Foreign Exchange Students Come From All Over The World

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Aracely Morales and Rachel Banks

Ines Gentile- Freshman

  1. Where are you from?
  • I’m from Spain
  1. What do you like most about America?
  • The school
  1. What do you miss the most about your country?
  • My friends
  1. Favorite hobbies?
  • Photography and dance
  1. How long have you been in America?
  • Two weeks
  1. Where else have you been?
  • Argentina, England, Ireland, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Germany, New York
  1. Do you miss your family?
  • Yes
  1. What do you miss most about your family?
  • Their advice
  1. Are you in any extracurricular activities?
  • “Spanish Club and FCCLA, but I would like to join more.”
  1. Do you like the school so far?
  • Yes
  1. What do you dislike most about America?
  • The proportions of food (too much)
  1. If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you want to go?
  • Spain, Leόn
  1. Do you have any siblings?
  • A younger sister, 10-years old.
  1. How old are you?
  • 14-years old
  1. Was it easy making friends?
  • More or less
  1. What is your favorite restaurant in Alma?
  • I don’t have a favorite
  1. Did you choose to come to Alma? If so, why?
  • Nope, but I like it
  1. Who do you miss most from your country?
  • My friends and my activities
  1. What are some of the major differences you see in the countries?
  • Meal times, the system of the school, people, food, church, clothes and the relationships. “Here, relationships are real and last longer.”
  1. What are some of the major differences you see in education?
  • The level of the subjects is very low in Spain, and we don’t have any extracurricular classes; it’s all academic.
  1. Where do you plan on going next?
  • Back to Spain