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1.    Зургийн хичээлээ үргэлжлүүлэн гэртээ лонх зурах
2.    Хуруун хүүхэлдэйг гар доорх материалаа ашиглан  хийх
3.    Англи хэлний хичээл Робинзон Крузогийн  бүлэг 4-ийг цээжлэн, дасгал ажлыг хийх
4.    Робинзон Крузогийн  бүлэг 5-ийг унших, дасгал ажлыг бие даан хийх


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Chapter 5
The Natives


After I saw the footprints, I stayed close to my tent. I thought natives might be on the island. When I went out, I took Poll and the gun with me. I didn't see anyone else on the island for a long time. Maybe someone came to the island, saw that no one was there, and then left. But that meant others knew about the island. I was always afraid that they might come again. One night, I had a very strange dream. I saw that there were natives on the island and had two native prisoners with them. They were going to kill one. He escaped and found me. He was very friendly.
"I can help you leave the island," he said.
When I woke up, I felt both afraid and happy. I was afraid of the natives, but the one in my dream was so kind, I felt he was a friend.  Time passed. I planted new kinds of food, I hunted and I thought of new ways to leave the island. Then, one morning, when I was on the hill above the beach, I saw five canoes on the beach. Near them I saw about thirty natives sitting around a fire. One of the natives was a prisoner. The others wanted to kill him.  Suddenly, the prisoner started to run. He ran into the forest, and ten or twelve others took their spears and went after him. I climbed down the hill to go back to my tent, but I stopped in the forest when I heard their voices. They spoke in a strange language. I realised they were close to my tent, so I ran ahead to stop them.  I knew the island very well, so I knew where to hide. They tried to swim across the small river at the bottom of my hill. The prisoner got our of the water first. He ran towards where I was hiding behind a tree. There were only two other natives following him now. When they got out of the water, I came out from behind the tree and fired two shots and killed them both. The prisoner stopped running. I think he was more surprised to see me than to hear the sound of my gun. He fell to his knees, tired.
“It’s alright. I’m not going to kill you.”
The prisoner did not  understand me. He crawled along the ground and kissed my foot. I think he thought I was the king of this island. I tried to make him understand me by using my hands.
“It’s OK. I am a friend. Come! I’ll give you food. Come come!”
And that’s how I started one of the best friendships of my life.


 

 

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Дасгал ажил

Chapter 5 The Natives

1 Listening
Listen to the recording and put the following events in the correct order.

a.Suddenly, the prisoner started to run. I think he
b.thought I was the king of this island. I saw five canoes
c.on the beach.
d.I didn't see anyone else on the island for a long time.
e.They tried to swim across the river at the bottom of my hill.
1……………2…………….3………………..4……………….5………………..

2. Comprehension questions
1  why did crusoe stay close to his tent, after he saw the footprints?
2   what did the prisoner tell in his dream?
3   what did he see one morning when he was on the hill?
4   what did the natives do when the prisoner started to run?
5   what did the prisoner do when he saw crusoe?

3   topics for discussion
1   Why do you think the prisoner kissed Crusoe's foot? Do you think this is a form of respect or greeting?
2 Can you think of some ways of greeting people? (e.g. shake hands)
3 Tell a strange dream you had. Did you feel afraid or happy?
4 Who is your best friend? Describe how you met him/her.

4   Activities
A Read about the Pygmies and answer the questions.
Pygmies live in Central Africa. They are small in size. They are about three or four feet tall. They are barefoot and wear simple clothes that are made from trees.
The families all live together in small villages. Their huts arc round and are made from branches, leaves and mud.
They are excellent hunters. They use nets, spears or bows and arrows to hunt deer, hippos and elephants. While the men are hunting, the women are busy collecting wild fruit, roots, insects and lizards. They also farm or plant fields in the middle of the forest.
Pygmies are gentle and generous people. They always share their food with the others. They are also very peaceful people and they never fight with other tribes. They believe that the jungle is large and there is enough food for everybody. They also have a good sense of humour. They call the tall people 'ebobo', the gorillas.
1  Where do the pygmies live?
2  How tall are they?
3  What do they wear?
4  What are their huts made from?
5  What do the men do?
6  What do the women do?
7  What kind of people are they?
8  What do they call the tall people?





B.  Try to imagine how the natives that Crusoe met live. Write a similar description to the one about      
Pygmies. Use the notes to help you.  

Where they live: e.g. Caribbean islands
Appearance: e.g. tall, slim etc.
Clothes: e.g. grass skirts, animal tooth necklaces etc.
Houses: e.g. huts etc.
Occupation: e.g. hunters, fishermen etc.
Equipment: e.g. canoes, spears etc.
Character: e.g. kind, friendly etc.


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Vocabulary  Exercise
1    Fill in the crossword below.

 

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Across________________                          

3     The Nile is the longest ……………….. in Africa.
5     It’s wrong to……………….. endangered species.
7     I speak the English…………….. fluently.
9     I did …………….. in the test and I passed
10   In some countries people ………….each other to say hello.
12   You should …………..a pencil in a test
13   I am ………… . I want to go to sleep.

Down________________

1    Dogs make a lot of ……………when they bark.
2    “ I will ……………you everywhere “, said Friday.
3    To suddenly understand
4    Babies  don’t  walk.
6     A Frenchman is a …………..of France.
8     Close to.
11    The opposite of “stand”.


2.      Fill in the gaps with the correct word.
prisoner          kind         spears        mean         both


1    "I don't know what you ............................... ", the student said to the teacher
2    The  .........................  managed to escape from prison.
3     ..........................   Jane and Ann are great dancers.
4    Natives use .......................... to kill animals.
5    Ronald is a very ......................... and friendly person.


3.     Fill in the gaps with the correct prepositions,
after         for         across           out          of


1    I haven't seen Jenny...................... a long time.
2    What do you think  .......................  the new teacher? Do you like him?
3    The policeman ordered the man to get........................    of the car.
4    The dog went..........................   the cat.
5    We swam ................. to the other side of the river.

4.      Look at the words in bold and try to guess their meanings.

Once, when I was still a student at school, I visited my uncle's farm. There were many animals there like horses, cows and rabbits. In the morning, my uncle and I milked the cows but by mistake I spilt some milk. Then, I went horse riding. It was very funny when I fell off the horse. Everybody laughed at me. After that, some of the animals were hungry so I gave them some food but the rabbits were frightened of me so they ran away. Later in the afternoon I helped my uncle build a fence. I really enjoyed myself that day.

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