sepak takyaw is actually likened to volleyball...
If you want to write a journal about hobby, just keep on writing and you will get better and better. But first you have to write what is a hobby and what is your hobby, what do you do. Examples:Music, sports , reading , writing etc
write good luck at the end of writing leter
Writing a journal on sports mean - like you have to write about a famous sports person in your own words , describing how remarkable he/she is , sticking a picture of him or her , describing how you can compare yourself with his or her talents , what type of imahe he / she has created and things like that .. The only thing is that you have to completely write al these thing in your own words . You can also modify and write the information you got from the internet .
A manifesto is basically a public declaration of ones views. So, writing a manifesto on any subject (such as sports) simply requires that you have a viewpoint and that you express it. There are no established formats for writing a manifesto, only that you physically write it down and then share it on a public stage (like a talk show, radio show, etc).
When writing a letter to a friend about your favorite sports close your eyes first and pretend your friend is sitting across from you. Then pick up your pen and start writing about each sport and how you are doing in it or what your likes and dislikes are about each sport.
It is desk that you write on
You write a script by writing there name then writing what they say simple
écrire is the verb "to write"It is a regular -re verb and so the present tense conjugation goes like this:j'écris - I am writing ~ I write ~ I do writetu écris - You are writing ~ You write ~ You do writeil/elle écrit - He/she is writing ~ He/she writes ~ He/she does writenous écrivons - We are writing ~ We write ~ We do writevous écrivez - You (plural) are writing ~ You (plural) write ~ You (plural) do writeils/elles écrivent - They are writing ~ They write ~ They do write
Sports medicine physicians can write prescriptions if they have an M.D.
Write is a verb. Writing is the gerund.I write stories. - verbI like writing. - gerund
You are the author -- whatever you want to write is OK. Writing a story about writing is called "nonfiction," and there are a lot of books out there about how authors write.
The past tense is wrote; the future tense is will write.