Estoy asombrado por tu escritura de “poder escribir en el diario” porque aprendí algo que nunca había escuchado. Yo soy de Guadalajara i vivo en Orange Cove CA. Una frase que me gusto fue que “por eso tío Toni se fue y otras personas se están yendo para los estados unidos.” Esto me gusto porque tío Toni les demostró que se podía…[Read more]
So far, the story of Earthquakes by Luke Thompson reminds me of another text. It was called the Tsunami. One thing that is similar is that both can destroy cities in just a few seconds. In 17, 1989 an Earthquake
Thanks for your writing. i look forward to seeing what you write next because your saying the by that time people don’t know why Earthquakes happened. The other text I read about The Tsunami was about in Japan. In 2011 a Tsunami surprise Japan it was around 6 pm when the Tsunami came destroying everything. It caused a lot of damage. A lot of people lost their houses because of that all people were scared they thought no one was going to survive. I hope never being on one of this situations because that would be horrible.
The effects of tsunamis as well as earthquakes are truly devastating and tragic. I as well hope they never occur in any other parts of the world. It is very sad seeing how many lives are ended as well as whole cities that are torn apart. Here are some articles regarding earthquakes I think would be interesting to learn further information about earthquakes and where have hit in different countries. a https://earthquake.usgs.gov/
Estoy asombrado por tu post que hiciste de Earthquakes tu publicacion fue una expriencia que personas pasan porque dices que In 17, 1989 an Earthquake come to San Francisco and in 15 seconds cause more than six billion dollars of damage. By that time people don’t know why Earthquakes happened. The other text I read about The Tsunami was about in Japan. I
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because this is asombroso y harrible por las personas que pasan eso.
Estoy asombrado por tu escritura “The Philippe Coutinho”. La parte que me gusto fue “Que tu querías ser como él y en algún futuro ser mejor que él” porque pienso que si tu trabajas duro en la escuela algun dia llegaras hacer alguien importante en el fútbol. Gracias por tu escritura espero leer tu próxima escritura que escribas a co…[Read more]
So far, the central idea of Earthquakes reminds me of something I saw in a movie. I read about Lisbon portugal that was preparing for a special day when an Earthquake came out and destroyed churches, b
esteemed PRIMO enrique I’m happy with his publication he did because he’s talking about that A lot of people died. Also I saw a movie called Terremoto which was almost the same thing as this book because it showed a family that was trying to survive but the Terremoto was very strong the man was trying to save his daughter who was stuck in a building. But he couldn’t due to the fact that he was also struggling to save his own life. I hope my family and I never been in an Earthquake because we can die in a few minutes. Never would I have thought that earthquakes would be so dangerous.
So far, the character of Kareem by Raymond Obstfeld reminds me of something I saw. I didn’t grew up like him but, I know people who grew up like him. When I starting reading this text reminds me of other pe
What a great story about your connections to the source “Kareem.” I especially liked when you shared that you knew people who lived in Nebraska like him but then talked about the differences between their lives and Kareem’s life. I would have loved to know a little bit more about how you personally connect to the text. I hope that you keep writing about people who inspire you.
So far, the central idea in the soccer star of the Lionel Messi reminds me of another player Ronaldinho. In other text Ronaldinho is one of the most magical player in the world they have almost the similar type
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