To Fight And To Survive
These days I keep practicing IELTS oral English with some people who have been working as a part-time job. In the course of practicing with them, I was constantly struck by some feelings stemming from their situations and to Sell RS Gold
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Without doubt, they have already successfully applied for their ideal school abroad. However, their thrill of being admitted to foreign university did not last long because they have to be confronted with another tough enemy, IELTS. They are required by their school to reach a certain score, say 6 or 6.5 even7, before they go there. Nevertheless, having worked for several years without touch of English, their English remains little trace in their mind. They have to pick it up again, but with enormous strength and without a guaranteed undertaking that they can surely get the score they are anticipating. Anyway, in order to realize their dream, they have to fight even with a slight beam of hope.
Then a long and tough journey unveils. They quit their present jobs and bathe in piles of reference books day and night. But some of them dare not quit the job so decisively due to their financial awkwardness, so after a day of tedious efforts and being back home, they still have little time to take sip of tea but have to combat with a various range of exercise relevant to IELTS. When they feel exhausted and want to rest, they may think of their dream and the monstrous exam as well as their fragile foundation, they have to pull themselves together and march on. At that time, they might feel deeply regretful for not having learnt English well in college. But now complaint and regret do not work at all. They still have to face the music and accept the cruel reality.