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The Cambridge Grammar of English, CGE, is not to be confused with the Cambridge Grammar of th. ec 7, 2010. cambridge grammar of english paperback with cd rom a comprehensive guideTitle: Cambridge Grammar of English: A Comprehensive Guide Spoken and Written English Grammar and UsageThe optional CD-. ROM presents seven on-screen TOEFL iBT exams that simulate actual. Cambridge IELTS 8 Book and Audio Product Details:Paperback: 176.
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A Wolf had been feasting too greedily, and a bone had stuck crosswise in his throat. He could get it neither up nor down, and of course, he could not eat a thing. Naturally, that was an awful state of affairs for a greedy Wolf. So away he hurried to the Crane. He was sure that she, with her long neck and bill, would easily be able to reach the bone and pull it out. I will reward you very handsomely, said the Wolf, if you pull that bone out for me. The Crane, as you can imagine, was very uneasy about putting her head in Wolf’s throat. But she was grasping in nature, so she did what the Wolf asked her to do. When the.
The Wolf tried to swallow it but he couldn’t. It started hurting so terribly that the wolf couldn’t bear the pain any longer. He ran out to look for help. First, he met a Bear. I would give you anything if you help me take out the bone, the wolf said. But the Bear’s paw was too big and he couldn’t help. Then, the Wolf saw his friend Fox. Please, Fox, I’m in a great pain. If you help me take the bone out, I will give you whatever you want. The Crane made the Wolf open his mouth as wide as he could and quickly took out the bone from inside the Wolf’s throat. but the Wolf just grinned and said You received your gift already. You put your head inside a Wolf’s mouth. Reddit 0. Thumblr Post.
The wolf began whining with pain. The pain was unbearable. The wolf got worried and began thinking, "The pain will subside in due course. But, what will happen if the bone doesn't come out. I won't be able to eat anything. I will starve to death. The wolf began thinking of some possible remedy to overcome theproblem. He immediately went to the crane and said, "My friend, I've a bone stuck deep into my throat. If you could please pull it out of my throat with your long beak, I shall pay you suitably for your help and remain ever-grateful to yo. The crane saw his pitiable condition and agreed to help him. He put him long beak, and in the process, half of his neck also, deep into the throat of the wolf and pulled the bone out. The wolf was very happy to have the bone pulled out of his throat. Now pay me my fees, please," The crane requested. What fees?", said the wolf.