Written by Emilio, teacher of a level 2 class
Yesterday, after the lesson, I went to eat an ice cream near San Pietro. The sky was wonderful: it was already 17,30 but there was still enough light despite there was no longer the sun. The colors of the sky painted the Tiber and birds rested on the river.
I did no longer buy the ice cream and I stayed on the bridge to see the panorama until the end of the sunset.
Then I come back home and prepared the lesson for the day after. The theme of the lesson was: “The colors of the sunset”.
Ieri, dopo la lezione, sono andato a mangiare un gelato vicino a San Pietro. Il cielo era bellissimo: erano gia` le 17,30 ma c’era ancora abbastanza luce anche se il sole non c’era piu`. I colori del cielo tingevano il Tevere e gli uccelli si riposavano sul fiume.
Non ho piu` comprato il gelato e sono rimasto sul ponte a guardare il panorama fino alla fine del tramonto.
Poi sono tornato a casa e ho preparato la lezione del giorno dopo. Il tema della lezione era “I colori del tramonto”
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