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    Tenses in a text : Billy Weaver (1)

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    Billy Weaver, 17, West from London but he in Bath before. He it was a beautiful town and he was quite happy to be there to start his new job on the following day. 'Where lodgings ?', he wondered. At the station, he the porter who had suggested a pub : 'The Bell and Dragon'. So, he for the nearest pub where he a room. The night air deadly cold and like a blade of ice.
    He anyone in Bath as it was his first stay there. On his way to the 'Bell and Dragon', he a sign at a window : 'BED and BREAKFAST', it said. He through the window of a pleasantly furnished living room. On a thick carpet a cute little dog up in front of a bright and warm fire-place. At the back of the room, a caged parrot the wonderful picture : 'Here, I at home!', he thought and the bell before he it.
    A smiling middle-aged woman at once, like a 'Jack-in-the-box' ! Surprised, Billy asked her how much she for a room in her B&B ! He when she announced how cheap it was ! Then he his future room : a wonderful and comfortable one.
    He his case and came down for the papers, as he to. Putting his name in the 'guest book', he noticed only two other names before his : Christopher Mullholland, 17 and Gregory Temple, 28. Why on earth a bell in his mind ? The landlady was living on the first floor, Billy on the second one, and the other two guests were on the third one,' he was told. 'Of course, they , and they ! ready for a nice cup of tea and a biscuit '? Billy the tea which pleasantly tasted like bitter almonds... 'Yes ! this place! ', he thought...

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