Saturday, 31 May 2008

A Letter to My Friend


Dear Slavko,

How are you? How’s it going? I hope everything’s OK with you.

Guess what! I went on a school trip on Friday. We went to a nature reserve called Emperor’s Swamp. It was great. We were on a boat, too.

The boat trip was thirty minutes long. We saw many animals: turtles, snakes, birds and others. Our guide was happy to tell us about all the things in Emperor’s Swamp.

We asked our teacher if we could take a walk through the forest. She told us we could. We were very happy.

The forest was beautiful. We took many pictures of it. When we got back from the walk, it was time to go.

From there, we went to Rusanda Spa. There were a lot of benches in the park. We had a rest there. Later, we spent some time checking out the place. We played a game of chess too. Then we went home.

What about you? Have you been anywhere lately?

That’s all for now.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Best wishes,

Boris

by Boris Škapik, VII2, 28 May 2008



Dear Stephanie,

How are you? How are things? Hope everything’s OK.

Guess what! I went with my friends to Old lake on Friday. It was incredible! We were sitting on the bench, looking at the water and chatting, when suddenly a good-looking boy looked at my friend. While he was looking at her, he wasn’t paying attention wher he was going and what he was doing, so he fell into the lake! Everybody started laughing at him, especially we! It was a really funny day... How did you spend your weekend?

This week I’m going on a trip with my class. We’re going to the Danube Gorge and I hope that it’ll be great.

Have you got any plans for the summer? I still don’t know where to go for the summer... Probably with my parents... Maybe to the seaside...

Well, that’s all for now. Hope to hear from you soon.

Your friend,

Ivana

Ivana Grubišić, VII2, 28 May 2008



Dear Johanna,

How are you? How are things? Hope everything’s OK with you.

Guess what! I went on a school trip on Friday. We visited a nature reserve called Emperor’s Swamp. We took a boat ride, which lasted about two hours, and then we saw some lizards and spiders. It was great! I was in the wood with my friends and we explored it, but when we saw a snake, we went back! It was so funny when we ran back!
By the way, I’m going to spend my summer holidays at home, at my cousin’s who lives in Novi Sad and on some mountains with mountaineers. I like summer holidays because we don’t go to school and it is warm and sunny so we can go to the swimming pool.

How did you spend your weekend? What are your plans for the summer?

Well, that’s all for now. Hope to hear from you soon.

Your friend,

Aleksandra

Aleksandra Kantar, VII2, 28 May 2008


Dear Jasmine,

How are you? What’s new? Hope everything’s OK with you.

I have some new things to tell you. Guess what! I went on a trip on Sunday. It was great! I went to Novi Sad with my parents. We often go to this town because I have some cousins there. My parents and I love to pay them a visit.

I really like Novi Sad. It is a beautiful town. I love everything about it and I love the people who live there. They are so generous, funny and kind.

In this town I really like the Petrovaradin fortress. This is the most beautiful fortress in Vojvodina.

I would like to spend my summer holiday in my favourite town. That would be lovely!

And how did you spend your week? Do you like trips and what is your favourite destination? Where are you going to spend your summer holiday?

Well, that’s all for now. I really hope to hear from you soon.

Your friend,

Andrea

Andrea Tiri, VII2, 28 May 2008

Dear Sanja,

How are you? Is there something new? I hope everything is OK.

Guess what! On Friday I went on a one-day school trip to Carska Bara (Emperor’s Swamp). Emperor’s Swamp is a natural reserve, which is only forty-five minutes ride from Kikinda. As soon as we arrived, we got on a small boat. We rode about forty-five minutes through the swamp. Then we stopped and watched some birds. A man told us some interesting things about Emperor’s Swamp. Later, we ate our sandwiches and went for a walk through the woods. I really liked Emperor’s Swamp.

About one hour later, we went to Rusanda Spa. We had some time to relax there and then we rode back to Kikinda.

In a few days I’m going on another school trip, to Djerdap – the Danube Gorge. By the way, have you seen or done something interesting lately?

I can’t wait for the summer holiday to start! On 25 June I’m going to Spain with my mum. What are you planning for your summer holiday?

With love,

Dunja

Dunja Ilić, VII2, May 2008


Dear Kelly,

How are you? Hope everything’s OK with you.

Unfortunately, I have a problem. My marks at school aren’t so good. I’m not very satisfied. My mother’s a teacher and she always says that I must study more. The only problem’s that I don’t love studying much. It’s often boring. However, history classes are interesting for me. Reading the history book’s always interesting, because I can see a lot of history programmes on television, too, and I can understand everything better. Films sometimes show some historic events and I can understand better when I read something for the class.

On the other hand, subjects like maths or physics are difficult, because I sometimes don’t understand things. One day, when they make an interesting programme about maths, I’ll like it, I hope.

By the way, my parents are making plans for the summer holiday. We’ll probably go to the seaside. I’m very happy because of that. I like swimming and sitting in the sun. When we go to Greece, I’ll be able to practise my English. It’s always exciting. There are many people from foreign countries and we talk to them and play with them. Maybe we’ll write letters later. What are your plans for the summer?

I must do my English homework now. I hope I’ll see you soon.

Best wishes,

Grigorije

Grigorije Grastić, VII2, 28 May 2008

Dear Suzie,

How are you? How are things?

Guess what! I went on a school trip on Friday. We visited the nature reserve Emperor’s Swamp. It was great! We took a boat ride on a small boat through the Swamp. We saw a lot of birds which are very rare. We had a lot of fun. What about you? Were you on a school trip too? Was it interesting?

Next week, on Friday again, I’m going on another school trip. We are visiting the Danube Gorge. We are staying there for two days. I hope we will see a lot of interesting things, and that it will be great. What about you? How are you going to spend your next weekend?

By the way, what are your plans for the summer? Are you going somewhere? I am going to stay at home, read a book, go swimming, or something like that.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Best wishes,

Smiljana

Smiljana Karadžin, VII2, 28 May 2008

Dear Jana,

How are you? What's happened in Kikinda for the last two weeks? Is there anything new or interesting?

I'm at the seaside and I'm having a great time! The weather's wonderful so I'm sunbathing the whole day. I also swim a lot and play volleyball. 

Guess what happened a few days ago? While I was diving near the shore, I found a golden necklace stuck between some rocks. My mum was very happy about it. She liked it very much. 

The only bad thing about this holiday is the food. Since we're at the seaside, the main food is fish. And, as far as you know, I'm not very fond of fish. But, luckily, the ice cream's excellent and it's not very expensive.

I'm enjoying it here, but I miss my friends. 

I hope to meet you soon, but until then, you can write to me.

See you soon,

Viktor

Viktor Grabić, VII2, 28 May 2008

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