mardi 15 novembre 2016

                                                       My opinion about music ; 

Hello again , today i'll talk with you about my passion for music . So , i grew up listening to different kinds of music as french rap, hip hop, R&B and many others kind . But the one that i prefer the most is french rap . I actually used to like it in my middle school years, before I had any interest in music . I think it's more a form of poetry than a genre of music . Some people think that rap is offensive to women but there are also some differents artists who express their feelings in different way . Not all the rappers talk about the same subject, use the same language or look at the things in the same way . I actually appreciate some rap songs not for the music or artistic part of them , but for the lyrics and the overall mood. I used to like PNL songs wich are a french rap music from a french rapper . The themes that this duo (PNL) adresses are often the solidarity of the family as well as the spirit of the group, like the music "QLF" wich is an abreviation of " que la famille " that means in english "only family " . I used to play the flute in my eleven years old but now I don't play any instrument i just prefer feel deep while i'm listning to music .

mercredi 28 septembre 2016

My name is Yahya Benchekroun a rising student at Detroit school . I consider myself a product of three cultures: Arab/Muslim from my upbringing in Morocco was and especially raised in the beautiful city of Tangier, French from my studies at a French school in Morocco, and European because I was born in Madrid and because of my frequent visit to Spain, a thirty minute ferry ride from my hometown .In my free time, I almost probably hanging out with friends, listening to music, dancing, singing, watching soccer, arguing about something, or watching a movie.

What I like the most about my country and makes me proud is the miraculous event "the green March". In fact the green march is a peaceful march where Moroccans succed in getting back the Moroccan Sahara from the Spanish occupation. The march started from Terfaya the 6th November and the number of Moroccans who participated was 350000 citizens. The king decided that there will be no weapons in the march and those men and women will carry just the Qoran and the Moroccan flag to confirm that this march was peaceful. After the march penetrated for a distance of 15 km inside the Moroccan Sahara, contacts and negotiations began between the Spanish occupation and the kingdom of Morocco. In the 9 of November the king Hassan 2 announced that the march achieved their desired objectives. The purpose behind telling this story is change young people's thoughts about themselves and to be more confident, and if anyone thinks that he can't achieve his or her dream because it is impossible just remind this story and you'll see that everything is possible . As the famous proverb says "if you want it you can do it"

vendredi 1 avril 2016

  Dear Yahya, 

  I hope that everything is going all right as you were fifteen years old. I'm writing this letter to tell you about some of the things that I would really like to do in that period of time. 
  I recently spent a lot of time thinking about what I was supposed to do when I will be thirty years old.  
  As a huge fan of football I will certainly work in a company that involves sport management or marketing. More over this job will give me a Big opportunity to meet a lot of celebreties such as Maradona or Ronaldinho ... 
  In addition to this I hope that I will be able to move to the city of my dreams Dubaï and make a lot of friends from different countries to enrich my cultural background. 
  Last but not least, I will not forget about my country, I will come back to spend every summer in Morocco and will have a lot of fun with my family. 
  On the personal side, I think that I will be a successfull business man. 
  Now I have to leave because I currently have a lot of other plans to think about. 
   Yours faithfully,

      Yahya Benchekroun.