Why didn't you say goodbye to him?
a) Who said this to whom?                             b) When was it said?
c) Why didn't the addressed person say goodbye to him?
9. "My name's Gulliver, although my friends here call me Grildrig."
 a) Who said this to whom? b) When did the speaker say these words?
c) What did Grildrig mean?
10. "What's this? Why have you brought me a toy?"
a) Who said this to whom?                                                        b) Who was the speaker talking about?
c) Why did the speaker say that?
Chapter Six
Questions & answers
1- Why did the King of Brobdingnag look angry and confused?
  - Because of the strange little person who the Queen had bought from a farmer.
2- Why did the King of Brobdingnag ask for the advice of the best scholars in the land?
  - Because he looked angry and confused and he did not know what to think of Gulliver.
3- What did the advisers of the King of Brobdingnag say about Gulliver?
- One of them said he couldn't understand how a man could be so small and stay alive in their country.
- Another one said Gulliver wasn't very strong or very fast and his teeth were too small to eat anything without help, unless he ate insects.
- The oldest and wisest scholar said he must have been taught to say that by the farmer.
4- How did Gulliver defend himself against the scholars' accusations?
  - He said that there were many people like him in his country and that they lived and ate as easily as the people of their land.
5- 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 and 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.
6- What was the King's decision when he realised that Gulliver was telling the truth?
  - He said the Queen could keep Gulliver and Glumdalclitch could stay as his teacher as she liked him greatly.
7- Why was Glumdalclitch very pleased when the king allowed her to stay in the palace?
  - Because she was given her own room in the palace, as well as her own teacher and two servants.
8- 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. He also had two little chairs, two tables and some cupboards to put things in
9- Why were the walls of Gulliver's house made soft?
  - The walls were soft so he wouldn’t be hurt when someone carried the house.
10- 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.
11- Why didn't Gulliver want to keep his key with Glumdalclitch?
  - He thought she would lose it because it was so small to her.
12- What were Gulliver's new clothes made of?
  - They were made of the best cotton which felt rough and uncomfortable.
13- Who did Gulliver eat with? - He ate with the Queen and her daughters and Glumdalclitch, and on Wednesdays the King joined them.
14- How old were the Queen's daughters? - They were sixteen and thirteen.
15- Why was it strange for Gulliver to see the Queen's two daughters eat?
  - Because a meal for one of the daughters was big enough to feed twenty farmers in his country.
16- What did the king ask Gulliver about?
  - He asked him all about what they did for entertainment, how they worked and where they lived.
17- Why did the king laugh when Gulliver told him about his country?
  - Because he could not believe that people who were so small could have houses and cities, clothes and jobs, rewards and prizes, arguments and fights!
18- How did Gulliver feel when he realised that the king was laughing at his own country? - He felt angry but he was too small to do anything about it.
19- What were some of the bad things that happened to Gulliver at the palace?
  - One servant dropped him into cream which was cold and very thick. 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 insects were very large to him, and once some bees came into his house. A monkey carried him up to the top of the roof.
20- Why didn't Gulliver drown when the servant threw Gulliver in the bowl of cream?
  - Because he was a good swimmer.
21- How did Glumdalclitch rescue Gulliver from drowning in the bowl of cream?
  - She pulled him out of the thick liquid just in time.
22- How did Gulliver feel after the cream accident? - He felt ill and was put to bed.
23- How did the Queen punishيعاقب the servant who threw Gulliver in the bowl of cream?
  - She made him wash all the cream from Gulliver’s clothes.
24- After being punished for dropping Gulliver in a bowl of cream, what other mean tricks did the servant do to Gulliver?
  - He shoved him down the hole of a meat bone, and he made apples fall on him in the garden.
25- What was Gulliver's bigger problem in the palace?
- It was bees that came into the palace during the summer when the windows were open and they ate fruit or sweet things.
26- Why did the Queen think that Gulliver was not very brave?
- Because he was frightened of the enormous bees.
27- What did the three bees that flew in through Gulliver's window do?
- One of them carried a cake away and the others flew around his head.
28- What did Gulliver do when three bees flew in through his window?
- He pulled out his sword and attacked them, cutting off their stings, and eventually they flew away. He quickly closed the window.
29- 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.
30- Why did no one pass the mountains of Brobdingnag?
- Because many of them were volcanoes and no one knew what lay north of them.
31- Why haven't the people of Brobdingnag ever travelled to other countries?
  - Because there are high mountains on the north side, and the seas around the other sides are very rough and it isn’t safe for boats to go travelling into the sea. There isn't one harbour in all the country.
32- Why didn't the people of Brobdingnag need to go fishing in the seas?
- Because the rivers were full of fish.
33- What did the king of Brobdingnag tell Gulliver about the cities in his country?
  - He told him that there were fifty-one cities in his country and a great many towns and villages. The capital city, Lorbrulgrud, lay on a river and had 80,000 houses.
34- How did Glumdalclitch carry Gulliver when she took him out with her for rides on her horse through the city and into the parks?
 - She carried him in a special box that the Queen's carpenter had made for him. Inside the box was a table and two chairs, fastened to the floor so that they did not move.
35- How did Glumdalclitch show Gulliver to the people in the city?
