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If there are traffic lights wait until they are green to walk across the road. If there aren't traffic lights, but you have a pedestrian crossing, make sure there is no traffic before you cross, or that the vehicles have stopped before you start crossing. This is not difficult to understand, is it? My grandfather was a very difficult person to please. I remember him as a grumpy old man, always complaining about everything. They say that when he was young he was a very nice person to talk to, but as he grew older he became silly and impossible to talk to.

Seria maravilloso ser joven otra vez y trabajar por un sueldo. Se acordaba de los primeros dias despues de casarse. jQue excitante fue! jQue excitada se sentia! Y despues segun pasaron los anos, lenta pero inexorablemente, que poco sentido tenian las cosas. iQue doloroso era enfrentarse con otro horrible dia de rutina diaria! Ella habia querido tener hijos pero el medico la habia disuadido. Hubiera sido peligroso para ella. Era un atardecer delicioso. Ella estaba verdaderamente encantada: el baile, su primer vestido largo de noche, la musica romantica, los apuestos jovenes peleandose por sus favores.

After some time they found a quiet dimly-lit typical Spanish little restaurant away from the crowded streets and had a pleasant supper. In the antique shop I saw a rare silver ring which caught my eye. I hadn't gone to the shop looking for rings. I was more interested in old Italian paintings, but this ring fascinated me. It was a devilish face with small cruel thin lips. The more I looked at the figure the more it seemed to be looking at me with small penetrating evil eyes. I felt a shiver run up my spine and I pulled my eyes away from it.

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