Monday, June 01, 2009

My Small Town

Soba is a small town in my country, Sudan. It is 15 kilometers from Khartoum, the capital of Sudan. The Nile River flows through Soba. That makes the town green and beautiful. Most of the pople in Soba works as farmers or fishermen. The Nile is very important in their lives. A small market in Soba sells food to the people who cannot go to the market in the capital.
In Soba, a small hospital and a pharmacy gives medicine to the people without money. About 50 percent of the people in Soba work in the hospital. The youth club in Soba gives the youth a place to meet every night except Friday.
Friday is a holy day in Soba, so the people go to the mosque, and they say their prayers. The people in Soba love their town. They are very happy because Soba is crowded with beautiful things.

(Taken from Basic Writing)

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