'Senor Zorro is on the road again, they say,' the landlord began.'Why do I always hear his name?' cried Sergeant Gonzales angrily.Zorro fights to help the poor and weak in California under the Spanish Governor's rule. Sergeant Gonzales has promised to catch and kill him, so how does Zorro always escape? And how will Senorita Lolita - the only daughter of a fine but poor old family - choose between Zorro, the exciting outlaw,and Don Diego, the rich but boring young man who wants to marry her?If you need lively supplementary reading material, take a look at Oxford Dominoes - the readers series with integrated activities, ideal for individual study or for reading practice in class.The activities in Dominoes keep students engaged in the stories and help to reinforce their understanding of the key language. They can be completed at home or in class. The project activities in Dominoes build on the themes from the story and encourage students to draw on their own experiences.Activities include note-taking and language tasks, leading to extended writing, poster-making, and class presentations. They are ideal for group work in class or individual assignments.