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Read the following extract and do the activities that follow: <br> Tom: (nervously). But, I say, we can't go prowling about someone else's house . <br> George: We can if we hear any suspicious noises. You never know-this place might belong to a gang of criminals. <br> Tom: (sarcastically). You certainly are trying to cheer us up, George. We don't want to meet a gang of criminals. <br> George: Why not ? We 're all strong, healthy chaps, aren't we ? Are you in a funk already? <br> Tom: No, of course not, but-well-Alfie's got his best suit on, and <br> Ginger: Never mind about Alfie's suit. (With a great show of courage). I'm not afraid of any criminals. Here , George , lend me that torch . (Taking the torch and going up R.C.) . I'll show you if I'm afraid. (Suddenly seeing the white models and letting out. a yell of terror.) Ow ! Wwhat's that ? <br> Tom: (down C., not daring to look round). What's what ? <br> Ginger: C. come here . I thought I saw something grinning at me. <br> Tom: (crossing hastily to door L.). I'm going to get out of here . <br> Ginger: (Coming down C.) So am I. I'm not afraid of criminals, but I believe this place is haunted . <br> Geore:Talk sense, Ginger. Here, give me that torch. (Takes torch and goes up R.C.) <br> Alfie: (down L.C.) I want to go home. <br> Ginger: Can you see anything, George ? <br> George: (cautiously approaching white models). I can't make out what it is, but I believe it's an animal. I say-there's something alive in here-I can see its teeth. <br> (Under the light of George's torch a row of teeth can be dimly seen). <br> Alfie: (rushing to the door) Let me out @! Let me out ! I want to go home ! <br> Pick up the false sentenses from those given below and write down the correct ones for them: <br> Alfie wanted to stay at the place to fight wit the animal.

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False: Alfie wanted to leave the place immediately.

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