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Distant Education College, Jilin University. I Never Forget a Face. 1. Text Analysis. 2. Exercises. 3. Questions For Discussion. Distant Education College, Jilin University. Questions for Discussion. 1. Can you find parts that imply the author’s stylistic devices —humour and foreshadowing? - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • I Never Forget a Face 1. Text Analysis2. Exercises3. Questions For DiscussionDistant Education College, Jilin University

  • Questions for Discussion Distant Education College, Jilin University1. Can you find parts that imply the authors stylistic devices humour and foreshadowing?2. What would you do if you met someone at a party and you knew that persons face but could not remember his (or her) name?3. Is it wise to be friendly towards strangers? Do you like to talk about yourself to strangers on the train or bus?

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  • ExercisesDistant Education College, Jilin University1. True/False Questions

    2. Multiple-choice Questions Return

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. F 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. F 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. T 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. F 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. T 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. F 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. F 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. T 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. F 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. T 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 1. Although not remembering names annoyed those people whom the narrator met, it never lost him any business. F 2. The narrators wife complained that he did not know the names of his next door neighbours. T 3.Ellingham is two stations from Bardfield, within twenty minutes by train. F 4.The narrator believes boasting is a good way to get others talking. T 5.The man the narrator met planned to get off the train at Bardfield. FMore

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 6. The narrator offered the man a lift because the weather was bad. 7. The narrator will never forget the name of the wanted man. 8.The narrator has a remarkable memory for faces and he seems to be very proud of it. 9. The narrator was not a very smart businessman. He lost a lot by his poor memory for names. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 6. The narrator offered the man a lift because the weather was bad. T 7. The narrator will never forget the name of the wanted man. 8.The narrator has a remarkable memory for faces and he seems to be very proud of it. 9. The narrator was not a very smart businessman. He lost a lot by his poor memory for names. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 6. The narrator offered the man a lift because the weather was bad. T 7. The narrator will never forget the name of the wanted man. F 8.The narrator has a remarkable memory for faces and he seems to be very proud of it. 9. The narrator was not a very smart businessman. He lost a lot by his poor memory for names. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 6. The narrator offered the man a lift because the weather was bad. T 7. The narrator will never forget the name of the wanted man. F 8.The narrator has a remarkable memory for faces and he seems to be very proud of it. T 9. The narrator was not a very smart businessman. He lost a lot by his poor memory for names. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 6. The narrator offered the man a lift because the weather was bad. T 7. The narrator will never forget the name of the wanted man. F 8.The narrator has a remarkable memory for faces and he seems to be very proud of it. T 9. The narrator was not a very smart businessman. He lost a lot by his poor memory for names. FMore

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 10.The man in the carriage was not very communicative. He was too tired to talk with the narrator. 11.The narrator gave the man a lift because he wanted to do business with him. 12.When the man asked the narrator to stop the car in the middle of nowhere, he became watchful. He knew that the man must be a criminal. 13.The man who robbed the narrator turned out to be a criminal wanted by the police. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 10.The man in the carriage was not very communicative. He was too tired to talk with the narrator. F 11.The narrator gave the man a lift because he wanted to do business with him. 12.When the man asked the narrator to stop the car in the middle of nowhere, he became watchful. He knew that the man must be a criminal. 13.The man who robbed the narrator turned out to be a criminal wanted by the police. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 10.The man in the carriage was not very communicative. He was too tired to talk with the narrator. F 11.The narrator gave the man a lift because he wanted to do business with him. F 12.When the man asked the narrator to stop the car in the middle of nowhere, he became watchful. He knew that the man must be a criminal. 13.The man who robbed the narrator turned out to be a criminal wanted by the police. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 10.The man in the carriage was not very communicative. He was too tired to talk with the narrator. F 11.The narrator gave the man a lift because he wanted to do business with him. F 12.When the man asked the narrator to stop the car in the middle of nowhere, he became watchful. He knew that the man must be a criminal. F 13.The man who robbed the narrator turned out to be a criminal wanted by the police. Answer

  • True/False QuestionsDistant Education College, Jilin University 10.The man in the carriage was not very communicative. He was too tired to talk with the narrator. F 11.The narrator gave the man a lift because he wanted to do business with him. F 12.When the man asked the narrator to stop the car in the middle of nowhere, he became watchful. He knew that the man must be a criminal. F 13.The man who robbed the narrator turned out to be a criminal wanted by the police. TReturn

  • Multiple-choice Questions Distant Education College, Jilin University1.The narrators trouble was _______. A) he could easily remember a persons face and name, but always forgot where he had met that personB) he could remember a persons face but could never remember the persons nameC) he could remember neither a persons face nor nameD) he could remember a persons name but could never recognize that persons faceAnswer

  • Multiple-choice Questions Distant Education College, Jilin University1.The narrators trouble was _______. BA) he could easily remember a persons face and name, but always forgot where he had met that personB) he could remember a persons face but could never remember the persons nameC) he could remember neither a persons face nor nameD) he could remember a persons name but could never recognize that persons faceMore

  • Multiple-choice Questions Distant Education College, Jilin University2.When the narrator says I think I gain more than I lose by this strange memory of mine he means ______. A)it is more important to remember a persons face than a persons nameB)his memory saves him from embarrassment as he never forgets a person he has metC)he is able to talk with strangers more freely than most people canD)he values his memory as it helps him in businessAnswer

  • Multiple-choice Questions Distant Education College, Jilin University2.When the narrator says I think I gain more than I lose by this strange memory of mine he means