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Stories About Children Every Child Can Read CHARLES DICKENS Pip's Adventure 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 Pip s Adventure ALL that little Philip Pimp usually called Pip knew about his father and mother and his five little brothers was from seeing their tombstones in the churchyard. He was cared for by his sister who was twenty years older than himself. She had married a blacksmith named Joe Gargery a kind good man while she unfortunately was a hard stern woman and treated her little brother and her amiable husband with great harshness. They lived in a marshy part of the country about twenty miles from the sea. One cold raw day towards evening when Pip was about six years old he had wandered into the churchyard and was trying to make out what he could of the inscriptions on his family tombstones. The darkness was coming on and feeling very lonely and frightened he began to cry. Hold your noise cried a terrible voice and a man started up from among the graves close to him. Keep still you little imp or I ll cut your throat He was a dreadful looking man dressed in coarse gray cloth with a great iron on his leg. Wet muddy and miserable he limped and shivered and glared and growled his teeth chattered in his head as he seized Pip by the chin. Oh don t cut my throat sir cried Pip in terror. Pray don t do it sir. Tell us your name said the man. Quick Pip sir. Once more said the man staring at him Give it mouth. Pip. Pip sir. Show us where you live said the man. Point out the place. Pip showed him the village about a mile or more from the church. The man looked at him for a moment and then turned him upside down and emptied his pockets. He found nothing in them but a piece of bread which he ate ravenously. You young dog said the man licking his lips what fat cheeks you ha got. Darn me if I couldn t eat em and if I han t half a mind to Pip said earnestly that he hoped he would not. Now lookee here said the man. Where s your mother There sir said Pip. At this the man started and seemed about to run away but stopped and .