A 9th-grade boy in E1 class (the same boy, incidentally, as was mentioned in post-21, who volunteered to go scold another class) wrote an essay which included the following:
I want to go to the good high school. It's because I want to success my life. So I should go to the
good high school. If I want to go to the high school. I should get a good grade for every tests. So
I should study very hard. And I should take part in english contempt contests and math contempt
contests and other subjects contempt contests. Then I should get many certificate of awards.
Possible judge banter: "Yeah, that one seems quite annoyed; he clearly dislikes English a fair bit -- 60 points." / "Goodness! That girl's arm-waving and shouting shows the sincerity of her contempt. Don't you think? -- 85 points." / "Oh my. Burning an effigy of Shakespeare on stage and using the pages of an unabridged Oxford dictionary as kindling, all while shouting damnations upon Geoffrey Chaucer -- That kid really...hates English. 95 points!"
[ I cannot guess what the student actually wanted to say. I highly doubt it was "contempt"]