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I remember a story my mother told me when I was young. It was evening and people had started going home. It was raining very heavily. A girl called Youma and her younger sister were outside. They were feeling cold. Nobody was there to help them. My mother was touched by their condition and took them in and gave them shelter. My mother told me that I should worry about people who are suffering and help them if I can. When my dream of being a teacher has come true, I promise to help other people.

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I hope this message finds you well. How is everything going with you? I am in my senior year, that means I have to deal with college applications while taking quite a few difficult courses. However, I think I enjoy the challenge. I like all my classes, especially AP Studio Art class. I need to prepare more than 20 pieces of art work before next May for this class. It is both challenging and rewarding. How is your school? What classes are you taking? I hope you are doing well.


Hi Madam Judy,
Its my hope that you are fine and doing well with you all activities, as for my side i am well too. I would like to share with you some concepts about OXYGEN. Oxygen is the major constituent of water and certain chemicals. Oxygen combine with water to form
metallic oxides and with non metallic oxides. It is an essential element for chemicals processes such as combustion, rusting and respiration. Oxygen can be prepared by using the following methods;
1.Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
2.Heating potassium chlorate.
3.Heating compound rich in Oxygen.
4.Fractional distillation by using air.
The mostly frequent method for the preparation of Oxygen in the Laboratory is decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
Dear madam you get something on that,
Wish you happy weekend.
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