The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care! - Chapter 219
Edited By Adrian
Xu Xinduo could only reach out and take the biscuits back.
She sent a message to Shao Qinghe: When will you come back? The biscuits are ready.
Shao Qinghe: Oh, I forgot about them. Can you mail them to me?
Xu Xinduo: Give me your address.
Shao Qinghe quickly sent the address.
However, Xu Xinduo couldn’t help but hesitate as the biscuits may break during delivery.
She put a lot of effort into making the Christmas tree designs. She felt it would be a pity if they broke.
She looked at the address again and suddenly discovered that the hospital was not far from the company. She could give them to Shao Qinghe before going to the company for training. She had her own car and driver so there was no problem in going back and forth.
It seemed that there was no problem.
During the lunch break, Xu Xinduo went to Director Huang to see Tong Yan’s results.
When she walked in, she saw Tong Yan looking at his answer sheets, checking the wrong answers.
Tong Yan’s total score was 547. With this score, he could enter the ordinary class, but he couldn’t enter the rocket class. Last place in the Rockets class had scored 587 points.
She reached out and took Tong Yan’s answer sheet. She said, “In fact, it’s better than I expected.”
Tong Yan was still a little dissatisfied: “I was anxious during the exam, otherwise I would have definitely scored at least 587 points.”
Xu Xinduo and Tong Yan went back to the international class. Although Xu Xinduo transferred, her place was still empty. After sitting down in their seats, Xu Xinduo began to talk to Tong Yan.
Seeing Xu Xinduo, Wei Lan immediately came over to say hello: “Is Master Duo back? Our Brother Yan has been lonely.”
Xu Xinduo pointed to the question paper and said, “I just came over to help him with this.”
After Wei Lan leaned over to look at the question paper, he couldn’t help but curl his lips: “Although they are all Chinese characters, I can’t understand them at all. Hey, is there so much difference in the teaching materials on both sides?”
(T/L: Ordinary and Rocket class focus on Chinese while International class focus on English.)
Xu Xinduo ignored him and began to write the correct answers next to the questions wrongly answered by Tong Yan. She then explained each of them step by step.
After understanding all the answers, Tong Yan began to solve them once more.
While Tong Yan was practising, Xu Xinduo began to look at the answer sheets of other subjects. She quickly discovered that Tong Yan’s major problem was Chinese. To be more specific, it was classical Chinese as his scores in it were too low.
First of all, Tong Yan obviously never memorized ancient poems so he didn’t answer the poem fill-in-the-blank questions at all. Looking at the answers to classical Chinese questions, Tong Yan basically didn’t know what to do. The entire classical Chinese comprehension questions were hardly answered. Finally, looking at the composition section, Xu Xinduo could sum everything as: Tong Yan did not understand it at all.
She remembered that Tong Yan liked to sleep in class, especially Chinese. The Chinese teacher spoke softly and powerlessly, making everyone feel sleepy and bored. Tong Yan studied in the international class so he never needed to memorize ancient poems or focus too much on Chinese.
It was not a big problem if he was not proficient in classical Chinese. Xu Xinduo would prepare notes for him so that he could memorize them without getting confused.
But what about composition?
Xu Xinduo couldn’t help but mumble: “Composition is going to be a big problem for you…”
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