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St. Paul’s School
I have sweet memories of my childhood and my family. I also (1) _______ going to St. Paul’s School at the age of eleven. There I was made to work really hard for the first time in my life. At my prep school I was top in almost every subject without having to do much more than any other child, and (2) _______ I was called “swot” or “swotty”, it never worried me. At St. Paul’s there turned (3) _______ to be several boys who were clever, but none of them could touch me when it came to maths. I enjoyed a subject so many of my classmates seemed to dread. I couldn’t wait for the next algebraic equation, a further geometric puzzle or the challenge of solving an arithmetic test in my head while others in the form sucked their pencils as they (4) _______ pages of figures.
I did quite well in other subjects and although I was not much good at games I took up the cello and was invited to join the school orchestra, but my form master (5) _______ none of this was important because I was obviously going to be a mathematician for the rest of my life. I didn’t understand what he meant at the time, as I knew Dad had left school at fourteen to help my grandfather to sell fruit and vegetables at his small grocery. Mum had gone to London University, but she (6) _______ had to work to keep Dad “in the style to which he’d become accustomed.” Or that’s what I (7) _______ to hear Mum telling him at breakfast from time to time.
- A) review B) remind C) remember D) repeat
- A) however B) although C) therefore D) nevertheless
- A) over B) off C) in D) out
- A) reflected B) thought C) considered D) judged
- A) spoke B) said C) talked D) told
- A) still B) even C) just D) so
- A) held B) used C) kept D) made