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by K.HBey
Rated: E · Fiction · Educational · #2203812
Earl is brilliant in his studies when Curtis has an average level.
Earl and Curtis are true twins. Earl is brilliant at school and Curtis has an average level. Earl hates sport when Curtis is gifted in basketball.
Curtis says: "Earl, can you please take the math exam today instead of me please. I will take sport exam instead of you too". Earl agrees hardly and says: "OK! But be aware that it is an unfair behavior". Curtis: "It is just the final exam. Do not worry. Everything will be OK".
Mr. John deliberates the results, he puts zero to each one and they should remake the class. When Earl has known this he says to his brother: "You pushed me to be dishonest and you gambled with my studies. I will leave to another state and don't try to find me".
Mr. John asks both of them and says: "Tell me the truth please. Which one of you is Earl or Curtis?
Due to the fact they don't respond, Mr. John decides then to organize another short math test for both. Earl has been identified because at his exam he gets A+ and Curtis gets C.
Curtis is very sad because he has cheated and has lost a great brother. Curtis' eyes are flooded with tears and he regrets this. He says: "Do you remember when years ago we were at the forest for a race? You fell and I declared myself Earl instead. I knew that your group counted a lot on you." "Earl, I am so sorry. You are a brilliant student you deserve full success and your place is here. I will leave instead because I have just obtained a basketball contract at Michigan. You remain both my dearest friend and brother. I love you a lot". They hug each other and Earl says: "I will miss you".

300 words
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