1 Hand-out Texts Textbook 2 VWO
2 Text Sheet 8 Nobody's calling her birdbrain v3-2 Give the meaning of the following words (paragraph numbers between brackets) 1. play (1) 12. to recognise (6) 2. to perform (1) 13. waitress (6) 3. ommunity (1) 14. Nursery school (7) 4. to amaze (2) 15. to struggle (7) 5. Illiterate (2) 16. dult education (8) 6. To endure (3) 17. to encourage (8) 7. To be embarrassed (3) 18. progress (8) 8. to recall (3) 19. to broadcast (10) 9. Stomach (3) 20. to launch (10) 10. Games (5) 21. to supervise (11) 11. To bother (5) 22. to chant (11) eantwoord de volgende vragen: 1. What is the most important infomation about Sue in paragraph 1? Her play, Shout It Out, had won an important prize. Her play, Shout It Out, would be perfomed on the radio. Television people wanted to film her play, Shout It Out. Television people wanted to interview her about her play, Shout It Out. 2 I still can't believe the response I'm getting (lines 14-16). What does Sue mean by these words? She does not like all the attention people are giving her. She does not understand how she learnt to read and write at her age. She is proud of her children's reactions to her popularity. She is surprised at the success of the play she has written.
3 3 What is 'Shout It Out' about, according to paragraph 3? How people can learn to accept the fact that they cannot read and write. How some people react when they find out that someone cannot read or write. How Sue finally managed to learn to read and write. How terrible Sue felt, not being able to read or write. 4 What does paragraph 4 make clear about Sue's parents? They could not pay much attention to their children's school problems. They expected Sue to take care of her brothers and sisters. They were both unable to read or write. 5 't school she somehow slipped throught the net.' (lines 42-43) What is meant by these words lthough Sue could not read or write, she felt happy at school. uring the games lessons, Sue was always the best in the class. One way or another Sue did not learn to read and write at school. Sue often stayed away from school because the other pupils laughed at her. 6 What are lines ('I'd go steak.') meant to illustrate? How Sue's colleagues helped her to overcome her handicap. That Sue once lost her job because of her handicap. That Sue was a good waitress in spite of her handicap. What kind of practical problems Sue's handicap brought. 7 What did Sue feel 'terrible' (line 62)? She could not read the girl's handwriting. She discovered that children were making fun of her. She had to admit that she could not read. She suddenly realised how old she was. 8 What does paragraph 8 make clear about Sue? She learned to read and write bit by bit in a course for grown-ups. She took reading and writing lessons at her son's school. She went to a private teacher who taught her to read and write. 9 'I kept writing and writing.' (lines 83-85) What did Sue write about, according to paragraph 9? bout all the things that are impossible for people who cannot read or write. bout her long and difficult struggle to learn how to read and write. bout the way in which her life has changed since she learnt to read and write. 10 Which of the following is true of 'Shout It Out', according to paragraph 10? It was already widely known before it became a radio play. It was used in a campaign to promote education for grown-ups. It was written by a number of people, including Sue. 11 'I thought, that's great' (line 104) What was great, according to Sue? The fact that the children had picked up the message of her play. The fact that the children still knew a song that she had taught them. The fact that the children were having lunch so quietly. The fact that the children were quick in learning to read.
4 Text 2 Why bands thank heaven for little girls Fill in the gaps, using one of the options given 1. 2 a simple matter finished his drink a thing of the past 6 restored order completely different stopped the music more and more common taught a lesson being out of school artists seeing each other record companies the free s schools the free tickets visitors E the music be deceived behaviour be used education misbehave music miss classes the band although by day because for free so on stage hardly impressed 10 5 nd particularly enthusiastic ut rather critical For utterly confused
5 Text Sheet 9 Your only child Give the meaning of the following words 1. circumstance (par 1) 12. to iron (par. of question 25) 2. to reward (par. of question 22) 13. to cope with (par. of question 26) 3. to reach 14. offspring 4. relatives (par of question 23) 15. virtually (par. of question 27) 5. to occur 16. to prefer 6. drawback 17. to justify (see question 28) 7. to provide 18. development (end par. of question 28) 8. issue 19. to push 9. to admit (question 24) 20. independence 10. to deny 21. to share 11. to doubt 22. possession eantwoord de volgende vragen: convinced that 6 s a result joking that In any case told that In contrast uncertain if On top of that excited their own fault pleased to be expected surprised unjustified worried unimportant admit happy deny lonely doubt peaceful hope unforgettable 7 8 v3-2
6 4 Less suitable 9 be a child lonelier do my homework luckier make friends more selfish play outside E more successful curiousity capable of jealousy surprised at pity tired of suspicion used to 10 5 eantwoord de volgende vragen: 1 What word from the text could logically follow the word 'only' (end of first paragraph)? 2 What word fromt the text can logically follow the word 'three' (end of paragraph of question 5)? 3 Wat is het algemene beeld dat mensen hebben van kinderen zonder broertjes/zusjes? (laatste alinea in de 1e kolom)? 4 nn Laybourn weerspreekt het beeld uit vraag 3. Samengevat zegt zij in de alinea van vraag 7: hoewel aan enig kinderen iets meer geld, aandacht en tijd wordt besteed (maak de zin af)...
