Exercise 3 - Narrative
Complete the story with the past forms of the verbs.
) at her grandma's cottage, which was only a few minutes later as he
) a shortcut, he
) on the door. Before the poor unfortunate woman
), the wolf
) into the cottage,
) the old lady and
) her up in one gulp. Then he
) into her night clothes, and
) into the old lady's bed.
) the little girl's grandma, the wolf now
) slightly better, but it was the little girl that the wolf
) forward to really, because, which I think I've forgotten to tell you, Red Riding Hood
) rather a plump young girl, and
) to be a bit more nourishing than her old grandma, who
) to be honest, a bit on the skinny side. Not long after, the little girl herself
) at the door. She
) a bit out of breath because she
). "Hopefully that's the last I've seen of that wolf," she
) to herself, wondering if in fact he wasn't perhaps a little strange after all. Before she even had time to ring the bell, she heard a voice. "Come on in dear, it's open,"
) the wolf, who
) her walk up the path, from the bedroom window. "That's strange,"
) the girl, "her voice seems a bit deeper than usual. Perhaps she's got a cold." Then she
) that her mother
) her that her grandma
) ill, and that was why she
) her the food.