Teaching Spanish to immigrants

A country better

12 November, 2015 | 2 Comments

Restart the long break from Spanish assets with a hopeful poetic tale written by our student Etsuko Nakajima in his country, Japan. Here is the introduction of his story Etsuko sequida. It's nice, aren't they?


Etsuko: “Ago 70 years that ended the war but the possibility of another war does not stop exixtir, so I hope there is no more war. It also increased the number of single parent families and the number of families on welfare and so I feel like we have a country where all children can live without worry”.

A better world


I wish that the world is full of love

I want to live without fear

I hope there is no more war

I feel like we have very good ground

Hopefully we live in a better future!

I wish the children grow up healthy and strong!

I feel like that all children have parents

I hope that children live in a land without pollution

I want children to access education

I want to live in a better future!

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This work by Etsuko Nakajima and Español Activo is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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2 Comments on “A country better

  1. Scott-o
    November 12, 2015 to 12:26

    I think a pretty good feeling and very universal well.

  2. Vaughn
    November 12, 2015 to 21:43

    Very good hopes! The problem is that there are so many in the world for whom the power and wealth has more value than freedom, health and happiness. But, Podem pray that the world change in the future to enjoy the most important assets that are mentioned in the story. Thank you for sharing with us habérselo.

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