- She took him out of the box and put him in her hand while the people pointed and smiled at him.
36- What happened to Gulliver when he was under the apple trees alone?
  - When Gulliver was under the trees alone, the servant shook the branches and about twelve apples fell down. An apple hit him on the back and another hit his face but luckily he was not badly hurt.
37- Mention some of the accidents that Gulliver had in the palace gardens.
- Once, a bird almost picked him up before he frightened it away with his sword.
- Another time, he fell into a huge hole and found it very difficult to get out of it.
- On another day, it began to hail. Each hail stone was the size of a tennis ball and it hurt greatly when they hit him. Gulliver was quickly knocked to the ground. He was lucky to find a tree to hide under, or he would have surely died. He had so many bruises كدمات that he could not walk for many days.
38- What was Gulliver's worst accident in the palace gardens?
- A dog smelt him and took him in its mouth before he could run away to its master. Luckily, the dog dropped him by its master's feet and he quickly picked him up before the dog could do him any damage.
39- Why didn't Glumdalclitch tell the Queen about the dog accident?
- Because she thought that the Queen would be angry.
40- 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 with his thoughts.
41- What did the Queen ask Gulliver when he told her about his travels on the seas?
 - She asked him if he'd like to have his own boat to show them what he could do.
42- Why couldn't Gulliver use any of the boats in the Queen's land?
  - Because of their size.
43- Why did the Queen ask her servants to make Gulliver a small lake ·in her gardens?
 - Because there was not much room for the boat to sail in a bath.
44- Why did the Queen and her ladies sometimes wave their hand while Gulliver was sailing up and down the small lake?
  - They did so to make a breeze which allowed him to sail more quickly.
45- What happened when a frog jumped into the lake?
  - It made a wave that was so big that it nearly turned over his boat. The Queen grabbed مسكت Gulliver to stop this happening.
46- Where did the Queen put the boat after finishing sailing? Why?
  - She put it on a nail on the wall in the garden, where it could dry in the sun.
47- How did the donkey look when he saw Gulliver's house?
  - He looked pleased and ran up to take a closer look
48- What was the biggest danger for Gulliver?
  - The biggest danger for Gulliver was from a monkey who belonged to one of the servants. The monkey got hold of his jacket and pulled him towards him. Then he held him in his arms. Hetook him to the top of the roof of the palace. Then it left him there and ran away.
49- How did the monkey get hold of Gulliver?
  - The monkey got hold of his jacket and pulled him towards him. Then he held him in his arms
50- What did the monkey do when Gulliver tried to escape?
  - The monkey squeezed him so hard that he thought it was best not to move.
51- How did the monkey treat Gulliver?
- The monkey held Gulliver like a baby and tried to feed him some nuts. When Gulliver did not eat them, the monkey patted him gently. This made some of the servants laugh.
52- Why did Glumdalclitch do when she saw the monkey getting hold of Grildrig?
- She shouted at the servants to be quick because the monkey got hold of Grildrig and he was going onto the roof.
53- Why couldn't the servants save Gulliver from the donkey?
  - They couldn't reach the top of the roof where the monkey sat because they ladders they climbed up only reached the bottom of the roof
54- Where did the monkey take Gulliver?
  - He took him to the top of the roof of the palace. Then he left him there and ran away.
55- When did the monkey leave Gulliver?
  - The monkey left Gulliver on hearing heard the servants getting nearer.
56- How high was the top of the roof where Gulliver was sitting alone?
  - It was as high as a mountain.
57- Why did Gulliver pray when he was at the top of the roof?
  - He prayed so that 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 said this? - One of the scholars said this.
2- Who was the speaker talking about? - He was talking about Gulliver.
3- When was this said?
  - This was said when the king of Brobdingnag asked him for advice about Gulliver.
2- "The man isn't very strong or very fast. His teeth are too small to eat anything without help, unless he eats insects."
1- Who said this to whom?- One of the scholars said this to the king.
2- What was the speaker talking about?- He was talking about Gulliver.
3- When was this said?
  - This was said when the king of Brobdingnag asked him for advice about Gulliver
3- "But that's impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer."
1- Who said this to whom?
  - The oldest and wisest scholar said this to the king of Brobdingnag.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?                             - He was talking about Gulliver.
3- What did the other person decide to do on hearing this?
  - He decided to ask the farmer, his daughter and the Queen more questions about Gulliver
4- "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).
5- "I don't mind if she stays here as your teacher."
1- Who said this to whom?                              - The king of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?        - He was talking about Glumdalclitch.
3- Why didn't the speaker mind if she stayed? - Because she loved Gulliver so much.
6- "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?
  - He realised that the King’s country was like Gulliver’s only much bigger.
7- "Let me tell you more about my country."
1- Who said this? - The King said this.
2- To whom was this said? - This was said to Gulliver.
3- What did the speaker say about his 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.
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."
1- Who said this to whom? - The Queen said this to Gulliver.
2- When was this said?
  - This was said when Gulliver told the Queen about his travels on the seas.
3- What was the other person's reply?
  - He said he could not use any of the boats in their land because of their size. He also needed a special one that was much smaller.
9- "I would love that. However, I can't use any of the boats in your land."
1- Who said this to whom? - Gulliver said this to the Queen.
