Navn:Fag:Skole:Dato:Eksamensnummer: side 1 af 5Opgave 1Opgave 1Weary and distraught, the woman listened (listen)to the storm as it raged (rage)around the houses. The wind screamed (scream)and howled (howl). It drove suddenly against the doors with heavy blows. It tore (tear) at the straw ropes that anchored the thatched (thatch) roofs to the ground. It rattled (rattle)and shook the small windows. It sent the rain in narrow streams under the door, through the piled-up sacks, to form large puddles on the hard, stamped (stamp), earthen floors. […]Dawn broke, and the wind dropped (drop)for a while. The women wrapped (wrap)their shawls tightly round them, knotted (knot)the ends behind them and tightened (tighten) their head cloths. They slipped (slip)out through cautiously opened (open the door) doors. They whipped (whip)their wide skirts (skirt)so tightly to their bodies that it was (is)hard to move. They muttered (mutter)to themselves as they clambered (clamber)over the rocks or waded (wade)through the pools down to the foaming sea.