Put the sentences in the right order. 1) Alas! He once more fell into his old courses and consequently died in prison
1) Alas! He once more fell into his old courses and consequently died in prison.
2) The remaining property was equally divided between Monks and Oliver.
3) Monks signed all the papers.
4) Before they parted they heard the truth from Monks's own lips.
5) But Mr. Brownlow and Oliver decided to give Monks a chance to alter.
6) According to his father's will Oliver was to get all.
Say whether the statement is true or false. If it is false, give the right variant.
1)Oliver was the son of Mr. Brownlow's dear friend Edwin Leeford and poor young Agnes Fleming, who died in giving him birth.
2)According to the will, a boy could inherit the money unconditionally; but for a girl there was a condition.
3) Oliver met his sister that evening.
4) Fagin once more fell into his old courses and consequently died in prison.
5) Mr. Bumble arrived at the conclusion that an honest life was the best and became the merriest herdsman in all Northamptonshire.
4 Fill in prepositions: from, for, of, to, in, upon, with.
1) 'This child,' said Mr. Brownlow, drawing Oliver ______ him, and laying his hand ______ his head, 'is your half-brother; the son ______ your father, my dear friend Edwin Leeford, and poor young Agnes Fleming, who died ______ giving him birth.'
2) ______ a boy there was a condition — he could not get his share if he stained his name ______ any public act ______ dishonour.
3) 'I bought them ______ the man and woman I told you ______, who stole them ______ the nurse,' answered Monks.
4) Fagin was tried ______ court, the jury found him guilty, and ______ all his crimes he was sent ______ the gallows.
5) Mr. Brownlow went ______, ______ day ______ day, filling the mind ______ his adopted child ______ stores ______ knowledge, and becoming attached ______ him, more and more.
Put the verbs, given in brackets, in the right tense form.
1) Monks (cast) a look of hate at the boy and (sit) down near the door.
2) A girl (can) inherit the money unconditionally; but for a boy there (be) a condition.
3) 'I (buy) them from the man and woman I (tell) you of, who (steal) them from the nurse,' (answer) Monks without raising his eyes.
4) I (swear) to her, if ever he (cross) my path, to hunt him down with allthe hatred I (feel).
5) He once more (fall) into his old courses and consequently (die) in prison.
Complete the sentences.
1) Edward's father knew nothing of them, for …
2) Edward swore to his mother that if …
3) According to his father's will Oliver was to get all; but …
4) Mr. Bumble was deprived of his position and finally …
5) Charley Bates arrived at the conclusion that …
What do you think?
1)Why did Monks want Oliver to become a thief?
2) Why didn't Mr. Bumble invite the pawnbroker into the room?
3) Do you think it right that Mr. Bumble was deprived of his position because of the 'unfortunate little circumstance,' as he put it?
4) Do you think that the book has a happy end? Why?
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