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by on September 9, 2011
  • (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN says:
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    Calvin is testing this comment.

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  • (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN says:
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    I'm calvin. I;m testing this

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  • (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN says:
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    Calvin testing comemtn

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  • (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN (Calvin) Tiep T, NGUYEN says:
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    calvin at here....

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  • BlazeAMazeXD BlazeAMazeXD says:
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    My brother has asthma symptoms and he has an inhaler. I hope he doesn't get asthma :'(
    Anyways, I think this festival is a good idea because it helps people with asthma feel good about themselves and it motivates them to try live happily, live healthy, and live a good life.
    Thank you ClicNews for this inspiring article! #SavePeopleWithAsthma! 😉

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  • unicornlover07 says:
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    i think the two students are right it is good to know if a friend is having a asthma attack and to know how to handle it.It is very good to know how to handle it because if your friend had a asthma attack and nobody was around what would you do.Asthma is kind of rare because not that many people have asthma.Thank you Sian Abraham Long for this artical it is great i love it can not wait for more.

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  • Jawad_07 Jawad_07 says:
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    Yesterday was sports day for my school and my mom has a night shift so when it was sports day my mom was to tired to drop me at the place so I had to miss out on this year's sports day, but there is always next year and I hope everyone else has a good sports day!!! 😀

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  • BlazeAMazeXD BlazeAMazeXD says:
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    Oh my goodness! That's my class! Well, onto the point, I sometimes use cursive/joint writing. I mostly
    use it for titles and projects like when I was doing a project on my country, Georgia, I used joint/cursive writing mostly! Do you think cursive is easier? Why? Reply to me and give me an answer! 😉 also thank you ClicNews for using my class as an example!

    I really liked this article! Thank you! 😉

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  • colourdays says:
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    I'm from st audeones national school and i loved the trip to clic news it was very hot while climbing up the stairs i was roasting i liked the bit where we went into the music station and i liked when we met new people i was very happy because we were on a camera and we were singing the camera girl kept on zooming into peoples faces there was loads of science labs there as well thank you clic news for this article i really enjoyed that trip.

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  • kades says:
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    I have asthma i had it since i was a baby and sometimes i spit out mucus and i hate it i have to inhalers a blue one and a brown one . its not easy having asthma because you cant breathe some times and i cant drink cold drinks and i always have to wear a jacket .my friend would me my mum because she help me with my struggles and i thank her for that and my brother aades.

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