7 Text 2 Show bedrooms 1. Welk aanbod doet STRHN in bovenstaande advertentie? Om gratis een ontwerp te maken voor een nieuwe slaapkamerinrichting. Om met korting een slaapkamer te leveren als ze die aan enkele klanten mogen tonen. Om voordelig een slaapkamer te leveren als die afgebeeld mag worden in hun catalogus. Text 3 Rewarding work with children 2 Met wie zoekt Kumon Maths contact via bovenstaande advertentie? Met mensen die kinderen volgens de Kumon methode wiskunde willen leren. Met scholen die de Kumon methode voor het wiskundeonderwijs willen gaan gebruiken. Met studenten die willen meewerken aan de ontwikkeling van de Kumon methode.
8 Text 4 Picture Line 3 Wat moeten mensen doen om deel te nemen aan bovenstaande prijsvraag? 4 Wat is de prijs? 5 Wat zou jouw inzending zijn?
9 Text Sheet 10 Life on the Ocean Wave Give the meaning of the following words 1. To drench (1/2) 12. to perform (39) 2. swell (4) 13. to qualify (39) 3. to deliver (5) 14. vast (48) 4. To admire (10) 15. to shrink (54) 5. to sacrifice (11) 16. responsibility (65) 6. To howl (13) 17. current (59) 7. Gale (13) 18. batch (74) 8. hilly dip (18) 19. to rescue (76) 9. To cope with (20) 20. relieved (85) 10. Humble (28) 21. disappointed (87) 11. to consist of (33) 22. to admit (100) 1 eantwoord de volgende vragen: 'The scene is a sun-drenched beach' (regel 1-2) Wat is volgens alinea 1 ('The scene lifeguard.') de reden waarom Matt Seaton op het strand was? 2 Wat voor weer was het volgens alinea 2? 3 Why did Matt wear a 'wetsuit' (lines 22-23)? ritish lifeguards have to wear special clothes to keep them from drowning. In pril the sea around ritain is too cold to swim in without protection. In ritain lifeguards have to wear wetsuits to be recognised. v3-2
10 4 How does Matt look back on his swim, acoording to paragraph 4? It took a lot of energy because the water was so rough. It was all right when he followed the instructions that he had had. It was so hard that he forgot how he had learnt to do it. It went well although the running had already made him tired. 5 What is meant by the expression 'ice-cream head' (line 59? The way your head feels when you are in a panic because you were almost drowning. you go under in very cold water. you make a stupid mistake during surfing. you put on a wetsuit that is not warm yet. 6 What does Jeremy Griffiths say about being a lifeguard in paragraph 6? It can be very peaceful if you do it the right way. One moment it is calm and the next it is very busy. There is more to it than people generally believe. You have to be so watchful that you can never relax. 7 Waarom staat het woord 'rescued' in regel 76 tussen aanhalingstekens? 8 How did Matt feel about the session being closed, according to lines ('ut there')? He felt glad but he did not show it. He felt sad but realised that he should not. He felt sorry that he could not show off his skills now. 9 'you can expect to earn about 200 a week' (regels 92-93) Wat maakt Matt in alinea 8 duidelijk over dit salaris van strandwachten? In het algemeen bestaan opleidingen voor strandwachten uit de volgende onderdelen: 1. conditietraining met behulp van toestellen 2. een reddingsboot besturen 3. Eerste Hulp i Ongelukken (EHO) 4. theorie over het ontstaan van golven meter hardlopen en 300 meter zwemmen binnen acht minuten 6. zwemmend redden in zee 10 Welke drie van deze onderdelen worden in de tekst genoemd of beschreven? Schrijf de nummers van deze onderdelen op.
