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When Formalities Are Forgotten. [A Student/Teacher Love Story]

When Formalities Are Forgotten. [A Student/Teacher Love Story]

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17 year old British girl Jasmine has just started her senior year of high school in America, and on her first day back from summer break she realises that her old English Lit teacher has been replaced with someone new. Someone much younger and handsome. She is adamant that she won't fall for him like many of the other girls in her class, but what she finds herself feeling is different from their petty crushes. Things change, though, when she overhears a phone call. How do they end up so tangled up in eachothers personal lives? Is Mr. Hinchcliffe really all that he seems to be?

There is no such thing as a British accent, Britain is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and not only does each country have it's own accent but every single town in each country has it's own accent too so
DeckDeHalls3 DeckDeHalls3 Apr 24, 2016
I get from the third week of June to the first Monday od September
DeckDeHalls3 DeckDeHalls3 Apr 24, 2016
But it feels like six months and then when you have to go back you're like already?
People say I have a really heavy Spanish accent, but I don't really notice it because I have had it forever?
cutypop37 cutypop37 Nov 05, 2016
Ahaha I don't see anything special about my accent, and I'm British 😂
Everyone is like England this and England that, and I'm here thinking: 'did she just quote The Vampire Academy?'