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Wen Bau
Je m’appelle Weng-Bau et je suis née à China. Je vais raconter mon histoire, une histoire d’amour terrible, impossible…
Tout commençait l’été dernier quand je me trouvais au jardin de la grande muraille chinoise avec mon oncle. Il prenait des fleurs aromatiques pour faire après des eaux de fleurs. Je lui aidais en prenant des fleurs aromatiques quand le vent s’emporta mon chapeau. Celui-ci allait à parer aux pieds d’un homme. Il était un homme riche, je déduis, parce qu’il s’habillait avec des vêtements très chères. Ses chaussures étaient complètement nettes. Comme qu’il fait froid, cet homme portait un manteau.
Alors, il prenait mon chapeau et il me le donnait lentement. Je notais ses mains froides comme l’hiver, j’étais nerveuse mais j’étais capable de lui remercier.
Mon oncle crié mon nom est j’allais à côte d’il mais je n’arrêtais pas penser en l’homme que j’avait vu au jardin de la grand muraille.
Le lendemain j’allais au marché et je no croyait pas ce que mes yeux vouaient, était il. L’homme venait vers moi et m’invitait à faire une promenade avec il. J’acceptais parce que ma tête dit non mais mon cœur dit oui. Si j’avais dit non, je n’aurais pas eu des cauchemars dans ma vie.
Nous passions tout le soir un à côté de l’autre. Pour premier foi dans ma vie, je notais « des papillons dans mon ventre «, définitivement j’étais énamouré de Will, l’homme des jardins.
Nous étions unis pendant trois mois mais Will dit moi qu’il devait tourner à son pays parce qu’il avait beaucoup de travail.
Mon rêve était ouvrir un étalement de plantes aromatiques per prendre en infusion. Je n’avais rien d’argent et Will décidait de m’aider économiquement. Étant donné qu’il m’avait aidé, je décidais que tous deux étions associés de manière que les bénéfices de l’activité étaient d’un 50 % pour chacun.
Notre relation allait à la perfection, nous nous voisons une fois pour mois…
Mais malheureusement ça durait peu parce que la mère de Will s’enterait de notre relation et elle et Will discutaient pour moi. Sa mère dit qu’une simple chinoise ne pouvait pas être la fiancée de son fil parce que sa famille (la famille de Will) était une famille riche, avec classe et très important dans sa région. La mère de Will décidait d’interdire nos trouvées et Will ne pouvait pas venir voir moi.
J’étais désolée, je ne savais pas quoi faire … c’est en ce moment que je décidais d’aller chercher Will. Je pris un avion et je me présentais chez Will. Will était très content de me voire mais sa mère commençait à crier : prostituée, prostituée chinoise, chinoise de merde va-t-on de cette pays et tourne dans ton pays.
Je ne croyais pas ce que mes yeux regardaient, Will était indigné et il commençait à discuter avec sa mère.
Pendant la nuit Will me visitait dans ma chambre et il me racontait que notre situation était compliquée mais qu’il ne voulait pas me perdre. Je suis désolée d’avait allée chez Will et alors je décidais retourner à China.
Le temps passé et je pensais que la meilleur solution était que je ne pensais plus en Will.
Quand Will me téléphonait, je ne répondais pas.
Finalement la mère de Will décidait de le marier avec une femme américaine riche, Will accepté parce qu’il n’avait parlé rien avec moi pendant deux ans.

Les ans passèrent et je connaissais un garçon, il s’appelait Xu-lin. Je commençais une relation avec il mais je ne pouvais pas oublier Will. Comme nous étions associés, il venait à China. Quand il arrivait à China nous parlions. Il me dit qu’il ne fait autre chose que penser à moi ( je pensais le même mais je croyais qu’il serait meilleur ne le dire pas). Nous accordions que nous laisserions d’être associés de manière que nous ne devrions pas nos voire. J’achetais sa part de l’étalement.

Aujourd’hui je pense que peut-être si je l’avais dit que j’étais enamouré d’il le jour qu’il venait à China, nous serions mariées aujourd’hui.
Lamentablement ne toutes les histoires d’amour ont un final parfaite, c’est mon cas. C’est la vie des fois on gagne et des fois on perd ….

