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1.    Шинэ жилийн бяцхан багт наадамд хүүхэд бүр маск хийж ирэх
2.    Шинэ жилийн дуу JINGLE BELLS цээжлэх
3.    Зургийн хичээл дээр 5 ширхэг морь зурах
4.    Англи хэлний хичээл Робинзон Крузо номын 8-р бүлгийн даалгавар, 9-р бүлгийг хийх

 

Chapter 9

We Leave The  Island    

Friday and I hid in the trees and watched as the English sailors drank brandy and sang songs. One of the prisoners was wearing the coat of a captain. I felt something was wrong because the sailors were very noisy. Luckily, they drank too much brandy and soon fell asleep.
The captain and his two men were surprised to see us. We untied them, and I quietly asked them who they were.
"I'm the captain of the English ship. These men took our ship and brought us here. If you help us capture them, I'll do anything you want."
"Well, I'm an Englishman like you. If we get back to your ship, I want you to help me return to England."
"Of course I'll help you."
"All right, then. Take these guns and let's wake up the others."
Some of the sailors heard the 'click' of our guns. They woke up the others.
"All right, get up! Get up! You have two choices: you can die here, or you can come back to England as our prisoners."
"We're sorry, Captain. It was the brandy. We'll do whatever you say."
The captain and his men tied the sailors up. Then, he asked his men to watch them while I took the captain to our tent to eat. I told the captain my story, and it was difficult for him to believe me.
"You ate only fruit and vegetables?"
"No, I had a whole garden. I made the same things you have in England. There are goats here. I had cheese, milk and meat. I caught fish."
"But I still can't believe you lived here for so many years. You had no one to talk to and you had to do everything yourself."
"Captain, I learnt new things about life. I was feeling lonely but now that I have someone to talk to, I am much happier."
"I must say, Crusoe, you are a brave man."
The captain and I took some of his prisoners back to the boat with us because we needed their help to sail. The others stayed behind. The Spaniard and Friday's father never returned. I asked Friday if he wanted to stay and wait for them."No, Master Robinson. I will go with you. You are good to me. My life is safe with you. We don't know what will happen to the others. We might see them some day."
I was happy that Friday felt this way. When we left the beach to go back to the captain's ship, I felt two things: freedom, at last, from my prison, and a strange sadness because the island was also my home.

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We Leave the Island

I.    Listening

Listen to the recording and tick (+) the correct box.


1.    Luckily they drank too much ………. And soon fell asleep.
A.    Whisky      B.  brandy    C.  liqueur
2.    These men took our ……. And brought us here.
A.    Ship    B.  guns     C.  boats
3.    I told the captain my story and it was ……. For him to believe me.
A.     Easy   B. Difficult     C. Hard
4.    A asked Friday if he wanted to …… and wait for them.
A.    Leave   B. Live  C. Stay       
5.    We don’t know what will  …. To the others.
A.    Happen    B.  do     C. be

Comprehension questions
1    What was one of the prisoners wearing?
2    What did Robinson ask the captain to do for him?
3    What did Robinson eat on the island?
4    How did Robinson feel now that he had someotie to talk to?
5    What happened to the Spaniard and Friday's lailici ?
6    How did Robinson feel when he left the island?

III.   Topics for discussion
1    What do you think happened to the Spaniard and Friday's father?
2    What had Crusoe learnt about life all those years on the island?
3    Name some of the things you would do as soon as you got home after years of living on a desert island. 

IV.   Activities
A.    Match the adjectives in the list with the pictures

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B.    When do you feel like that? Make sentences as in the example:
e.g I feel fridhtened when I go to the denlist.
……………………………………………………..………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………

C.    Complete the dialogue between the captain and Crusoe.
Captain:  How did your ship get destroyrd?
Cruseo:  1)   …………………………………………………………..
……………………………………………………………………………….
Cattain: Did you feel lonely on the island?
Cruseo:  2) ………………………………………………………….
……………………………………………………………………………

Captain:   Did you eat only fruit and vegetables?
Cruseo:   3)  ……………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………….

Captain:   Do you want to stay here or go back to ……………………………………….. Europe?
Cruseo:  4)   ………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………

Captain:  I must say you are a brave man


Vocabulary Exercises

I.    Match word box A whit a synonym from box B.

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1 ........  2 .......... 3 .......... 4 .......... 5 ........... 6 ..........


II.   Fill in the gaps with the correct form of the words in brackets.

1. Mary entered the room ……………….. because the baby was sleeping. (quiet)
2.   ………… nobody was hurt in the car crash, (luck)
3.  When her dog died, she felt great    ………..m (sad)
4.  Wild animals should have their …… and not be kept in zoos, (free)
5. Is there  ……… I can do to help you? (any)
This place is very ………….. Let's go somewhere else.
(noise)
1    After three months of hard work, I managed    last
to finish my project.
2    I find it very difficult to get     in the morning.
3    "Can I open the window?" "    course, you can."
4    We can't leave yet. I have to wait    Ann.
5    1 always talk    my mother about my problems.

III.   Fill the gaps with the correct prepotitions.
Of            at            to             up            for
1    After three months of hard work, I managed    last ………. to finish my project.
2    I find it very difficult to get  ……….. in the morning.
3    "Can I open the window?" "………….. course, you can."
4    We can't leave yet. I have to wait ……….. Ann.
5    I always talk …………. my mother about my problems.

IV.     Look at the words in bold and try to guess their meaning.
I grew up in a small village by the sea. On a clear day my brothers and I would go to the beach. We used to play in the sand or fight with one another. We would stay there until il was time for dinner. It was wonderful. Now, I live in the city and it is all like a dream to me. I cannot forget those memories and perhaps one day I will go back and live in that village again.

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