Wuthering Heights (B2) (Brontëová Emily)
In Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë shows us the destructive power of hatred and revenge, but she also explores love in its...
In Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë shows us the destructive power of hatred and revenge, but she also explores love in its many forms and, in the end, her story is about hope. In this Reader you will find: - Focus on - FCE-style activities - Glossary of difficult words - Exit Test - Comprehension activities Tag Love and Hatred Jealousy and Revenge Cathy's life is changed forever when her father brings home an abandoned child he names Heathcliff. As Cathy and Heathcliff grow up, their love for each other is as wild as the moors. But, can love overcome jealousy? Can forgiveness enter hearts filled with pain and suffering? Syllabus Verbs: Present perfect Past perfect Question forming and question words Irregular verbs would for willingness/refusal Third conditional If clauses (in zero conditional) Used to and would Phrasal verbs Passive forms Infinitive constructions Modal Verbs: Will Might May Shall Could Should