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You're most welcome I'm in Oman right now. My friend gave me Kason rackets a long time ago and I still have them. They become part of my arm when I play with them. But actually, I can play with any racket. As the saying goes, "A bad craftsman always blames his tools"
I was going to pay inter-school as my sports teacher was very impressed by my ability but I'm not in the school anymore
I' haven't had confidence issues for a long time. When I play, it's just me and the cork and the racket and nothing else. I like to smile at my opponent as it makes them nervous
Oh that's a tight schedule. I hope it goes well. It's holidays here for everyone and well... my schedule is always flexible. Yeah I can play. I beat our school champion in it and I can play for hours without getting tired!
Okay I'll take care of the society. No probs
My Ramadhan is going really well so far. It's the second day of Ramadhan for me here and I'm enjoying it. How have you been?
I haven't applied to any Uni or College yet, as I've been getting all my education and resources at home, so I don't really know the details of entry and all that but I'll soon find out
Yes, I lived in Thailand and only went to Burma for a short trip. There are many Burmese people in my city and they are very nice! I have become quite close with a few of them.
That's a good reason to learn Urdu I can also speak it so clearly along with English no one can guess where I'm from, as most Pashto speakers have a heavy accent. I can strike a conversation in Arabic but that's about it
I also write essays, shortstories, poetry, etc and now working on a novel.
Yup it's the new syllabus I did.
Actually I thoroughly enjoyed those two years of school. They have given me nostalgic memories, cherishable friends and loads more than I can say here. However, I wish to finish A levels in a year so I'll do it here with my parents, who have always been my teachers for everything.
Going to UK and getting used to the environment is fine but that doesn't mean one should change negatively as many do change their values, I must say. As for me, I'll just go with the flow, yet remaining what I already am.
So I see you love badminton...what other sports do you fancy?
Thanks, they're not really all that
Sorry Saudia was on my mind because of someone so I wrote it. I do know about Burma. Good thing it's always out of news and headlines or it would have been for bad reasons.
I also sat for the Edexcel IGCSE exams.
Not sure about my career either but I do know is it's not going to be related to arithmetic so that's why I'm dropping math in A levels. I'm not exactly a genius in mathematics and detest doing it but I managed well Alhamdulillah. Paper 2 was easier as I'm very good at geometry
My writing is always praised and appreciated by all I know and don't so I won't leave English. I'll also be doing media studies, Biology, and psychology, perhaps also chemistry for A levels at home because of my circumstances but I'm used to such odd routines. I also aim for Oxbridge in the UK for a degree. I was actually homeschooled until we decided that I should join school in class 9 so it's been quite an experience for me
Are you learning Urdu as a subject or from friends or other sources?
Yes, I'm a Muslim too and I'm from Afghanistan. Are you originally from Saudia or are you an expatriate there? I took Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Human Biology,(just because it's easy. I highly doubt I'll have a medical profession) Urdu and English. You?
haha! My mother tongue is such that I can pronounce anything!
Anyway, see you around. It was nice meeting you too
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