Five years ago my classmates and I finished secondary school and went our different ways. On the last day, we promised to meet again exactly five years later and see how everyone is doing. This week we k that promise. So what’s become of my class?
Matthew’s a musician. No surprises there – that’s what he’s always wanted to do. Back at school, he c focused on his music and his only dream was to become a concert pianist. He finished music college a year ago and right now he’s preparing for a series of concerts in the USA．
I remember Krishni as a h student who was always very busy with her subjects. She got good marks and set herself clear goals. She’s going to be a dentist in six months’ time—she’s just finishing her degree. I’m going to see her and ask her to check my t !
Dean has always liked football more than studying. Some teachers made comments such as ‘Kicking a ball round is not a career, young man.’ Well, guess what? He is r a local football club for children now. He’s also a great coach, the kids love him and he’s making quite a lot of money!
Rachel says she’s s thinking about what she wants to do in life. She travels a lot. She’s already been to India, Iran, South Africa, Iceland and about a million other places. She’s had several jobs. She’s the one who’s really having a wonderful life.
And what about me? I’m studying to be a r . I’ve just applied for a job with one of the national newspapers; until I hear from them, I’m now writing for The Campus Courie.
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