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Retold by S al ly M . Sto ck to n
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Contents
A Note on Mark Twain
CHAPTER ONE
Tom and th e Fence
CHAPTER TWO
Tom and Huck
CHAPTER THREE
The G raveyard
CHAPTER FOUR
Jackson's Island
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Life on the Mississippi River
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CHAPTER FIVE
The Trial
49
CHAPTER SIX
The Haunted House
55
CHAPTER SEVEN
M cPougal's Cave
64
CHAPTER EIG HT
The Treasure
72
UNDERSTANDING
THE TEXT
16, 2 6 , 3 3 , 4 2 , 5 3 , 6 0 , 7 0 , 78
S p ecial Features:
Njj^T
T: grade
KET-style exercises
3 Trinity-style exercises (Grade 3)
PR O JE C T O N T H E W EB
Exit Test - Portfolio
Key to Exit Test
16, 18, 2 6 , 2 7 , 33
5 4 , 7 0 , 7 1 , 80
2 7 , 34
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The text is recorded in full.
P tSt P /m These symbols indicate the beginning and end of the extracts linked
to the listening activities.
Sam uel L anghorne
C lem ens (183 5-19 10).
A Note on Mark Twain
Mark Twain’s real nam e was Samuel Langhorne Clemens. He was
born in Florida, Missouri, USA in 1835. In 1839 he and his family
went to live in Hannibal, Missouri, a town on the Mississippi River.
Young Samuel grew up there, and as a boy he had many adventures
on the river.
He began working as a steamboat 1 pilot on the Mississippi in 1857,
but in 1861 he went to the West. He traveled to Nevada and then to
California.
1. s t e a m b o a t : se e p a g e 9.
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In San Francisco, California, he began working as a journalist for
the Morning Call. H ere he changed his nam e to M ark Twain. In
1865 he wrote the short story, “The C elebrated Jum ping Frog of
Calaveras C ounty”. It was a great success and Mark Twain became a
famous writer. He traveled to many places in the world.
He married Olivia “Livy” Langdon and had three daughters, and the
family lived in Hartford, Connecticut. Here he wrote his three great
novels, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876), Life on the Mississippi
(1883) and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884).
People everywhere liked his hum orous style and satire.
H is other novels are The Innocents Abroad (1869), Roughing It (1872),
The Prince and the Pauper (1880), A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's
Court (1889) and many short stories.
Mark Twain died in 1910. He was seventy-four years old.
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Are the follo w in g sentences tru e (T) or false (F)? C orrect the false
ones.
a.
M a rk T w a in ’s real n am e w a s S a m u e l L a n g h o rn e
C le m e n s.
b.
He w a s born in H a n n ib a l, M isso u ri.
c.
He w o rk e d as a s te a m b o a t p ilo t on th e M is s is s ip p i
River.
d.
He w o rke d as a jo u rn a lis t in N evada.
e.
He b ecam e fa m o u s in 1865 b e c a u s e he w ro te
a v e ry p o p u la r s h o rt story.
f.
M a rk T w a in and his w ife , Livy, had th re e sons.
g.
He w ro te The A d v e n tu re s o f Tom S a w y e r in
S an F ra n cisco .
h.
M a rk T w a in w ro te in a h u m o ro u s style.
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Tom Sawyer’s World
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Q u in c y
Cardiff Hill
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ILLINOIS
McDougal’s
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MISSOURI
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KANSA
T h e p la c e s in ita lic s a re fic tio n a l. T h e real nam e o f S t P e te rs b u rg is
H a n n ib a l. T h is is th e to w n w h e re M a rk T w a in s p e n t his c h ild h o o d .
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Characters
^ T o m S aw yer
H u c k le b e rry F inn ►
B e cky T h a tc h e r
4 A u n t P olly
4 Injun Joe
M u ff P o tte r
GLOSSARY
A
Do you know th ese w ords? W rite the w ords from the box next to the
correct pictures. Use your d ictio n ary to help you.
b e e tle
b ru sh
fe n c e
g h o st
gold coin
g ra ve
g ra v e y a rd
kite
kn ife
raft
s ilv e r coin
s te a m b o a t
tre a s u re
ja il
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CHAPTER
ONE
Tow and the Fence
om! Tom!”
T here was no answer.
“W here is that boy? Tom!” A unt Polly looked
u nder the bed but she only found the cat.
T hen she heard a noise behind her. A small boy ran past and
she stopped him with her hand.
“W h at are you doing, Tom?” she asked.
“N othin g.”
“N othing. Look at your hand and your m outh. I told you not to
eat the ja m .” 1
"Oh, A unt Polly, look behind you!"
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Tom and th e Fence
T h e old la d y lo o k e d a n d T om r a n aw ay. A u n t P o lly w as
surprised and then she laughed.
"I never learn. Tom always plays tricks 1 on me and I never
learn. I love Tom. H e ’s my sister’s child — sh e ’s dead. B ut it’s not
easy to look a fte r him . T o m o rro w is S a tu rd a y a n d th e r e ’s no
school. But Tom m ust work tomorrow. He hates work but he m ust
do it.”
Tom lived in the small village of St P etersburg w ith his A unt
Polly, his b rother Sid and his sister Mary. The sum m er evenings
were long, and in the evenings Tom liked w alking a ro u n d the
village. O ne evening he saw a big boy in front of him. The boy
was a stranger. 2 Tom was surprised because he did not see new
people often. This boy had very nice, expensive clothes. “H e’s got
shoes, a new shirt and a tie. 3 And it’s not Sunday,’’ Tom thought.
“My clothes are old and ugly.”
Tom looked at him and the big boy looked at Tom. Tom did not
like him. Finally he said, “I can beat you!” 4
“Why d on ’t you try?” said the boy.
“Well, I c a n ,” said Tom.
“No, you c a n ’t.”
“Yes, I c a n .”
There was silence.
“You’re afraid,” said the boy.
“I'm not afraid," said Tom.
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Yes, you are. »
1. tricks : jokes.
2. str a n g e r : a person h e did not know .
3.
4. b e a t y o u : (here) w in in a fight.
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The Adventures of
^ Tom S aw v 6r
“No, I’m n o t.”
T here was m ore silence.
T hen Tom pushed the boy and the boy pushed Tom. Soon they
were on the ground. Tom pulled the boy’s hair and hit him hard.
They both fought a lot. T he big boy was angry and started crying.
“S top,” he said. “Stop!”
“Now, th at will teach you som ething,” said Tom.
Tom arrived hom e late and he was very dirty. W h en A unt Polly
saw his dirty clothes, she thought "W hat can I do with this boy?
Well, tom orrow is Saturday, and he m ust w ork.”
Saturday m orning was beautiful and sunny. It was sum m er and
the world was happy. Tom sat in front of the fence and looked at
it. It was thirty yards 1 long and nin e feet 2 high. H e was very
unhappy.
“It’s Saturday and I m ust paint this long fence. All my friends
will laugh at m e,” he thought.
He p u t his long brush in the w hite paint and started painting.
He stopped and looked at his work. T hen he continued painting.
After a few m inutes he had a great idea. H e continued painting
the fence. He saw his friend Ben Rogers in the street. Ben had an
apple in his hand. He cam e to look at the fence.
“You’re working for your a u n t,” said Ben.
Tom said nothing. He continued painting.
“I'm g oin g sw im m in g b u t you c a n ’t co m e w ith m e. You’re
w orking,” said Ben.
"Do you call this w ork?” asked Tom.
“O f course it’s work. You’re painting a fen ce,” said Ben.
1. y a r d s : 1 yard = 0 .9 1 4 m eters.
2. f e e t : 1 fo o t = 0 .3 0 5 m eters.
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Tom and th e Fence
“Maybe it’s w ork b u t maybe it isn ’t. I like it!” said Tom. “I can
swim every day, but I c a n ’t paint a fence every day.”
Ben w atched Tom. H e p ainted slowly and carefully. H e often
stopped and moved back from the fence. He looked at his work
and smiled. Ben was suddenly interested in the fence and said,
“Let me paint a little, Tom .”
Tom thought for a m om ent. “I’m sorry, Ben. A unt Polly w ants
me to do it becau se I’m very good at painting. My b ro th er Sid
wanted to do it, but h e ’s not good at painting."
“Oh, please, Tom! Please can I paint? I’m good at painting too.
Here, you can have some of my apple.”
“No, Ben, I c a n ’t —”
“Then take all of my apple!”
Tom was happy but he did not smile. He gave Ben the brush
and sat down to eat the apple.
Tom’s other friends cam e by. At first they laughed at him . But
soon they all w anted to paint the fence. Billy Fisher gave Tom a
kite and Johnny M iller brought him a dead rat. His other friends
gave him an old knife, a cat w ith one eye, an old blue bottle, an
old key and other interesting things. His friends painted the fence
and Tom now had a lot of interesting things. He w ent back hom e.