2- When was this said?
  - This was said when the Queen asked Gulliver if he would like to have his own boat.
3- Why couldn't the other person use any of the boats in that land?
  - Because of their size.
10- "I'd need a special one that was much smaller."
1- Who said this to whom? - Gulliver said this to the Queen.
2- What was the speaker talking about? - He was talking about a boat.
3- When was this said?
  - This was said when the Queen asked Gulliver if he would like to have his own boat.
11- "Very well. I'll ask the palace carpenter to make you one."
1- Who said this to whom? - The Queen said this to Gulliver.
2- What did the speaker ask the palace carpenter to do?
  - She asked him to make a small boat for Gulliver.
3- When was this said?
  - This was said when Gulliver said he could not use any of the boats in the Queen's land because of their size and he needed a special one that was much smaller
12- "Quick! The monkey's got hold of Grildrig! He's going onto the roof!"
1- Who said this to whom?                                          - Glumdalclitch said this to the servants.
2- Who was the speaker talking about?                   - She was talking about Gulliver.
3- What did the listeners do to save Grildrig?         - They used ling ladders to save him.
Homework
A)Answer the following questions:
1. Why did the King ask for the advice of the best scholars about Gulliver?
2. How were the scholars puzzled on seeing Gulliver?
3. Why did one of the scholars think that Gulliver can't eat without help?
4. What part of Gulliver's speech made the scholars laugh?
5. Why did the King ask to see the farmer at once?
6. When did the King realize that his scholars were wrong and Gulliver was right?
7. Show that the Queen was so kind towards Gulliver.
8. Why was there a key for Gulliver's house door?
9. To what extent was the King keen on sitting with Gulliver?
10. What subjects did the King ask Gulliver about?
11. Who rescued Gulliver from drowning in the bowel of cream?
12. Why did the Queen believe that Gulliver was not brave?
13. How did Gulliver succeed in cutting off the bees stings?
14. What would have happened if Gulliver hadn't hidden under a tree when it hailed?
15. How did Gulliver escape death after the dog picked him up in its mouth?
16. Why did Glumdalclitch promise Gulliver not to leave him alone?
17. Why did the Queen order making a lake in the garden?
18. How did the Queen and her daughters enjoy their time with Gulliver?
19. How did the monkey stop Gulliver escaping from him?
20. What did the servants use the ladders for?
21. Why didn't the people of Brobdingnag need to go fishing in the seas?
22. What did the king of Brobdingnag tell Gulliver about the cities in his country?
23. How did Gulliver feel after the cream accident?
24. Why didn't Gulliver want to keep his key with Glumdalclitch?
25. What were Gulliver's new clothes made of?
26. How old were the Queen's daughters?
27. What did the King think of Gulliver at first?
28. What was the King's decision when he realised that Gulliver was telling the truth?
29. Why was Glumdalclitch pleased when the king allowed her to stay in the palace?
30. How did the Queen punish the servant who threw Gulliver in the bowl of cream?
31. Where did the monkey take Gulliver?
32. When did the monkey leave Gulliver?
B) Read the following quotations and answer
1."But that's impossible! He must have been taught to say this by the farmer."
a) Who said this to whom? b) What was impossible for them?
c) What happened after that?
2. "I can: see that Glumdalclitch likes you greatly, so I don't mind if she stays here as your teacher."
 a) Who said this to whom? b)'Why did the speaker make that offer?
 c) To what extent did Glumdalc1itch like the addressed person?
3. "Let me tell you more about my country."
1- Who said this to whom? 2- What did the speaker say about the height of the mountains?
3- What did the speaker say about the seas in his country?
4. "Our rivers are full of fish, so we don't need to go fishing in the seas."
1- Who said this to whom? 2- Why was it unsafe for boats to go out into the seas?
3- What did the speaker say about the number of cities in his country?
5." I would love that." "However I can't use any of the boats in your land
because of their size."
a) Who said this to whom?
b) What did the addressed person suggest making to the speaker?
c) Why did the addressed person make that offer?
6. "It seems my scholars are wrong and what you tell me about your own country is true."
a) Who said this? - To whom was it said?
3- What did the scholars say that was wrong?
7. "Quick! The monkey's got hold of Grildrig! He's going onto the roof!"
a) Who said this to whom?  b) Who was the speaker talking about?
c) What did the listeners do to save Grildrig?
8. "I'd need a special one that was much smaller." a) Who said this to whom?                                                                                                           
b) What was the speaker talking about?   c) When was this said?
Chapter Seven
Questions & answers
1- How was Gulliver in danger when he was at the top of the palace roof?
  - He was in danger of being blown off تقتلعه by the wind.
2- How was Gulliver rescued from the roof?
  - A brave servant reached him from his ladder and carried him down in his pocket.
3- How was Gulliver after being rescued from the roof?
  - He was so ill that he had to stay in bed for two weeks.
4- What did the King and the Queen often do when Gulliver was ill?
  - The King and Queen often visited him to see how he was.
5- What happened to the monkey that carried Gulliver to the top of the palace roof?
  - The monkey was sent away from the palace.
6- Why didn't Gulliver need to worry about the monkey?
  - Because the monkey had been sent away from the palace.
