The four students caught up with her speed and cornered her. Answer: He ran down the stairs to see what had happened. He was looking at the sky. This lesson for teenagers and adults at B2 level uses materials in the writing skills section on LearnEnglish Teens and focuses on helping students plan and write a story. “Oh”, said the bride’s father, “salt is truly the sweetest thing in the world. ((w.adpushup = w.adpushup || {}).control = (w.adpushup.control || [])).push(k); I was angry but decided to act wisely. He had no interest in them and the compelling behaviour of the prison-people made him sullen and rebellious. Moral of the story is, “Truth doesn’t cost you anything but a lie could cost you everything”. One fine day, he and his friend went into the woods. Content : 6 marks When she saw four senior students advancing towards her, she got terrified and started going towards her classroom hurriedly. If you have any questions about the use of these materials please email us at:teachingenglish@britishcouncil.org, © British Council, 10 Spring Gardens, London SW1A 2BN, UK He made some vague signs as if he was trying to tell me something. No sooner did he reach there when suddenly the land between the neighbours’ buildings started tearing apart. I went up to her and asked her if she had any problem. Uday was the son of Late Lieutenant Ramakant Mishra. I didn’t want my friend to go so early. k.setAttribute("data-push", "1"); He wanted to get education but his financial condition did not allow him to do so. The man entered with a torch in his hand. He bandaged her eyes and applied some medicine to her eyes. Is it bleak, joyful, dramatic, suspenseful, scary, energetic? The alien rushed out through the window towards the space-ship. The drivers of both the cars were badly injured. He went and pressed the bell again. She was feeling very nervous. I got up from the chair and opened the window. 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Tell students to list 4-5 plot events for the story. Uday refused, He knew in his heart that he had got his reward. Suddenly at night, he heard a loud thumping sound. After five minutes, the noise started again. Answer: Accuracy : 2 mark “What is the sweetest thing in the world?” She was there, at the same spot. The case was decided in favour of the old lady and the doctor was punished. You must so choose a start that your reader gets hooked to the story. I called up the ambulance service and the police as well. Tortoise and hare – good friends – tortoise – known for his slow speed – hare has fast speed – makes fun of tortoise – challenges him – referee selected – race starts – hare overconfident – takes a nap – tortoise wins.