April D. Destura Narration- narrate your very frightening experience Facing in front of the people When I was a child, I am afraid of face in front of the people. I am not go outside of our house, because I am afraid of rejection, I have lack of confidence on what I am. I am very shy on them even though in our relatives. I’ve got beauty and talent but it’s hard for me to express. My father always pulls me to join on the singing contest and for the sake of my father I obey him even though my inner feelings disagree.
And it results losing in the competition, because I’m so nervous, but my father didn’t stop he always practicing me when he heard a competition. The time passed, I become a high school student, I’ve learned to get along with my classmates until we are became friends. And then I finished my high school and turn to another cycle of my life, because of our poor situation so that I can’t go with my next stage, college life. I work to the house of others to be their maid and I work to the factory for several months and years past that I decide to get married with my long time boyfriend.
And I’d began active in their religion, a Christian born again, their Pastor train me to face in front of the people by join me in music team, being a preside, and later on, he offer me to speak a one topic. At first I’m very nervous, I can’t feel my breath and my body, I felt that I’m floating but in God’s grace I finish that with no mistakes. So I’m thankful to the Lord for giving me wisdom and knowledge. This is my frightening experience that I’m already encountered. April D. Destura Description- describe a famous tourist spot in Philippines
Boracay Island If we explore the Philippines we found a lot of famous tourist spots and we are rich by that. We feel amused when they see them. We can make a relaxation of ourselves. And one of the famous tourist spot here in the Philippines is the Boracay Island. It is famous for being a one of the destination that you can found relaxation and it is widely known as one of the finest swimming destinations in the world. The fine talcum powder-sand beaches are one of their blessed things.
Countless hidden coves and coconut trees line up along the beaches. The leisure activities that can be on or along the beach are scuba diving, helmet diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, kite boarding, cliff diving, and beach relaxation. The crystal clear waters are perfect for swimming, sailing, fishing and sun bathing. It offers the site of an 18-hole par 72 golf course, more than 2,000 rooms ranging in quality from five-star to budget accommodation. It also offers a wide range of restaurants, bars, pubs, and night clubs.
Boracay also boasts of sapphire seas and spectacular sunsets. Boracay can found at the northwest of Panay, in the west if Visayas region, off the Sibuyan Sea. To get to Boracay, one has to book a flight to Kalibo, the capital of Aklan province. Air-conditioned coasters or public buses offer one-hour-and-a-half drive to Caticlan where one can board a motorized banca for a 30-minute trip to Boracay. Conclussion: If you want the place that was relaxation, this is the place you are looking for. White sand beaches and many activities you can do.
This is truly one of the famous tourist spots here in the Philippines because of their lots of treasure and we might keep, care and protect that. April D. Destura Comparison and Contrast- compare two cities anywhere in the world except in the Philippines | | | | | | | | Compare and contrast paragraphs are written to expose similarities and differences of two places, countries, people, friends, items, objects or events. When comparing two things, the writer emphasizes the similarities between the things compared; however, when contrasting, the writer mentions about the differences between them.
The best way to start a compare and contrast paragraph is to choose two related items and clarify what is precisely being compared. It is also possible to give a list of selected criteria that will be used to make the comparison. After writing the topic sentence the writer might go on with the supporting sentences. There are two chief ways to develop supporting sentences: whole by whole or point by point. In a whole by whole comparison paragraph, the writer analyzes the first item thoroughly before giving any details about the second one.
Point by point comparison is also called alternating arrangement of ideas. If the paragraph is about cats and dogs, the writer states one point for both cats and dogs before going on with the second major point. Finally, using transition words or phrases, such as “in contrast,” “on the other hand,” “similarly” or “whereas” will help the writer to present the connection between the ideas in a coherent way and they will make the paper comprehensible for the reader. SCHOOL AND COLLEGE Even though high school and college are both institutions of learning, they differ in at least three ways.
The first difference between high school and college is their social atmospheres. In high school the facility is usually smaller, and students are, for the most part, well acquainted with each other. In addition, students in high school have the same six hours 7:45 to 1:45 day, thus helping them to know one another better. On the college scene people are constantly coming and going, therefore rarely seeing the same person twice in a day, which accounts for fewer people being acquainted with each other. The second difference between high school and college is their policies about homework.
In high school, homework is required to help motivate students to study. Knowing they have to submit assignments in algebra or history gives students an incentive to keep up with these subjects. In college most homework consists of studying; very little of it is written and turned in. If students do their homework, it is to their advantage; if they do not, the teachers will not force them to do it. The student is only wasting his own money if he neglects his course work. The third and last difference between high school and college is their attendance policies.
In high school, students must attend class to get assignments and personal help in a certain area. Furthermore, high school students are less responsible; therefore, they need more guidance, which they can receive by going to class. In college, students may skip classes if they choose and refer to the syllabus to acquire missed assignments or tests. It is the student’s responsibility to make work up. In spite of these differences between high school and college, they both serve the same purpose — to prepare an individual for the real world. | | | | | |