So far the issues in “a wrinkle in time” reminds me of the communities. The characters remind me of this because the book talks about two children who are looking for their dad who was a scientist and got lost in
I am impressed with your post, “Look for Dad,” because what you are talking about is that children never gave up they were going to give up until their mother is saying she was not going to return. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “In the communities there are many children without their father. and they are looking for their father in the hope of finding him. ”I think this is fine because if people can disappear from night to morning but there is always the hope that they will return. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I would like it if one day those children lost hope oh they did find their father.
I am a bit disappointed by your post, “A wrinkle in time”, because there wasn’t much information. Also when I started to get excited that emotion vanished because there was no more information.
One sentence your wrote that stands out for me is: “In the communities there are many children without his father and they are looking for their father in the hope of finding him”. I think this is a phrase with a lot of motivation because it makes other children think that they do not lose hope that their father returns home.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I would like you to tell me more about the story you are reading because I only had the thorn of knowing what else happened in the story. And I recommend that when you write you put in a summary what you have been reading so that your post has more information, Or perhaps you would like to be left with the thorn of what else is happening in history?
Dear Liz vazquez: I am happy with your post “La Temporada de invierno es mi temporada” because a mi tambien me gusta el invierno porque tomo chocolate caliente.También me gusta por que puedo estar en mi cama con mis cobijas viendo youtube.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “me alegra esta temporada”creo que esto es emociona…[Read more]
Hasta ahora la trama en Explores the world me recuerda también que en el Amazonas también se está quemando igual como dice el libro.también dice que si se acaban los árboles del amazonas mucha gente podría sufri
I’m surprised by his post, “Explore the world,” because this title is very important to me. This is something that everyone should be informed about what happens with the Amazon. It is very sad that the animals that live there are dying.
One sentence he wrote that stands out to me is: “if the trees of the Amazon are over, many people could suffer from lack of oxygen.” I think this is horrible because everyone will die and nobody does anything. It is very sad that other people are not interested.
Thanks for writing I hope to see what you write next, because for me this title is very important. This is what I want to hear to be more informed. I want to do more about this so people want to hear.
Me pareció interesante sobre lo que escribistes sobre ” Explores the world ” porque hablas sobre cómo la amazona se está quemando y es muy triste ver como se está destruyendo el planeta. Algo que me gusto que escribiste fue que como los animalitos se están muriendo por culpa nuestra,porque es cierto nosotros mismos estamos destruyendo el mundo.
Gracias por tu escritura me gusto mucho espero que sigas escribiendo mas sobre ese tema.
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