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Task 97
13th January 2015
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Task 99
13th January 2015
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Write a letter entitled “Dear Alien,……”

Describe your life and why you think living on Planet Earth is best.

19 Comments

  1. Olivia Caves says:

    Dear Alien,
    I am writing from Planet Earth to tell you about my life.Hope you learn something new.
    In England there are lots of different smells, flavours, sounds, and textures.

    Let me tell you some.I am going to tell you about trees and plants, my favourite plant is a tulip if I was an ant (witch I am not) a tulip would be as big as a sky scrapper they bloom in the spring and summer. They are as yellow as the the sun the leaves are as green as the grass sometimes they can be bright blue like the sea they smell as sweet as honey.you cant eat them but you can make perfume and a lovely bouquet of flowers.

    Would you like to come to see all the lovely plants really you should come they are beautiful and it would be such an experience to meet an alien.
    To conclude all this information I formally invite you to come to England on holiday .

    your sincerely Olivia x

  2. Noah says:

    Dear Alien,

    I am writing to tell you why you should come to Earth, it is an outstanding place to be as there are lots of things to do.

    I am convinced it’s best live on earth as it is home to all sports such as football, basketball, lawn tennis etc.

    Although you may miss your home at the start nonetheless; let me reassure sure it wont be for too long particularly after participating in some fun earth games as mentioned above.

    Personally I am currently involved in football at present. I also take some pride in the last man or tag as they hold so much excitement and pride in doing them. Furthermore they are not just fun but also keep you fit and healthy.

  3. OC says:

    Dear Alien,

    I am writing from Planet Earth to tell you about my life. Hope you learn something new.

    In England there are lots of different smells, flavours, sounds, and textures. Let me tell you some; I am going to tell you about trees and plants, my favourite plant is a tulip if I was an ant (which I am not) a tulip would be as big as a sky scrapper they bloom in the spring and summer. They are as yellow as the sun the leaves are as green as the grass sometimes, they can be bright blue like the sea and they smell as sweet as honey. You can’t eat them but you can make perfume and a lovely bouquet of flowers.

    Another plant found on Planet Earth is a tree. There are lots of different kinds of trees; I am going to talk about an oak tree. An oak is really, really tall! They have big, bushy leaves and they are as green as an emerald diamond. When you come to earth you need air to breath and trees give us all the oxygen we need, that is why I have one in my back garden.

    Would you like to come to see all the lovely plants? Really, you should come, they are beautiful and it would be such an experience to meet an alien.
    I formally invite you to come to England on holiday!

    Yours Sincerely,
    Olivia x

  4. Dear Alien,

    I’m writing to you from planet earth i hope you understand me.In England there loads of people and different landmarks and food that have really nice smells i think you would like London it has loads of landmarks there such as Tower of London and Big Ben , Big Ben is really loud. In England there is so many different smells,textures,taste and sounds we live in house in England. What do you live in? Whats space like? Is fun floating around in the air? I picture space being really big. What do you eat and drink? In space is there many Aliens? What planet do you live in? Whats the weather like in space? in England the weather changes i prefer when its nice and hot and when it snow i love building snowman and making snow angels, i also love the beach and making sand castles. its so much fun.Anyway I hope you have learnt something and you will come and visit England.

    Yours Sincerely,
    Shianne xx

  5. Emma Corrigan says:

    Dear Alien parents,
    I am writing to you because your son has landed with a bang on earth. He has told me stories about why he never wants to return home. His main reason is that you told him off for stealing a spaceship so he has shot to earth in his enormous spaceship!
    We have been playing hide and seek in the forest near my home; we have played ‘it’ until teatime and I didn’t tell him off! I was soft on him and I think you should be too, because he’s sweet and funny.
    From Aliens friend Emma
    P.S. You are welcome to visit Earth to play games with us anytime.

  6. Tima says:

    Dear Alien
    Living on Earth is the best there are so many colours and great experiences. On Earth there are over seven billion people and about nine hundred and fifty thousand different species of animals in the whole world. On Earth because about seventy percent of it is water the sea sides are wonderful. You can play around with the fishes (which I am not ) and splash around in the salty sea.
    There are loads of lovely smells, some good and some not. For example, there is the the rose, which smells great and there is vomit or sick, which smells horrible. Here we have perfume which is an artificial smelling gas which smells great.
    During the summer (the hottest season of the year) there’s green grass and the sunshine which is great and warm. Then there’s the other season, Winter, which is the coldest of all the seasons. Although it is cold it’s great because it usually snows in England, so then we can make snowmen out of the snow and have snowball fights.
    Hopefully you like the sound of Earth!
    Yours sincerely,
    Tima

  7. To beyond the stars,

    I have always wondered of what lies ahead of our galaxy, as you might see as the milky way. I am writing from the planet earth to see if I can bond with at least on e of the many species who look down on us humans like gods.

