i have recently  finished the book Oliver twist from Charles dickens.

and now try to write st about this story using the new vocabulary as its a enjoyable challenge for me:

the story is about an orphan child (Oliver twist) which reaches lots of triumph(great victory) in this story.

this story does not happen in a contentment(in a state of peaceful) area.

the story happens in a period of history that starvation is accruing in UK. and lots of characters of this story are desperate and dreadful about the existence situation. i will never forget the all the scene that i read "he seized Oliver's arm...". and i will not forget that Oliver was innocent and not guilty of a crime. and also all clumsy and slow motions of Oliver when he was ill and would fainted to the ground .and lots of wicked people who insulted Oliver intensively.there were some other boy who accompanied  Oliver in the poor house.

during the story there were different new vocabularies such as priest, funeral .

in some cases i read some lines which made me cheerful and happy . the were also some new vocabulary which i write them here for further review:

cellar: a part of building under the house

fetch: go and bring back

urge: encourage

shelter: a place which is safe from any hazard

moddy: not bright

faint light : barely lighted

handkerchiefs :  a peice of clothes (tissue) to make your nose clean

supper:  a light dinner

bracelet: a piece of jewel  around your neck

betray:

pale:

trouser:

bump:

walking stick:

chase

pavement

magistrate: 

frown:

widow

delicate pink

stroke

waist

protest

greedily

undying love

faint ring

gasp

pursue

confess she felt ill

for your shake

locket

pawnbroker

accuse 

shady street

devil

district

urgent

exclaim

fond of s/th s/b

nonsense

delight

hesitate

inquire = enquire

growl

roar

illegitimate Birth

gang

lit (past of  the verb light)

ache (pain)

creep (crept)

desperately

sincere

wicked

hatred

boast

spy on people

tame (s/b)

cathedral

pale and wrinkle 

stagger

fraud

resemblance(opposite of difference)

coward soldier

confession

swell

roar

hollow

faint

whip

illegitimate

contentment(gratification)

pardon

widow

the end-

 1:30- 30th march -2017