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Is it a truth? Everything tends to change to it's opposite.

<o:p><o:p>Have you ever heared the ancient Chanese story?--- "SaiWong lost his horse"</o:p></o:p>

<o:p><o:p>Long long ago, there is an old man whose name is SaiWong. </o:p></o:p>

<o:p><o:p>One day, his horse was lost, all his neighbours came and tried to console him. But SaiWong said calmly, "This may be not a bad thing."</o:p></o:p>

<o:p><o:p>Several months later, the lost horse came bace, together with it was several gallant horses. All the neighbours came to congratulate him. But SaiWong said calmly, "This may be not a good thing."</o:p></o:p>

<o:p><o:p>Only a few days later, the son of SaiWong fell from one gallant horse when he rode on it, and his leg was broken badly. All the neighbours came again and console SaiWong, but Saiwong said still calmy, "This may be not a bad thing."</o:p></o:p>

<o:p><o:p>A year later, there broke out a war between SaiWong's country and its neighbouring country, the war was very violent, nealy all the young men had to take part in the war, and nine tenths of them were died. But SaiWong' song needn't go to the war because of his borken leg, and finally he was saved from the war.</o:p></o:p>

Feb 1, 2016 2:48 AM
Comments · 2

Great history, very entertaining, and it has a good message. but you should correct your spelling mistakes.

For example in the second line, you could use the past simple tense, writting: there was an old man whose name was SaiWong.

another mistakes found in your tale, were: the lost horse came "back"; "nearly"

and that is all. Very good writting.

Best wishes Helier.

February 1, 2016
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Thank you, Helier, thank you for correcting my mistakes. It's too rused of me submitting the text, I need review it carefully.

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February 1, 2016