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5 Because the children throw a pillow at him and frighten him. c 1 a terrible old man 2 really must put some oil 3 if you need it. 4 the bottle of oil 5 a deep and terrible cry 6 a door opened. 7 into the wall. 3 I heard the children laughing loudly. 2 John watched her walking down the street. 3 I can see them talking. 4 She saw the old man leaving the house. 5 We heard him talking o n the phone. 6 She thinks she saw them going into a restaurant. 4 1 When he saw them, they ran away. 2 When they arrived, everyone stood up.
B At that time, Scotland had no king. The battle of Stirling was in 1297. The battle of Falkirk was in 1298. The Scots remember Wallace as their first great leader. c 1 They treated the Scots very cruelly. 2 The Scottish nobles did not fight together against the English but instead fought each other. 3 Wallace's army of two thousand men defeated an English army of ten thousand. 4 But in 1298, in the battle of Falkirk, the English won against the Scots. 4 1 . . of flying. 2 . . of each other. 3 .
Check answers orally. c Check students understand the questions. What things actually happened and what things were invented to make a good story for the film? Students discuss this in pairs. Elicit answers, encourage discussion and ask them to give reasons. Practice . . The English killed his father and brother, and many years later, the woman he loved . . Shocked by England's defeat, the King of England sent his son's wife, Isabella, to talk to Wallace. The young man and woman were very attracted to each other .