INTERNATIONAL BOOK WEEK – A QUIRKY WAY TO TAKE NOTE!

It’s international book week. Grab the closest book, turn to page 52 and write the fifth sentence as your status or post.

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I usually have 2 books on the go, so here are mine:

‘I smelled it from the beginning.’

and

‘The first Christians did not simply believe in ‘life after death’; they virtually never speak simply of ‘going to heaven when they died’ (as I have often said, alluding to the title of a good popular book on this subject, heaven is important but it’s not the end of the world); and when they do speak of heaven as a post-mortem destination they seem to regard this ‘heavenly’ life as a temporary stage on the way to the eventual resurrection of the body.’

You can do this on Facebook as well – post it as your status – you’ve got a day to go!

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22 thoughts on “INTERNATIONAL BOOK WEEK – A QUIRKY WAY TO TAKE NOTE!

  1. Page 52…. book 1.

    “I hope, my dear,” said Mr. Bennet to his wife, as they sat at breakfast the next morning, “I hope that you have ordered a good dinner to-day. because I have reason to expect an addition to our family party”

    :yes: strange…. That is from Pride and Prejudice chapter V11

    Next book to hand…randomly selected without looking off the bookshelf next to me…. that never worked….no page numbers….was a map book and places to visit.

    Try again…

    “Jeudi – Thursday”

    4.4. You are in a Bank..

    1. Ask the assistant what the day’s exchange rate is
    2. Ask whether you can cash an English Cheque with a Eurocheque card
    3. Say you want to change £50 worth of traveller’s cheques

    Taken from…’French in a week’

    P xx

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  2. Mine are….

    Suddenly a great fish took his hook, and before he knew where he was, he was dragged down into the water, to the bottom.

    and

    Then she was indifferent to anything.

    Lol….enjoyed this I did!xxxxx

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