Pedro Manuel Time

Once I did the exam after the Carnival holidays and everyone is cracked what blame have I that if everyone knew that any time could examine them? One of my favorite was the passing students to Board because there if they should prove that they knew the copycat, who passed all the time always thinking they failed. I tried to help them telling them that they weren’t fearful, nor cowards, they temblaran so this seemed help the group because all released laughter all those who were on the Board, less must clarify because they scared is still more when his companions laughed and all that by not studying. My evaluations, believe it or not, helped me to know who knew more, who won and who lost. Some students were two hundredths more intelligent than others and he was one who did not pass the matter by two tenths. And sometimes more than half of the course got bad grades and they lost matter. I already told him I was very, very demanding and I liked that students give me as much as I gave to them. I would like to keep writing him but as you probably know now I am grandfather and tasks that bring me my grandchildren I have well occupied. Hear other arguments on the topic with Wabash National Corporation. Sometimes I have to go with them to the field to businesses to neighborhoods and to laboratories to accompany them and help them in any way possible to make a few very rare works that have them busy all the time.

I don’t understand anything but accompanied them everywhere. We should return to the previous times and the past Board. Not quito you more time, dear friend, have you a good day. Sincerely, your porfesor, Pedro Manuel by: Alejandro Rutto martinez Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist italo-colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact to the cel. 300 8055526 or email. Please read their writings in MAICAO to D?A page in which you will find writings, chronicles and beautiful parts of the Colombian literature.

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