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=Chapter 1 A Letter to God

=Chapter 2 Long Walk to Freedom

=Chapter 3 Two Stories About Flying

=Chapter 4 From the Diary of Anne Frank

=Chapter 5 The Hundred Dresses

=Chapter 6 The Hundred Dresses(2)

=Chapter 7 Glimpses of India

=Chapter 8 Mijbil the Otter

=Chapter 9 Madam Rides the Bus

=Chapter 10 The Sermon at Benares

=Chapter 11 The Proposa

 

Chapter 2 Long Walk to Freedom

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Chapter 2 Long Walk to Freedom

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Oral Comprehension Check
Question 1:
Where did the ceremonies take place? Can you name any public buildings in India that are made of sandstone?
Question 2:
Can you say how 10 May is an ‘autumn day’ in South Africa?
Question 3:
At the beginning of his speech, Madela mentions “an extraordinary human disaster”. What does he mean by this? What is the “glorious … human achievement” he speaks of at the end?
Question 4:
What does Mandela thank the international leaders for?

Question 5:
What ideals does he set out for the future of South Africa?
Question 1:
What do the military generals do? How has their attitude changed, and why?
Question 2:
Why were two national anthems sung?
Question 3:
How does Mandela describe the systems of government in his country (i) in the first decade, and (ii) in the final decade, of the twentieth century?
Question 4:
What does courage mean to Mandela?
Question 5:
Which does he think is natural, to love or to hate?
Thinking About the Text
Question 1:
Why did such a large number of international leaders attend the inauguration? Whatdid it signify the triumph of?
Question 2:
What does Mandela mean when he says he is “simply the sum of all those Africanpatriots” who had gone before him?
Question 3:
Would you agree that the “depths of oppression” create “heights of character? How does Mandela illustrate this? Can you add your own examples to this argument?

Question 4:
How did Mandela’s understanding of freedom change with age and experience?
Question 5:
How did Mandela’s ‘hunger for freedom’ change his life?
Thinking About Language
Question 1:
There are nouns in the text (formation, government) which are formed from the corresponding verbs (form, govern) by suffixing − (at)ion or ment. There may be change in the spelling of some verb − noun pairs: such as rebel, rebellion; constitute, constitution.
Question 2:
Here are some more examples of ‘the’ used with proper names. Try to say what these sentences mean. (You may consult a dictionary if you wish. Look at the entry for ‘the’)
Question 3:
Match, the italicised phrases in Column A with the phrase nearest meaning in Column B. (Hint: First look for the sentence in the text which the phrase in column A occurs.)

Oral Comprehension Check
Question 1:
What “twin obligations” does Mandela mention?
Question 2:
What did being free mean to Mandela as a boy, and as a student? How does he contrast these “transitory freedoms” with “the basic and honourable freedoms”?
Question 3:
Does Mandela think the oppressor is free? Why/Why not?

 



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