1000 headwords | B1 | Preliminary
George Orwell. Adaptation and activities by Alice Venessa Bever. Illustrated by Lorenzo Conti.
“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - for ever.” - George Orwell, 1984
This novel is written by George Orwell in 1949 and set in 1984 London which is now the headquarters of a totalitarian world. It is the story of Winston Smith, an ordinary man whose job it is to rewrite history for the Party of Oceania, one of the three superstates in the world. The book follows Winston’s life as he tried to rebel against the Party at all costs, in spite of the dangers involved.
Topics Politics, Psychology, Technology,
Identity and Personality
Grammar and Structures
Adverbs, Comparatives and superlatives,
1st and 2nd conditionals, Cause and
effect, Future continuous, Modals,
Past perfect, Past simple,
Past continuous, Prepositions,
Present continuous, Present perfect,
Passive, Reported Speech
Freedom | Dystopia
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