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Next Door to Love

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Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities. Stella is curious about her attractive new London neighbour, Tony. She gradually gets to know Tony - and also his young daughter, Daisy. But Stella and Tony's growi ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published June 1st 2005 by Cambridge University Press
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Satomi Ito
Apr 17, 2013 Satomi Ito rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
1. Margret Johnson, CAMBRIGE, Level1
2. 50min.
3. neighbor/sad/daughter/woman/lawyer/family /court
4. How many daughters do you have?
I have three daughters.
5. One day, a man moved in the next door of Stella. His name is Tony. He is very tall and she likes his black hair. She falled in love at first sight. She saw his sad face in the garden. Several days after, she heared him on the phone next door. The house in their street are small and you can sometimes hear people speaking. She understood that
Yurika Tokoro
Sep 26, 2015 Yurika Tokoro rated it it was amazing
Cambridge, level 1

September 22=30 mins

Neighbor/ Sad/ a daughter/ Love/ ex-wife/ Family Court/ Move

'There are computers in Scotland. And lots of restaurants.'
Stella, the main character says to her boyfriend Tony this word when he loses the Family Court about his one daughter Daisy against his ex-wife. She decides to move to where Daisy is with him. And this shows bright new life being with him.

The story is so sweet that it makes me want to fall in love like this way!
友希乃 武山
Jun 03, 2014 友希乃 武山 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
1. Cambridge/Level 1
2. 05/30=20minutes 05/31=30minutes 06/01=30minutes
3. neighborhood-Stella-Tony-divorce-love-Scotland-happy
4 a) I liked this phrase, ”Everybody needs someone."
b) I liked Stella tryed understanding that Tony thought about Daisy (his daughter) and ex-wife.
5. It was interesting for me because it was very realistic story, but I couldn't understand the scene that Stella recomended Tony to move to Scotland together because it developed fast.
Wakako Natsume
1. Margaret Johnson/ Cambridge/ Level 1

2. Next Door to Love
9/26 40 min.
A study in Scarlet(Sherlock Holmes)
9/27 9 min.
9/30 28 min.
10/1 18 min.
95 min.
3. neighbor, friend, love, daughter, Scotland, court, horse

4. How often do you talk with your neighbor? -- When I go to school, come back home and walk with my dog. I think Japanese doesn't talk with own neighbor these days.

5. This story is about a woman who doesn't want boyfriend and a man who has a daughter but divorced. They fallen in love a
Risa Horiuchi

Cambridge Level 2

11/3 90minutes

Neighborhood tall daughter divorce court Scotland horse

If you divorce with your husband do you want to bring up your child?
Yes! Of course I want to do that. Single mother need more strong feeling than usual
family. But I think that relation of them will be very good. Mother takes care of the child also take good care of the mother in the same way.

The girl wants to know the nice guy who moved near her house. But she couldn’t act positively and she is very shy
May 22, 2013 Ryoji rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
5.Have you ever moved?
A.No,I haven't
6.Tony moved to stella's next to door.They gradually loved each other. But Tony had big problem. stella also had problem. They took care of each other. And they cured problem each other. This is a great love story.
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Margaret K Johnson was born in Hertfordshire, England. She writes women's fiction and readers for people learning to speak English.

Margaret's novel The Goddess Workshop is a roller-coaster comedy about a mismatched group of women with a common aim - becoming confident, sensual beings. Her second women's fiction novel, The Dare Club is about a group of people who meet on a Divorced and Separated co
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