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Task 86
10th January 2015
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Task 88
10th January 2015
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Write about where you live.

Do not include details of your address in your story

7 Comments

  1. Will Chow says:

    My home

    Hi I’m Will I live at ***** which is a great place to live because it’s just the right place for me and everything is perfect there.
    My next door neighbours Linda and Graham are very nice and kind to my family because on special occasions Linda bakes us cakes with assorted colourful decorations which taste exquisite because they came 1st place in a baking contest!

    My other next door neighbours Dave ,Sue ,Bailey and Junior (Bailey and junior are the small cute dogs not Dave and Sue!) are always having parties on every occasion I like them a awful lot because they gave all my family presents at Christmas!

    The area around my home is a forest which leads to the wreck (Park) which contains lots of habitats for the foxes (Which come a lot) and birds which actually sounds and looks really fascinating.
    I like where I live and I would never leave it because it is my home and it is the best.

  2. My name is Jake, I’m ten years old and I live in ******. It has a railway station with two spacious platforms, each with its own line and direction. Having a bustling high street of just under half a mile means it is well equipped with classic restaurants, huge super markets and minute bakeries.

    Lively night clubs lighting up the star studded sky, the crisp scent of candy floss drifts out of the open doorway of a café and is caught in whiffs by citizens that pass. Polished windows of shops are crammed with posters exploding with colour while opposite, an ageing church with an antique set of bells shakes as it tells the time.

    A crowded train station beholds the whooping of the commuters as the train finally arrives, a whizzing sound as it then starts up, exhausted under the immense weight. The vivid yellow line that has been painted clearly to warn every one of the dangers of an incoming train are completely forgotten in the morning rush-hour.

    Meanwhile, outside of all the confusion, is my street lined with red brick houses behind front gardens, some unkempt and wild, some with well pruned trees, or plush flower beds, or a neatly trimmed hedgerow and all with lush green grass. Our house is the best, though (in my opinion).

    Thoughtful neighbours that give flavourful barbecues and hand out cooking apples for us to make apple crumble- my neighbourhood is really the best and most friendly.

  3. Emma Corrigan says:

    I live in an ancient, dilapidated, timber cottage, I have sweet honey suckle growing leisurely up the sides of the cottage. Wild flowers scatter out in my front and back garden, rich chocolate soil and seeds are as small as a piece of lead when if alls off the pencil as you’re sharpening. Warm and cosy like a massive throw and it’s extremely luxurious as there can only be one or two who can live in this house.
    Inside the cottage are some wooden beams with some smooth heated tiles, which follows into a large, Victorian kitchen with glass stained windows with metal bars to hold it firmly. The washed wood table gleams like starlight.
    The lounge is small, cosy and the ceiling slopes down, with the walls paper-white and the TV a size of an adult bicycle wheel, the beds are as small as the door but the bedrooms are just double the size of the puny bedroom.

  4. Mason Rogers says:

    I am Mason and I live in the great town of Billericay (ENG) and I live at ******, the shops are pretty good here (like the Co-operative and Adem’s Turkish barbers etc) the shops can be really big or small! Our high street is normally packed full of cars and people during summer and the Subway’s (shop) nearest parking spot is ALWAYS OCCUPIED by someone who probably doesn’t even go there! Anyways both of my neighbours have a dog (incuding me)! We also hav a train staition (where I went to wembley once) that has only two parts the forwards side and the backwards side. That’s it…

  5. Mason Rogers says:

    LOOK AT THIS ONE LOOK AT THIS ONE LOOK AT THIS ONE NOT THE OTHER ONE!

    I am Mason and 10 years old, I live in the great town of Billericay (ENG) and I live at ******, the shops are pretty good here (like the Co-operative and Adem’s Turkish barbers etc) the shops can be really big or small! Our high street is normally packed full of cars and people during summer and the Subway’s (shop) nearest parking spot is ALWAYS OCCUPIED by someone who probably doesn’t even go there! Anyways both of my neighbours have a dog (incuding me)! We also hav a train staition (where I went to wembley once) that has only two parts the forwards side and the backwards side. That’s it…

  6. Firehot1497 says:

    I live in Billericay, a place full of generous masses of greenery and civilised townsfolk who oblige to their daily routines; it is wonderful here but some people don’t usually make it feel this way….

    Additionally, Billericay has some brilliant, varied retail stores which sell only the finest and best quality products around. You may dislike the meandering roads but don’t hate it; the countryside is unique to this place. Every individual tree could represent a part of a wood (which there are countless of) like Norsey Woods, which many tourists and nearby civilians come to walk and explore……

    I would definitely recommend recommend Billericay just because of its countryside instead of towering, lofty industrial buildings that lean over the world like lurking giants – Billericay makes me feel safer and healthier.
    It is also a very well known fact that Billericay has really massive trees that you can barely see in the blurry sky. As mentioned before, Billericay contains much greenery compared to other to other towns and it seems to be an eco-friendly benefit to the environment.

    If you ever come across an enormous amount of traffic in merely every road around, say ‘hello’ – it is probably Billericay !!

  7. Aaron juhti says:

    In my neighbourhood there are a variety of houses, with luxurious interiors. Some houses big as mammoths and some small as shoeboxes. The sun is usually smiling down and the clouds rarely cry. Lavish cars broom by, as parents collect their offsprings from the school with a superior reputation. Back from school, children urge their mums and dads to procure sweets, chocolates and fizzy drinks.

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