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A love story -composed as a play.

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A love story Characters: There are 7 people in the play, which are 3men and 4 women. Zhao Ming (male Zhang Li (female Li Wen (female Liu Jiang (male Chen Shan (female Liang Dong (male Zhao Ming's Mum( female SceneIIn the University Character description: Zhao ming: his appearance is just so so, however his study is very good, he like reading, traveling. He is open mind boy Zhang Li: she is not very pretty girl but is charming. Also she studies well. Li wen: she is a pretty girl, who has strong vanity. And selfish Liujiang : a hand some boy but do not like study. He lives in a rich family, like gambling and play pool in his free time Chen shan: pretty girl with a long hair, she is a kind person. Liang dong: his family is rich, so he spend money without limted Act 1 The first year in university All the characters are studying in one university except Zhao Ming's mum, although they study in one university, they don't know each other at first year. (in a small classroom, Zhang li and Chen shan sit together, there are talking something. ...read more.

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She is so stubborn! She would quarry about tiny things with you. And she always could not be satisfied with what you have done for her. You have been with her for about one year, in the recent half-year you always fight! And there is no peace between you two! Ming: mum, although there are some problems between us, we love each other! We will solve all the trouble! Mum: can you? I think that when you have solved the old problems, the new one will come. Think about what have been happened in the recent half year? She even doesn't want you to play basketball in your free time! Instead of being with her for 24 hours! That was what you told me! Ming: yes, I really do not like some of her thoughts and her behaviors. But I love her! Mum: child, live is not equal to love! You need a suitable person to live with you after you get married. You need a peaceful live! Ming: so what is you suggestion? Mum: you should break up with her, and I will not agree you get married with her! ...read more.

Conclusion

Shan: you liar! Why you don't tell me you have recovered the relationship with your ex-girlfriend? Dong: sorry! (Shan is terribly crying and hold Dong's hands tightly) Shan: I broke up with my ex-boyfriend, who had been with me for almost 9 years, do you know why? I did it for you! All I have done for you but you abandon me so easily! Dong: sorry I hide the truth, I just won't hurt you. Shan: please don't eave me alone! I will do everything for you! (dong runs fast away from Shan, shan sit there and can't stop crying) Act 3 5 years after graduate (sunset, still in the small park, Ming hold Shan's hand and walking) Shan: Ming, I don't understand why we can get married? Ming: because of love! (shan is smiling) Ming: live teaches us how to love and who is the person suit you! I have been thinking that fate lead us to get married. Sometimes when you feel you like some one then you may not forget her/he for all our life. And you will not stop seeking for her/ him! Shan: yes, and we earn experience about how to love and live with others. Also the terrible history tell us how to treat others and yourself. (they hold hands and walk toward the sunset) ...read more.

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