Step 3&4: Summarising Skill
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Passage 1 List three reasons why negotiating the river was difficult.
List three reasons which suggests it was hot during the journey up the river.
List what the narrator did during the journey up the river
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Anshiqa1. It was not easy to travel through the river's currents. 2. They were running out of fuel. 3. Steam was escaping through the pipes.1. There was only one shady place on the deck. 2.The sun had blistered a part of the paintwork. 3. The metal rail was too hot to touch.He stood and watched for a while, tried finding a shady spot and then lied to sleep.
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Sakshi1.The woodcutters had not supplied enough wood to fuel the boilers
2.Steam drom the broilers were able to escape from the pipes
3.The vessel was making its journey against the current
1." Metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
2."The sun had already blistered the paintwork"
3."I made my way to the only shady place on the deck"
1.Enjoyed the scenery of the ocean
2.Fell asleep
3.Stood watch for the vessel
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Joanna1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough wood to fuel the boilers
2) The pipes lowed steam to escape
3) The current was strong
1) "I made my way to the only shady place on the deck"
2) "The sun had already blistered"
3) "The paintwork and metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
Slept underneath a lifeboat
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Serena1) There was not enough wood to fuel boilers.
2)Steam was escaping from the boilers through the pipes
3)The vessel was going against the river current
1) One shady place on the deck of the vessel
2) The paintwork had been blistered from the sun
3) The paintwork and metal on the rail was too hot to touch
1) He stood watch
2) He fell alseep
3) Found a shady spot
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Kellie1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going.
2) Steam from the boilers escaped through the pipes.
3) The vessel was going against the current.
1) "only shady place on the deck"
2) "blistered the paintwork"
3) "metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
1) stood watch
2) lay down
3) fell asleep
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Wen Yu1) The woodcutters had not spplied enough wood to fuel the boilers 2) The boiler's steam escaped through the pipes 3) The Vessel was moving against the current1) Stood Watch 2) Went to only shady place on the deck 3) Lay down 4) Fell Asleep
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Tiara1) "After I had stood watch, I made my way to the only shady place on the deck.
2) ""The sun had already blistered,"
3) "And the paintwork and metal was too hot to touch"
1) Stood watch
2) Looked for shade
3) Lay down
4) Fell asleep
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Adrian1. The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boilers going.
2. The pipes allowed the steam to escape.
3. The vessel was moving against the current.
1. " only shady place on the deck"
2. " sun had already blistered the paintwork"
3. " metal of rail was too hot to touch"
1. stood watch
2. went to the only shady place
3. fell asleep
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Andrew1) There was not enough wood fuel for the boilers
2) The steam from the boiler escaped through the unreliable pipes.
3) The vessel was moving against the current
1) "only shady place on the deck"
2) "the Sun had already blistered the paint
3) "The metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
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Phone Naing1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going.
2) The vessel was going against the current.
3) The pipes allowed steam to escape.
1)The author went to the "only shady place on deck".
2)"The sun had blistered the paint work."
3)"The metal rail was too hot to touch."
He went to slept underneath a lifeboat after standing to watch for a while.
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Ze Feng1)There wasn't enough fuel for the boilers
2)The pipes allowed the boiler's steam to escape
3)The ship was going against the current
1) The sun had blistered the paint work
2) The metal was too hot to touch
3) There was very little shade
1) He stood watch
2) He slept
3) He narrated
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Wen Kit1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going.
2) The pipes buckled and hissed allowing steam to escape.
3) The Vessel was moving against the current.
1) There was only one shady place on the whole deck
2) The paintwork was damaged by the Sun
3) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
He was the lookout for the ship.
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Yash1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going.
2) The pipes allowed steam to escape.
3) The vessel was going against the current.
1) The sun had blistered the paintwork.
2) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch.
3) The only shady place on the deck.
