|Sometimes, my teacher gives us homework.
|I don’t mind doing my homework except when the weather is really nice, and all my friends are outside.
|On those nights, I’d rather be outside with them, so I try to get my homework done quickly.
|Tonight, I have some English homework.
|We have been reading a book.
|We have to read a chapter of the book and answer the questions at the end of the chapter.
|It is an interesting book, so the homework for this is quite easy.
|My math homework is not so easy.
|I have to do some addition and subtraction.
|I don’t mind that, but there are some problems that need to be solved.
|The problems involve addition, subtraction and multiplication.
|I am not too good with numbers.
|I need to work harder on my math.
|I just finished a project for history.
|I had to make a map of Canada with diagrams showing the routes of all the explorers.
|It was an interesting project because I have been to some of the places that the explorers went to.
|I don’t have any science homework.
|At school, we are growing bean plants.
|We go in every day and see how the plants have grown.
|We write down all the changes that occur in the plant every day.
|The only other homework that I have is geography.
|I have a map of Canada, and I have to write the names of all the provinces and their capitals on it.
|It won’t take me long to do that because I know all the provinces.
|When my homework is all done, I will go outside and play ball with my friends until it is time to come in.
|I am a good student.
|I get good marks because I like school.
|My favorite subjects are physical education, English and history.
|Math is my least favorite subject, but I’m trying to improve my marks in that.