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Comprehension Practice. A. Listen to the fable. State whether the sentences you hear after the text are true or false
A. Listen to the fable. State whether the sentences you hear after the text are true or false. Correct the false sentences. Do it in writing.
a) A farmer whose sons were always at logger.heads tried to persuade them to mend their ways (T)
b) His sons always obeyed their father. (F)
c) Once the farmer decided to give his sons a lesson. (T)
d) The sons brought a bundle of sticks (F)
e) They asked their father to break the bundle of sticks. (F)
f) The sons easily broke the sticks one by one. (T)
g) As long as you agree together every enemy can overcome you. (F)
h) Di\vided men are vulnerable; it is union that makes them strong (T)
B. Listen to the fable again. Write downyour questions revealing the plot of the fable.
C.Listen to the text, divide it into communicative blocks, entitle them.
D. Listen to the fable, find the logical centre of each communicative block and of the whole text. Write them down.
E. Listen to the jumbled sentences and put them in the right order to complete the fable.
a) Try as they would they could not.
b) As long as you agree to.gether Å no enemy can overcome you if you quarrel, you will fall an easy prey.”
d) He made them .bring a bundle of sticks and started by giving them the |bundle as it was and telling them to break the sticks
e) “It will be the same with you my children,” he said.
f) Divided, men are vulnerable; it is union that makes them strong
g) A farmer whose sons were always at logger.heads tried to persuade them to mend their ways but found that no words made any impressin on them.
h) Then he untied the bundle and handed them the sticks one at a time, so that they could break them easily.