A. The Wife of Bath is one of the going to the shrine of Thomas Becket in Canterbury.|
B. She is described as a bit , which was a pity
C. She wore very precious headkerchiefs, as they more than ten pounds
D. She wore fine and tight stockings of colour
E. Her shoes were and new .
F. She also wore a hat which is as large as a , a riding skirt and also a pair of sharp on her feet.
H. Her face was , handsome and of colour
J. She wass gap- , which is a sign of a sensual nature, as well a sign of a love for travelling
K. Her hips were
L. She was so good at making, that she overcame even the weavers of the Flanders
M. In the religious services, no woman go to the altar in front of her, as she could get easily angry.
N. She's had official husbands and many other lovers
O. She had been on a lot of : three times to Jerusalem, Rome, Boulogne and many other places and she loved travelling.
P. She sat on an ambling horse
Q. She was cheerful and enjoyable: she and all the time.
S. She knew everything about and she was very good at that