7- What did Gulliver do when he was better? - He visited the King in his office.
8- What did Gulliver say when the king asked him what he would have done if a monkey had taken him in his own country?
  - He said they had no monkeys in his country.
9- Gulliver said they had no monkeys in his country, but if they had, he wouldn't be frightened of خائف من them at all. Why? - Because they were so small.
10- Why did the King laugh when Gulliver said that monkeys in his country were so small? - Because he thought that this was very funny. لطيف
11- What did Gulliver tell the King about England?
  - He told him about its government الحكومة and its weather, about the arts الفنون and their education, and about their own kings and queens. He explained شرح England's legal system النظام القانوني and told him all about the events أحداث in the country's history.
12- How do you know that the King was very interested in everything Gulliver told him about England?
  - He took notes كتب ملاحظات while Gulliver talked. He later used his notes to ask Gulliver questions
13- What did the King think of Gulliver's country?
  - The King thought the legal system was very weak ضعيف and the government was very strange. He wanted to know why they had so many wars. حروب
14- 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.
15- What was the King's reactionرد فعل when Gulliver offered to show him how to make weaponsأسلحة like his? - The King was horrified مرعوب. He said he couldn’t believe that anyone would want such terrible فظيعة things. He didn’t want to hear about them again.
16- Gulliver thinks at one point نقطة , "My country, which I was so proud of, suddenly seemed small, unimportantغير هامة and badly run تدار بشكل سيئ." What made Gulliver think like this?
  - Gulliver began to see his country through من خلال the eyes of the King, who was very critical ناقد of the weapons England had and the many wars it fought. حاربت
17- What did Gulliver tell the King about the weapons in England?
  - He told him about their weapons that could easily kill people and destroy buildings.
18- Why didn't the King want to hear about the weapons again?
- Because he had always been interested in science but he couldn’t believe that anyone would want such terrible things.
19- Why did the King of Brobdingnag think that Gulliver was lucky محظوظ to have left England and come to the land of Brobdingnag? - Because the King believed that Gulliver had escaped to a better place, where there were no weapons or wars.
20- Do you think Gulliver is treated يعامل well in Brobdingnag?
  - He is treated well because he doesn’t have to work hard as he did for the farmer.
  - He is treated like an animal in a cage قفص and is not given his freedom حرية or is not treated as a human being. إنسان
21- 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.
22- How was Brobdingnag different from Gulliver's country?
  - The people never travelled outside the country. They didn’t need weapons أسلحة. They didn’t have wars حروب with other countries. They didn’t have many books.
23- How do you think travelling to other countries might make a person see his own country differently? بطريقة مختلفة
  - Seeing the practices ممارسات and traditions تقاليد of other countries might make someone question يشك فى their own practices and traditions. They might think their country is better or worse. They might get ideas that they can adapt يعدل for their own country.
24- 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 knowledgeable. 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 and he wanted to go to war against Blefuscu. He wanted to be fashionable مساير للموضة by wearing low heels كعب واطى. I think that the King of Lilliput wanted to fight for silly reasons أسباب سخيفة. The King of Brobdingnag is educated, yet مع ذلك his country has few books.
25- How did Gulliver find the King's library?
  - The King's library was the largest in the land. It had only a thousand books in it.
26- Why did the King ask the carpenter to make Gulliver a ladder?
  - So that Gulliver could reach the top shelves. أرفف
27- How did Gulliver read the books in the King's library?
  - He climbed up تسلق a ladder to see the top of the page and then climbed down slowly to read the page.
28- How could Gulliver turn the book pages?
  - He used both hands to turn the page.
29- How could Gulliver read the books easily?
  - Because the language of Brobdingnag did not have many words.
30- Gulliver had read most of the books in the King's library. What did he learn from these books?
  - He learned a lot about the country's ideas and beliefs معتقدات and understood that, although they never had wars حروب with other countries, they did sometimes have rebellions تمرد between different areas inside the country. He also learned about the music in Brobdingnag.
31- Why didn't Gulliver enjoy the concert حفل موسيقى at first?
  - He didn't enjoy the concert at first because the noise was so great that the music only sounded like thunder. تبدو كالرعد
32- When did Gulliver feel that the music was quite nice?
  - He felt that the music was quite nice when his box was moved to a room at a far corner ركن بعيد of the palace, with the doors and windows closed.
33- Why did the music from the concert at Brobdingnag sound like بدت مثل thunderرعد to Gulliver? How was he able to solve this problem? What did Gulliver think of the music of Brobdingnag?
  - The noise from the concert was extremely جدا loud, so it sounded like thunder. He solved this problem when his box was moved to a room at a far corner in the palace, with the doors and windows closed. Gulliver liked the music.
34- Gulliver had been in Brobdingnag for two years. What did he begin to think about?
  - He began to think about his own country. He wanted to see his family again.
35- 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 حجم. But Gulliver did not like the idea of more people being kept like him in a box to please يفرح the King and Queen. He wanted to talk with people who shared يشارك his ideas and to not have to worry about a giant stepping on him يدوس عليه or a bird carrying him away.
36- Where did Glumdalclitch, Gulliver, the King and Queen travel to?
