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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'​s ​house. They had a pretty daughter, and Jack soon loved her very much. +One Saturday afternoon Fanny knocked at Ethel'​s ​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.'+
 </​poem>​ </​poem>​
  
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