|Number||Word||Word or Expression||Lines|
|2||(to) pull out||l. 13-23|
|4||(to) meet||l. 33-44|
|5||(to) believe||l. 45-56|
|A||terminal (l. 3)||0||a building where passengers arrive and leave|
|B||bolt (l. 17)||1||something you don't look at|
|C||mitten (l. 21)||2||a very loud and deep noise|
|D||bellow (l. 24)||3||a solid, short metal thing used to connect two items|
|E||confidence (l. 31)||4||the sound made by a dog|
|F||ignorance (l. 50)||5||a secret that you tell somebody|
|6||a lack of knowledge, learning or information|
|7||a kind of glove that does not have separate parts for each finger|
bestselling(BESTSELLER) author Bill Bryson comes an amazing biography of William Shakespeare, the most famous poet in the English language, who left behind
|1||(NEAREST) a million words of text. "Shakespeare" is an|
|2||(AMUSEMENT) travel guide to 16th century England. As Bryson leads us|
|3||through the (CROWD) streets of Elizabethan England, he brings to life the characters and places that inspired Shakespeare's work. Along the way, he|
|4||(CELEBRATION) Shakespeare's legacy to our literature, culture and|
|0||If only I had reach Bill Bryson at school.
I wish I had read(WISH) Bill Bryson at school.
|1||Travel books were reinvented by Bill Bryson.
It was (WHO) travel books.
|2||Bryson writes not only travel books but also books on science.
Bryson (BOTH) books on science.
|3||After he settled in Britain, Bryson worked as a journalist.
After Bryson settled in Britain, he (USED) as a journalist.
|4||"I'd strongly advise you to buy Bill Bryson's latest book."
"If I (WERE) buy Bill Bryson's latest book."
|5||"You should definitely watch the film A Walk in the Woods.
"The film A Walk in the Woods (WORTH).