|Mr.Abdelbadea M. Mahdy|
عدد المساهمات : 321
تاريخ التسجيل : 10/12/2010
الموقع : Egypt
|موضوع: Called to the Rescue الخميس 23 ديسمبر 2010, 10:29 pm|| |
Called to the Rescue
1-What was M r D-? He was a young man studying at Cambridge University in summer.
2-What was the ferry used for in Exmouth? It was used for crossing the river to go to the railway station.
3- What was Mr D- doing at Exmouth? He was studying there.
4- What did Mr D- hear during his sleep? He heard a strange voice ordering him to go down to the ferry.
5-What did the voice order Mr D- to do? The voice ordered him to go down to the ferry.
6-Why couldn't Mr D- ignore the second voice? Because it was commanding.
7-Why did Mr D- decide to go to the ferry? Because sleep was impossible and it was a short walk to the ferry and back?
8- Why was Mr D- astonished when he reached the ferry? Because he heard the boatman's voice calling to him.
9-Why did Mr D- go to Exeter? Because the word Exeter sounded in his head. He thought that the purpose of his journey would be completed there.
ً10-What were Mr D-'s thoughts and feelings when he arrived in Exeter? He felt that his ideas and feelings had gone.
11-What did Mr D- do when he arrived in Exeter? He wandered aimlessly and blamed himself for coming to the place and felt that his ideas and feelings had gone.
12-Why did Mr D- go to the hotel? He went to the hotel to have breakfast.
13-What made the waiter apologize to Mr D-? He apologized for the delay because the hotel was full.
14-Why was the hotel at Exeter full of people? Because a lot of people were going to the court concerning the cases.
15-How did Mr D- know about the cases in the court? The waiter told him about them.
16-What did the waiter tell Mr D-about the cases? He told him about the history of the cases tried and his ideas about the cases that remained.
17-When did Mr D- decide to go to the courthouse? After he became interested in the cases.
18-Why did the case Mr D- attended cause unusual excitement? Because the prisoner was accused of murder. No one had seen him committing the act murder.
19-What was the prisoner accused of? He was accused of murder.
20-What was the case (Mr D- attended) about? It was about a prisoner accused of a murder he didn't commit.
21-What was the only hope of the prisoner? To prove that he hadn't been there at the time of the crime.
22-What did the prisoner say to defend himself? At the time of the murder he was mending a window at Mr G's house at M.
23-Why couldn't the prisoner prove his innocence? He couldn't because he didn't know the name or the address of the man who was with him at the time of the crime.
24-How were the accused man's feelings? He was hopeless and sad.
25-Why was the prisoner hopeless? Because he couldn't prove his innocence and he didn't know where the man was.
26-Why was the prisoner hopeless? Because he couldn't prove his innocence and he didn't know where the man was.
27-What happened when the prisoner ended his sad and hopeless speech? Mr D looked at him and remembered that he had seen him before.
28-Where did Mr D- meet the prisoner in the court? He met him at Mr G's house at M.
29-What did Mr D- do when didn't find his friend there? He waited in the library.
30-What did Mr D- do to pass the time while he was waiting for his friend? He passed the time watching the man mending the window and talking to him.
31-Who did Mr D- find in his friend's library? What was he doing there? Mr D- found the prisoner mending the window.
32-How could Mr D-prove that the prisoner was innocent? He told the judge that he saw the prisoner mending a window for Mr G- at the time of the murder when he went to visit Mr. G-.
33- At what point did Mr D- realize that he could prove the prisoner's innocence? After the prisoner had ended his speech protesting his innocence.
34-What was the result of Mr. D-'s evidence? The prisoner was found not guilty and set free.
35-How was the prisoner set free? Mr D- proved that the man was mending the window at the time of murder.
36-How did God's will save the accused man? (OR)Show that Mr D – was led to the court by an act of fate. He was called to go to the ferry and to go to Exeter. He went to the court though he wasn't interested in the cases. He witnessed for the sake of the innocent man.