English 8.7.15

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    • Lamb to the slaughter
      • Strong
        • 'without any pause she swung the big frozen leg of lamb high in the air and brought it down as hard as she could on the back of his head.'
      • Cunning
        • 'That was better. Both the smile and the voice were coming out better now. She rehearsed it several times more.
      • Independent
        • Thats the way she told herself. Do everything right and natural. Keep things absolutley natural and there will be no need for any acting at all.
      • Manipulative
        • why dont you eat that lamb up thats in the oven. It'll be cooked just right by now.//Please eat it.
    • The Adventure of the Speckled Band.
      • Weak
        • 'You have been cruelly used' said Holmes. The lady coloured deeply and covered her injured wrist. 'He is a hard man' she said, 'and perhaps he hardly knows his own strength.
      • Naive
        • Could you swear to it?' 'That was what the county coroner asked me at the inquiry. It is my strong impression that I heard it and yet, among the crash of the gale and the creaking of an old house, I may have possibly been decieved.'
      • Dependent
        • 'But have you told all?' 'Yes all.' 'Miss Roylott, you ave not. You are screening your stepfather.' 'Why, what do you mean?'
          • 'You have been cruelly used' said Holmes. The lady coloured deeply and covered her injured wrist. 'He is a hard man' she said, 'and perhaps he hardly knows his own strength.
      • Honest
        • My name is Helen Stoner, and I am living with my stepfather, who is the last survivor of one of the oldest Saxon families in England.

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joshualuke1998

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