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English Grammar through Stories
by Alan Townend



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convincing those electors who had voted against her.



She was on the point of bringing off a very difficult task given to her

by her minister when she found herself being brought back to earth

with a bang.

She was about to achieve success in a very difficult project her

minister had given her when she suddenly was faced with reality

again.



Another young politician, a bit older than her, was also trying to

make his name and he was able to bring about what she had failed

to achieve in time.

Another young politician, a bit older than her, was also trying to

make a name for himself and he succeeded in accomplishing what

she had failed to achieve in time.



From then on there was great rivalry between the two, which

brought about a lively debate in the national press.

From then on there was a huge competition between the two which

caused a colourful discussion in the national press.



She even brought her mother in on the concerns she was expressing

to colleagues about her sense of unease whenever she had any

dealings with the man.

She even involved her mother in the misgivings she was pointing out

to colleagues about the her discomfort she felt whenever she had

any business with the man.



At the end of the first year just before the summer recess, a

revelation was brought to light, which was to change Sheila's life.

At the end of the first year shortly before the summer break, a fact

was revealed, which was to alter Sheila's life.



The celebrated Mr. Evans was brought before the court and found

guilty of a financial irregularity.

The famous Mr. Evans was successfully charged with having

committed a financial misdemeanor.



His political career was brought to an abrupt end.

His political career ended suddenly.



This news brought out the worst in the tabloid press, which brought

up everything they could concerning Evans and his family.

This message caused the yellow press to dig up the dirt on Evans

and his family.



It wasn't long before one newspaper brought the discussion round to

the subject of Mr Evans senior.

It didn't take long for one newspaper to steer the debate towards the

issue of Mr Evans' father.



Within weeks during the summer holiday one major paper brought

out the details of the case concerning the late Mr Evans senior.

Within weeks during the summer break one major newspaper

published the details of the case regarding the deceased Mr Evans

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