EC Elementary English Students write Love Letters

by Sheetal Makhan / Academic Year Coordinator

Yesterday I taught an Elementary English class at our EC Language School in Cape Town and as an icebreaker to begin, students wrote love letters to objects they can’t live without. It was a timed activity and I was blown away by some of the romantic sentiments our students came up with. Enjoy!

Pic by Sheetal Makhan
Pic by Sheetal Makhan

Dear My Phone

You’re my best friend. I’m with you all the time. You can give me the information of the whole world and you can make me in contact with my family.
I can’t imagine my life without you. I love you so much.

(Lourdes, Angola)

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Dear My Car

I’m happy with you. You take me every morning to the school. I am sad when my car doesn’t working.
I love you so much

(Frag, Libya)

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Dear Ring

I love you so much, because when I look at you, I remember my mother. Do you remember mummy when I brought you out when I was child?
Yes, she got angry with me. Then she forgot and gave to me.
Today, don’t leave you for nothing. I’ll protect you everyday, every week.  You have special meaning.

(Cristina, Angola)

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Dear Mobile Phone

I love you so much, because I can’t imagine my life without you. You help me everyday. I can speak with everybody.
For thy sake I travel, I can dream and meet people around the world despite being far.
I cannot stay away from you one minute.
I cannot see without you, because you are my best friend.
I love you so much!

(Matondo, Angola)

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Dear My Watch

I can’t describe love me to you.
You make me to know the time. I without nothing!
If you stop, hear me: Leave this like

(Fuad, Saudi Arabia)

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Dear My Car

I can’t imagine my life without you. I love you a lot because I love driving. I need you to go to work, shopping, hospital and cinema.
You are very important. I sad when do you not work. I love so much.

(Ahmed, Libya)

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