11 Text 2 Movie planner Lees eerst de vragen onder de tekst voordat je begint te lezen!
12 1 Je kijkt graag naar films en tv-series waarin advocaten een belangrijke rol spelen. Welke film uit onderstaand overzicht zou je kunnen kiezen? Schrijf de naam van die film op. 2 Van welke film wordt gezegd dat de hoofdpersoon niet erg geloofwaardig gecast is? Schrijf de naam van die film op. 3 In welke film speelt de hoofdrolspeler een andere rol dan mensen van hem/haar gewend zijn?schrijf de naam van die film op.
13 Text Sheet 11 estined to be a soldier Give the meaning of the following words (paragraph numbers in brackets) 1. skint (1/2) 12. misgiving (3) 2. to afford (1) 13. to encounter (4) 3. decent (1) 14. number (4) 4. female (1) 15. issue (5) 5. proper (1) 16. familiar (6) 6. public school (2) 17. to retire (6) 7. course (3) 18. navy (6) 8. smoothly (3) 19. to be committed to (6) 9. to face (3) 20. support (7) 10. prejudice (3) 21. despite (9) 11. to struggle (3) 22. adoring (9) eantwoord de volgende vragen: 1 What becomes clear about en Nealon from paragraph 1? He does not like talking about the life he led before he started acting in Soldier, Soldier. He has given up acting so that he could join the army. His life has become a lot better since he got a part in Soldier, Soldier. 2 Why did the part in Soldier, Soldier mean 'a dramatic change' in en's life (paragraph 2)? It gave him the opportunity to Finish his drama school course Give up all his other jobs. Pay back the loan he received from his family. Take care of himself financially. v3-2
14 3 What does the word 'it' (par. 2, 4th line) refer to? 4 Welke twee aspecten van de 'dramatic change' noemt en in alinea 2? 5 Waarom wilde en zijn familie niet om hulp vragen toen het financieel zo slecht met hem ging? (alinea 2) 5 Which problem do Jeremy and Lilian have to deal with, according to paragraph 3? t Lilian's hospital in South frica people do not like the idea of a mixed marriage. Jeremy's relatives and colleagues do not approve of his wife being black. Lilian wants to go back and live in South frica instead of England. 6 Which two groups of people in Jeremy's life were prejudiced when he married Lilian? (par. 3) What does en think of the TV series Soldier, Soldier, according to paragraph 4? He is not happy with the way the series deals with discrimination. He is pleased that after a lot of problems the series has a happy ending. He likes it because the events in the series are very true to live. He regrets that he had to act so aggressively in the series. 8 'Which frustrates them both' (par. 4). oth refers to and 9 because it makes it all the more realistic. (last sentence, par. 4) Quote no more than 15 words from paragraph 4 which can replace the first 'it'. 10 What does en make clear about mixed relationships in paragraph 5? oloured people seem to have greater problems with mixed relationships than white people. It makes no difference to him whether a relationship is mixed or non-mixed. White men have more difficulty accepting mixed relationships than black men do.
15 11 Why didn't en join the army, according to paragraph 6? He did not like being told what to do. He objected to having the same job as his father. He thought that the army work would be too difficult for him. Teachers at school convinced him that he would not like the army. E The army would not give him the job he had always wanted. 12 What does en make clear in paragraph 7 in connection with his decision not to join the army? He does not mind that his father disagrees with him. He is happy that his father finally approved of it. He is sorry that his father took such a long time to accept it. He worries about the effect it might have on his father's health. 13 What does en's father think of Soldier, Soldier according to paragraph 8? He does not like the way it makes fun of the army. He hopes that it will make his son want to join the army. He is shocked to see his son wearing a soldier's uniform in it. He thinks that it gives a good picture of life in the army. 14 Which of the following becomes clear about en from paragraph 9? He has no girlfriend at the moment and is in no hurry to find one. He is so busy with his career that he has no time for a girlfriend. He is so popular with the girls that he cannot choose between them. He really misses a girlfriend to spend his time and money with.
