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“ If that is too much , ” she added , “ then perhaps I can lower the price a bit . ” “ Five and sixpence is fine , ” Billy answered . “ I would like to stay here . ” “ I knew you would . ” she answered . The landlady seemed very nice . She looked exactly like the mother of one of 45 his old school friends . “ Let me take your hat and coat , ” she offered . There were no other hats or coats hanging in the hall . “ That’s weird , ” Billy thought to himself . “ We have the house all to ourselves , ” the landlady said , smiling at him . “ I don’t 50 often have the pleasure of inviting a visitor into my little nest . ” “ But , before I show you to your room , please go into the living room and sign the guest book . Everyone has to do that because it’s the law , you know . ” She smiled and disappeared . 5 weird 6 nest 9 What was strange about the hall of the house ? 10 What did the landlady ask Billy to do ? Basic Understanding 1 In your notebook , number the sentences in the order they happened in the story . a . In the light of a street lamp , Billy saw a BED AND BREAKFAST sign in the window . b . Billy asked the porter at the station for the name of a place to stay . c . Billy entered the house . d . Immediately , the door opened and a woman stood there . e . He picked up his suitcase and set out for The Bell and Dragon . f . Billy rang the front doorbell of the house . Now Read 2 A GET READY Before reading Part 2 of the story look at the New Words below and do the exercises on page 120 of the Workbook . NEW WORDS ( 2 ) aloud die fascinating handsome I suppose interrupt lately lucky straight ahead strange stuff ( v ) upstairs EXTRA charming familiar fooled gently innocently B Do you think Billy made a good choice by deciding to stay at the bed and breakfast ?

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