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Il-Birgu (vidjows)

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    Hello, my name is Gary.  Today I am going to tell you about my best friend.  His name is Christian and his surname is Galea.  He is nine years old.  We first met at school.  His birthday falls on the twenty-first of July. 

    Christian’s hair is short, straight and as black as coal.  His eyes are brown and small.  He is dark-skinned and has no freckles or rosy cheeks.  Christian is slim and is of medium height.  He is as thin as a toothpick.   Christian is friendly, kind and optimistic.  He is never pessimistic.  He always wears a smile on his face.  Christian is not a fair-weather friend and he’s always ready to lend a helping hand.  Teachers always pass favourable remarks about him.
 
    What I like most about Christian is that he is always there for me.  We get on really well with each other and we are like two peas in a pod.

                                                                                                                                        Gary Cocker

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L-Imdina (powerpoint)

Din il-PowerPoint presentation għamilha Josef Falzon, wara li mar l-Imdina mal-familja tiegħu u ħa r-ritratti.

L-Imdina

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Duq il-Qawsalla

Nhar il-Ġimgħa 12 t’Ottubru, it-tfal tal-ħames sena attendew seminar tal-Home Economics f’Birkirkara. Il-ġurnata kienet mimlija daqs bajda b’attivitajiet varji fejn it-tfal tgħallmu dwar l-importanza tal-frott u l-ħaxix għas-saħħa. It-tfal ingħataw juice tal-larinġ, cereal bar u yoghurt, kif ukoll ktejjeb mimli b’attivitajiet relatati ma’ dieta bilanċjata.

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My Classmate

          My friend’s name is Isaac Abela. His birthday falls on the fifth of September. He was born in 2003 and he is now nine years old.

         Isaac has one sibling. His brother’s name is Jacob. He is in Year 2. Isaac and Jacob live with me, but Isaac is not my brother. They attend Siggiewi Primary school just like me. Isaac is in Year 5. Isaac’s teacher’s name is Ms Daniela. Isaac has big brown eyes. Even his hair is brown. Isaac has a button nose and he has a fringe too. He is so skinny that we tell him that he is as thin as a toothpick. Isaac’s skin is dark and soft and he is a good-looking boy. Teachers always pass favourable remarks about Isaac.

           My friend Isaac is kind, optimistic and intelligent. He is adventurous, helpful and friendly. Isaac likes to play computer games and he likes to play with his sibling and me. He likes reading and is keen on swimming too. He likes to eat fish and spaghetti. Isaac likes to eat lots of healthy food. He likes to drink fresh milk, water and juice. Isaac is a kind-hearted friend and always ready to lend a helping hand.

           I wish that Isaac and I will remain friends. When Isaac and I grow up we will go diving with his father. Isaac and I get on really well with each other. In fact, we are like two peas in a pod!

 Axl Sammut Elmer

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My Classmate

     My classmate’s name is Martina Catania. Martina is nine years old. Her birthday falls on the 2nd of October. She has three sisters. She comes to school with me at St Ignatius College, Siġġiewi primary. 

     Martina is pretty and good-looking. Martina’s hair is brown and straight. Her eyes are brown too. She is petite and slim. Her hair is long. She is optimistic, wise and friendly. One of her hobbies is reading and she is very keen on sports. She is intelligent and hard-working. Her favourite foods are pasta and tacos. Martina likes to drink milk and water. Her favourite subjects are Maths and English. She is kind-hearted, sincere and fun to be with. We see each other daily at school and during Catechism lessons. Martina loves fish and she has two beautiful fish.

      I wish that we will remain friends forever. We are like two peas in a pod !

Kasey Azzopardi

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