Past Simple-Past Continuous, zastosowanie w tekstach cz. 2

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It was a bitterly cold night. It was raining heavily. Sally was walking along the empty road and tears were running down her face. She reached a street lamp and stopped there.
She had nowhere to go to, no one to stay with ... nothing! She was soaked to the skin but this didn't seem to bother her. Suddenly she felt a gentle tap on her shoulder. Suprised, she turned around. In the pale yellow light she saw a stranger. He was wearing clothes as black as night, but his face was kind and calm.


She had nowhere to go to, no one to stay with ... nothing!

Nie musiała donikąd iśc, nikt z nią nie został ... nic!
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edytowany przez klemens001: 15 sty 2014
zdania sa ok.
Suprised;)
nie miala dokad isc...
Cytat: fui_eu
Surprised;)

;]
edytowany przez klemens001: 15 sty 2014
Może ktoś odpowie, bo nie ma sensu zakładać nowego tematu

Who were the people involved and how did they feel ?
-People involved in the story were Sally and the stranger. Sally felt frightened and annoyed. The stranger seemed to be glad.
edytowany przez klemens001: 16 sty 2014
historia dotyczyla sally i nieznajomego
źle się wyraziłem, dałem odpowiedź i czy taka odpowiedź na to pytanie jest w miarę poprawna.
edytowany przez klemens001: 16 sty 2014
jest poprawna

tylko, kind - miły, glad - zadowolony
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