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 ====== Complex Object through Context - Виталий vs Гриша ====== ====== Complex Object through Context - Виталий vs Гриша ======
  
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 <poem> <poem>
-Jack was a young sailorHe lived in England, but he was often away with his ship+Fanny and Ethel worked in the same office, and they were neighbours at home. Fanny was rather careless girl, and she often lost thingsThen she usually went to Ethel to borrow more from her. Ethel was a kind girl, but she sometimes got tired of lending things to her friend
-One summer he came back from a long voyage and found new neighbours near his mother'house. They had a pretty daughter, and Jack soon loved her very much. +One Saturday afternoon Fanny knocked at Ethel'front door, and when Ethel came to open it, Fanny said to her, 'Oh, hullo, Ethel. Please lend me bag. I've lost mine. I'm going to the shops, and I feel very stupid when I haven't got anything in my hand when I go out in the street.' 
-He said to her, 'My next voyage will begin in few days' time, GloriaI love you, and I'll marry you when I come back. I'll think about you all the time, and I'll write to you and send you a present from every port.' +Ethel laughed and answeredWell, Fanny, go down to the end of the gardenYou'll find a nice wheel barrow in the shed there. Take that when you go down to the shopsThen you'll have something in both of your hands.'
-Jack's first port was Freetown in Africaand he sent Gloria a parrot from thereIt spoke five languages. +
-When Jack's ship reached Australia, there was a letter from GloriaIt said, 'Thank you for the parrot, JackIt tasted much better than a chicken.'+
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