"ΟΙ ΡΙΖΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΕΚΠΑΙΔΕΥΣΗΣ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΠΙΚΡΕΣ ,ΑΛΛΑ Ο ΚΑΡΠΟΣ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΓΛΥΚΟΣ
"The roots of Education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet".
Describe my town- a guest blog post entry by Nick Vitzilaios- Senior A` Class
In my village, there is a big church in the square. There's a carpenter's , but there isn't a bank and a post office. There are two wine breweries, but, there isnt'a museum or a library. There are two car garages and in our square we do festivities.The supermarket and the bookshop are in the next village.We've got a ceramics shop nearby and we've got a lot of flowers in the fields,so,we don't need a florist's.
Hello! How are you? Sorry that I haven't written to you for so long , but, I was on holidays to Miami. Now, I'm back home. Yesterday I watched a great film and I really thought you'd might like to see it!
The film is called "In a mess" and it is set in Greece, in a poor neighbourhood. Most scenes take place in a traditional grocery and the main characters are Pantelis (known as George Pantelidis)- the shop owner and Zikos (known as Kostas Hatzihrstos)- the shop assistant.
In it, Pantelis falls in love with Litsa, the daughter of a bus inspector . with whom he dearly wants to marry; unfortunately, she wants to marry an electricity employee, Babis. Her father decides to marry Litsa with Pantelis, because he's richer than their family. But, Litsa says " No!" What will happen next? Well, you have to see it!
What I liked about it, was the keen sense of humour and the actors' deadly cues, particularly Hatzihrstos' ones! I think you&…