Dear Bladimiro: I am amazed by your post “I love Dope” because it is one of the words that people can use when somebody says a story and then after the story ends you say Dope story bro. And also dope is when you hear a song and you say that shxt dope bro. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: I like it for multiple reasons. It’…[Read more]
This text is telling us that people who live her should not have problems or an excuse to learn the English language because they were born there. If people live in the United States they need to speak English
Text and drive is bad because there has been a major accident in the world in this one of the main reasons most crashes are caused by people like you and me who think they can pay attention to the road and do
Hi Dewry, I completely agree with you that texting and driving is a very bad thing. Over the past decade we have become addicted to our phones that we feel it needs to be a part of everything we do. What makes our phones so addicting? Do you think there will be less crashes if there is a decrease in people texting and driving? Here is a link to an article that talks about ways in which we can prevent texting and driving, https://www.vdriveusa.com/resources/how-to-avoid-texting-while-driving.php
I like playing PS4 because I like talking to my friends and playing with my brother. A lot of people think that playing PS4 is bad but I think playing PS4 is good because you can talk to your friends and play
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