d – but I loved her to death.

Ah, I was no good at it. I tried it for one semester, but we had Mrs Zaea (I think that was her name, with the green contact lenses) and she didn’t like fooling around in her class. I figured spanish was easier (and that I could fool around in class) so I ended up doing Spanish ’til I graduated. I hardly remember any of it, but I’ve noticed that I can understand some Italians when they talk (probably ’cause they talk more slowly). Dr San Pedro one of the toughest teachers I ever had – but I loved her to death. “

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