“Aunt Polly, can I go to play now?”
W hen A unt Polly saw the beautiful w hite fence she was very
happy. She gave Tom a big apple and said, “Yes, go and play! But
don't come hom e late!”
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
k e *t
A
Are these sentences “Right” (A) or “W rong” {B)? If there is not enough
inform ation to answer “Right” (A) or “W rong” (B), choose “Doesn’t say”
(C). There is an exam ple at the beginning (0).
0
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2
T om a lw a y s p la y e d tric k s on A u n t P olly.
(K) R ig h t
B W ro ng
C D o e s n ’t say
T o m S a w y e r w a s e le ve n y e a rs old.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
A u n t P olly w a s a big, s tro n g w o m an.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
3
D u rin g th e long s u m m e r e v e n in g s T om liked going out.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
4
T h e s tra n g e r had old, u g ly c lo th e s .
A R igh t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
T om and th e s tra n g e r b e ca m e frie n d s.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
On S a tu rd a y m o rn in g it w as sun ny.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
Ben R o g e rs w a n te d to go sw im m in g .
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
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T o m ’s frie n d s g a ve him in te re s tin g th in g s b e ca u se th e y w a n te d to
p a in t th e fe n c e .
A R igh t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
VOCABULARY
Match an ad jective in colum n A to its opposite in colum n B. There is
one ad jective in colum n A that has two d ifferen t opposites.
b e a u tifu l
d irty
h app y
long
rich
old
laugh
e a sy
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B
unhappy
poor
young
clean
new
cry
d iffic u lt
ugly
sh o rt
Now w rite three sentences using som e of the adjectives.
a.
b.
c.
WORD SQUARE
Tom ’s frien d s gave him seven interesting things. Can you find them ?
Circle them in blue.
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Now complete the sentences with the words you found.
a. A u nt P olly g ave T om a n .........................
b. He used a ........................to c u t the m eat.
c.
T h e .................... had o n ly one eye.
d.
T h e .................... w as d ead.
e.
Tom
f.
o p e n e d th e d o o r w ith a ..............
T h e re w a s so m e w a te r in th e ........................
g. W hen it is w in d y, T om can fly h i s .........................
Answer these q uestions and then look for your answ ers in the word
square in exercis e 3. C ircle them in red.
1. W ha t did A u n t P olly te ll T om not to eat? ................................................
2. On w h a t d a y did T om p a in t th e fe n c e ? .....................................................
3. W ha t c o lo r did T om p a in t th e fe n c e ? .........................................................
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L O O K IN G A T T H E P I C T U R E S
Look at the picture on pages 14-15 and com plete the sentences using
a prep o sitio n from the box below. Use each preposition only once.
on
a.
in
n e xt to
under
in fro n t o f
b ehind
T om is s it t in g .....................th e tree.
b. T h e c a t is lyin g .....................th e grou nd.
c.
T he b o ys are s ta n d in g ...................... each other.
d. T h e kite is on th e g ro u n d , ...................... Tom .
e.
T o m ’s arm i s ...................... his head.
f.
T o m is h o ld in g an a p p le
his hand.
B E F O R E YOU READ
KET
A
Listen to the beginning of C hapter Two and choose the correct answer
A, B or C.
On S u n d a y T o m w ore
A a b ro w n hat.
B h is cle a n S u n d a y c lo th e s.
C a ne w p a ir o f sh o e s.
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T h e little dog w a n te d to
A p la y w ith Tom .
B p lay w ith M ary.
C p lay w ith the b la ck beetle.
A t S u n d a y s c h o o l T om n e v e r
lis te n e d to
A A u n t P olly.
B th e re ve re n d .
C th e te a c h e r.
5
T h e b la ck be e tle
A bit th e d o g ’s leg.
B b it th e d o g ’s nose.
C bit th e d o g ’s ear.
6
T h e p e o p le in th e church
A la u g h e d sile n tly.
B sang loudly.
C ran a b o u t in th e church.
T om had a big b la c k b e e tle
A in his p ocke t.
B a t hom e.
C in his hand.
CHAPTER
TW O
Tom and Huck
he next day was Sunday. Tom wore his clean
Sunday clothes — he hated this! Tom, Sid and
M ary alw ays w e n t to S u n d a y sc h o o l 1 on
S u n d ay m o rn in g . B ut Tom was n o t a good
student and neverI listened to the teacher.
After Sunday school Tom and his family w ent to chu rch . This
Sunday he h ad a hig b la c k b e e tle in his p o c k e t. W h e n th e
reverend started speaking, Tom took the black beetle out of his
pocket. He put it on the floor.
There was a little dog in the c h u rc h . It saw the b eetle and
wanted to play with it. Suddenly the beetle bit the dog’s nose. The
1 . S u n d a y s c h o o l : religious lesso n s for ch ild ren in th e ch u rch .
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Tom and Huck
little dog barked ' and everyone looked at it. It ju m p ed and ran
after the black beetle. It ran all abo u t the c h u rc h barking and
making a lot of noise.
The people in the c h u rc h lau g hed silently. T h eir faces w ere
red. The reverend con tin u ed talking b u t no one listened to him.
Tom was happy because he had an interesting m orning in church. JHfff
On M onday m orning Tom did not w ant to get up.
"Get up immediately, Tom, and get ready for school!" Aunt Polly
cried.
0 t^ T h e Adventures of
T om SawvCr
O n his way to school Tom m et his friend H uckleberry Finn.
Huck's father drank whiskey all the tim e and did not work. H uck
had no m o ther and no hom e. He lived in the streets and did not
go to school. His clothes w ere old and dirty. H e w ent fishing and
sw im m ing w hen he w anted. H uck was happy.
All the m others of the village hated him because he was lazy 1
and used bad language. All the children of the tow n liked him
very m uch. They adm ired him.
"Hello, Huckleberry! W h a t’s that?"
"It’s a dead cat,” said Huck.
“W h at will we do with it?” asked Tom.
"1 w ant to take it to the graveyard after m idnight," H uck said.
“A dead cat can call ghosts out of their graves.”
“Really?” asked Tom.
"Well, old M rs H opkins told me. S h e’s a w itch 2 and she knows
about these thin gs,” said H uck.
“C an 1 com e with you?” asked Tom.
"O f course! O r are you afraid of ghosts?" asked Huck.
"Afraid of ghosts! O f course not!” said Tom. “C om e and call me
at my window at eleven o ’clock tonight."
Tom was late for sch oo l. T h e te a c h e r w as angry an d said,
“T hom as Sawyer! W hy are you late again?”
Suddenly Tom saw a new girl in the classroom . She had blue
eyes and long blonde hair. She was very beautiful. Tom looked at
her. He was in love! T here was a free chair next to her and Tom
w anted to sit there. But how?
1. he was lazy : h e d id n o t w a n t to w o rk o r stu d y . A lazy p e rs o n n e v e r w a n ts
to do a n y th in g .
2. w itc h :
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T om Saw yer
Tom thought quickly and said, “I stopped to talk to H uckleberry
F in n.”
T he teach er was very angry. “You know you m ust never talk to
that boy!” T he teach er took his stick 1 and hit Tom.
“Now go and sit with the girls!” said the teacher.
The children laughed at Tom. He sat down next to the new girl.
H e looked at her. T h en he drew a picture of a house.
“Let me see it,” she w hispered. 2
Tom put the picture in front of her.
“It’s nice. D raw a m a n ,” she said.
Tom drew a m an near the house. It was a terrible picture, but
the girl liked it.
“You draw beautifully. I c a n ’t draw,” said the girl.
“I can teach you after school,” said Tom.
“O h, than k you!”
“W h a t’s your nam e?” Tom asked.
“Becky T hatcher. I know your nam e. It’s Tom Sawyer.”
T hat night Tom and Sid w ere in bed at half past nine. Sid was
soon asleep b u t Tom was not. At eleven o’clock he heard H uck
m eo w .3 He dressed quickly and w ent out of the bedroom window.
“L e t’s go!” w h isp ered H uck. He had his dead cat. Tom and
H uck walked down the dark road. They walked for about half an
hour. The graveyard was on a hill. T here w ere a lot of trees and a
lot of graves; everything was d ark and scary. 4 T he w ind m ade
strange noises and dark clouds covered the moon.
2. w h is p e r e d : said in a very q u ie t voice.
3. m e o w : m ake a so u n d like a cat.
4. s c a r y : m ad e th em afraid.
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Tom and Huck
“Are the ghosts m aking these noises?” th o u g h t Tom. He was
afraid but he said nothing.
“Now let’s find the grave of Hoss W illiam s,” said Huck.
They soon found the grave.
“Here it is. He died last w eek,” said Huck.
