Sujin, I love the title of your podcast. What a wonderful metaphor for your brothers. I really appreciated actually hearing you read your words here too. You did such a nice job with emphasis and pacing and so the words came to life, and I was more present in your story.
Sujin, I love how you care for your family. I think it was very great to listen to you telling us the story. I wish I was like that to my sister. Thank you for showing me how I can be nice to my sister. And how she can be nice to me.
Sujin, I like your poem, because I have one brother and I hate him a lot but when he care me I like my brother…. I like yours!!!!!!!!
I like how you wrote the poetry about your brothers. I know it would’ve been a hard time when you first found out about their existence. You made me keep listening to your story. I would love to hear more!
Hi, Sujin I like how you use story to tell your feelings about your brother.
I have a sister, and I also first thought having a sister was TERRIBLE. However, now when I think about my life without my sister, it will be unbelievably miserable. I also love the metaphor of the ‘two great architects’.
I really liked how you showed how much you care about your brothers, and how they changed your life. I don’t have a younger brother, but I have an older brother. This video made me hope my brother also cares about me as much as you care about your brothers. I enjoyed listening to this, and hearing about part of your life.
I understand how you feel for your brother. I also have a younger brother and I agree to all the feelings you feel about him. I like the metaphor of the two great artists; it is really creative.
Sun, thank you for sharing your podcast!
As a first child of the family, i can really connect to you.I really love your description which help me as a reader to understand and image in my mind.
I really like how you explained your feelings for your brother in your podcast and how the feelings changed. I can relate to you because I also wanted a little sister but got a brother instead. Listening to your podcast also made me realize that nothing would be the same without my brother. Good job!
Sujin, your story of the birth of two brothers is really interesting and hooks the listeners’ attention. I could connect to your podcast because I have a sister. Great job overall.
Sujin, I think your title worked very well with your story.
It really hooked the listener in!
When I get into your grade (I am in 4th grade), I wish I can make a podcast like yours!
It was great!
From Dorothy (Dohwee Kim) 4A
Your podcast was great! I know how you felt about your brother because I also have an annoying dog and she always makes my things into chewed up stuff!
I really liked your podcast.
From, Bella 4A
I really liked how you copied how your mum actually talked in real life. The story of how your brothers were born is also really interesting. You described your feelings really well when you found out that the baby was a boy not a girl. Good job! 🙂
This podcast really made me think about the past. When I got annoyed by me older brothers.
I agree that brothers are annoying, because I also has a brother. I also hated him very much but now without my brother, I feel kind of lonely. There were a lot of part that I agree with you. For example, when my brother was born I had to give him everything. I really liked your podcast and good job!
I like your interesting topic it hook the audience . Also in your story you explain what’s your feeling when you have another little brother. Overall good story!
This really made me understand why my sister hated me when we were younger. Me and my sister used to hate each other but now my sister is really special to me. I also really liked your title
Sujin, I can totally relate to your experience! I’m the oldest of four and your story about your brothers reminds me of my two younger sisters and younger brother. Even if I did get annoyed with them when we were younger, they’ve made me a better person and taught me to look out for others besides worrying about myself.
“They are the architects of my life” – what a beautiful metaphor to express your relationship with your brothers!
“…had all become the baby’s. He stole my everything.” The picture you paint is so vivid and easily relatable. The beginning of this piece is perfectly crafted as a contrast to your transition and conclusion. Isn’t it interesting that the things we sometimes fear and worry about, become our saving grace. You ARE a great sister. But you are also an amazing writer and you have many more stories to tell.
Thank you Sujin,
I like how you talked about how you felt at first about having your brother, how you hated him, then it changed and now you thank them. I think that’s cool
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