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Past Simple + Past Continuous
Transcript of Past Simple + Past Continuous
Malala and her fellows was riding on the bus-home after an exam when it suddenly was stopped by the Taliban.
After the bus stopped, there was a masked gunman (a Taliban indeed) shouting at everyone on the bus,
Which one of you is Malala?"
C'mon, tell me now! otherwise everyone will be murdered.
Then, she was recognized and hit with one bullet, which went through her head, neck, and ended in her shoulder.
She is widely well-known for her activism for rights to education, specifically in the Swat Valley, where the girls couldn't go to the school, because it was forbidden for them.
She was born in Mingora-Pakistan on July 12, 1997.
Some awards that she has won are:
The Noble Peace Prize,
The International Peace Prize.
One of Malalas most known hobbies are giving speeches all around the world because of what she did about saying that girls should go to school and not only the boys because girls should also have knowledge or learning like the boys that go to school.
"I don't mind if i have to sit on the floor
at the school, all I want is education"
Despite all that, she went to the school and currently still goes to the school
but in the UK (where now she lives) because of she won a scholarship to go to the Birmingham College.
It was her first school in the Swat Valley...
Until it was closed by the Taliban's group on January 15, 2009.
What's her anecdote about
She also won The National Malala Peace Prize and the Simone de Beauvoir Prize. She has won all of these rewards for her brave acts for the rights of education.
After all the differents facts during her short life, She thought write and describe her experience about refused to be silenced for her right education. She has wrote a book that still continues inspiring the world. The name is:
I am malala
the girl who stood up for education and was shot by the taliban"
We are Malala
"Furthermore, she received 3 shots"
When she received the shots, her classmates told to the journalists that her hair was dyed with her own blood. However,
she's still alive!
Looking for the education all over the world.
What a courage!
Thanks for reading us!
Activism, Taliban assassination attempt