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The invitation to the ball!
Madame Loisel loses Madame Forestier's necklace.
Oh no... I've lost Madame Foresteir's necklace!
Calm down. I am gong to retrace our steps to see if I can find the necklace.
Madame Loisel sees Madame Foresteir again after 10 years.
That is Madame Forestier! Should I tell her the story about the necklace now that I have spent 10 years paying up my debt?
Mr. Loisel gave his wife an invitation to a ball. He was expecting his wife to be excited, but instead she was sad that she had nothing fancy to wear. Her husband gave her 400 Francs to buy a nice gown. She exclaimed that she had no jewelry. Her husband told Mathilde to borrow some from her friend Mrs. Forestier. So she borrowed a nice, diamond necklace from Mrs. Forestier.
Madame Loisel was half undressed when she noticed that she had lost Madame Forestier's necklace. Mr. Loisel went back to retrace his steps and try to find the necklace. Her husband returned about seven o'clock. But he had found nothing.
One Sunday, Madame Loisel took a walk in the Champs Elysees to refresh herself after the labors of the week, and she came across Madame Forestier. Madame Loisel told Madame Foresteir that she had lost the necklace and that she replaced it with a similar one. Madame Forestier told Madame Loisel that the necklace she let her borrow was probably worth 500 Francs at most because it was paste.
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