# Dead poets society. Климова А.Ю. - 6 стр.

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A. Why does Mr. McAllister think that Mr. Keatings class was misguided?
B. What was Mr. Keating like as a boy?
C. What were the Dead Poets dedicated to?
D. Why doesnt Todd want to join the boys?
II. True or false?
A. According to McAllister Mr. Keating encourages the boys to become artists.
B. Mr. Keating was a captain of the basketball team.
C. Mr. Keating was a hell-raiser.
D. At the beginning of every meeting of the Dead Poets Society they used to listen to
music.
F. The boys are studying the map, trying to find the old house, where the meetings used
to take place.
Fill in the gaps with the suitable words from the list below:
A. In the dining-room.
- Theres no need to apologize. It was very fascinating ... though it was.
- You think so?
- When they realize that they are not Rembrandts, Shakespeares or Mozarts, theyll hate
you for it.
- We are not talking artists, we are talking ... .
Funny, I never ... you as a cynic.
unfettered, pegged, misguided, cynics, freethinkers
B. Boys.
- Hey, I found his senior ... in the library.
Listen to this, Captain of the ... team. Cambridge ... . Thigh man and the Dead Poets
Society.
- Man Most Likely to Do Anything.
- Thigh man. Mr. Keating was a ... .
bound, a picture, annual, soccer, hell-raiser
C. With Mr. Keating.
- The Dead Poets were dedicated to sucking ... out of life. Thats phrase from Thoreau
wed ... at the beginning of every meeting. And in the ... of the moment wed let poetry
work its magic. We were romantics. We didnt just read poetry, we let it ... from our
tongues, like honey. Spirits ... , women ... and gods were created.
invoke, grip, stroll, enchantment, soared, swooned, marrow
D. Studying the map.
- Its right there. Its got to be on the banks.
- I dont know. This is starting to sound... .
- Oh, well, why dont you stay home?
A. Why does Mr. McAllister think that Mr. Keating’s class was misguided?
B. What was Mr. Keating like as a boy?
C. What were the Dead Poets dedicated to?
D. Why doesn’t Todd want to join the boys?

II. True or false?
A. According to McAllister Mr. Keating encourages the boys to become artists.
B. Mr. Keating was a captain of the basketball team.
C. Mr. Keating was a hell-raiser.
D. At the beginning of every meeting of the Dead Poets Society they used to listen to
music.
F. The boys are studying the map, trying to find the old house, where the meetings used
to take place.
Fill in the gaps with the suitable words from the list below:
A. In the dining-room.
- There’s no need to apologize. It was very fascinating ... though it was.
- You think so?
- When they realize that they are not Rembrandts, Shakespeares or Mozarts, they’ll hate
you for it.
- We are not talking artists, we are talking ... .
Funny, I never ... you as a cynic.
unfettered, pegged, misguided, cynics, freethinkers

B. Boys.
- Hey, I found his senior ... in the library.
Listen to this, Captain of the ... team. Cambridge ... . Thigh man and the Dead Poets
Society.
- “Man Most Likely to Do Anything.”
- Thigh man. Mr. Keating was a ... .
bound, a picture, annual, soccer, hell-raiser

C. With Mr. Keating.
- The Dead Poets were dedicated to sucking ... out of life. That’s phrase from Thoreau
we’d ... at the beginning of every meeting. And in the ... of the moment we’d let poetry
work its magic. We were romantics. We didn’t just read poetry, we let it ... from our
tongues, like honey. Spirits ... , women ... and gods were created.
invoke, grip, stroll, enchantment, soared, swooned, marrow

D. Studying the map.
- It’s right there. It’s got to be on the banks.
- I don’t know. This is starting to sound... .
- Oh, well, why don’t you stay home?