“Do you think Hoss W illiams can hear us?" asked Tom.
“Well, I think his ghost can hear u s,” said Huck.
“Then let’s call him M r W illiam s,” said Tom.
“Alright,” said Huck. “But everybody called him Hoss."
“Sh!”
“W hat is it, Tom?” asked Huck.
“Do you hear the noise? Look over there, Huck! O h, no!" said
Tom.
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
KEr
C hoose the co rrect answ er A, B or C. There is an exam ple at the
beginning (0).
On M o n d a y m o rn in g Tom
A p la y e d w ith a little dog.
B w e n t o u t w ith H u c k le b e rry
Finn.
(C) w e n t to sch o o l.
H u c k le b e rry Finn
A had no m other and no home.
B d ra n k w h is k e y all th e tim e .
C w as a poor, u n h a p p y boy.
T om and H uck w a n te d to
A go to th e g ra v e y a rd .
B v is it M rs H o p kin s.
C fin d a de a d cat.
B ecky T h a tc h e r w as b e autifu l
and had
A s h o rt b lo n d e h air and blue
eyes.
B long b lo n d e h a ir and blue
eyes.
C long b la ck h a ir and blue
eyes.
At th e g ra v e y a rd T om and
H uck lo o ke d fo r
A H oss W illia m s ’s grave.
B H oss W illia m s.
C th e dead cat.
T h e te a c h e r w a s v e ry a n g ry
w ith T om b e ca u se
A he d id n ’t stu dy.
B he talked to Becky Thatcher.
C he ta lk e d to H uck Finn.
CHARACTERS
Match the ch aracters in colum n A to the descriptions in colum n B.
A
1.
2.
3.
B
E Tom S aw yer
E The big bla ck beetle
El T h e p e o p le in th e
a.
T h e y la u g h e d sile n tly.
b.
It ba rke d and m ade a lot of noise.
c.
He d re w a p ic tu re of a house and a
m an.
d.
He hit T om w ith a stick.
c h u rch
4. □
E
E
H uck Finn
T h e s c h o o l te a c h e r
e.
It bit th e d o g ’s nose.
T he m o th e rs o f th e
v illa g e
f.
He lived in th e s tre e ts and did not
go to sch o o l.
7. E
B e cky T h a tc h e r
g- T h e y h a ted H uck Finn.
8. E
T h e little dog
h.
5.
6.
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S he w as new at sch o o l.
KET
A
L A N G U A G E P R A C T IC E
C om plete the five co n versatio n s. C hoose A, B or C. There is an
exam ple at the beginning (0).
Can you draw a picture for me?
A Y es, I do.
B Y es, I am .
© Y es, I can.
3
C an I have an a p ple, p lease?
A H ere you are.
B It is here.
C T h a n k you.
W h e re is th e g ra v e y a rd ?
A T h e re is here.
B It is n ’t.
C I d o n ’t know .
4
W h a t tim e is b re a k fa s t?
A T w o hours.
B A t h a lf pa st eight.
C To one hour.
Do yo u like S u n d a y s ch o o l?
A No, I not like.
B No, I d o n ’t.
C Y es, I have.
5
A re you
A Y es,
B Y es,
C Y es,
go in g to sch o o l?
I are.
I go.
I am.
L O O K IN G A T T H E P I C T U R E S
Look at the picture on page 23 and d ecide if the follow ing statem ents
are true (T) or false (F). C o rrect the false ones.
T
a. T he te a c h e r is ta lk in g to Tom .
b. W e can see fo u r b o o k s in th e p ic tu re .
c. Tom is s ittin g dow n.
d. T h e te a c h e r has a m o u s ta c h e .
e.
All th e g irls h ave b lo n d e hair.
f.
T h e re a re n ’t any w in d o w s in th e c la ssro o m .
g- T om is w e a rin g 'a sh irt.
h. T h e re are six p e o p le in th e p ictu re .
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F
n
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T: GRADE 3
S P E A K IN G
Topic - P lace of study
In this ch ap ter we learn som e th in g s about Tom S aw yer’s school. W ork
with a partner and talk about your school. Use th e fo llow ing questions
to help you.
a. W h a t is th e nam e o f y o u r s c h o o l?
b.
H ow do you go to s c h o o l e v e ry day?
c.
W ho do you s it n e xt to?
d. W h a t is y o u r fa v o rite s u b je c t?
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CHAPTER
THREE
The Graveyard
hosts!" said H uck. "I can see ghosts! T h ey ’re
com ing here. I’m really scared!”
“C an ghosts see us?” asked Tom.
“G hosts can see everything,” answ ered Huck.
“O h, why did I com e here?”
“D on’t be afraid. We m ust be very q u iet,” said Tom.
T he three ghosts moved quietly in the graveyard. They cam e
close to Tom and Huck.
"Tom!" w hispered H uck. “T hey’re not ghosts. T hey’re hum ans.
O ne of them is M uff Potter.”
“You’re right. And th e re ’s Injun Joe and Dr Robinson. But why
are they here?” said Tom.
"They’re grave robbers. 1 They w ant to rob a grave. The doctor
wants a dead body,” said Huck.
1. rob b ers : thieves. T hey take things that are not theirs.
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th e Graveya
“But why?” asked Tom.
“He cuts bodies and studies them . My father told me about Dr
Robinson,” said Huck.
The three men were at Hoss Williams’s grave. Injun Joe and M uff
Potter started digging. 1 Soon the grave was open. They found the
dead body and pulled it out of the ground.
“Well, doctor, do you want us to take the body to your house?" said
Muff. "You m ust give us five dollars.”
“W hat!” said Dr Robinson angrily. “I paid you this morning. I'm not
giving you more money!”
“I want more money, D octor,” said Injun Joe. “Five years ago I
came to your father’s house. I asked you for something to eat. You
gave me nothing. I still remem ber that. Now you must give me more
money.”
Injun Joe took the doctor’s arm and the doctor hit him. Injun Joe
fell to the ground.
“Don’t hit my friend!” cried M uff Potter. M uff and Dr Robinson
started fighting.
Everything happened very quickly. Dr Robinson hit M uff Potter on
the head. M uff fell to the ground. Injun Joe took M uff’s knife. He
saw Muff on the ground and he killed Dr Robinson with the knife.
The doctor fell on top of M uff and covered him with blood. 2
Injun Joe looked at the two m en on the ground. First he robbed the
dead doctor. Then he put the bloody knife into M uff’s right hand.
A few minutes passed and M uff moved a little and opened his eyes.
He pushed the d octor’s body away. He looked at the knife in his
hand.
2. b lo o d :
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g J p p * * T h e Adventures of
^ Tom Sawv6r
“W hat —what happened, Joe?” he asked slowly.
Injun Joe said, “Something very bad, Muff. Why did you kill him?”
“I didn’t kill him!” said Muff. He was very confused. “I drank too
m uch whiskey last night. I don’t rem em ber anything! Tell me, Joe.
W hat happened?”
“You fought with the doctor. He hit you on the head and you fell to
the ground. Then you got up, took your knife and killed him ,” said
Injun Joe.
"I don’t understand, Joe. I never fight with a knife. I didn’t want to
kill Dr Robinson. He was young and he had a future. Oh, this is
terrible! It was the whiskey,” cried Muff. “Joe, don’t tell anyone, please.”
"I w on’t tell anyone, Muff. But now you must leave this graveyard
quickly. Go!” said Injun Joe.
“Thank you, Joe,” said Muff. “You’re a friend.”
M u ff P o tte r ran away an d In ju n Joe w a tc h e d him . T h e n he
c arefu lly p u t M u f f ’s knife n e a r the d o c to r’s body and left the
graveyard.
Tom and H uck were terrified. It was a terrible scene. They silently
moved away from the trees. Then they ran out of the graveyard and
back to the village. They arrived at an old house and decided to hide
there.
“W hat are we going to do?” asked Tom. “We saw everything. Injun
Joe killed the doctor.”
"What can we do? We can't tell anyone,” said Huck. “Injun Joe is
dangerous. I’m afraid of him. Do you want a knife in your heart?”
“I’m afraid of Injun Joe, too,” said Tom. “You’re right, we can’t tell
anyone about Injun Joe.”
"Promise not to tell anyone!” said Huck.
“I promise,” said Tom.
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
KET
Read the paragraph and choose the best word A, B or C fo r each
space. There is an exam p le at the beginning (0).
Tom and H uck w e n t to th e g ra v e y a rd 0
P.
th e dead cat. T h e y saw
three m en. T h e m en w a n te d to 1
a g ra ve . M uff P o tte r and Injun
Joe w a n te d 2 .................. m o n e y 3
Dr R o b in so n . T h e y sta rte d
4 ................. , D r R o b in s o n hit M uff P o tte r 5 ...................th e head and M uff fe ll
to the g ro u n d . Injun J o e to o k M u ff’s k n ife 6 .................. kille d Dr R obinson .