Eric Hernàndez Arancón

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ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps so, ANZAC Day, is an Australian and New Zealand celebration. It is not their national day, but it is even more important than that: on 25th April Australians and New Zealanders celebrate their first baptism of fire in the battlefields of Gallipoli, Turkey.

It was the year 1915. The First World War had broken out a year ago and Australia and New Zealand, which were British Dominions, were eager to show their loyalty to the Allied Goverments of Britain, France, Italy and Japan that fought against Germany, Austria, Russia and the Ottoman Empire. In the words of Andrew Fisher, the Australian spokesman, they were determined to support Britain to "our last man and our last shilling". This is why they decided to organise a volunteer army for overseas service. The response in both countries exceeded all expectations and in three months they had enlisted and trained 20,000 men in Australia who joined the two brigades formed in New Zealand. On 1st November the combined contingent known as ANZAC sailed from Albany to Egypt, via Suez, to meet the rest of the allied expedition.
The plan was to capture the Gallipoli peninsula to open the way to the Black Sea for the Allied Navies so as to conquer Istanbul, the capital of the Ottoman Empire and an ally of Germany. On 25th April they landed at Gallipoli where they met fierce resistance from the Turkish defenders. It was a day of chaotic, heroic and bloody fighting in which the ANZAC lost 1,000 men. The campaign lasted for eight months and in December evacuation of the peninsula was ordered. The result of this futile holocaust after eight months was 42,000 deaths out of which 8,587 were Anzacs not to mention the 19,367 wounded in action.

The news of the landing at Gallipoli made a profound impact on Australians and New Zealanders at home and 25th April quickly became the day on which they remembered the sacrifice of those who died in the war.

A. Sanz

April 23rd is England’s national day. St. George’s Day is also celebrated here. So, let’s go to know something about it!
St. George is the patron saint of England. His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is the flag of England, and part of the British flag. St George’s emblem was adopted by Richard ‘The Lion Heart’ and brought to England in the 12th century. The king’s soldiers wore it on their tunics to avoid confusion in battle.
The real St George was a brave Roman soldier who protested against the Romans’ torture of Christians and died for his beliefs. The popularity of St George in England stems from the time of the early Crusades when it is said that the Normans saw him in a vision and were victorious.
One of the best-known stories about Saint George is his fight with a dragon. But it is highly unlikely that he ever fought a dragon, and even more unlikely that he ever actually visited England. Despite this, St George is known throughout the world as the dragon-slaying patron saint of England. In addition, Saint George is always depicted as a knight carrying a shield with a red cross, generally sitting upon a horse.
To end, I also want to explain you how they celebrate this day. By tradition, April 23rd is the day for a red rose (the English national flower) in the button hole. However, unlike other countries, England doesn’t celebrate it like Americans celebrate 4 July with fireworks. In fact, you are more likely to see big St Patrick parades in England celebrating Ireland’s National Day, more than you would see any sign of St Georges Day being celebrated. This was certainly true in Manchester in 2003, when St George’s Day was virtually ignore soon after the biggest St Patrick’s Day celebrations in the city’s history. As I read in an article, in England for average people St George’s Day is just another ordinary day. Maybe that’s why they don’t have the same tradition as Catalans, where we give a rose or a book to our couple.

Rosa Monguet. 2nd Batxillerat

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Die junge von 3ESO machen am Donnerstag und am Samstag sports fur Kinder. Wir machen eine gutte Nachmittagsmahlzeit. Wir kaufen Schokolade und Kuchen ver am Nachmittag. Die Kinder spielen Fussball und Basketball, und die mehr kleine spielen mit die Mädchen und Junge von 3 ESO. Sie verdienen Geld und die Mutter sind sehr zufrieden.

Gerard Alonso Rubiño

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Das Theater von 4.ESO ist sehr lustig. Die Schülern von dieser Klasse arbeiten viel und haben eine tolle Vorstellung gemacht.
Es gibt ein Mädchen und einen Junge, und sie sich verheiraten. Aber er arbeit für eine Firma und sein Chef ist sehr schwindler. Er will den Jungen nach Schweden zu reisen. Und der Chef schreibt einen Brief, und er sagt in den Brief, dass der Junge mit einer Frau verheiratet ist, und er hat Kinder. Und die Schwester von dem Mädchen schreibt einen anderen Brief mit dasselbe. Nachher, der Junge verheiratet mit der Shwester. Aber am Ende, Alle ist richtig, und alle sind verheiratet mit seinem wirklichen Partner.
Die Modenschau ist wunderbar; sie sind sehr professionell und sie ist nicht langweilig.

