By Enid Blyton

Pass over Cornwallis is mistress of the 5th shape. Hilary Wentworth is a relaxed and dignified head-girl. Being within the 5th shape capacity a substantial amount of adjustments – for instance, the women have gotten reports in their personal now, rather than universal rooms and dormitories, the 1st – and second-formers have to paintings for them. For a few cause, Mirabel has been made video games captain for the college, and Gladys vice captain. it isn't defined why or how Mirabel has constructed such reliable wearing skills, neither is it defined why she is not any longer musical. In her first time period at St Clare's she used to be written as a truly musical woman, gifted on the piano and the violin.

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Good, Doris, rise up and recite the phrases out loud, and act them if you'd like to,' acknowledged Pam, a gleam of enjoyable entering her solemn eyes. 'Here--take this French poem--it's all in regards to the so-beautiful country-side, as Mam'zelle may say. Recite it out loud, act the cows and the sheep, frisk in the event you come to the half the place the little lambs play, and waddle like a duck if you get to them. you will soon examine it. ' So, to the amazement of Pat and Isabel, who regarded in at Pam's learn to borrow a ebook, Doris threw herself middle, soul and physique into the French pastoral poem. She declaimed the poem loudly, with gestures of all types. She frisked like a lamb, she chewed cud like a cow, she waddled like a duck. It was once excellent. the ladies shrieked with laughter. Dons had grew to become the solemn and quite heavy French poem right into a genuine comedy. ' Now — have you learnt it ? ' acknowledged Pam, while Doris entire, and sat down panting in a chair. Doris screwed up her nostril and suggestion not easy. ' permit me see,' she acknowledged, ' it starts like this . . . ' yet till she acquired up and acted the poem as she had performed earlier than, she couldn't be mindful a note. It used to be obviously the appearing that introduced the phrases to her brain. ' good — you do recognize the poem,' stated Pam, happy. 'You will not put out of your mind it now. Mam'zelle might be happy with her chere Doris the following day ! ' Doris, besides the fact that, was once no longer in Mam'zelle's strong books tomorrow. Her French workout used to be not anything yet error and used to be slashed correct throughout with Mam'zelle's thick blue pencil. Mam'zelle by no means spared her blue pencil whilst she used to be frustrated, and a web page disapproved of through her was once constantly a poor sight. ' Ah, you Doris ! ' begun Mam'zelle, whilst she used to be facing the paintings along with her classification. ' You ! Have I had you on my thumb . . . ' ' less than my thumb,' acknowledged Bobby, with a smile. Mam'zelle glared at her and resumed, ' Have I had you on my thumb for these kinds of phrases and nonetheless you don't know desk is she no longer he. Why are you now not within the kindergarten ? Why are you able to nonetheless no longer pronounce the French R ? the entire others can. you're a nice mammoth silly woman. ' ' certain, Mam'zelle,' acknowledged bad Doris, meekly. whilst Mam'zelle flew right into a rage, it was once most sensible to be meek. yet for a few cause Doris's meekness aggravated Mam'zelle much more. 'Ah—you mock at me now! " certain, Mam'zelle " you assert, along with your tongue on your mouth and butter melting on your cheek ! ' cried Mam'zelle, getting issues combined up as traditional. the ladies giggled. 'You suggest, along with your tongue on your cheek, and butter that will not soften on your mouth,' instructed Bobby back. ' don't inform me what I suggest, Bobbee,' acknowledged Mam'zelle, exasperated. ' constantly you interrupt. Doris, get up. ' Doris stood up, her funny mouth twitching. She may act this scene afterwards for the advantage of the women. How they'd giggle I ' Your written paintings is particularly undesirable. Now permit me listen your oral work,' demanded Mam'zelle. ' you may have learnt the French poem ? Yes—then allow me pay attention it. commence! ' Doris could not ponder a unmarried be aware. She stared into the gap, racking her brains. She knew there have been all types of animals in it—but how did the phrases move ?

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