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    oliver twist chapter 1 by mr abdl halim heder

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    oliver twist chapter 1 by mr abdl halim heder

    مُساهمة من طرف halim في الأحد 2 سبتمبر - 15:41

    [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]







    Industrial Revolution

    الثورة الصناعية

    close to

    قريب من

    workhouse

    إصلاحية للأحداث- ملجأ

    starving

    يموت
    جوعا


    weakly

    بضعف

    furious

    غاضب
    بشده


    orphan

    يتيم

    generosity

    كرم

    destitute

    عاطل-
    معدم – فقير


    beat

    يضرب

    an official

    موظف عام

    coffin maker

    صانع
    نعش


    for nothing

    بدون
    مقابل


    an apprentice

    مبتدئ- صبي

    wretched

    بائس

    menacing

    متوعد-
    مهدد





    [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


    It was late at
    night in a town in England
    during the Industrial Revolution. At this time, most English towns needed
    people to work in the factories that were beginning to open all over the
    country. Many people came to the towns to find work, but they were often so
    poor that they could not buy enough to eat and they had nowhere to sleep. So
    they went to the workhouses where at least they had a bed and some sort of
    food.



    In one such workhouse, an old nurse and a doctor were
    working in a small, dark room looking at a baby boy that had just been born.
    The baby found it difficult to breathe. They did not know if he would live.



    "What's
    the mother's name?"
    the
    doctor asked the nurse.



    "I
    don't know. She arrived at the workhouse last night,"
    said the nurse. "She
    was ill and weak when she came."



    When the baby cried, the mother said weakly, "Can I
    see my new baby?"



    The nurse picked up the tiny boy and the mother saw him for
    the first>time. She kissed him gently on the cheek and smiled. Then the
    mother died.



    "Poor
    woman,"
    said the
    nurse.
    "She was so beautiful. We'll never know who she was."


    The baby was called Oliver Twist. He was sent to live with
    other orphans in an old house nearby. The orphans were all the children of
    parents who had been destitute. A woman called Mrs Mann was given a little
    money to look after the orphans, but she decided that she needed some of this
    money for herself. For this reason, the boys never had very much to eat.



    On his ninth birthday, Oliver was a small, weak child. He
    had spent all his life in the old building with Mrs Mann, who was no kinder to
    Oliver than she was to the other orphans. Oliver did not go to school and he
    did not know the world outside..



    One day, an important man called Mr Bumble visited Mrs
    Mann. Mr Bumble was an official from the workhouse, where the older children
    from poor families were big enough to work for their food.



    "Now Oliver's nine, you don't need to look after
    him,"
    Mr Bumble told
    Mrs Mann.
    "He is old enough to work for us in the workhouse."


    Oliver was not sad to leave Mrs Mann, but he was sad to
    leave his friends and the only home he had ever known. He felt wretched as the
    door to the house was closed behind him.



    "Why
    are you crying? You're very lucky to work here,"
    the managers of the workhouse told Oliver
    when he arrived. "
    We'll give you food and a bed for
    nothing."



    The workhouse was a large, cold building. Oliver was
    introduced to the other boys who were all as thin and weak as he was. They wore
    old clothes that were too big for them.



    Oliver worked hard at the workhouse with these boys and quickly realised that his life was not
    going to become any easier. His bed was very uncomfortable and the food was
    never enough. All they ate was a thin soup. The boys he worked with were always
    hungry. After a few months, they were all so close to starving that they made a
    plan. They decided they must have more food, and they chose Oliver to ask for
    it.



    That evening in the big, cold hall, the boys finished
    eating their usual thin soup. Then Oliver stood up and walked to the master who
    gave them their food.



    "Please,
    sir, I want some more,"
    said Oliver.


    The master was furious. No one had ever asked for more
    before!



    "What
    did you say?"
    he
    cried. There was now silence in the big room.



    "Please,
    sir, I want some more,"
    Oliver repeated.


    The master angrily took Oliver's arm and immediately led
    him to the managers of the workhouse. He told them what Oliver had said.



    "If he is not happy with our generosity," the managers said, "he
    must leave."



    They decided to lock Oliver in a room and put a message on the door of the workhouse. It said that
    the workhouse would give five pounds>to anyone who could take the boy away
    from them.



    For weeks, Oliver stayed in the cold, dark room. He cried
    himself to sleep each night, then woke up each morning and began to cry again.
    He had never felt so alone.



    He was only taken from the room when it was time to eat. Mr
    Bumble did not want any of the other boys to ask for more food, so while they
    were eating, Mr Bumble made Oliver stand in front of them. Then he beat Oliver.
    This happened every day until a man called Mr Sowerberry read the message on
    the workhouse gate.



