Friendship Group Dialogue

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Oh, that’s good that will be nice to be able to stay in touch with them.

Male: We also call them every weekend.

Interviewer: Oh, good, excellent. Okay, next.

Female: I have a family of five. We get along pretty well except for the occasional arguments between the sisters. My relatives are back in China because that is where I'm from.

Interviewer: Were you born here or there?

Female: In China. I came here when I was 4 or 5 years old.

Interviewer: Okay, so you have been here most of your life. So, you get along well is what you said? Okay, sounds good. Have any of your siblings participated in the soccer program or any other specialists program?

Female: No, they are all younger than me.

Interviewer: Okay.

Female: We have
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Interviewer: Just one or two?

Male: One.

Interviewer: How would you describe your own friendship group?

Male: I'd say, Matt, me and Sonya probably have the same friendship group, which is all of the academic kids. I've got another friend group, who I know associates in the same interests and like to play games and stuff. I hang out with these guys most of the time, but sometimes I hang out with them as well.

Interviewer: Cool, anyone else? How would you describe your friends?

Male: We all have the same interests. We all do well in school and then go home and play video games together.

Interviewer: Any particular games?

Male: Card games. We don’t really play any other games unless we can play it with our friends.

Interviewer: Anyone else? How would you describe your friendship group?

Male: I prefer to hang out with friends in Hamsey's stage level.

Male 2: Not so smart.

Male: No, I've know most of them since primary school so I've just become better friends with them then I find with the EEL students?

Interviewer: What is that? It's not the air conditioner is it?

Male: No, I think it's that thing you fill up the ball with.

Interviewer: Yeah, right, it must be on some automatic
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