Knowledge is power ,
sharing knowledge is powerful
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.