The Blanket 3

Gap-fill exercise

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They did not hear the two coming down the road, Dad and the pretty girl with a hard face like a doll. But they heard her and the tune stopped suddenly.
Dad did not say a word, but the girl walked up to Granddad and said prettily, "I'll not be seeing you in the morning, so I came over to say good-bye." "It's kind of you," said Granddad, looking at the floor; and then seeing the blanket at his feet, he down to pick it . "And will you look at this," he said, sounding himself like a little boy. "Isn't this a blanket my son has given me to go away with?" "Yes," she said, "it's a fine blanket." She the wool again and said, "A fine blanket indeed." She turned to Dad and said to him coldly, "Must cost a pretty penny.
Dad cleared his . . . "I . . . I wanted him to have the best. . . ."
The girl stood there, still looking at the blanket. "Mmmm . . . it's a one, too."