Who did he confide in and how was he proved right?
Ernest confided in his own heart that he was not expecting the Gathergold to be the correct guy. He was demonstrated correct because after a while Gathergold died. He was a poor man at that time. Then all the individuals said he had no resemblance to the face of the rock. Ernest thought that sooner or later would come the most noble man of his moment.
(i) Why didn’t you turn up at the meeting? We all were _______ waiting for you. (ii) _________ write your name and address in capital letters. (iii) I was _________ surprised to see him at the railway station. I thought he was not coming. (iv) It is _________ believable that I am not responsible for this mess. (v) He fell over the step and _________ broke his arm.