A Tale of Two Cities
STAGE 4 Upper Intermediate | 1800 headwords | B2 | FCE | Classic
Charles Dickens - Adaptation and activities by Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan - Illustrated by Giacomo Garelli
A Tale of Two Cities is Charles Dickens’s most famous historical novel.
Set in Paris and London at the time of the French Revolution, this is the story of two men, Frenchman, Charles Darnay, and Englishman, Sydney Carton. As the Revolution takes hold and the Terror begins, the two men’s destinies bring them together in a powerful story of love, hate and revenge. We meet revolutionaries and aristocrats, and see the poverty of many in both London and Paris contrasted with the wealth of a few
Present Perfect Continuous - Past Perfect Continuous - perfect infinitives - a variety of phrasal verbs - complex passive forms - wish/if only - modal verbs: might, needn’t - reporting verbs: explain, repeat, reply, answer, ask, cry, scream, shout - tenses with This is the first …
Types of Clause
type-three conditionals - mixed conditionals - relative: embedded, defining
although, despite, in spite of, however - time sequencers - inversion..
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