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Alexander Dumas «The three musketeers»
Read the words cheat/sheet warn/warm cloak/croak sill/shill save/shave guard/card might/night safe/save death/debt through/true traitor/trader caught/cut loyal/royal tying/dying valet/ballet
Remember the translation of these words Cheat – обман, обманщик Shill – подставное лицо Cloak – плащ, гардероб Croak – квакать, каркать Sill – подоконник Traitor – предатель Tying – завязанный Valet - слуга
Match vocabulary words with their meanings Cowardly weak, gutless, spineless Reported tell, describe, recount cloak cape, coat save rescue traitor turncoat, conspirator spy secret agent, undercover agent declared stated, announced, said publicly advised counseled, gave advice cheat deceive, trick, betray, lie on the spot in a difficult situation
After reading the summery Answer the questions Which costume was used to climb out the window by tying sheets together? Which costume was worn to deliver a note to the Queen? Which costume had diamond buttons sewn on it? Which costume has a cape? Which costume has a cloak to go with it? Which costume has a sword? Which costume has feathers? Which costume has boots? Which costume has a handkerchief?
Answer the questions Which costume would you wear if you had a beard? Which costume would you wear to go with a diamond necklace? Which costume would you wear to say, “En garde!” in a duel? Which costume is for a soldier in the King’s army? Which costume is fancier than the other one?
Listening D’Artagnan saved the beautiful Madame Bonacieux from the Cardinal’s cowardly soldiers. Madame Bonacieux wrote a note for D’Artagnan to take to the Queen. Later, D’Artagnan was jealous to see her with the Duke of Buckingham. The Duke loved the Queen, so they went to the palace. The Duke secretly met Queen Anne, kissing her hand and declaring his love. The Queen loved him, but she could not cheat on the King. The Queen gave the Duke her diamond necklace to remember her. Richelieu’s planned to catch the Queen so the King wouldn’t trust her. Bonacieux agreed to spy on his wife for money. The Cardinal found out about the Queen and the diamond necklace. A spy in London reported that the Duke had the twelve diamonds as buttons on his jacket. The Cardinal wrote a letter telling the spy Lady de Winter to steal two of the buttons. Then the Cardinal told the King everything and advised him to make the Queen wear the diamond necklace. The Queen was scared, so D’Artagnan went to London to get the diamonds back. Bonacieux overheard the Queen’s plan, and went to tell the Cardinal.
Proof the statement Cardinal Richelieu is a devious (scheming, deceitful) man.
There are the points The Cardinal would do anything for money and power. He paid Lady de Winter to spy for him in England. He convinced Bonacieux to spy on his own wife for money. He spied on the King’s wife to catch her doing something wrong. He only told the King the part of the truth that he wanted him to know. He convinced the King that the Queen did not love him and she was a traitor. Rochefort, the man with the scar, was his number one man. Rochefort, the man with the scar, fought unfairly against D’Artagnan.
Dialog Activity Queen Anne: I must get the diamonds back, but they are in England. Constance Bonacieux: You must write a letter to the Duke, Madame. Queen Anne: This could mean death for me and war for England and France. Constance Bonacieux: A messenger can go to England. The Duke will send the diamonds back with the same messenger Queen Anne: But where can we find such a person? He must be very brave. Constance Bonacieux: Don’t worry your majesty. Queen Anne: His life will be in danger. We must be able to trust him with our own lives. Constance Bonacieux: I think I know such a man.
Question Answer a) Who was loyal and trustworthy a) How D’Artagnan first saw Madame Bonacieux a) Who was scared to death b) What was the Duke of Buckingham’s position b) What covered M. Bonacieux’s face b) What Lady de Winter should steal c) Who sent D’Artagnan to London c) How the King’s soldiers ran c) Who was D’Artagnan
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