Student or Learner
When you say "drive up", what do you think "up" here means?
I hadn’t looked at how difficult the book was. “This is too hard for you,” she said as she put it on a shelf behind her. I felt like it had been locked in a safe. I went back to the children’s section. And I chose a picture book about a monkey and returned to the desk. (c)She stamped that one without comment. When my mother drove up, I hurried into her car. She saw the book I had chosen. She asked, “Haven’t you read this one already?” “The librarian lady wouldn’t let me take the one I wanted.” She turned off the ignition. “Why wouldn’t she let you take it?” “(d)She said it was too har
I'm interested in the last sentence. Can you end it? It was too har... what?
Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.
Not a teacher nor a native speaker.