    Mr Sowerberry, the coffin maker, decided that he needed an
    apprentice and told Mr Bumble that he could take Oliver Twist. A new chapter in
    the boy's life was about to start.



    The next day, Mr Bumble took Oliver from the workhouse and
    walked with him to Mr Sowerberry's house. As they were walking down the street,
    Mr Bumble was surprised to see that Oliver was crying.



    "Why are you crying?" Mr Bumble shouted. "You
    should be happy to have the opportunity to work with someone like Mr
    Sowerberry."



    "I'll
    be a good boy,"
    said
    Oliver.
    "But I have no...'


    "You
    have no what?"
    asked
    Mr Bumble.



    "I
    have no friends,"

    said Oliver quietly.



    Mr Bumble was not interested in Oliver's feelings. They
    continued to Mr Sowerberry's house, but when Oliver's new employer saw him, he
    was not very happy.



    "He's
    very small, Mr Bumble,"
    Mr Sowerberry complained.


    "He is
    small, but he'll grow,"
    explained Mr Bumble.


    "But
    it will cost money to feed him,"
    said Mr Sowerberry's wife. She took Oliver downstairs and gave
    him some old food that they had not eaten.
    "Now get some
    sleep,"
    said Mrs
    Sowerberry
    . "You don't mind sleeping down in the shop, do you? There's
    nowhere else to sleep in our house."



    Oliver was alone in a strange, dark room, surrounded by
    unfinished coffins. It was not much better than the room he had slept in at the
    workhouse. It was not easy for him to sleep.



    The next morning, Oliver woke up to the sound of someone
    kicking the shop door. Oliver opened it and saw a tall boy with a red nose
    eating some bread.



    "Hello.
    I'm Noah Claypole,"

    he said.
    "You're from the workhouse, aren't you?" he continued, walking into the shop as if
    he lived there.
    "I help Mr Sowerberry. You do what I say, Workhouse Boy. Now
    open the shutters,"

    he ordered, giving Oliver a small kick to make sure he knew who was the master.



    Mrs Sowerberry called and asked Noah to sit by the fire to
    have some breakfast. She gave Oliver a little bread and told him to eat it down
    below. It was freezing cold there.
    "Why can't I have a good
    breakfast like Noah?"

    he asked, but there was no one there to hear him.



    For the next few months, Oliver worked with Mr Sowerberry.
    He did not like the work, but Mr Sowerberry seemed pleased with him. This,
    however, did not please Noah Claypole, who was told to work inside when Oliver
    went out with Mr Sowerberry.



    One day, after work, the two boys were alone in the shop.


    "What
    happened to your mother, Workhouse Boy?"
    said Noah.


    Oliver said quietly, "The nurse said she died of a
    broken heart."



    "I
    heard she died in the workhouse because she was no good at anything,"
    laughed Noah.


    "What
    did you say?"
    cried
    Oliver, feeling both ashamed and angry.



    "I heard that if she hadn't died, they would have punished
    her,"
    Noah cried
    unkindly. Oliver stood up and started to hit Noah hard.



    "Help!" shouted Noah. "He's
    killing me!"
    Mr and
    Mrs Sowerberry ran in and pulled Oliver away from Noah.
    "Help
    me lock him in here,"

    they said to Noah. They pulled Oliver into a dark cellar and locked the door.



    "You
    poor boy,"
    Mrs
    Sowerberry said to Noah.
    "We must get Mr Bumble at once."


    When Mr Bumble heard what had happened, he hurried to Mr
    Sowerberry's house and knocked on the door to the cellar.



    "Oliver, do you know who's speaking?" he called loudly.


    "Yes," said Oliver.


    "Aren't
    you afraid, Oliver?"

    he continued in a menacing voice.



    "No!"


    Mr Bumble looked at Mr Sowerberry in surprise.


    "I
    understand the problem,"
    said Mr Bumble. "You've given him too much
    meat, Mrs Sowerberry. You've been too kind to him. Leave him in this cellar
    without food for a few days, then feed him only soup,"
    he advised.


    That night, in the cold cellar, Oliver tried to cry himself
    to sleep yet again. But he felt too angry to sleep. When the house was quiet,
    he went to the door and realised it was not locked.



    He waited until it was just
    light and quietly opened the door. No one was awake and it was easy to leave
    the house without anyone realising. He knew he could not stay in that place any
    longer. His life was unbearable. It was time for him to run away.



    Question with Answers:


    1-
    Why did many people come to
    the towns
    ?



