Chapter Six

 

 

  • Chapter Six

listen to the lesson

 

 

The summary of the chapter

  • Monks dropped the locket into the dark river and asked Mr. and Mrs. Bumble to forget the whole story.
  • Bill Sikes had been ill for three weeks and Fagin visited him.
  • Sikes asked Fagin for some money and sent Nancy to bring the money . While she was there, Monks came and Fagin took him upstairs to talk in private.
  • Nancy listened to their conversation then took the money and went back home.
  • That night Nancy hurried to the small expensive looking hotel where Mrs.Maylie was staying to meet Rose.
  • Rose listened to Nancy and realized the danger that threaten Oliver from Monks and Fagin.
  • Monks wanted Oliver to be thief and go to prison to take his money.
  • The only thing which could prove who Oliver really was lying at the bottom of the river.
  • Rose took Oliver in a coach and went to visit Mr.Brownlow.
  • Rose told Mr.Brownlow what had happened to Oliver after he had left his house to return the books to the bookshop.
  • Mr.Brownlow promised Rose to visit her at the hotel.
  • At the hotel, Mr.Brownlow, Dr.Losborne and Mrs.Maylie discussed Oliver’s problem.
  • Noah Claypole married Charlotte and stole Mr.Sowerberry then went to London.
  • While Noah and Charlotte were eating in an inn, they met Fagin who asked them to work with him in the gang.

 

 

 

 

Running water مياه جارية                                         

Factory مصنع                                                                              

Horrified مرعوب                                                                        

Locket قلادة                                                    

Leave-left-left يغادر                                                     

Aliveعلى قيد الحياة                                                                 

Weak ضعيف                                                                                      

Inside بالداخل                                                                                 

Outside بالخارج                                                                          

Enter يدخل                                                                

Bring- brought يحضر                                                  

Introduce يقدم                                                                     

Upstairs الطابق العلوي                                                        

Downstairs الطابق السفلي                                                             

Worried قلق                                                                             

Conversation محادثة                                                      

Creep- crept يزحف                                                                 

Business عمل                                                                            

Think-thought يفكر                                                           

Hear- heard يسمع                                                                      

Cry- cried يبكي                                                                

Begin-began-begun يبدأ                                                  

Rest يستريح                                                                       

Hurry- hurried يسرع                                                                 

Shawl شال                                                                                                   

Round her shoulder ملقى على كتيفها                            

Explain يشرح                                                     

Puzzled محتارة                                                                                   

 

 

 

Kindly بلطف                                                  

Thief لص                                                      

Thieves لصوص                                              

Understand يفهم                                              

Bottom قاع                                                      

Stay يمكث/ يقيم                                                  

Information معلومات                                                              

Upset قلق                                                                                       

Extremely بدرجة كبيرة                                                             

Servant خادم                                                                                    

Address عنوان                                                                                     

Introduce يقدم                                                                            

Surprised مندهش                                                                       

Meanwhile بينما                                              

Worried قلق                                                    

Discuss يناقش                                                  

Anxious قلق                                                    

Gang عصابة                                                    

Prison سجن                                                                    

Sensible مدرك/ عقلاني                                                             

Suggest يقترح                                                                                     

Nearby في الجوار                                                                      

Decide يقرر                                                                                

Steal يسرق                                                                                                 

Join ينضم                                                        

Pleased راض / سعيد                                                                  

Inn حانه                                                                                       

Arrest يقبض على                                                                             

Rather إلى حد ما                                                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vocabulary

 

