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To Leave or Not to Leave Lesson 2 (Optional)

Lesson 2 – Exercise 3 (Optional) Taking sides   They all decided to meet in their favorite haunt, “Mackintosh Bistro” on that Friday night. Shelly and Vicki beat Alex there and rushed inside out of the rain. The restaurant was … Continue reading

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Lesson 2 | Exercise 3 | Reluctant roommate

“I am so looking forward to be together with you”, John says breathlessly to me over the phone. Perhaps moving to the same town means sharing the flat to him. And that is next to impossible.  I tread carefully to … Continue reading

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Lesson 2 – Story Starters – Optional – Testing the Waters

There was a tornado that hit this small town of Spinesville.  In the aftermath of the storm, two people, a man and a woman, John and Leslie were roaming the wreckage trying to find a place to park themselves before help … Continue reading

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Creative Hand Lesson Two Exercise One

“I thank you for your ideas. I am a pragmatic person myself,” Amanda said. “So, we should work well together.” “I’ll see you bright and early tomorrow and I believe Mark will be surprised and enthused about what we will … Continue reading

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Exscuse me; Mstories

Meghan walked in the front door of her home and dropped her key’s into the dish on the stand by the door. She looked up when she heard Bill come out of the kitchen. “We have to talk.” His tone … Continue reading

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How Big a Bob Job MD 2 ex 3

How Big a Bob Job Bob and Sally had become quite comfortable in their two-year old relationship. Cuddling up on the couch watching TV after supper was their daily downtime.  Bob looked over at Sally and innocently asked “Have you … Continue reading

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The Frightening Stranger

The Frightening Stranger Walking down the busy avenue, Catori’s long black hair bounced in the breeze. Glimpse of hot pink tips on her lengthy locks wisped in the wind. Being sixteen and living in New York City was any young … Continue reading

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Lesson 2 Turning Speech into Dialogue

Caught off guard by Harnett-Loew Transportation Center’s slippery floors, Debra tripped over a lobby chair as she started toward the nearest door. A second later she found herself sprawled across a pair of long, blanket-covered legs. A hand under her … Continue reading

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Whistlestop

… “Where are the kids?” Jo-Anne looks at her watch. The last train to Chicago Central leaves in less than two hours. She sighs and a tear rolls quietly down her cheek. She wipes it away with irritation. She stomps … Continue reading

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Comeback to the Garden of Eden

Eve approached the immense Gupu-Palace in Rhakotis.  She remembered how, as a child she admired the prominent building. It was higher and more luxurious than all other palaces  in the central square of the Egyptian quarter, where all the leading, Egyptian … Continue reading

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