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American Story : Paul's Case Ⅰ<4>

Written by Willa Cather




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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and the studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse. Even after the meeting with his teachers, things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there anymore. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard part one of the American story Paul's Case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his adult teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they talked. He would bring photographs of all the actor he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at Aligent Restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him got a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doormen at the theater not to let into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when he heard of the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father: the Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard Part One of the American Store Paul's Case. It was written Willy Cather. Your stories teller was Cay Garland. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at Aligent Restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father: the Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard Part One of the American Store Paul's Case. It was written Willy Cather. Your stories teller was Cay Garland. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.

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He turned away from ==teachers in their playing clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them. He studies they talked. He would bring photographs all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants then he would anounce that he would be going away to Europe or to California or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill. He would say. But he was still plannig to make his trip next spring. Paul's problems at school became worse even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammer and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job.

He told the manager at concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warmed the doorman of theater not to let Paul into the place and Charle Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard stories Paul had been telling. The women thought was funny Paul had told people he took them out restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with teachers and his father that Paul's was a bad case.


You have just heard part one of the American story Paul's case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Kate Glander. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul 's case told in the Special English of Voice of America. I'm Steven Ember.


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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father: the Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard Part One of the American Store Paul's Case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Cay Garland. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.

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he turned away from his doll teachers and their plaining cloth,he try to show them how little he thought of them.and studies they talked.he would bring photograohs of all the actors he knew to school.he woul tell the other students ,but he spent his evenings with ease people.at elegent resteraunt.then,he would announce that he was going away.to europe.or to california.or to egypt.for a while.the next day ,he would come to school smiling nervesly.his sister was ill,he would say,but he was still plaining to make his trip next spring. paul,s problem at school became worse.even after the meeting with his teachers. things did not get better.he told them he had no time to study grammer and rismatic.he told them he had to help the actors in the therter.they were old friends of his.finnally his teacher went to paul's father.he told paul out of school and met him get a job.he told the manager at the concert hall,the paul could not work there anymore.his father worn the door mad at the therter.not to let paul into the place.and charle adwards,promised paul 's father,not to see paul again.all the actors of the therter laughed.when they heard the story paul had been telling,the weamen thought it was funny. the paul had tol people,he took them out to next resteraunt and sent them followers. they agree with the teachers,and with his father,the paul was a bad case.
you have just heard part 1, of the american story :paul's case. it was written by willer cater.
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He turned away from his adult teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they talked. He would bring photographs of all the actor he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at Aligent Restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doormen at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when he heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father: the Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard Part One of the American Store Paul's Case. It was written Willy Cather. Your stories teller was Cay Garland. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his adult teachers in their play clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought them and studies they taught. He would bring photographs all the actors he knew to school, he would tell the other students that he spent his evening with these people at Aligent restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while.

The next day, he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say, but he was still planning to make his trip next spring. Paul’s problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with teachers, things didn’t get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic, he told them he had to help the actors in the theater, they were all friends of his.

Finally, his teachers went to Paul’s father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman and theater not let Paul into the place. And Charles Edwards promised Paul’s father not to see Paul again.

All the actors of the theater laughed when he heard about stories Paul had been telling. The women thought with funny, the Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent flowers. They agreed with teachers and with his father that Paul’s was a bad case.

You have just heard part one of American story Paul’s Case, it was written by Willy Cathy, your story teller was King Garland. Listen again next week get this time for the final part that Paul’s case told in special English on the voice of America. I am Steven Ember.
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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they tought. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurant. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman at the theather not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the Acotors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurant and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case. You have just heard the part one of the American story Paul's case.

You have just heard Part one of the American Story "Paul's Case". It was written by Willa Cather. Your storytellor was Cay Garland. Listen again the next at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice Of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father: the Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard Part One of the American Store Paul's Case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Cay Garland. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and the studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. The next day he would come to school smiling nervously. His sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.

Paul's problems at school became worse. Even after the meeting with his teachers, things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there anymore. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.

