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Accidentally all the verbs from the text were missed. Let’s try to find them. Be creative! The meaning of the text depends on you!

A Slave

Murillo was a great painter in Spain. He ———- beautiful pictures and he———- many students. Once he ——- to his studio and ——- a very beautiful picture there. He ——— his students who had painted that picture but nobody ———–. Then he ——– his slave Sebastian if he had seen somebody in the studio the night before. The slave didn’t ———. When the night ——- and everybody ——– Sebastian began to paint. He didn’t ——- of the time. Suddenly he ——- a noise behind him. When he ——— he ——– Murillo and his students watch him quietly. ‘’Sebastian”, —— Murillo, “you are a very good painter. How did you ——- to paint?” “I——- my lessons from you, master”, the slave ——-. “From me? I have never——- you lessons”, said Murillo. “But you——–lessons to your students, and I ——-them”, ——– the slave. Murillo was a very honest man. He ——– that the slave was very gifted painter, so he ——- him freedom and ——– to work with his slave, who was not a slave any longer.

A Slave.

Murillo was a great painter in Spain. He painted beautiful pictures and he had many students. Once he came to his studio and found a very beautiful picture there. He asked his students who had painted that picture but nobody answered. Then he asked his slave Sebastian if he had seen somebody in the studio the night before. The slave didn’t answer. When the night came and everybody came away Sebastian began to paint. He didn’t think of the time. Suddenly he heard a noise behind him. When he turned round he saw Murillo and his students watch him quietly. ‘’Sebastian”, cried Murillo, “you are a very good painter. How did you learn to paint?” “I took my lessons from you, master”, the slave answered. “From me? I have never given you lessons”, said Murillo. “But you gave lessons to your students, and I heard them”, answered the slave. Murillo was a very honest man. He understood that the slave was very gifted painter, so he gave him freedom and began to work with his slave, who was not a slave any longer.

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