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1. The speaker had a lot of arguments and fights with her/his classmates.
2. The speaker thought that she/he was going to be a student forever.
3. The speaker learned very important social skills in high school.
4. The speaker found school to be a hiding place in times of trouble.
5. The speaker thought of her/his class in high school as a family.
6. The speaker showed little interest in her/his studies in high school.
7. The speaker enjoyed studying with her/his classmates.
Speaker A. I really loved my high school but it was a time when I was having a lot of arguments and fights at home. So school was the place where I went to escape from all my problems and I really worked hard. I stayed at school long hours. I didn’t want to go home. And I loved my teachers and a lot of us are still friends. So, yeah, high school was great.
Speaker В. High school was quite a good experience for me really. My high school wasn’t a fantastic school, just an ordinary one. But I had lots of fun, made lots of good friends, learned how to communicate and how to avoid conflicts. Yeah, I think I came out of it able to deal with life problems.
Speaker С. High school for me was, well, quite dull although they call it formative years. I enjoyed my senior year because I didn’t go to high school as often as I did before my senior year. Overall, I didn’t do much and didn’t learn much either. So my high school was a little difficult and a little strange.
Speaker D. OK, I think I loved my high school. That was the best part of my whole school life because I had my best friends there and a bunch of good teachers, a lot of hard work and studies, happy and sad moments. And it was fantastic. Also we had our final exams in high school. It was really tough, but I had great friends in my class so we did a lot of joint studying and were really successful.
Speaker E. I loved high school. I absolutely loved it. I can’t even describe it. I grew up in a town of 1,000 people and so my whole graduating class was 35 people who I had known since my childhood and we were all very, very close, like, maybe, brothers or
sisters. And still my best friends are two people from my high school. The years spent at high school were the happiest.
Speaker F. I have to admit, I loved high school. I thought high school was the best. It’s a really good time, you know. You play sports, you’re in clubs, you hang out with your friends, but what I remember most about high school though, is that I thought it would never end. I mean at that point, you’ve been in school your entire life and I remember thinking, ‘You know what, I’m always going to be a student. They’re never going to let me out of school.’ But eventually they did.
A−4: So school was the place where I went to escape from all my problems and I really worked hard.
B−3: learned how to communicate and how to avoid conflicts. Yeah, I think I came out of it able to deal with life problems.
C−6: I didn’t do much and didn’t learn much either.
D−7: I had great friends in my class so we did a lot of joint studying and were really successful.
E−5: we were all very, very close, like, maybe, brothers or sisters.
F−2: is that I thought it would never end.