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  1. #21
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    It has been four years since you returned from your study abroad program in (Spain). You have since graduated from (USC) with a degree in (History). After graduation, you got a job in (Law) in a big city.

    What city do you move to?
    5. Atlanta

    You have dated several guys since you returned from (Spain), but you haven’t forgotten about (Jose). Therefore, you are very excited when your employer, (NAME OF EMPLOYER), decides to send a group of employees to (Spain) for a conference. You are even more excited when your boss tells you that you get to go.

    As you pack your suitcases and get ready to leave on your trip, you tell yourself that you’re excited to be going back to (COUNTRY) and being able to practice (Spanish), not because you’re hoping to see (Jose) again. After all, what are the odds that you’ll run into him again?

    You and a co-worker get seats next to each other on the flight to (Spain). Although your co-worker is friendly, you can’t help comparing her to your roommate from your study abroad program, (Charlotte).

    What is your co-worker’s name? Amelia

    Your plane lands in (Spain) and you can’t help but feel a little smug when you’re the only one in your group who speaks enough (Spanish) to communicate with locals. You help your group find the hotel, where you discover that you and (Amelia) are roommates.

    The next morning you wake up early. By the time the rest of your group, including (COWORKER), wakes up, you are ready to go. Your driver pulls up in the car, and the whole group piles in. Your conference is being held in a large government building, and your group is told that several government officials from (Spain) will be in attendance.

    You and (COWORKER) find seats next to each other in the auditorium where the opening meeting is being held. You see several well-dressed people in front of the stage, talking urgently and shuffling papers, and you assume that these are the government officials.

    The leader of the conference begins the meeting by thanking everyone for showing up, and then announces that the Crown Prince of (Spain) will be making a speech about Human trafficking ). A younger man stands up and walks to the center of the stage. You pretend to be coughing to stifle your gasp, but (Amelia) still looks at you funny. The Crown Prince is (Jose)!

    You barely hear a word he says during his speech because you are so shocked. Sure, you had hoped to see him again on your trip, but not quite like this.

    Eventually the meeting is over and the conference leader says that everyone will split up and attend smaller discussions. You and (Amelia) decide to go to different discussions, and split up. You are walking down the hall toward one of the rooms when you hear your name.

    You turn around, and (PRINCE Jose) is behind you. You don’t really know what to say to a Crown Prince, but before you can embarrass yourself he starts talking. He tells you that he saw you in the audience and wanted to talk to you. You are wary, but he tells you that he is the same guy that you met four years ago. He asks you go out for dinner with him that night, and you agree.

    To be continued…
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  2. #23
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    It has been four years since you returned from your study abroad program in Luxembourg. You have since graduated from Georgetown with a degree in journalism. After graduation, you got a job in television reporting in a big city.

    She makes the move to New York City.

    You have dated several guys since you returned from Luxembourg, but you haven’t forgotten about Pierre. Therefore, you are very excited when your employer, CNN, decides to send a group of employees to Luxembourg for a conference. You are even more excited when your boss tells you that you get to go.

    As you pack your suitcases and get ready to leave on your trip, you tell yourself that you’re excited to be going back to Luxembourg and being able to practice French, not because you’re hoping to see Pierre again. After all, what are the odds that you’ll run into him again?

    You and a co-worker get seats next to each other on the flight to Luxembourg. Although your co-worker is friendly, you can’t help comparing her to your roommate from your study abroad program, Cammie.

    Her co-workers name is Morgan.

    Your plane lands in Luxembourg and you can’t help but feel a little smug when you’re the only one in your group who speaks enough french to communicate with locals. You help your group find the hotel, where you discover that you and Morgan are roommates.

    The next morning you wake up early. By the time the rest of your group, including Morgan, wakes up, you are ready to go. Your driver pulls up in the car, and the whole group piles in. Your conference is being held in a large government building, and your group is told that several government officials from Luxembourg will be in attendance.

    You and Morgan find seats next to each other in the auditorium where the opening meeting is being held. You see several well-dressed people in front of the stage, talking urgently and shuffling papers, and you assume that these are the government officials.

