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My Autobiographay.

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MY AUTOBIOGRAPHAY BY MOHAMED FARHAT Hi my name is Mohamed Farhat. I was born on a warm, sunny day in October in London. I still live in London, and I go to school at St Georges. I live with my mum my brother, Ali(twelve years of age) and my Sister Marwa(four years of age). When I was born, my Mother was eighteen years of age. Ali and marwa are sweet kids and they would do anything for me, but like all brothers and sisters we fight like cats and dogs. Sometimes when no one is around, Marwa will come up to me and bite my toes for no reason. I still love her but only because she is my sister. My father is a nice, kind, and supportive man who wants us to get far in life. He's a mechanic, and he loves his job very much. He trys to convince me to grow up and be a mechanic I told him that I'll think about it. He always tells us that I want you all to go all the way and finish school. ...read more.

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Life to me means friends and family who you can trust and who trusts you. I am pretty much on the happy side of life, but like all teens I do I have my days of. That means I do have some sad days or depressed days. I have a few freinds here that sort of look out for me and when I am having a bad day, I have someone here at school to talk to. I make my school days go by thinking of either the next hour or what I will do when I get home or on the weekend. Here God have gave me a nice life with four gifts not being disabled, being able to go to school and get educated, having nice parents, sisters and brothers and having friends. When I received my first SATS test in year six with good marks I thought that was another gift from God. Sometimes I ask God about why are some students so far behind than other students. I know that through God all things are possible. ...read more.

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You might think thats boring but travelling around London isn't a bad thing. Throughout my years in primary school I was one of the best footballers in the school my teacher would tell me you can grow up and be a very talented player. When I hear that I would get so happy and go tell my friends what the teacher has told me. When I grow up one of my dreams is to be a professional footballer but I have to wait and see my destiny. My father always tells me you going to be a footballer but he says that to get me happy. As I said in the beginning, I was born here in London and I've lived here my whole life. I would like to see more of Europe when I grow up. I hope you have enjoyed reading my life story as much as I have enjoyed writing it for you. Teachers tell me try to get as much as you can out of school you're only there for twelve and when you graduate, you're home free. If you think about it, it can be done. ...read more.

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