Chapter (1) Questions and answers


Questions and Answers

1 – Where was Gulliver born?
A. He was born on a large farm in the Middle of England.

2 – Who called him “Lemuel Gulliver”?
A. His father.

3 – For whom did he work as a prentice?
A. For the surgeon Mr. Bates.

4 – What did Gulliver do in his free time?
A. He learned how to sail.

5 – How long did he work on the ship “The Swallow”?
A. For three and a half years.

6 – Who was Mary Burton? And where did they stay?
A. She was Gulliver’s wife. (In London)

7 – Why did he have to take another job?
A. Because there was no work in London.

8 – How long did he travel around the world?

A. For six years.

9 – What did he earn during this period?

A. He earned good money and learned to speak several languages.

10 – What happened in 1699?

A. His life changed as he got a new job on a ship called ” The Antelope”.

11 – What happened to “The Antelope “after two months?

A. It was hit by a violent storm.

12 – Why did they lose some of the crew?

A. Because the sea was so violent.

13 – How did Gulliver save himself?

A. He climbed onto a lifeboat with five sailors.

14 – What happened to the lifeboat when the wave hit it?

A. Gulliver and the sailors were thrown into the sea.

15 – What happened to the five sailors?

A.They were all dead.

16 – How was Gulliver when he reached the beach?

A. He was cold, wet and exhausted.

17 – Why couldn’t he stand up after sleeping?

A. Because his arms, legs and hair were fastened to the ground.

18 – What moved up his body to his head?

A. It was a human who was 15 cm tall.

19 – What was the human carrying?

A. He was carrying a bow and an arrow.

20 – What happened to the little men when they heard Gulliver’s voice?

A. They moved away from him.

21 – Why did the men become quiet?

A. Because they saw that Gulliver was not trying to escape.

22 – Why did the men cut wood?

A. To build a platform for the important-looking man.

23 – How did he talk with the man?

A. He spoke in English.

24 – What did Gulliver tell the man?

A. He told him that his name was Gulliver and His ship was lost so he swam to the beach.

25 – How did Gulliver express that he was hungry and thirsty?

A. By pointing to his mouth.

26 – How did they feed him?

A. They brought baskets of food and containers of water and used ladders to reach his mouth.

27 – How did Gulliver realize that the man was the king?

A. From his clothes.

28 – How did he communicate with the king?

A. By using signs with hands.

29 – What did Gulliver ask the king to do?

A. To set him free, but the king refused.

30 – How was he taken to the capital city?

A. On a machine used for carrying heavy trees and was pulled by horses.

31 – What was the capital called?

A. It was called Lilliput.

32 – Why did he sleep most of the journey?

A. Because the people had put some medicine in his food.

33 – When did he get up?

A. When one of the soldiers decided to put a pole in his nose.

34 – What did Gulliver do when the man put the pole in his nose?

A. He woke up and sneezed.

35 – Why did the king ask his men to fasten Gulliver’s legs to the gates?

A. To prevent him from escaping.

36 – How did the fasten him to the gates?

A. By using metal chains.

37 – Why did the king go to the tower?

A.To watch Gulliver.

38 – How old was the king?

A. He was about 28 years old.

39 – Why did the soldiers arrest 6 of the men?

A. Because they shot arrows at Gulliver.

40 – What did Gulliver put in his pockets?

A. He put 5 of the men and held the other one in his hand.

41 – Why did the tiny man and the guards horrified?

A. Because they thought that Gulliver was going to eat the man.

42 – What was Gulliver’s problem with the people?

A. The problem of language.

Quotations with answers

A- ” Before I begin my story, I would like to tell you about my early life.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver.

2 – Where was he born?

A. He was born on a farm in the middle of England.

3 – Who gave him his name?

A. His father called him Lemeul Gulliver.

B- ” Mr. Bates knew all about my desires.”

1 – Who was the speaker?
A. Gulliver.

2 – Who was Mr. Bates?

A. He was the surgeon that Gulliver worked with as an apprentice.

3 – What were Gulliver’s desires?

A. He wanted to travel, leave England and explore the world.

C – ” There is little work for a surgeon in London.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. Gulliver to his wife Mary.

2 – What did his friends tell him?

A. They told him that he should be able to find work on a ship.

3 – What did his wife say about that?

