Blog 8: Memories

Do you think memories fade (die away, disappear, go away, vanish,)?

Dear all,

Write a paragraph about “A memory of your childhood”. Include time expressions and vocabulary learned in class.

Tip: Check pages 45 to 51(unit 5) of your book. Remember! Try to write the best you can.

Your post should be done in no less than 60 words. Write and publish it as soon as it is possible.

Deadline: Friday 06/05/2016 

In my heart is a memory, and there you’ll always be.

Let's correct the mistakes (errors)
  • ... I danced all the time and my parents recorded me to have it as a reminder Now everytime that I see those videos it causes me much nostalgia.

  • I remember thirteen years ago, when I was seven, the day of my birthday came to my house most of my friends from school and neighborhood friends

  • Well, I have many memories from my childhood, but I remember an anecdote very funny in my garden. ...

  • I remember when I was five years, I met my best friend on 2001 in kindergarden, she call Michellewe played every day's and we studied in high school together. we liked ...

  • good an anecdote of the infancy, I remember that it was going out after the four of the morning played basketball with all my friends of the block where I was living sometimes there was no ball then we were traveling to ourselves for the track towards another district that this fence just we were coming when dawn was starting and were turning po the line where the train was happening playing counting terror histories as it was a field were running, gliding to make to scare someone and so we were returning to our houses playing it was entertaining

Nos•tal•gic /nɑˈstældʒɪk, nə-/  adj. having a feeling of nostalgia: nostalgic for the past.

  • I was overcome with acute nostalgia for my days in college.
  • (Me invadió la nostalgia aguda de mis días en la universidad)
  • I recall with nostalgia
  • The steam locomotive evokes nostalgic memories of a bygone era with its glory and old age charm.

(Very naughty) (adj)= a disobedient and kind of wicked (evil) child.

Mis•chief /ˈmɪstʃɪf/ n. Conduct or activity that causes slight annoyance:
  • wayward but not malicious behaviour, usually of children, that causes trouble, irritation, etc
  • The children were always getting into mischief.
  • Richard was always up to some mischief when he was a child.
Mis•chie•vous /ˈmɪstʃəvəs/  adj. maliciously or playfully annoying:

  • The mischievous boys stole apples from the neighbor's tree.
I love those random memories that make me smile ...


  1. My father was and still being a cheater. One day my brother and I had been fighting on the table before dinner, my father told us that it happened because we had eaten us lot of sugar, so for that reason would have to eat double servings of vegetables or he wouldn't give us dessert. So, we protested loudly, as children usually do, but really not what he saw in truth that our father gave us, then our dishes were (apparently) filled with peas and carrots, but it was not until then that we had had our first bite that told us that my father had given us the dishes full of sweets that seemed only vegetables. This is a good memory of my childhood.

  2. Full name: Daniel ROJAS Mendez

    Seccion: G3HM