Und das ist alles, von Gerard Alonso Rubiño.

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Last Tuesday, a lot of Catalans students and some students from La Pobla went to Manresa.
There, we celebrated the Sports Day.
We practised football 4x4, basketball 4x4, Shoot ball 8x8, Korfbal 4x4 and Volleyball.

● Korfbal 4x4:
In this game, there is a very high basket. When the player has the ball, can't move, he only can throw the ball or give it to other player.

● Shoot ball 8x8:
In this game, there are two zones. In one zone there is one group in the other zone the other group.
You play it with two balls, and the players have to touch the rival with a ball.

We could do other things of sport.
● We could go to the Playful zone. There were some ingenious and ludic games. They were made with recycled material .
●We could go to the sports centre, and watched some demonstrations of hip-hop, pop, rap, funky, aerobic, etc.

It was e very sportive and funny day.

Julia Cardona, 3rd of ESO

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I will talk about and interesting thing that occurred one month ago in our country and now it’s very talked other time.
The company Dolce&Gabbana published an advertisement that brought a lot of problems because many women in Spain thought that it was a fact of male chauvinism, for this reason the “Instituto de la mujer” forbade the advertisement in Spain.
At first the company was very infuriated with Spain and they said that Spain wan an old country, but one week later this advertisement was forbidding in our countries so the company decided to retire it from around the world.
But now this thing is more talked in Spain because the company Dolce&Gabbana has retired all his advertisements in Spain, it seems like the company wants to punish the Spanish government so they retire all his advertisements.
The president of the association of users of the communication in Spain said that forbidding the advertisement was too much extreme but the decision has already been taken and now we have to accept the consequences.
I think the best thing to know if the advertisement is good or bad is to question people what they think so I propose you to say your opinion about this topic because I think it’s very interesting.
The photo above is one of the forbidden ones.

Xavi Llimiñana. 2nd Batxillerat

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St. Patrick's Day is celebrated on March 17 to honor Patrick, Ireland's patron saint. Almost 1500 years ago the patron saint and national hero of Ireland was born to a Gaelic family who had migrated to Britain. For 16 years, Patrick lived a normal life as the son of a prosperous landowner and magistrate until he was captured and forced into slavery. Patrick spent 6 years herding sheep. He escaped and returned to Ireland to do missionary work.

What's good luck on Saint Patrick's Day?
- Finding a four-leaf clover (that's double the good luck it usually is).
- Wearing green.
- Kissing the blarney stone.

Happy Saint Patrick's Day !!!!!!ª! If you want to have fun, have a look at the following sites:
http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/st-patricks-day/games/shamrock-streamer.html
http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/st-patricks-day/games/wallop.html
http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/st-patricks-day/games/game_st_patricks_day_coloring_pages.html
http://funschool.kaboose.com/fun-blaster/st-patricks-day/quiz/index.html

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 Last Saturday, many people from Lleida came to La Pobla de Segur to celebrate the 25th birthday of that important date.

On Saturday 10th March, many people from Lleida and other towns came to La Pobla de Segur to celebrate the famous Flamisell Olympics. This important event started on 1982.

People can participate chosen the prove that they like: athletics, jumping ...A part of participating, you can make new friends, or walk and look the other proves. All that and much more is the Olympic program.
This year, there has been people from Lleida, Balaguer, France, Tremp, Isona, and many villages and schools or athletics clubs.

The objective of the Olympics I that your school win a lot of medals. All the winners give their points to their school.

The first prize was for Santa Anna School, the second for IES La Pobla de Segur and the third prize was for the Mater School.

I think that the really spirit of the Olympics is to have a very good experience. The most important thing is to participate!!

Olympics are good for many things, the first is: do sports. Because to do sport isn’t bad, it is very healthy. In other towns, there are other Olympics, but Flamisell Olympic is wonderful and fantastic.

I like it because it is a special celebration and after the competition there is a big party for all the participants.

Laia Escudé, 2nd ESO

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What is going on this weekend in La Pobla???????
http://www.dfilm.com/mm2s/mm_route.php?id=3174039

By Nasi Portet, 4th ESO

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