La religión con la personalidad

Solo disponible en BuenasTareas
  • Páginas : 11 (2678 palabras )
  • Descarga(s) : 0
  • Publicado : 14 de marzo de 2011
Leer documento completo
Vista previa del texto
Answer keys

LEVEL 5

PENGUIN READERS Teacher Support Programme

A Tale of Two Cities
Book key
1 2 3 4 Open answers a knit b determined c committee d sentence e Republic f fraternity g ash h evidence a wine b daughter, England c prisoner d servant e shoemaker f spy g boat/ship h Charles Darnay i not guilty/innocent a Mr Lorry is anofficial at Tellson’s Bank/a banker. b Jeremy Cruncher is the messenger for Tellson’s Bank. c Roger Cly is Darnay’s servant. He was also a thief. d Mr Stryver is a lawyer and defends Darnay in court. e Sydney Carton is a lawyer and works for Mr Stryver. f Miss Pross has looked after Lucie Manette since she was a child. 5 a They are some of the poorest people in Paris. They are sopoor that when a barrel of wine spills, some of them drink it with their hands. b They take him to England. c John Barsad and Roger Cly. d No. This is because the court learns that John Barsad was a spy and in a debtor’s prison. He has also been accused of dishonesty. They are also told that Roger Cly has been a thief. e His similarity to Darnay in appearance makes the juryrealize that a witness has perhaps seen someone else. Carton appears in court to prove this. 6 –7 Open answers 8 1 d 2 f 3 h 4 b 5 a 6 c 7 g 8 e 9 a Darnay says this to Sydney Carton. Carton agrees that this is true. They are having a drink together after the court trial. b Carton says this to Mr Stryver. They are discussing their relationship, as they have known each othersince their schooldays.
c Pearson Education Limited 2008



c Mr Lorry says this to Miss Pross. They are discussing the reason why Dr Manette never mentions the shoemaking time. d The Marquis d’Evrémonde says this to the man whose child he has run over. He throws him a gold coin. e Darnay says this to the Marquis. We have learnt that the Marquis is Darnay’s uncle. 10 a BecauseDarnay looks so much like him but is so much better than him in many ways. Carton knows that he is clever and kind but he does not use his talents well. Also, Carton is in love with Lucie but realizes that he will never win her. He thinks that Darnay will, and is very jealous. b Miss Pross thinks that the Doctor is afraid of losing his memory again. c He probably wants to find out whothe Marquis is and where he lives. d He says that it is built on unhappiness and ruin. 11–13 Open answers 14 a T b F c F d F e T f T g F 15 a He seems very upset. For some reason, Darnay’s face brings back bad memories. b He does not think Stryver will succeed with Lucie and persuades Stryver not to ask her to marry him. c She feels very sad for him and cries. dThey are very angry and decide to put the castle and all the family of Evrémonde on the list to be destroyed. 16 a Madame Defarge says these words to the road mender. b The King, the Queen and the lords and ladies of the court. c She means that these people – the ones with ‘the finest feathers’ – are going to be killed when the right time comes (in other words, during the Revolution).d They tell us that Madame Defarge can probably be a very cruel and violent woman and is certainly a republican. 17–19 Open answers 20 1 i 2 c 3 e 4 g 5 d 6 a 7 h 8 b 9 f 21 a … she wants to warn people that the stranger is dangerous. b … Darnay has told him his real name. It has obviously brought back the Doctor’s bad memories.

A Tale of Two Cities - Answer keys of 4

Answer keys

LEVEL 5

PENGUIN READERS Teacher Support Programme

A Tale of Two Cities
c … he does not want Lucie to know that the Doctor is ill again. He goes to stay with him to look after him. d … it was Dr Manette’s old cell and he wants to look for something there. e … he was the tax collector for the Marquis, which means he is a ‘bad man’. 22–24 Open...
tracking img