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D. The Novel (The Prisoner of Zenda) (9 Marks)

7) A- Answer the following questions:

1- What happened to the King after eating the cakes?

2- Why was Sapt so worried about Rassendyll's decision to ride alone

through the old town?

3- How did Rupert deceive Rassendyll?

4- What does Rassendyll learn from his adventures?

B- Read the following quotation and then answer the questions:

'Listen, if you're a man, you can save the king. Go back and pretend

to be him.'

1- Who said this? To whom?

2- Where was this said?

3- What would happen if that person refused to replace the King?

C- Find the mistake in each sentence and correct it:

1- The real King asked Detchard why his brother hadn't rewarded him.

2- Sapt wanted to punish Antoinette for helping Rassendyll.

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D. The Novel (The Prisoner of Zenda) (9 Marks)

7) A- Answer the following questions: (1 × 4 = 4 Marks)

1- He was lying on the floor. His face was red and he was breathing heavily. / He was

poisoned. / He fell unconscious.

2- ………because Duke Michael wouldn't like him to be popular with his people. /

……..he might be in danger. / ……. He might be killed. / ……. people might hurt

him.

3- When he asked Rassendyll to shake hands, he suddenly stabbed him in his shoulder

with a knife.

4- He learned that a person with a position in society has responsibilities, but even

without a position in society, we all have a duty to help other people when we can.

B- Read the following quotation and then answer the questions: (1 × 3 = 3 Marks)

1- Colonel Sapt to Rudolf Rassendyll.

2- In the hunting lodge in Zenda.

3- Duke Michael would take the crown and would kill the King or put him in prison.

/ he would be the King.

C- Find the mistake in each sentence and correct it: (1 × 2 = 2 Marks)

1- The real king asked Detchard why his brother hadn't killed him.

2- Rupert wanted to punish Antoinette for helping Rassendyll

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