Uvlekatel'naya ximiya by Levickij M.M.

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Grave: During this time, a bell was rung next to the coffin in a funeral procession. 6 tavern-knave: serving boy. Vocabulary Skill Interactive Question-Response Context Clues Look at the way adversary is used in context. Underline the context clues that help you determine its meaning. Vocabulary Context Clues Read aloud the word adversary and its definition. Ask students to name something or someone who was an adversary to a leader in American history: Model Someone who stands in the way of a leader or opposes him or her is an adversary, so President Roosevelt was an adversary to Hitler.

Underline the answers. Read and Discuss Partner Talk 230 235 Read and Discuss Read the lines aloud, emphasizing the way that Beowulf is both sure of himself and asking humbly for permission at the same time. Ask: Where do you hear a sincere tone? (Students may name any phrase, such as “people’s noble friend”). Where do you hear a strong sense of Beowulf’s noble purpose? (Students may name any phrase, such as “I have come so far”). Reread lines 238–247. With a partner, decide what tone you hear in Beowulf’s voice.

____________________________ 60 The old man replies that even ____________________________ though he wants to die, and ____________________________ has gone everywhere looking ____________________________ 65 for Death, he cannot die. ____________________________ How do you feel about the rioters in this meeting? How do you feel about the old man? Discuss these questions with your partner. 70 Page in the household, children—all there were. Yes, I imagine that he lives round there. ” The rioter said, “Is he so fierce to meet?

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