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    In my class, we read three story which is Every day use, The Lesson and How to date a white and brown girl. This is the link of the website where we read those stories.


    Life is all about surprises

    In my class, we read three story which is Every day use, The Lesson and How to date a white and brown girl. This is the link of the website where we read those stories. I think...

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    • Dear Yeanoor:

      I am envious of your essay, “Life is all about surprises,” because it shows a realistic point of view about life and how luck just played its role in some people’s life.

      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “they have a lack of knowledge about the world which is not letting them to content in what they possess” I think this is eye-catching because it shows that life is not about how much you have, but it’s about how you take advantage of the resources around you. Another sentence that I liked was: “and not feeling comfortable what life he is living.” This stood out for me because it proves that it’s ok to not be satisfied with your current situation, but it’s not ok to be in the same place for the rest of your life.

      Have you seen this book? I thought you might be interested in this because it tells you how to actually read a book.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I think the realism in your literature is so eye-catching and opens the reader’s mind.

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    The one line that stands out for me is, “ My loneliness made me feel me that I was obligated to reunite with my fa…Read More

  • Dear Fatema,

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    One line that stands out for me is,…Read More

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