My name is Naila and I come from Morocco which is in North of Africa.
Under my letter I wrote a poem that talks about the Future. I chose this subject because
I read some good topics which interested me. And they gave me the idea of robots and machines.
Sincerely, NAILA HIMY
When I think of the future,
I see a black circle in front of me,
I really get scared.
People become robots,
And objects become machines.
What should I do next?
Maybe I should run away.
The future won't be a good place to stay.
My name is Kenza Mekkkaoui and I'm eleven years old. I will be twelve years old the 20 of June 1997. I have a bunch of friends and they are great. I come from Morocco a country that is situated in the northern part of Africa and I live in Rabat, the capital. I attend the Rabat American School there.
Let me talk to you briefly about Morocco. In Morocco there are many stimulating places to visit, for instance Jamae Lafna which is a square located in Marrakech. In Jamae Lafna there are people who take care of snakes and others that sell fruit, clothes, and jewelry. There is also the Koutoubia that is within Jamae Lafna and it is a library, but now they are building some parts of it over because it is really old and it might break apart one day.
At last I'm going to tell you about the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. The Hassan II Mosque is one of the highest Mosques in the world. The Hassan II Mosque is built right on the coast. King Hassan II said that if there was an earthquake the Hassan II Mosque wouldn't break apart since it is very solid.
In conclusion Morocco has very interesting places to visit. However I can't describe all the places in Morocco since it would take me forever.
Sincerely, Kenza Mekkaoui
Hello my name is Karime. I'm 13, almost 14 years old and I'm half Moroccan and half German. My mom is from Poland and my dad is from Morocco, but I was born in Germany and I lived there 12 years. I live with my parents near the beach and I love basketball. When I was 13 I went to Morocco because my parents wanted to move to another country.
When I lived in Germany it was not bad, but I prefer living in Morocco. In Germany I don't have many friends because I am dark- skinned, not white like everybody else. I don't know why the people are like this but I thing it's still from the old days when Hitler was a dictator. That's maybe why some people still are thinking like him. I have friends in Germany but I have more in Morocco.
I am in an American School, the Rabat American School and I have friends from every country. I have friends from Japan, China, Israel, Denmark, Germany, USA, and of course of Morocco. The school in Germany was much smaller than the School in Morocco and was harder too. The teachers in Germany are stricter and the classes are more advanced. What I did in Germany in 6th grade I am doing now in 7th grade.
Sincerely, Karime Benzakour