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First Truancy in College

In sharp contrast to the life in secondary school, college life provides me with abundant opportunities to try novel things. I have had many first times,for example,the first delivery of public speech in front of a whole grade, the first formal and large-scale badminton competition, and the first travel to a provincial museum. But among all the first times, the one that has the most consistent influence and leaves the deepest impression on me is my first truancy in college. Truth to be told, I am not challenging the basic behavioral principle of our education system.

From kindergarten to college, I had been the model of a well-behaved student, the epitome of excellence as well as exemplification of my teachers’ successful education. Even in college where absence from classes has become commonplace, I still insist on not skipping every single class with the justification that attending classes is the fundamental responsibility of a student. However, one time the conflicts between obligation and the freedom to choose did emerge. I was confronted with a tough decision: whether to skip a German class so as to participate in the long coveted interview with a language training institution.

Before the decision was finalized, I profundly weighed the pros and cons. Supposing I cut that class in the end, what would the teacher think of me? How could I regain the missed knowledge? How can I guarantee the targeted scholarship if failing to do my utmost,? On the other hand, if I gave up the chance, how could I compensate the efforts paid in the preparatory work and comfort the disillusioned dream? Would I have been bathed in regret and self-reproach ever since? Dozens of question marks swarmed in my mind. Several minutes before the class began, I was still playing the famous procrastinator Hamlet. It was not until the last minute that I got on the bus towards the interview.

At first, I could’t shed the worries thoroughly. Anxiety and uncertainty about what would happen during my absence persisted for quite a period. Ominous feelings could be continually sensed, and even remorse started growing. But after my satisfactory interview, I felt the unprecedented relief. When I met my classmate coming from the German class, never had I experienced such subtle excitement—I followed my heart during the time that would otherwise be spent in machanically complying with the stereotyped rules and moral codes. For the first time I noticed a different world outside the classroom.I still had to attend the next German class though. An irresistible awareness of guilt again mounted within me. I buried my head into the book and dared not to meet the German teacher’s eyes. I was anticipating her interrogation and blame. But nothing happened till the end of class. I gradually forgot the incident with doubts in mind.

But afterwards, the doubts dissolved with the increasing understanding of college life. Occasional truancy resulted from prudent consideration of costs and benefits should not be regarded a thing to be seriously condemned or despised. Indeed, the beauty of college life lies in the various first experiences, including some casual challenges of the established must-dos and should-dos.
She is a girl and a friend,but not a girlfriend。

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She is a girl and a friend,but not a girlfriend。

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First Truancy in College
In sharp contrast to the life in secondary school, college life provides me with abundant opportunities to try novel things. I have had many first times,for example,the first delivery of a public speech in front of the whole grade, the first formal and large-scale badminton competition, and the first trip to a provincial museum. But among all the first times, the one that has the most consistent influence and leaves the deepest impression on me is my first truancy in college. Truth be told, I am not challenging the basic behavioral principle of our education system.

From kindergarten to college, I had been the model of a well-behaved student, the epitome of excellence as well as an exemplification of my teachers’ successful education. Even in college where absence from classes has become commonplace, I still insist on not skipping a single class with the justification that attending classes is the fundamental responsibility of a student. However, at one time the conflict between obligation and the freedom to choose did emerge. I was confronted with a tough decision: whether to skip a German class so as to participate in a long coveted interview with a language training institution.

Before the decision was finalized, I profoundly weighed the pros and cons. Supposing I cut that class in the end, what would the teacher think of me? How could I regain the missed knowledge? How can I guarantee the targeted scholarship if I fail to do my utmost,? On the other hand, if I gave up the chance, how could I compensate for the efforts made in the preparatory work and comfort the disillusioned dream? Would I have been bathed in regret and self-reproach ever since? Dozens of question marks swarmed in my mind. Several minutes before the class began, I was still playing the famous procrastinator Hamlet. It was not until the last minute that I got on the bus to the interview.

At first, I couldn't thoroughly shed the worries. Anxiety and uncertainty about what would happen during my absence persisted for quite a period. Ominous feelings could be continually sensed, and even remorse started growing. But after my satisfactory interview, I felt an unprecedented relief. When I met my classmate coming from the German class, never had I experienced such subtle excitement—I followed my heart during the time that would otherwise have be spent in machanically complying with the stereotyped rules and moral codes. For the first time I noticed a different world outside the classroom.I still had to attend the next German class though. An irresistible awareness of guilt again mounted within me. I buried my head into the book and dared not meet the German teacher’s eyes. I was anticipating her interrogation and blame. But nothing happened till the end of class. I gradually forgot the incident with doubts in mind.

But afterwards, the doubts dissolved with the increasing understanding of college life. Occasional truancy, resulting from prudent consideration of costs and benefits, should not be regarded as a thing to be seriously condemned or despised. Indeed, the beauty of college life lies in the variety of first experiences, including some casual challenges of the established must-dos and should-dos.

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回复 3# shaun

Wow,thanks!so many grammatical mistakes。。
She is a girl and a friend,but not a girlfriend。

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Not at all!, only minor ones, I don't think you missed any English classes

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回复 5# shaun


That's for sure。
She is a girl and a friend,but not a girlfriend。

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