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Party's On.

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GCSE Coursework Short Story Party's On Alexa Glick Slam! The front door shuts. 'Oh my God, I didn't think we would ever get rid of them.' Lisa says with a sigh of relief. 'Get out my way, you little brat.' She pushes past her brother with a rather content look on her face. 'But you're supposed to be looking after me' Simon moans. 'What are you going to do? Go tell mummy and daddy!' Lisa laughs and runs up the stairs, leaving Simon in floods of tears in the hallway. Summer had begun; Lisa and Simon's parents had gone away for the weekend leaving Lisa in charge of her little brother Simon. But what they thought was going to be a nice relaxing break, is going to be the very opposite back at home. Up in Lisa's bedroom, 'yeah they just left,' she tells her best friend Sheryl on the phone, 'so when you coming over?' 'I'll be over in ten' she replies. 'Alright see you soon,' Lisa puts down the phone and jumps off her bed. She walks over to her desk and opens her diary, as she goes down the list of her friend's numbers, she picks up the phone again and starts dialing. ...read more.

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The man looks back and walks over to the desk. 'Yyess,' he says, ' Cen I help, yoe?' Mr. Jackson stares at him with real anger in his eyes. 'Yes,' he pauses 'you must be mistaken, are there any rooms available for us?' 'No, the man replies sharply and as he turns around to walk off, Mr. Jackson exclaims 'Well, will you direct us to the nearest lodge or hotel please.' 'I em sorre ser but tis iz de onle hotel forr miles.' The man walks off into a room and shuts the door behind him. Back at home, Lisa and Sheryl are getting ready for the party. 'The place looks fantastic.' Sheryl said and Lisa agrees with a great big smile on her face. 'Now all we have to do it get rid of my brother,' Lisa said followed by a few giggles from Sheryl. Lisa ran upstairs and knocked on her brother's bedroom, no answer, she assumed he would be asleep; she got the key from her parent's room and looked the door. 'That will keep him quiet,' Lisa said and the two girls went downstairs very happy with themselves. ...read more.

Conclusion

'Good evening miss, I'm police office Jenkins, and there have been some complaints of the noise level in the neighborhood. Could you please just turn the music off, actually, parties over, it's rather late, all you kids should be at home in bed. Cheers.' Said the policeman. Lisa closed the door and turned around with great disappointment, preparing to tell her friends the party was over. That second, the doorbell rang again, Lisa hadn't moved from her spot so leant out and opened the door. 'I know, I know, the parties over,' she said regretfully, thinking it was the policeman again. But as she looked up, she realized it wasn't the policeman again but her, parents. She stumbled back, as her father pushed past her. 'WHAT IN THE NAME DO YOU CALL THIS?' he screamed. 'A party, father,' Lisa mumbled. 'EVERYBODY OUT...NOW' he screamed again. Within two minutes, the whole house was cleared of people. Sheryl being the last person to leave, she reached the door, wished Lisa good luck ' Wait till they find your brother,' she said and legged it down the drive. You could say Lisa was in a lot of trouble, and she was. It was going to be a very long summer. ...read more.

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