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ANSWERS-3 course

DCW for the3d course

I semester 2013-2014

I

1. Mind  the text “The Beard” by G. Clark and answer the question:

Why did the young man try to use a  human defence mechanism?

(He suffered horribly from shyness. It amounted to a phobia. At university he took up psychology and began reading books on psychology'. And one day he came across a chapter on human defence mechanisms, explaining how so many of us resort to all kinds of tricks to escape from the world, or from conditions in the world which we find   hateful.  He decided to make other people shy of him. So    he grew this beard.)

2.He was a rich man .He was a charming and accomplished host whose villa was an accepted rendezvous of the great. The main character of the text is  …a)Octavian

3. Complete the following sentence:later Aubrey discovered that a pair of Degas' statuettes was missing from a stand opposite the Titian.

b) about ten minutes

4. Complete the following sentence. Oh, yes , Aubrey arranged for someone to be there to

photograph me. He thought…e) ) it would help to collect a crowd

II.. Mind the text “The Beard” by G. Clark and answer the question:

What was the effect of the young man’s experiment? (So he grew the beard. He  made other people shy of him.)

2. Complete the following sentence: The boy looked for a place to hide…

d) and rushed into the lavatory

3. Richards knew everything. All the way up Mr. Prosset fired questions on him and he fired answers right back. These sentences are from the text:

a)”Success Story” by J.G. Cozzens

4. Complete the following sentence: It was a sheer beauty …

a) of her face that took your breath away

III . Mind the text “The Beard” by G. Clark and answer the question:

How did the young man explain the author his careful manner of eating?

("When you have a beard, you keep your eyes on those of your dinner partner. And whenever you note his eyes fixed in horror on your chin, you wipe it off."

2. Complete the following sentence.( Mind the text “The Dinner Party” by N.Monsarrat):

e) one of  my uncle Octavian’s cherished friends

3. Complete the following sentence: “ I mean what I said !” snapped the man. ”Something

… …

e) in a cage

4. Complete the following sentence: He considered himself something of a …. e)professional man

IV.1.  Mind the text “Lautisse Paints Again” by H.A. Smith, answer the question: 

What did the author and his wife Betsy promise the painter when they invited him to their place?

(They had promised him that they wouldn't have any people and that they wouldn't try to talk to him about art. It wasn't very difficult since they were not very keen on art.)

2. Complete the sentence:  Clifford  was… …

d)a writer

3. The boy kept  squeezing politely out of the drunkard’s way , hurrying through the crowd , and saying anything and trying his best to be as decent as possible. The main character of the text  is:

e)Filipino

4. Deborah Franklin was beautiful in the grand, classic manner. She didn’t look in the least like a film star or a model. but looking at her you forgot everything. It was the sheer beauty of her face that took your breath away. These : sentences  are from the text:

e)”Fare of Face”

V.  Mind the text “Lautisse Paints Again” by H. A. Smith, answer the question:

What effect did the newspaper articles produce? ( Betsy told the reporters everything and about the fence too. The next day the papers had quite a story and the headlines said: LAUTISSE PAINTS AGAIN. On the same day three men came to my place from different art galleries and offered 4.000 dollars for the fence. I refused. The next day I was  offered 25.000 and then 50.000.Later the fence was put in the Palmer Museum. Hundreds of people came to see the fence. It turned out that Lautisse visited the exhibition and signed all the thirty sections of my fence. And indeed with Gerston 's help, 29 of the 30 sections were sold within a month's time and the price was 10.000 each section. )

2. Complete the sentence: The boy looked for a place to hide  …

c) and rushed into the lavatory

3. Complete the sentence: The Book said that he suddenly stopped painting at 53 and lived in a ….. in Rivera.

a) villa

4. With the money he could afford to marry Leila, rent a studio and stop being a student. His education To complete his education he went to Italy but after 5 months all the money

was spent and he had to return.   These sentences are from the text…

e) “A Good Start

VI. 1 Mind  the text “ A Good Start” by  H. A. Smith, answer the question:

What did Bill do with the money he got for his first show?

(With the money he could afford to marry Leila, rent a studio and stop being a student. To complete his education he went to Italy but after 5 months all the money was spent and he had to return).2. Complete the sentence The Book said that he suddenly stopped painting ... and lived in a villa in Rivera.

b) at 53

3. Complete the sentence She was too excited to tell him the story clearly and...

d) Bill couldn’t understand anything at first

4. Complete the sentence. I must go to Oakland to see…

e) my brother

VII. 1 Mind  the text “ A Good Start” by  H. A. Smith, answer the question:

Why did Bill’s dealer  Garrad change his mind at once when he saw the board with bright coloures ?

