TAILIEUCHUNG - Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS C3

Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS The Runaway Couple Đây là một tác phẩm anh ngữ nổi tiếng với những từ vựng nâng cao chuyên ngành văn chương. Nhằm giúp các bạn yêu thich tiếng anh luyện tập và củng cố thêm kỹ năng đọc tiếng anh . | Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS The Runaway Couple THE Boots at the Holly Tree Inn was the young man named Cobbs who blacked the shoes and ran errands and waited on the people at the inn and this is the story that he told one day. Supposing a young gentleman not eight years old was to run away with a fine young woman of seven would you consider that a queer start That there is a start as I--the Boots at the Holly Tree Inn--have seen with my own eyes and I cleaned the shoes they ran away in and they was so little that I couldn t get my hand into em. Master Harry Walmers father he lived at the Elms away by Shooter s Hill six or seven miles from London. He was uncommon proud of Master Harry as he was his only child but he didn t spoil him neither. He was a gentleman that had a will of his own and an eye of his own and that would be minded. Consequently though he made quite a companion of the fine bright boy still he kept the command over him and the child was a child. I was under-gardener there at that time and one morning Master Harry he comes to me and says-- Cobbs how should you spell Norah if you was asked and then begun cutting it in print all over the fence. He couldn t say he had taken particular notice of children before that but really it was pretty to see them two mites a-going about the place together deep in love. And the courage of the boy Bless your soul he d have throwed off his little hat and tucked up his little sleeves and gone in at a lion he would if they had happened to meet one and she had been frightened of him. One day he stops along with her where Boots was hoeing weeds in the gravel and says--speaking up Cobbs he says I like you. Do you sir I m proud to hear it. Yes I do Cobbs. Why do I like you do you think Cobbs Don t know Master Harry I am sure. Because Norah likes you Cobbs. Indeed sir That s very gratifying. Gratifying Cobbs It s better than millions of the brightest diamonds to be liked by Norah. Certainly .