Apostrophes Worksheet 2 Key
Itís hard to understand why people decide to buy certain cars. Even though a personís old car might be running fine, once he sees one of the new models, heís not going to be happy until he has traded in his old car. John, one of my best friends, is a good example of a victim of ďnew car fever.Ē Johnís 1993 Camaro was running fine, but when he saw the advertisements for the 1996 Camaro, with more valves for extra fuel injection and a sleek, sporty new air foil, he thought of thousands of reasons why he needed a new car. Johnís girlfriend didnít see much of him for several Saturdays while he was listening to this salesmanís pitch and looking at that dealerís display. Meanwhile, his girlfriend had started going out with an old friend of hers and Johnís. She says she doesnít mind going out in her new boyfriendís 1968 pickup at all. Now Johnís got a new car, but is looking for a new girl to go out with, preferably one who will be impressed with his new carís extra valves.
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