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Nelson Mandela 's Biography Passive Form

Nelson Mandela 's Biography Passive Form

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 « The Black Pimpernel »
TASK:
 
Rewrite the story . Put the verbs in the passive form
.(
BE + V-PP)
.Mind the tenses and irregular verbs!
«
The Black Pimpernel 
 » is a comic trip which
……………………………………
 ( write)
b !a"n#s Ber"mar an$ !arlene %inber" & 't tells the stor o( elson !an$ela &*olihlahla
……………………………
 (be born )
in a small illa"e in Transkei , on #l ./ th, .0./ to So#th A(rican parents , osekeni an$ 1a$la , a chie( amon" the Themb# people & *olihlahla
……………………………..……
 (be born)
to be a 2tro#blemaker3 & 4e
………………………………..…
 (bring up)
awa (rom the bi" cit s#rro#n$e$ b cattle an$ wil$ animals& As a chil$, he
……………………….………………………
 (tell)
abo#t war heroes b his (ather , an$ he
……………………………
 (teach)
abo#t the al#e o( bein" h#man an$ help(#l b his mother & %hen he was 5, elson
……………………………
 (send)
to school an$
……………………………
 (give)
an En"lish name b his teacher& 6rom then on , he
………………………………..……
 (call)
elson beca#se the %hites wante$ them to hae En"lish names&%hen he t#rne$ .7, it was time (or elson to become a man& Bos
……………………………………
 (take)
to h#ts b the rier an$
…………………………..……
 (expect)
to $o somethin" $arin"& 4e $i$ an$ he
……………………………
 (give)
8 hei(ers an$ 9 sheep & 4oweer, elson
…………………………………….
 (disturb)
b the hie(;s wor$s who ha$ remin$e$ him that So#th A(rica
…………………………………….…
 (conquer)
b E#ropeans an$ that all Blacks were slaes in their own co#ntr& %hen he "ot to ohannesb#r", elson reali<e$ what the hie( meant & Black people
…………………………………
 (keep)
o#t o( the white men;s worl$& Blacks
………………………………..…
 (give)
passes to moe abo#t in their own co#ntr& At that time, elson !an$ela opene$ a law (irm to help black who were ictims o( the aparthei$ laws& %hen elson
……………………….…………
 (introduce)
to the A = the A(rican ational on"ress ), which ha$ been (i"htin" (or their ri"hts since .0.8, he $eci$e$ to >oin the part& Blacks
……………………………
 (ask)
to re(#se to obe these icio#s laws& elson !an$ela
…………………….
(irst
……………
 (ban)
(or ? ears (or hi"h treason = a banne$ person
……………………………
 (not/ allow to)
meet with two persons at a time)& Since he
………………………………..………
 (ban)
, he co#l$ not atten$ 2the People;s on"ress3 which
………………………………..…
 (hold)
in .0?? an$ where all races
…………………..……………
 (represent)
& elson helpe$ write the 6ree$on harter that
…………………………..……
 (adopt)
!an$ela
…………………………….….……
 (arrest)
alon" with the A;s lea$ers an$
……………………………………
 (prosecute)
& elson an$ %innie
……………………………
 (marry)
een tho#"h he was still #n$er prosec#tion& 'n !arch .07., the
……………………………
 (find)
not "#ilt& That same $a he $eci$e$ to "o #n$er"ro#n$ an$ he became a ni"ht creat#re & %innie
……………………………
 (leave)
alone with their two little "irls while elson lie$ as an o#tlaw in his own co#ntr & 4e
………………………………………
 (name)
2the Black Pimpernel3 b the newspapers a(ter the 2Scarlet Pimpernel3, a literar hero who alwas "ot awa & At that time he worke$ as a cha#((er, a cook or as a "ar$ener an$
…………………..………………
 (know)
as @ai$ !otsamai  he traelle$ to man A(rican co#ntries to "et s#pport (or their str#""le& B#t on A#"#st ?, .078, a(ter .5 months o( (ree$om , elson an ecil %illiams
………………………..………
 (arrest)
& 6ort#natel his notebook
……………………………….…
 (find)
, otherwise man people wo#l$
……………………………………………………
 (arrest)
4e
……………………………………
 (sentence)
to ? ears & A ear later, he
…………………………………..…
 (accuse)
o( sabota"e an$
……………………………
 (sentence)
 to li(e imprisonment on *obben 'slan$, the prison (rom which no one escape$& Twice a ear, the "ot to receie an$ sen$ letters which
………………
all
 ……………
 (censored)
& elson an$ his wi(e
…………………………….…………………
 (separate)
a"ain (or 88 ears& 'n .0/8, !an$ela an$ his (rien$s
…………………..……………
 (move)
to another prison& At that time the
…………………..……………
 (support)
b people (rom aro#n$ the worl$ an$ the So#th A(rican 1oernment
……………………………
 (ask)
to (ree !an$ela & Seeral times elson
……………………………(
offer)
his (ree$om i( he $eno#nce$ iolence& 'n .0/?, his (irst messa"e in 8. ears
……………………………
 (read)
to the people b his $a#"hter in$ai & elson
…………………………..………
 (release)
(rom prison a(ter his meetin" with the new Presi$ent @e Klerk &Cn 6ebr#ar .., .00D, a(ter almost 8/ ears in prison he was (ree& 'n .00, presi$ent @e Klerk an$ elson !an$ela
……………………………
 (award)
the obel Peace Pri<e&  ears later, on 85 April .009, all the Black people
……………………………
 (allow)
to ote (or the (irst time an$ elson !an$ela
………………………..…………
 (elect)
P*ES'@ET o( So#th A(rica& %hen elson !an$ela set #p elson !an$ela hil$ren;s 6#n$ , a thir$ o( his presi$ential salar
………………………………
 (donate)
to the or"ani<ation& Thanks to the hil$ren;s 6#n$, all chil$ren
……………………………..……
 (allow)
to "o to school an$ lie in $ecent ho#ses&
 
