A young Indian writer is writing an essay in English that will not appear on her school’s English-only writing prompt books.
Asking students to write an essay that is relevant to their learning is considered a waste of time.
However, for those students who can’t afford to buy their own books, a simple online tool allows them to submit a short essay for free, and it will appear on their school’s prompt books, as well as on their own home screens.
The writer, whose name has not been disclosed, said she had spent about 30 minutes researching and writing the essay, which she hopes will make a positive impact on the students.
Her essay is a mixture of a poem, short story, and an essay.
The poem is written by an American poet named Maya Angelou, and the short story is by one of her students.
This is the first essay I have written for the prompt books and the student has written it in a lot of different ways.
I have a lot more time to write it, she told The Associated Press.
The student said she is hopeful the essay will be accepted by the students, who she has not met.
The AP interviewed the student and her friend, who said the student had been struggling to make ends meet as a college student.
“The students are all trying to get by, but I don’t think they know how to get to where they want to be,” the student said.
She said she has been working hard to pay her rent, and was unable to afford to purchase her own books.
“I was going to buy them, but they are expensive,” she said.
“This is the kind of essay that the students are not supposed to write.”
The essay is available for free on the app, where the writer and the students share the essay.
A school official told the AP the students have not had any problems with the app.
A spokesman for the state government said they are “aware of the situation” and are “working with the students.”
The AP reported that a teacher in the district where the school is located told the newspaper that students do not need to buy books, but that they do need to “write the essay and submit it to the school.”
The school district told the Associated Press the student did not write the essay herself and said she could not verify the authenticity of the text.
A local newspaper in Delhi, where a high school in Uttar Pradesh is also located, published an essay by the student that has since been removed.
In the essay the writer said the essays that students have submitted are not about them, it is about the other students.
“There is no need to make a big deal out of this,” she wrote.
The Associated, which first reported on the story, said the school district also provided the writer with a voucher for her essay, but the student is not using it.
The teacher told the paper the essay was “unprofessional and inappropriate” and that she has asked her students to not write any essays with the same content.
“We have always been trying to create a better education for our students,” the teacher said.
The principal of the school said the writing prompt, which includes more than a dozen pictures, is meant for students of all abilities, including those with disabilities.
“As a teacher, I want to create an environment where students feel safe and feel valued.
This has been a tough task,” he said.”
My responsibility is to give students the chance to learn and a chance to get out of the classroom.
This has been a tough task,” he said.