2. Soon after he volunteered for military service, he received a book and a letter from this woman.
3. John Blandford was the only person to write her back.
4. She had faithfully written to John. Even when his letters did not arrive, she wrote anyway, without decrease.
5. As long as he received her letters, he felt as thought he could survive.
6. She declined his request and explained her objection.
7. Yes, but she had asked a lady well over forty to wear the rose on her coat.
8. She wanted to make sure that John didn’t love her just for her beauty.
1. forbid 2. identical 3. objection 4. warmth 5. volunteers
6. overseas 7. declined 8. resisted 9. fancy 10. decrease/decline
1. without fail 2. volunteer for 3. as long as 4. right away
5. more than 6. am thankful...for 7. wrote back 8. forbidden from
9. vanished into 10. was free to
1.O 2.J 3.G 4.H 5.L 6.A 7.E 8.B 9.C 10.N
1. sadness 2. weakness 3. carelessness 4. illness
5. darkness 6. kindness 7. laziness 8. nervousness
1. noisy 2. wealthy 3. sunny 4. lucky
5. tasty 6. healthy 7. angry 8. icy
1. It is necessary for the manager to finish the whole task before leaving for a holiday.
2. It is a shame to take so much money for doing so little.
3. It is our responsibility to help people around us who are in trouble.
4. It is a surprise for us all to realize he has been cheating us.
5. It is pleasant for the mother to see her daughter growing into a young lady.
1. as long as she got her father's agreement
2. As long as you set a goal for yourself
3. As long as she covers all the expenses herself
4. as long as she does her job well
5. As long as you never lose heart
1. It is a great pleasure to meet friends from afar.
2. It doesn't matter whether the cat is black or white as long as it catches mice.
3. You must let me have the money back without fail by ten o'clock tomorrow morning.
4. Allow me to take part in this project: I am more than a little interested in it.