(When the  board against the wall attracted his attention.  He said he  felt that there must be something like that..  Garrad "I thought  it's wonderful and never doubted  that Bill would catch up with the modern trends. He was  going to change the whole plan and show Bill’s  new work in the autumn. )

2. Complete the sentence They had gathered treasures of every sort from all over the country and arranged them admirably. The jewel of the show was, of course, the great Titian. These sentences are from the text…

e)”Fair of Face”

3. Complete the sentence. Each morning, when the routine of opening his shop was completed, it was the proprietor’s custom to perch on high stool, behind the counter... and digest the day’s  news.

c) unfold his morning paper

4. Complete the sentence: The main hero of the text “The T.V. Blackout” is...

e) Mr. Bufkins     

.VIII. Mind  the text “ A Good Start” by  H. A. Smith, answer the question:

How did Bill’s dealer   Garrad explained to Leila that couldn’t promise Bill a show yet for 2 years?

(Garrad, Bill's dealer had for some time been uncertain on the matter as he thought Bill was not modern artist..  He was looking around the studio, explaining how the gallery was booked up for a year and how he could not really promise Bill a show yet for two years or so.

2. Complete the sentence: Suddenly …  ….attracted his attention.

e) the board against the wall

3. Complete the sentence: The drunkard said he was ….  …, wounded twice

e) a real American

4. Complete the sentence: The princess was still smiling, though less easily. She was unusual to asking for things twice. The silence continued, I still thought that it could only

a practical  joke, and that one of us probably the prince himself-would produce the ring

with a laugh. These sentences are from the text…

e) “The Dinner Party”

IX. Mind  the text “ The Filipino and the Drunkard” by W. Saroyan, answer the question:

Why did the boy fear the rage growing in him? (He began to tremble, not fearing the man but fearing the rage growing in himself. He brought the knife from his pocket. He had  a knife. he didn't want any trouble.)

2. The book said that he suddenly stopped painting  at 53 and lived in a villa in Rivera. He hadn’t

painted anything in a dozen year and was heard to say he would never touch the brush again.The main character of the text is…

e) Lautisse

3. Complete the following  sentence: I had no idea who …was

e)he

4.  Towards the end of a wonderful dinner, when dessert had been brought in and the servants had left,  my uncle leant forward to admire a magnificent diamond ring on the princess’s hand. These sentences are from:

c)”The Dinner Party”

X. Mind  the text “The Filipino and the Drunkard ”, answer the question:

Was the American’s death only the Filipino’s fault? (T he American was drunk. The boy didn't want to hurt him, but the American wouldn't let   the boy go. He tore the boy’s coat and tried to choke him so the boy had to defend himself .The people around were to blame as they were indifferent to the situation)

2 Complete the following  sentence :All along the …were manuscripts of his novels.

d)bookcase

3 Complete the following  sentence: I didn’t want to sell the 30th section and ….

d) it’s hanging now in our living-room

4. Complete the following  sentence: There was a bell over the door that rang whenever…. entered.

b)a customer

11. Mind the text “Lautisse Paints Again” by H.A.Smith, answer the question:

How did  Lautisse use people’s interest in his so-called art to prolong his fame?

(He told Betsy and her husband  his real name and signed each section of the fence to prolong his fame)

2. Complete the following  sentence: There was a bell over the door that rang whenever…. entered.

b)a customer

3. Complete the following  sentence: ”Oh, you needn’t worry, “the …smiled. ”All you have to do is to read and sign the papers”

e)banker

4. .He was a rich man .He was a charming and accomplished host whose villa was an accepted rendezvous of the great. The main character of the text is

a)Octavian

XII.1 Mind   the text “ The Verger”, by W. S. Maugham, answer the question:

Why couldn’t   Edward Foreman follow the banker’s advice  ?

