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View From The Bridge and Speaking and Listening Lesson One – View from the bridge Lesson Two – Speaking and Listening preparation
Lesson One - Objectives To revise key quotations from the play To analyse the relationship of Beatrice and Eddie.
Who said that quiz… Remember that you will have to learn key quotations for specific characters. This quiz will help you remember key quotations from characters.
Who said it??? – 15 questions
You see how easily they nod to me?
You been given’ me the willies the way you walk
I’m responsible for you
I’m just afraid if it don’t turn out good you’ll be mad at me
I want to be an American
And with that wacky hair; he’s like a chorus girl or sump’m
Are you gonna stand over her ‘till your forty?
You don’t like him?
Look, he’ll say anything. What does he care what he says?
I struggled for that girl
But I can’t stay in the house all the time
My heart dies to look at you
Don’t laugh at me, I’ve been here all my life
Her mother will turn over in her grave
I want my respect and you know what I’m talking about.
Exam Question Write about the effect the events of the play have on the relationship between Eddie and Beatrice. Think about; -Their relationship at the start of the play -Their relationship after the arrival of Marco and Rodolfo -The way they speak and behave at different times in the play -Anything else you think is important.