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so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


One of my best friends from high school told me about this foreign exchange program administrated by International Center of my university. I vaguely remembered about the existence of such program, but I have never really considered applying.

Now, with all the information about the course, I decided to apply with assistance from my friend. He lent me all his form for me to copy today after school and explained to me the process of application. I owe you a lot man, thanks!

After I came home from school today with all the application forms in my hands, I quickly filled in and wrote all the papers that were necessary. Although I must admit that my chances of passing are low, I would at least like to make an attempt to realize what I had always wanted to do in my college years. Besides, my parents gave me permission to at least hand in the form.

I have no clue whatsoever on where the funding is going to come from for this ridiculously expensive program in United Kingdom, but I am confident that this is really worth the investment and I am willing to pay it when I earn enough money in future.

For now, I just wish that we are lucky enough to pass through their intensive probation and will be given an opportunity to spend for unforgettable time in Cambridge. God bless us.


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