”Fagin” – ”Oliver among thieves”
Say whether the following are true or false:
Oliver was a thief.
Bill Sykes was a pleasant man.
The elderly man looked wealthy.
Fagin was pleased.
Oliver knew too much about the world.
The elderly man was reading a newspaper.
Fagin did not trust his boys.
Bill and Nancy lived with Fagin.
WORDS: Work with these words and write them in sentences, e.g. There was a lot of people at the consert yesterday. It was really crowded.
crowded = a lot of people
alleys = in the end of a street
stumbled = fell
rubbish = things you throw away
companion = friend
filthy = not clean
knotted = when your hair is a mess
mattress = padded mat to sleep on
violent = beat, kick, hurting someone
handkerchief = a square of fine material carried in the pocket
wallet = a small bag for carrying money
valuable = worth a lot
among = together with people
wealthy = very,very rich
velvet = a type of cloth with a soft, springy surface
weak = not feeling very well
fist = hand closed for hitting