My Favourite Subject at School
I must say that I study at an ordinary secondary school in a small town in Vitebsk region. It's common knowledge that we study many different subjects at school. Well, I can't say that I like all of them or that I'm really good at all of them. In fact it's much more pleasant for me to speak about the subjects I like best. My favourite subjects are humanities, English in particular. I began to study English on a regular school basis when I was in 4-th form. It was exciting and easy to learn English at that time by playing games and singing songs. The first lesson, first month passed. Our optimism and courage disappeared and a real job began. An English proverb says: ' There is no royal road to learning ' and that's true. No doubt it's necessary to work hard every day to master English. Any language is like music. It's requires every day training. As we grew older our English lessons became more instructive and serious. Much attantion was paid to grammar, writing all kinds of tests, speaking and listening. Frankly speaking, getting ready for the English lessons takes a lot of time because only working hard you can make progress in foreign language. And I quite agree with the English proverb: ' No cross, no crown '. No doubt much depends on a teacher. I can't help telling you about our teacher of English who devoted all her energy and talent to making us speak good English. She is tolerant with us, pupils. Her lessons are always catching and instructive. She often brings pictures, book and magazines making our English lessons very interesting. It goes without saying that there is mutal understanding between our teacher and most of the pupils. I'm very grateful to our English teacher for making us learn English both in class and at home. She did her best to convince us that learning foreign languages is a strong requirement of modern life. She says that every educated person should speak at...
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