Well, we’re meant to be writing stories today so why don’t you write about what happened to Wellington?
Will you help me with the spelling and the grammar and the footnotes?
Christopher, I’m sorry your mother’s died. She’s had a heart attack. It wasn't expected.
What kind of heart attack?
I don’t know what kind of heart attack. Now isn't the moment Christopher to be asking questions like that.
It was probably an aneurysm.
I’m sorry Christopher, I’m really sorry.
Mrs Shears’ house is assembled.
That evening I went round to Mrs Shears' house and knocked on the door and waited for her to answer it.
Mrs Shears answers her door. She is drinking a cup of tea.
What are you doing here?
I wanted to come and tell you that I didn't kill Wellington. And also I want to find out who killed him.