  - They travelled to the south of Brobdingnag, where the King's palace was about thirty kilometres from the coast.
37- Why did Glumdalclitch go to bed? - Because she was very tired, and felt a little ill.
38- Why did Gulliver ask Glumdalclitch to go to the beach? - To get some fresh air.
39- What did Glumdalclitch ask the young servant boy to do?
  - She asked him to take Gulliver to the beach in the wooden box.
40- Why was Gulliver pleased when he arrived at the beach?
  - He was very pleased to see the sea again after such a long time.
41- What did Gulliver do when he arrived at the beach?
  - He looked out of the windows of his box and enjoyed watching the waves and thought about England.
42- How did the sea air affectيؤثر على Gulliver?
  - The sea air made him feel tired, so he lay down in his box and went to sleep.
43- What did the young servant do when Gulliver lay downاستلقى in his box and went to sleep?
  - He closed the windows to keep out the cold wind and, thinking there would be no danger خطر to Gulliver, went off to look for birds' eggs on the beach.
44- Why did the servant who was looking after Gulliver leave him?
  - The servant left him to go to search for يبحث عن birds’ eggs on the beach.
45- How did the sea bird liftرفع Gulliver?
  - It picked up his box and carried it off in its feet.
46- What did Gulliver see and when he looked out from his bed to the window?
  - He saw clouds سحب and heard a noise above him which sounded like يبدو مثل the flapping of wings. رفرفة الأجنحة
47- Why was Gulliver worried when the bird carried him?
  - Because some birds carry seashells أصداف البحر high into the sky and drop them onto a hard rock صخرة to break open the shells أصداف so they can get to يصل الى the soft food inside.
48- When did Gulliver have a terrible feeling?
  - He had a terrible feeling when he felt himself falling very quickly towards the ground.
49- When did Gulliver realize يدرك that he was in the sea?
  - He felt a terrible jolt هزة, and for a few seconds he could not breathe. He had stopped falling and the box had not broken, but it continued to move slowly up and down. He understood that the box had landed in the sea.
50- Why did Gulliver thank the carpenter?
  - He silently thanked the carpenter for making the box so well, using strong wood and metal for the edges. No water came in through the edges of the doors, and the box floated quite well.
51- How did he leave Brobdingnag? Was his escape planned?مخطط له
  - 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.
52- When did the bird fly away into the clear sky?
  - It flew away into the clear sky when it saw that its food was still protected.
53- Why was Gulliver worried when the bird dropped him in the sea?
- Because there were rocks صخور all around the coast of Brobdingnag. If the box hit a rock, or if one window broke to let in the water, he would surely drown. So he was still in great danger.

Quotations
1- "It's good to see you're feeling better"
1- Who said this to whom?        - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- When was this said?         - This was said when Gulliver visited the King in his office.
- What was wrong with the speaker? - He was so ill that he had to stay in bed for two weeks.
2- "Tell me, what would you have done if a monkey had taken you in your own country?"
1- Who said this to whom? - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- When was this said? - This was said when Gulliver visited the King in his office.
3- How did the listener answer that question? - He said that they had no monkeys in his country.
3- "We don't have any monkeys in my country, but if we did, I wouldn't be frightened of them at all."
1- Who said this to whom?      - Gulliver said this to the king of Brobdingnag.
2- When was this said?                - This was said when the king asked Gulliver what he would have done if a monkey had taken him in his country.
3- Why wouldn't the speaker be frightened of them?      - Because they were so small.
4- "They're so small that they wouldn't be a problem for me."
1- Who said this?                                        - Gulliver said this.
2- To whom was this said                  - This was said to the king of Brobdingnag.
3- What was the speaker talking about?     - He was talking about monkeys.
5- "What, they're smaller than you?"
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- What does 'they' refer to?                  - 'They' refers to monkeys.
3- What do these words show?                   - These words show the king's surprise.
6- "I'd love to hear more about your country. Please, tell me more."
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- Where were they?                              - They were in the King's office.
3- What did the listener tell the speaker about his country?
  - He told him about its government and its weather, about the arts and their education, and about their own kings and queens. He explained England's legal system and told him all about the events in the country's history.
7- "Where does your country get its money from, and why do you have so many wars?"
1- Who said this?                                      - The King of Brobdingnag said this.
2- To whom was this said?                 - This was said to Gulliver.
3- Where does the listener's country get its money from? - It gets its money from weapons.
8- "Would you like me to show you how to make such weapons yourself?"
1- Who said this to whom?        - Gulliver said this to the king of Brobdingnag.
2- Where were they?                   - They were in the King's office.
3- What was the listener's reaction?رد فعل
  -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.
9- "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 “terrible things” are 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.
10- "Please, I never want to hear about such weapons again."
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- Where were they?                              - They were in the King's office.
3- Why did the listener not want to hear about such weapons again?
  - Because he had always been interested in science but he couldn’t believe that anyone would want such terrible things.
11- "I feel sorry for your people."
1- Who said this to whom?                   - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- Who did the speaker feel sorry for?       - He felt sorry for the English people.
3- Why did the speaker feel sorry for those people?
  - Because he thought the legal system was very weak, the government was very strange and they had so many wars.
12- "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?
  - No, because he is treated like an animal in a cage and is not given his freedom or is not treated as a human being.
