The interview with my friend, Sara


Cambria Pilger writes, I interviewed my friend, Sara, the other day.

I interviewed my friend, Sara, the other day. I asked her eleven questions. Here they are: Question #1: What is your favorite sport? Answer: Soccer. Question #2: If you could be a guest star on a TV show of movie, what would you want to be in? Answer: I would want to be in Twilight. Question #3: What is your favorite movie? Answer: I can’t decide between Star Trek or Twilight. Question #4: If you could have any animal in the world as a pet, what would you have? Answer: A panda. Question #5: Why would you like to have this pet? Answer: Well, 1 – they are endangered, so I think I might be helping them, 2 – they are so cute and adorable, and 3 – I have just, always been liking them! Question #6: What is your favorite subject in school? Answer: Math and L.A. Question #7: What is your favorite book or book series? Answer: Marked. It is a book series. Question #8: What would you rather do: carpool, ride your bike, or walk to school? Answer: I would rather carpool. Question #9: If you could spend a day with someone famous, who would it be? Answer: Hayden Pantierre. She is an actress and a singer. Question #10: If you had $1,000,000, what would you do with it? Answer: I would take a trip to Hawaii. I would go on a shopping spree, stay in a 5 star hotel, and go to fancy restaurants. By that time, my money would probably almost be gone. Question #11: If you had a chance to GET 1,000,000 dollars, what would you do? Answer: I would win a lottery, and go on Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader. Thank you for reading my interview.


  1. This is a highly biased a…
    This is a highly biased article best for a blog. Not really an article I would see in a newspaper, it doesn’t really discuss world news and it’s not a review… So this would be great for a blog. Keep writing.

  2. I do not see how Jordan A…
    I do not see how Jordan Adolph sees this as biased. This is a wonderful piece of writing that shows your friend’s personality. Keep up the good work and don’t let people get to you just for being creative.

  3. Good interview…
    Good interview, but I would try adding an opening telling us a little bit more about Sara (why you interviewed her, how you know her) as well as a better conclusion than “thank you for reading my interview.” Great effort though!

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