Arbeitsblatt: Torquay - Reading comprehension

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Englisch
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8. Schuljahr
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3254
1911
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14.03.2008

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Doris Sommer
Land: Schweiz
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Torquay? Turkey! Kumiko Tsuchida ia Japanese professor and she works in Turkey at Istanbul University. Last week she took short holiday in London. She had good time, and after few days she packed her suitcase, checked out of the hotel, and set off to catch her flight back to Instanbul. At Paddington station she couldnt find the train to the airport, so she asked railway guard. Mrs Tsuchida doesnt speak very much English, and when she said „Turkey, the guard thought that she said „Torquay, seaside town in south-west England. So he directed her to the platform for the 8.15 train to Torquay. Mrs Tsuchida got on the train and found seat. The journey seemed very long, but when she asked the other passengers „Turkey? they all said that yes, she was on the right train for Torquay. She arrived in the seaside town just after midnight, but when she got off the train, of course, didnt recognize anything. She didnt know where she was. She didnt have any English money and she was very frightened. Two hours later, the police found her. They provided bed for her for the night and the next morning they phoned the Japanese embassy. The embassy sorted out the problem. Then Mrs Tsuchida got the train back to London, took taxi to Heathrow airport, and caught another flight to Istanbul. Before she left she spoke to our reporter through an interpreter. „I said Turkey, Turkey, but people didnt understand my pronounciation and they thought said Torquay. But enjoyed my visit and English people are very helpful and kind. 1. Number the events in the correct order. She travelled to Heathrow airport. She caught flight to Istanbul. She got on the train. She went to Paddington station. The police found her. railway guard directed her to the Torquay train. She spoke to reporter. The police phoned the Japanese embassy. She spent few days in London. .1. She left Turkey. She arrived in Torquay. 2. Underline all the past tense verbs in the story. 3. Write the infinitives and the past form in your exercise book. Torquay? Turkey! Kumiko Tsuchida ia Japanese professor and she works in Turkey at Istanbul University. Last week she took short holiday in London. She had good time, and after few days she packed her suitcase, checked out of the hotel, and set off to catch her flight back to Instanbul. At Paddington station she couldnt find the train to the airport, so she asked railway guard. Mrs Tsuchida doesnt speak very much English, and when she said „Turkey, the guard thought that she said „Torquay, seaside town in south-west England. So he directed her to the platform for the 8.15 train to Torquay. Mrs Tsuchida got on the train and found seat. The journey seemed very long, but when she asked the other passengers „Turkey? they all said that yes, she was on the right train for Torquay. She arrived in the seaside town just after midnight, but when she got off the train, of course, didnt recognize anything. She didnt know where she was. She didnt have any English money and she was very frightened. Two hours later, the police found her. They provided bed for her for the night and the next morning they phoned the Japanese embassy. The embassy sorted out the problem. Then Mrs Tsuchida got the train back to London, took taxi to Heathrow airport, and caught another flight to Istanbul. Before she left she spoke to our reporter through an interpreter. „I said Turkey, Turkey, but people didnt understand my pronounciation and they thought said Torquay. But enjoyed my visit and English people are very helpful and kind. .9 She travelled to Heathrow airport. .11 She caught flight to Istanbul. .5 She got on the train. .3 She went to Paddington station. .7 The police found her. .4 railway guard directed her to the Torquay train. .10 She spoke to reporter. .8 The police phoned the Japanese embassy. .2 She spent few days in London. .1 She left Turkey. .6 She arrived in Torquay.