A. She said that she didn’t want him to go unless that was the only way to earn enough.

D – ” We are going to sink, Get into the lifeboats.”

1 – Who said these words?

A. The captain of the ship” the Antelope”

2 – To whom was he speaking?
A. To the sailors including Gulliver.

3 – What happened to The Antelope?

A. It sank and the sailors drowned.

E – ” Who are you and what are you doing to me?”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the little man.

2 – What happened to the men when they heard his voice?

A. They looked worried and ran away.

3 – Why couldn’t Gulliver move?

A. Because he was tied to the ground.

F – ” Will you please stop that?”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver

2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. He was talking to the little men (soldiers)

3 – What did he mean by “that”?
A. Shooting him with arrows.

G – ” Sir my name is Lemuel Gulliver.”

1 – To whom was Gulliver speaking?

A. He was speaking to the important man.

2 – What did Gulliver tell that man?

A. He was shipwrecked so he came here.

3 – What did Gulliver want the man to give him?

A. He wanted him to give him some food and a drink.

H– ” I am pleased to meet you, sir.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver
2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. He was speaking to the king.

3 – What did Gulliver ask from the king?

A. He asked him to set him free.

I – ” I am sorry, your Majesty.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To whom was he talking?
A. To the king.

83 – What was Gulliver sorry for?

A. He said he was sorry because he couldn’t understand him.

J – ” That is not funny, stop it at once.”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the six men.

2 – What were they doing?
A. They were shooting him with arrows.

3 – What happened to the six men?
A. The guards arrested them, tied them and pushed them towards Gulliver.

K – ” SO, why are you shooting at me?”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To whom was he speaking?
A. To the six men.

3 – How were they looking?
A. They looked worried.

L – ” You are so small and so very weak.”

1 – Who said this quotation?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To whom was he speaking?
A. To the sixth man.

3 – What did Gulliver pick up?

A. He picked up a knife and moved it towards the man.

M – ” You think I am going to eat you.”

1 – Who said this?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. To the man in his hand. (Sixth man)

3 – What did Gulliver do with the knife?

A. He used it to cut the man’s ropes.


Chapter (2) Questions and answers


1 – What did Gulliver use the knife for?

A. He used it to cut the ropes that tied the man’s hands.

2 – What did he do with the men in his pocket?

A. He took them out and set them free.

3 – How did the guards know that Gulliver was kind?

A. When he cut the man’s ropes and set the other men free.

4 – What did the king decide to do after this situation?

A. He decided to make Gulliver a bed.

5 – How did they make him a bed?

A. The workmen fixed six hundred beds together.

6 – Why did they king become worried? Why did he make a new law?

A.Because people left their villages and came to see Gulliver so there were not enough people to work in the fields

7 – What was the king’s new law?

A. No one could see Gulliver without a license.

8 – What were the king’s worries about Gulliver?

A. He was worried about what would happen if Gulliver escaped and if they could afford to keep him.

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9 – How did the king try to get over these worries?

i – He decided that people should provide/supply 60 cows, 40 sheep, bread and fruits every morning to feed him.

ii- 6 hundred people would be paid to look after him.

iii – three hundred people will make him clothes.

iv – Six of the king’s advisers would teach him.

10 – Where would the people who would look after Gulliver live?

A. In tents close to his home.

11 – What did Gulliver ask from the king when he could understand?

A. To set him free.

12 – What was the king’s reply?

A. He said that it would take time.

13 – What did the king advise him to do when he asked for departure?

A. He advised him to be patient and let the soldiers search his clothes?

14 – Why did the king want to search Gulliver?

A. To protect himself and his people from any weapons.

15 – What would the king do with the things with Gulliver?

A. They would keep them and return to him when he would leave or pay for the lost things.

16 – What did the soldiers find when they searched Gulliver?

A. A handkerchief, a letter to his wife, a comb, a watch, a wallet, two guns and a sword.

17 – What things didn’t the soldiers see in the secret pocket?

A. A pair of glasses and some other things.

18 – Why were the king’s men shocked when they saw the sword?

A. Because of its size.

19 – Why did the soldiers fall onto the ground in fear?

A. Because of the noise of the guns.

20 – What puzzled the king?

A. Gulliver’s watch.

21 – Why did the king ask his men to take Gulliver’s things to his palace?

