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A In your copy, go investigate. 1. Where did Nancy go on holidays? 2. What were the first, second and third things that went wrong? 3. What happened when Nancy was about to jump into bed? 4. Why did the family’s smiles turn to frowns? 5. How have the family been spending their holiday?


B In your copy, give your opinion. 1. Why is the holiday described as the ‘holiday from hell’? 2. Did the brochure give a true or false account of the resort? Why? 3. What was the worst thing that happened to the family? Why? 4. Why did the apartment have to be fumigated? 5. Should the family complain? Why/Why not?


C Vocabulary: Find and record all of the time words or phrases in the passage.


D Cloze procedure: ‘Auntie Mary’s Reply’. Fill in the blanks. My dearest


, I am so sorry to hear of your plight. What a terrible you have been having. I hate to tell you, but we are enjoying a


it is the best the


wave here at home. The beaches have been thronged and the news reported that we have had since the 1950s. Even the cat is lapping up


you were there to don’t even notice you are gone. They are going to a waterpark


of sunshine. We had the paddling pool in the garden yesterday and a barbeque and ice-cream in the evening. I would say your cousins wish with them but they are having so much fun they and


to an amusement centre on Friday. Unfortunately, when you return on Saturday there is forecast. Hope the last few days are bearable.


See you soon, Love Mary 99


Unit 17 | Recount 2


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