I was very glad to get your letter. I should’ve written earlier, but I’ve been busy at school.
I think that Moscow is a great choice for your project. Personally, I would tell about places near Red square, some well-known monument around the city, about biggest parks, and Moscow underground. It’s very popular among foreign tourists, because all these places are telling city’s and country’s history. I think that summer is the best season to visit Moscow.
Have a great time at the skating-rink! How long have you been skating? Was it hard for you to learn to skate? Do you find it relaxing? Unfortunately, I have to go now. Hope to hear from you soon.
“Show me your room and I will tell you who you are”
A room is a private place.
Some people think that it is possible to tell a lot about a person after looking at his or her room, while others cannot share this opinion. Who is right?
From my point of view, people cannot judge a person just by looking at his bedroom. Firstly everyone can afford to leave a little mess because sometimes it is impossible to have a neatly cleaned room. Secondly, most of the people cannot turn the rooms into what they want it to look due to different reasons.
However, ones may disagree with me. They think that they can claim people’s personality just by looking at their place. They are totally sure that if there is a mess around the room this person is untidy or lazy and if the space is absolutely clear that person is accurate and well-organised.
I think these are stereotypes. I am truly convinced that nobody should blindly judge people by looking at their room. Every person is many-sided so it is impossible to tell about a person clearly.
In conclusion, I would like to point out my opinion. I think that nobody should criticise a person especially just after looking at their room.