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My best day at school
by Wasilewska Ewa This is a short story about my best day at school. smile It was Friday, November the 13th. That day I had a test, but I hadn’t studied for it. I was very tired. At the school I had two different tests. It was the end of my life. After four lessons I had a chemistry test, and that was the hardest. We went to the class and waited for the teacher. It happened that our teacher was sick, and she didn't go to school. I was very happy because I didn't have to write a test then. Because of my happiness I ran out of class. Accidentally I ran into a boy who was there, and I felt on the floor. He helped me to get up, and told me his name. He was very handsome. He had beautiful blue eyes, … After this we started to date. Now we are going out together.
My first day at school - YouTube
My First Day at school The rain was pounding against my window as I awoke at the 'ungodly' hour of seven thirty. It was bad enough that I had to be there for 9 AM. I felt so secure and warm wrapped up in my winter duvet. It was the best feeling in the world. As I finally dragged myself out of the comfort and security of my bed, I felt the cold as I rushed to get a shower. I didn't really want to go, but something inside me told me I should; it would be for the best. Today wasn't just my first day at school; it was the start of a journey. I arrived early, about eight thirty. I felt as though I was in a jungle, a concrete jungle. The buildings were like the trees and the people were like the wild animals! The jungle seemed to be full of monkeys and other wild animals.
My worst day at school
by Koniecka Agata It was rainy Monday. I was twelve. I hate getting up early in the morning! That day I woke up at 9 o’clock. I ran all the way to the bus stop, when suddenly I fell down at the bus stop! It was really embarrassing. People looked at me, like at an idiot. When I arrived at school (at last), I couldn’t find my classroom. A janitor shouted at me: "what are you doing here in the middle of the hall?!". I was terrified because at that moment my classmates were doing a very difficult exam. So what would I do? When I got to my class I started the test: It was disaster. In P.E lesson we were playing volleyball. It was a nice game provided that you don’t break your finger, something I did. It was worse than ever. My mother arrived at school and together we went to the hospital. I’ll never forget that day.