A Hard-working Student
I never told you about how I am getting along in my new class, N1 after my 2 diaries about it. So today I will tell you about my day at my English academy. But before reading this diary, I want you to read my 25th diary, "Moving Levels" if you could because it explains everything. If you don't have time, you really don't have to read it, but if you could, please do so. So, what are we waiting for? Let's start!
I arrived at my English academy, 10 minutes before my class started. I met two of my friends who are older than me, Crystal and Yuna. Then we walked into the classroom, chattering and talking as we always did. Our teacher greeted us, and we met our other classmates. And soon we opened our pencil cases, and grabbed a pencil and eraser. The test started.
The test was harder than I thought. We wrote words the teacher told us, and then wrote synonyms and antonyms next to the word. I was the first one to finish the test, and I handed it over to my teacher. My teacher examined it and said I did a good job. I hope I get 100% on the test!
Then we did TOEFL, which is a book that is a little easy for me. I am not bragging by the way! Though the work was hard, my classmates and I even had time to do some homework! I really thought we didn't have enough time but we did, and I am writing this diary with all my homework finished: 2 pages from my class, and 2 pages at home. And I did the rest of the homework at the 5 minute break at my English academy! I really am proud that I finished my homework so fast!
Oh, and we got my-chew at the end of the class. I got every flavor, to grapes to peach. (That's my favorite ones, by the way) I said good-bye to my teacher, and then headed home.
Okay, that's it for today, dear readers! Bye bye and have a nice day!