Susan’s father often had to go to different countries on business. That evening, he came home ___LATER___ than usual. He looked tired. Susan ___KNEW___ that the next week her father was going to China to discuss a new project. At dinner, her father asked Susan if she ___WANTED___ to go with him. It was a bit unexpected but Susan liked the idea at once. It was her ___SIXTEENTH___ birthday in a few days. And Susan thought it ___WOULD_BE___ fun to celebrate it abroad. However, there was one thing she wanted to clear up before the trip: “Are you going to be busy from morning till night? I ___DO_NOT_WANT___ to sit in the hotel all the time alone.”
“You won’t have to,” her father reassured Susan. “I ___HAVE_PREPARED___ all the project papers already. So, while our partners are studying them, we’ll have plenty of time for sightseeing.”
“Great!” Susan ran up to her room to pack.
“Remember to take some comfortable shoes. Otherwise your ___FEET___ will hurt after the long excursions.” Her father’s advice was always practical. Half an hour later everything ___WAS_PACKED___ in a suitcase and Susan called her best friend to tell her the news.