    The leader of the conference begins the meeting by thanking everyone for showing up, and then announces that the Crown Prince of Luxembourg will be making a speech about the media/press. A younger man stands up and walks to the center of the stage. You pretend to be coughing to stifle your gasp, but Morgan still looks at you funny. The Crown Prince is Pierre!

    You barely hear a word he says during his speech because you are so shocked. Sure, you had hoped to see him again on your trip, but not quite like this.

    Eventually the meeting is over and the conference leader says that everyone will split up and attend smaller discussions. You and Morgan decide to go to different discussions, and split up. You are walking down the hall toward one of the rooms when you hear your name.

    You turn around, and Pierre is behind you. You don’t really know what to say to a Crown Prince, but before you can embarrass yourself he starts talking. He tells you that he saw you in the audience and wanted to talk to you. You are wary, but he tells you that he is the same guy that you met four years ago. He asks you go out for dinner with him that night, and you agree.

  3. #25
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    It has been four years since you returned from your study abroad program in (COUNTRY). You have since graduated from Stanford with a degree in Design. After graduation, you got a job in Industrial Design in New York City.

    You have dated several guys since you returned from Denmark, but you haven’t forgotten about Per. Therefore, you are very excited when your employer, the Maier Group, decides to send a group of employees to Denmark for a conference. You are even more excited when your boss tells you that you get to go.

    As you pack your suitcases and get ready to leave on your trip, you tell yourself that you’re excited to be going back to Denmark and being able to practice Danish, not because you’re hoping to see Per again. After all, what are the odds that you’ll run into him again?

    You and a co-worker get seats next to each other on the flight to Denmark. Although your co-worker is friendly, you can’t help comparing her to your roommate from your study abroad program, Lola.

    What is your co-worker’s name? -- Eleanor

    Your plane lands in Denmark and you can’t help but feel a little smug when you’re the only one in your group who speaks enough Danish to communicate with locals. You help your group find the hotel, where you discover that you and Eleanor are roommates.

    The next morning you wake up early. By the time the rest of your group, including Eleanor, wakes up, you are ready to go. Your driver pulls up in the car, and the whole group piles in. Your conference is being held in a large government building, and your group is told that several government officials from Denmark will be in attendance.

    You and Eleanor find seats next to each other in the auditorium where the opening meeting is being held. You see several well-dressed people in front of the stage, talking urgently and shuffling papers, and you assume that these are the government officials.

    The leader of the conference begins the meeting by thanking everyone for showing up, and then announces that the Crown Prince of Denmark will be making a speech about Danish Product Design. A younger man stands up and walks to the center of the stage. You pretend to be coughing to stifle your gasp, but Eleanor still looks at you funny. The Crown Prince is Per!

    You barely hear a word he says during his speech because you are so shocked. Sure, you had hoped to see him again on your trip, but not quite like this.

    Eventually the meeting is over and the conference leader says that everyone will split up and attend smaller discussions. You and Eleanor decide to go to different discussions, and split up. You are walking down the hall toward one of the rooms when you hear your name.

    You turn around, and Per is behind you. You don’t really know what to say to a Crown Prince, but before you can embarrass yourself he starts talking. He tells you that he saw you in the audience and wanted to talk to you. You are wary, but he tells you that he is the same guy that you met four years ago. He asks you go out for dinner with him that night, and you agree.

  4. #27
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    It has been four years since you returned from your study abroad program in the Netherlands. You have since graduated from Wellsley with a degree in Communications. After graduation, you got a job as a Sign Language Interpreter in a big city.

    What city do you move to?
    3. Chicago

    You have dated several guys since you returned from the Netherlands, but you haven’t forgotten about Giuseppe. Therefore, you are very excited when your employer, Frederick Lee Peterson, decides to send a group of employees to the Netherlands for a conference. You are even more excited when your boss tells you that you get to go.

    As you pack your suitcases and get ready to leave on your trip, you tell yourself that you’re excited to be going back to the Netherlands and being able to practice Dutch, not because you’re hoping to see Giuseppe again. After all, what are the odds that you’ll run into him again?

    You and a co-worker get seats next to each other on the flight to the Netherlands. Although your co-worker is friendly, you can’t help comparing her to your roommate from your study abroad program, Dorothy.

