LESS IS MORE….. (A2) by LAURA RAMÓN

Some days ago, there was a special offer at Woman’s Secret: if you bought a pair of pyjamas and went out the shop wearing it, you got 70% discount. So I went to Woman’s Secret and bought a pair of pyjamas. I went out of the shop wearing my pair of pyjamas, but I couldn’t find a bathroom to change my clothes. I went upstairs and downstairs, but I didn’t find any bathroom. I was very nervous, so I got into my parents’ car and phoned my workmate to ask her where  there was a bathroom. (She recommended me that offer). All my workmates laughed because they knew that I was wearing a pair of pyjamas. After that I found a bathroom and changed my clothes. Then I went shopping around “El Corte Inglés”, but when I went to the car, I didn’t have the keys. I told the car park cashier that I had lost my keys and couldn’t leave the car park.

I looked for the keys, but I didn’t find them. I went to lost objects, but they weren’t there. So I phoned my parents. They brought other keys and we left the car park at last!!! . I told my workmate what had happened.

When I got home in the afternoon, my workmate phoned me and she told me that her sister had found my keys in a bathroom and she had given them to a shop assistant. She also bought a pair of pyjamas and changed her clothes in the same bathroom.

I came back to “El Corte Inglés” and asked a shop assistant about my keys, but she answered me that weren’t any keys there. I told her that I had lost my keys in the morning and a friend had found them and had brought them there.

At last the keys were there.

I got a cheap pair of pyjamas, but was it worth?

The  car keys  which I lost cost more than 100 euros.

Well, that’s all for now.

See you on Thrusday.

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Posted on November 16, 2011, in GOTTA READ IT. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Amazing!! I thought this only happened in Woody Allen’s films! Laura, I have understood well your text to the first, without looking at the dictionary. Thank you for your work.

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  2. “a la primera” is AT THE FIRST ATTEMPT” or…”AT MY FIRST ATTEMPT”

    I AGREE WITH YOU THERE, LOLA. LAURA DID A GREAT JOB! CONGRATULATIONS!!
    CARMEN

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  3. Thank you for congratulate me.
    Don’t I have any mistake in my writing?

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  4. FOR CONGRATULATING ME.

    THERE ARE A FEW MISTAKES, BUT THE LEVEL IS HIGHER THAN WHAT I EXPECTED.
    THAT´S WHY I DIDN´T WRITE ANY COMMENT.
    I´LL SEND YOU A PRIVATE EMAIL WITH THE CORRECTIONS, OK?
    CARMEN

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