by Magaly Rodgríguez
Present/Past Tense - Level 1
Jean-Paul is an 11-year-old boy who lives in Paris. His best friend is Pascale. Poor Jean-Paul has one big problem. He does not like school. He does not like to study or do homework. Fortunately- Jean-Paul has a lot of good ideas. He thinks of many fun and exciting things to do rather than going to school. His good ideas include visiting a soccer stadium and an art museum with his friend Pascale. Jean-Paul also thinks about eating delicious pastries in a bakery and rowing a boat in a park. Jean-Paul thinks these are great ideas.
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