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Exercise "Pride and Prejudice : Mr Darcy", created by anonyme (a free exercise to learn English):
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Question 1 passed: 61.2 %
-Mr. Darcy: […] but I must be allowed to * myself against the charges laid at my door.
Question 2 passed: 55.9 %
In particular, those relating to Mr. Wickham, which, if true would indeed be grievous but are wholly without * and which I can only refute by laying before you his connection with my family.
Question 3 passed: 29.6 %
Mr. Wickham is the son of a very respectable man who had the management of our family estates and my own father was fond of him and held him in high *.
Question 4 passed: 61.1 %
We played together as boys. After his father's early death, my father * him at school and afterwards at Cambridge and hoped he would make the Church his profession.
Question 5 passed: 32.1 %
But by then, George Wickham's habits were as dissolute as his * were engaging.
Question 6 passed: 36.1 %
My own excellent father died five years ago and his attachment to Mr. Wickham was, to the last, so steady that he * that a valuable family living might be his as soon as it was vacant.
Question 7 passed: 42.5 %
Mr. Wickham declined any interest in the Church as a career but requested and was granted the * of three thousand pounds instead of the living.
Question 8 passed: 44.4 %
He expressed an intention of studying the law. I wished rather than believed him to be *.
Question 9 passed: 33.8 %
-Mr. Wickham: Thank you. I'm most exceedingly *. -Mr. Darcy: All connection between us seemed now dissolved. -Mr. Wickham: Georgiana.
Question 10 passed: 23.8 %
-Mr. Darcy: Being now free from all *, his life was one of idleness and dissipation.
Question 11 passed: 52.8 %
How he lived I know not but last summer our paths * again under the most painful circumstances which I, myself, would wish to forget.
Question 12 passed: 56.3 %
My sister, Georgiana, who is more than ten years my *, was left to the guardianship of Colonel Fitzwilliam and myself.
Question 13 passed: 57.8 %
About a year ago she was taken from school to Ramsgate and placed in the * of a Mrs Young in whose character we were most unhappily deceived.
Question 14 passed: 29.9 %
And thither also went Mr Wickham, undoubtedly by *.
Question 15 passed: 68 %
She was persuaded to believe herself in * and to consent to an elopement. She was then but fifteen years old.
Question 16 passed: 39.4 %
A day or two before the intended elopement I * them unexpectedly.
Question 17 passed: 52.2 %
Unable to support the idea of grieving a * whom she looked up to almost as a father, she acknowledged the whole plan to me at once.
Question 18 passed: 43.9 %
You may imagine what I felt and how I *. Mr Wickham left the place immediately. Come.
Question 19 passed: 25.5 %
Mr Wickham relinquished his object, which was, of course my sister's fortune of 30 000 pounds. The secondary * must have been to revenge himself of me.
Question 20 passed: 45.5 %
Had he succeeded, his * would have been complete indeed. This, madame, is a faithful narrative of all my dealings with Mr Wickham.
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