A famous baseball player.
A successful author.
A successful movie star.
Important and admired.
He is going to hire someone to write for him.
He isn’t going to write a lot in the future.
He thinks it’s cool to write badly.
He wants to concentrate on his baseball career.
Everyone stops shouting for a moment.
Shouts of excitement are extremely loud.
That people come running to the place.
The speakers are talking more softly.
Man living next door.
Mechanic fixing Garret’s mother’s car.
Young car salesman.
Help him to change oil in his car.
Learn about the duties of a car owner.
Learn different ways to fix his car.
Stop thinking about getting a car.
He wants to be able to pick up girls in his car.
He wants to be like Mr. Rodriguez.
He thinks owning a car makes him famous.
Travelling by bus is not suitable for a star.
Frame of mind.
He has to spend so much time on homework.
His imagination carries him away.
His laziness keeps him from concentrating.
His parents put too much pressure on him.