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[American Story] 【整理】SENEWS-2007-0818-FEATURE

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As they ate, Mrs. Angle agreed with everything he said. But she was too quiet, something had left her. It was that this someone had turned some of the lights off in the room. You could still see everything, but not so clearly.

He looked out of the window onto the street, wrong Rome, rich in history, the warm night, the happy voices, the shouting voices. Voices of mothers and fathers, the children, and even of visitors fached he his wife. Visitors who never really saw or understood, all there is to see and understand. Then, he knew what Mrs. Angle had been trying to do. She had been trying to understand, trying to get a little closer to the city and its people. She had been rich in her hand and her mind out to them. Now she said across from him that she met anywhere, New York City, Boston, Poduc Podunk, but this was Rome. He had closed the door to her happiness, her ideas of Rome. He had crushed her. That was the right word, crushed, and this was the last thing in the world he wanted to do to Mrs. Angle. He breathed deeply, and said in the voice louder than he wanted to.

Counto, you Counto. He felt Mrs. Angle’s eyes looked at him as he paid away of the food and gave in the extra money for himself. Out on the street, they walked near a mother holding a little girl. Mrs. Angle moved closer to the mother and said: bala, belicema. The woman lifted the little girl higher for Mrs. Angle to see. Mrs. Angle laughed, and made the special wave. Ciao, Ciao, she looked at her husband, and he saw her eyes were filled with happiness again. Mr. Angle felt a strange love lump been a throwt throat, and then he waved to the child in his own way. Ciao, he said, and he felt his wife’s arm as she moved close to him and slipped it through his.

You have just heard the American Story Ciao by P.C. It was adapted by the Special English Step. Your Storyteller was S.G. This is B.D. Please listen next week or another program of American Stories in VOA Special English.
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