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EL VOLCAN MOMBACHO

PUBLISHERS: YOSSUARA PITTY DIAZ AND ANAGABRIEELE BETETA SOTO

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THIS ENGLISH WORK IS WHAT WE UNDERSTANT WHAT IS NATURE IN THE MOMBACHO VOLCANO. IN THE MOMBACHO THERE WAS ALOT OF NATURE. IN THE OTHERS PAGES YOU GOING TO SEE WHAT WE DID THAT TREE DAYS IN THE CAMPING. IN THE FIRST PAGE YOU GOING TO SEE WHAT WE PLAY THE FIRST,SECOND,AND THIRD. IN THE SECOND PAGE YOU GOING TO LOOK HOW COULD WE ASSEMBLE THE CAMPAIG STORE AND HO HELPED TO DESARM THE CAMPAIG STORES THE LAST DAY OF CAMPING. ON THE FOURTH PAGE YOU GOING TO SEE HOW WE COULD GET TO THE TOP OF THE MOMBACHO AND HOW IS HARD TO GET THERE.IN THE FIFT PAGE YOU GOING TO SEE THE ANIMALS, FLOWRES, AND HOW IS THE CLIMATE IS THERE. WHEN YOU RAED THIS YOU GOING GET ASTONISHED, BECAUSE THERE IN THE MOMBAHO IS VERY WONDERLFULL THERE IS NOT GARBAGE IN THE GROUND. AND FOR LAST WE GOINGN TO TALK ABOUT THE LIFE OF MOMBACHO AND WHAT CAN HAPPEN.

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TENDS

WHEN WE CAME OF THE WALKING TEACHER ROBERTO SAY US THAT FIRST WE HAVE TO EAT AND THEN WE CAN ASSEMBLE THE STORES CAMPAIG.WHEN WE FINISH TO EAT TEACHER ROBERTO SAY US THAT NOW WE CAN ASSEMBLE THE STORES CAMPAIG.WHEN MY FRIENDS AND ME FINISH TO LOOK UP OURS BACKPACK WE WENT TO ASSEMBLE US STORE . WE START LOOK UP WHERE ARE THE SCREWS HOLD THE BUT THERE WERE STEAL.

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GAMES

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THE SCARF
When we finished eating PROFESSOR OF 5 th grade and told us we could play, then the teacher called us to camilo squad water and air play on the scarf. when all the teacher came camilo said rules and then start to play. when the game was half a child who had the number as the other ran away, and shot to the other number did not reach its position. When two squad finished the game , water was the squad that won to air , then the air squadron had to play with the loser who played football.

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GAMES

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THE SCARF When air and water squad finished playing the scarf teacher Camilo call to the two losing squad that was playing the scarf and the losing squad that was playing football. When the two losing squads came , teacher camilo said what they going to play,the teacher camilo said that they will play another time the scarf. When the game start T.camilo call the first two numbers, the first two numbers were 5 and 9.when the were in the middle Tcamilo us that the game is over , because there was time for the dinner.When we ended to eat T. camilo say us that the winner of the game was squad air.

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FAUNA
SALAMANDER
The salamander is an animal whose length ranges from 12 to 30 centimeters, but most common is that they do not exceed 20. Its body is long and its tail, wide base, the thickness decreases as weapproach the end

RED EYE GREEN FROG


Red-eye green frog (Agalychnis callidryas) is a species of amphibiananuran family Hylidae, which lives from southern Mexico to northernColombia. Most notable are the large red eyes with vertical pupils.As adults get to have bright colors on all your body.1

WHITE MONKEY FACE


Native forests of Central America and the northwestern part of South America, is of great importance for their role by dispersing seeds and pollen. In recent years, has become very popular in North American species half. It is a medium-sized monkey, weighing up to 3.9 kg (1.5 - 4 kg). They are almost completely black, but with a pink face and white on much of the front of his body, receiving its distinctive name for this

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MONARCH BUTTERFLY

The monarch butterfly, 3 (Danaus plexippus) is a species ofLepidoptera Nymphalidae family ditrisio. It is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. Since the nineteenth century hasbeen introduced to New Zealand and Australia.4 May 6

WHITE EAGLE
The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), also known as theAmerican eagle, bald eagle, osprey American or whiteheaded sea-eagle is a bird species of the family Accipitridae accipitriforme2living in North America, famous for being the national symbol United States, appearing even in the national emblem of that country. This species was nearly extinct in the U.S. in the late twentiethcentury, but its population has stabilized and is on track to be removed from the endangered species list of the Government of the United States.

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FLOWER A DAY

FLORA

It has a small bulb, yellowish, with a thick stem that can reach three feet high, are placed on the leaves, lanceolate, in whorls, especiallyin the central stem. The flowers are grouped into a cluster of 3 to 8flowers hanging, pink-violet hue and small purple spotssuperimp

BEGONIA

The gender of begonias comprises about 1,500 species, of whichabout 150, plus nearly 10,000 varieties and hybrids, are marketed for use in gardening. They are native to the tropical and subtropical regions of America, Africa and Asia. The only other family member isHillebrandia Begoniaceae, a genus with one species in the Hawaiian Islands, and gender Symbegonia recently was included in Begonia.

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LIRIUM

Lilies are usually lush grass stems that form underground bulbs, scalyor naked, which they use to survive the winter. In some species thebase of the bulb U.S. has developed rhizomes on which there are numerous small bulbils. Others develop stolons. Most bulbs are deeply buried, however few form near the soil surface

ORCHID

Orchids are an extremely diverse group of plants which may havefrom a few millimeters long (some species of the genus Bulbophyllumand Platystele) to form huge aggregations of several hundredkilograms (some species of Grammatophyllum) or file lengths to 13.4m, as is the case Sobralia altissima, a newly described orchid in 1999 in

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