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After the war
When the war ended I returned to Trinity College and was granted an extra year to complete my degree. (1) _______ my father and mother considered my grant at Trinity the highlight of the year, I thought Dad’s receiving an award from the Queen was more important.
The ceremony turned (2) _______ to be a double delight, because I was able to witness my old tutor, Professor Bradford, receive his award for the role he had played in the field of breaking German military codes (3) _______ the war. I was proud of our little team working under Professor Bradford – as Churchill stated in the House of Commons, we had probably cut the length of the war by a year.
We all met up afterwards for tea at the Ritz, and not unnaturally at some (4) _______ during the afternoon the conversation switched to what career I proposed to follow now the war was over. To my father’s credit he had never once (5) _______ that I should join him at the family company, especially as I knew how much he had longed for another son who might eventually (6) _______ his place. In fact, during the summer vacation I became even more conscious of my good fortune, as Father seemed to be preoccupied with the business and Mother was unable to hide her own anxiety about the future of the company. But whenever I asked if I could help all she would (7) _______ was, “Don’t worry, it will all work out in the end.”
- A) however B) moreover C) although D) therefore
- A) over B) out C) into D) off
- A) while B) until C) unless D) during
- A) event B) occasion C) point D) case
- A) offered B) suggested C) proposed D) presented
- A) take B) make C) hold D) keep
- A) tell B) speak C) say D) talk