So he robbed a safe every year. Each year he planned carefully just what he would do, stole enough to last for twelve months, and secretly bought the books he loved through an agent.
a. Who is 'he' in the above extract?
b. Why did 'he' rob only one safe every year?
c. What does this tell us about ‘he’?
A small dog was lying in the kitchen. It stirred, made a noise, and moved its tail in a friendly way.
a. What is the name of the dog mentioned in the above extract?
b. In which house is the kitchen referred to located?
c. Find a word from the passage that means the same as 'cordial'.
The voice went on, "You can cure it with a special treatment, you know, if you find out just what plant gives you the disease. I think you'd better see a doctor, if you're serious about your work."
a. Whose voice is referred to in the above extract?
b. What disease was the voice referring to?
c. How did she know he had a disease?
She laughed, and he begged, thinking that he had persuaded her, "Look, I have no right to ask you for anything, but I'm desperate."
a. Who are 'she' and 'he' in the above extract?
b. Why did 'he' say that he was desperate?
c. Find a word in the passage that means the same as 'convinced'.