Imagine you are one of the detectives of An eye for an eye. Write an interview you could have had with Mary Banks after the incident of her husband’s death. Include one past perfect and one conditional sentence type 3. (10 exchanges)
Write a dialogue that the children in Kill to Eat could have had after having killed the sacred bird. Include two reporting verbs. (10 exchanges)
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Write a diary from Mother’s point of view (The Gold Cadillac) once she has learned that her husband has bought a new car. Include three different types of tenses, one wish and one conditional sentence. (250 words)
Write a review of Face. (200 words) Imagine it will be published in a magazine. Do not spoil the ending.
Read the story The Cask of Amontillado (Edgar Allan Poe).Prepare a summary of the story The Cask of Amontillado. (90 words)
Write a dialogue that could have taken place between Mother and her children before she escapes. (10 exchanges)
Imagine you are a reporter.Write an interview to the female protagonist of Dumb Matian. (10 exchanges)Include at least five terms connected with crime.
Write a summary of one of the following stories: Kill to Eat or Full Stop. (90 words) Include at least two introductory verbs and underline them.
Write a dialogue that could have taken place between Mr Loveday and a policeman who is interviewing him after having found the dead body. Include 10 exchanges three different types of tenses and two conditional sentences.
Write an account of your first day at school. Include three different types of tenses, one used to and one get used to. (150 words)
Write a diary from Albert’s point of view once Joey has left to war. Include vocabulary connected with war and horses. (150 words)
1)Read the following quote and write a paragraph that explains why you think that Malala could have declared that. Who does she refer to? What fears could these people have? (8o words)
2)Choose one of the following chapters and prepare a list of eight bullet points summarizing the events of one of these chapters.
The girl shot in the head, Birmingham.
The valley of sorrows
The Taliban in Swat.
Praying to be tall.
Children of the rubbish mountain.
Imagine you could send Malala a letter. What would you ask her? What would you say to her? Write the letter. Make reference to at least two of the events read in her book (200- 250 words)
Include a to be in jeopardy- to storm in a place-to slit-t least five of the following terms: to gather- to spare- to deprive- to be bugged- to be flogged- an omen- jam-packed- to stink- to launch- to be reluctant-havoc-outrage- to leak-to turn a blind eye on-
Circle the correct word.
1-The king gathered an army and made up an excuse to besiege /huddle Leeds.
2-Those changing attitudes bewilder/ besiege me.
3-Those piles of rubbish gave off a stinking/pious smell.
4-The thieves snatched /havoc everybody`s bags and escaped abruptly.
5-The edict/patrol stated that women were not allowed to go shopping alone.
6-Those who were considered offenders /bugged were killed instantly.
7-The army stormed /loot into their house and captured the old man.
8-The girl could overhear / snatch the conversations his Dad had at home with other relatives.
9-When you are deprived /ceasedof education you are left without anything.
10-The museums and the schools were completely wiped /cleaned out.