Sunday, May 14, 2006

Welcome to Prime Language School's Pen Pal Blog!!

This page is is dedicated to making new friends from all around the world. We are the Special class at Prime Language School in Gumi, South Korea, and have initiated a writing program intended to connect with English speakers from a diverse selection of countries. We invite you to read our letters and to write us one back. To do so just click on the "comments" icon beneath our letters. We hope to hear from you!

This just in!!

A new letter from Paul Grewal in London England - the home of English.

Dear Hwang Gyu Min, Mi-Ji Kim, Bea Tea Hyun, Soon-Ched Kwon, Kim Hyun Dong, Jung Eun Sun, and Kim Hee-Kyung;

My name is Mr Grewal and I am a teacher in England. Thank you for all your wonderful letters! All of them made me smile. I have learned so much about Korea just by reading all the different things that you wrote. Now I’m very excited to try kimchi, since I have never eaten it before.

My class in London, England is too small to write letters. They are just five years old and still learning how to write. I can tell you that all of them like football and cricket. I think cricket is a strange sport, since I like baseball much better. In England, we eat lots of cheese and eggs and sausages. The national dish is called “fish and chips” which is deep-fried fish and potatoes and peas on a plate.

If you ever come to visit England, there are many famous things for you to see. In London, you could see Big Ben, which is a bell in a big building with a clock on top. You could also visit the London Dungeons, which has a bloody history. Near the Dungeons is the Tower of London, which holds the Queen’s Crown Jewels. The men who guard the Tower are called Beefeaters. All of these things are in London, along the River Thames. Outside London, you could visit Stonehenge, which is a mysterious monument of very large rocks. If you like ships, the best place to see all different kinds is Portsmouth.

Those are just some of the things you could see if you visit England. There are many more, I assure you! Korea sounds like it would be a very cool place to visit from your letters. Thank you again for sending them all to me!

Your friend,

Mr Grewal


Blogger me said...

Hello bryan teacher. I didn't know you started this! I have a few kids that write letters to my nieces at home. They love it. A blog is a good idea though b/c you don't have to wait for the letters to come back. yes i love technology...

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