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John Milne - Lucky Number. Audiobook level 0 (starter) текст песни
Cafe Colombo closes at midnight. Every night, Charlie has a long walk home. He gives her all the money. Charlie has no father.
Charlie has younger brothers and younger sisters. She buys food with the money. Charlie shows his mother the lottery ticket. His mother looks at the ticket. She reads the number — SEVEN — FIVE — THREE — EIGHT — ONE — TWO — NINE — FOUR — SIX. Lucky Number Cafe Colombo is always busy. There are always people sitting at the tables in Cafe Colombo.
The men and women are all well-dressed. Charlie does not sit in Cafe Colombo. Charlie is not well-dressed.
He sits on the pavement outside Cafe Colombo. He sits on a small box. Charlie is a shoeshine boy. He does not go to school. He works all day.
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He shines black shoes. He shines brown shoes.
He shines blue shoes. Ten cents a shine! The man puts one foot on the box. The man gives Charlie ten cents. Charlie takes the ten cent coin. He picks up his box.
He goes back to the pavement. An old man walks slowly along the pavement. The old man is carrying a large board.
There is a notice on the board. The old man is selling lottery tickets. One dollar a ticket!