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Mr Smith’s Nose Mr Smith’s Nose

What kind of a nose did Mr Smith buy? Why?
Mr. Smith bought a small nose as it was in fashion.
How had it become easy to change one’s body? What had been the procedure earlier?
Why had the robot shop assistant been replaced by a human?
What’s a reconditioned body?
Why wasn’t Mr Smith sure that he was the same man?
What problems did Mr Smith have with his new body parts?
How did Mr Smith get his body back?
What do you think ‘new brain’ means? Do you think Mr Smith became wiser?
Do you thing genetically engineered body parts can be better than natural body parts?
Would you like to interact with a robot or a human being? Give reasons for your answer.
Circle the odd word in each row. 1. Impossible Practical unreasonable Unachievable 2. Dear expensive rare costly 3. Risky secure unsafe dangerous 4. Skilful expert efficient official 5. Strange unusual artificial queer
Add ‘-able’, ‘-our’, ‘-ment’ or ‘-ly’ to the given words to form new words: e.g., slow – ly = slowly. Two words are possible in certain cases. 1. Prosper ................................. 2. Enjoy ................................. 3. Advise ................................. 4. Adventure ................................. 5. Love ................................. 6. Time ................................. 7. Argue ................................. 8. Fame ................................. 9. Clever ................................. 10. Avail ................................. 11. Reach ................................. 12. Engage .................................
Fill in the blanks with the correct degree of comparison of the adjectives given in the brackets. 1. Our body parts are ................................. and well made. (smart) 2. These are the ................................. skates I have seen. (cute) 3. Bats thought they were ................................. than birds and animals. (clever) 4. Mr Smith was the ................................. person in the town. (fashionable) 5. Marco Polo told ................................. stories about the Chinese. (interesting) 6. These diamonds are ................................. than other precious stones. (valuable) 7. Marco Polo was the ................................. person at the court. (interesting)
Match the sentences in Column A with the parts in Column B and write sentences beginning with if. Column A Column B 1. You don’t like these ears. (a) she elf will do his homework. 2. Marco Polo insists, (b) the rumbles in my stomach will go up. 3. Bats are cheating us, (c) he will lose his balance. if 4. Patrick promises to help, (d) We will show you another pair. 5. The crocodile stands up (e) we will stay longer in the sky. wearing the skates, 6. I do not eat anything quickly, (f) We Will turn them out. 7. Our machine is lighter, (g) The king will allow him to go back.
Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions. 1. Body parts .............................. different shapes and sizes are available .............................. our shop. 2. If you do not feel satisfied .............................. these parts, you can change them .............................. it fortnight. 3. There is no guarantee .............................. this nose. We cannot refund the money .............................. you. 4. All the people went back .............................. their homes. Only the crocodile was left .............................. the park. 5. He had to walk .............................. the hill alone. But he was happy .............................. his adventure.

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