(He couldn’t read and write as he was illiterate)

2. Complete the following sentence:later Aubrey discovered that a pair of Degas’ statuettes was missing from a stand opposite the Titian.

b) about ten minutes

3. Complete the following sentence. Oh, yes , Aubrey arranged for someone to be there to

photograph me. He thought…

e) ) it would help to collect a crowd

4. Complete the sentence: The main hero of the text “The T.V. Blackout” is...

e) Mr. Bufkins     

XIII.  Mind  the text “The Filipino and the Drunkard ” by W. Saroyan, answer the question:

How did the drunkard explain his behavior? (He didn't like the fact that the Filipino was wearing good clothes .He was real American and didn’t want the Filipino stay among white people)

2. Complete the following sentence: The boy looked for a place to hide…

d) and rushed into the lavatory

3. Richards knew everything. All the way up Mr. Prosset fired questions on him and he fired answers right back. These sentences are from the text:

a)”Success Story” by J.G. Cozzens

4. Complete the following sentence: It was a sheer beauty …

a) of her face that took your breath away

XIV. Mind  the text “The Dinner Party ”, by  N. Monsarrat, answer the question:

Why did the author  stress many times that the guests were close, valuable friends?

(It was hard to believe that real friends, close, valuable friends could do such a theft)

2 Complete the following  sentence :All along the …were manuscripts of his novels.

d)bookcase

3 Complete the following  sentence: I didn’t want to sell the 30th section and ….

d) it’s hanging now in our living-room

4. Complete the following  sentence: There was a bell over the door that rang whenever…. entered.

b)a customer

XV. Mind  the text “The Dinner Party ”, by  N. Monsarrat,  answer the question:

Why did the boy think it was a joke when the ring had disappeared?( He still thought that it could only be a practical joke, and that one of  guests – probably the prince himself – would produce the ring with a laugh, because the guests were close, valuable friends)

2. The book said that he suddenly stopped painting  at 53 and lived in a villa in Rivera. He hadn’t

painted anything in a dozen year and was heard to say he would never touch the brush again.The main character of the text is…

e)Lautisse

3. Complete the following  sentence: I had no idea who …was

e)he

4.  Towards the end of a wonderful dinner, when dessert had been brought in and the servants had left,  my uncle leant forward to admire a magnificent diamond ring on the princess’s hand. These sentences are from:

c)”The Dinner Party”

XVI. Mind  the text “Fair of Face”, by  C. Hare, answer the question:

Why did the author say that Aubrey and his fiancée knew their job when he came to the opening of the exhibition? (The author  had to admit that they knew, their job when he came to the opening of the exhibition a few months later. They had gathered in treasures of every sort from all over the county and arranged them admirably. The jewel of the show was, of course, the great Titian)

2. Complete the sentence:  Clifford  was… …

d)a writer

3. The boy kept  squeezing politely out of the drunkard’s way , hurrying through the crowd , and saying anything and trying his best to be as decent as possible. The main character of the text  is:

e)Filipino

4. Deborah Franklin was beautiful in the grand, classic manner. She didn’t look in the least like a film star or a model. But looking at her you forgot everything. It was the sheer beauty of her face that took your breath away. These : sentences  are from the text:

e)”Fare of Face”

17. Mind  the text “Fair of Face”, by  C. Hare, answer the question:

Why didn’t the author expect Deborah to be a clever girl?

(With looks like that, it would be asking too much to expect anything startling in the way of brains, and the author found Deborah, a trifle dull. She was of course well aware of her extraordinary good looks, and was perfectly prepared to discuss them)

2. Complete the sentence The Book said that he suddenly stopped painting ... and lived in a villa in Rivera.        b) at 53

3. Complete the sentence She was too excited to tell him the story clearly and...

d) Bill couldn’t understand anything at first

4. Complete the sentence. I must go to Oakland to see…       e) my brother

18. Mind  the text “Caged”, by  L.E. Reeve, answer the question:

Why did the stranger let loose the birds?

(He considered the  birds to be imprisoned spending their lives  in cages, being released from the prison birds  it was symbolic  to let loose the birds)

2. Complete the sentence: Suddenly …  ….attracted his attention.  e) the board against the wall

3. Complete the sentence: The drunkard said he was ….  …, wounded twice

e) a real American

4. Complete the sentence: The princess was still smiling, though less easily. She was unusual to asking for things twice. The silence continued, I still thought that it could only

a practical  joke, and that one of us probably the prince himself-would produce the ring

with a laugh. These sentences are from the text…

e) “The Dinner Party”

XIX. Mind  the text “Caged”, by  L.E. Reeve,  answer the question:

Why  was it the pet-shop where the stranger came?  (There were a lot of animals and birds in cages

he wanted to let free.

