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Introduction To The 14 Types Of Movie Characters kwa Eric Edson [Screenwriting Masterclass] via FilmCourage.com.
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The siku A Film Professor Told Me I'd Never Make A Movie kwa Brian Jun via link zaidi video interviews at link
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I'm in college now, and when I was in high school, I've heard a lot of people say that junior mwaka was the hardest, and senior mwaka was the easiest, but for me, it was the opposite. Junior mwaka was nice and smooth, while senior mwaka was a disaster.

Here are the reasons why:

1. I was class favorite.
2. Lots of joy.
3. I was zaidi into my work.
4. I enjoyed all my classes, and I loved all my teachers.
5. French class.
6. Physics.
7. Not much of bullying. I was zaidi with my nice friends.
8. zaidi positive attitude, especially towards school and work.
9. Many of my wishes came true.
10. Animesh.
11. Cozette.
12. Better grades, especially A's.
13. Speech class.
14. zaidi time to do personal work.
15. Nick's bison joke.
16. Slow and steady year.
17. The mwaka felt long.

So junior mwaka was fun for me. It was my best mwaka and everyone else's worst year.
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It all started that day. I was then in third grade, and I got on my computer, unaware. Then I came across a game of some language that I couldn’t understand then. But when I read the link to the game, I realized that it was a Korean game, so I looked up the Korean alphabet.
But all of a sudden, Dad burst into my room and asked me, “Can wewe learn Japanese?”
So I looked up the Japanese language, and the first thing I searched was the alphabet. The first thing I saw was that Japanese had different sets of alphabets, but I didn’t know their names yet. I just skimmed the alphabets.
But one...
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It's the mwaka that many people are excited for, but for me, it wasn't. Rather, I didn't enjoy it much, because many things didn't go the way I wanted then.
So here's how it all started.
The week before the first day, we went to my school to get my schedule. I was thinking of being in all regular classes, unlike the earlier years. Then we had to go for my shots, and it hurt, unlike other years. And then came the first day. I got my schedule, and it had all AP classes, so I asked my counselors to change my schedule.
When I got my schedule changed, I got moved from A lunch to C lunch. A lunch was...
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I'm a senior now and I've had an abysmal mwaka so far. But the good thing is that it's almost ending, and I'm so excited about it.

Here are the things that have been aggravating my senior year:

1. Too much pressure, and no time for personal stuff. (The older we get, the zaidi work we have to do.)
2. It goes too fast. (The first siku of senior mwaka feels like far far away.)
3. Lot of bullies. (High school students are not supposed to bully.)
4. My bus driver, Ms. Michelle, is horrible. I have to wake up at 7:15, go on a very long route, and get to school very late.
5. Lot of kids are making annoying...
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