" Once upon a time there lived a King , Midas by name . He (1. be) a bit gloomy because he (2. love) gold better than anything else, except his daughter. Midas (3. spend) days and often nights counting anxiously the pieces of gold he (4. collect). Once when he (5. count) solemnly his money a stranger (6. enter) the room. He (7. bend) his head and (8. say): “ Midas , (9. be) you really happy now that you (10. collect) so much gold which it (11. be) difficult (12. weigh)?” “No,” (13. mumble) Midas . “I never (14. be) happy until everything that I (15. touch) (16. become) gold.” “You shall have what you wish!” (17. promise) the stranger. The next morning while Midas (18. dress) he (19. notice) that his clothes (20. turn) into gold. He (21. go) into the garden. He (22. walk) there for an hour and everything he (23. touch) (24. become) gold at once . After he (25. walk) along his favourite path Midas (26. turn) to the house. Suddenly hie daughter (27. come) in sight. It was clear she (28. work) in the garden for some time already as she (29. plant) a lot of flowers. She (30. run) to her father and (31. take) his hand. She (32. turn) to gold at once . “What I (33. do)?” (34. cry) Midas . “I always (35. want) more and more gold. I (36. dream) about more riches. I (37. be) wrong Gold (38. be) not the most important thing in the world. It never (39. be), it never will be.”"