A. So that the experts could examine them.

22 – What did children do around Gulliver?

A. They played games around him.

23 – What did the king invite Gulliver to?

A. He invited him to some important events.

24 – What was the winner of the competition win?

A. He was given a colored ribbon by the king.

25 – What were the promises did they want from Gulliver to free him?

i – He shouldn’t enter they city without their permission.

ii – He shouldn’t step on any one of Lilliput.

iii – He shouldn’t lie down in any field.

iv – He mustn’t leave the country without a license.

v – Finally, he must promise to fight for the king against enemies of Blefuscu.

26 – Did Gulliver agree to these conditions?

A. Yes, he agrees to them happily so the chains around his legs were unlocked.

27 – Why did Gulliver bow to the king?

A. To show his thanks as he set him free.

28 – What did the king ask Gulliver to be after freeing him?

A. He asked him to be a useful servant to him.

29 – What was the great city called?

A. It was called Mildendo.

30 – What was the notice warning about?

A. To warn people about Gulliver’s visit to the city and ask people to stay indoors.

31 – Why didn’t Gulliver see inside the palace?

A. Because he would damage it and the windows were too small.

32 – What did the queen do when she saw Gulliver?

A. She waved to him with a smile.

33 – Who was Reldresal? And why did he visit Gulliver?

A. He was an important official, to tell him about the two problems of Lilliput.

34 – What were the two problems?

A. 1 – The first one is inside the country. The argument about wearing high heels or low heels.
2 – The second problem is outside the country .There would be an attack by enemies from Blefuscu.

35 – What did Reldresal say about Blefuscu?

A. He said that this island was as large and powerful as Lilliput and they were fighting each other for many years.

36 – Why did the war begin?

A. Because the rebellions escaped to the other island after the law of breaking eggs.

37 – What did Gulliver promise after hearing the problems of Lilliput?

A. He promised to help them against enemies.

Quotations with answers.

1 – ” Off you go, Your king wants to keep me tied up, but I don’t mind if you are free.”

1 – Who said these words?

A. Gulliver said these words.

2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. To the small man in his hand.

3 – What did Gulliver do with the other men in his pocket?

A. He took them from his pocket and put them down.

2 – ” I think this helped my situation.”

1 – Who said these words?

A. Gulliver.

2 – What did he mean by this?

A. When he set the six men free.

3 – How did this helped his situation ?

A. He was kind so the men decided to make him a bed .

3 – ” Your Highness, you know I won’t hurt your people.”

1 – Who was the speaker and to whom? A. Gulliver to the king.

2 – What did Gulliver ask from the king?

A. He asked him to set him free.

3 – What was the king’s answer?

A. He said that would take time and he had to be patient.

4 – ” I can see that you are not a violent man, but this will take time and you need to be patient.”

1 – Who said these words?

A. The king.

2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. To Gulliver.

3 – What should Gulliver be patient for?

A. He should be patient to be set free.

5 – ” First of all , you must allow two of my soldiers to search your clothes.”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?

A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – What would search him for?

A. They searched for any weapons.

3 – What was Gulliver answer?

A. He agreed happily and said he would be happy to be searched.

6 – ” Whatever we find in your pockets,we will keep them.”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?

A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – What would they do with these things?

A. They would keep them and would return them to him on leaving the country or pay for the lost things.q

3 – What did they find in his pockets?

A. A handkerchief, a letter to his wife , a comb , a watch, a wallet, two guns and a sword.

7 – ” Your sword looks extremely dangerous. please put it down.”

1 – Who said this and two whom?

A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – What did Gulliver do ?

A. He put it as the king asked him.

3 – What did he show the king after that ?

A. He showed him his two guns.

8 – ” What are these strange things?”

1 – Who said these words?

A. The king.

2 – Who was the addressee?

A. Gulliver.

3 – What were these things?

A. The two guns.

9 – ” I will show you ,don’t worry , they will make loud noise.”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?

A. Gulliver to the king.

2 – What were these things?

A. The Guns.

3 – What happened when he fired them into the air?

A. The soldiers fell onto the ground and the king looked nervous.

10 – ” What is this strange machine for? Why does it make noise?”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?

A. The king asked Gulliver.

2 – What machine does he refer to?

