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How can your share your gift at your classroom and at your home


  • Réponse publiée par: 09389706948

    by showing it


  • Réponse publiée par: alexespinosa
    The poem “once upon a time” written by gabriel okara illustrates the changes a father has seen in him throughout his life which have been influenced by the way society has changed.

    in the first stanza, at the start of the poem okara writes “they used to laugh with their hearts and… eyes; but now they only laugh with their teeth while their ice-block cold eyes search behind my shadow.” this phrase illustrates the change in the way people act showing that their laughs used to be genuine and heartfelt however now their attitudes have changed. the description of “laugh with their teeth” illustrates someone showing false interest. the dark imagery “ice-block cold eyes” which follows shows that there is no emotion or feeling in the action.

    in the next stanza okara describes how “they used to shake hands with their hearts” implying that the actions were genuine and were also symbolic of good intentions however “now they shake hands without hearts while their left hands search my empty pockets.” this phrase illustrates that all good intentions have gone and how now it is every man for him. everybody is only focusing on their own personal gain. the use of a metaphor emphasises how there is a lack of trust as everybody is trying to use each other.
  • Réponse publiée par: 09330399672
    Back in 2014, when i was in grade 7 or 1st year of high school, i was very comedic, often producing laughter in class by just saying simple jokes. but one faithful day, when we were dismissed, i was talking to my friend james, as we were walking forward he told me a stupid but funny pun, i laughed so hard i gave him a strong pat on the back, but it turns out the person i patted wasn't james, as he was behind me, it was a random person, i will mark it as one of the most embarassing moments in my life.
    the most memorable moment in my life?
    way back in 2013, it was almost the end of the school year, only the recognition day remains. i was valedictorian with a general average of 95.92, the salutatorian was given his medal when i was called. as i went up the stage, i knew it was time for my speech, i talked about how my family and friends supported me throughout the course of my educational life, how they've been there for me when times go wrong, i thanked them for that. when i was given my medal, a grin came onto my face as i faced the cameramen for my pictures, i knew it was a honorable and memorable experience, and i will truly cherish that wonderful memory of graduation.
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