You have just heard part one of the American story Paul's Case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.
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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and the studies they taught. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at elegant restaurants. Then, he would announce that he was going away to Europe or to California or to Egypt for a while. The next day, he would come to school smiling nervously. 'His sister was ill.' he would say, but he was still planning to make his trip next spring. Paul's problems at school became worse. Even after the meeting with his teachers, Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammar and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theater. They were all friends of his. Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there anymore. His father warned the doorman at the theater not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theater laughed, when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought it was funny that Paul had told people he took them out to nice restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.
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he turned away from these dull teachers and their plain clothes,he showed them how little he thought of them and the studies they taught,he will bring photographers of the actors he knew to school,he would tell other students that he spent these evenings with these people at elegant restaurant,he announced that he will go away to Europe,or to California or to Egypt for a while,the next day he would come to school smiling nervously,his sister was ill,he would say.but he was still planning to make his trip next spring,Paul's problems at school became worse,even after the meeting with his teachers,things did not get better,he told them he had no time to study grammer and arithmetic,he told them he had to help the actors in the theatre,they were all friends of his,finally ,his teachers went to Paul's father,he took Paul out of school and made him get a job,he told the manager of the concert hall that Paul could not walk there any more,his father warned the doorman at the theatre not to let Paul enter place,and C.E. promised Paul's father not to see Paul again,all the actors of the theatre laughed when they heard of the stories Paul had been telling,the women thought it's funny,that Paul had told people he took them out night to restaurants and sent them flowers,they agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.

you have just heard part one of the american story Paul's case,it was written by W.C.,your story teller was K.G., listen again next week get this time for the final part of Paul's case told in special english on the voice of american,i'm S.V..


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He turned away from his dull teachers in their plain clothes. He tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they talked. He would bring photographs of all the actors he knew to school. He would tell the other students that he spent his evenings with these people at a elegant restaurant. Then he would announce that he was going away to Europe, or to California, or to Egypt for a while. Next day, he would smiling nervously, his sister was ill, he would say. But he was still planning to make his trip next spring.
Paul's problems at school became worse, even after the meeting with his teachers. Things did not get better. He told them he had no time to study grammer and arithmetic. He told them he had to help the actors in the theatre. They were all friends of his.
Finally, his teachers went to Paul's father. He took Paul out of school and made him get a job. He told the manager at the concert hall that Paul could not work there anymore. His father warned the doorman at the theatre not to let Paul into the place. And Charlie Edwards promised Paul's father not to see Paul again. All the actors at the theatre laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling. The women thought with funny that Paul had told people he took them to the nicest restaurants and sent them flowers. They agreed with the teachers and with his father that Paul's was a bad case.
You have just heard part one of the American story Paul's Case. It was written by Willa Cather. Your storyteller was Kay Gallant. Listen again next week at this time for the final part of Paul's Case told in Special English on the Voice of America. I'm Steve Ember.


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He turned away from his dull teachers in thier playing clothes.he tried to show them how little he thought of them and studies they taught.he was bringning photographs of all the actors he knew to school

he was telling other students that he spent his evenings with these people
at elegant(高贵的,高雅的) resterants.then he would anaunce that he was going away to Europe or to Canifinia or to Edgept for a while.

the next day he would come to school smiling nervoursly.His sister was ill he would say,but he was still planing to make his trip next spring.Paul's problems at school became worse.Even after the meeting with his teachers.things do not get better.He told them he had no time to study grammer and arithmetic(算数)he told them he had to help the actors in the theater.they were old friends of his.

Finally his teachers went to Paul's father.he took Paul out of school and made him get a job.he told the maneger at the concert hall that Paul could not work there any more.His father warned the doormate of the theater not let paul into the place.and Charlie Ewords promised Paul's father not to see Paul again.All the actors of the theater laughed when they heard about the stories Paul had been telling.

The women thought it was funny.the Paul had told people he took them out night resterants and sent them flowers.they agree with the teachers and his father .the"Paul" was a bad case.
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