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=Chapter 10 Kathmandu

=Chapter 11 If I Were You

 

Chapter 11 If I Were You

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Chapter 11 If I Were You

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Question 1:
The following words and phrases occur in the play. Do you know their meanings? Match them with the meanings given, to find out.

Question 1:
“At last a sympathetic audience.”
(i) Who says this?
(ii) Why does he say it?
(iii) Is he sarcastic or serious?

Question 2:
Why does the intruder choose Gerrard as the man whose identity he wants to take on?

Question 3:
“I said it with bullets.”
(i) Who says this?
(ii) What does it mean?
(iii) Is it the truth? What is the speaker’s reason for saying this?
Question 4:
What is Gerrard’s profession? Quote the parts of the play that support your answer.
Question 5:
“You’ll soon stop being smart.”
(i) Who says this?
(ii) Why does the speaker say it?
(iii) What according to the speaker will stop Gerrard from being smart?
Question 6:
“They can’t hang me twice.”
(i) Who says this?
(ii) Why does the speaker say it?
Question 7:
“A mystery I propose to explain.” What is the mystery the speaker proposes to explain?

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Question 8:
“This is your big surprise.”
(i) Where has this been said in the play?
(ii) What is the surprise?
Question 1:
Consult your dictionary and choose the correct word from the pairs given in brackets.
1. The (site, cite) of the accident was (ghastly/ghostly).
2. Our college (principle/principal) is very strict.
3. I studied (continuously/continually) for eight hours.
4. The fog had an adverse (affect/effect) on the traffic.
5. Cezanne, the famous French painter, was a brilliant (artist/artiste).
6. The book that you gave me yesterday is an extraordinary (collage/college) of science fiction and mystery.
7. Our school will (host/hoist) an exhibition on cruelty to animals and wildlife conservation.
8. Screw the lid tightly onto the top of the bottle and (shake/shape) well before using the contents.

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Question 2:
Irony is when we say one thing but mean another, usually the opposite of what we say. When someone makes a mistake and you say, “Oh! That was clever!” that is irony. You’re saying ‘clever’ to mean ‘not clever’.


 



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