2 BiographyJonathan Swift, the famous English writer, was born in a poor family in Dublin, Ireland.. His mother found work in England and left Jonathan in his uncle’s family. He learned very well at school and his uncle sent him to Dublin University. When Swift left the university, he went to England in 1689 and found work there as secretary to a writer. At that time Jonathan Swift began to write articles for newspapers. Soon Swift began to write satirical novels. In 1726 he wrote the novel “Gulliver’s Travels”. It is a satirical novel about England in his time. People liked the book in many countries.
3 Match the sentences with the pictures. 5.The monkey took Gulliver in its hands, and jumped out of the window.2.One day a big monkey saw Gulliver through the open door of the room.Gulliver jumped up from the chair and stood behind the wardrobe.3.The monkey looked at Gulliver and wanted to play with the little man. It thought Gulliver was a young little monkey.1.Now Gulliver lived in the palace in a box, which hung at the window when the weather was fine.1.Gulliver was happy when a man came, picked him up and carried him down.The monkey saw Gulliver behind the wardrobe and caught him.6.Then the monkey jumped to the roof of the house with Gulliver in its hands.7-8.People saw the monkey and Gulliver on the roof and they brought the leader and began to go up on to the roof.