Academic Writing Practice for IELTS by Sam McCarter

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Then Western discovered the reason for the fight. 'What? ' he laughed. 'Where is she? ' But Molly had crept away. 'Come gentlemen,' said Western. 'Be friends. ' Thwackum and Blifil refused, but Tom and the priest followed Mr Western and his ladies home for an evening of joy and good humour. Chapter 8 Mr Western Loses His Temper It was Mrs Western, Sophia's aunt, who first noticed Sophia's behaviour. She spoke about it to her brother. ' 'No, not I,' said Mr Western. ' 'I think there is,' replied his sister.

Some was his own, and some was once owned by Thwackum. Thwackum himself was there, looking badtempered. The last figure in the scene was Western the Great, standing proudly over everyone. Everyone rushed to Blifil, who showed little sign of life. Then suddenly, a lovelier object lay lifeless on the ground. Sophia, perhaps at the sight of blood, had fainted. 25 Sophia opened her eyes and cried, 'Oh, heavens,' just as her father, her aunt and the priest rushed up. Mrs Western saw her, and screamed.

Partridge soon came back, the landlord brought in beer and perfect calm returned to the kitchen. Chapter 13 An Inn's Reputation is Put at Risk Tom had not eaten for twenty-four hours, so when Mrs Waters invited him to have dinner with her in her room, he was happy to accept. While three pounds of meat which were once part of an animal now became part of Tom, Mrs Waters watched him with other things on her mind. Now Tom was really one of the handsomest young men in the world. His face was the picture of health, with signs of sweetness and good nature which were noticed by everyone who saw him.

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