Monday, June 30, 2008
There are many drugs such as cocaine, marijuana, and much more. If your friends ask you take drugs or get high, don't do it. If you say yes, you will get high and do something causing dangerous consequences. Many kids that take drugs think they can hide it from their parents, but they are wrong. Parents always have a way to find out about things that their children are hiding from them. Taking drugs can cause family members to fight and destroy families.
Be smart and think before you act. Don't waste your life in something that is not worth it. Drugs are trouble, so do yourself a favor and stay out of trouble. People who encourage you to use drugs are not your friends. Remember drugs makes you sick and damage your brain. People do crazy things when they are high. For example they may shoot themselves, throw themselves off a roof, or drown themselves in the bathtub! So be cool and stay away from drugs!
source: Fitness our body our temple
Image: Ten reasons to say no to drugs
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Matt Harding said ...."14 months in the making, 42 countries, and a cast of thousands. Thanks to everyone who danced with me".... You can visit Matt's site here
Thursday, June 19, 2008
This week: we will getting familiar with WIZIQ and we will be meeting people from the world. All you have to do is to introduce yourself and tell us about your blogs and school life.
Friday, 20 June, 2008
6:30 PM To 8:30 PM SA Western Standard Time
The link to the session is this: Click here
You can view a recording of a WIZIQ session here. Click on view recording to check what WIZIQ is like.
Thursday, June 12, 2008
- I wish to make a complaint.
- I wish to see the manager.
You can also use 'wish' with a noun to 'offer good wishes'.
- I wish you all the best in your new job.
- We wish you a merry Christmas.
Notice that when you want to offer good wishes using a verb, you must use 'hope ' and not 'wish'.
- We wish you the best of luck.
- We hope you have the best of luck.
- I wish you a safe and pleasant journey.
- I hope you have a safe and pleasant journey.
However, the main use of 'wish' is to say that we would like things to be different from what they are, that we have regrets about the present situation.
- I wish I was rich.
- He wishes he lived in Paris.
- They wish they'd chosen a different leader.
- I wish I hadn't told him.
Notice that the verb tense which follows 'I wish' is 'more in the past' than the tense corresponding to its meaning.
- I'm overweight. I wish I was slimmer.
- I never win at tennis. I wish I won a game occasionally.
- It's raining hard. I wish it wasn't raining so hard.
- I went to the pub last night. I wish I hadn't had so many beers.
- I didn't go to the cinema. I wish I had gone.
- I've eaten too much. I wish I hadn't eaten so much.
- I'm going to see her later. I wish I wasn't.
- I was wearing jeans. I wish I hadn't been wearing jeans.
- I can't go to the party. I wish I could go.
- I couldn't do all the questions in the exam. I wish I could have done them all.
- He won't help me. I wish he would help me.
- You're making too much noise. I wish you would be quiet.
- You keep interrupting me. I wish you wouldn't do that.
Where 'will' means a future event, we cannot use 'wish' and must use 'hope'.
- There's a strike tomorrow. I hope some buses will still be running.
- I hope everything will be fine in your new job.
In more formal English, we use the subjunctive form 'were' and not 'was' after 'wish'.
Friday, June 6, 2008
Jhonny Ziskiend (My favorite Martian) Jhonny was a volunteer tutor. An Angel. Always willing to help his classmates. A special Thank you to you Jhonny. You will always be in our hearts.
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Monday, June 2, 2008
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