I have been working in this village for about two months now, and I have never seen a single beggar* in the street. What place is this?! Normally, every community has its rich and needy people, but here is something different. The villagers live like in a large family. They know if anyone of them needs anything. The other day, I didn't go out for only one day because I was very busy, and the villagers started knocking at my door. They were all worried about me. My absence was worrying for them. They thought I was sick, so they brought me food and drinks. One of them has even visited me to offer me one egg; that’s all he had. And some of them have come just to keep me company. I admired these people for their sense of humanity. Finally, I understood why there shouldn't be beggars in the village, and I'm not thinking of leaving it soon.
beggar* : متسول
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B. Are these sentences True or False? Justify
The writer was in the village as a tourist.
The villagers were generous.
The writer hated the village.
The writer still lives in the village.
A. Answer these questions
How long has the writer been in the village?
Why were the villagers worried?
What did the villagers bring the writer?
What did the writer learn from this experience?
C. What do the underlined words in the text refer to ?
" place " (Line 2)
" them " (Line 3)
" me " (Line 7)
" it " (Line 8)
E. Find in the test the antonyms of these words
" similar "
" small "
" free "
" presence "
D. Find in the text words or phrases which mean almost the same as.
" poor "
" since "
" give "
" respected "
F. Complete the sentence with information from the text