May 14, 2013 - Communication    1 Comment

Palestine street

Look, as you make your way down Palestine street, you’ll see a funeral pass. Around you, you’ll se tearful women waving red roses. You can hear a tense silence and silent sobs.

May 2, 2013 - Communication    No Comments


Scenario: Future society destroyed by the effects of global warming
Consequences: constantly too hot, flash floods in other areas.
Massive food shortages. Financial catastrophe. The rich are now the land owners and farmers. Farms heavily fortified. Use slave labour, who are the lucky ones as they’re paid with food and bussed in from the slums.

In the shop behind the glittering marble counter stood a stone fozen women with her mouth wide open and knees trembling, she wore a smooth long red silk dress with majestic golden earings. her shop was being robbed by 3 aggressive poor men who looked scruffy and irritated.
They all had the same tattoo on their forearm, it was a head on top of a cross with a knife put through it, they must have belonged to a gang.

Mar 14, 2013 - Communication    No Comments


On the bridge lay a old rusty car and three men. Near the car stood two soldiers. At the entrance of the battersea power station stood an old man waiting for the man with his dog.

Sep 4, 2012 - Communication    No Comments

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Hello and welcome to your personal online journal.

This platform has been created to enhance and enrich your learning at the London Nautical School. Its purpose is to provide you with an audience for your work (or work-in-progress) and you have the choice (by altering the ‘visibility’ of your posts) of whether your work on here is visible to the world, or only to your teacher.

Anything you post here in the public domain represents you and thus it’s important that you take care with that decision, but don’t be afraid to publish your work – as the feedback you may get from people at home, your peers and people from around the internet is only likely to enhance it.

Remember you can always access your class blog and all manner of resources through the main website – and by all means check out the sites of your peers to see what they’re getting up to as well.

If you have any questions for me, an excellent way to get an answer is to create a new private post on this journal. I am notified of any new posts and will reply swiftly to any queries.

Make the most of, and enjoy this new freedom in your English learning.



Mr Waugh


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