    What is your co-worker’s name?
    Isolde Theresa Denters

    Your plane lands in the Netherlands and you can’t help but feel a little smug when you’re the only one in your group who speaks enough Dutch to communicate with locals. You help your group find the hotel, where you discover that you and Isolde are roommates.

    The next morning you wake up early. By the time the rest of your group, including Isolde, wakes up, you are ready to go. Your driver pulls up in the car, and the whole group piles in. Your conference is being held in a large government building, and your group is told that several government officials from the Netherlands will be in attendance.

    You and Isolde find seats next to each other in the auditorium where the opening meeting is being held. You see several well-dressed people in front of the stage, talking urgently and shuffling papers, and you assume that these are the government officials.

    The leader of the conference begins the meeting by thanking everyone for showing up, and then announces that the Crown Prince of the Netherlands will be making a speech about Communications. A younger man stands up and walks to the center of the stage. You pretend to be coughing to stifle your gasp, but Isolde still looks at you funny. The Crown Prince is Giuseppe!

    You barely hear a word he says during his speech because you are so shocked. Sure, you had hoped to see him again on your trip, but not quite like this.

    Eventually the meeting is over and the conference leader says that everyone will split up and attend smaller discussions. You and Isolde decide to go to different discussions, and split up. You are walking down the hall toward one of the rooms when you hear your name.

    You turn around, and Giuseppe is behind you. You don’t really know what to say to a Crown Prince, but before you can embarrass yourself he starts talking. He tells you that he saw you in the audience and wanted to talk to you. You are wary, but he tells you that he is the same guy that you met four years ago. He asks you go out for dinner with him that night, and you agree.

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  5. #29
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    It has been four years since you returned from your study abroad program in Denmark. You have since graduated from NYU with a degree in English and History. After graduation, you got a job as an author in a big city.

    What city do you move to?
    1. New York City

    You have dated several guys since you returned from Denmark, but you haven’t forgotten about Kristoffer. Therefore, you are very excited when your employer, Historical Publishings, decides to send a group of employees to Denmark for a conference. You are even more excited when your boss tells you that you get to go.

    As you pack your suitcases and get ready to leave on your trip, you tell yourself that you’re excited to be going back to Denmark and being able to practice Danish, not because you’re hoping to see Kristoffer again. After all, what are the odds that you’ll run into him again?

    You and a co-worker get seats next to each other on the flight to Denmark. Although your co-worker is friendly, you can’t help comparing her to your roommate from your study abroad program, Astrid.

    What is your co-worker’s name? Sarah Jane Hanson

    Your plane lands in Denmark and you can’t help but feel a little smug when you’re the only one in your group who speaks enough Danish to communicate with locals. You help your group find the hotel, where you discover that you and Sarah are roommates.

    The next morning you wake up early. By the time the rest of your group, including Sarah, wakes up, you are ready to go. Your driver pulls up in the car, and the whole group piles in. Your conference is being held in a large government building, and your group is told that several government officials from Denmark will be in attendance.

    You and Sarah find seats next to each other in the auditorium where the opening meeting is being held. You see several well-dressed people in front of the stage, talking urgently and shuffling papers, and you assume that these are the government officials.

    The leader of the conference begins the meeting by thanking everyone for showing up, and then announces that the Crown Prince of Denmark will be making a speech about the history of the country. A younger man stands up and walks to the center of the stage. You pretend to be coughing to stifle your gasp, but Sarah still looks at you funny. The Crown Prince is Kristoffer!

    You barely hear a word he says during his speech because you are so shocked. Sure, you had hoped to see him again on your trip, but not quite like this.

    Eventually the meeting is over and the conference leader says that everyone will split up and attend smaller discussions. You and Sarah decide to go to different discussions, and split up. You are walking down the hall toward one of the rooms when you hear your name.

    You turn around, and Kristoffer is behind you. You don’t really know what to say to a Crown Prince, but before you can embarrass yourself he starts talking. He tells you that he saw you in the audience and wanted to talk to you. You are wary, but he tells you that he is the same guy that you met four years ago. He asks you go out for dinner with him that night, and you agree.

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