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1-H 2-G 3- F 4-B 5-E 6-A 7-C
The force of his landing made Julian gasp. He lay stunned and disoriented for a long moment, then roseunsteadily to his feet. "This is not at all right," he thought. There was no sign of the lecture room, the college, the whole part of North London that he had just been in. In fact, there was no feature he could recognise at all in the landscape before him. Even its shape was wrong.
He remained perfectly still for a moment, gazing around. His surroundings seemed strange, almost dreamlike. Then he turned in a slow circle, trying to catch a glimpse of anything familiar. 1. __________ In the distance ahead of him, the land rose up steeply towards something that made a straight horizontal line. A road, perhaps? He decided that, dream or not, there was no point in staying where he was. He would walk to the top of the hill.
He picked up the bag of books he had dropped when he hit the ground and started to make his way through the grass. 2. __________ Halfway up, he paused to take his jacket off. In London it had been winter, but here it felt like May or June. He looked behind him. Here and there were other lone figures moving about, leaving trails of flattened grass like his own behind them as they walked. "What's happening?" Julian wondered. "It looks as if we all just dropped out of somewhere. But never mind right now. Just get up the hill, and take it from there."
He finally reached the top of the slope, and pulling himself up the last few feet, found that he had been right. 3. __________ It stretched straight before him, leading as far as he could see into the distance. There was no sign of any traffic.
He looked back again at the other people scattered through the meadow. 4. __________ Then just ahead of him, a girl climbed onto the roadway, wearing shorts and a sleeveless T-shirt. She smiled at him and said: "Excuse me, but are you from around here? I was wondering if you would direct me ..." Her words trailed offas he shook his head.
"Sorry. I came from out there, too." He pointed at the field behind her. 5. __________ "Where did they all come from?" she murmured softly. Julian realised that she had an American accent. He shrugged. "No idea. I know as much as you. I was just coming out of a lecture. I tripped over something and landed here." The girl said: "I was out jogging. I slipped and fell."
6. __________ "Where exactly were you?" he asked.
"In Irvine. Just ouside Los Angeles," she said.
"I was in London. It was snowing."
"No, January. You were in August?" He thought about this. "What year?"
She stared at him, then looked away. "It must be a dream," she said. "Maybe I hit my head when I fell. I expect I'll wake up in a minute with a splitting headache." 7. __________ He didn't know how or why they were here, but the reality was starting to sink in.
A They looked at each other and he pointed at their different clothes, his thick jacket, her T-shirt and shorts.
B Most were moving towards the road, but some were wandering about in seemingly random directions.
C But Julian shook his head, knowing that this was not the explanation.
D He could not see where it was coming from.
E She turned, and seemed to realise the situation for the first time as she saw the other people.
F He was standing on a road - a flat, black surface with the familiar white lines down the middle.
G It reached almost to his shoulders and left seeds sticking to his clothes.
H But there was nothing - only a seemingly endless field of grass, tall, yellowing and waving gently in the warm breeze.