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مُساهمة من طرف مسترعطيه الخضرى في الجمعة فبراير 17, 2012 9:53 am

HE FACE ON THE WALL
1 -What were the speakers talking about?
Unusual events that seemed to have no natural explanation.
2 - How did Dabney include the stranger in the talk?
He asked him if he had any experience to describe, any story which couldn't be explained.
3 - What did the storyteller tell them about his story to attract their attention to him?
1- He told them that it was a true story
2- It happened to him personally.
3- It completed itself that afternoon.
4-It was much stranger and more interesting than imaginary stories.
4 -Why were there patches of dampness on the walls of the storyteller's room?
The house was old and the place was damp.
5 -What was strange about the face on the wall?
1. It looked like the face of a real man.
2. It never changed.
3. It disappeared when the man died.
6 -How did the face on the wall control the storyteller?
1. The face on the wall looked like the face of a real man.
2. It became the chief thing in his thoughts.
3. He thought of it as his fellow-lodger.
7 -Why did the storyteller believe that the face on the wall was the face of a real person?
1. The face on the wall controlled him firmly.
2. He thought they were connected by fate.
8 -Where did the storyteller look for the real man?
In crowded places such as; football matches and railway stations
9 -Why did the storyteller go to places where people collected together in large numbers?
He felt that he would meet the real man there.
10- Why did the police begin to suspect the storyteller?
He used to stand at busy corners watching people and looking only at men.
11 -Where did the storyteller see the real man ?
He saw him in a taxi driving along Piccadilly.
12 -What did the storyteller do when he saw the real man in a taxi in Piccadilly?
He took a taxi and followed him
13 -Why did the storyteller go to Boulogne?
He tried to discover the identity of the man whose face had appeared on the wall.
14-Why did the storyteller faint when he read Ormond’s name on the card?
Because Ormond was the name of the street in which he lived.
15 -What made Mr. Ormond Wall give his card to the stranger?
He thought that the stranger was a madman.
16 -What could the storyteller find out about Mr.Ormond Wall?
He was a millionaire with English parents who had lived in London.
17 -How did he get information about Mr. Ormond Wall?
1. By writing to Pittsburg
2. Writing to the American newspapermen
3. Meeting Americans in London.
18 -What did the storyteller do after reading about Mr. Ormond Wall's accident?
He returned to his room as if he was in a dream looking at the place of the disappeared face.
19 -Why was the storyteller sad when the face on the wall grew faint?
He had begun to think of it as his fellow-lodger.
20 -What happened to the face on the Wall at the same time Mr. Ormond Wall died?
It completely disappeared when he died.
21 -What were the three extraordinary things about his story?
1. The face on the Wall in London was like the face of a gentleman in America and that it disappeared with his death.
2 .The gentleman's name should have a relation to the place on which his face appeared.
3 .He made up the story about half an hour before telling it.
ONE OF THE HOT SPOTS
1-Why did the Plancius have to wait half a mile out of the harbour?
-The harbour was too shallow .
2-How was the sea around Semarang different from the rest of the Java sea ?
-The sea around Semarang was not bright blue
-It was solid and glassy as there is no wind .
3-Why does the writer not like Semarang?
-It lacks colour and gaiety.
4-What do you know about the officer on the Plancius?
-He was a young Dutchman.
-He had lived most of his life in London so, He spoke English.
6–Why didn’t the man see the officer although he passed close to where he was standing?
A-Perhaps he didn't notice things usually.
B-Perhaps he was thinking too much just then.
7-What did the officer do when he saw the passenger jump into the sea at Semarang?
-The officer did nothing because he said that there wasn't time for him to do anything.
8-What did the passenger do after jumping into the writer?
-He climbed up the ladder and then he looked at his watch and went off to his room.
9-What did the man do after he got back out of the water to the ship?
-He looked at his watch and went off to his room.
10-Why did the officer not ask the passenger about the cause of jumping into the sea?
-The officer was so surprised that he didn't know what to say.
11-The officer didn't report the incident to the ship captain. Give reasons
1. The officer was so astonished
2. He thought it was such a strange business
3. He didn't know what to say.

12-What did the officer know about the man who had jumped into the sea?
-The man was coming back to his work in Semarang
- He was a quiet neat person.
13-What did the writer find surprising about people at Semarang?
-He found it surprising that all people who came to Semarang didn't jump into the sea together.
14-Why does the writer feel sorry for people who live in Semarang?
-Because life in Semarang is unbearable. It lacks colour and gaiety.



QUICK THINKING
1- What was Jack Benting?
- Benting was a policeman. He joined the Indian police.
2- According to Mr. Benting, what is the most important of a policeman's qualities?
-The ability to decide and to act quickly.
3 - Why did Mckeown rarely have to make any sudden decisions?
- Because his work had been done by meeting people talking to them and listening to what they said
4 - What was Woodward's opinion about the most important qualities of a policeman?
- Thououghness and method
5 - What was the job Benting applied for?
- To watch over the Dutchman's diamonds.
6 - Why did Van Lutjens want a man with a cool head ?
- Because he was restless concerning the two diamonds .
7 - How did Mr. Benting get his job with Van Lutjens?
- He got it through an advertisement in "The Times"
8 - Where did Mr. Benting meet Van Lutjens?
-Mr. Benting met Van Lutjens in his room in a hotel in London.
9 - What was Van Lutjens?
- He was a Dutch diamond merchant.
10- Show that Van Lutjens admired his two diamonds.
1- He spent hours looking at them.
2-He considered them his children
3-He died when he lost them
11-What made Van Lutjens employ Renting?
-To watch over his two diamonds during his voyage to New York.
12-Why did Mr. Benting accept the job although it seemed dull?
- Because the money he was paid was generous.
13-Why was Van Lutjens going to New York ?
- To show his precious diamonds to an American group of diamond buyers.
15-Where did Van keep the "Rozelles diamonds"?
- He kept them in a small back box. - He kept it in the ship's safe.
17-How did Benting describe the colour of the Rozelles diamonds?
- …. Like the colour of the last rays of the setting sun( unreal pink).
18 - How long had Van Lutjens handled diamonds?
- ….for 43 years.
20 - What was Benting doing while Van Lutjens was looking with joy at his diamonds?
- Benting was watching people walking or standing near them.
21-What made Mr. Benting worried when Van Lutjnes took the diamond out of the safe?
- He thought that they might be stolen.
22 -What happened to Van Lutjens when the ship gave a sudden and violent roll?
- Van Lutjens fell down and dropped the box of the diamond into the sea.
23-What quick decision did Benting take when the box fell into the sea?
- He quickly threw a table and two chairs into the sea to mark the place of the box then asked the captain to save the diamond.
24 - How did Van meet his end ?
- Van died of a heart failure.
25 - What did Woodward suggest Benting should do to get the little box back?
- Woodward suggested that Benting should ask the captain to stop the ship to look for the box.
26 - Why wasn't Woodward s suggestion practical?
1. The ship was traveling fast
2. It would have been miles a way.
3. The captain would refuse to look for a little box in a rough sea.
27 - What made Benting tell his friends his story with Van Lutjens?
- He wanted to prove that the ability to decide and to act quickly is the most important of the policeman's qualities.
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