  • Running water (n.) water that flows.
  • Factory (n.) a building where goods are produced in large quantities.
  • Horrified (adj.) fill with horror.
  • Locket (n.) a piece of jewellery like a small round box, worn on a chain around your neck.
  • Leave (v.) to go away from.
  • Alive (adj.) having life, not dead, full of life, active.
  • Inside (prep./ adv./ adj.) within or into something.
  • Outside (prep./ adv./ adj.) out of or beyond something, towards or in open air.
  • Weak (adj.) not strong, not strong enough to work.
  • Enter (v.) to come or go into.
  • Bring (v.) to come with, carry, or lead.
  • Introduce (v.) to announce who is going to speak or perform at the beginning of a meeting.
  • Upstairs (adv./ adj.) at, to, or on the upper floor of a building.
  • Downstairs (adv./ adj.) on or to a lower floor and especially the main or ground floor of a house.
  • Worried (adj.) not feeling happy or relaxed, because you keep thinking about a problem or something that might happen.
  • Conversation (n.) an informal talk between two or more people.
  • Creep (v.) to move very carefully and quietly so that no one will notice you.
  • Business (n.) the activity of producing, buying or selling goods or services.
  • Think (v.) to use your mind to decide or remember something or solve a problem. To have a particular opinion about someone or something.
  • Hear (v.) if you hear something , a sound comes into your ears.
  • Cry (v.) to produce tears from your eyes, usually because you are sad or hurt.
  • Begin (v.) to start doing or feeling something or to start to happen or exist.
  • Rest (v.) to stop doing something and relax or sleep for a period of time.
  • Hurry (v.) to do something or go somewhere more quickly than usual.
  • Shawl (n.) a piece of cloth for wearing over a woman’s head and shoulders or wrapping round a baby.
  • Explain (v.) to give the meaning of something, make something clear by speaking or writing.
  • Puzzle (n.) something that one cannot understand or explain. puzzled (adj.)
  • Kind (adj.) helpful , interested in the happiness or feelings of others. Kindly (adv.)
  • Thief (n.) a person who steals. Thieves (pl.)
  • Understand (v.) to know or get the meaning of something.
  • Bottom (n.) the ground under the sea, a lake or a river.
  • Stay (v.) to remain, continue to be, to live in a place for a while.
  • Information (n.) something while give knowledge in the form of facts.
  • Upset (adj.) worried feeling unhappy about something.
  • Extremely (adv.) very.
  • Servant (n.) a person who is paid to work for another in the other’s house.
  • Address (n.) the number of the building, name of the street and town where a person lives or works especially when written on a letter or envelope.
  • Introduce (v.) to make known by name for the first time to each other or someone else.
  • Surprise (n.) the feeling caused by an unexpected event.
  • Meanwhile (adv.) during this time, in the same period of time.
  • Worried (adj.) anxious.
  • Anxious (adj.) troubled, feeling or causing anxiety, worried.
  • Discuss (v.) to talk about with some one from several points of view.
  • Gang (n.) a group of people working together especially criminals, prisoners.
  • Prison (n.) a large state building where criminals are kept locked up as a punishment.
  • Sensible (adj.) reasonable having or showing good sense.
  • Suggest (v.) to say or write an idea to be considered.
  • Nearby (adv./ adj.) near , close by.
  • Decide (v.) to arrive at an answer or an end to uncertainty about, to make a choice or judgment.
  • Steal (v.) to take what belongs to another without any right.
  • Join (v.) to come or bring together, connect with.
  • Pleased (adj.) feeling or showing satisfaction or happiness.
  • Inn (n.) a small hotel or place where one can stay and/ or drink alcohol, eat meals especially one built many centuries ago.
  • Arrest ( v.) to seize in the name of the law and usually put in prison.
  • Rather (adv.) to some degree.

 

Questions and answers

1-What was dropped in the river?

The locket.

 

2-Who was the man appeared at Fagin’s door?

Monks.

 

3- What did Fagin tell Nancy when Monks entered?

He told Nancy to stay where she was.

 

4- Did Nancy obey Fagin?

No, she didn’t.

 

5- What did Nancy do?

She walked quietly upstairs and stood outside their room. She listened to Monks and Fagin’s conversation for sometime then crept back to the room downstairs as quietly as she had gone up.

 

6- How did Fagin explain the conversation to Nancy?

That they have a little business to do.

 

7- What did Fagin give Nancy? Why?

Fagin gave Nancy money to take it to Mr.Sikes.

 

8- What did Nancy do after she took the money?

She walked to Mr.Sikes’ house with the money, she thought about what she had heard the men say and began to cry.

 

9-Who did Nancy want to speak to?

She wanted to speak to Miss.Maylie.

 

10- Why did Nancy meet Miss.Maylie?

To tell her about the conversation between Monks and Fagin.