A. He refers to the watch.

3 – What did Gulliver say about the watch?

A. He told the king it could be used to measure time.11 – ” “I hope you will be a useful servant to me and prove that I’ve been right to feed you and give you clothes.”

1 – Who was the speaker?

A. The king of Lilliput.

2 – To whom was he speaking?

A. He was speaking to Gulliver.

3 – How did he feed him?

A. He asked people to supply 60 cows and 40 sheep, beard and fruit everyday for him.

12 – “I will do my best .”

1 – Who was the speaker?

A. Gulliver to the king.

2 – Why did he say this ?

A. Because the king asked him to be a successful servant.

3 – What did Gulliver ask the king for?

A. He asked him if he could see his great City Mildendo.

13 – ” I have something important to tell you.”

1 – Who said these words?

A. Reldresal

2 – To whom was he speaking.

A. To Gulliver.

3 – What did he tell Gulliver?

A. He told him that they were all happy as he was set free, and this was because of the difficult situation they were in.

14 –” we are all pleased that you’re now free, but this is only because of the difficult situation in Lilliput.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?

A. Reldresal to Gulliver.

2 – What was the outside problem?

A. The war with Blefuscu.

3 – Why did the king send this person to Gulliver?

A. To tell him about their problems and ask him to help them.

15 “This law is not at all popular and there have been many rebellions because of it “

1 – Who was the speaker and to whom?

A. Reldresal to Gulliver.

2 – Who put that law?

A. The king.

3 – What was that law?

A. Everyone should break an egg at the smaller end and who open an egg at the larger end should be punished.

16 – “I am ready to help to defend your country from any coming attack.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?

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A. Gulliver to Reldresal.

2 – Why did Gulliver agree to do that?

A. Because he promised to do that to be set free.

3 – Against whom he would help?

A. The attack from Blefuscu.


Chapter (3) Questions and answers


1 – What was Blefuscu?
A. It was an island 800 meters from Lilliput.

2 – Why did the people of Blefuscu Know about Gulliver?
A. Because there was no communication between the two islands.

3 – What was the Gulliver’s plan to help the king of Lilliput?
A. He planned to take all of Blefuscu’s fleet of ships.

4 – How deep was the sea?
A. It was about two meters deep.

5 – Why did Gulliver lie down on some fields next to the coast?
A. So that he couldn’t be seen from Blefuscu.

6 – What did he use to look at the island?
A. He used his telescope.

7 – What did he see when he used the telescope?
A. He saw fifty (50) ships and smaller boats.

8 – How did Gulliver shape the poles?
A. He shaped them into large hooks.

9 – What did the sailors of Blefuscu do when they saw Gulliver?
A. They jumped from ships and swam fast to the shore.

10 – What did Gulliver do with the ships?
A. He fastened the hooks onto the ships and pulled them.

11 – How did the soldiers of Blefuscu defend themselves?
A. They started to shoot Gulliver with swords.

12 – How did Gulliver protect his eyes from the arrows?
A. He put on his glasses.

13 – Why didn’t the ships move at first?
A. Because they were tied up to the harbour.

14 – What did Gulliver do to untie the ships?
A. He took out a knife and cut all the ropes.

15 – What did the king of Lilliput think when Gulliver didn’t appear?
A. He thought he had drowned.

16 – What did Gulliver say when he came carrying the ships?
A. He shouted, “LONG LIVE THE KING OF LILLIPUT”.

17 – How did the people of Lilliput welcome Gulliver Back?
A. They welcomed him like a hero and the king gave him a medal.

18 – What did the king want to do with his enemies?
A. He wanted to put them in prison with the help of Gulliver.

19 – Did Gulliver accept?
A. No, and said he couldn’t help the king to do that.

20 – What was the king’s opinion of Gulliver after refusing to help him?
A. He was angry, he changed his opinion and said that Gulliver was no longer a hero.

21 – Why did a group of six officials from Blefuscu come to meet the king of Lilliput?
A. To ask him how to end the war and to meet the big man (Gulliver).

22 – Why did the delegation from Blefuscu thank Gulliver?
A. Because he didn’t hurt anyone.

23 – What did they invite Gulliver to?
A. To meet their king and go to their country.

