1 He needs someone to look after him when Frank is not with him.
2 Tell Beth Frank asked for her, and was sorry to hear of her ill health.
3 He said he'd just got a letter begging him to come home, for Frank was very ill.
4 Frank, Beth, Amy, and Grace sat down to watch the game played by the other eight.
5 It's dull, sitting by myself, answered Frank, who had evidently been used to being made much of at home.
6 Ned, Frank, and the little girls joined in this, and while it went on, the three elders sat apart, talking.
7 Miss Kate sketched and Frank talked to Beth, who was making little mats of braided rushes to serve as plates.
8 I'm not playing, I never do, said Frank, dismayed at the sentimental predicament out of which he was to rescue the absurd couple.
9 "Well, I like to hear about cricket and boating and hunting," said Frank, who had not yet learned to suit his amusements to his strength.
10 Both are tall fellows with whiskers, Fred handsome in the English style, and Frank much better, for he only limps slightly, and uses no crutches.
11 "I haven't heard Frank laugh so much for ever so long," said Grace to Amy, as they sat discussing dolls and making tea sets out of the acorn cups.
12 Poor Meg had a restless night, and got up heavy-eyed, unhappy, half resentful toward her friends, and half ashamed of herself for not speaking out frankly and setting everything right.
13 They went to the theater with us, and we did have such a good time, for Frank devoted himself to Flo, and Fred and I talked over past, present, and future fun as if we had known each other all our days.
14 Laurie colored up, but answered frankly, "Why, you see I often hear you calling to one another, and when I'm alone up here, I can't help looking over at your house, you always seem to be having such good times."
15 Frank, sitting just behind the little girls, heard what they were saying, and pushed his crutch away from him with an impatient gesture as he watched the active lads going through all sorts of comical gymnastics.
16 "I did once, but I can never hunt again, for I got hurt leaping a confounded five-barred gate, so there are no more horses and hounds for me," said Frank with a sigh that made Beth hate herself for her innocent blunder.
17 We 'did' London to our heart's content, thanks to Fred and Frank, and were sorry to go away, for though English people are slow to take you in, when they once make up their minds to do it they cannot be outdone in hospitality, I think.
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