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我们所有的人都可能认为在某些时候，“哇！我的生活是前流行越好。我是多么幸运！”被迫从我们积极的生活方式慢下来，我们已经审查了我们生活的每一个方面。我听说过的感叹是无止境的，从无尽的变焦类支出 太多了 时间与澳门皇冠手机app人;我不能说我没有犯这种情绪。在这些狡辩，我认为，一个中心主题戒指通过：缺乏目的。
Over the past two months of returning to school, I have been adjusting to many new things, including virtual seven-hour days of school. Thankfully, BB&N has adopted a hybrid system in which we are fully online for only half of the week. However, due to social distancing and challenges that come with in-person classes, video classes continue to have a significant role in in-person days as well.
Since coming to BB&N freshman year and learning about Global Online Academy (GOA), I knew it was something I wanted to try. A few years ago, I began learning Japanese. Now, I am a student in the Global Online Academy course Japanese level II. So far, the class has been really interesting and I have learned a lot. Also, because I was already used to online classes, it was not much of an adjustment.