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Mrs. De-kroon: hey Grace i really like your language features in your poem so far, however you do need to add more comers, and full stops please!! I know its hard, but thats what you need to add to get a higher mark. Keep up the brilliant work Grace you can do this!!! ;)
Shyra mae regio: Maganda ang story
Shyra mae regio: Maganda ang story
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Michael: S do I'll try to io


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