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the character sketch of gerrard
Which of the words below describe Gerrard and which describe the Intruder?
Write a paragraph each about Gerrard and the Intruder to show what qualities they have. (You can use some of the words given above.)
give character sketch of that intruder?
Write the entire play : If I were you in the form of a story ....(pls I need it ASAP as I want to study it)
Convert the play into a story (150 – 200 words). Your story should be as exciting and as witty as the play. Provide a suitable title to it.
your uncle invites you to spend the weekend with him.write a letter to accept the invetation. mention the time when you will reach his house.
write a character sketch on gerrard from the story if I were you-Beehive
what were the crimes committed by the intruder????
describe the character of gerrard
“At last a sympathetic audience.”
(i) Who says this?
(ii) Why does he say it?
(iii) Is he sarcastic or serious?
Imagine you are Gerrard. Tell your friend what happened when the Intruder broke into your house.
[Clues: Describe (i) the intruder — his appearance, the way he spoke, his plan, his movements, etc., (ii) how you outwitted him.]
read the following statement where 'I' refers to 'you'
"I can't afford to,after what Jack's done to his teeth."
What is it,you think you can't afford and why?Write a diary entry of not less than 125 words.
A word can mean different things in different contexts. Look at these three sentences:
• The students are taught to respect different cultures.
• The school is organising a cultural show.
• His voice is cultured.
In the first sentence, ‘culture’ (noun) means way of life; in the second, ‘cultural’ (adjective) means connected with art, literature and music; and in the third, ‘cultured’ (verb) means sophisticated, well mannered. Usually a dictionary helps you identify the right meaning by giving you signposts.
Look at the dictionary entry on ‘culture’ from Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, 2005.
(Noun, verb, adjective, adverb, synonyms, etc. are signposts which help you locate the right meaning and usage, and give information about the part of speech that the word is.)
Look up the dictionary entries for the words sympathy, familiarity, comfort, care, and surprise. Use the information given in the dictionary and complete the table.
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Why does the intruder choose Gerrard as the man whose identity he wants to take on?
who wrote "round the world in 80 days"???
dear experts in this website there is a chapter missing in the english section " duck and the kangaroo " .
i have to write my views abt the above mentioned poem so can someone help me out pls
who i s bishop
how can you write a pesuasive text? which words do you use? like personal pronouns or emotive language?
discuss ' criminal should be reformed'.
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What is Gerrard’s profession? Quote the parts of the play that support your answer.
who is the indruder ?
justified the title"if i were you"?
what will hapen to intruder as gerrard
“They can’t hang me twice.”
(ii) Why does the speaker say it?
we are having a radio show for english fa3 plzz suggest me a show name and the theme for our show..
sorry for bothering u
suppose if any one helps me i'll give u thumps up for sure
where to find a words pronounciation which web site should i look for
ex : rendezvous
Consult your dictionary and choose the correct word from the pairs given in brackets.
1. The (site, cite) of the accident was (ghastly/ghostly).
2. Our college (principle/principal) is very strict.
3. I studied (continuously/continually) for eight hours.
4. The fog had an adverse (affect/effect) on the traffic.
5. Cezanne, the famous French painter, was a brilliant (artist/artiste).
6. The book that you gave me yesterday is an extraordinary (collage/college) of science fiction and mystery.
7. Our school will (host/hoist) an exhibition on cruelty to animals and wildlife conservation.
8. Screw the lid tightly onto the top of the bottle and (shake/shape) well before using the contents.
what kind of a man was the intruder?
answer dii plasssFill in the blanks using only one word in each blank. The first one has been done as anexample. Write your answer against the correct blank number. (4)It is fun living near the seaside. One can go to (a) …………….beach (b) ………a picnic. Sailing inboats and water surfing (c) ……….. two activities (d) …………..young people really enjoy. Thesunrise (e)………. The sunset make beautiful lights. Those (f)……….. have seen the sunrise saythat (g) ……….is a heavenly sight and a marvellous experience. Even the sunset (h)…………….worth watching
Fill in the blanks using only one word in each blank. The first one has been done as an
example. Write your answer against the correct blank number. (4)
It is fun living near the seaside. One can go to (a) …………….beach (b) ………a picnic. Sailing in
boats and water surfing (c) ……….. two activities (d) …………..young people really enjoy. The
sunrise (e)………. The sunset make beautiful lights. Those (f)……….. have seen the sunrise say
that (g) ……….is a heavenly sight and a marvellous experience. Even the sunset (h)
“A mystery I propose to explain.” What is the mystery the speaker proposes to explain?
wat is the summary of dis poem -IF I WERE YOU???
“I said it with bullets.”
(ii) What does it mean?
(iii) Is it the truth? What is the speaker’s reason for saying this?
how author saves himself?
what is a pronoun?
Irony is when we say one thing but mean another, usually the opposite of what we say. When someone makes a mistake and you say, “Oh! That was clever!” that is irony. You’re saying ‘clever’ to mean ‘not clever’.
Expressions we often use in an ironic fashion are:
• Oh, wasn’t that clever!/Oh that was clever!
• You have been a great help, I must say!
• You’ve got yourself into a lovely mess, haven’t you?
• Oh, very funny!/How funny!
We use a slightly different tone of voice when we use these words ironically.
Read the play carefully and find the words and expressions Gerrard uses in an ironic way. Then say what these expressions really mean. Two examples have been given below. Write down three such expressions along with what they really mean.
What the author says
What he means
Why, this is a surprise, Mr – er –
He pretends that the intruder is a social visitor whom he is welcoming. In this way he hides his fear.
At last a sympathetic audience!
He pretends that the intruder wants to listen to him, whereas actually the intruder wants to find out information for his own use.
Give a charecter sketch for Gerrard and the intruder. Pls i need it quickly for my exam
• Gerrard lives alone in a lonely cottage. An intruder, who is a criminal, enters his cottage. He intends to murder Gerrard and take on his identity. Does he succeed?
• The following words and phrases occur in the play. Do you know their meanings? Match them with the meanings given, to find out.
an informal expression for a fashionable vehicle
unnecessary and usually harmful
sophisticated; well mannered
to be smart
here, a tone of voice
an unexpected opportunity for success
a dandy bus
a Christian religious teacher who teaches on Sundays in Church
(American English) a person who pretends to know a lot
depend on; rely on
(American English) an informal way of saying that one is being too clever
“This is your big surprise.”
(i) Where has this been said in the play?
(ii) What is the surprise?
Is this story actually a play or in real?
1)what reason does the intruder give for his intensions to murder gerrad?
2)how does gerrad suceed in outwitting the intruder?
how dose gerrarad divert the attanyion of intruder so that he may not kill him ?
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