An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde: Vocabulary 2
Besedišče: dopolni besede z manjkajočimi črkami. / Vocabulary: fill in the gaps with the missing letters to form meaningful words.
1 Sir Robert Chiltern enters … A personality of m _ _ _ (=importance).
2 Then, my dear Nanjac, you must certainly read between the l _ _ _ _.
3 … London Society was entirely made up of dowdies and d _ _ _ _ _ _.
4 The House of Commons had not yet passed the b _ _ _.
5 I have always believed that telling the truth is important, and I am not going to a _ _ _ _ my views now.
6 If the country doesn’t _ _ to the dogs or the Radicals, we shall have you Prime Minister, some day.
7 If he has fallen from his a _ _ _ _, do not thrust him into the mire.
8 It was your ambition that led you a _ _ _ _ _. Let us not talk about ambition.
9 Rather than lose your love, Robert would do anything, w _ _ _ _ his whole career, as he is
on the brink of doing now.
10 Robert must not get the letter. We shall i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ it.
11 Robert, you are your sister’s guardian, and I want your c _ _ _ _ _ _ to my marriage with her.
12 Mrs Chevely was u _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ – she would do anything to get what she wanted.
13 I tell you that there are terrible temptations that it requires strength, strength and courage, to y _ _ _ _ to.
14 It seems to me you don’t need me here – I’m a little in the w _ _.
15 There is a lot at s _ _ _ _, so are you sure you are willing to risk it?
16 Arthur, I feel that public disgrace is in s _ _ _ _ for me. I feel certain that something bad will happen.
17 I have always d _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (=hated) you. And yet I have come here to do you a service.