The weird family of the Winter Park Avenue

Chapter 1

One day he came home quite tired.  Honestly, who doesn’t get tired of Professor Rods’ math lessons?  Always with hundreds of exercises to do in just 45 minutes of lessons.

-How are we going to do 120 exercises in 45 minutes? It’s not like we all have the brains to do them. I thought out loud.

Unfortunately there was a boy nearby who at first glance didn’t seem very nice (and whom I had never seen before), who apparently is in my class, fantastic.

-That’s what those who always sleep in class say, the truth is that I don’t find it that difficult.  He said it with a tone of great irony that he angered me so easily.

-It’s not true and who are you anyway?  Why do you think you can talk to me like that as if you know me?

I angrily told him that I didn’t realize he was two heads taller than me, but I wasn’t intimidated by his awkward height.

-I’m a person who I think is better if you don’t know me well.  According to the city my family has a very bad reputation, I don’t think after meeting me you would want to talk to me again.  He looked sorry, as if he felt guilty for something he had done, but the truth is, I didn’t care about him at all. I just wanted to get home as quickly as possible to eat and pretend to do homework when really I plan on sleeping for 3 hours straight.

After a while the boy disappeared from my sight, as if they had performed a Hogwarts-style magic trick on him. I arrived home and it seemed like no one was there. I ate reluctantly and then tried to sleep, but since I’m very curious I remembered what that unknown boy had told me.  What did you mean when you told me that?  I had never heard of his family, maybe…

What do you want to happen in the next chapter?

  • Lisa forgets the boy. (14%)
  • Lisa tries to find out more about the strange family. (71%)
  • Lisa befriends the strange boy. (14%)
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  • Feedback da parte della docente: attenzione ai tempi verbali. Ricorda di mettere la “s” in terza persona singolare del presente indicativo e di coniugare i tempi al passato quando hai iniziato la frase al simple past.
    Buon prossimo episodio!

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