My favorite subject in school is History.
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My favorite subject in school is math, everydays, I’m always learning new technique and new ways to mastered a math skill and everytime when I mastered a new one…I continued on.
My favorite subject in school is History
Favorite School Subject: My favorite subject in school would have to be any of the subjects because they can all be fun. It all depends on what we learn and the mood I am in for the class. LOL.
My favorite subject in school is History. History is my favorite subject because to me learning about the history of the world and learning why wars were started and the sorts of mistakes humans have made in the past to me it is all so very interesting. Plus we need history because we look at history to see what sort of mistakes we have made in the past, learn from these mistakes, and try to not make the same mistakes in the future. Also , I like study biograhy, art, music,physical education and so on..I live in New York City with my mother, father, and twelve-year-old sister, and I'm a senior in high school. My favorite subjects in school are English andHistory, and in my spare time I enjoy drawing. I also volunteer for the New York City "Youthline," a 24-hour anonymous telephone help hotline for young people.I learned to speak English in the 4th grade. I'm from Hong Kong, so my native language is Chinese...but I also speak French! My favorite subject in school is Math but since 2nd grade, my passion has always“My favorite subject in school would have to be literature. Generally, literature classes give people more insight into many different pieces of texts. Usually, intricate analyses interest me, so I like to learn more. It’s the thought-pricking aspect of it that attracts me.”
Dunwoody High School“My favorite subject in school is most certainly English. I enjoy gaining new ways to use the language for conveying a message. Additionally, I like to examine the quirks in everyday grammar. English allows me to do this analysis and dive further into the ways people talk. The more I learn, the more I can examine.” Sam Wimpfheimer, The Galloway SchoolDB: My favorite teacher was Mrs. Sarakoff. I think I was six years old. It was at P.S. 230. My favorite subject in school was always math.