You’re My Person (Mongolia)

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Literature is so beautiful, it is a form of art, Its Latin root literature / litteratura (derived itself from litteraletter or handwriting) was used to refer to all written accounts. Literature can be classified according to whether it is fiction or non-fiction, and whether it is poetry or prose.

Talking about the last two mentioned, there are millions of poems and today we will have just a look to one of them, called You’re My Person from Mongolia:

«I believe that everyone needs that one person.
Someone who is there ready to anchor them, just in case they drift dangerously close to the edge.
You are my person, the one who stirs me. The one who, despite seeing me a little bit broken, never falters and always stays.
It was no coincidence that we found one another. Synchronicity and serendipity were comrades on our side.
It was the most natural of connections, you and I. Pulled together by a powerful magnetizing force that somehow must have just known.
Instantaneously, I fell insanely hard for you—and although I’m an enigma-complicated person and a tangled mess, you easily unraveled me and fell hard and fast for me too.»


  • Anchor: Attach, fasten.
  • Stir: Blend, shake, mix, beat.
  • Falter: To hesitate, be unsure, or fail in action, intent.
  • Serendipity: Ability for making desirable discoveries by accident.


Read the complete poem and practice pronunciation, intonation and fluency.


  • Which other poems do you know? 

Session 4

Welcome to this activity created by Team Leader Mr. Diego Pineda from Coapa Branch. Take note of all the pink words, read the text, watch the video and answer the question in the comment section below.

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