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He never wants to go there. Every time we ask him to come with us, he says no. When he thinks about Prague, he remembers her. You know, sometimes he cries when he looks at his photo of her — after all these years! Jan looked at his father carefully. I want to ask you a question, but I.
His father smiled. Are you afraid of an old man? You see, Carol wants to go very much. Where does Carol want to go at Christmas? We want you to come too. I understand now. Jan drank his cold coffee and waited. The old man took something out of his pocket. He spoke very quietly — not to Jan, but to the photograph in his hand. She looked at Josef, then at Jan. Carol put the coffee on the table and sat down. The hands on the clock slowly moved through two long minutes. Then the old man put the photograph back in his pocket.
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I remember it so well. Before Reading 1 The title of the story is Christmas in Prague. Find the answers to these questions. Make three sentences. Use some of the words from this list.
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How much do you know now about the story? Tick one box for each sentence. Carol and Jan are married. Josef is English. Josef lived in Prague a long time ago. Josef is afraid to go back to Prague. Are these sentences true T or false F?
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Change the false sentences into true ones. Jan was born in London. Josef often talks about his wife. Carol plays the guitar.
Carol wants to go to Prague for Christmas. Someone in the family is dead. Someone in the family is alive. Someone in the family is in prison. Someone in the family has got a lot of money. While Reading Read Chapter 1.
Underline the mistakes in this paragraph and then correct them. It is midday. This is Czechoslovakia and the year is In a house, a man and a woman are talking.
The woman holds a baby girl in her arms. She puts on a black coat and a black hat. They leave the house and walk slowly out of the village. The man says goodbye and the woman begins to run. The baby opens his eyes and is very quiet. At the trees, the woman turns left and soon she is at the river. She sees a black car but the men in the car do not see her.
She now lives in York, in the north of England, and works mostly with Japanese university students and business people from Germany, Italy, France and Spain. Joyce Hannam is married to a musician and has one young daughter. All three of them enjoy singing at all times and in all places.