My friend's name is Peter. He and I are doctors now, but eleven years ago we were students at a Medical college in Moscow.
We lived a long way from the college, but we liked to walk there in fine weather.
Our classes usually lasted till four o'clock in the afternoon, and then we worked hard at home. We sometimes stayed after classes to play volley-ball, but on weekdays we were usually at home by 9 o'clock. We received a lot of medical journals and often discussed interesting articles in them.
In his third year Peter decided to be a children's doctor, and now he works at a children's hospital in Kiev. He loves his work and often writes to me about it.
“Whose name's Peter?” “My friend's.”“What does he do?” “He's a doctor.”“Was he a doctor eleven years ago?” “No, he was a student then.”“When did he decide to be a children's doctor?” “In his third year at the Medical college.”“Does he like his work?” “Yes, he loves it.”