Tom and H u ck s a w 7 ...................and th e y ran 8
to St P e te rsb u rg .
They w e re v e ry a fra id .
0
A of
(B) w ith
C and
1
A bring
B ta k e
C rob
2
A m ore
B m uch
3
A at
B to
4
A fig h tin g
B fig h t
5
A by
B on
6
A and
B but
7
A n o th in g
B a n y th in g
8
A a fte r
B back
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
lots
from
fo u g h t
in
b e ca u se
e v e ry th in g
b e hind
CHARACTERS
Who says...? Match the sen ten ce to th e character. You can use the
same character m ore than once.
M u ff P o tte r
H uck Finn
D r R o b in so n
T om S a w ye r
Injun Joe
a.
C an g h o s ts see us?
b.
He cu ts b o d ie s and s tu d ie s the m .
c.
I’m not g iv in g you m ore m oney!
d.
Five y e a rs a g o I ca m e to y o u r fa th e r’s house.
e.
D o n ’t hit m y frie n d !
f.
W hy did you kill him ?
g.
I d ra n k to o m uch w h is k e y la s t night.
h.
Do you w a n t a kn ife in y o u r heart?
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A
W R I T IN G
Use the w ords in the box to co m p lete T o m ’s diary.
d a n g e ro u s
g h o s ts
th re e
b o dy
happened
g ra v e y a rd
to o
n ig h t
fig h tin g
nam e
T u e s d a y , J u n e 13
L a s t 1..................... H u ck Finn a n d I w e n t t o t h e 2
We w a n t e d t o look f o r 3
b u t s o m e th in g te r r ib le
. We s a w 5
g ra v e ro b b e rs . They
w a n t e d H o s s W illia m s ’s d e a d &
. The t h r e e men
s ta rte d 7
a n d one o f t h e m killed D r R o b in so n . I
c a n n o t w r i t e his & ................... in t h i s d i a r y b e c a u s e I am
a f r a i d o f him. He is a v e ry 9 ................. m an. H u c k is a f r a i d
o f him 10
4
A
L O O K I N G A T T H E P IC T U R E S
Look at the picture on pages 30-31 and use the ad jectives in the box to
d escrib e how the people in the pictu re are feeling.
a n g ry
d is in te re s te d
s c a re d
e x c ite d
c o n fu s e d
w o rrie d
te rrifie d
calm
bored
hap p y
a. T om and H uck a re fe e lin g .................................................................................
b. T h e d o c to r is ......................................................................................... ................
A .
c.
Injun J o e .................................................................................................................
d.
M uff P o tte r .............................................................................................................
T: GRADE 3
S P E A K IN G
Topic - Jobs
In the story Dr R obinson is a doctor.
Bring to the class a picture of som eone doing a d ifferen t job. Talk
about it. Use the follo w in g q uestions to help you.
a.
W h a t is the nam e of th e jo b ?
b.
Is th is jo b in te re s tin g o r b o rin g ?
c.
W h e re can you do th is jo b ?
d. W h a t jo b do you w a n t to do? W hy?
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CHAPTER
FOUR
Jackson's Island
he next day everyone k new a b o u t p o o r D r ISE'
R ob inson . T h e sh e riff fo u n d M u ff P o tte r’s
knife n e a r th e body of th e doctor. H e put
M uff in St P etersburg’s small jail.
Tom and H uck looked at each other. “We saw Injun Joe kill the
doctor,’’ said Tom. “M uff d id n ’t kill him. Poor M uff!”
"I know,” said H uck. "But we m u stn ’t say anything. Rem em ber,
Injun Joe is d a n g e ro u s — very d a n g e ro u s. I ’m sorry for M u ff
Potter, too." The two boys were afraid.
“We m ust keep this a secret,” said Tom sadly.
Tom could not forget. At night he had bad dream s about Injun
Joe and M uff Potter. He kept the terrible secret b ut he was very
unhappy. A unt Polly was worried about him. She gave him a lot of
different m edicines. But Tom did not feel better. He was unhappy
at school too. Becky T h atch er d id n ’t talk to him anym ore.
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j ^ l f S p ^ T h e Adventures of
^ T om SawvCr
“No one loves me,” thought Tom. “W hat a horrible life!”
It was now sum m er and there was no more school. Tom and his
friend Joe H arper went to sit by the Mississippi River. They fished,
talked and looked at the boats. O ne day Tom said, “Let's go do
something exciting!”
“OK!” said Joe. “But where can we go and what can we do?”
“Let’s run away! We can go and live on Jackson’s Island. We can be
pirates. A pirate’s life is exciting,” said Tom.
Jackson’s Island was a small island in the Mississippi River. It was
about three miles south of St Petersburg. No one lived on the island.
“Huckleberry Finn can come with us too,” said Tom. “Remember,
Joe, don’t tell your mother, father or anyone about our adventure. Go
home and bring some food. W e’ll meet here at midnight.” Tom and
Joe were excited.
At midnight the three boys met on the river. Tom brought some
meat to eat. Joe brought some bread and H uck brought a frying pan. 1
They found a small raft and they went down the river to Jackson’s
Island. W hen they arrived on the island they made a fire and cooked
some meat.
“This is fun!” said Joe.
“We re free and we can do everything we want!” said Tom.
“W hat do pirates do?” asked Huck.
“They go on ships and take the money. Then they go to an island
and hide it in a secret place,” said Tom. The three boys were happy •
and slept under the stars.
The next m orning they w ent swimming in the river. T hen they
w ent fishing. They cooked the fish on the fire and ate it. It was
delicious.
1. frying pan
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Th e Adventures of
Tom Sawv6r
After breakfast they walked around the island and went swimming
again. In the afternoon they sat around the fire and ate some meat.
Suddenly Tom said, “Can you hear a strange noise? Listen!”
"W hat is it?” asked Joe.
“Let’s go and see,” said ffuck.
They ran to the river. They saw a steamboat and a lot of small boats
near it.
“Every boat from St P etersburg is out on the river,” said Joe.
“W hat's happening?”
“T hey’re looking for a dead body,” said Huck. “The same thing
h ap p en e d last su m m e r w hen Bill T u rn er fell into the river and
drowned." 1
“W ho are they looking for this time?” asked Joe.
Tom thought for a m om ent and said, “I know! It’s US! They think
we drowned!”
The three hoys felt like heroes and laughed.
“The people of St Petersburg are looking for us. They’re talking
about us. We re famous!” said Tom happily.
This was an exciting adventure for Tom, H uck and Joe! They felt
like real pirates on Jackson’s island. The boats and the steam boat
went away. The boys went fishing again and had fish for dinner. Then
they slept under the stars. But Tom could not sleep.
The next morning he w asn’t there.
"W here’s Tom?” asked Joe.
“I don’t know,” said Huck.
After a few m inutes H uck said, “Look! Tom ’s swimming in the
river. H e’s coming to the island.”
Tom told them his story.
1. d r o w n e d : died in w ater.
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Jackson's Island
"Last night I couldn’t sleep. I thought about Aunt Polly. So I went
home but no one saw me. I saw Aunt Polly and your mother, Joe. Poor
Aunt Polly cried a lot. And your m other was very sad too. Everyone
thinks we re dead. I heard some interesting things.”
“W hat did you hear?” asked Huck.
“Well, there will be a funeral for us on Sunday at the church,” said
Tom. Huck and Joe looked at him with big eyes. “And now I have a
great idea. Listen —”
Tom told Huck and Joe his great idea. They liked it and laughed.
Sunday was the day of the funeral. There were no happy faces in
St Petersburg. Everyone in the village was in the small church. Aunt
Polly, Sid, Mary and Joe H arper’s family were all dressed in black. The
reverend said m any kind words about the three hoys. The boys’
families cried and cried. Becky Thatcher cried. Everyone cried a lot.
Suddenly there was a noise at the ch u rch door. The reverend
looked up and stopped speaking. Everyone in the chu rch turned
around and looked. Their mouths opened. The three dead boys slowly
walked into the church. Tom was first, then Joe and then Huck.
There was great silence for a moment. Then Aunt Polly, Mary and
Joe’s m other ran to the boys. They kissed Tom and Joe. Aunt Polly
cried and then she laughed. Poor Huck did not know what to do. No
one kissed him. He started moving away but Tom stopped him.
"Aunt Polly, it’s not right. Somebody must be happy to see H uck,”
said Tom.
“Oh, you’re right Tom!” cried Aunt Polly and she kissed Huck.
Tom was very proud of his great idea.
Then the reverend said, “Let us sing and be happy!” Everybody
sang and laughed. It was a very happy day.
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
Are the fo llo w in g sen ten ces true (T) or false (F)? C orrect the false
ones.
