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When I found that ''I were a prisoner'' a sort of wild feeling came over me.
a) No change b) we were a prisoner c) I was a prisoner d) I was an prisoner
''I rushed up at the stairs'', trying every door and peering out of every window I could find but after a little the conviction of my helplessness overpowered all other feelings.
a) No change. b) I rushed up--down the stairs c) I rushed up, and down the stairs d) I rushed up and down the stairs
I rushed up at the stairs, trying every door and peering out of every window I could ''find but'' after a little the conviction of my helplessness overpowered all other feelings.
a) No change b) find; but c) find, but, d) find, but
When I look back after a few hours I think I must have been mad for the time, ''for I behaving much as a rat does in a trap''.
a) No change. b) for I behaved as much as a rat does in a trap c) because I behave much as a rat does in a trap d) for I behaved much as the rat does in the trap
When, however, the conviction had come to me that I was helpless I sat down quietly, ''as quietly as I have never done'' anything in my life, and began to think over what was best to be done.
a) No change b) as quietly as I have ever done c) as quiet as I had ever done d) as quietly as I would ever have done
''He knows well that I imprisoned'', and as he has done it himself, and has doubtless his own motives for it, he would only deceive me if I trusted him fully with the facts.
a) No change b) They know well that I am imprisoned c) He knows well that I am imprisoned d) She knows well that I am imprisoned
He knows well that I imprisoned, and as he has done it himself, and ''has doubtless his own motives for it'', he would only deceive me if I trusted him fully with the facts.
a) No change b) has doubtless his own motives for those things, c) has doubtless himself his own motives for it, d) has doubted his own motives for it,
So far as I can see, my only plan will be ''to keep my knowledge and your fears to myself'', and my eyes open.
a) No change b) to try keeping my own knowledge and fears to myself c) to keep my knowledge and fears to me d) to keep my knowledge and my fears to myself
I had hardly come to this conclusion when I heard the great door below shut, and knew that the ''Count was returned''.
a) No change b) Count would have been returning c) Count was returning d) Count could return
He did not come at once into the ''library, so'' I went cautiously to my own room and found him making the bed.
a) No change b) library. So c) library; so d) library, yet
This was odd, but only confirmed what I had all along thought, that there are no ''servants around the house''.
a) No change. b) servants outside of the house c) servants in the house d) servant's about the house
''When later I saw him through the chink of the hinges of the door setting the table in the dinning room. I '' was assured of it.
a) No change b) When later I saw him through the chink of hte hinges of the door setting the table i the dining room, I c) When later I saw him through the chink of the hinges of the door setting the table in the dining room, I d) When later I saw him throug hthe chink of hte hinges of the door setting the table in the dining room: I
For if he does himself all these menial offices, surely it is proof that there is no one else in teh castle, it must have been the Count himself who was the driver of the coach that ''brought me her.''
a) No change b) would bring me here. c) , brought me here. d) brung me here.
This is a terrible thought, for if so, what does it mean that he could control the wolves, as he did, ''by only holding up his hand for silence. How '' was it that all the people at Bistritz and on the coach had some terrible fear for me?
a) No change. b) by only holding up his hand for silence, how c) by only holding up his hand for silence? How d) by only holding up his hand for silence; How
''What meant the giving of the crucifix of the garlic of the wild rose of the mountain ash?''
a) No change b) What meant the giving of the crucifix, of the garlic of the wild rose of the mountain ash? c) What meant the giving of the crucifix, of the garlic, of the wild rose, yet of the mountain ash? d) What meant the giving of the crucifix, of the garlic, of the wild rose, of the mountain ash?
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