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A Time Order Paragraph

This presentation is intended to help students of English as a new language understand time order and recognize the difference between main idea, supporting points, and details.
by Patricia Galien on 20 September 2011

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Bug http://thejapanesepage.com/gif/benjo.jpg http://www.firststreetleather.com/store/media/products/bonw1328m_935.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v514/kadyetja/giantuglybug.jpg http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1426/540042793_875d69f75e.jpg?v=0 Tokyo Mountain Village Restroom Shoe Help The first time you experience a new culture, sometimes something surprising happens. The first time I went to Japan, I went for the summer. I spent the first few days of the trip in Tokyo. Tokyo is a huge, busy city, and it was very interesting. After Tokyo, I went with some friends to a small mountain village. The village was beautiful, and it was a nice change from the city. When we arrived in the village, we enjoyed some delicious noodles for lunch and walked around the small town. Lunch After a little while, I had to use the restroom, and luckily there was a public restroom nearby. I went into the restroom and discovered that the toilet was even with the ground, and it was also a toilet without water. On top it looked like a regular Japanese style toilet, but below it was really just a hole in the ground. That was no problem because I was used to Japanese style toilets, and I had often used non-flush toilets when I went camping. Everything in the restroom was fine until I finished. As I stepped to go to the door, I passed my right foot over the toilet, and suddenly my sandal fell into the hole. It was terrible. My shoe was in the toilet. It was a new, white sandal that I really liked. I looked down and wondered what I should do. Suddenly I was hopeful. I thought I could reach the shoe and pull it out. I reached in toward my shoe, but my arm was just a little bit too short. Then I remembered one of my friends who was waiting for me outside. He was very tall, and I knew that he could reach my shoe. I called for him. There was a lot of laughter from about half a dozen junior high school girls who were also in the restroom. My friend came in, and I asked him to try and get my shoe for me. He reached down and pulled my sandal out of the pit, handed it to me, and without a word walked out of the restroom. In the end, I had my shoe, but it didn’t look very good. It was dirty, and there was an ugly bug on it. Monday - Thursday Friday Morning Lunch 2:00 2:05 2:07 To tell the truth, I never wore those shoes again, and in the future if I ever drop a lovely new white sandal into a dirty toilet again, I will just leave it there. Oops! http://www.spa.ucla.edu/up/webfiles/tokyo-shinjuku-45_4.jpg http://www.platinumkoi.co.za/special/udon.jpg http://images.acclaimimages.com/_gallery/_TN/0001-0506-2310-1057_TN.jpg 2:08 Future Image Sources http://pjgalien.wordpress.com
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