October 05, 2008

My Driving Class In Summer Vacation

                                               My Driving Class In Summer Vacation

After I was back home, I decide to have a driving class during vacation in order to learn more skills and get a driving license for my future life. At that time, I haven't recognized that this issue would change me a lot.

Firstly, I need to pass an academic test about driving rules. After I paid the tuition fees, I only have a week to prepare for this. It is a whole book which full of multiple-choice test and judge test. Thank goodness! There is no more answer questions in it. There is no short cut for this, I can just remember question by question. I think this kind of study really improved my learning skill which is how to remember those long academic vocabulary and phrase.

Secondly, after I passed the test I began my driving lessons immediately at the following days. By the way, I've got a fantastic mark to pass the test finally that told me I can do it if I really work hard on it. I have to get up at 6 o'clock every morning to try to not be late because the driving school is far away from my home. The summer in my hometown Changsha in China means thirty-five or even upper air temperature and the diabolic sunshine bask your skin straightly. After this course, I have got three harvests: driving skill, healthy skin and body. It is meaningful for both my study and future life, because I have been taught that nothing is easy.

Finally and unfortunately, I failed in the last text and I need to do it again next summer vacation. Be honest, it is hard for me to accept this result but I have to. At that moment, I felt disappointment, dysphoria and pessimism. However, I considered that I should not and cannot give it up at last. If I did that, I was really a loser.


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  1. Never mind the result, go ahead, guy!

    05 Oct 2008, 21:48

  2. That is a pity

    failure is the mother of success, next time you will win

    05 Oct 2008, 22:14

  3. Tilly Harrison

    I failed my driving test twice so I sympathise – it is one of the hardest tests I’ve ever taken!! Still you seem to have taken a lot of positive lessons from the experience. I was interested to see such an unusual word as ‘dysphoria’ in your blog – was that in your electronic dictionary? Remember to check new words that you use in a monolingual dictionary (online is OK) to see if they really mean what you want to say, or are in normal use in English. I think we would normally say ‘depression’.

    07 Oct 2008, 19:19

  4. newbury driving school

    Learning to drive is one of the most important things that you can do. So stick with it, work hard and you will succeed. Remember “winners never quit and quitters never win”

    14 Nov 2008, 09:12


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