 

11- How did Nancy know the place of Rose?

Because Monks know the place of Rose and she heard the conversation.

 

12- What did Monks want Fagin to do?

Monks wanted Fagin to make Oliver a thief.

 

13- What did Monks want to do with Oliver?

He wanted to put Oliver in prison to take his money.

 

14- What is the relation between Monks and Oliver?

Oliver is Monk’s half brother.

 

15- How can Nancy meet Rose?

Every Sunday night at eleven o’clock, Nancy will walk across London Bridge.

 

16- How was Rose after Nancy’s left?

After Nancy left the room, Rose was worried and extremely upset.

 

17- Who has Oliver seen?

He saw Mr.Brownlow.

 

18- Why did Rose need to talk to Mr.Brownlow?

Because she needed someone to trust to discuss the matter of Oliver.

 

19- What did Mr.Grimwig say about Oliver?

Mr Grimwig said that Oliver was a thief.

 

20- How did Rose justify Oliver’s situation?

Rose said that Oliver was a good boy who has had a very difficult time.

 

21- What did Rose tell Mr.Brownlow?

Rose told Mr.Brownlow all things that had happened to Oliver after he left his house and also what Nancy had told her.

 

22- What did Mrs.Bedwin tell Oliver?

She told him that he looked like a gentle man’s son.

 

23- What did Mr.Brownlow do after hearing Rose?

He was worried and told Rose that he would visit her and Mrs.Maylie and Dr.Losberene to discuss the problem.

 

24- What did Mr.Brownlow, Mrs.Maylie and Dr.Losberene decide to do?

They decided to find out who Oliver’s mother was and about the money that should be Oliver’s.

 

25- What will the police do if they know about the matter?

The police will put the gang in prison but that would not help Oliver.

 

26-What happened to Noah Claypole?

Noah married a young woman called Charlotte and married her, afterwards, they stole Mr.Sowerberry and left their town to go to London.

 

27- What did Noah decide to do to get money?

He decided to steal other people.

 

28- Who was sitting beside Noah and his wife?

Fagin.

 

29- What was Fagin’s offer?

Fagin could get Noah work, Noah keep the half of what he steals and give Fagin the other to get food and bed.

 

30- Who was Mr.Morris Bolter?

He is the false name of Noah Claypole.

 

31- What did Charley Bates tell Fagin?

Charley told Fagin that the police had arrested the Artful Dodger.

 

32- How did Fagin threaten Noah and his wife?

Fagin told them that to do what he told them and he would keep them safe or they would be sent to prison like the Artful Dodger.

 

 

Read the following quotations then answer the questions:

1-“ Now we can all forget all about this story.”

a-Who are the speakers?

b- Which story they are talked about?

 

2-“Where can I find you if I need information?”

a-Who are the speakers?

b-What is the information they talked about?

 

3-“I have seen him.”

a-Who are the speakers?

b-What does the underlined word ”him” refer to?

 

4- “We must go and see him

a-Who are the speakers?

b-What does the underlined word “him” refer to?

c-Why did they need to meet that man?

 

5-“I believe you were very kind to a young friend of mine.”

a-Who are the speakers?

b-Who is the young friend?

 

6-“Don’t worry, you’ve come to the right place.”

a-Who are the speakers?

b-What is the offer of one of the speaker to the another?

 

7-“It was easy to take money from Mr.Sowerberry.”

a-Who are the speakers?

b-Who was Mr.Sowerberry?

c-What is the relation between the speaker and Mr.Sowerberry?

 

 

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

1-Nancy went to Fagin to get some food for Bill.

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2-Nancy listened to the song between Fagin and Monks.

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3-Mr.Monks wanted Fagin to make Oliver a student.

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4- The locket was lying at the side of the river.

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5-Monks said that Oliver was his father.

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6-Nancy told Rose that she should find someone to ask for money.

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7-Mrs.Bedwin was very sad on seeing Oliver again.

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8- After knowing the truth, Mr.Brownlow wanted to punish Oliver.

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9-Rose said that Oliver was a bad boy who had a very difficult time.

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10-On seeing Mrs.Corney, Oliver ran up to her.

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