Time and care given to ensuring that the right decisions are made now will be of considerable benefit in the future.
The first warning siren went off in the morning while we were at breakfast, but we paid no attention, because it only meant that the planes were crossing the coast. I had a terrible headache, so I lay down for an hour after breakfast and then went to the office at about two.
At two-thirty Margot had finished her office work and was just gathering her things together when the sirens began wailing again.
So she and I trooped back upstairs. None too soon, it seems, for less than five minutes later the guns were booming so loudly that we went and stood in the passage. The house shook and the bombs kept falling. After half an hour the drone of engines faded and the house began to hum with activity again.
Peter emerged from his lookout post in the front attic, Dussel remained in the front office, Mrs van D.
Before long the smell of fire was everywhere, and outside it looked as if the city were enveloped in a thick fog.
A big fire like that is not a pleasant sight, but fortunately for us it was all over, and we went back to our various jobs. Just as we were starting dinner: The food was good, but I lost my appetite the moment I heard the siren. Nothing happened, however, and forty-five minutes later the all-clear was sounded.
According to British reports, Schiphol Airport was bombed. The planes dived and climbed, the air was abuzz with the drone of engines. At the stroke of midnight I woke up again: Dussel was undressing, but I took no notice and leapt up, wide awake, at the sound of the first shot.
But the planes kept on coming.Write the words of the interview, beginning with the first question. Base your interview on what you have read in Passage A.
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