In school the classes can be very difficult. we can have a hard time with math, english, sciences, so many other subjects but sometimes the things that help us get through school and all the hard ships is sports. A way for us to distress or get our mind of so many things not only school.
I am a park in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. I have a nice look with the plants, trees and I look good when people walk around me. The people or childrens can use me when they want to play. My people make me look
I am interested in your post, “My beautiful neighborhood,” because…
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “I am a park in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. I have a nice look with the plants, trees and I look good when people walk around me.” I think this is very nice because your sentence are very good.
Dear Evelyn :
I am so excited with your post, “your beautiful neighbourhood” because i never went there before.I never go to park even in my neighborhood.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “I have a nice look with the plants, trees” I think this is good because some park from New York has no trees so people can’t get fresh air.
Another sentence that I like is ‘I like to go out of my neighborhood because there is not much noise and I can sit down and read a book without anyone bothering me’.“ This stood out for me because there is no park in my neighborhood and if i want to go park and read,i can’t.And there are some kids in my up stairs.They make noise.
Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time i want to study for exam but the kids are so noisy and i can’t study.So i just sit and do nothing.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because i am interested in what you write.
I liked what you wrote on your post Climate Change. I am interested in this because my subject also deals with the environment also because it likes to know about nature and I agree about what to write to you. “This can be detrimental for both humans and animals in the environment because it can cause sea levels to rise, contribute…[Read more]
My name is Evelyn Ramirez Velazquez and I was born in Mexico. I am 19 years old. I have lived in Puebla, Mexico and Brooklyn N.Y. In school I like to learn new things like new words in English and play
My students and I in Philadelphia have been learning about the internal and external conflicts that immigrants experience in the USA and around the world. I am going to encourage them to respond to your post.
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