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AOC Makes Me Giddy! View Comment
  • @diallof
  • March 20, 2020

Dear Leticia I am impressed by, your letter “AOC Makes Me Giddy!,” because you really show her your gratitude in this letter and how you used the video to show someone people in Africa whom don’t have the same opportunity to stand for themselves . One sentence you wrote...

Racial Wealth Gap and Education View Comment
  • @diallof
  • February 25, 2020

Dear El-Hassn I am fascinated by your analysis, “ Racial Wealth Gap and Education,” because you really show how poor people struggles to gain education. Therefore how the characters environment influence them. One set of lines that stands out for me is, “ The three stories above demonstrate that education...

Dear Issaka I am impressed by your analysis “,America Inequality in Different Ways” because you used all the three stories to show how they struggles of being poor. And how you show wealth unequally distributed in the U.S. One paragraph that stands out for me is,” In the three stories...

Struggles of Minorities View Comment
  • @diallof
  • February 5, 2020

Dear Hanna I am really impressed how you analyse the three stories “Struggles of Minorities,” because you used all of them to show how minorities faced their problem everyday life. One paragraph that stands out for me is, you introduced your three stories by explain why you are doing this...

Get up View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 12, 2019

Dear Ibad I am passionated by poem “ Get up” because It really warm my whole body and it very powerful. One stanza that stands out for me is, “ Do not forget people sacrificed themselves For the world today Do not destroy what they worked for....

Sisterhood View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 12, 2019

Hey Kadija thank you for your comment and i’m looking forward to see you in my next story.

Sisterhood View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 12, 2019

Thank you for taking your time to read my story. I'm looking forward to see you to my next story.

Sisterhood View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 12, 2019

Thank you so much for your comment I'm glade you like it. In adition i'm so happy to inspire you and helped to connected with you.

It Is How I feel In Real Life View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 11, 2019

Dear Leticia I am adoring by your short “It Is How I feel In Real Life” because I like how you used Maggie’s point of view to show how she feel about her life. One set of lines that stands out for me is, “I am rarely present...

The Hardest Letter to Write View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 11, 2019

Dear Abigail I am eager with your Letter “The Hardest Letter to Write” because I love how you used Maggie’s point of view to used the Letter and explain how she felt about her sister. And also the way that you bring the story in the future by...

My true feelings View Comment
  • @diallof
  • December 11, 2019

Dear Eros I am fascinated by your Letter, “My True Feeling,” because I really like how you used Maggie’s point of view to explain how she feel about Dee and all the reproached she had. How she think her sister did not love her. One set of lines ...

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