A Summer's Reading - Part 1

Gap-fill exercise

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George who was nearly 20, had high school at the age 16, and although he had back to school, he had not managed to do so. He was quite himself, but he felt the teachers had not him and he didn’t like to told what to do . He lived in a flat above a store in a poor district with his father and his sister Sophie, who him in appearance . his father worked in a fish market and Sophie worked in a cafeteria in the Bronx, they were poor.
In the morning he had special to do, so he sometimes the floors or listened to the ball games on the radio and read old that Sophie had brought home. But he stopped them when they got his nerves.
In the evening , George walked to a park outside his ., There he enjoyed the feeling of , peace and quiet. He was with his life but when sitting on a bench in the park, he could think of a life for himself, and a much future. Surrounded by flowers and trees, he dreamed of a house with a porch, some in his pockets and a girl to go with. He wanted many things, but most of all he wanted people to him.