4)Read the short extract and fill in the gaps with
the words below. Say how mother raised Jessica.


The trouble was that Jessica had been brought up by a
strong, clear-minded and independent woman and (1)

________________ with
the expectation that she would be the same. This had meant that at the earliest
(2)


___________________ she had been
encouraged to fly the nest and (3)___________________________ her
wings. At no


time had she
considered marriage or ever having children; the two things didn't (4)_____________________________ into


her thinking. As a child there had been no
bed-time stories of young girls being rescued by handsome princes. “Whatever
you want to do,” her mother would say when kissing her goodnight, “believe you
can do it and you will.” And more important than anything else, make sure you
enjoy what you do. Which

might have (5)_____________________ some children into
becoming (6)__________________________ achievers,
but


not Jessica.

What it did was convince her from an early age
that whatever she did would be because she wanted to do it, and for no other
reason.


1 A raised В grown С produced D
reared



2 A occasion В possibility С opportunity' D
moment



3
A spread В open С flap D tty



4 A come В go С move D
get



5 A causcd В provoked С incited D
incensed



6
A great В tug С huge D high

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  • nunny
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2014-01-26T08:28:41+00:00

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The trouble was that Jessica had been brought up by a strong, clear-minded and independent woman and (1) 1  A raised with the expectation that she would be the same. This had meant that at the earliest (2) С opportunity she had been encouraged to fly the nest and (3) D try her wings. At no time had she considered marriage or ever having children; the two things didn't (4)4  A come into her thinking. As a child there had been no bed-time stories of young girls being rescued by handsome princes. “Whatever
you want to do,” her mother would say when kissing her goodnight, “believe you can do it and you will.” And more important than anything else, make sure you enjoy what you do. Which might have (5)
5  С incited   some children into becoming (6)6 A great achievers, but not Jessica. What it did was convince her from an early age that whatever she did would be because she wanted to do it, and for no other reason.