Read the story below. For gaps 10-17 choose the correct answer A-D
Stetson was the richest man (10) ___ town. He had made his money in the oil business and (11)___ he was living on his own, he never gave money to charity. This is probably why everybody hated him.
One day he decided (12) ___ a new house built in the most fashionable part of town with a fireplace in his large living room. When the mason had finished working on the fireplace, he asked Mr. Stetson (13) ___ the money he was owed. 'I'm afraid I can't pay you today. You see, I don't have the exact money,' Mr. Stetson said. 'No problem, but please don't use the fireplace (14)___ you've paid me,' went the answer. The client agreed unwillingly.
Four hours later the wealthy man phoned the workman, shouting, 'My house is (15) ___ smoke!' 'I told you not to use the fireplace yet,' the mason replied. A little later he arrived (16) ___ Mr. Stetson's house and received his money. He immediately took a ladder, went up to the roof and took out his heaviest hammer. He simply (17) ___ it drop into the chimney breaking the pane of glass he had build into it.
10 A at B in C for D by
11 A even B until C although D where
12 A to have B having C to do D doing
13 A - B to C from D for
14 A until B when C because D while
15 A filled of B full of C filled D full
16 A - B by C to D at
17 A let B hit C did D looked