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City where a state or country’s government is located 4 P 5 O B 4. things that get in the way or block progress 6 7. something bet, such as money 7 8. deeds that show great courage, skill, or strength C W 8 9. wanting all you can get without thinking of what others need 9 G 10. tall poles that support a boat’s sails DOWN F 10 M 2. a very short time; a moment 5. paid someone to do something wrong or something he or she didn’t want to do 3. continued making an effort 6. rooms on a ship with hanging sleeping berths B.

Com 33 Around World 80 Days SG AROUND 09/25/06 THE 9:32 PM WORLD IN Page 34 21 EIGHTY DAYS • Chapter 9 COMPREHENSION CHECK NAME ____________________________________ DATE _______________________ To complete each statement below, unscramble one word and add one word from the box. ) Carnatic Henrietta London Bordeaux Liverpool station sailor bribe docks passengers Newfoundland Captain Speedy 1. The MATERES __________________ for __________________ seemed to be Fogg’s best chance of reaching England in time.

Write T or F to show whether each statement below is true or false. 1. _____ Bound for New York, the train heads west. 7. _____ Proctor is taken prisoner by the departing Sioux. 2. _____ Fogg tells Proctor he’s in a hurry to return to England. 8. _____ Fogg asks the soldiers to help rescue the prisoners. 3. _____ Each man carried two revolvers. 4. _____ The engineer’s body pushes the throttle backward. 9. _____ Fogg asks Fix to stay behind and protect Aouda. 10. _____ All night long, Aouda worries about Fogg and Passepartout.

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