Đây là bài luận văn xin vào đại học của mình ^^, bài văn đã dc làm ngắn bớt những chỗ ko cần thiếc…. xin đóng góp chút cho dd ^^
Viết 1 bài văn đã khó, viết ko bằng tiếng mẹ đẻ lại càng khó ác, :study: hic, có gì sai sót mong bà con nhắc nhớ dùm, để bài văn của mình dc hoàng chỉnh hơn,…cám ơn, hehe
I am a small Vietnamese girl. I came into the U.S when I was sixteen years old, and started to learn about a lot of different things: new language, new friends, new school, and new atmosphere. Everything was very new to me. A fresh cold feeling, fear by my side, making me feel like I’m a new baby. I didn’t even understand the words that people spoke to me.
The very first time I set foot in the school, I blocked out everything. I felt everything around was huge. It took a really long time to find my class, sometimes I had already passed it but I didn’t know. Although everything was hard for me, there were also good things happen to me. People in here are really friendly. Everyone was very enthusiastic to help me. I felt less afraid, and with time I started to feel a bit better. Many times I talked with friends in school, but it was hard for us to understand each other clearly because of languages barriers. So I didn’t really have close friend here. That made me really sad and I missed my friends in Vietnam even more because for me, friends are everything.
I was a pretty good student in Vietnam, and right now after two years in America, I feel more confident. I still keep my grades at A’s and B’s. But a B is not good enough for me. Every time I get a B, my mind tells me that I need to work harder on this class. I advise myself to accomplish more. My effort has not betrayed me yet, because I bring my grades up to A’s most of the time.
Even though I struggle a bit with my English, I tend to make up for it in math. Ever since I was young until now, I always got good grades in this subject. Sometimes, I even got the highest grade in the class. Math is my passion, and it’s easy to tell that I’m totally in love with mathematics. I always finish my math homework first and do the other subject’s homework after. I think math is a cool subject; it doesn’t follow only one rule. I can use a lot of different ways to solve a single problem. It makes my brain more active, more creative and more flexible. The feeling I get when solving a math problem is similar to the excitement I get when I design clothes.
Other than working hard on my academics and my love for mathematics, one of my greatest passions is drawing and designing. I have received a number of honorary awards back in Vietnam for my drawings. [...] Back in Vietnam, most of my clothes were designed by me. I feel very happy and proud of myself for these accomplishments.
I feel extremely fortunate to live in America: a country that is not only rich, and powerful, but a place with so much freedom. I feel blessed yet sadden for my family members who had to go through so much suffering and loss from the [...] War. Many times I heard my family tell me about the events of the War, and I was shocked. It was far more horrible then what I thought a war was.
It is because of this, that I want to be an excellent student. I want more than anything to earn a great education, and one day become a successful career woman. I want to use the money I make some day to help the orphans, sick, poor kids, and other people in need. I know that cannot fill in their loss, or to give back what they reasonable had, but I hope to have the power to give others back home a better life. I wish I can create a new wonderful, peaceful and free country for them.
I have many dreams for my future and the future of those whom I love. For now, however, I know I must focus on my education. This is the very first step and an important step also, to make those dreams come true. I believe that with my passion and my desire to succeed, I will make my dreams become my reality.