English Pronuncation - made simple by Dale, Poms

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Those two men followed you here. I'm going outside now. When I've gone, you go over to their table and ask them why they were following you. I think that that will make them leave. And then I'll follow them. ' I left the tango show and I went and sat on the Harley-Davidson. I put the gun into one of the motorbike's big carriers. My guess was right! Two minutes later, the men in suits came hurrying out of the house and got into the red Ford. The engine started at once, and they drove off as fast as they could along the narrow streets.

She said, when she saw where we were. A moment later, Gail opened her door. Then she screamed. 'There's just water below me, Lenny,' she said. ' 'I think we can both get out on my side,' I replied quickly. ' I started to open my door and started to get out, but as I moved, the car started to tip forward. The Mustang was balanced right on the end of the roadway. Every time I moved, the car moved too. We were trapped in the car. Then we looked at what was happening behind us. Two men in dark suits had got out of the blue Fiat and they had taken charge.

But there was something sad about the music. After an hour, I had discovered that at an Argentine tango show you only watch the performance you don't have to dance yourself. I was pleased about that! But I was sitting next to Gail who wasn't pleased about it. 'I want to dance too,' she said. 'You can't,' I replied. 'These are professional dancers who have spent their lives dancing the tango. ' 'I'll show you,' Gail said, standing up quickly. A dance was just finishing, and before I could stop her, Gail had jumped up 30 L.

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