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Hamda is a grade 9 student in the 2016 school year. Learning English has been the hardest challenge for Hamda so far. By reading books, learning new vocabulary, and practicing speaking, Hamda has been able to improve her English. She is a Proctor at school, which she enjoys because she gets to help her peers and be a leader to them. In the future, Hamda hopes to use her education to help better her country by giving back to her school and sharing her knowledge with the students.

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2017 Grade 10


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Hello Hamda.
I hope you fine and me also I am fine. my name is Babeli I am study miyomboni secondary school I came from mshindo.my father name is severin, I want to ask question tell why are you study and why are you study break time.
Dear friend wishing you a wonderfull weekend filled with sun shine success and joy .
nice day
Hello Hamda,
I am a Spanish teacher in the United States. Learning another language is difficult and takes a lot of time, practice, and patience. Feel ecouaraged that every hour you study makes a difference. Your future is bright! Wishing you all the best, Samantha

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