16 Text 2 Lockers 1 Welke van de onderstaande scholieren zou begrip tonen voor scholen die hun kluisjes afschaffen? hristel V. Jessica. Therasa. Geen van deze personen Text 3 Piggies find food Rule hard to swallow MEMERS of a diners' club called The Piggies refused to comply with a restaurant's rule that they would have to clear their plates or be charged double. They called in trading standards officers after a dispute with staff at the Fortune Palace hines restaurant in Ombersley, Hereford and Worcester. Eight businessmen who make up The Piggies lub were told that the restaurant had had the no-leftovers rule for some time because too many people were starving in frica for good food to go to waste. The members walked out and called in Hereford and Worcester trading standards officers, who are investigating the complaint. John Lewis, 34, of Hallow, Worcester, said: The Piggies go out once a month. We saw an advert in the paper saying we could eat as much as we liked for so we thought we'd give it a bash. The last thing we want to think about when we're enjoying a meal is people starving in frica. I couldn't believe how the waitress could say with a straight face that we would be charged double if we didn't finish our meal. Peter urgoyne, 36, a fellow member, said: The waitress's attitude was so odd. It ruined the evening. ngela Yip, the waitress, said: I told them the rule for that meal. No customer has argued with this before. They come often and they pay double willingly. The restaurant keeps the extra money. Piggies find food rule hard to swallow (titel) 2 Wat was het probleem volgens de tekst? e serveester wilde een eetclub niet meer bedienen vanwege hun tafelmanieren. Een eetclub mocht niet onbeperkt eten voor 12.95, hoewel dat wel in de advertentie had gestaan. Een eetclub moest extra betalen als zij hun borden niet zouden leeg eten. Een eetclub werd tijdens de maaltijd gestoord door collectanten voor landen waar hongersnood is.
17 Text 4 Wheel trouble in Europe ritish drivers are among the poorest in Europe and the least experienced at handling a car abroad, according to a poll conducted by Gallup for hire-car firm udget. Only 8 per cent in the pan-european survey thought we were the best in Europe. The French scored equally badly. Germans took the top slot and the Italians were the worst overall. The survey showed 64 per cent of ritish drivers worried about taking a car abroad. udget has produced a guide to driving in 35 European countries, which comes free with summer car bookings ( ). 3 Welke chauffeurs rijden volgens bovenstaand bericht het slechtst? 4 Welke chauffeurs rijden het best? 5 Hoe scoren de ritten ten opzichte van de Fransen? Ze rijden even goed. e Fransen rijden ietsje beter dan de ritten. e ritten rijden ietsje beter dan de Fransen. Ze rijden even slecht.
18 Text Sheet 12 Philosopher Poet Give the meaning of the following words 1. to sign (6) 12. wig (45) 2. to astonish (7) 13. comment (47) 3. to batter (12) 14. to slot (48) 4. to last (13) 15. to stroll (52) 5. privileged (20) 16. conduct (72) 6. valuable (20) 17. possession (103) 7. rare / rarely (25) 18. casual / casually (123) 8. chin (35) 19. to satisfy (124) 9. confidence (37) 20. to dedicate (137) 10. former (39) 21. legacy (144) 11. presence (42) 22. onlooker (149) 1 eantwoord de volgende vragen: Sceptici voorzagen problemen toen Ruud Gullit bij helsea ging voetballen. Welke twee problemen worden er genoemd in de eerste alinea? Why is it 'astonishing to think that some of us were sceptical' (lines 7-8) when Gullit joined helsea? Gullit has got used to pleying English football quite quickly. Gullit has had a far-reaching influence on ritish football. Gullit has made ritish football immensely popular in the world. v3-2
19 3 What is the main point made about Gullit in paragraph 2? He always has his own teachers in mind when coaching his team. He is a fanatical and aggressive player once he is out on the field. He is by far the best player in the helsea team. He is very good at using his experience to guide and motivate other players. 4 Now helsea's aspiring youngsters are privileged in the same way (21-24). What is their priviledge? 5 What does the writer want to make clear about Gullit in paragraph 3? s a famous footballer, he can easily be forgiven a little arrogance. He is sometimes made fun of by his team-mates, but they know when to listen to him. He thinks good foor and playing golf are as important as football. His behaviour at helsea shows that he does not think of himself as special. 6 What do Peter Shreeves' words about Gullit come down to (paragraph 5)? Gullit is more popular than all the other foreign football players Shreeves has known. Gullit may be getting older but he is still in top level condition. Gullit's self-discipline makes him exceptional. Gullit thinks keeping fit is more important than going out. 7 Gullit's conduct off the pitch (l. 68) impressed the helsea management Give two examples of this conduct What does Ruud Gullit say about English football supporters in paragraph 6? They are only interested in winning, no matter how. They should react more enthusiastically when their team wins. They should realize that winning is more important than the way a team wins. They tend to behave too violently during games. 9 What is the main reason why living in London is attractive to Gullit according to paragraph 7? He can go anywhere without being bothered by the public. He can live there without being recognised all the time. He enjoys being in the centre of modern music. He is popular with the English people. E He likes London's possibilities for going out. 10 What becomes clear about Ruud Gullit from lines ? He feels more at ease among black people. He feels strongly connected to his roots. He sees himself as a role model for black boys. He thinks skin colour does not make any difference in sport.
