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Elementary Composition (1) October 14, 2008 07124314 JANG YEON JU Giraffe, an animal in imagination to the Oriental people Nowadays we can easily see many giraffes in a zoo and there is much information about them in variety books. Also, the dictionary definition of a giraffe is "A large African animal with a very long neck, long legs, and dark patches on its body." However, until before a Chinese brought the animal to their country, they thought giraffe lives only in their imagination as well
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Unformatted text preview: as they thought the animal as a divinity. After a few centuries, some trader brought the animal to their county! It was big shock because imaginary animal was alive in the real world. In the case, I can learn just imagination can be true. Therefore, if you imagine something impossible, try to make it true....
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