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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Bits and Pieces

I just wanted to let you know that your homework is in the homework pages.

Also, I think the reading on identity Theft was not stapled; therefore, you may not have received the complete reading. I have scanned the whole reading and you can find it in the Reading Pages. It is in two sections. Just click on the PDF files. 

I also wanted to let you know that Reading for Understanding 2 can be found in the  the Reading Links .
Another reading page you should try this weekend , or in the near future is  the Frankfurt Skill Based Reading Exercises. Don't get food by thinking there is only one reading per section, the arrow for the next page is on the upper right hand side.

Also because we've been talking about weddings and marriages this week I wanted you to watch this delightful photo essay of marriages from around the world. The costumes and the hand designs are absolutely gorgeous. Enjoy.

                           Here is a little sample of a traditional Korean wedding

Marriage Traditions Around the World 

Don't you just love technology. I wish I were 30 years younger. What fun I would have with all of this .

1 comment:

  1. This is so beautiful picture, where did you get it?
    It is Korean Traditional wedding cloths.


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