 FET; S P*AT'SEG
 
 'n this list o( ke eents in !an$ela;s li(e , hi"hli"ht all the Passie 6orms & 
Since the beginnings of imperialism and the Dutch and British presence in South Africa, the native  Africans have been treated as second-class citizens in their own land by the white settlers, known as  Afrikaners.
H.0.
 - he !ative "and Act was instituted, which prohibited Africans from owning land anywhere in the country e#cept the ranskei.
H.09/
 - the African !ationalist $arty came to power with a campaign promising the white people that there would be a complete separation of the races. hey stayed true to their promise by creating what they called Apartheid, laws that re%uired separation of the races in all aspects of life and created a society completely ruled by the Afrikaners.
H.0?.
 - &andela was elected the president of the A!' and campaigned for the repeal of discriminatory laws.
H .0?7
 - !elson &andela, plus ()) other anti-Apartheid activists, were charged with treason during the reason rial and were sentenced to five years in prison.
H .0?0
 - he *omelands $olicy was instituted, creating separate Bantustans +homelands for the maor South African black groups.
H .0?0
 - every black citizen not living in the Bantustans +and eventually every African citizen, was re%uired to carry a passbook as identification, limiting their access throughout the country.
H .07.
 - n &arch /(, in Sharpeville, South Africa, white police officers killed si#ty-nine unarmed  protesters in front of the Sharpeville police station.
H .078
 - !elson &andela was once again arrested and sentenced to another five years of prison, this time for leaving the country against the limits of his passbook.
H .07
 - &andela and (0 other members of the A!' were arrested and put on trial for high treason in the 1ivonia rial when the underground A!' was raided by the government.
H .07
 - &andela and (0 other members of the A!' were sentenced to life in prison. *is sentence began on 1obben 2sland, doing intense labor. he latter part of his /0-year sentence was in $ollsmoor $rison, where he was placed in solitary confinement.
H .05
 - the 3nited !ations passed a resolution condemning Apartheid.
H .057
 - Students in Soweto, South Africa protested because ever South African citizen was now being re%uired to speak the Afrikaans language in secondary schools.
H !i$-.0/Ds
 - the 3nited Democratic 4ront was formed in South Africa, which was led by Bishop Desmond utu and 1everend Allan Boasek. his organization helped spread the word worldwide about the problem of Apartheid.
~ 1990 
 - anti-Apartheid activist !elson &andela was released from prison by $resident 4redrick 5illem de 6lerk .
 
 
4ere are some ke (acts in elson !an$ela;s li(e & T#rn the (ollowin" sentences into passie (orms & !in$ the chan"esG
(- !elson &andela led the fight against apartheid in South Africa for several decades. 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
/- *e spent /7 years of his life in prison for his efforts.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
8- hey freed him in (99:.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
;- $eople know !elson 1olihlahla as one of the greatest South African statesmen.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
5-
hey had taken his freedom from him .
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
7- 5hite culture first affected his life on his first day at school.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
0- After his father<s death they sent him to live with of the king of the ranskei people .
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
=- he 1egent +> the 6ing trained !elson for leadership.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
9-
5alter Sisulu , a member of the A!' , first introduced him to the rights movement.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
10-
5alter involved &andela with the committee in (9;;.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
11-
hey made him, by the law, a criminal.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
(/- &andela led anti-apartheid organizations and movements that included nonviolent civil disobedience and underground fighting.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
(8- 2n (9;= , the African !ationalist $arty created Apartheid laws.
 
 
……………………………………………………………………………………………
 
Take a look at the “time line” again and write a QUIZ about Nelson andela to be !om"leted in the ne#t lesson$ %a!h o& the 'uestions must be written in the (assi)e *orm $
 
 
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