miércoles, 9 de marzo de 2011

Chapter Three: reading comprehension activities for intermediate (2nd year) and advanced students

Read chapter three and answer these comprehension questions:
  1. What did Alice have an argument with the Lory about?
  2. What did the archbishop find?
  3. What did Alice give the Dodo that the Dodo gave back?
  4. Who won the caucus race?
  5. What did Alice give as prizes?
  6. What did Alice think the mouse was talking about when the mouse said "Mine is a long and sad tale"?
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9 comentarios:

  1. 1. What did Alice have an argument with the Lory about?
    ABOUT ITS AGE
    2. What did the archbishop find?
    HE FOUND ADVISABLE TO GO WITH EDGAR ATHELING TO MEET WILLIAM
    3. What did Alice give the Dodo that the Dodo gave back?
    A THIMBLE
    4. Who won the caucus race?
    EVERYBODY WON
    5. What did Alice give as prizes?
    COMFITS
    6. What did Alice think the mouse was talking about when the mouse said "Mine is a long and sad tale"?
    SHE THOUGHT ABOUT HER IDEA OF THE TALE (THE TAIL OF THE STORY)


    Vicky (1NA)

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  2. MARINA VIJANDE QUINTANA (2ºNI)
    1. About how old the Lory was.
    2. He found "it".
    3. A thimble.
    4. Everybody.
    5. Comfits.
    6. About its tail.

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  3. ELENA RODRÍGUEZ (1ºNA)
    1.- They discussed about their age.
    2.- The archbishop found it advisable to go with Edgar Atheling to meet William the Conqueror and offer him the crown.
    3.-They gave each other a thimble.
    4.- Everybody won!
    5.- She gave comfits.
    6.- Alice thought about her own idea of the story, as she had understood long tail instead of long tale.

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  4. Mª José Gasch

    1. About whether the Lory was older than Alice or not.
    2. The archbishop found it advisable to go with Edgard Atheling to meet William and offer him the crown.
    3. A thimble.
    4. Everybody won it.
    5. Some comfits.
    6. She thought the mouse was talking about its tail.

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  5. Graciela Suárez (1ºNA)14 de marzo de 2011, 12:58

    1.They discussed about their age.
    2.The archbishop found it advisable to go with Edgar Atheling to meet William the Conqueror and offer him the crown.
    3.A thimble.
    4.Everybody won the caucus race.
    5.Comfits.
    6.She thought about her own idea of the story, understood as a “long tail”.

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  6. 1. About their age.
    2. The archbishop found advisable to offer William the Conqueror the crown.
    3. A thimble.
    4. Everybody.
    5. What she had in her pocket: Comfits.
    6. She thought it was talking about its tail.

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  7. 1. She had an argument with the Lory about how old he was.
    2. He found it advisable to go with Edgar Atheling to meet William and offer him the crown.
    3. She gave him a thimble.
    4. All of them won.
    5. She gave comfits.
    6. She thought it was talking about its tail, not tale.

    DiegoSierra

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  8. 1. They firstly argued about how they Could get dry, and then they finished arguing about the Lory’s age.
    2. He found advisable to go with Edgar Atheling to offer William the crown.
    3. She gave the Dodo a thimble.
    4. Everybody had won.
    5. She gave some comfits to everyone except herself.
    6. She thought the Mouse was talking about his tail.

    EDUARDO GARCÍA ALFONSO

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  9. Alberto Suárez García. 2º Int.

    1. In the beginning they argued about how they could get dry, and in the end about the Lory´s age.
    2. He found advisable to go with Edgar Atheling to meet William and offer him the crown.
    3. A thimble.
    4. Everybody.
    5. Comfits.
    6. She thought that the mouse was talking about his tail, not his tale.

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