    Life on earth can be a drag and there are many miserable times to it such as when a loved one has passed away or if you’ve lost something incredibly special.

    Not all times are like this bucket of despair, life can be enjoyable and fun, like when a new soul is born into our planet or when you realize that an injured one is back on their feet once more.

    I would love to know about your planet and how life is there, is there war or peace. Do you enjoy life has that bucket of despair been filled to the top?

    Best wishes,
    from a friend

  8. Dear alien,
    I am writing to you to tell you about life on Earth. Planet Earth is the most inhabitable planet known and has all the necessities. Lush, green grass; alpine trees that dance in the wind, tasty food such as chocolate, apples, bread, bananas and what’s more, even if a fruit or vegetable doesn’t grow where you live, you can still buy it!
    There are also animals that we eat such as pigs, sheep (we use their wool for clothes), cows – we also use their milk for a drink – and much more.
    As well as this, we have; fire and rescue services, the ambulances and the police to keep us safe. You can also go around the world in planes that are flown by pilots, I’d like to be one when I’m older. Other transport exists such as trains, cars boats and, this is a very special one, rockets to get into space and on the moon.
    Yours sincerely,
    Jake Hallworth.

  9. Will Chow says:

    Dear alien,
    Thank you for the lovely letter you sent me I loved it! Since you sent me a letter I’m going to tell you all about earth, If you can hover above are planet you can see that the blue stuff is called water, water is a liquid that is all runny and wet. Whereas the yellow and green parts are land which I live on.

    On earth we have lots of cool stuff like iPods and TV which are epic! But I’m pretty sure that your technology is more advanced and better than our technology. Anyway we have pets which are great companions and very helpful to us, I’m sure that you’ve got family and friends which are great.

    Looking forward to your next letter,

    Will

    P.s Come to earth one day

  10. Joseph says:

    Dear alien,
    I don’t know what planet you come from but i definitly think that our planet, earth is alot better
    than any other planet in the galaxy first of all we have running water in streams and rivers we
    also have our own language which i am speaking in right now. There are different smells tastes
    and sights there alot of people living so you will feel very cosy.
    if you would like to ever stay on earth you are always welcome.But remeber your manors and people
    will like you.

  11. Dear alien,
    I am writing to you to tell you about life on Earth. Planet Earth is one of the most inhabitable planets known and has all the necessities of life.
    For a first, let me talk to you about the food on earth and animals that we grow and breed by hand (they then move on to be slaughtered and made into burgers, sausages, etc.). Chocolate, apples, bread, bananas and what’s more, even if a fruit or vegetable doesn’t grow where you live, you can still buy it! There are also animals that we as I explained earlier, eat such as pigs, sheep (we use their wool for clothes), cows – we also use their milk for a drink – there are also the wild animals, but we don’t eat those.

    A sapphire blue sky is only obstructed by a handful of cotton wool clouds drifting daintily. Below, emerald green bushes with sprawling, rusty brown twigs sticking dolefully out, a stream meandering through the fields, trying to find its way out. Seas of bluebells, red carpets of scarlet poppies, golden buttercups grow in bouquets.

    As well as this, we have; fire and rescue services, the ambulances and the police to keep us safe. You can also go around the world in planes that are flown by pilots, I’d like to be one when I’m older. Other transport exists such as trains, cars boats and, this is a very special one, rockets to get into space and on the moon. We rarely use rockets as they are very expensive and dangerous, however.
    Yours sincerely,
    Jake Hallworth.

  12. Ali says:

    Dear Alien or to beyond the stars.
    I would like to tell you about Earth. It has water(a special substance that help us humans stay alive)and air(a gas which helps keep us breathing).It also has wondrous weather, perfect in since the sun is not too far away, and not too close. We also have many languages, so this is one of the many languages that we speak. Instead of black skies, we have a blue sky; like a blue blanket. At night, however, it has black skies; like a black blanket. We also have currency we use to trade things called ‘money’, which we use to buy things. However, you need to earn ‘money’ by doing things to help the world. Inconclusion, I think our Earth is a perfect place to live in.

