Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy. His father was a wool merchant when he was old. He began to sail merchant ships.
The farthest countries he reached were Iceland and Guinea. Many European countries became more and more powerful. Their ships reached Africa and Asia.
They got gold, silver, silk, tea and other things from the East. Columbus wanted to open another road to China in August And India. Columbus left Spain for his first voyage.
After two months of hard sailing, Columbus had three ships. In October they arrived on an island in the Bahamas, but a few days later, one of his ships left them. In December, his flagship ship sank.
Fortunately, they left their ship and returned to him again. They returned to Lisbon in March.
Dear editor: I have read many articles in the school magazine. I found that almost all the articles in the school magazine are about the daily affairs on campus, which is good for us to understand everything on campus. But I think it would be better if there were articles and learning methods about current events.
Current events can open the eyes of students to learn more about sharing the world I hope you will find these suggestions useful and put them into practice as soon as possible.
A letter of friendship, Maple Street, Dallas, Texas dear Ruth, why don't you write? Of course, you are busy with the school closing, but please take a moment to assure me that you will be on my birthday. You have a long-term invitation to all my birthday celebrations, in order to warn you not to miss this one mother who said that you must stay at least two weeks and obey her. Don't forget your tennis racket.
The court is better than ever this spring. Don't announce to ted that it's "better than perfect" because they've already made it perfect. By the way, Ted's poor this year, so you'd better practice: he's playing the wreath around me.
Please write to me immediately and tell me when to stop the family bus at the station where I have to run now, or I will be late for English class. Your friend, Betty maple haustori of Texas, dear Bates, unfortunately, business has delayed my reply to your letter. Your note made me feel guilty, and I stopped in a frantic hurry and said: next Saturday at 5:30 p.m., the bus will stop at your station.
Tell your mom that I may not be completely "obedient," but I'll make her happy to get rid of MIA for Ted, for example, I'm walking practice, but don't be afraid I'm five minutes late, but I'll let the Committee see you on Saturday.