Illustrated by Federico Volpini.
STAGE 3 1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary | Classic
Robert Louis Stevenson. Retold by Silvana Sardi.
The novel has attracted the admiration of writers as diverse as Henry James and Jorge Luis Borges.
Kidnapped is an adventure story set in Scotland in the 18th century about a young man, David Balfour. After his father dies, David leaves his quiet, hometown in search of a new life at the house of Shaws. However, he immediately runs into danger at the hands of his cruel uncle Ebenezer and his adventures start here. He gets caught up with criminals but also makes friends with Alan Breck, a wild Highlander, who helps him as he tries to cross the Scottish Highlands. Will David manage to return to Shaws and win back his inheritance or will his uncle Ebenezer’s cruel plan succeed?
Verb tenses Present Perfect Simple, Past
Verb Forms and Patterns make/let +
infinitive, Verb + object + infinitive (e.g. I
want you to help), Reported speech with
say, ask, tell., Phrasal verbs had better
Modal Verbs can / could, might, would
rather, should, must / have to, need /
needn’t, used to, would (past habits)
In this Reader you will find:
Information about Robert Louis Stevenson | CLIL History: The Jacobite Rising | Glossary of difficult
words | Comprehension and extension activities, including Preliminary (PET) activities | Exit test
Classic Literature | Adventure | Friendship | Loyalty
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