Thursday, November 25, 2010

A strange story

As Mark sat down, he felt something moving next to his leg. He look to see if something was there but there was nothing.
    Mark was in his house, in his room. Hes was there to write a story about his family. In his house there was no one, he was alone.
    While he was writing, suddenly he heard a scream. He screamed loudly and moved towards to his living room. He saw a shadow on the wall. He was very scared. A few minutes later, he went to his room quickly and he locked the door to be safe.
     After a few minutes, he wrote the story and went to his living room. He was a little hysterical. He saw again the shadow on the wall and moved to Mark. Suddenly he felt something that is moved towards on his leg. He closed his eyes and screamed as loudly as he could. The neighbors come to his house to see what was wrong."A ghost" and Mark cried! Then he looked down and saw a cat looking up at his eagerly

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Writing an e-mail to a friend

 From: Christos
 Sent: 14th November
 Subject: Art Course

Hi Sam!
     How are you? It's been a long time since I last heard from you. I'm writing to answer all your questions.
    It is good idea to paint me. It will be fun. As for the place you will paint me is in my garden because it will help you to paint me very well. The reason is that my garden has a lot of flowers and some little statues.
    Regarding the special object, it is my little bear because I have had this since I was 6 years old. As for the questions I have three ones. First of all, when will you come to my house? Secondly, when you finish your painting would you like to stay in my house? Finally, what things do you want from me if you paint me?
    I'm looking foward to your next e-mail!
        Write back soon,

Sunday, November 21, 2010

An email

Dear Robin,
how are you? Thanks for your last letter. I'm writting to answer
all your questions.
   I would really like to go to a sports camp with you, as i am sure we will have
a great time together. Moreover schools are closed in July, so i will be free then. As for
the place we are going to sleep, i would rather stay in a tent, since we can be together in
this way and have a night chat. Needless to say, we will have our piece and quiet in the tent,
without having to put up with the noise in a hotel.
  Regaiding the speciality you asked me about, i'm pretty confident that i can cook `mousaka' very well;
that is a dish with minced meat potatoes, aubergines and cream cooked in the oven.Finally, before leaving
for the camp, there are lots of activities that can be done, such as visiting museums, seeing the sights, going
window shopping in the impresive department stores.
     Well, that's all i had to say. I look forward to your next letter and of course my visit to Canada.
                                                                                                          Best wishes