"Dracula" and "The Scarlet letter"

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Post by LadyMacbeth » Sat Sep 02, 2006 8:00 am

taking out two forms whose authors won the prizes - I meant.

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Re: hi Lennye,

Post by MissLT » Sat Sep 02, 2006 8:05 am

LadyMacbeth wrote:
Was the lotter free or you had to do something to be a part of it? It's great that they have this for teachers, by the way. You've gotten something you like as a reward. Wink You're gonna get more of those books or that's all for now?
The lottery was free. I had to be present in the place where it took place, then to fill in a form and give it to people who were responsible for mixing them all and then taking out 2 prizes.

It was higly exciting and I forgot to breathe even for some moments. Well... I think it is all for now.

have a nice day Lennye from California:)
Ooooh, it's like the lottery to win a car that they have at the malls. One of my grandma's friends has won one (she's already rich enough). :roll:

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