The largest snowfall in decades
It was about 6pm when I heard a knock on the door. It ___BE___ Jason, my teenage neighbour. He looked cold and upset.
“What’s wrong, Jason?”
“I ___LOSE___ my key and I can’t get into my house.”
“Come in. Today’s not a day for long walks, or long waits,” I looked out the window. It ___SNOW___ hard and it was windy. The weather was getting ___BAD___ every hour.
Jason ___TAKE___ off his coat and boots. His ___FOOT___ were wet and I gave him a pair of socks to change into. A cup of hot tea and some biscuits soon made the boy feel warm.
“Where are your parents, Jason?”
“I ___NOT/KNOW___. I can’t call them because of this,” he pulled his phone out of his pocket and showed it to me – the screen ___BREAK___ and the phone was obviously dead.
Jason focused on the food again. He took his ___FOUR___ biscuit and said: “I wish my mum could make biscuits like this.”