Переведите пожалуйста!срочно нужно! On Monday morning Torrey went down to the __________ after phoning for an appointment. A pleasant-faced girl took her to Mr Brock's office. Thanks, Miss Clavel/ Good morning, Miss Thorne. He rose and shook hands with her. He's nice, thought Torrey. She took the chair he offerd, and he sat down in the chair before a desk littered with papers,books,a chart,and letters. I understand you have a college degree and a year of ________ school, but not a _____degree, is that it? Torry agreed. Then we can only offerd you half-time employment for the present. It has been suggested that you might like to complete the credits for your degree. I'd like to try. No reason why you can't. Want to try the half-time job for a week or two and see how it goes ? I heven't had much practical experience, Mr Brock. Will there be someone to show me the ropes ? Clarissa Clvel, the girl who brought you in. She's a top specialist . She'll help you if you need it. All _______ work is a mass of detail, as you must realize, after a year in ___ school. But while books and records are important , people are more so. And children, he added, are more important than anybody/ Which do you prefer, morning or afternoon? Torrey hadn't thought about that. How about afternoons to start with? Mr Brock suggested. Then you can see what is offered at ________ School. If your classes come in the morning, we can continue the arrangement, or we can change if necessary. Then you can see what is offered at_______School. If your classes come in the morning , we can continue the arrangement, or we can change if necessary. There are always more children here in the afternoon.The morning flew by with too many things to learn all at once. Torrey’s head wasspinning‘ with the complex details.She enjoyed working with Clarissa, admiring her quick mind, her knowledge, hereasy and good-natured way of dealing with the children who came in. Torrey liked thechildren. They let her help them find the books they wanted. She liked it.“Think I’ll ever get it straight?” she asked Clarissa.“Sure. You’re doing all right. It takes some people weeks to get the hang of all thosecards and numbers. And you’re fine with the children.”“I made a lot of mistakes.”“Everybody does when they first come in. Nobody on the outside has any idea howmuch there is to learn about a___________.Torrey went home feeling encouraged. She had a job she was sure she would like andshe was earning money.The next afternoon Torrey spent learning about a _________ . There seemed tobe no end to the things she had to learn, details of filing and sorting and shelving.She had learned the principles at _________ school, but each ________ hadcertain rules and arrangements of its own. These had been found to work and hadbeen carried along through the years because it would involve too much time andtrouble to change them.