Adios, Egypt. Adios, CAC.

Good bye everyone in CAC, and Egypt.

Yeah, today was my last day of CAC, and tonight must be my last night in Egypt.

I was pretty sad, because Mr.miller was not school yesterday and even today.

And also, I couldn’t finish my passive amp.

I am going back to Korea, to work hard on my computer project.

Thanks for Mr. Miller about whole classes of D.T and C.S.

I will keep posting about my works.

This project (Symphony) will keep going until next year May.

And also I should practice my English also even I am in Korea, because almost presentations will be in English…

So if I had grammar miss, please comment.

 

SEE YOU GUYS IF DESTINY LEAD

Heejun Lee

Hi Everyone! I think we need more active people in CODEX! Everybody, enjoy my codex, and comment!

4 thoughts on “Adios, Egypt. Adios, CAC.

  1. Hello, Heejun!

    I never got to say bye, but I always admired your work. I too agree that we need more active people on Codex!
    As for your grammar, I’ve realized you’ve gotten a lot better since your arrival at CAC. I decided to copy and paste your post below, and mark any edits with CAPS LOCK and an asterisk (*)

    Yeah, today was my last day AT* CAC, and tonight WILL* be my last night in Egypt.
    I was pretty sad, because Mr. Miller* was not AT* school yesterday and even today.
    And also, I couldn’t finish my passive amp.
    I am going back to Korea, to work hard on my computer project.
    Thanks for Mr. Miller about whole classes of D.T. and C.S.
    I will keep posting about my works.
    This project (Symphony) will keep going until May OF NEXT YEAR*.
    ALSO*, I should practice my English EVEN WHEN I am in Korea, because almost ALL presentations will be in English…

    So if I had grammar MISTAKES, please comment.

    1. Thank you for your comment.
      I am so sorry too, cuz i can’t say goodbye to you Titus.
      The correction is really helpful thx!!

      1. That is alright, for I know you’re off to do great things with this project of yours.
        I’m glad I could be of help.

  2. I look forward to hearing more as your adventures continue, Hee Jun. Just as with programming languages, the only way to improve spoken and written languages is to practice, practice, practice. The more you can speak, the more you can write, the better you will get. (I know this, because your brain is already programmed to learn languages – I’ve seen that in CS class!)

    One other thing will help – when you take the attitude of a small child, who tries and then accepts correction without feeling like it reflection on his personality. It doesn’t, of course, unless that person _feels_ it does. I think you’re off to a great start, as shown by your request for help and your response to Titus.

    Best wishes, and I hope our paths do cross again.

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