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Winter Cold Freezing cold Kiev is one of the oldest cities in Ukraine - the capital city It is huge like a microcosm ic world for its citizens This winter turned out extremely cold It was snowing continually As the streets filled up everyone became scared What if it never stopped snowing Pushkins College It is one of the most famous colleges in the whole city It had many students The classes finished for the day and everyone was making their way to the exit They looked like small busy ants Hundreds of students always got stuck in the doorway It wasnt big enough Finally the crowd dispersed and there was no one there Students formed groups on the campus lawns They were standing in front of the tall white building that seemed to dissolve into the snow Square windows looked out from white walls as if they watched the students Most students walked home in groups as it was much more fun than walking home alone But some preferred to walk in pairs of two people or more Alex and Marina went home by themselves It was probably because no one lived close to them or maybe because no one wanted to walk with them Hey said Alex smiling It was really hard to smile It was freezing It was probably - 15ordmC Snow was coming into his reflective hazel eyes and the biting wind was blowing straight into his face which then became as red as a tomato Hey Alex smiled back at him Marina Lets go home coz its really cold Im gonna just freeze to death in this cold environment I cant live like this - Marinas eyes were even bluer when she got angry She was cold as well Her face had a pinkish tone to it Their coats were making them look like snow men They also had around half a dozen warm socks on The
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