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what are some ideas that i can put on a language project for thing about me (eg.fav.food, fav. colors, etc.)

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    you can put down you hobbies

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    WRITING WRAP-UP

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    You include your friends, your favorite school subject, any pets you may have, favorite clothes, what you see yourself doing in 15 years, favorite music, favorite TV show, etc.

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