Emma, your dear friend Harriet is such a lovely young lady!
Indeed she is!
Oh dear, Mr Elton! How will we get home.
Everyone, I have some news. The snow has started to fall and the roads are becoming impassible.
Oh no, the wind is staring to pick up.
we'll just have to split up and share the carriages.
"I am very much astonished, Mr.Elton. This to me! you forget yourself- you take me for your friend- any message to Miss Smith I shall be happy to deliver; but no more of this to me, if you please (Austen, pg. 719)"
I would just die if Emma rejects my proposal.
After such behaviour, as I have witnessed during the last month, to Miss Smith-such attentions as I have been in the daily habit of observing-to be addressing me in this manner- this is an unsteadiness of character, indeed, which I had not supposed possible (Austen, pg. 719)!"
"Miss Smith! Message to Miss Smith! What could she possibly mean (Austin, pg. 719)!"
"What can be the meaning of this? Miss Smith! I never thought of Miss Smith in the whole course of my existence-never paid her any attentions, but as your friend: never cared whether she were dead or alive, but as your friend (Austen, pg. 719)."