1. It took Patrasche long to discover any scent.
2. It took them long to traverse the familiar path, and the bells were sounding four of
the clock as they approached the hamlet.
3. Jehan Daas resisted long, for the old man was one of those who thought it a foul
shame to bind dogs to labor for which Nature
never formed them.
4. A few years later, old Jehan Daas, who had always been a cripple, became so
paralyzed with rheumatism that it was impossible
for him to go out with the cart any more.
5. Now that he had left it there, it seemed to him so hazardous, so vain, so foolish, to
dream that he, a little lad with bare feet, who barely knew his letters, could do anything
at which great painters, real artists, could
ever deign to look.
6. Write a sentence with a delayed subject.