Write about a moment that has changed your life ot made you think differently. Be creative, this moment can be serios, sad, happy, funy or silly/ (15-205-9 класс
This story happened when I was a child. I had a quarrel with my best friend. She didn't want to see me any more. I thought that everything was bad. It was the tradegy of my life. Then my mum told me a story in my family, the story of my great aunt's birth. She was born in some remote villiage on December 13th, 1928. She was born at home. When she was born, she was blue and wasn't breathing and the midwife said to her mother:"I'm terribly sorry, there's nothing we can do about this, the child insn't breathing". And the grandmother, who was present at the birth, said:" Stuff and nonsense! Give me that child". And she grabbed the baby, went downstairs, opened the door to the oven of the wood stove and put my great aunt in the oven. A few minutes later a great cry came from the oven and my great aunt had been born. And my great aunt is still alive and still able to tell this story. Now I understand that you should never give up and continue fighting up to the end. ( By the way, my best friend could forgive me after all)
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• Do you buy a lot of CDs and tapes?
• Do you go to concerts?
• Do you talk to your friends a lot about music?
the museum's website to learn about the permanent and special exhibitions, opening times, admission fees and discounts. More than half of museums are free to the public. It means people don't need to pay. Of those that charge fees, 58.7 percent have free days.
At the museum
Find the information desk and ask what exhibitions are on. When you are in the hall, ask if you can touch the exhibits.
Keep the visit simple and don't try to see everything. It could be better to come again one day. You should try to get to the how and the why of things. Take a break if you feel tired.
After the visit
Share your experiences with friends and relatives. Think if it has helped you find answers to the questions you came with or make new discoveries. Faith Lapidus: Thank you very much, Mario.
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4. How much does your future depend on the future of your country?