Foreign Exchange Students Come From All Over The World

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Aracely Morales and Rachel Banks

Enrique Torres – Freshman

  1. Where are you from?
  • I am from Spain
  1. What do you like most about America?
  • The food
  1. What do you miss the most about your country?
  • My family
  1. Favorite Hobbies? Why?
  • Soccer, tennis, football. “I love sports, and I practice every day.”
  1. How long have you been in America?
  • Three weeks
  1. Where else have you been?
  • I’ve been to New York, France, Italy, England and Spain
  1. Do you miss your family?
  • “Yeah, a little bit.”
  1. What do you miss most about your family?
  • Being outside for dinner and playing with my father
  1. Are you in any extracurricular activities?
  • Yeah, football
  1. Do you like the school so far?
  • Yeah
  1. What do you dislike most about America?
  • Nothing
  1. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you want to go?
  • To the United States
  1. Do you have any siblings?
  • Two younger sisters, 12- and 9- years old
  1. How old are you?
  • 14-years old
  1. Was it easy making friends?
  • “Yeah. My host sister is at the school, and she introduced me to some of her friends. Football also helped with making friends.”
  1. What is your favorite restaurant in Alma?
  • Subway
  1. Did you choose to come to Alma? If so, why?
  • No; the school chose for me
  1. Who do you miss most from your country?
  • My friends, family, sisters and parents
  1. What are some of the major differences you see in the countries?
  • Everything: cars, food, people
  1. What are some of the major differences you see in education?
  • In Spain, “The students stay in one classroom, and the teachers have to move around. It’s more modern than here in America.”
  1. Where do you plan on going next?
  • I don’t know yet