Dear Host Family

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Dear host family,
First of all, I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my letter. I’m really excited about the idea of spending a year in the US, and getting to know more than just articles about the Americans lifestyle by living with you as a member of your family. By this letter, I’ll try as much as possible to describe my family, my friends, my life, and of course myself in a way that you’ll get closer to my life. My name is Imane Kassab; I’m a 16 years old girl and I live in Meknes, one of the biggest cities in Morocco. I’m attending the 11th grade in Reference high school. It’s 20 minutes away from where I live, so I take a bus or a taxi. My school is very spacious and clean. Plus, the students and the teachers there are really polite, friendly, and respectful. My favorite subjects are sport, art, music, religion, French, English, math and of course Science. Coming to my family’s background, there is 4 members including me. My father, Driss (43) is an engineer in Lafarge, a cement factory, and now, he’s working overseas with the same company. My mom, Kettou (43) is a teacher in the same secondary school where my sister, Meryem (14), study in. We are a balanced family. The relationship with my parents is deep and precious, because I love them above all and they love me above everything. Same with my sister. We get along very well. All my family lives together in a house with a big garden. There is a swimming pool and a basket field nears us, so all the neighbors gather there and play together.In my spare time I do like read novels in French, Arabic, and also in English. Besides that, I like going to the gym swimming and doing exercises. I really can relax there. It’s very considerable for me to have the chance to live a year in the U.S. Because I think that going to the USA is exiting. The culture, the lifestyle, the landscapes, the people, the high school, just everything! I have seen so many in movies, reports, newspapers and magazines, and...
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