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El fin de semana es el tiempo de semana cuando la gente relaja. Se alive el estres de vida y hace un tiempo de divertir. Mi fin de semana empieza en viernes despues de mi clase de Calculus. Pero, si no vaya a Calculus mi fin de semana empieza en jueves a las dos y media despues de español.
En mi fin de semana celebro mi tiempo con mis amigos. No estaba comdo aquí, así un amigo y yo regresamos a nuestro cuidad. Estoy seguro de pasar mi tiempo aquí, haciendo lo que sea hay de hacer. Mis amigos y yo tratan de planear lo que vamos a hacer, pero si no hay una idea, pasamos tiempo afuero tratando de esconder alguna cosa de hacer. No es raro que bebamos bebidas alcohólicas, pero es una cosa de hacer, sin planes or con planes. La unica cosa que mis amigos y yo necesitamos para celebrar el fin de semana es el uno al otro. No necesitamos planes porque nuestro tiempo es especial a pesar de lo que hagamos.
Si hay fútbol americana generalmente yo lo miro con mis amigos, mi familia o solo. Algunos tiempos voy a los partidos de los "Jets" en su estadio. Trato de hacer un parte de mi tarea, pero si no haga mucho, siempre hay más tiempo. Si regresara a mi casa trabajara. El verano pasado pasé mucho de mi tiempo con mi novia de dos años y media. Ella salío a la universidad de Norte Carolina en Chapel Hill en agosto. Nosotros estamos planeando algunas fines de semana cuando nosotros serámos juntos. Fui a Norte Carolina el fin de semana que pasó. Mis fines de semana con ella fueron los fines mejores que puedo recordar.
Mi fin de semana termina en domingo, despues de los partidos de fútbol, cuando tengo que hacer mi tarea, como ahora. El fin de semana termina sobre a los siete. El fin del fin de semana es triste. Es el fin del tiempo divertido cuando la semana llena de estres y trabajo regresa a las vidas de la gente. Creo que es triste cuando el fin de semana termina, pero solo hay cuatro dias hasta que el proximo fin de semana.
No estoy de acuerdo con Octavio Paz. El no es correcto de decir que solo porque somos ricos como un país, nosotros no tenemos humor ni humor. El no sabe sobre las vidas son de americanas.
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