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For me, History is the best!!
Depends on the teacher really.
I've had teachers that make the subject my funnest class and others that make that same subject boring as heck.
However if I had to make a guess it would probably be math. For some reason figuring out equations and working on them isn't a chore for me at all, once I understand the equation it's to easy to figure out the answer. Not only that but when it comes to math I have to memorize very little and it really comes to how good you are at doing various equations.
Also I enjoy science and labs a lot(because what we learn is often fascinating for me and I do enjoy reading up on it) but the huge amount of notes I often take during my class really is boring as can be. Even if I don't need to think much while taking those notes I still get some really painful wrist problems.
Last edited by Onomatopoeia; June 26, 2009 at 04:53 PM.
I would say english and gym,these two are my easiest subjects,tho I need to improve my english pronunciation,but besides that its preety easy and gym,well gym is gym,the easiest subject ever,the problem is that our school has no showers,so after you finish the lesson and you are all sweaty you have to put jeans and other clothes and you walk around wet all day,which sucks.
p.e. and science!
English and History (will elaborating this after work, think i'm already late)
Historical theory? Is that when you don't know exactly what happened so you think of what might have happened, why and how and such? I'm unfamiliar with the term sorry.
Ehm, P.E, biology, and japanese lesson ^^
Maths as long as it's easy xD
Science is good too. I'm taking Bio this year. Too much memorization. -_- I prefer
something like Chemistry and Physics.
Physics and math
Well, my all time favorite is and was math, but also science, and after my year in the US English had become more fun, too...