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chocolate

You can drink it ,and you can cook with it. You can even make buildings, dresses and hats out of it. You can give it to somebody as a present, or you can buy it for yourself. And of course you can eat it. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate , white chocolate, chocolates with gold on the outside-everybody loves chocolate. Follow its story, from the forests of Central America hundreds of years ago, through Africa, Europe, and the United States.

I was surprised that Switzerland is the country that eats chocolate most!! I was also surprised that chocolates were used like a currency. I was able to understand the history of chocolate.

The most interesting metaphor

The most interesting metaphor from the game that we played is "my life in America was like a jack-in-the-box". Mr. Atsusi said this metaphor. The reason for saying this metaphor is that he lived in America when he was an elementary school student. In his life in America, there were lots of surprises. In addition, it was a very enjoyable life for him. Therefore, he compared his life in America to a jack-in-the-box. I heard this word for the first time, so I thought this metaphor was very interesting. I would like to live my life like that.

College Writing 2a Essay#1

Hayata Inoue 1712004 October 14 Essay #1
My travel started from Nagoya in Aichi. When I was a little, my travel was so good. I loved soccer since I was little. When I was an elementary school student, my parents let me join a soccer club. This thing made my travel rich. I made many friends through the club. That’s why my trip was going well.
However, a big storm attacked me on my travel of when I was a third-year student in junior high school. That storm was a high school entrance exam. I was not good at studying, so my travel did not seem to be going smoothly. However, I studied hard, so I was able to enter the school I wanted to enter. This occurrence taught me the importance of trying. This experience made my travel valuable.
Now, I study English in Prefectural University of Kumamoto. I can study English literature and grammar. In addition, I also made new friends, so I enjoy coming to school. However, I’m at a crossroads in my life. This mean that I have not decided what to do after gra…

Wyatt's Hurricane

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Hurricane Mabel is far out in the Atlantic Ocean and moving slowly northwards. Perphaps it will never come near land at all. But if it hits the island of San Fernendez, many thousandz of people will die.

 This book's model is Haiti. They make calm judgments and fulfill a big role. I was able to feel the coolness of the hero. So this book was very interesting for me.The evaluation of this book is high、so please this book. I recommend you.


Bagley, Desmond (2000)
Oxford: Oxford Bookworms Library





Black Beauty

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When Black Beauty is traind to carry a rider on his back, or to pull a carrige behind him, he finds it hard at first. But he is lucky - his first home is a good one, where his owners are kind people, who would never be cruel to a horse.

This story is set in the 19th century. Therefore, a horse is a substitute for a bicycle or a motorbike.
  I thought that if I gently touched animals, I could make friends with it.
  I thought that the person dealing badly about the horse was terrible.

Sewell, Anna (2000)
Oxford: Oxford Bookworms Library

The Eagle of the Ninth

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Little Women

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At Christmas the four March girls decide that they will all try hard to be good, and never ti be cross, or lazy, or selfish again. Meg, the oldest, won't complain about her job or not having pretty dresses. Jo won't argue and get angry and run wild like a boy. Shy Beth will try hard to be braver, and little Amy will think less of herself and more of other people. They don't always succeed, of course, and sometimes there are arguments and secrets and angry tears. But there is also laughter and fun, and soon a new friend Laurie, the rich and lonely boy next door. 

They are the happiest girls in America. They are lonely because their father is participating in the Civil War, as father are proud of their daughters when they come back home, they are trying to make a good girl. This story has been loved for over 100 years, so please read this book !

Alcott, Lousia May (2000)
Oxford: Oxford BookWorms Library