T
a.
M uff P o tte r’s kn ife w a s n e a r th e d o c to r’s body.
b. T om fe lt b e tte r b e c a u s e he to o k A u n t P o lly ’s m e d icin e s.
c.
A
Tom , H u ck and Joe H a rp e r w a n te d to go to J a c k s o n ’s
Island.
F
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d. T h e y sw a m dow n th e M is s is s ip p i R ive r to J a c k s o n ’s
Island.
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e.
On th e isla n d th e y w e n t fis h in g and sw im m in g .
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f.
T h e p e o p le of St P e te rs b u rg lo o ke d fo r th e th re e boys,
but did not fin d them .
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g- No o n e w a s in c h u rc h on th e d a y of th e fu n e ra l.
□
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h. A u n t P olly did not w a n t to kiss H uck.
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L A N G U A G E P R A C T IC E
Use the verb s in the box to com plete the sentences. Put them into the
Past S im ple. Be careful, som e of these verbs have irregular Past
S im ple form s.
can
cry
kiss
a.
d ro w n
m eet
see
fa ll
sing
keep
sleep
T o m ........................th e te rrib le se cret.
b.
He
c.
T he b o y s
not fo rg e t th e n ig h t at th e g ra ve ya rd .
d.
Bill T u r n e r ...................... into th e riv e r and ......................
e.
H uck
f.
E v e ryo n e in c h u rc h
g. W hen A u n t P o lly
h.
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at m id n ig h t.
u n d e r a big tre e.
a lot.
T om , she
E v e ry b o d y w as h a p p y and ........................
him.
VOCABULARY
Tom, Huck and Joe H arper brought som e m eat, bread and a frying pan
to Jacks o n ’s Island.
You and your frien d s w ant to go to J a c k s o n ’s island. W hat do you
want to take with you?
With a partner, com plete the table and then tell the class.
FO O D
C L O T H IN G
GAMES
OTHER
BEFO RE YOU READ
m
Listen to C hapter Five. Are th ese sentences true (T) or false (F)?
T
F
c. T h e y w e n t to th e ja il and b ro u g h t M u ff a book to read.
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a.
E v e ryo n e in th e v illa g e ta lk e d a b o u t M uff P o tte r’s tria l.
b. Tom and H uck liked M u ff P otter.
d. At the tria l no one a ske d T om any q u e stio n s.
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e.
M uff P o tte r ju m p e d o u t of th e w in d o w .
f.
T om b e ca m e th e hero o f St P e te rs b u rg .
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g- T he s h e riff fo u n d Injun Joe.
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B E F O R E YOU READ
A
Look at the m ap below and choose the correct answ er.
1.
2.
A 2 3 ,0 0 0 m ile s long.
T h e M is s is s ip p i R ive r is the
lo n g e s t riv e r in
B 2 ,3 0 0 m ile s long.
A
th e USA.
C 2 30 m ile s long.
B
th e w orld.
C
N orth and S outh A m e ric a
T h e M is s is s ip p i R iv e r is
s u p e rio r
W ISCO NSIN
Minneapoii!
IOWA
Chicago
Kansas Cl
Jefferson0 ^ - '
City
St-Louis
MISSOURI
KENTUCKY
OKLAH'
Oklahom a
City
NEW MEXICO
Dallas
Baton R o u g e V '
ustort
LOUISIAI
Orleans
Life on the Mississippi River
ISCi Many of Mark Twain’s novels and short stories take place on the
Mississippi River. When Mark Twain was a hoy he lived on the river and
had many adventures there.
This great river is born in Lake Itasca, in Minnesota, and goes down to
the Gulf of Mexico. It is around 2,300 miles 1 long. The Mississippi has
many branches 2 in 25 states of the United States: the Tennessee River,
the Ohio River, the Wabash River, the Illinois River, the Missouri River,
the Yellowstone River, the Platte River, the Arkansas River and the Red
River. The name Mississippi comes from Indian words “Misi" and “Sipi"
—big water.
Many American Indian tribes lived on the Mississippi River: the Fox,
Winnebago, Ojibwa, Sac, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Natchez and Yazoo. They
An A m erican Indian village on th e M ississippi River.
1. m ile s : o n e m ile = 1 . 6 k ilom etres.
2. b r a n c h e s : (h ere) o th er d iv isio n s o f th e river.
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Sacajawea guiding the Lewis and Clark Expedition (c. 1904) by Alfred Russel.
traveled on the big river in their canoes 1 for centuries until the middle of
the nineteenth century. Hernando de Soto, a Spanish explorer of the
1500s, was the first white man to see and explore 2 the Mississippi. The
French were the first white people to live on the river. They founded 3
the city of New Orleans in the early 18th century. Today New Orleans is
an important city on the Gulf of Mexico.
American explorers traveled on the Mississippi River and its branches to
explore new lands. In 1803 the American President, Thomas Jefferson,
bought Louisiana from France for $15 million. He asked Meriwether
Lewis and William Clark to explore this immense territory. The Lewis
and Clark Expedition began in May 1804 and ended in September 1806.
1. c a n o e s :
2. e x p lo r e : travel to a n ew p la ce to d isco v er n ew th in g s.
3. fo u n d e d : (h ere) crea ted , h uilt.
They traveled about 8,000 miles from Missouri to the Pacific Ocean. It
was very successful. Lewis and Clark brought back many maps and a lot
of information about the north-western part of America.
After the Lewis and Clark Expedition many people went to live on the
land near the river. Towns and cities were born on the Mississippi River
and its branches. Towns and cities such as New Orleans, Baton Rouge,
Memphis, St Louis, Minneapolis and St Paul, were busy places and
some became important commercial and financial centers.
In the early 1800s the steamboat became very popular. Every day
hundreds of steamboats traveled on the great river, carrying people and
cargo.1
Today millions of Americans live on the river. Steamboats still travel on
the Mississippi, and there are also special steamboats for tourists.
A steam boat on th e M ississippi River.
1. c a r g o : p ro d u cts.
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Use the info rm atio n in the text to co m plete the follow ing fact files.
The M ississippi River
S ta rt o f rive r
End o f rive r
A p p ro x im a te le n g th
O rig in o f nam e
T he Lew is and C lark Expedition
----S ta rt da te
End D ate
T o ta l m ile s tra v e le d
A m e ric a n P re s id e n t at th e tim e
W h y w a s it s u c c e s s fu l?
W hich of the fo llo w in g w ords is the odd one out? Give a reason for
your answ er.
1.
Fox, S ac, M in n e s o ta , C h o c ta w , Y a zo o , N a tch e z
2.
H e rn a n d o de S oto , T h o m a s J e ffe rs o n , W illia m C la rk, M e riw e th e r
Le w is, St L ouis
3.
N ew O rle a n s , N ew Y o rk, B aton R ouge, St P aul, M in n e a p o lis
PR O JE C T ON THE W EB
A c lo s e r lo o k at th e M is s is s ip p i R iver
L o o k ba ck at th e m ap on pag e 44 and ch o o se o ne of the c itie s o r tow ns
on th e M is s is s ip p i R iver. U se th e In te rn e t to fin d o u t m ore in fo rm a tio n
a b o u t th is city.
► S ay w h a t s ta te it is in
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CHAPTER
FIVE
The Trial
ome weeks later it was time for Muff Potter’s
trial. Everyone in the village talked about it.
Tom and Huck were worried.
“H uck, did you tell anyone a b o u t — th a t? ”
asked Tom.
“About w hat?” answered Huck.
“You know w h a t,” said Tom.
“Oh, of course n o t,” said Huck.
“Poor old Muff. I’m very sorry for him. People say h e ’s a killer.
But it’s not true. And they’ll hang 1 him !” said Tom.
“I'm sorry for Muff too. But we can’t tell anyone about Injun Joe,”
said Huck. “Poor Muff is a kind man. Once he gave me half a fish.”
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“And once he helped me with my kite,” said Tom. “I want to
help him."
“L et’s go to the jail and take him som ething to eat,” said Huck.
They w ent to the small jail and they saw Muff. He was happy
to see them.
“No one rem em bers old M uff any more. But you’re my friends
and you rem em ber me. T h an k you, boys!” said M uff smiling.
N ow Tom felt terrible. He was w orried a b o u t the trial. He
could not sleep at night.
Everyone in the village w ent to M uff Potter’s trial. M uff looked
old, tired and unhappy. Injun Joe was at the trial too.
D uring the trial there were m any questions and answers. All
the answers were against old Muff. T h en the lawyer 1 said, “Call
Thom as Sawyer!”
Everyone was surprised and looked at Tom. W hy did the lawyer
call Tom Sawyer?
“T hom as Sawyer, where were you on June 17 at m idnight?”
