A few days ago Kim’s family moved house. Kim had very mixed feelings about it. On the one hand, she ___FELT___ happy with her new room. It was larger than the room she used to live in. Everything in this room ___WAS_ARRANGED___ in Kim’s favourite colours and according to her taste. The flat was on the ___FIFTH___ floor in an old brick building. From her window Kim could see the large garden, which now was covered with bright yellow ___LEAVES___, and the tiled roofs at a distance.
“I’d be very happy if I ___LIVED___ here,” Kim’s friend, Jessica, said when she visited her for the first time. “And how is your new school?” she asked, still admiring the fresh wallpapered walls with a few framed photos on ___THEM___. “You ___HAVE_MADE___ new friends there, right?”
These words made Kim feel nervous. “No, not yet.” she answered. Then she said that she ___WOULD_GO___ to her new school only the next Monday and that the school looked nice and modern and there was a swimming pool in it. What Kim ___DID_NOT_TELL___ her friend was that she was awfully afraid of going there and meeting her new classmates and teachers.