THE TURN OF THE SCREW BY: PALOMA

Using the information in the book provide a twist in the story. Change the ending in a radical yet accountable way.

When Mrs Grose and I arrived to the lake, we saw Flora. She was crying. I touch her, and she hugged me. So, I said to her:

“What happened little girl?”

She continued craying, until she stopped, and said:

“I saw something horrible… I saw Miss Jessel. Please, take Miles and me to a securate pleace..”

In that moment I looked to Mrs Grose and quickly I said:

“Yes, you are right! I’ll take care of you.. I know a place to stay.. Now we go to look for Miles and we go, do you want?

“Yes!” She said

“Mrs Grose, do you want to came?” I asked her

“If you want yes.. I have been with them for ten years” Said Mrs Grose

“of course yo can come! Cammon, don’t lose more time”

So we went to look for Miles, and we moved to another place… With Mrs Grose we take care of the kids and we had great moments!

THE END!


 

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  1. Miss Agustina dijo:

    Pay attention to spelling: crying, place, come on.

    Careful with preposition: AT that moment, Look AT.

    Careful! Use the infinitive after TO: “Do you want TO COME?”

    Don’t mix tenses: “I touchED her, and she hugged me.”, “With Mrs Grose we TOOK care of the kids and we had great moments!”

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