Tom looked quickly at Injun Joe. He waited a few m om ents and
then said, “I was in the graveyard."
“Were you near Hoss Williams’s grave?” asked the lawyer.
“Yes, sir,” said Tom.
“W hy were you there?” asked the lawyer.
"I went there to see ghosts, with a —a dead cat.”
Everyone laughed.
“W h at did you see in the graveyard? Tell us what happened,”
said the lawyer.
Tom told his story and the people of St Petersburg listened to
him. They were very surprised.
1. law yer : this person advises people on legal problem s and speaks to the judge.
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“...and then M uff Potter fell to the ground and Injun Joe took
M u f f ’s knife and — ”
Tom suddenly heard a very loud noise. Injun Joe jum ped out of
the window and disappeared!
Tom becam e the hero of St Petersburg. He saved M uff Potter’s
life. Tom’s days were happy b ut his nights were not. At night he
had terrible dreams about Injun Joe. T he days passed and no one
could find Injun Joe.
U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
A
Com plete the sentences. Choose the correct ending (a-f).
Tom and Huck w ere very
sorry
a.
They could not tell anyone
c.
fo r p o o r old M uff.
3. □
M uff w as happy
d.
4, □
Tom could not sleep at
night
b e ca u se he saved M uff
P o tte r’s life.
e.
b e ca u se he w as w o rrie d
a b o u t th e tria l.
f.
b e ca u se he sa w his frie n d s,
Tom and Huck.
1.
2.
5.
□
□
□
6. □
a b o u t Injun Joe.
b. a ske d T om so m e q u e stio n s.
At the trial the law yer
Tom becam e the hero of
the village
A
L A N G U A G E P R A C T IC E
Com plete the sentences w ith everyone, everything or everywhere.
r
e ve ry o n e = all th e p e op le
e v e ry th in g = all th e th in g s / o b je c ts
e v e ry w h e re = in all th e p la ce s
e v e ry o n e
a.
e v e ry th in g
e v e ry w h e re
T h e s h e riff lo o ke d ................................ fo r Injun Joe.
b .................................... in th e g ra v e y a rd s c a re d T o m and H uck.
c .................................... like d B ecky T h a tc h e r.
d.
D uring th e tria l th e re w e re p e o p le .................................
e ....................................w as a fra id of Injun Joe.
f.
“Y o u ’ re w o rrie d , T o m ,” sa id A u n t P o lly. “ I s .................................a lrig h t? ”
g ....................................in St P e te rs b u rg w e n t to th e tria l.
h. “ I w a n t to d o .................................to help M uff P o tte r,” sa id Tom .
i.
T om and his frie n d s pla ye d ...........
on th e M is s is s ip p i R iver.
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beginning (0).
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H'cu.m .
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T uesday a t 7 p .m .
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S f Petersburg
Post Office
Closed on
Sundays
1
Y ou c a n n o t buy s ta m p s h ere on S u nday. D
2
Y o u r p a re n ts can ta lk to y o u r te a c h e r on T u e s d a y e v e n in g .^ ,
3
You can go h ere w he n you fe e l ill. H
0
Y ou m u s tn ’t s p e a k here.
B
4
It is d a n g e ro u s to go in th e w a te r in w in te r./4
5
D o n ’t ta k e y o u r pe ts here. 1
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CHAPTER
SIX
The Haunted House 1
very y ou n g boy w a n ts to find a tre a s u r e . BEt
And Tom did too.
O ne hot su m m e r day he told H u c k abo u t
his idea.
“W here can we look for a treasu re?” asked H u c k happily.
“Robbers p ut treasure u n d e r old trees or in old houses. We
can start digging u n d e r the old tree on Cardiff Hill. C om e on!
Let’s go!”
T he boys w ent to C ardiff Hill and started digging. It was a
hot day and they dug for a few hours.
“T h e r e ’s nothing u n d e r this tre e ,” said Huck.
1. haunted house : a h o u s e w ith g h o sts.
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"I’m hot and tired ,” said Tom. “L e t’s go to the h au n te d house.
N obody lives th e re .”
"But h a u n te d houses have ghosts,” said Huck.
“G hosts only come out at night. It’s daytime now,” said Tom.
“Well, alright,” said Huck.
T hey w en t to the h a u n te d house. It was an old, lonely place.
T h ere was silen c e all a ro u n d . T h ey w ere b o th afraid of this
stra n g e p lace. T h ey e n te re d q u ie tly and looked a ro u n d .'
Everything was old and broken. No one lived there. They looked
in all th e ro o m s d o w n s ta irs a n d u p s ta irs . B u t th e r e was no
treasure and there were no ghosts.
Tom and H uck were upstairs. “Sh!” said Tom.
"W hat is it? Do you hear ghosts?” w hispered Huck.
“No! D o n ’t move!” said Tom. “L e t’s sit down on the floor.”
T h ere were holes 1 in the floor and they could see the rooms
downstairs.
“Oh, no!” w hispered Tom. “T here are two m en dow nstairs.”
O ne was an old Spanish m an with long, white hair and a big
hat. T he o th er m an was small and wore dirty clothes.
“L et’s listen to t h e m ,” w hispered Tom.
The two m en sat on the floor. “It’s hot in here and I’m tired,”
said the old Spanish man.
W h e n the boys h ea rd his voice they w ere terrified, “T h a t’s
Injun Joe!” w hispered Huck. T he boys’ faces b ecam e white.
“W h a t are we going to do with the $650 in silver coins? That
was a good robbery!” said the small, dirty man.
“L e t’s take about $30 with us now and hide the bag here. We
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th e Haunted House
can come back to get it soon,” said Injun Joe.
The small, dirty m an moved a big stone 1 in the fireplace 2 and
pulled out a bag. H e took some m oney from the bag. Injun Joe
started digging near the fireplace with his knife.
Tom a n d H u c k w a tc h e d w ith ex citem en t. T h e r e was a real
treasure downstairs! Six hun d red dollars was a wonderful treasure
for two young boys!
Suddenly Injun Joe stopped digging. “T h ere ’s som ething here! I
think it’s a box,” he said. He found an old box and o p en ed it.
“It’s m oney!” cried Injun Joe. “Look! T h ere are lots of gold
coins!” T h e two m en looked at the coins and smiled. T h e box
was full of gold coins!
Tom and H uck smiled too.
“This is the treasure of the old M urrel family — now it’s ours!”
said Injun Joe.
“W here can we hide this gold?” asked the small man. “C a n we
put it back u n d e r the ston e?”
“Yes,” said Injun Joe. “No, no! T he stone isn ’t a good place.
Someone may find it. L e t’s p u t it u n d e r the cross 3 to n ig h t.”
W h e n it was dark outside the two m e n took the silver and
gold away. Tom a n d H u c k did n o t follow th e m b e c a u s e they
were afraid of Injun Joe. But they w anted to find “the cross” and
the treasure. W h e re was “the cross”?
1. stone :
2. fireplace :
3. cross :
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
A
C ircle the correct answ er.
a. T om and H u ck lo o ke d fo r a tre a s u re u n d e r an old tree t house.
b. T h e b o ys w e re h o t and th irs ty / tire d / hungry.
c. T h e h a u n te d h ou se w a s an old, lo v e ly / lo n e ly place.
d. T h e re w e re tw o m en u p s ta irs / o u ts id e t d o w n sta irs.
e.
T om and H uck h e a rd Injun J o e ’s n o is e / voice.
f.
Injun Jo e and his frie n d had a b o x / b a g w ith $6 5 0 in s ilv e r coins.
g.
Injun Jo e fo u n d a b o x / b a g w ith s ilv e r / g o ld c o ins.
h. T h e tw o m en d e c id e d to h id e th e tre a s u re u n d e r th e c ro s s / stone.
A .
L A N G U A G E P R A C T IC E
C om plete the sen ten ces w ith the co rrect preposition from the box.
about
a.
in
fro m
He hid th e bag o f c o i n s
on
under
of
th e big stone.
b. T h e b o ys sa t ............ th e flo o r.
.A ,
c.
T om to ld H uck ........... his idea.
d.
No one liv e d .............. th e h a u n te d house.
e.
Injun J o e to o k so m e c o in s
f.
It w a s th e tre a s u re
th e bag.
th e M urre l fa m ily.
W ORD SCRAM BLE
Can you unscram ble the w ords and find the m ysterious m essage?
okol
a
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kdra
teh
ecalp
abckl
erna
soscr
hte
ni
t
rvrei
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THE H A U N TED HO USE
Look at the picture on pages 62-3.
W elcom e to the haunted house! There are som e strange objects in
here. W rite the w ords from the box next to the co rrect letter (a-t). Use
your d ictio n ary to help you.
bag of coins
bat bones
dead cat eyeballs
ghost
rat
skeleton
skull
treasure box
vam pire
broken mirror
ladder
monster
mummy
spider
toothbrushes
witch
worm
bath
a .............................. 7..................
k.......... .........................................
b ..................................................
