Rozumienie tekstów pisanych - Tekst z lukami - St. Valentine's Day

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John had always been a bit of a loner, happy to spend his days lost in his work as a writer. 1.1. He was sitting at a table in his favourite coffee shop, sipping his latte and daydreaming, when suddenly he laid eyes on a woman who was getting her coffee. 1.2. John couldn't take his eyes off of her as she ordered her cappuccino, her voice soft and melodic.
As she left the shop, John knew he had to find out who she was. 1.3. He also asked around the neighbourhood, but no one seemed to know her. Determined to find the mystery woman, John turned to social media, asking if anyone knew her. But as the days turned into weeks, there was still no luck.
Just when John was losing hope, he received a message from a woman claiming to be the mystery woman's friend. 1.4. John rushed over to introduce himself to his new neighbour. As it turned out, the woman was just as smitten with him as he was with her, and the two of them fell head over heels in love.
Years later, John and the mystery woman were happily married, living in the same neighbourhood where they first met. Every time they passed by that coffee shop, they couldn't help but smile and thank their lucky stars that brought them together.

A. She was breathtakingly beautiful, with long auburn hair and sparkling blue eyes.
B. Although it was her, John seemed unsure what to do.
C. However, everything changed on a frosty winter morning in February.
D. He asked the barista if he knew her name, but he didn't.
E. She told John that the woman was new to town and had just moved into the house next door to him. © 2023 Wszystkie prawa zastrzeżone