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In circumstances past few weeks made me discover what an ignorant I was. Recently I had been formatted and my life had changed quickly, but I reflected there soon. When I really thought about me in comparison to those in the crowd Eleanor, I realized that I knew nothing, I was empty, an intellectual vacuum. I did not even know that Cromwell was, for the love of God. I knew nothing of zoology, geology, astronomy, languages, mathematics, physics.
Most kids I grew up with left school at sixteen and they would be in the insurance now, or walking as mecanissiens or houseware (radio and TV department) in department stores. And I was Released university without thinking about it for two Foix, despite the remonstrances of my father. In suburds education is not considered a particular advantage and certainly could not see it as worthwhile case itself was now more young Incoming importante.Mais I was among the people who have written books as naturally we played football. What infuriated me - which made me hate them as myself - was their confidence and knowledge.
Easy art, theater, architecture, travel conversation languages, vocabulary, knowing the way around an entire culture - were priceless and irreplaceable capital.
At my school they taught you a little French, but anyone who has tried to pronounce a word correctly was laughed down. A trip to Calais we attacked a Forg behind a restaurant. For this ignorance we knew we were better than public school students, with their filthy uniforms and leather briefcases and Mom and Dad waiting outside in the car to take them. We were heavier, we disrupted all the lessons and we were fighters, we never brought any effeminate towel because we've never done no duty we were proud of never study anything except the names of footballers, staff rock groups and the lyrics "I am of the Morse".
What fools we were! How misinformed! Why we have not realized that we condemn fortunately to be nothing better than motormechanics? Why we could not see it? For Eleanor crowd harsh words and sophisticated ideas were in the air they breathedfrom birth and the language were the currency that you bought the best of what the world could offer. But for us it could only ever be a second language consciously acquired.

True or false? Justify by quoting the text

1: The narrator had known for a long time he was ignorant
2: You gave a kick to the narrator of the school
3: In the suburbs, finding a job is essential early
4: The narrator now feels the same confidence that his new friends
5: The narrator and his friends could not realize that they could never get a good job
6: They could buy the best of what the world could offer with money
7 The narrator and his friends have never listened to teachers
8: Friends of Eleanor had learned all they knew at school

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1)   FALSE : "In the past few weeks circumstances had made me discover what an ignoramus I was."

 

2)   FALSE : "On trip to Calais, we attacked a Frog behind a restaurant. By this ignorance, we knew ourselves to be superior to the public-school kids…"  ???

 

3)   TRUE : "Getting into business young was more important."

 

4)   FALSE : "What infuriated me-what made me loathe both them and myself-was their confidence and knowledge. The easy talk of art, theatre, architecture, travel; the languages, the vocabulary, knowing the way around a whole culture- it was invaluable and irreplaceable capital."

 

5)   TRUE : "Most of the kids I grew up with left school at sixteen, and they'd be in insurance now, or working as car mechanics, or managers (radio and TV dept) in departmental stores." and " What idiots we were! How misinformed! Why didn't we understand that we were happily condemning ourselves to being nothing better than motor-mechanics?"

 

6)   FALSE : "Why didn't we understand that we were happily condemning ourselves to being nothing better than motor-mechanics? ~ For Eleanor's crowd hard words and sophisticated ideas were in the air they breathed from birth, and this language was the currency that bought you the best of what the world could offer."

 

7)   TRUE : "We were rougher; we disrupted all lessons; we were fighters; we never carried no effeminate briefcases since we never did no homework. We were proud of never learning…"

 

8)   FALSE : "For Eleanor's crowd hard words and sophisticated ideas were in the air they breathed from birth, and this language was the currency that bought you the best of what the world could offer."