13- l ask them to bring it at once to the capital."
1- Who said this to whom?        - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- When was this said?        - This was said when the king knew that Gulliver began to think about his own country and that he wanted to see his family again
3- Why did the speaker want to do such a thing?
  - So that Gulliver would have friends his own size
14- "I'd like to find you some friends of your own size. They can live in the palace with you."
1- Who said this to whom? - The King of Brobdingnag said this to Gulliver.
2- When was this said?
  - This was said when the king knew that Gulliver began to think about his own country and that he wanted to see his family again
3- Did the listener like that idea? Why / why not?
  - Gulliver did not like the idea of more people being kept like him in a box to please the King and Queen. He wanted to talk with people who shared his ideas and to not have to worry about a giant stepping on him or a bird carrying him away.
15- "Hello? Who's picking me up? Please, put me down!"
1- Who said this?                                                    - Gulliver said this.
2- Who / What picked the speaker up? Why?
  - A seabird picked him up because it thought he was a seashell.
3- Where was the speaker put down?        - It was put down in the sea.
Homework
A)Answer the following questions:
1. Why was Gulliver in danger of being flown off the palace roof?
2. What carried Gulliver to the top of the palace roof?       ,
3. Who tried to rescue Gulliver off the palace roof? How did he do that?
4. How did the adventure of being on the palace roof affect Gulliver?
5. Were monkeys dangerous in England? Why?
6. Why did the King laugh when Gulliver said that monkeys were smaller than him?
7. How did the King show his interest in England?
8. What did Gulliver tell the King about England?
9. Why did the King take notes on what Gulliver said?
10. How did the King make use of the notes he took about Gulliver speech?
11. What was the King's opinion about England's legal system?
12. Did the King's criticism of England affect Gulliver? How?
13. Why was Gulliver against the King's idea of having other small people to live with him?
14. Where were Glumdalclitch and Gulliver travelling?
15. How far was one of the King's palaces, from the coast?
16. Why didn't Glumdalclitch go with Gulliver to the beach?
17. Who took Gulliver to the beach?
18. Why did the servant close the windows of the wooden box?
19. What lifted Gulliver up? How did he feel? Why?
20. What is known about birds carrying seashells high into the sky?
21. Why didn't Gulliver need to worry about the monkey again?
22. Why did the king laugh when Gulliver said that monkeys were small in his country?
23. What did the king think of England's legal system?
24. How did the king encourage Gulliver to read?
25. How did Gulliver know about the culture of Brobdingnag?
26. Why didn't Gulliver enjoy the concert at first?
27. How was Brobdingnag different from Gulliver's country?
28. Why does the King think that Gulliver is lucky to have come there?
29. How did Gulliver read the books in the King's library?
30. Why did Gulliver decide he wanted to leave Brobdingnag?
31. How was Gulliver rescued from the roof and what happened to the monkey?
32. What did the King think of Gulliver's country?
33. What were some of the questions that the King of Brobdingnag asked about England?
34. What was the King's reaction when Gulliver offered to show him how make weapons like his?
35. Gulliver had read most of the books in the King's library. What did he learn from these books?
36. Do you think Gulliver is treated يعامل well in Brobdingnag?
37. When did Gulliver feel that the music was quite nice?
38. Why was Gulliver pleased when he arrived at the beach?
B)Read the following quotations and answer
1-"We don't have any monkeys in my country."
a) Who said that? To whom was it said?
b) Why did the speaker say so?
c) Would monkeys be dangerous if they were found in that country?
2-"Would you like me to show you how to make such weapons yourself?"
  a) Who said that?                                                                                                                                         b) To whom was it said?
c) Did the listener accept the offer? Why not?
3. "But I cannot believe that anyone would want to have such terrible things."
a) Who said that? To whom was it said?   b) What do the word "terrible things" refer to?
c) Why did the speaker find that strange?
4-"You're very lucky."
a) Who said this?           b) To Whom was it said?                            c) Why was the listener lucky?
5. "Hello? Who's picking me up? 'Please, put me down!"
a) Who said this? To whom was it said? b) What did the speaker expect to happen?
c) How did the speaker feel about what happened?
6. "I'd love to hear more about your country. Please, tell me more."
1- Who said this to whom?                                                    2- Where were they?
3- What did the listener tell the speaker about his country?
7. "If my soldiers find another ship like yours, I'll ask them to bring it at once to the capital."
1- Who said this to whom?                                                    2- When was this said?
3- Why did the speaker want to do such a thing?
8. "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?                                          2- What did the listener think about his own country?
3- Do you think the listener had escaped to a better place? Why?
9. "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?                                                        2- What are the "terrible things"?
3- How did the listener feel after hearing these words?
Chapter Eight
Questions & answers
1- Where did the sea bird drop the box?- It dropped it in the sea.
2- What happened when the sea bird dropped Gulliver's box in the sea?
- Water began to come into the house around the front door.
3- What did Gulliver see while the box was floatingيطفو on the waves?
- He saw water coming through the edges أطراف of the front door
4- How did Gulliver try to stop the water from coming through the edges of the front door?- By putting blankets بطاطين across the edges.
5- Why did Gulliver think it would be safer sitting on the top of the box?
