15 A trap15 圈 套
解析：trap 圈套、陷阱；诱捕 可作名词也可作动词
eg: He useda cheese to trap the rat.
1800 A few days after the master had forbidden Cathy to visit Linton, he asked my opinion of the boy.
'Tell me honestly, Ellen, what do you think of his character?'
解析：think of 认为、想起、考虑
eg: I can't think of the word for "love" in French.
'Well, sir, I don't think he's wicked, like his father. But you'll have plenty of time to get to know him, sir. He's too young to marry yet.'
解析：plenty of 很多，等同于a lot of，既可以接可数名词，也可以接不可数名词
eg: They gave us plenty of help inEnglish study.
eg: He is too short to touch the top of the Christmas tree.
Mr Edgar walked to the window and looked out. It was a misty February evening, but the churchyard was just visible.
'I've often prayed for death, Ellen. I've been very happy with my little Cathy. But I've been just as happy lying, through the long June evenings, on her mother's grave, and looking forward to the moment when I can join Catherine there! I haven't got much time left, Ellen. What can I do for Cathy before I die? Should she marry Linton? I wouldn't mind him being Heathcliff's son, if only he loved her and could be a good husband to her.'
解析：look forward to 期望、盼望
eg: He has been looking forward to going to England for a long time.
'God will show us what to do, sir.' I replied.
In the spring Mr Edgar was still ill, and he continued to worry about Cathy's future. One day he wrote to Linton inviting him to visit the Grange. Linton wrote a long letter back, explaining that his father would not allow him to do that. He begged his uncle to let him meet Cathy for a walk or a ride on the moors between the Grange and Wuthering Heights, as they could not meet in either house. Mr Edgar refused at first, and Linton sent him several more letters. I am sure they had all been carefully checked by Heathcliff before they were posted.