24 – What were bad news did Gulliver know from the advisor?
A. He said that Flimnap, the treasurer, had told the king that Gulliver costs too much money and it was better to remove him from the land.

25 – What were the other bad news?
A. He didn’t keep many of his promises.

26 – What was Gulliver’s biggest problem?
A. Some people told the king that Gulliver was planning to work with the king of Blefuscu against Lilliput.

27 – What did the king decide to do?
A. He decided to punish Gulliver.

28 – What were the suggested plans to punish Gulliver?
A. i. Some suggested shooting him with poisonous arrows.
ii- Others suggested setting fire to his house.

29 – Did the king agreed to these suggestions?

A. No, he didn’t want to kill Gulliver and decided to make him blind.

30 – Why was it better to blind Gulliver than killing him?
A. In this way he would be strong enough to help the king if necessary.

31 – What did they decide finally?
A. They decided not to give him any food to save the king’s money.

32 – What did Gulliver think of after that?
A. He thought that it would be easy to fight the king and destroy the city.

33 – What prevented him from doing that?
A. He thought of the ordinary people and that the king was kind to him.

34 – How did Gulliver save himself?
A. He wrote a letter then used a ship to escape to Blefuscu.

35 – Who welcomed Gulliver at Blefuscu?
A. The King, his family and advisers.

36 – Did Gulliver tell the king of Blefuscu about his problems in Lilliput?
A. No, he didn’t tell him anything.

37 – Why couldn’t Gulliver sleep comfortably in Blefuscu?
A. Because there was not a large building for him.

38 – How did Gulliver make new oars?
A. He made them from the biggest trees.

39 – What did The king of Blefuscu give Gulliver while he was leaving?
A. He gave him a painting of himself, some tiny cows and sheep as well as food and water.

40 – When did Gulliver leave Blefuscu?
A. On September 1701 at six in the morning.

41 – Who owned the ship that saw Gulliver in the sea?
A. It belonged to a trader called John Biddel

42 – What did John think of Gulliver when he told him his story?
A. He thought he was a mad man.

43 – How did Gulliver prove that his story was true?
A. When he showed him the tiny cows, the sheep and the painting of the king.

44 – When did Gulliver return home?
A. In April 1702.

45 – For how much did he sell the small animals?
A. He sold them for a lot of money and bought a larger house.

Quotations and answers

1 – ” If it can help us, then I want to hear it.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – When did the king say this?
A. When Gulliver told him that he had an idea concerning the possible attack.

3 – What was Gulliver’s idea or plan?
A. He wanted to take all Blefuscu’s ships away.

2 – ” Your spies tell me that Blefuscu’s fleet of ships is prepared to attack.”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the king.

2 – What was the king’s answer?
A. He said yes.

3 – What did Gulliver suggest about that?
A. He suggested taking all Blefuscu’s ships away.

3 – ” It’s about two meters deep at most”

1 – Who said these words?
A. One of the best sailors

2 – To whom was he speaking?
A. To Gulliver.

3 – What did Gulliver intend?
A. He intended to cross the sea and get the ships.

4 – ” I can see some ships, but there is no sign of Gulliver.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. One of the soldiers.

2 – What were these ships?
A. The fleet of Blefuscu.

3 – What did they expect the ships were?
A. They thought the enemy fleet was attacking.

5 – ” Gulliver’s plan has not succeeded. “

1 – Who was the speaker?
A. One of the advisers.

2 – To Who was he speaking?
A. To the king.

3 – What did the king expect about Gulliver?
A. He thought that he had drowned.

6 – ” Long live the king of Lilliput.”

1 – Who said this?

A. Gulliver.

2 – When did he say this?
A. When he came out of the sea.

3 – How did the king and people welcome him?
A. They welcomed him like a hero and the king gave him a medal.

7 – ” My hero, for what you have done, you will get”

1 – Who said these words?
A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – Why did he call him a hero?
A. Because he stole the fleet of Blefuscu and saved the island.

3 – How did he reward him?
A. He gave him the most important medal in the land.

8 – ” With your help, we could easily take control of Blefuscu .”

1 – Who said these words and to whom?
A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – What did the king want to do with his enemies?
A. He wanted to put them all in prison.

3 – What was Gulliver reaction?
A. He refused that and told the king he didn’t want free people to become prisoners.