- Because there was air and perhaps someone would see him.
6- Why couldn't Gulliver lift the roof of his house?
- Because it was too heavy and impossible for him to move.
7- What was Gulliver's box like?
- The box had a door on one side, and windows on two other sides. On the fourth side, there were two metal loops حلقات. It had a small hole in one side.
8- Why did Gulliver's box have two metal loops on the fourth side?
- So that servants could carry the box easily by attaching them to a rope.
9- What gave Gulliver hope?- He heard a noise from the fourth side of the box and the box began to move faster through the sea.
10- Why did Gulliver's box have a small hole in one side?- To let in air.
11- 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.
12- How did Gulliver get rescued and out of his box?
- A ship saw the box 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.
13- What did Gulliver say from his box that made the sailors laugh?
- He told them to just lift the roof for him to climb out.
14- 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.
15- Why did the sailors look small and strange to Gulliver?
- He had been living with giants for two years and he was not used to seeing people his own size.
16- What did Mr. Thomas Wilcocks realise when he saw Gulliver?
  - He realised that Gulliver was very weak and probably ill.
17- What did Mr. Thomas Wilcocks do when he realised that Gulliver was weak and probably ill? - He took him inside and sat him down on a bed before giving him a hot drink.
18- What did Gulliver tell the captain before going to sleep?
  - He told him that he had some important things in the box that he didn't want to lose: valuable furniture and blankets and some other souvenirs.
19- 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.
20- What did the sailors damage when they took Gulliver's things out of the box?
  - They damaged the cupboard, table and chairs, which made him very angry.
21- What did Gulliver dream of while he was asleep?
  - He dreamt of Brobdingnag and all his adventures there.
22- 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.
23- 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 يطفو on the sea. He did not believe them and decided he'd go in the small boat to have a look for myself.
24- Why did Gulliver ask the captain of the ship if he had seen any enormous birds?
  - To prove to him that he was indeed near a land that belonged to enormous people and that it was an enormous bird that had carried his box to sea.
25- What did the captain think Gulliver might be? What did he want to do with him?
- The captain thought he might be a criminal مجرم and had been put in the box as a punishment عقاب. He wanted to take him to the nearest port and leave him there.
26- Name two or three things that Gulliver showed the captain to prove his story was true.
- A comb مشط made from a dried leaf ورقة شجر, the sting زبانة of a bee نحلة that was the size of a knife, some pins دبابيس and needles إبرة 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.
27- What thing did Gulliver ask the captain to keep?
- He asked him to keep the ring as a present, but the captain refused saying it wouldn't be necessary.
28- What thing did the captain keep?
- He kept a tooth that had been removed from a servant of the Queen.
29- 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.
30- Why did the captain ask if the people of Brobdingnag were a little deaf?
  - Because Gulliver spoke in a loud voice.
31- Why did the captain advise Gulliver to tell the newspapers as soon as he returned to England? - So that the world would know about his amazing adventures
32- 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.
33- When the ship that rescued Gulliver stopped at several ports to buy food and water, Gulliver did not want to go on land and preferred to stay in the ship. Why do you think he felt this way? How had Gulliver changed?
  - Gulliver no longer wanted adventures. He had become more careful and mature ناضج and was now more interested in settling down with his family.
34- When did Gulliver return England?
  - He returned England about nine months after he had left Brobdingnag.
35- What did Gulliver do before leaving Captain Thomas Wilcocks' ship? What was the captain's reaction?
- He told him to keep his things until he could pay him for all that he had done for him. The captain refused and gave him some money so that he could hire a horse to ride back to his home.
36- Why did Gulliver invite the captain to visit him one day in his home?
  - Because the captain had been very kind
37- What made Gulliver think that he was back in Lilliput?
  - All the people, the houses, the trees and the cows in the fields that looked so small made Gulliver think that he was back in Lilliput
38- Back home, why did Gulliver keep yelling to the people, "Look out! Here I come!''?
  - He had gotten used to people being very big, and he was afraid he would step on the people of his country, whom he felt looked very small.
39- How did the English people react to Gulliver's yelling, "Look out! Here I come!''?
  - The English people thought Gulliver was being rude to them.
40- Why did Gulliver bend down to get into his house?
- Because he thought that the door was so small that he feared he would hit his head.
41- Why did Mary think that her husband Gulliver was acting strangely?
- Gulliver told her that she hadn’t fed تطعم the children enough and they were too small. He found it strange to have to look down to them because he was used to looking up at people to talk to them. She thought his long journey at sea had made him mad.
42- What did Gulliver promise his wife not to do?
- He promised her not to go abroad again because She said there must have been a job that could pay him enough money in their country.
Quotations
1- "Who's there? If anyone's inside, speak clearly."
1- 1- Who said this?       - The captain of the ship said this.
2- 2- To whom was this said?    - This was said to Gulliver.
3- 3- Where was the listener?     - He was inside a wooden box.
2- "It's me! I'm an Englishman who's had a terrible adventure. Please, I need to be rescued from a very dangerous situation."
1- Who said this?- Gulliver said this.
2- To whom was this said? - This was said to the captain of the ship.
3- What terrible adventure was the speaker referring to?
  - He went to Brobdingnag where he met giants.