I........... ..'......................................
J.
.
c
m .................... JsW....................................
d .....................
n ...................................................
e ..................................................
o ..................................... .............
f ....................................................
P...................................................
9 .......................
q ...................................................
h ...................................................
r.
i................................................... ^
s ...................................................
j ...........................................................
t ...........................................................
..,...........................................
W H O A M I?
Listen and com plete the spaces with the w ords you hear. W ho are
they? W rite the co rrect letter in the box.
1. [ ]
I h a v e .................................................. and Il i k e ........................... flie s.
2. O
I have tw o long
and I p re fe r t h e .......................... to the
day. I’m s ittin g in a b i g ....................... n e a r th e fire, re a d in g a book.
3. O
G o up t h e ......................... and y o u ’ ll see m e i n .......................... of you.
4. O
G o up th e s ta irs a n d ................................................. into th e bedroom .
I’m ....................... in th e bed.
5. O
S o m e p e o p le th in k th a t I brin g
6- □
I’m in t h e ........................ , at th e b o tto m o f th e sta irs. I h ave a long
....................... a n d ........................... legs.
7. Q
G o up th e s ta irs and .................................................... I sle e p in th e day
a nd ......................... at nig ht.
y e a rs ’ bad
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CHAPTER
SEVEN
M cPougals Cave
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Ik
t was Becky T h a t c h e r ’s b irth d ay on S aturday
a n d all of B e c k y ’s f r i e n d s w e re h a p p y and
excited.
“I’m having a big picnic n ea r the river,” said
Becky to Tom. “After the picnic we can visit M c D o u g a l’s
C ave.”
“It’ll be great fu n !” said Tom. H e liked Becky a lot.
O n S aturday m o rn ing a big boat took Becky, Tom and their
friends down the river. T h ere were no m others and fathers, but
a few boys and girls were eighteen years old.
T h ere w ere a lot of good th in g s to e a t a n d every o ne ate,
played and had fun.
After the picnic the children w ent to visit M c D o u g a l’s Cave.
E verybody h a d c a n d le s b e c a u s e it was d ark insid e th e cave.
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S om e c h i l d r e n w e re a fra id b u t th e y all w e n t in. C aves are
exciting and mysterious.
M c D o u g a l ’s C a v e was very, very big. It h a d h u n d r e d s of
tunnels, rooms and secret passages. No one knew all of them .
T he children played and ran in the tun n els and in the rooms.
But they always played near the e n tran ce. T hey did not w ant to
get lost. Tom a n d Becky w a n te d to find a n ew tu n n e l. T hey
walked and walked and soon they w ere alone. W h e re were the
other children? They were lost!
In the evening the o th er children re tu rn e d to the boat. They
laughed a n d talked, b u t they were very tired. T hey did n ot see
that Tom a n d Becky w ere not there. T h e boat took them back
to St Petersburg.
H u c k saw th e b o a t b u t he did n o t k now a b o u t the picnic.
T h e m o th e r s of St P e te r s b u r g did n o t like him . T h e y n ev e r
invited him to birthday picnics.
But ton igh t H u c k was n ot in te re sted in b irthday picnics. He
was in te re sted in Injun J o e ’s treasure. H e hid b eh ind a tree and
w atched an old house.
“In jun J o e ’s in th a t old hou se," he th o u g h t. “I’ll stay here
and wait. W h e n he com es out I’ll follow him and I’ll find the
tre a s u re .” It was late and very dark.
Soon two m e n c a m e out. It was In ju n Joe a n d his friend.
H u c k followed th e m quietly.
"They’re going to W idow 1 D o u g la s’s h o u s e ,” th o u g h t Huck.
"But why?”
S uddenly the two m en stopped. Injun Joe said, “M any years
1. W i d o w : h e r h u s b a n d is d e a d .
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ago W idow D o u g la s’s h u s b a n d was very cruel 1 to me. Now I
w ant to h u rt the widow. I w ant to cut her face, h er nose and
h er ears. And you m u st help m e .”
“O h, please d o n ’t kill her,” said his friend. Injun Joe laughed.
H u c k heard this and w an ted to ru n away. But he rem em b ered
t h a t W id o w D o u g la s w as k in d to h im . "I m u s t h e lp her,
th o u g h t Huck. “T h ese m en w ant to kill the poor old w om an !”
H u c k ran quickly to Bill W e ls h ’s h ou se. “M r W elsh, help,
help!”
M r Welsh o p en ed the door.
“M r W elsh, p lease help me! Two m en w an t to kill W idow
Douglas!”
M r W elsh a n d his sons took th e ir rifles. 2 They ran to the
w idow ’s house. S uddenly there was a loud shot. 3 Injun Joe and
his friend escaped, but the widow was not hurt.
T he next m o rn ing H u c k re tu rn e d to see M r Welsh.
“You’re a cou rageous boy, H u c k ,’ said M r Welsh. “You saved
the w idow ’s life. The two m en escaped b u t w e ’ll find them . Sit
down and have breakfast with us!”
H u c k was happy b ecau se he saved the w idow ’s life. And now
he had new friends, M r Welsh and his family.
T h a t m o rn in g all th e p eo p le of St P e te rs b u r g k new about
Tom and Becky and they w ere very worried. W h e re were they?
Tom and Becky were lost in M c D o u g a l’s Cave. They did not
k n o w w h a t to do. T h e y w ere b o th afraid. Tom to o k Becky s
1. cruel : h o rrib le .
3. shot : s o u n d m a d e by a rifle.
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h a n d . T h e y w a l k e d a n d w a l k e d . T om w a n t e d to f i n d t h e
e n tra n ce of the cave, b ut he c o u ld n ’t.
Tom and Becky entered a big room with a lot of black bats. 1
It was terrible. T he bats flew over their heads and w hen Tom
and Becky ran away the bats followed them . Finally the bats
w e n t away. Becky looked at Tom a n d said, “Tom, w h e re are
w e?”
"I don t know, Becky.”
They c o n tin u e d walking in the dark tunnels. They were both
tired and hungry. Becky started crying. “No one will ever find
us, Tom. T h e r e are too m a n y t u n n e l s a n d room s. O h, w e ’re
going to die h ere!”
“We ll get out of this cave, Becky, y o u ’ll se e ,” said Tom. T hey
ate th e ir last piece of cake. Soon th e ir last cand le w en t out.
Everything was dark. W h a t time was it? W h a t day was it? They
d id n ’t know. They were tired and slept.
W h e n they woke up they w ere very hungry. Suddenly, Tom
h eard a noise.
"Listen, Becky! Did you h ear a noise? S om eo ne is looking for
I
us! »
Becky looked at Tom and smiled.
"I’m going to see. You stay here, Becky!” said Tom.
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U N D E R S T A N D IN G THE TEXT
K E T
A
Are these sentences “ R ig h t” (A) or “W ro n g ” (B)? If th ere is not enough
inform ation to answ er “ R ig h t” (A ) or “W ro n g ” (B), choose “D oesn’t
s a y” (C). There is an exam ple at the beginning (0).
0
1
C D o e s n ’t say
B e cky a lso in v ite d J o e H arper.
A . R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
2
B e c k y ’s m o th e r and fa th e r w e re a t th e b irth d a y p icn ic.
A R igh t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
3
T h e re w e re tw e n ty s e c re t p a s s a g e s in M c D o u g a l’s C ave.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
4
M any c h ild re n w e re lost in th e cave.
A R ig ht
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
H u ck did not go to th e b irth d a y picnic.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
5
A
B e c k y in v ite d T om to h e r b irth d a y picnic.
@ R ig h t
B W ro ng
6
H uck s a v e d W id o w D o u g la s ’s life w ith th e help of M r W elsh.
A R ig h t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
7
H uck had b re a k fa s t w ith th e W e lsh fa m ily.
A R ig ht
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
8
T om and B e c k y w e re lo st but th e y had lots of fo o d to eat.
A R igh t
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
9
T o m he ard a n o ise in th e cave.
A R ight
B W ro n g
C D o e s n ’t say
CHARACTERS
W ho says...? Match the sentence w ith the character. Som e characters
can be used m ore than once.
M r W e lsh
Injun Joe
a.
B e cky T h a tc h e r
Tom
M r W e lsh , p le a s e h e lp m e!
H uck
Injun J o e ’s frie n d
....................................
b. O h, p le ase d o n ’t kill her.
....................................
c.
....................................
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Y o u ’re a c o u ra g e o u s boy, H uck!
d.
Oh, w e ’ re g o in g to die here!
e.
N ow I w a n t to h u rt th e w ido w .
f.
