- For Teachers
please check if my punctuation is correct, i'm not really sure at all.
"Billy had several more visits from the aliens. Sometimes they ate snacks on his Buick; sometimes they played music and danced. One
alien, in particular, became Billy's friend. The alien taught Billy some
good tricks: a foolproof method for shooting foul shots, a lip-smacking recipe for tadpoles, and a way to make his eyes change color at will.
Later in life, Billy found himself married, with two small children, living in a peaceful suburb. He said that he couldn't be happier. "You miss the aliens." said his wife one night; putting the children to bed. She was right; his Buick had long gone to the scrap heap; and the aliens, once his friends, did not appear anymore. Sometimes it made Billy sad, but he threw himself into his work as an accountant for a chain of dry cleaners; and occasionally he made a little money making bets on his foul-shooting. Although he lived a sedate, quiet life; he always treasured the days of snacking on the Buick with the aliens."