Times of the day, express despair and anger & determine the gender of nouns by their meanings: times of the day/days of the week/months/seasons/points of the compass, modal verb dürfen and modal verb summary.
The next morning after the party, Paul realizes that the precious book he got from his parents is gone. They must never find out about it! The profile of his online date Laura, who didn’t show up, is also deleted. Paul is desperate. Why didn’t Laura come, and why did she delete her online profile? How would his parents react if they ever found out the book is gone? Or did Paul maybe just misplace it? Where could it be?
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