Joan came running into the classroom.
“Take it easy,” George said. “How do you know that it’s a bank robbery?”
“So many things happen nowadays,” he continued. “Somebody is perhaps shooting a movie.”
Joan admitted that she did not know precisely what had happened. “But there were at least ten policemen,” she said eagerly. “If nothing had happened, would there have been so many police?”
George could see that she was right. “If it’s a bank robbery, my grandfather will [BH3]be sorry. He’s got all his money is in the bank, and if anything happens to it[BH4], I don’t know what he’ll do.”
Fortunately George’s grandfather had moved all his money to another bank the week before. Later the old man said that he had had a feeling that something could happen to his savings, and that consequently he had transferred them, but George thought that his grandfather had put the money into [BH7]the new bank because he could get a much higher interest rate there.