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This is my Autobiography, this is all about my life, My family, My friends, My best memories and My worst memories. The thing that I like, the things I don't like. My Hobbies, my ambition .

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Autobiography Coursework Introduction This is my Autobiography, this is all about my life, My family, My friends, My best memories and My worst memories. The thing that I like, the things I don't like. My Hobbies, my ambition .The happiest moment of my life, and the sad moments of my life. The Country, which I'm come from, and my culture, and my life in my country. The people I meet in this country, the things I'm surprised about this country people and the culture. My name is Atputha. I'm 14 years old .My hobbies are Reading Books, watching T.V, playing netball, playing video games and playing games with my father. My worst memories are snake and my teacher in srilanka, because when I was 6 I killed a snake with my bike wheel, I'll never forgot this In my life and my teacher, she was really strict with us, one day I haven't done my homework, so she hit me with the ruler 10 times in my hands. My best memories are my last day in srilnaka and my birth day, because I spend one day with my friends, we went to cinema, restaurant, beach, and my birthday, because my dad buy me a bike for my 10th birthday and I went to trip to temple for 1 day. ...read more.

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me to do this, and don't do that, she never let me go out of my own, she always come with me where ever I go. This is my mum .I'm so lucky to have a mum such as like her. My dad, he is one of the important person in my family, he was very good at making jokes and singing songs. He is best friend; I'm always sharing our opinion with each other. He buys me every thing I ask. He always very kind to us, he also care about my future, he make me happy, when I'm sad, he make me happy by tell me lots of jokes and buy me a gifts. He was good in maths so he help me with my homework's. He spend lots of time in work, so he help me with us, without going anywhere, he took us to the restaurant every weekend, and he also a best cooker, he makes us food, whenever my mum get sick .I'm really happy to get a dad like him. My brother, he was younger then me, he was so nice to me, but he was so annoying sometimes, he help me to do my homework's make me food, sometimes when I was hungry. ...read more.

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Here I'm live in Mitcham.I'm study in Ricards Lodge High School in Wimbledon. I'm in year 10, I got lots of friends and I also got a best friend, her name was poovitha, she is my first best friend I got in London, but now she was left from the school, now she was doing six form. She also a one of the person who encourage me with my Exam. I'm really missed her now. I meat her in the tram stops sometimes and I phoned her sometimes. Then I got lots of friends in my class they are Naveetha, Sara, Mandy, Emily, Alisha, Tamina and Laura, they are my friends I got them after poovitha's left this school. I like my tutor and my teachers they are very nice to me and got new teachers in year 10, I hate some of the new teachers in year 10, and I like to have my old teachers again. Now I can speak two languages and I'm trying to learn German, there are lots of changes in my life, but I never for got my country, my friends, my relatives and my neighbours, that short term of my life was the best part of my life. I'm really expected to go back to my country and I want to meet my people. I'm waiting for that day!!!! By Atputha 10S ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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