1.My grandfather had lager dreams for their son. Through hard work and ________ my father got a scholarship to study in a magical place: America that shone as a beacon of ________ and _______ to so many who had come before.
2.My parents shared not only an improbable love; they shared an _______ faith in the possibilities of this nation.
3.My parents would give me an _______ name, Barack, or "blessed," believing that in a tolerant America your name is no _____ to success.
4.My parents imagined me going to the ______ schools in the land, even though they weren’t rich, because in a generous America you don’t have to achieve your ______.
1.Her daughters were _____ called to partake of her joy. Jane resolutely kept her place at the table; but Elizabeth, to _____ her mother, went to the window --she looked,
--she saw Mr. Darcy with him, and sat down again by her sister.
2."There is a gentleman with him, mamma," said Kitty; "who can it be?"
"Some _______ or other, my dear, I suppose; I am sure I do not know."
3.Jane looked at Elizabeth with surprise and concern. She knew but little of their meeting in Derbyshire, and therefore felt for the_____which must attend her sister, in seeing him almost for the first time after receiving his _____ letter.
4.But Elizabeth had sources of _____ which could not be suspected by Jane, to whom she had never yet had courage to shew Mrs. Gardiner's letter, or to relate her own change of sentiment towards him.
5.To Jane, he could be only a man whose proposals she had refused, and whose ______ she had undervalued; but to her own _______ information, he was the person to whom the whole family were indebted for the first of benefits, and whom she regarded herself with an interest, if not quite so tender, at least as ______ and just as what Jane felt for Bingley.