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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Assignment 8

There is just one place I will live for the rest of my life. That place is called Saipan. It's a beatiful island in the Marianas. There are three advantages for living on Saipan, and these are family support, natural environment, and convenience.
The first advantage of living in Saipan is the family support I get. Familly is important to have around. They support me in every way possible, even through bad situations. In addition, family gives the confidence to accomplish my goals. At the end of the day, damily will always put a smile on your face.
Next advantage is the natural environment that surrounds us. In Saipan, everywhere you go is peace and quite. You'll be able to get your task done without any distractions. You'll hardly hear sirens, helicopters or planes over you, etc. Furthermore, there are less crime rates in Saipan. So you can feel safe everywhere you go.
Last advantage of living on Saipan is the convenience here. You can go around the island in 30 minutes or less. Places around here are no far to get to. There are less traffic on the roads, so that it saves you time to get to your destinations. In addition, less road to travel means you would save gas compared to states.
In conclusion, three advantages of living on Saipan are family support, natural environment, and convenience. These advantages gives me an idea of where I want to live in the future. There are more advantages of living on Saipan, but these three advantages are my main points.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Assignment 7

I will never forget the first time I got lost in Robinson Mall in the Philippines. I was traveling with my family during a short summer vacation. We were at Robinson’s, and I was so excited to go around and shop. I was the first one to enter one of the stores. Suddenly, I turned around to ask my mom for help, but my family wasn’t there. I began to become scared because the store was so big. I was already about to run outside and wait for them. But a salesclerk came up to me and asked me, “Are you lost.” And I replied “YES.” So the salesclerk went to the intercom and called out my parent’s name. After a few minutes later I saw my dad and mom running toward me. We all hugged each other. Every time that I see Robinson’s Mall, I am always reminded of my terrified moment.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Assignment 5

My bedroom may be small, but it is well organized. On the right, there is a computer desk with two shelves. On top are the keyboard, monitor, speakers, and the printer. The bottom shelve has books and the CPU. On the opposite side of my bedroom is another shelved with three rows. The first two shelves has my stereo system and DVD player and the bottom has my old school works from high school. In between the right and opposite side of my bedroom is the middle. In the middle it has my drawer full of clothes and on the top of the drawer is my TV. Directly in front of the TV is my bed. On top of my bed are six pillows which keeps me comfortable. They are stacked on top of each other. Although it is small, everything in my bedroom is in its place.

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Assignment 4

Spending one million dollars is challenging. If I could spend one million dollars I would spend it on five different things. First, I would build me a nice looking house that attracts people. Then, I would buy at least four to five different cars. Next, I would take my family on a vocation. For example, like Disneyland, Six Flags, Universal Studios, and etc. Then, I would spend some of the money on buying clothes and accessories for the house. Finally, the rest of the money would be deposited in the bank. So that later in time if I need money I could go to the bank and get. Spending one million dollars is challenging, but is was very fun and exciting.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Assignment 3

Hafa Adai is Chamorro word from my culture. It means "hello" and it is usually used to greet people or visitors. Hafa Adai is always used whenever relatives see each other. It is also used when we see tourists around. We greet them and tell them what the word means. For example, when you arrive on our beautiful island and your leaving the airport there is a big sign that says, "Hafa Adai Welcome to Saipan." It shows how we like to have tourists on our island. The word Hafa Adai is a popular word in the Chamorro culture and is good to greet people.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Assignment 2

According to the Merriam-Webster Online, love is a “strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties (maternal love for a child),”but this online dictionary makes love seem just like having simple feelings. At first, love might not seem so bad. When one person tells the other person that they love them, they have trust in them. However, love really shows how much you really care for that special somebody. Love can grow in many different ways. You can show your special friend intimate feelings, you can also be very strict on them to really show how much you care and them. Most of the time in a relationship you can show love by having arguments. It really shows how much you love that person even more and you can learn from the mistakes. If that special person didn’t care about you, she should have gotten mad at you. She would have just let it slide and let you go your on way. Because love shows very strong affection for another arising, love really shows how much you care and trust each other.

Assignment 1

English 84

Once upon a time, there was this boy named Fred. Fred was an ordinary student at Northern Marinas College (NMC). Fred started attending NMC in the spring. Mike, who is Fred's close friend, was attending NMC too. During Christmas break Fred and Mike had some girl issues. Mike was dating Fred’s ex-girlfriend and he doesn’t like his best friends dating his exes. Right when school started again Fred saw Mike walking through the hallway heading to his class. Fred gave Mike this very bad ugly look. Later that day Mike was at his two o'clock class already waiting for his teacher and all of sudden Fred walks into the door and didn't know that they were classmates. Both Fred and mike were two very good friends since elementary till now. So Fred decided to call Mike outside the class. When they were both outside they started expressing their feelings to each other. From this day on, Fred and Mike became good friends again. They both had each other’s back, told them anything they could not tell people or family, and to never fight over one girl. When they both went their separate ways later in the future they still got in contact with each other.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

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