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My weekend
I think that the weekend is best part of the week.
I could even say, that i love weekends. I can rest a lot and also
sleep long in the mornings. Also then i don´t have to go to the
school, which is also good.
Usually my weekend goes like this :
On Friday, about 2 oćlock I always go to home. This is the time
when the bus will leave to Hiiumaa . At 5 o´ clock I´m at home. After
that I eat and talk a little with my parents and sister . I think that
about at 8 o´clock I hang outside with my friends . We are usually
just walking and talking about our weekends. Sometimes, later at that night , we go to some party . There are many people and usually we are
talking, dancing and laughing. About at 03.00 I´m always at home
It´s Saturday morning , or should I say afternoon. Usually I wake
around 12.00 . Then I will eat `` breakfast `` and watch TV. At
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