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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88241: Count Dracula
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    Count Dracula


    Compréhension écrite : Le Comte Dracula.

     

    COUNT   DRACULA

     

                        Irwin is watching a film about Count Dracula. Count Dracula lives in a marvellous castle at the top of a mountain. Every Saturday evening, he gives a party. He leaves his castle on his horse and he rides down the mountain to the village. He invites a great number of people and they all go up the mountain. His guests think they're going to dance but there's no music. They think they're going to eat excellent meals but there isn't any food on the tables. They are very disappointed and, of course very hungry. But Count Dracula is very hungry too ! So, he's going to eat everybody!

                          But don't be scared !!!!!!!!!! You'll never meet him !

     





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    1. Where does Count Dracula live? .

    2. What does he do every Saturday evening? .

    3. How does he go to the village? .

    4. What do his guests hope to have? .

    5. What's their reaction when they discover the truth? .

    6. What are they expecting to hear? .

    7. What are they going to eat? .

    8. How are they feeling? .

    9. What does Count Dracula want to do? .

    10. What kind of story is it? .









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