3- "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.
4- "You're safe now, but you need to rest."
1- 1- Who said this?                               - The captain of the ship said this.
2- 2- To whom was this said?      - This was said to Gulliver.
3- Why did the listener need to rest?     - Because he had a terrible adventure.
5- I have some important things in the box that I don't want to lose."
1- Who said this? - Gulliver said this.
2- To whom was this said? - This was said to the captain of the ship.
3- What things didn't the speaker want to lose?
  - He didn't want to lose valuable furniture and blankets and some other souvenirs.
6- "It's lucky we found you."
1- Who said this?                     - The captain of the ship said this.
2- To whom was this said?       - This was said to Gulliver.
3- Why was the listener lucky?     - Because he was saved from a terrible situation.
7- "So that explains my rescue."
1- Who said this?         - Gulliver said this.
2- To whom was this said?     - This was said to the captain of the ship.
3- How was the speaker rescued? - A ship saw the box, sent a boat that brought it and they lifted the box onto the ship and took Gulliver out.
8- "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."
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.
9- "Look, you've told me some very strange things, things that I cannot believe."
1- Who said this to whom? - The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this to Gulliver.
2- What did the speaker think the listener was?
  - He thought he was a criminal put inside a box to be punished.
3- What did the speaker decide to do?
  - He decided to take him to the nearest port and leave him there.
10- "I think you're a criminal, who'd been put inside the box to be punished."
  1- Who said this?- The captain (Thomas Wilcocks) said this.
  2- To whom was this said?- This was said to Gulliver.
  3- What did the speaker decide to do?
  - He decided to take him to the nearest port and leave him there
11- "If this is correct, I'll take you to the nearest port and leave you there."
  1- Who said this to Gulliver?
  - The captain of the ship that picked him up. / Captain Thomas Wilcocks.
  2- Where were they when this was said? - They were in the captain’s room on the ship.
  3- Why did the person say this?
  - He couldn’t believe Gulliver’s story about Brobdingnag / the land of the giants.
Homework
A)Answer the following questions:
1. How did Gulliver try to get help while he was in the box?
2. Why was Gulliver surprised when he heard a voice replying to his shout?
3. Why did the people on the ship laugh?
4. How could the carpenter rescue Gulliver from the box?
5. What was Thomas Wilcocks?
6. How kind was Thomas Wilcocks to Gulliver?
7. What valuable things did Gulliver have in the box?
8. What happened to the box when the sailors cut the ropes?
9. What did Gulliver dream about?
10. How did Gulliver feel after he had slept for several hours?
11. What did the captain do when Gulliver woke up?
12. According to Mr. Thomas Wilcocks, how far was the ship from any country?
13. Why did the captain think that Gulliver was a criminal?
14. Why did the captain think Gulliver was put in the box?
15. How did Gulliver try to stop the water from coming through the edges of the front door?
16. Why did Gulliver want to lift the roof of the box?
17. Why did Gulliver's box have two metal loops?
18. What was Mr. Thomas Wilcocks?
19. How did Gulliver get rescued and out of his box?
20. Why did the captain laugh at the first sailors who went to look at the box?
21. Why did Mary think that her husband Gulliver was acting strangely?
22. Why did Gulliver tell the sailors to lift the roof? Why did they laugh?
23. Why did the sailors let the box fall back into the sea after they had taken the things out?
24. What did the captain think Gulliver might be? What did he want to do with him?
25. How did the English people react to Gulliver's yelling, "Look out! Here I come!''?
26. What did Gulliver dream of while he was asleep?
27. Name two or three things that Gulliver showed the captain to prove his story was true.
28. What made Gulliver think that he was back in Lilliput?
29. Why did Gulliver speak in such a loud voice?
30. What did Gulliver say from his box that made the sailors laugh?
31. Why did the captain ask if the people of Brobdingnag were a little deaf?
32. The captain first thought the box was a boat. Why did he send a boat to it?
33. Why did the sailors look small and strange to Gulliver?
B) Read the following quotations and answer
1-"Have you or any of your men seen any enormous birds in the area while I was sleeping?"
a) Who said this statement? b) To whom was this statement said?
c) What does the speaker try to prove?
2- "No, you must be wrong." a)Who said this statement?
b) To whom was this statement said? b) What wrong is the speaker talking about?
3-"Look, you've told me some very strange things, things that I cannot believe."
a) Who said this statement? b) To whom was it said?
c) What strange things did the listener tell the speaker?
4-"It's possible that your story is true." a) Who said this? b) To whom was this said? c) What made the speaker believe this story?
5. "Have you or any of your men seen any enormous birds in the area while I was sleeping?"
a) Who said this? b)To whom was this said?
c) What did the listener tell the speaker about his country?
6. "I have some important things in the box that I don't want to lose."
a) Who said this?                 b) To whom was it said?
c) What are the important things the speaker doesn't want to lose?
7. "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?
b) What did the listener do when he heard this? Why? c) Why had the speaker said this?
8. "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?   b) What was difficult?                            c) When was this said?
9. “I think you’re a criminal, who’d been put inside the box to be punished.”
a) Who said this to Gulliver?                               b) Where were they when this was said?
c) Why did the person say this?

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