Billing as he puts his papers together well im damned

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BILLING: (as he puts his papers together): Well, I’m damned if I go and drink toddy with the Stockmanns tonight! (The crowd press towards the exit. The uproar continues outside; shouts of “Enemy of the People!” are heard from the street.) Questions (i) What happens immediately after the excerpt? (2 marks) (ii) How does Dr Stockmann pay ‘dearly’ as threatened by Morten Kill? (4 marks) (iii) Briefly describe TWO themes brought out in this excerpt (4 marks) (iv) Contrast the character of Morten Kill with that of Dr. Stockmann as brought out in the extract. (4 marks) (v) “I have simply done my duty” (add a question tag) (1mark) (vi) What does Dr. Stockmann mean by ‘new world?’ (2 marks) (vii) “I think I can do whatever I like with my own property” (Rewrite in the past tense) (1mark) (viii) Why does Billing say “flu damned if I go and drink toddy with the Stockmanns tonight!” (3 marks) (ix)Identify and illustrate TWO aspects of style used in the excerpt. (4 marks) 3. Read the given oral narrative and answer the questions that follow. (20marks) The King and Two Poor Men There was once in a town, a King and some people, two of them very poor men. Those poor men loved each other very much. One day, one of them told the other, ‘My brother, we have lived for a long time, since we were young, until now we are old, we have not had children!’ The other one told him, ENGLISH 168 knowledge flight 2015
‘God will offer us children.’ Soon enough, their wives became pregnant. They carried their pregnancies until each gave birth to a son. One of the men asked the other, ‘Now both of our wives have given birth, what will you call your son?’. The other told him, ‘I will call mine Nia Moja’. He then asked the other, ‘And what name will you give to yours?’ The other said, ‘I will call mine Nia Mbili!’ They brought up their children until they became adults. Soon both of the fathers fell ill, and after some time, they both died. The two Sons buried their fathers, completed funeral rites and stayed with their mothers until the mothers also fell ill, and died after some time. After their deaths, Nia Mbili told his companion. ‘My brother, we had better leave this place because if we stay, we will be too much in grief. Therefore, prepare your food and I will prepare mine, and then we will leave!’ Nia Moja agreed. They both prepared sweet meats and packed them in their bags together with gourds of water. They left home and travelled for a long time through forests and wasteland and when they reached a certain place, Nia Moja told his companion, ‘Brother, let us rest here and eat our food.’ But the other said, ‘Oh my brother, if we eat both packets, they will get finished. Let us first eat your food and drink your water, and when they get finished, we will eat mine.’ Nia Moja agreed and they ate his food. When they finished they rested and started on the journey again. They travelled for a long time, until darkness fell, and they ate the rest of Nia Moja’s food and slept. In the morning Nia Moja told his companion, ‘My brother, let us eat your food now.’ But Nia Mbili said, ‘No, let’s go, we will eat later.’ They travelled until it was midday. ‘My brother,’ said Nia Moja,

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