2. The book said that he suddenly stopped painting  at 53 and lived in a villa in Rivera. He hadn’t

painted anything in a dozen year and was heard to say he would never touch the brush again. The main character of the text is…

e) Lautisse

3. Complete the following  sentence: I had no idea who …was

e)he

4.  Towards the end of a wonderful dinner, when dessert had been brought in and the servants had left,  my uncle leant forward to admire a magnificent diamond ring on the princess’s hand. These sentences are from:

c)”The Dinner Party”

XX. Mind  the text “ The T.V. Blackout”, by  Art Buchwald, answer the question:

What role did T.V. play in the life of  Mr. Bufkins?( He was so TV addicted  that didn’t pay attention to his family)

2 Complete the following  sentence :All along the …were manuscripts of his novels.

d)bookcase

3 Complete the following  sentence: I didn’t want to sell the 30th section and ….

d) it’s hanging now in our living-room

4. Complete the following  sentence: There was a bell over the door that rang whenever…. entered.

b)a customer

XXI. Mind  the text “ The T.V. Blackout”, by  Art Buchwald, answer the question:

Why  did the panic set in the  Bufkins ’s house?

(Because TV played very great role in their father’s life)

2. Complete the following sentence.( Mind the text “The Dinner Party” by N.Monsarrat):

The thief was one of us …  …   e) one of  my uncle Octavian’s cherished friends

3. Complete the following sentence: “ I mean what I said !” snapped the man. ”Something

… …    e) in a cage

4. Complete the following sentence: He considered himself something of a ….    e)professional man

XXII. Mind   the text “ Then in Triumph”, by  F.L. Parke,  answer the question:

Why did Clifford Oslow think that his defeat as a writer was definite now?

(As his wife, Julia, who before a year ago hadn't put pen to paper, had written a book, had it accepted and now was looking at advertisements that said, over four hundred thousand copies.)

2. Complete the following sentence: The boy looked for a place to hide…

d) and rushed into the lavatory

3. Richards knew everything. All the way up Mr. Prosset fired questions on him and he fired answers right back. These sentences are from the text:

a)”Success Story” by J.G. Cozzens

4. Complete the following sentence: It was a sheer beauty …

a) of her face that took your breath away

23.  Mind   the text “ Then in Triumph”, by  F.L. Parke,  answer the question:

Why did Clifford Oslow give an answer to the reporter’s questions?

(He understood that his wife had  used his manuscripts to publish her successful books)

2. Complete the following sentence:later Aubrey discovered that a pair of Degas’ statuettes was missing from a stand opposite the Titian.            b) about ten minutes

3. Complete the following sentence. Oh, yes , Aubrey arranged for someone to be there to

photograph me. He thought…           e) ) it would help to collect a crowd

4. Complete the sentence: The main hero of the text “The T.V. Blackout” is..        e) Mr. Bufkins     

24.  Mind   the text “ The Verger”, by W. S. Maugham, answer the question:

What striking thing  did  the new vicar  find out about Edward Foreman ?(He discovered to his astonishment that Mr. Foreman  could neither read nor write).

2. Complete the sentence: The boy looked for a place to hide  … …c) and rushed into the lavatory

3. Complete the sentence: The Book said that he suddenly stopped painting at 53 and lived in a ….. in Rivera.          a) villa

4. With the money he could afford to marry Leila, rent a studio and stop being a student. His education To complete his education he went to Italy but after 5 months all the money

was spent and he had to return.   These sentences are from the text…

”e) “A Good Start

25. Mind   the text “The Verger”, by W. S. Maugham, answer the question:

What   caused Edward Foreman’s idea to open a tobacco shop ?( he had saved a small sum of money but it was not enough to live on without doing something, and life cost more and more every year. It occurred to him now that a cigarette would comfort him and since he was not a smoker and never had any in his pockets he looked for a shop where he could buy a packet of good cigarettes. It was a long street with all sorts of. shops in it but there was not a single one where you could buy cigarettes.So he decided to open a shop to sell cigarettes there.)

2. Complete the following sentence.( Mind the text “The Dinner Party” by N.Monsarrat):

The thief was one of us …  …  e) one of  my uncle Octavian’s cherished friends

3. Complete the following sentence: “ I mean what I said !” snapped the man. ”Something

e) in a cage

4.  Complete the following  sentence: " Ten years …   ….. Fifty cents a year."    e) to earn five dollars




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