Detailed and informal
-because of the arrangement of the text, simple and focuses to the younger generation
-because of the choice of words used in the story
Tenant- A person who rents a land, property from the land lord
Intrigue- plotting of something painful or harmful
Audacity- showing a lack of respect, rude or impudent
Oblivious- not aware of what is around you
Tenant - renting a house owned by someone
Intrigue - a secret love affair
Audacity - having no guards to do what you want
Oblivious – not paying attention on what is happening around you
Soshanguve – proper noun
Backrooms - common noun
Fascinated – abstract noun
Long navy dress
“I found myself visiting my friends more often.”
“Somehow I felt jealousy creeping up on me.”
“I tried my best to ignore the fact that I was falling in love with my friend” V.
“…., one day I decided to be a man about my feelings.”
“…..,it was a holiday and it was perfect.”
“We went to the library together.”
“Don’t get me wrong here, I don’t mean that she was rude” (apostrophe, comma and full stop) VII.
Ours- possessive pronoun
I – personal pronoun
Who – relative pronoun
“I found myself visiting my friends more often.” X.
My cat is very playful.
He thought that he could pay his own school fee.
These children keep making noise.
These are great news indeed; I can’t believe I made it. V.
When I was young, I used to love playing with dolls.
She is an energetic young woman.
I am going home now, how I wish I could get der before it starts to rain. VIII.
In 1990, he led his team to a glorious victory’
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