    I also would like to know about your planet as well. Is it col or hot? What food do you eat? Are you always happy?

    P.S:Keep in touch

  13. James Gold says:

    Dear Alien,

    Iam writing to you to tell you about our homeland (planet earth).There are lots of different smells and textures of our finest food to are unhealthy food. In space, where your from, you float around like balloons, this is the cause of gravity where as here on earth there is enough gravity to keep us on the ground. Here you will find all sorts of souvenirs that you can hear, see ,smell, touch and taste and generally they taste nice.

    We have people who look after our environment and keep us safe, but there are some downsides to this, people get annoyed and start trashing the environment. This costs an increasingly big amount of money for the government and for us to pay. However, there are campaigns to prevent this from happening in our country and mostly all around the world.

    Over all, the world is a much better place to live than space why don’t you come and join us? Also I would love to know about your world and what the ups and downs are.
    Yours faithfully
    james (human)

  14. Ammiel Richards says:

    Dear Mr Alien

    I would like to tell you how it is on earth. On earth we don’t have spaceships we have cars. We have grass and and oxygen but we are not that friendly. In space you always have nothing to do but on earth it is much better, we have money and a house and clothes but you are naked all the time so i would like to give some of my clothes to you. please wright a letter back so we can get in touch.

    your sincerely

    Ammiel

  15. Charlie Nicel says:

    Dear Alien,

    Living on Earth is best because you can smell wonderful flowers which smell like glorbnorb on your planet. Also, you can see mind-blowing, crazy colours, which is your favourite thing. You can hear howling wind too! But don’t forget the food, it feels so squishy and tastes like it’s god worthy.

    Yours truly,
    Charlie.

  16. Matthew says:

    Dear Alien,

    I wonder what it is like up in space, would you be crushed like a tin can, or is it true that you shall just float away until some black hole should suck you in like a vacuum cleaner? Unlike you though, us ‘humans’ are fortunate to smell, taste, see, touch and hear SO many things. I would definitely recommend leaving your planet and travelling down here to earth, I reckon you would fit in perfectly. The grass is as green as you could possibly imagine, and I bet you will like the thousands of different types of delicious (and repulsive, depending on what you like) foods. Hopefully you take my advice into consideration…

    Yours sincerely,

    Matthew Meade

  17. Diya Jena says:

    Dear Alien,
    I’m writing to you to convey why living on planet Earth is best. Wonderful beings named trees rise from the soil to develop into amazing friends who provide us with food and oxygen. Snowflakes twirl to the ground as elegantly as the finest ballerina. Waves of brilliant blue crash down to depict their anger, while daggers of raindrops pierce the land’s skin.

    Diya

  18. Melisa says:

    Dear Alien,
    I send you this letter in hope to convince you to leave your home by the huge ,blazing stars and join us helping the Earth with the tall trees and beautiful ,blossoming trees.I should start writing about where I live…

    I live in a humble home with a normal living room and normal bedroom.I suppose it would be as strange as seeing a dog float about in space for you.Anyway, I have AMAZING neigbhours and a FANTASTIC family who are looking up to me since I am the first one in my family that’s going to do the eleven plus but that is a story for another day. Us innocent humans have beautiful plants thet I think you would find most interesting and new animals that you could be great friends with!
    There are many other fascinating cities all over the globe too, like New York ,London Prishtina(they have a lot of history)and plenty more. Probably the most confusing building for me is th Leaning Tower of Pisa in Rome in Italy;only God knows how it is leaning and it didn’t collapse.The best part for me is that there is peace in most of the world ,except for Seria because there is awar going on.

    The point is the Earth is an amazing place.I hope you give this to your alien leader and you will move to our homely planet.

    Yours sincerely,
    Melisa

  19. Raizel says:

    Dear Alien,

    I am writing to you form Planet Earth to explain to you about living on this planet. I hope you learn something new from this a make a choice. In London there are a lot of different places you can visit, an example of this is Westfield. In Westfield you can shop for all the things you want if you have the money. To explain further to this point is that if you don’t have money or enough money you can get a job. There are a lot of different jobs. If you wanted to be a doctor preventing people from dying and helping them feel better could make you a lot of money. All jobs require maths and if you needed to learn math or any other subject you could go to school and learn different stages then you can progress your jobs and you can get smarter each day you do something.

    Planet is not a perfect place but as the population increases we can all make into a better place.

    Yours faithfully,

    Raizel

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