A letter to my class

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Dear 2D,

     It’s pretty scary to know how quickly time flies. I can still remember how nervous I was when I stepped into this school for the first time, and now here I am in 2D. The first semester is about to end, and I want to talk about my feelings to this class.

     In my opinion, I genuinely don’t like this class. I didn’t mean that I hate it, but I don’t like it. We are in the same classroom almost every single day. We play together, learn together, and sometimes get scolded together. However, this class somehow gave me a feeling that we are not united. For example, the picnic day started out great, but it turned out bad. We were playing board games for the first 1 to 2 hours and then started playing mobile games. Eventually, we all took out our phones and started to do our own stuff. Meanwhile, the other classes were playing the werewolf game.

      However, there are still plenty of things that I appreciate in this class. Firstly, we created a lot of punchlines that only students in 2D class would understand, such as “day 5” and “I will remember you”, and we had a lot of fun joking around them.  Secondly, we genuinely care about each other. Isaac has been absent from school for a couple of weeks. Although nobody actually said they missed him, I can still feel that we all want him to come back.

      I think this class should be more cooperative when it comes to days that we are supposed to do something together like the coming Christmas service. I know we all love mobile games, but we need to do the right thing at the right time.

     Overall, I still love 2D. Truthfully, I like everybody in this class. Of course, there are some people that I like more and people that I like less. Until now, we have spent a lot of time and had a lot of fun together, Hope that we will improve together in the coming semester.

                                                                                                                  Best wishes,

                                                                                                                              Chris