A fte r th e p ic n ic w e can v is it M c D o u g a l’s C ave.
g. T h e tw o m en e s c a p e d but w e ’ ll fin d them .
h.
S o m e o n e is lo o k in g fo r us!
B E F O R E YOU READ
jfck
Listen to the first part of C hapter Eight and choose the correct answ er
A, B or C.
T o m w as s ca re d b e c a u se
A it w a s dark.
B he sa w a bat.
C he saw Injun Joe.
Tom and B e cky re tu rn e d to
St P e te rsb u rg
A on T u e sd a y.
B a fte r a w eek.
C on T h u rsd a y.
B e c k y T h a tc h e r w as
A v e ry tire d .
B v e ry hun gry.
C v e ry th irs ty .
W h a t did T om use to help
him in th e cave?
A a ca n d le
B a p ie ce of strin g
C a knife
E ve ryo n e in S t P e te rs b u rg
w a s w o rrie d b e c a u se
A M rs T h a tc h e r w a s v e ry ill.
B T om and B e cky w e re lost.
C Injun J o e w a s d a n g e ro u s .
T om
A a
B a
C a
sta y e d in bed fo r
w eek.
m onth.
fe w days.
L O O K IN G A T T H E P IC T U R E S
Look at the picture on page 75. W hich of the follow in g objects and
people can you see?
p illo w
b o ok
bed
Tom
c h a ir
Injun Joe
shadow s
de a d c a t
p a in tb ru s h
w itc h
c a n d le
raft
H uck
b o ttle
•
W h e re do you th in k T om and H uck are?
•
W h a t do you th in k th e y a re g o in g to do?
fry in g pan
sto n e s
bon e s
bat
gold c o in s
p late
B e cky T h a tc h e r
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EIGHT
The Treasure
om went into the dark tunnel. He saw a light E H
and heard a noise. “Who is looking for us?” he
thought.
Suddenly he saw a hand with a candle. Then he
saw a man. It was Injun Joe! Tom was terribly scared. But it was dark
and Injun Joe did not see Tom. Injun Joe went away quickly.
Tom returned to Becky but he did not tell her about Injun Joe. She
was very weak. 1
It was Tuesday and in St Petersburg everyone was worried. Where
were Tom and Becky? Many people from the village went to the cave
and looked for them. But they could not find them. Mrs Thatcher
became very ill and Aunt Polly’s hair became white.
1. weak : the opposite of strong.
72
The Treasure
Then on Tuesday night there was a lot of noise in the streets of St
Petersburg.
“They’re here! Becky and Tom are here!” cried the people happily.
No one went to sleep that night. Everyone listened to Tom’s story
about his adventure in the cave. “We were lost for a long time. We
were hungry and scared. T h en I rem em b ered the string 1 in my
pocket. I used the long string to help me. 1 went down many tunnels.
And I always returned to Becky because I followed the string. Then 1
found another entrance to the cave. It was very small and it was near
the river.”
Tom and Becky were happy but very tired and hungry. Becky stayed
in bed for many days because she was weak. Tom stayed in bed for a
few days too.
BlWfr
Some time after the adventure in the cave, Tom w ent to visit
Becky. M r T h atcher asked Tom, “Do you w ant to go to the cave
again:3
“Oh, I'm not afraid of the cave,” said Tom.
“Well, nobody is going into the cave again. There are big doors in
front of the entrance now. And I have the keys,” said Mr Thatcher.
“What!” Tom’s face became white.
“Is something wrong, Tom?” asked M r Thatcher.
"Injun Joe’s in the cave!” cried Tom.
Many men from St Petersburg went to the cave and opened the big
doors. They found Injun Joe on the ground. He was dead.
After Injun Joe’s funeral Tom went to see Huck.
“Now that Injun Jo e ’s dead, w e’ll never find the money,” said
H uck sadly.
“Listen, H uck ,” said Tom. “I know where the money is!”
1. string :
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Th e Adventures of
Tom Sawv6r
“Really?” asked H u c k with big eyes.
“The money is in the cave! I saw Injun Joe in the cave. Why
was he in the cave? Because he took the money there,” said Tom.
“Say it again, Tom,” said Huck.
“The m oney’s in the cave and we can take it.”
“But w e ’ll get lost in the cave,” said Huck.
“No, we w o n ’t. I’ve got candles and a long string. L et’s go and
get a boat!” said Tom.
They took a small boat and w ent down the Mississippi River to
M cD ougal’s Cave.
“Look, Huck, h e re ’s the other e ntran ce,” said Tom.
“It’s very small,” said Huck.
Tom and H uck w ent into the cave. They were careful and used
the long string to help them.
Tom suddenly stopped and said, “I saw Injun Joe here.”
“His ghost is probably here too,” said Huck. “L et’s go now!”
“His ghost isn’t here. It’s probably at the other e n tra n ce .”
“Well, alright. But let’s hurry,” said Huck.
Tom looked a ro un d slowly and th e n cried, “Look, h e r e ’s the
cross!” There was a black cross on the wall of the cave.
“You're right! It’s the cross!" said Huck.
“L et’s dig u nder the cross.”
They dug and dug. Finally they found a small room. There was
a small bed, some old candles and a few bottles. And there was
the tre asu re box! T h ey o p e n e d it a n d saw the gold and silver
coins.
“We re rich, Tom, we re rich!" cried Huck. “This is wonderful!”
“I always knew it!” said Tom. “Now let’s take our treasure and
leave.”
They followed the long string and were soon out of the cave.
74
^ i p l ^ T h e Adventures of
* T om SawvCr
The two boys took their treasure to Aunt Polly’s house. A lot of
people in St Petersburg saw the boys and the treasure. They followed
them to Aunt Polly’s house.
Aunt Polly was surprised to see the boys and all the people. “Tom,
what’s in that old box?” she asked.
th e Treasure
Tom opened the treasure box. Everyone was amazed. They looked
at all the silver and gold coins. There was $12,000! Tom told his long
story about Injun Joe and the treasure. It was a great story and
the people listened with their eyes wide open.
Now Tom and H uck were rich and famous in St Petersburg!
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A
Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)? C orrect the false ones.
T
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M r T h a tc h e r had th e keys to th e d o o rs of th e cave.
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Injun J o e died in s id e M c D o u g a l’s C ave.
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T om and H uck dug u n d e r th e b la c k cross.
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T h e tre a s u re box w as in a sm a ll room .
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9- T om and H uck hid th e tre a s u re box in th e h a u n te d house.
h. T h e y w e re rich b e c a u s e th e y had $ 1 2,00 0.
A
F
W R IT IN G
Tom w rites a letter to his frien d Ben Rogers. W hat does he tell him?
C om plete the letter with the w ords in the box.
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d ow n
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M c D o u g a l’s Cave. I b r o u g h t 3 .................. c a n d le s a n d s tr in g .
We 4 ................... a s m a ll b o a t a n d w e n t 5 ................... t h e river.
We 6 ..... .'
s c a re d . I 7 ................... a r o u n d a n d s a w a b la ck
& ................. on t h e w a ll o f t h e cave. We d ug 9 ................... th e
b la c k c r o s s a n d fo u n d a tr e a s u r e 1 0 ..................... T here w ere
s ilv e r a n d g o ld 11
in t h e tr e a s u r e box. E ve ryo n e in
S t P e te rs b u rg w a s 12................... Now we’re ric h !
Y o u r fr ie n d ,
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Tom
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KET
C hoose the correct answ er A, B or C.
W ho did Tom and Huck see at the
graveyard?
A three grave robbers
B three ghosts
C Dr Robinson and Mrs
Hopkins
W ho was the Spanish man with
long white hair?
A Mr W elsh
B Injun Joe
C M uff Potter
W hy didn’t Tom and Becky return
to St Petersburg after the birthday
picnic? Because
A they w ent fishing.
B they w ent to Jackson’s
Island.
C they were lost in the cave.
W ho killed Dr Robinson?
A the sheriff
B Injun Joe
C M uff Potter
W here did Injun Joe put the knife?
A in M uff Potter’s hand
B in Dr R obinson’s pocket
C in Hoss W illiam s’s grave
W here did Tom and Huck take
the treasure?
A to Aunt Polly’s house
B to the sheriff
C to the haunted house
W ho drow ned in the Mississippi
River last sum m er?
A H oss W illiam s
B Ben Rogers
C Bill Turner
M atch the d escrip tio n s to the ch aracters.
1.
He did n ’t w ant to paint the long fence.
a.
H uck Finn
2.
She liked T o m ’s picture.
b.
B ecky T h a tc h e r
3.
She looked after Tom.
c.
M uff P otter
4.
He said kind w ords about the three boys.
d. T he reverend
5.
He w anted to hurt W idow Douglas.
e.
Tom
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He did n ’t go to school.
f.
Injun Joe
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H uck and Tom visited him in jail.
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