Recently, I’ve won an opportunity to go abroad to England. This is really my dream and the culture is very different. I love travelling to countries where things around me are changed. Today I’m really happy for being here with my friends. I changed my life and I’m studying in a school. I have good friendships that I trust with all my heart. I had some difficulties to adapt myself but this is cool.
Liliana Barbosa, 11thF
I would like to study abroad, perhaps in Wales or England. In my first day I would plan to visit some monuments. I would love going to one of these countries by (air)plane. I would have to find a job to pay my studies. The language would not be a problem because I like it. To make friends I would be nice to all the students. I would read all the books needed for my English class.
Pedro Martins, 11thF
Mexico is my favorite country to live and to learn Spanish. Its history is one of the most beautiful in the world. If I lived there , I would like to work in airplanes. To have this job, I would have to work very hard. I would have to attend a school, one specialized in aeronautics. My life would have to be organized in detail every day. Books would always have to be with me, even at work.
Diana Gonçalves, 11thF
When I finish school I will go to a different country because in Portugal there aren´t many opportunities to get a job and Rome it’s a good possibility and the capital of Italy, where I can get a good job and make money. I choose Rome because its history is different from any other country. Rome is not only a place to find a job, but it is also where we can travel to with our friends.
Duarte Pinto, 11thF
In English speaking countries, I will have problems with the language. Besides, I will have problems with the cultural habits of people. Since I was a child I have the dream of travelling.
However, I don’t have a lot of opportunities to do that. I would to make a trip with the people I love. I would go to many parties with my friends in clubs. I prefer parties to stay in school because it is funnier.
Érica Amorim, 11thF