1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

27 May 2011

Reading Report(2B Tsang Ling Ling)

Title: Sherlock Homes
Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Student name: 2B Tsang Ling Ling

This book is about Sherlock Homes. Sherlock Homes is a detective. He is clever and good at solving problems. He is concentrated on his works and cases. He used his brain correctly and easily solved the crimes.

This book has four stories about Sherlock Homes’ cases. In the stories, they have shown how smart Sherlock Homes was. The most interesting story is about three students. I thought it is easy for us to understand because the problems presented in the story is familiar to all of us – Examination.

Mr. Wilson Soames is a teacher in a university. The exam papers had been copied by someone. It was because someone wanted to get a scholarship, it is a large amount of money. Sherlock Homes knew that someone was cheating, but the exam day was coming. Homes had to find the solution quickly. He asked the students who lived in the university. Homes thought and asked. Finally, he found who copied the exam papers. He was a student – Gildnst, who studied in the university. Everyone thought he was a rich and good student. But his father lost all his money and Gilchrist did that because he was poor. Banister thought Gilchrist’s father was a good man, so he wanted to help Gilchrist.

I thought that Gilchrist was a good boy in nature but he only wanted to relieve his father’s pressure. This story inspired me a lot and I know that I need to treasure the things I have. It is because there are many people or students who need help and don’t have many things as I have. At last, I thought that Sherlock Homes was really clever and had good thinking skills.

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