9 – ” “I am sorry, I can’t help you with your ambitions.”

1 – who said this and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the king.

2 – What were these ambitions?
A. The king wanted to punish his enemies and put them in prison with gulliver’s help.

3 – What was the king’s reaction?
A. He changed his mind of Gulliver and said that he was no longer a hero

10 – ” I can’t make you attack Blefuscu, But if you won’t help, you will no longer be a hero in Lilliput.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. The king to Gulliver.

2 – Why do you think the king couldn’t make Gulliver attack Blefuscu?
A. Because he was giant and strong.

3 – What did the king threaten Gulliver of?
A. He told him that his life wouldn’t be so easy.

11 – ” We would like to thank you for not hurting any of our people.”

1 – Who said these to whom?
A. The(6) people from Blefuscu.

2 – Why did they come to Lilliput?
A. To find ways to end the war peacefully.

3 – What did they offer him?
A. They said he could go and meet the king of Blefuscu.

12 – ” Flimnap, the treasurer has told the king that you are costing too much money.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. One of the king’s advisers.

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2 – To whom?
A. To Gulliver.

3 – What did Flimnap suggest about that?
A. He suggested removing Gulliver from the country.

13 – Flimnap was not the only person who has a problem with you, either.”

1 – Who was the speaker and to whom?
A. The adviser to Gulliver.

2 – Who were other people?
A. An important officer in the navy, and SkyreshBolgolam.

3 – Why was the nay man angry with Gulliver?
A. Because his job was no longer important as Gulliver too the fleet of Blefusu.

14– ” But if I am not given any food, I will soon die of hunger.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. Gulliver to his visitor(the king’s adviser)

2 – Why did they decide not to give him any food?
A. To save the king’s money.

3 – Who suggested preventing him from food?
A. The treasurer Flimnap.

15 – ” I have told you what is planned for you.”

1 – Who said these words and to Whom?
A. One of the advisers to Gulliver.

2 – What did Gulliver think of?
A. He thought of destroying the city.

3 – What prevented him from doing that?
A. He remembered the ordinary people and how the king was kind to him at first.

16 – If you hadn’t shown me these things, I would have thought it impossible.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. The shipowner John Biddle to Gulliver.

2 – What were these things?
A. The tiny cows, the sheep and the painting.

3 – What did The man think of Gulliver?
A. He thought he was a mad man.


Chapter (4) Questions and answers


1 – When did Gulliver leave England on his first voyage?
A. He left on 20 June 1702.

2 – Where were they going?
A. They were going to India.

3 – Why did they stop in South Africa?
A. They stopped for freshwater.

4 – What did they discover when they reached South Africa?
A.They discovered that the ship had a hole in its side end.

5 – Why did they stay most of the winter in South Africa?
A. To repair the ship and the captain was ill.

6 – How long did they sail against the wind?
A. For twenty (20) days.

7 – Why did the captain tell Gulliver not to be glad?
A. Because he expected that there would be a great storm coming.

8 – What was their problem during the storm?
A. They didn’t have much freshwater.

9 – What did they find after that?
A. They found a bay.

10 – What did the captain order the twelve men?
A. He asked them to go ashore to try to get fresh water.

11 – What did Gulliver ask permission for?
A. He asked permission to go with the twelve men and the captain agreed.

12 – What did the men find on the bay?
A. They didn’t find water or people.

13 – Why did the men decide to walk on the shore?
A. To look for a stream or spring.

14 – Why did Gulliver decide to go back to the beach?
A. Because the place was bad without trees and full of rocks.

15 – What did Gulliver see when he reached the beach?
A. He saw the sailors in the small boat rowing to the ship.

16 – What happened when Gulliver began to call out to the men?
A. He saw a huge giant walking towards the boat.

17 – What did Gulliver do when he saw the giant going towards the boat?
A. He turned around, ran away and climbed a small hill.

18 – What surprised him when he climbed the hill?
A. He saw fields with long glass.

19 – What did he saw after walking for an hour in the field?
A. He found a huge wall 40 meters tall.

20 – Why couldn’t Gulliver use the steps of the wall?
A. Because every step was two meters high.

21 – What were the seven giants carrying?
A. They were carrying enormous scythes.

22 – What did the men use the scythes for?
A. They used them to cut the wheat.

