You could also say:This is the third part of my short story, "The Nineties." Please would you take a look at it and correct my mistakes.
I returned home and found my father listening to the radio in his bedroom. Since he retired because of his ill health about eight years ago, listening to the news from the whole world had become one of his favourite occupations. The BBC, Voice of America, Deutsche Welle, France International and Radio Moscow all had programs in Serbo-Croatian, and my father listened to them from early morning until late in the night, besides listening to our national stations. Ever since I could remember, he had always had his shortwave radio beside him, and was eager to know what was going on in the world. He never trusted Communist propaganda and when Communism collapsed, he did not trust the new government either.
“Found a job?” he asked when I opened the door.
“No, I just went for a stroll in town.”
“Strolling is for pensioners and lazy people.” he sneered and spoiled my mood.
until late at night
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