Poet: William Carlos Williams
Poem: The Last Words Of My English Grandmother
Volume: The Broken Span
Year: Published/Written in 1941
Poem of the Day:
Sep 3 2004
Comment 2 of 2, added on September 24th, 2013 at 3:38 PM.
Sarah,I love Hallowe
Sarah,I love Halloween and this is a great printable. Thanks so much for lnkniig up last week to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you have for this week’s party! Have a great week.Michelle
from Georgia, Republic of
Comment 1 of 2, added on September 22nd, 2013 at 4:03 AM.
I advise stlrngoy against taking a tour from either Hato or JTB.In researching their tours, I found that all are very expensive, and practicallly every tour will leave to yourself to find your own way back to your hotel, even if there was a guide at the beginning of the tour. (They call this a course, which you have to pay for).I took a JTB tour to Ryogukan, and found it necessary to travel to the other side of Tokyo to join the tour, even though my hotel was closer to the Sumo wrestling arena, then having to travel back to the arena because subway tickets were included in the tour price. Also, they do not pick up at major hotels. I have been to Japan five times, and found that the level and amount of English have improved drastically.Except for figuring out how much a trip on the subway costs, there are many English signs, and the train staff are all too willing to help. They all seem have had lessons in English numbers.References : Experience.
Eduardo from Congo, Democratic Republic of
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