    • To find work


    2-
    Why did they go to the
    workhouses?




    • To have a bed and some sort of food.


    3-
    When and where was Oliver
    Twist born?




    • Late at night In a
      workhouse in a town in England



    4-Why didn't they
    know if Oliver Twist would live?



    * Because the baby found it
    difficult to breathe



    5-How was Oliver's mother when she arrived
    at the workhouse?



    * She was ill and weak


    6-When did Oliver's mother die ?


    * After
    seeing and kissing Oliver


    7-Where was Oliver sent after his
    mother's death?



    * He was sent to live with other orphans in
    an old house nearby



    8-What were the orphans ?


    * The orphans were all the children of
    parents who had been destitute.



    9- Who looked after the orphans?


    * Mrs Mann


    10-Why didn't the boys have very much to eat?


    * Because Mrs Mann took some of the little money given to look after the
    orphans for herself



    11-How was
    Oliver on his ninth birthday?



    * Oliver was a small, weak child


    12-Who was Mr
    Bumble?



    * Mr Bumble was an official from the
    workhouse



    13-What was a
    workhouse ?



    * It's a
    place where the older
    children from poor families were big enough to work for their food.



    14-Why did Mr
    Bumble visit Mrs Mann?



    *
    Because Oliver was old enough to work for the workhouse


    15-Why did
    Oliver cry when he left the old house?



    *
    Because he was sad to
    leave his friends and the only home he had ever known



    16-Describe
    the boys working in the workhouse.



    * They were all as thin and weak as Oliver
    was. They wore old clothes that were too big for them.



    17-What did
    Oliver quickly realize when he arrived at the workhouse?



    * That his life was not going to become any
    easier



    18-What was
    the boys food at the workhouse?



    * It
    wasn't enough . . All they
    ate was a thin soup



    19-What was
    the boys plan? Whom did they choose to achieve it?



    * They decided they must have more food, and they chose Oliver to
    ask for it.



    20-What was the
    managers of the workhouse decision when Oliver asked for more food?



    * They decided to lock Oliver in a room and put a message on the door of the workhouse. It said that the workhouse would give
    five pounds to anyone who could take the boy away from them.



    21- Why did
    Mr Sowerberry, the coffin maker decide to take Oliver ?



    *
    Because
    he needed an apprentice


    22- Why did
    Oliver cry when he left the workhouse?



    *
    Because he was sad to
    leave his friends



    23-Why wasn't
    Mr Sowerberry happy when he saw Oliver?



    * Because he was very small


    24-Where did
    Oliver sleep when he went to Mr Sowerberry?



    * In the shop


    25-Who woke
    Oliver up the next morning?How ?



    * Noah Claypole.By kicking the shop door


    26- Dwscribe
    Noah?



    * A
    tall boy with a red nose eating some bread.



    27-How did
    Noah walk into the shop?



    *
    As if he lived there.



    28-Why wasn't
    Noah Claypole pleased with Oliver?



    *
    Because
    he was told to work inside when Oliver
    went out with Mr Sowerberry.



    29-What did
    Noah ask Oliver about when they were alone in the shop? What was Oliver's
    reply?



    * He
    asked him about what happened to his mother. Oliver replied that the nurse said she died of a broken heart


    30-Why did
    Oliver attack and hit Noah?



    Because he said he heard Oliver's mother died in the workhouse because she
    was no good at anything
    and that if she hadn't died, they would have
    punished her



    31-What did
    Mr and Mrs Sowerberry do when they saw Oliver attacking Noah?



    * They pulled Oliver into a dark cellar and
    locked the door



    32- What
    question did Mr Bumble ask Oliver when Oliver was in the cellar?What was
    Oliver's reply?



    *
    He asked him if he was afraid and Oliver said no



    33-What
    punishment did Mr Bumble suggest to Mr
    Sowerberry for Oliver?



    * They should leave
    him in this cellar without food for a few days, then feed him only soup



    34-Wat was
    Oliver's problem in Mr bumble's point of view?



    * Mr and Mrs
    Sowerberry have given him too much meat,. They have been too kind to him



    35-What was
    Noah's plan to get rid of Oliver?



    * He planned to ask him about
    what happened to his mother ,and to accuse his mother of being good for nothing
    so that Oliver would attack him and be sent away


    36-Why
    couldn't Oliver cry himself to sleep when he was in the cellar?



    Because he felt too angry to sleep


    37-Why
    couldn't Oliver stay with Mr Sowerberry any more?



    * Because he knew he could not stay in that place
    any longer. His life was unbearable



    38-How did
    Oliver escape from Mr Sowerberry's house ?



