Chapter Three

 

 

  • Chapter Three 

listen to the lesson

 

The summary of the chapter

  • Mrs. Bedwin told Oliver that they took the painting down, because it seemed to worry him.
  • She promised to put it back when Oliver got well.
  • Mr. Brownlow bought Oliver some new clothes.
  • Oliver met Mr. Brownlow’s friend , Mr.Grimwig who was told all about Oliver.
  • Oliver was very pleased to help Mr.Brownlow. So, he was sent to the bookshop to pay for some books.
  • Mr. Brownlow gave him five pounds for the books.
  • Mr. Grimwig had doubts about Oliver. He didn’t think that Oliver would come back and that he would go to the thieves with the new clothes, the books and the five pounds.
  • Mr. Brownlow was sure he would come back but he looked worried.
  • On his way to the bookshop, Oliver was suddenly grabbed by his arm by Nancy who he didn’t see before.
  • She claimed that he had run away from home and that she was taking him to his parents.
  • Bill Sikes led him to Fagin who was waiting inside an old shop with Charley and the Artful Dodger.
  • Fagin decided to take the new clothes , the books and Sikes took the five pounds from Oliver.
  • Oliver begged them to take the books back to Mr. Brownlow.
  • Nancy stopped Sikes from beating Oliver. Then, he was locked in a room till the next day when Fagin let him out.
  • Mr. Brownlow put an advertisement in a newspaper to find out where Oliver was.
  • Mr.Bumble ,who came to London read that advertisement and was able to find Mr. Brownlow’s house and meet him.
  • Mr. Brownlow was very sad to hear that Oliver was a difficult boy as Mr. Bumble described him.
  • He admitted that his friend Mr. Grimwig was right and that he didn’t want to hear the name “Oliver” ever again.
  • Fagin had planned that Oliver would take would take part in a robbery.
  • He thought that Oliver would be just right for the job.
  • Nancy tried to help Oliver before, and promised him to try again.
  • Oliver, the small boy, was chosen to climb through a small window.
  • Sikes menaced Oliver with a gun to do that.
  • Inside the house, Oliver heard someone shouting, then he was shot.

 

 

Painting لوحة                                                                     

Protested احتج/ اعترض                                                           

Suddenly فجأة                                                               

Knock يدق على الباب                                                               

A knock طرقة على الباب                                                       

Coat بالطو                                                                                                

Enter يدخل                                                                      

Describe يصف                                                                   

Pay يدفع                                                                                              

Bang ضجة                                                                                          

Pull يجذب                                                                                            

A deep sleep نوم عميق                                                      

Change                                 يغير/ يبدل                                          

Change الباقي                                                                        

Pleased سعيد/ راضي                                                     

Straight مباشرة                                                                     

Worried قلق                                                                          

Enjoy يستمتع                                                                        

Grab يجذب                                                                                

Strange غريب                                                      

Surprise مفاجأة                                                                      

Runaway يهرب                                                    

Explain يشرح                                                                    

Laugh يضحك                                                                                

Pocket جيب                                                                                  

Troubles مشاكل                                                            

Dirty قذر                                                                 

Seem يبدو                                                                          

Reach يصل                                                                

Appear يظهر                                                                            

Disappear يختفي                                                           

Appearance ظهور                                                             

Disappearance اختفاء                                                

Steal-stole-stolen يسرق                                             

Escape يهرب                                                                        

Beat يضرب                                                                    

Stick عصا                                                                                   

Leave him alone دعه بمفرده                                  

Lock يحبس                                                                                   

Hit يضرب                                                                                  

Menace يهدد                                                                             

Angrily بغضب                                                                  

 

Let يدع                                                            

Middle وسط                                                    

Advertisement إعلان                                                                   

Newspaper جريدة                                                                          

Information معلومات                                                                     

Lost مفقود                                                                                    

Interest اهتمام                                                                                  

At least على الأقل                                                                     

Boots   بوت/ حذاء طويل                                                                  

Join ينضم                                                                                                   

Gang عصابة                                                                                  

Prefer بفضل                                                                                  

Go back يعود                                                                             

Plan يخطط                                                                                            

A plan خطة                                                                                      

Indeed بالفعل / في الحقيقة                                                          

The countryside الريف                                                             

Tonight الليلة                                                                              

Bring يحضر                                                                                 

Expect يتوقع                                                                                     

Follow يتبع                                                                                      

Choice اختيار                                                                                   

Set off يبدأ                                                                       

Coach عربة                                                                                     

Finally نهائياً                                                                           

Run يجري                                                                                                 

Follow يتبع                                                                                            

Gardens حدائق                                                                

Adults كبار                                                                                       

Climb يتسلق                                                                                    

Easily بسهولة                                                                                          

Quick بسرعة                                                                                    

Bottom قاع                                                                                 

Top قمة                                                                                                     

Upstairs الطابق العلوي                                        

Voice صوت                                                                                 

Eventually نهائياً                                                

Brick طوب                                                                                              

Make sure يتأكد                                                                                   

Across عبر                                                                                              

Space مساحة/مكان                                                                            

Break into يقتحم                                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vocabulary