20 11 How does Gullit want to be remembered in English football when he stops playing? (paragraph 8) s the man who brought chelsea the championship they deserve. made it clear that there is more to life than football. raised the standard of english football. showed people that playing football is great fun. 12 What was an important reason for Gullit to sign a contract with helsea according to paragraph 8? 13 Time will tell whether he is having the same effect on helsea (160) What effect is meant?
21 Text 2 Royal Mail 1. Hierboven zie je een afbeelding van een plastic zakje dat de Royal Mail je heeft toegestuurd. In het zakje zit een beschadigde envelop die aan jou gericht is. aarin hadden twee kaartjes voor een musical moeten zitten. ie zijn weg! Je gaat actie ondernemen! Wat raadt de tekst op het zakje je aan te doen?
22 Tekst 3 false 'sale' tags
27 1 Wat maakt bovenstaand artikeltje duidelijk over grote winkels die elektronica verkopen? Ze concurreren elkaar weg door te stunten met te lage prijzen. Ze houden klanten voor de gek met zogenaamd verlaagde prijzen. Ze houden zich niet aan de onderling afgesproken prijzen. Ze zijn te vroeg begonnen met het afprijzen van artikelen voor de kerstuitverkoop. 2 ls je naar de tekst kijkt, wat denk je dan dat het woord 'hoodwink' betekent?
28 Text sheet 13 Sheriff with a mission Give the meaning of the following words (paragraph numbers in brackets) 1. barely (1) 12. equipped (11) 2. solitary (2) 13. authorisation (11) 3. juvenile (2) 14. humiliation (12) 4. committed (4) 15. provoked (13) 5. jurisdiction (4) 16. merits (13) 6. justifiably (5) 17. opponents (14) 7. relieve (6) 18. reverse (14) 8. chain gang (8) 19. rehabilitation (14) 9. concession (10) 20. detention (16) 10. provides (10) 21. probation (16) 11. frills (11) eantwoord de volgende vragen: 1 What are the first two paragraphs about? bout a miserable camping excursion for young criminals bout very old-fashioned and uncomfortable prison buildings for young criminals. bout young prisoners whose living conditions are unusually though. 2 What does the word 'they' (3rd line in 2nd paragraph) refer to? v3-2
29 3 Hieronder staan vier beweringen over de gevangenen. Geef van elk van de beweringen aan of ze juist of onjuist zijn volgens alinea Ze beginnen de dag met gymnastiek en een douche. 2. Ze verzetten zich tegen de strenge regels. 3. Ze worden zwaar gestraft voor iedere misstap. 4. Ze zitten 23 uur per dag alleen opgesloten. 4 What does the word 'their' (middle of paragraph 4) refer to? 5 iteer de uitspraak van rpaio die aangeeft waarom hij alle gevangenen zo hard aanpakt volgens alinea 1 t/m 7. Schrijf de eerste twee en de laatste twee woorden van deze uitspraak op. 6 What does the word 'he' (beginning of paragraph 5) refer to? 7 What could 'ut this is' in 'ut this is about punishment,' (paragraph 7) be replaced by? ut I don't need their money; this is... ut that is not the point; this is... ut that would be illegal; this is... ut the taxpayer has no say in the matter; this is... 8 Welke drie manieren om de gevangenen de vernederen worden er genoemd in alinea's 8 t/m 12? Schrijf ze alle drie op: Welke combinatie van woorden uit alinea 10 vat de belangrijkste informatie uit die alinea samen? concession to age education concession to age young prisoners computers and desks - education computers and desks portable buildings
30 10 Geef van elk van de onderstaande vier beweringen aan of ze juist of onjuist zijn volgens alinea rpaio heeft liever met honden dan met mensen te maken. 2. e bewakingshonden liggen de hele dag voor de ingang van de tent. 3. e gevangenen krijgen voedsel te eten dat eigenlijk hondenvoer is. 4. Omheiningen en honden met camera's om hun nek maken ontsnappen bijna onmogelijk. 11 Wat is de kritiek van tegenstanders op de methode van rpaio volgens alinea 14? Leg je antwoord uit. 12 What does Kim Gingerich think about rpaio's method according to paragraph 16? She hopes it wil finally help her son change his life. She is convinced that it will make criminals more hardened. She thinks it is far too hard on her son. She wonders whether it isn't more suitable for adults.
