I think I should introduce Hujiang to all of you firstly. It's a base which offers exercises and materials of several foreign languages, such as English, Japanese, French and Korean. F and I applied for blogs in that virtual community, and we updates our emotions there, till the day I found 163. (It's not an AD!) Suddenly what my Chinese teacher said occured to me: if you don't do well even in you mother tongue, I don't think you have the rights to know about others' languages!
Now, you probably get questions: since you don't consider yourself a good user of Chinese, why do you study French? I have to admit that all what I said, including quoting my teacher's words, is an excuse. I just don't want to spend my spare time on English any longer. A typical Chinese student as I am, I've spent dozens of years learning this 'useful' language. Without progress and improvement, it made me sick.
Far away from the topic. Restart: I saw F's message for me ten months ago: Come back, my dear X, for our English study. I just remember the day we work together, in the university... [To be continued.]
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It seems that I have told everyone I've decided to give up English. But why, now, I'm here again, to leave my diary in this language? In fact, I'm training listening (French) these days, and I don't want to pick up English any more. However, just now, when I tried to surf on the internet to find some