 

  • Paint (n.) liquid colouring matter which can be put or spread on a surface to make it a certain colour.
  • Paint (v.) To make a picture for someone or something using paint.
  • Painting (n.) a picture made using paints. / The art of practice of painting pictures.
  • Painter (n.) A person who paints pictures.
  • Protest (n.) complaint or strong spoken expression of dissatisfaction, disagreement or opposition.
  • Protest (v.) To express one’s disagreement , feeling of unfairness or annoyance./ To declare in complaint or opposition.
  • Suddenly (adv.) happening quickly and unexpectedly.
  • Knock (v.) strike , hit.
  • Knock (n.) the sound of blow.
  • Coat (n.) an outer garment with long sleeves often fastened at the front with buttons and usually worn to keep warm or for protection.
  • Enter (v.) To come or go into a room more formal than go or come.
  • Change (v.) To make or become different .
  • Change (v.) Put something in place of.
  • Change (n.) an example of the act or result of changing.
  • Pleased (adj.) feeling or showing satisfaction or happiness.
  • Straight (adj.) not bent or curved ,not directly.
  • Worried (adj.) anxious.
  • Enjoy (v.) To get happiness from.
  • Grab (v.) To seize with a sudden rough movement.
  • Seem (v.) To give the idea or effect of being appear.
  • Seem (v.) To appear to be true.
  • Reach (v.) To arrive at, to get to .
  • Escape (v.) To find away out, get out .
  • Beat (v.) To hit repeatedly.
  • Hit (v.) strike.
  • Lock (v.) To put in a place and lock the enterance.
  • Advertisement (n.) a notice of something for sale.as in a newspaper or pated on wall.
  • Information (n.) something which gives knowledge in the form of facts.
  • Trouble (n.) difficulty, worry, anxiety, annoyance.
  • Plan (n.) A carefully considered arrangement for carring out some future activity.
  • Plan (v.) To make a plan for something.
  • Indeed (adv.) yes, certainly.
  • Join (v.) To come or bring together, connect with unite.
  • The country side (n.) Land outside the cities and towns used for farming or left unused.
  • Expect (v.) To think that someone or something will come or that something will happen.
  • Follow (v.) To come with or go after .
  • Choose (v.) To pick out from a great number.
  • Choice (n.) The act or result of choosing .
  • Climb (v.) To move from a lower to a higher position by using hands and foot.
  • Adult (n.) A fully grown person or animal especially a person over an age stated by low usually 18 or 21.
  • Quick (adj.) swift , soon finished.
  • Garden (n.) a piece of land usually near a house. On which flowers and vegetables may be grown.
  • Eventually (adv.) happening at last as a result.
  • Bang (n.) a sudden loud voice.
  • Pull (v.) To move something along behind one while moving . To move something or someone towards oneself sometimes with force.
  • Push (v.) To use sudden or steady pressure in order to move someone or something forward, away from oneself or to a different position.
  • Upstairs (n.) The upper floor of building.
  • Downstairs (n.) A lower floor and especially the main or ground floor of a house.
  • Menace (v.) threaten.
  • Loud (adj.) having or producing great strength of sound , noisy , not quiet.
  • Shout (n.) a loud cry or call.
  • Space (n.) room, something measurable in length, width or depth.
  • Across (adv.) from one side to the other.
  • Break into (n.) The illegal forcible entering of a building.
  • Point to (v.) To hold out a finger , a stick in order to show direction or position or to cause someone to look.
  • Brick (n.) A hard piece of baked clay used for building.
  • Rest (n.) A period of freedom from action or anything tiring.

 

Questions and answers

 

1-What did Oliver find when he woke up?

He found that the painting of the woman on the wall had gone.

 

2-Why did they take the painting down?

Because it seemed to worry Oliver.

 

3-What did Mr.Brownlow buy for Oliver?

Mr.Brownlow bought him some new clothes.

 

4-What did Mr.Brownlow and Oliver talk about?

They talked about the time Oliver spent in the workhouse.

 

5-What did Mrs. Bedwin bring to Mr. Brownlow? Why?

