11. must . . . shall
12. heavy burden
13. walked . . . path
15. heavy thing
16. answered . . .
18. . . . else
20. many children
21: . . . can . . .
. . . should . . .
22. . . . grateful
running board . . . car
23. perhaps . . . can
24. walk (v) . . . ?.
want . . .
26. wondered . . . could help
SUGGESTIONS FOR RE-STATEMENT OF WORD OR PHRASE
She got word, saw, made the discovery, news
came to her, etc.
had gone on waiting, kept waiting, etc.
was not able to
by the clock-or omit a little late, not possible, there was no time to
going in and out of the stores, with Christmas lasts or parcels, etc.
military, or special dress
soft leather or skin (but no such detail as
made from the skin of a young goat necessary!)
I'll have to . . . will
under a great weight, with a great weight on his back
got right in the way of, gone right in front of automobile, taxi
put his hand on, made use of, made a noise with, got ... working
street (not earth, in town thoroughfare)
said, was the old man's answer
(over, like right in 13, is a double-starred idiom but permitted)
no other place
seriously would be clearer for beginners
all the room is needed for her family, she has no space for me,
she has six (or seven) in her family
wet through, as wet as may be
touched; "that is very kind of you," said the old man;
the old man said what a great help that would be
it was hard for him to, it took two or three
attempts for him to, etc.
up to the taxi, onto the step of the taxi, onto the foot board
(Though run does not take the three endings, running and runner
may be used in clear contexts. Even so, the meaning of
running board would not be clear.)
give him help
I may be able to, I may have (or get)a chance to
were you going . . . . on foot?
made no answer, said nothing
he had no desire to let her see, he was not going to say
without a penny, had no money
What would it be possible to do for him?,
She kept turning over in her mind possible ways of helping him