31 Tekst 2 What does she have to do to get a job? 1 Welke groep wordt aangesproken in deze advertentie? llochtonen. Mensen zonder werk. Vrouwen met een hoge opleiding. Werkgevers en bedrijfsleiders.
32 Tekst 3 The indispensable black travel dress 2 TravelSmith biedt in de advertentie een gratis catalogus aan. Wat voor soort catalogus is dat? Een catalogus van afgeprijsde zomerkleding. geheel verzorgde vakantiereizen. handige reisartikelen. speciale bedrijfskleding. 3 Wat moet je doen om deze catalogus in huis te krijgen?
33 Text sheet 14 Exams? It's a girl thing Give the meaning of the following words 1. Nursery rhymes (2) 12. to deserve (30) 2. To be cast aside (6) 13. to bother (33) 3. evote to (7) 14. to collect (40) 4. failure (7) 15. statistics (45) 5. Hormonally imbalanced (15) 16. significant (46) 6. outcast (19) 17. embarrassing (49) 7. obligations (21) 18. to totter off to (56) 8. revising (23) 19. to snog (59) 9. sensible (25) 20. to cope with (64) 10. attraction (26) 21. to mention (70) 11. degree (29) 1 eantwoord de volgende vragen: 'Girls are better than boys.' (line 1) How does the writer of this article react to this statement in paragraph1? She believes it must be exaggerated. She feels great satisfaction. She thinks it is unfair to boys. She wonders if it is true. 2 What does the word 'they' (line 5) refer to? 3 y which of the following could 'ig deal.' (line 13) be replaced? No chance! Really? Says who? So what! v3-2
34 4 ' girls are better at taking exams.' (lines 12-13) Why is this the case according to paragraph 2? They are better at coping with stress than boys are. They are more able to concentrate on their schoolwork than boys. They have to perform better than boys in order to be succesful. 5 'They don't deserve this fuss made over them.' (line 30) Waarom vindt de schrijfster, volgens alinea 3, dat jongens al die aandacht niet verdienen? 6 What would the alien in paragraph 4 have thought? oys are not able to pass the final exams. oys are not at all interested in their certificates. oys do not like being photographed. oys do not take part in these school exams. 7 What does the word 'them' (line40) refer to? 8 Waarom kon de vriend van nna niet even naar school gaan om zijn eindlijst te halen? 9 'Fair enough' (line 44) Which of the following does the writer express here? admiration disbelief doubt irritation E understanding 10 What does the word 'they' (line 51) refer to? 11 ' or anything else which helps you succeed in life' (lines 53-54). In de drie laatste alinea's worden hiervan enkele voorbeelden gegeven. In welke regels vinden we deze voorbeelden? Regels Regels Regels What does the word 'their' (line 55) refer to?
35 Tekst 2 The Good Gear Guide 1 Je zoekt bergschoenen waarvan je heel snel de veters kunt vastmaken. Welk(e) merk(en) kies je? 2 Je gaat wandelen in een warm land. Welk(e) merk(en) zijn geschikt?
36 Tekst 3 Laugh lines 3 Wat moet de winkelbediende gedacht hebben toen hij zei; We're open 'till ten tonight, you know? at de klant de openingstijden niet kende. at de klant een drankprobleem had. at de klant voor een druk restaurant werkte. 4 Waarom moest de schrijver van dit stukje 2x op één dag naar de slijterij?