Biography of sarmiento

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A BIOGRAPHY OF DOMINGO FAUSTINO SARMIENTO
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento …………….(be) born in the province of San Juan on 15 February, 1811. He could read very well at the age of 4and…………………………………..(become) a teacher in 1826 when he …………………(be) only 15. He ………………………….(join) the army in 1827. In 1831, there were some political problems in his country and he ………………….(decide) to emigrate to Chile where he ………………(meet) María.They………………………(have) a daughter in the same year, and in 1836 he ……………………(come) back to San Juan.
Sarmiento …………………………(found) a very important newspaper called “El Zonda” in 1839. He……………………….(travelled) abroad in 1845, and when he …………..(be) in France, he met San Martín, who was living there at that time. Sarmiento ………………………..(start) to write many famous and important books in 1848, and one year later he……………………..(come) back to argentina.
He …………………….(be) elected president of this country in 1868 and started to put into practice many of his excellent projects. For example, he ………………(create) 800 schools and hiredmany American teachers to work there. Sarmiento also ………………………………..(believe) in progress. He …………………………….(buy) many trains and set up a telegraph system for the country. He ………………………….(create) theBuenos Aires Zoo and the Botanical Gardens. Today, we value his hard work and acknowledge him as “The teacher of Latin America”.

A BIOGRAPHY OF DOMINGO FAUSTINO SARMIENTO
Domingo FaustinoSarmiento …………….(be) born in the province of San Juan on 15 February, 1811. He could read very well at the age of 4 and…………………………………..(become) a teacher in 1826 when he …………………(be) only 15. He………………………….(join) the army in 1827. In 1831, there were some political problems in his country and he ………………….(decide) to emigrate to Chile where he ………………(meet) María. They………………………(have) a daughter in the same year, and in 1836he ……………………(come) back to San Juan.
Sarmiento …………………………(found) a very important newspaper called “El Zonda” in 1839. He...
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