She brought some books which they needed to be paid for.

 

6-What was Mr.Grimwig’s suggestion?

To send Oliver to the bookshop.

 

7-What was Oliver’s feeling when Mr.Brownlow asked him to go to the bookshop?

Oliver was very pleased to help Mr. Brownlow.

 

8-Why did Mr.Brownlow give Oliver money?

To pay for the books.

 

9-What did Mr.Grimwig and Mr.Brownlow disagree about?

Mr.Grimwig thought Oliver wouldn’t come back but Mr.Brownlow was sure he would.

 

10-What did Mr.Grimwig expect Oliver to do when he was sent to the bookshop?

He thought that Oliver would go straight to his friends the thieves and never come back.

 

11-What happened to Oliver when he was going to the bookshop?

A strange woman grabbed him by the arm.

 

12-Who was the strange woman?

Nancy.

 

13-How did Nancy justify stopping Oliver to the people on the street?

She claimed that he’d run away from home and that she was taking him back to his parents.

 

14-How was Oliver taken back to Fagin?

Nancy stopped him on his way to the bookshop and led him to Fagin with the help of Mr.Sikes.

 

15-Where did they take Oliver?

To an old shop.

 

16-Who was inside the old shop?

Fagin , Charley and Artful Dodger.

 

17-How did the boys in the old shop receive Oliver?

They laughed and made fun of him.

 

18-What was Fagin’s comment on Oliver’s new clothes?

He said that Oliver needed different clothes so those new clothes didn’t get dirty.

 

19-What did Oliver beg Fagin to do?

He begged him to take the books and money back to Mr.Brownlow who trusted Oliver so much.

 

20-What happened to Oliver when he tried to escape?

Mr.Sikes held on to Oliver and began to beat him with a stick.

 

21-How did Nancy save Oliver?

She told Sikes to let him go or she would call the police.

 

22-What did Fagin warn Oliver against?

Fagin told Oliver if he said anything to the police, things would not be so good for him.

 

23-What was in the newspaper advertisement?

It asked for any information people had about a lost boy called Oliver Twist.

 

24-Who was interested in the advertisement?

Mr.Bumble.

 

25-What did Mr.Bumble do after reading the advertisement?

He asked people how he can find Mr.Brownlow’s house and went there.

 

26-What did Mr.Bumble tell Mr.Brownlow?

Mr.Bumble told Mr.Brownlow all he knew about Oliver and how bad and difficult boy that he knew so well.

 

27-How did Mr.Brownlow feel when he listened to Mr.Bumble?

Sad and didn’t want to hear Oliver’s name ever again.

 

28-What did Jack Dawkins try to persuade Oliver to do?

To join their gang.

 

29-What did Sikes and Fagin need Oliver for?

They needed Oliver to help them to get inside a large house in the countryside.

 

30- What did Nancy promise liver to do?

She promised him to try to help him again but later.

 

31- What were Sikes and Toby going to do?

They were going to break into house in the countryside.

 

32- Why was Oliver chosen for the robbery?

Because the way to get into the house was a small window at the bottom of the house. It was too small for any adult to climb through, but it was not too small for a child.

 

33-What happened to Oliver during the robbery?

Oliver has been shot.

 

 

Read the following quotations then answer the questions:

1-“We took it down because it seemed to worry you”

a-Who said these words? To whom?

b-What does it refer to?

c-What was strange about it?

 

2-“Hello, is this the boy you told me about?”

a-Who said that? To whom?

b-Who was the boy?

c-What did the speaker suggest?

 

 

3-“There you are! I’ve found him.”

a-Who said these words?

b-Who had the speaker found? Where?

c-Where was that person taken to after he had been found?

 

4-“He has been so good to me, he’ll think I stole them!”

a-Who was good to Oliver?

b-What does them refer to?

c-What kind of boy was Oliver?

 

 

 

 

Find the mistakes in each of the following sentences and correct them:

1-Because the painting on the wall seemed to frighten Oliver, it was taken down.

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2-Mr.Brownlow made Oliver some new clothes.

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3-Oliver was very upset to help Mr.Brownlow.

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4-Oliver was afraid that Mr.Grimwig would think he had stolen the money and the books.

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5-Sikes pointed a knife at Oliver and forced him to get into the house.

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6-Oliver got into the house through a balcony.

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7-Oliver was arrested during the robbery.

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8-Jack Dawkins tried to persuade Oliver to leave their gang.

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9-Fagin warned Oliver against telling Mr.Brownlow anything.

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10-Fagin took the five pounds from Oliver.

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