Brief description of three people (a sort of a story)
There are two people in the park.
A man and woman.
He is tall.
How tall is he?
He's taller than her.
She is wearing a plaid skirt
, it resembles a school uniform skirt.
Because both of these clauses are complete sentences, you either separate them with a semi-colon ( ; ) or you just make them two sentences.
But one can tell
s that t here's been a while since she didn't go a school.
Both of them like to smoke.
They were smoking when I realized that he had a purple, almost black, bruise
in his left cheek.
Every now and then she blows out the smoke to kiss his face, just on the bruise.
When I c
ome to the park it was a quarter past 10, now it's 11 o'clock.
They probably know I'm looking at them with special interest.
She probably thinks I'm a weirdo, but he doesn't.
, he doesn´t mind of me.
He doesn´t have to, for if he has lived long enough in the neighborhood
, he must know me and my customs ; if not, he'll.
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