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 p…[Read more]
So far in the themes in ‘’this land our land’’reminds me of another text. In ‘’la vida es un paraíso’’because they talk the same thing and hey say the U.S army was in charge in the 1890s.They made roads and bu
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…[Read more]
So far, the central idea in “saving trees with science “ remains me a something i did in mexico because we just to take care of the trees and the animals so the animals can eat and in a fact, if there no trees or
So far the plot in The long road home reminds me of something i experienced is went i play soccer the sometimes i feel bad went i lost. one day went i was playing soccer i lost and i was going home and it star
Estimado raul estoy sorprendido por tu escritura, “The Long Road Home” porque a mi tambien me gusta el futbol y me molesto cuando pierdo. Una frase que usted escribe que se destaca para mi es ‘El libro es algo similar a mi vida porque el libro dice que el niño estaba jugando fútbol y perdió el juego.Creo que esto es algo similar a lo que pasa en la vida real porque muchos niños pierden juegos.
Gracias por tu escritura. Espero ver lo que escribas a continuación, por que me dejó con ganas de saber mas del futbol.
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