Elementary School in Corrode, Georgia. She moved to Corrode from Tampa, Florida with her family. Her parent’s names are Margarita and Hullo. She has two brothers named Marco and Anthony. She has a sister named Angelina. She did not migrate to the United States. She was born in Tampa Florida. She is a quiet student. The primary language spoken In the home Is Spanish. She Is modest, observant, intelligent, encouraging, confident, and patient Her parents speak very little English. The children sometimes translate things that they do not understand.
The father often uses hand gestures when talking so that others can understand him. He and Margarita are now taking classes to improve their English skills. Catalina does have any special needs. She has trouble pronouncing some words and enunciating the She Is on her current grade level making exceptional grades. She works well with other students, but the students sometimes have to ask her to repeat herself. Use this website to do paper towpath. Alliance. Brown. Du/pubs/NCR/ dells_implications. PDF. And light grey. It also has some gold writing on the lower right of the home page.
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