"Tatsulok" (Filipino word literally translated to Triangle; paraphrased as Pyramid) is a Filipino folk song originally composed by Rom Dongeto in 1989 and performed in 1991 by his trio folk-rock band, called "Buklod", which includes Noel Cabangon and Rene Boncocan. The song explains to a young man that there's an ongoing war and that the war is just the effect of a bigger problem. It tells the young man to take action and topple a pyramid upside-down to end a never-ending war between the rich and the poor.
1. the teacher will confiscate your cellphone and will bring it back jn the end of the school year.
2. if your having a test, and your using a phone, the teacher will think that your cheating or the teacher will think that your busy at your cellphone and your test will be blank.
3. if you bring a phone and somebody calls at your phone an your having a lesson and if the phone rings, everyone in the room eill concentrate at the noise that your phone is making. and your teacher will probably take your phone and send you a page slip.
4. if you are using your phone in the class while taking a lesson. an if the teacher asks you what is the lesson about and you don't know the lesson! for sure youre cellphone will be confiscated plus your patent's will be called by the teacher or even by the principal plus you will be grounded for the use of cellphone by your parents and maybe your phone can confiscate by your parents or may not bring your cellphone back!
Explanation:Because play basketball cutting class