Mrs. Bennet had three unmarried daughter, Jane, Elizabeth, and Lydia. They all had different personalities.Jane was very tender and elegant, Elizabeth was very intelligent, Lydia was very active. the story began when Mr. Bingley moved to the Neitherfield. He and his friend, Darcy, were handsome and rich. Mrs. Bennet was ambitious to find a man who could suit her daughter. At a party, Bingly and Jane fell in love, but Darcy and Elizabeth did’t. What happened to them? The answer was Wickham. What did Wickham do to them? At last Lydia eloped with Wickham. Would they come back? Would Darcy and Elizabeth fall in love.
Bingley: Mr. Darcy, welcome to the party.
Darcy: Thank you Mr. Bingley. As soon as I received your invitation, I’ve taken a train all the way from hometown to here. So, is the party held for some particular reason?
Bingley: Not really, (dragging Darcy aside) I hold this party chiefly because of you and me.
Darcy: How’s that?
Bingley: Well, Mr. Darcy. As you can see. You and I are reaching the mating season, and...
Darcy: Good God, mating season, Mr. Bingley. What are you talking about?
Bingley: I’m kidding, Mr. Darcy. Anyway, it’s true that we are old enough to get married. So, I hold the party so that we have the chance to know more girls. Come, let me introduce you some of the ladies.
Mrs. Bennet: Elizabeth, Jane, and Lydia! I have heard that Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darcy are very rich men. Seize the chance to be their women and you shall be happy for the rest of your life. This is your chance, girls.
Lydia: But they’ve got two men. And we’ve got three girls. How can three girls and two men have a date?
Mrs. Bannet: Stop worrying about that, silly girl. There is one behind him. Did you see that? That guy is Wickham. He is a soldier and they say he is as rich as the other two. So you girls, get ready.
Lydia: Who do you think is more good-looking?.
Jane: I don’t know; I think they are all handsome to me.
Elizabeth: Don’t ask me. I am just too nervous to think of anything.
Bingley: Hi, Mrs. Bannet. Hi, girls. I’d like to introduce a very good friend of mine, Mr. Darcy. Mr. Darcy, this is Mrs. Bannet. This is Jane, Elizabeth and Lydia.
Darcy: Good day, ladies.
Elizabeth: Hi good day.
Jane: Hi good day.
Lydia: Hi good day.
Bingley: Darcy, look around you. There are so many extremely pretty girls in the room. I have never seen so many pretty girls in my life. Go, dance with them.It will become an unforgettable experience.
Darcy: She is tolerable, I suppose, but