Several years ago, while attending a communications course, I experienced a most unusual teaching process. The instructor asked us to list anything in our past that we felt ashamed of, guilty about, regretted, or incomplete about. The next week he invited participants to read their lists aloud. This seemed like a very private process, but there are always some brave souls in the crowd who will volunteer. As people read their lists, mine grew longer. Nguoi dich Hoahamtieu
Pencil: I'm sorry. Người dịch Clementine
The name Helen Keller has had special meaning for millions of people in all parts of the world. She could not see or hear. Yet Helen Keller was able to do so much with her days and years. Her success gave others hope. Helen Keller was born June twenty-seventh, eighteen eighty in a small town in northern Alabama. Her father, Arthur Keller, was a captain in the army of the South during the American Civil War. Her mother was his second wife. She was much younger than her husband. Helen was their first child. Người dịch Cuty
10th grade As I sat there in English class, I stared at the girl next to me. She was my so called "best friend". I stared at her long, silky hair, and wished she was mine. But she didn't notice me like that, and I knew it. After class, she walked up to me and asked me for the notes she had missed the day before and handed them to her. She said "thanks" and gave me a kiss on the cheek. I wanted to tell her, I want her to know that I don't want to be just friends, I love her but I'm just too shy, and I don't know why.
In a land far away, lived a merchant and his daughter, beauty. Beauty like her name, was very pretty, loving and kind.
One day a crow was flying through the woods, fluttering from one tree branch to another.
A French boy said to his friend: "My young sister is ten years old but she can speak English rather well."
The friend smiled and replied: "It isn't a strange thing. When my family travel to London, I met a little girl who was about five years old but she spoke English like wind."
The cranes were eating grain from his field, so the farmer set a trap and caught several of them.
An insignificant foe is sometimes more dangerous than a mighty adversary because we’re not on guard against it.
There was a country where they were all thieves.