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 Please help with my spanish!!lass5216

Pregunta 3: El viaje se llama "El Golfo" porque los pasajeros van después de la cina y llegan a Ibiza, cuando las discotecas se abren. No hay nada incluido. Por lo tanto, los pasajeros tienen que permanecer despierto por más de un día sin sueño. Podrán disfrutar de la puesta de sol y un día relajado, antes de que tienen ... >>>
language: Spanish, tags: español spanish Viajar
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 Letter to my host family in Australia (2)zoeboo

Dear XXX family, My name is YYY, I will turn sixteen in August 2015 and I am the French girl you are going to host three months this winter. Firstly, I would like to thank you for choosing me, I am so excited that this big project of mine is finally becoming real ! I'm glad I was placed in ... >>>
language: English, tags: English Australia australian
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 Italian essay emma1711

Il mio scambio con il Liceo Beccaria Non sono stato mai così stanca come dopo questa settimana. Abbiamo fatto qualcosa tutti il tempo così gli italiani non si annoia. Ci siamo divertiti moltissimo, ma è stato un grande lavoro e ha chiesto un grande quantità della mia energia. Finalmente gli italiani sono arrivati il 12 Aprile. Siamo stati molto eccitati ... >>>
language: Italian, tags: italiano
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 The Italians young read not so muchmartisantimarti

Half of the young Italians have not even read a book during the last year. This is only one of the results emerged from the Doxa survey, carried out on a sample of 1.400 people, realised to figure out habits, thoughts and consumptions of the young compatriots. Physic health, home and family make happy our teenagers. Among the favourite hobbies ... >>>
language: English, tags: english young read book
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 Place des Fêtes. hjordiz

L’histoire de la Place des Fêtes parle d’un homme Nigérian qui s’appelle Hassan. Il s'est effondré place des Fêtes, par une blessure à l'arme blanche pour sa guitare. Il est soigné par Sophie, un médecin et il l’a invité à une tasse de café. Les deux se sont déjà rencontrés dans un parking où Hassan fait le ménage et il ... >>>
language: French, tags: français
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 Every second is a second chance to start something newrabbinon

It is said that a human can be addicted to everything. I am not sure about that, but procrastination is definitely one of these things. When I was a kid and a teenager, I always heard that someone can’t do his work because one is lazy. Simple like that, it is matter of choice. In some cases that can be ... >>>
language: English, tags: post blog procrastination
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  A poem "Language is a Holy GrailMary007

Language is a Grail where every drop of wine is like a word And when the Grail is filled with wine a person’s good command of any tongue is high like angels next to Lord. One can compare a Grail’s stem with grammatics But proverbs, idioms and phrasal verbs are able to remind of patterns. A golden hem is our ... >>>
language: English, tags: A poem
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