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Good morning World! We are 16 pupils from a school in Skanderborg in Denmark. We helped each other answering the questions.about Wednesday morning. Greetings from class 6B.


When you got up, was the weather: sunny, windy, rainy, cloudy, misty, snowy?

This morning the weather was cloudy and dark.

What did you eat for breakfast?

One of us had bread and one of us had cereal for breakfast.

  Did you watch TV or listen to the radio or a CD this morning?

If you heard the news, can you remember any local or national news, any international news?

Yes we watched tv this morning, especially I heard about Afghanistan that the north alliance had captured the province of Afghanistan Herat. Denmark has elected a new prime minister and his name is Anders Fogh Rasmussen .

What time did you leave for school?

I left for school at 20 minutes to eight.

How did you get to school and how long did it take to get there?

One of us went by car - it lasted 5 minutes. One of us rode his bike - it took him 15 minutes.

Describe what you wore to school.

We wore a warm coat and gloves.

If you have windows in the classroom what can you see from them?

We can see a hall and four cars and a playground and the building we use for schoolstart and a roundabout and many trees.

What time did school start?

School started at 8 o`clock.

What school work did you do first today ?

The lessons I had in the morning were English and athletics.

Updated December 2001 by The Viking Network.
Irish Co-ordinator Michael Farry, Navan Education Centre

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