    * When the house was
    quiet, he went to the door and realised it was not locked
    He waited until it was just light and quietly opened the door. No
    one was awake and it was easy to leave the house without anyone realising.



    [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]





    1- "What's the mother's name?"


    a- Who said this ? to whom?


    -The
    doctor to the nurse



    b-Whose mother
    is she?



    -Oliver's


    2-"I don't know. She arrived at the workhouse last
    night,". "She was ill and weak when she came."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - The
    nurse to the doctor


    b- Whom did they talk about ?


    Oliver's
    mother


    3-Poor
    woman,"
    "She
    was so beautiful. We'll never know who she was."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - The
    nurse to the doctor


    b- Why will
    they never know the woman's name?



    - Because she died


    4-"Now
    Oliver's nine, you don't need to look after him,"
    "He is old enough to work for
    us in the workhouse."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -Mr Bumble to Mrs Mann.


    b- Who is Mrs
    Mann?



    - The
    woman who looks for the orphans


    5-"Why are you crying? You're very lucky to work here," "We'll give you food and a
    bed for nothing."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -The
    managers of the workhouse to Oliver



    b- Why did Oliver cry when he left the
    old house?



    -
    Because he was sad to
    leave his friends and the only home he had ever known



    6-"Please,
    sir, I want some more,



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -Oliver
    to the master who gave them
    their food



    b-What did he ask for ? why?


    -More
    food because they weren't
    given enough food



    7-"If he is not happy with our generosity,",
    "he must leave."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - The managers of the workhouse to the master who
    gave food



    b-About whom did they talk?


    Oliver


    8-"Why are you
    crying?"
    "You
    should be happy to have the opportunity to work with someone like Mr
    Sowerberry."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Mr
    Bumble
    to Oliver


    b- Why did
    Oliver cry when he left the workhouse?



    - Because he was sad to leave his friends


    9-"I'll be a good boy," "But I have no...'


    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Oliver to Mr Bumble


    b-He will have no what?


    -Friends


    10-"He's
    very small, Mr Bumble,"



    a-Who said this ?


    - Mr Sowerberry


    b-About whom?


    - Oliver


    11- But it will cost money to feed him,"


    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Mrs Sowerberry to Mr Bumble


    b-Who will cost much money to feed?


    -Oliver


    12-Now get some sleep, You don't mind sleeping down in the shop, do
    you? There's nowhere else to sleep in our house."



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Mrs Sowerberry to Oliver


    b-How was the shop where Oliver
    slept?



    - It was not much better than the room he
    had slept in at the workhouse.



    13- You're
    from the workhouse, aren't you?" "I help Mr Sowerberry. You do what I
    say, Workhouse Boy. Now open the shutters,"



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -Noah
    to Oliver


    b-Why did Noah give Oliver a small
    kick?



    -To make sure he knew who was the master


    14-"Why
    can't I have a good breakfast like Noah?"



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -Oliver
    to himself


    b-Why did he ask this question?


    -Because
    Noah was gien better food


    15- What
    happened to your mother, Workhouse Boy?" "I heard she died in the
    workhouse because she was no good at anything," I heard that if she hadn't
    died, they would have punished her,"



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -Noah
    to Oliver


    b-Why did he askthis question?


    -To
    make Oliver angry


    16- The nurse said she died of a broken heart."


    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    -
    Oliver to Noah


    b-Who was she?


    -Oliver's
    mother


    17-"Help!". "He's killing me!"


    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    Noah to
    Mr and Mrs Sowerberry


    b-Who is killing him?


    -Oliver


    18- Help me
    lock him in here,"



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    Mr
    and Mrs Sowerberry
    to Noah


    b-Why?


    -Because
    Oliver was attacking Noah


    19-"You poor boy,". "We must get Mr Bumble at once."


    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Mrs Sowerberry said to Noah


    b-Why did they have to get Mr Bumble?


    -To
    punish Oliver


    20-"Oliver, do you know who's speaking?"


    a-Who said this ?


    Mr
    Bumble


    b-Where was Oliver?


    -Locked
    in the cellar


    21-"Aren't
    you afraid, Oliver?"



    a-Who said this ?


    Mr
    Bumble


    b-What was Oliver's reply?


    -No


    22- I
    understand the problem,"
    "You've given him too much meat, …. You've been too kind to
    him. Leave him in this cellar without food for a few days, then feed him only
    soup,



    a-Who said this ? to whom?


    - Mr Bumble to Mr and Mrs Sowerberry


    b-What did Oliver do ?


    -He ran
    away



    With
    My Best wishes



    Halim heder


    01223284212

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