I’m glad to write a simple letter to give you some advice as an elder sophomore sister. Thanks to the strong feelings toward my one-year university life, I can’t refrain myself from this natural overflow of endless emotions with the hope that a new recognition on yourselves and your roles could be made through this humble writing.
Looking back to the past year in this university, I am overwhelmingly excited to come up with the view that four years in the university are so valuable and from which a total and new understanding of life and the world as a whole can arise. In fact, I just transferred to the English department from the material science and engineering college. So I am not a very successful English learner but only an English enthusiast and I’m fresh just like you to some degree, as a result, constructive ideas on how to improve English are beyond the scope of this piece of writing. In effective, they are to be summed up by yourselves in the process of learning English.
However, first of all, please remember that your priority must be placed on your major. You must be professional enough through hard work, which is required by the fiercely competing society. But high scores doesn’t equal professional skills. What makes a person professional is the right learning way by which you can absorb and control anything new quickly and efficiently. Besides, don’t skip classes. No matter how terrible the teacher is, it’s certain that you can acquire a lot from his or her strong professional backgrounds. What the teacher says may be so boring that you consider it as rubbish but what exists in his brain is treasure absolutely. Learning English is by no means an easy task and it requires patience and stamina ,as a proverb says ‘No pains, no gains’. So boys and girls, when you are playing computer games, when you are chatting on QQ ,when you are falling into magic and love stories, when you are changing yourself into professional movie...