Past Continuous: The Irish Trip
(São Paulo, Brazil)
In During my last vacation I did had the most amazing trip of my life: I went to Dublin, Ireland.
It was amazing,
I'm Brazilian and had
totally different than what
I'm used to.
It was my first time
by airplane; I wasn't afraid, and thank God
In the Airplane, I met one guy that was going to the same place as me, and
we started our friendship there we became friends
When I arrived,
I was really
and totally lost; no one
my language, and I needed
going to go
to the house where I was going to
spending stay for
In the house,
I had a really good
reception feeling about the house, when I arrived,
everyone was really polite and gentle in the country.
the school, I met people from all around the
world; German, France, Spain, Korea, etc...
The weather is totally crazy in Ireland. They call it an
Oceanic Climate which
all the time,
in 15 minutes it will change from being rainy to sunny
. The inhabitants are so used to it raining
that they don't care
the water and don't even
The Food in Ireland is very special; a lot of fatty
things which are
very different from what I'm used to eating
That was my unbelievable trip. I not only improved my English, but also made amazing friends
from all around the
world that I intend to keep in contact
to with for the
rest of my life. What
special friends I have
What a great story! I wish I could have done the same when I was younger. It would have been amazing to have come to Spain, for example, to live for a month and study Spanish. It is ok though, because now I live here permanently and I am learning Spanish every day!
As for your writing, just remember to use "the" with world
and also to use "a" and "an" when necessary.
Have a great day André. If you ever want to write a story about Brazil
, I'd love to learn more about it. If you have pictures add one as well. I love seeing all these pictures!
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