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Reading and Grammar Practice

Stories for Reading Comprehension 3 Unit 29





alone
lonely

cruel
cruelly

disobeyed
obeyed

exchanged
changed

fear
feared

gun
gone
however
nowhere

marry
merry

one
won

probably
probable

protested
protesting

quiet
quite
same
some

terrified
terrifying

thought
though
through

unfortunate
fortunate

ward
word





Transform the voice of the sentences.

1. He is a strict man who did not like to be criticised.
2. One day Clive had read an article in the newspaper about a small group of young English women.
3. They want to come to Australia to become married to Australian men.
4. For the next six months he would be exchanging letters with a young lady called Mary Calderwood.