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E1 book 12


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An unique perspective of how the ideal world would be in my perspective.

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E1 book 12

  1. 1. My routine, my history...
  2. 2. My name is Thalia Lara. I’m 15 years old. I am from São Paulo. I am a student at CilC and at CEM 12. I live in Ceilândia.
  3. 3. In the morning I usually wake up at about 6:10 and I take a shower. I usually don’t have breakfast. When I have breakfast, I normally have some milk, coffee, butter and toast. After I have breakfast, I leave my house and go to CilC. At CilC, I study English.
  4. 4. After CilC, I go home and when I arrive home... I play with my dog. Then, at lunch time, I have some rice, beans, steak and soda for lunch. Then I prepare myself to go to classes in the afternoon.
  5. 5. In the afternoons, I go to school. It starts at 1:00 p.m. There, I study Geography, Education and Sociology... I also talk to friends and my classmates. At break time I have some soda, popcorn or cake for snack. When school finishes at 6:15, I go home.
  6. 6. When I arrive home, I take a bath, I put my sleeping clothes and I hope my mother prepares dinner. Then I watch a little T.V and I talk to my parents and sisters. When dinner is ready, we go to the dinner table. After dinner, we watch o bit of the soap opera and then we go to bed.
  7. 7. The end.
  8. 8. THE END Author: Thalia Lara Editorial Supervisor: Teacher: Gerson A. Moura Illustrator: PascalCampion Publisher: Date: II Semester - Summer 2014 A project from ‘Cilc’s Writing Club’: “Café Literário” CILC: Centro Interescolar de Línguas de Ceilândia
  9. 9. Page line Where it says... It should have said... How would you grade this story from 10 to 100? - Grade: ( ) Why? What did you think about this story? Did you like it? Why? SUGESTIONS TO IMPROVE THE STORY...