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11. I haveknownhimfora long timeandI cansaythathe is a veryhonest man.
12. Themeetinghasbegun.ComradeA.ismaking a reporton theinternationalsituation.
13. IfhecomesafterI haveleft(or: I leave) givehimthe letterthatis lyingonthetable.
14. Theseahas(already)beenroughforafew days andtherehasbeennoshipforBatumisince Monday.WeshallleaveOdessaassoon asthere is aship.
15.I hadbeenwalkingaboutanhourwhenat lastIsawalittle houseneartheriver.I understoodatoncethatitwasthehouseabout whichComradeA.hadtoldme.I wentuptothe houseandknocked.A womanwassittingat the windowandreading.Hearingtheknockshestood upandwenttothedoor.
16. TodayI wenttotheMinistrytoseeComrade A.onbusiness.Wehadarranged tomeetatfour o'clockintheafternoon.WhenI cametothe Ministry,thesecretary toldmethatComrade A.hadnotreturnedyetfromtheconference andaskedmeto waita little. I satdownon a chairandbegantoreada newspaperwhich I hadbought onthewaytotheMinistry.While I wasreadingthenewspaper,ComradeA.came. Hesaidthathewaslate,astheconference hadendedlaterthathehadexpected.
17.LastnightI waswaitingfora(or:the - , .)businGorkiStreet.Inoticed thata (or:the)manwho wasstandingnearme waslookingatmeattentively.I recognized myfriendComradeA.,withwhomIhadgoneto school.Ihadnotseenhimsince 1940 andwas verygladthatI had methim.


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