23 – What was Gulliver’s friends’ advice before that journey?
A. They advised him not to make that journey.

24 – What did He remember about Lilliput?
A. He remembered that he was strong and important.

25 – What did he realize?
A. He realized that nothing could be big or small unless we compared it with other things.

26 – Why was Gulliver worried when the man was going towards him?
A. Because he hadn’t seen him and would stand on him.

27 – What did Gulliver do to prevent the man from standing on him?
A. He shouted loudly.

28 – What did the man do when he heard Gulliver?
A. He picked him up with his fingers.

29 – How tall was Gulliver when the man lift him?
A. He was twenty meters above the ground.

30 – Why was he worried when he was between the man’s fingers?
A. He was worried that the man might throw him onto the ground.

31 – What did the man do after that?
A. He put Gulliver in his pocket carefully.

32 – What did Gulliver take out of his pocket?
A. A bag of gold coins.

33 – Why did the man put Gulliver in The soft handkerchief?
A. To take him home to show to his wife.

34 – What did the man’s wife do when she saw Gulliver?
A. She screamed like a child.

35 – How did Gulliver eat his food?
A. With his own knife and fork.

36 – What did Gulliver do to prevent the cat from attacking him?
A. He walked up and down in front of it.

37 – What did the young baby think of Gulliver?
A. She thought he was a toy.

38 – What did the baby want to do with Gulliver?
A. She wanted to put him in her mouth.

39 – What did the baby do when she heard Gulliver shouting?
A. She dropped him and he began to fall down fast.

Quotations and answers

1 – ” I am pleased the winds have stopped.”

1 – Who said these words and to Whom?

A. Gulliver to the captain (John Nicholas)

2 – What did the captain expect?
A. He expected a great storm.

3 – How did he know about that storm?
A. By experience.

2 – ” I have experienced conditioned like this before, it is the calm before the storm…”

1 – Who said these words?
A. The captain to Gulliver.

2 – Was the captain right?
A. Yes, as there was a big storm after two days.

3 – What was there the only problem on this storm?
A. They didn’t have much freshwater.

3 – ” I like to visit different countries, can I have your permission to go with the men?”

1 – Who was the speaker?
A. Gulliver to the captain.

2 – Where were the men going?
A. They were going to get fresh water from the bay.

3 – Did the captain agree?
A. Yes, he let Gulliver go with the men.

4 – ” While they did this, I walked alone .”

1 – Who said this?
A. Gulliver.

2 – What do ” they ” refer to?
A. They refer to the twelve men or sailors.

3 – What were they doing?
A. They were looking for a stream or a spring. …

5 – ” Could they have forgotten me?”

1 – About whom was Gulliver talking?
A. He was talking about the men in the boat.

2 – Why did he say this?
A. Because they left him on the island and went.

3 – What happened to them after that?
A. A huge giant attacked them.

6 – ” seven more giants appeared each carrying enormous scythes.”

1 – Who said this?
A. Gulliver.

2 – What did they use The scythes for?
A. They used them to cut wheat.

3 – Who were these giants?
A. They were farmers who came to harvest the wheat.

7 – ” Look where you are going !”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To Whom?
A. To the giant man.

3 – What did the man do?
A. He looked at him in surprise and picked Gulliver Up.

8 – ” you are hurting my back.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the giant man.

2 – Why did Gulliver say this?
A. Because the man picked him up with his fingers and this was hurting him.

3 – What did the man do when he heard that?
A. He carefully put him in his pocket and ran to tell his master.

9 – ” I am pleased to meet you, kind sir.”

1 – Who said these words?
A. Gulliver to the Giant Master.

2 – What did Gulliver Offer him?
A. He offered him some gold coins.

3 – Why did he offer the man gold coins?
A. To keep him safe.

10– ” Thank you, I was very thirsty and your water is very good to drink.”

1 – Who said this and to whom?
A. Gulliver to the young children.

2 – Why did he thank them for?
A. Because they gave him some water in a cup.

3 – Could he carry the cup of water?
A. No, as it was so big.

11 – ” Don’t put me in your mouth, please.”

1 – Who was the speaker?
A. Gulliver.

2 – To whom was he speaking?
A. To the young baby.

3 – What happened when the girl heard his voice?
A. She dropped him and he began to fall down.

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