1. The woman (busy) herself with cooking, while the man (slice) bacon and (fire) the stove. 2. He was up before the sun on the last day. A gale from the west (blow) all night, making him wakeful. 3. It (be) a cold, harsh, winter day. There (be) snow some hours before, and it (lie), not deep, but hard-frozen on the ground. 4. He (try) to catch what thay (say), but thay (be) too far from him and (speak) in very low voices. 5. As the wet twilight (deepen), I (stop) in a solitary bridle-path, which I (pursue) an hour or more. 6. He (not/be) so mush surprised to see me as I (expect). 7. I (go) to bed and (fall) asleep, when my guardian (knock) at the door of my room and (beg) me to get up directly. 8. I (have) a wash and brush-up before starting out to go to the luncheon Elliot (invite) me to, when thay (ring) up from the reception to say that he (be) below. 9. Mrs Bedwin, who (listen) at the parlour door, (hasten) into the corridor in a breathless state. 10. Sara (be right) in her prediction. Madam Sharon's face (be) a picture that next morning when she (find) out that Sara (go).

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  • nunny
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2014-04-02T23:37:49+04:00

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1. The woman busied herself with cooking, while the man was slicing bacon and firing the stove. 2. He was up before the sun on the last day. A gale from the west had been blowing all night, making him wakeful. 3. It was a cold, harsh, winter day. There had been snow some hours before, and itwas lying, not deep, but hard-frozen  on the ground. 4. He was trying to catch what thay were saying, but they were too far from him and speaking in very low voices. 5. As the wet twilight was deepening, I stopped in a solitary bridle-path, which I had been pursuing for an hour or more. 6. He was not so mush surprised to see me as I had expected. 7. I had gone to bed and fallen asleep, when my guardian knocked at the door of my room and begged me to get up directly. 8. I had had a wash and brush-up before starting out to go to the luncheon Elliot had invited me to, when thay rang up from the reception to say that he was below. 9. Mrs Bedwin, who was listening at the parlour door, (hastened into the corridor in a breathless state. 10. Sara had been right in her prediction. Madam Sharon's face was a picture that next morning when she found) out that Sara had gone.