The generals of the civil war are all interesting, and they each have a different story. Many of them have corresponding parts of the story, like the Mexican-American War, and West Point Military academy. One of the things they do not have in common is their names, which, in order, are Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, William T. Sherman, and Thomas J. Jackson. Ulysses … Continue reading H8 L75 – Civil War Generals
Chapter I – Beginnings
March 1, 2008 B.C.
This diary is to log our exploits after the confusion of languages and I was chosen to write it, so here I am writing it. This is the first day of the confusion and I am unable to read the Hebrew that I learned in school two years ago. I was chosen to start a log on the trip and to record all that happens on the way. Well, I was walking around in the tower searching for anyone that spoke the same new language, which I called “Spanish”. I called out and I heard another voice beside me yelling at me and I could understand. To me this was surprising because I had spoken Hebrew all my life (so far). I asked if anyone else could talk in the same language too, and he had encountered Chiram and Abhy. “Aaron, what’s going on?” Barrak said. I told him my opinion, said sure to a suggestion of his, and we split up. He went left and I right. I ran into Chedva and Elias and he found Liesbet.Continue reading “English L101-115 Book – The Journey of the Tower of Babel”