Paraphrasing Prose - 421

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Exercises in Paraphrasing Prose.

The Beggar.

A clerk in the Bank of England was surprised with the announcement of a five hundred pound legacy left him by a person whose name he was a stranger to. It seems that in his daily morning walks from his home to his office it had been his practice for twenty years to drop a halfpenny into the hat of a blind beggar who sat by the wayside. The good old beggar recognised his daily benefactor by the voice only; and, when he died, left all his savings to his old Bank friend. © 2016 - 2020. Powered by Blogger.
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