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I had a reflective writing exam in class.
We spent 2 hours analyzing the one-line main question
with some small questions to help us think about it in groups.
We then spent 2 more hours answering the question individually.

Actually I don't know if I was on the right track or not.
Some students and I were very confused for the first 2 hours.
Many people then went crazy. haha
My teacher told us to think about it simply.
If we go and get a higher-level answer, we will get in trouble when developing our answers.
So she said "keep it simple...like A, B, C...1, 2, 3.

I didn't have any ideas, but I wrote down something.
I tried to keep writing in the pattern of following steps: a statement, an explanation of it,
the result of that, and an evaluation.
I couldn't afford to focus on language elements such as reporting verbs
or evaluating words and structures.

After I finished, I went to eat out, went drinking and drank coffee at Starbucks with my friends.
I am so full haha

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. sluggish (on TV)
= slow-moving or inactive
2. bail sb out (on TV)
= to rescue sb from a difficult situation
3. pooch (on TV)
= a dog
4. hit man (on TV)
= a criminal who is paid to kill sb
5. screw (on TV)
= to cheat sb, especially by making them pay too much money for sth
6. whatnot (on TV)
= used when you are referring to sth, but are not being exact and do not mention its name

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