Szövegkiegészítési feladat 5. (középfok)

Egészítsd ki a szöveget a megfelelő szavakkal. Minden szót csak egyszer használhatsz.
The children chattering Miss Hughes entered the classroom. Then they stood up as one body and in a loud chorus: "Good morning, teacher." Miss Hughes smiled, said good morning too and told the class to sit down a glance there seemed to be about thirty-five pupils in the . The majority girls. She noticed several intelligent faces. All the pupils were watching her intently, waiting no to find out what of person she was.
"I you want to know my name," she said. But before she tell them, someone in the class called out, "It's Miss Hughes." Everybody laughed. Miss Hughes laughed too.
"News quickly," she said. "I'm afraid it will me longer to learn all your names."
Miss Hughes opened the attendance register and called their names in turn. When she to the last name on the list, John Young, she noticed that he had been absent for over a month.
"What's the matter with John Young?" she asked, up.
"He's in hospital, Miss Hughes," said a fair-haired girl in the front . "He's broken his leg." "He slipped on the ice," added one of the boys.
" anyone been to see him in hospital?" Miss Hughes asked. No one replied. It was to start the lesson. "Now me see," said Miss Hughes, looking at the timetable. "The first lesson is English."
"Oh! Please tell us a story," begged one of the girls. Several of the pupils repeated this. Miss Hughes smiled.
"Very well," she said. "But first of all I want you to write a letter John Young. We'll send the best ones to cheer him up in hospital. Afterwards I'll tell you a story, if you're good."
They were all writing busily when Miss Hughes slipped out of the classroom to fetch a book which she left in the staffroom. She passed the headmistress in the corridor.
"Any trouble from that class ?" the headmistress asked.
"Not so far," said Miss Hughes confidently. "They all seem very well ."