1) Stand Watch
2) Made way to the only shady place on the deck
3) Lay down
4) Fell asleep
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Ezekiel1)The wood cutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going
2)The pipes allowed the boiler's steam to escape
3)The vessel was going against the surrent
1) There wa only one shady place on the deck
2) The sun had blistered the paint work
3) The metal railing was too hot to touch
He stood watch, found a cooling place and fell asleep
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Yun Jun1) There was not enoguh fuel going into the boilers by the woodcutters
2) The pipes had leaks that allowed the steam to escape
3) ?
1) "The sun had already blistered"
2) "The paintwork and metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
3) "I made my way to the only shady place on the deck"
1) Stood watch
2) Tried to find shade
3) lay down
4) fell asleep

(He might be the lookout)
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Joseph1) The woodcutters did not supply enough fuel for the boiler to work.
2) Steam from the pipes were able to escape.
3) The vessel was moving against the current.
1) "The sun had already blistered the paintwork"
2) "I made my way to the only shading place on the deck"
3) "The metal of the rail was too hot to touch"
1) He negotiated the river
2) Tried to find shade
3) Fell asleep
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David (Shared
with Wen Kit)
1) The woodcutters had not supplied enough fuel to keep the boiler going.
2) The pipes buckled and hissed allowing steam to escape.
3) The Vessel was moving against the current.
1) There was only one shady place on the whole deck
2) The paintwork was damaged by the Sun
3) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
He was the lookout for the ship.
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Jin Wei-There was not enough wood to keep the boiler going.
-The pipes leak out steam
-The vessel was going agaisnt the current
-"The sun had already blistered the painwork"
-"rail was too hot to touch"
-only shady place on the deck"
He negotiated the river
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Cornelius1) The wood cutters did not supplied enough fuel.
2)The sun blistered the paintwork and made the metal rails too hot to touch
3) The pipes leak out steam.
1) The sun had already blisted the paintwork
2) The metal rails was too hot to touch
3) There is only one shady place on the deck
He lost consciousness in the shady part of the deck.
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Dan Rei1) There was not enough wood to keep the boiler running
2) The piped leaked and the steam escaped
3) The vessel was going against the current
1) There was only one shady area on the whole deck
2) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
3) The sun blistered the paintwork
1) Steered the ship up the river
2) Stood Watch
3) Made way to shady spot
4) Slept and became unconscious
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Phone1.)The woodcutters did not supply enough fuel to keep the boiler running.
2.)Steam leaked out of the pipes
3.)The vessel was going against the current
1.)There was only one shaded area on the deck
2.)The sun had blistered the paintwork
3.)The metal rail was too hot to touch
He negotiated the river, found shade then slept.
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Ryan1) There was not enough wood to keep the boiler running by the woodcuuters and the 2)pipes had leaks that allowed the steam to escape 3) It was moving against the current- There was only one shady area on the whole deck - the metal of the raid was too hot - the sun had damaged the paint work He went to the only shady area of the deck and lay down beneath the life boat and became unconscious.
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Siddhant1)The woodcutters had not supplied enough wood to keep the boilers going
2)The pipes had leaks that allowed the steam to escape
3)The vessel was moving against the current
1)There was only one shady area on the deck
2)The paintwork was damaged by the sun
3)The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
1)Steered the ship up the river
2)Fell asleep and became unconscious
3)Stood watch for the vessel
4)looked for shade
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Wayne1) The woodcutters did not supply enough fuel to keep the boiler running
2) The vessel was moving against the current
3) The pipes hissed and buckled allowing steam to pass through
1) The sun blistered the paintwork
2) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
3) There was only one shady area on deck
1) Steered the ship up the river
2) Looked for shade from the sun
3) Fell asleep
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Gerald1) The woodcutters did not supply enough fuel going
2) The raft was moving against the current
3) The steam was leaking through the pipes
1) The sun had blistered the paintwork
2) The metal of the rail was too hot to touch
3) On the raft there was only on shady area
He looked for shade and fell asleep
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