When you take out travel insurance, you usually just accept the little form which the clerk pushes across the counter. You fill it all  out, make out a cheque and,  then return, you receive a thin sheet of paper with very small print. But nobody ever expects that anything could really  go wrong. It always  happens to someone else! Well, my family is that someone else!
I  would never forget the phone call from my daughter who was  on holiday abroad. It began, “Mummy, something awful’s happened.” Her hotel room  had been burgled and all her luggage stolen. Fortunately, she was insured and she reported the matter  to the police at the time. The insurance company; however, wanted not only the police reported,  but also receipts for everything stolen  which they would recognize her claim.  Seen nearly all her clothes were from a chain store, we had no receipts. Other items stolen had  been gifts-a camera from her grandparents two years  ago, a necklace from her boyfriend. It took  about nearly three months of writing letters to get any offer from the company at all.
A fight like this teaches you one very important lesson-before you take out insurance, make  sure you read the small print!
I tried as hard as I could to make him change his mind. =
I tried my best to make him change his mind
So exercise taken regularly improves the fitness (fit) of your body and of your mind.
My parents don’t like me to stay out late at night.
My parents disapprove of my stay (disapprove of me to stay) out late at night.