It was the first day of my English class not knowing what to expect. From my first step into the door frame of the class, I took a quick glanced at these unfamiliar faces. My instincts lead me to the back of the classroom next to a young lady who had a painted smile on her face. Unexpectedly, a man walked in projecting his voice with instructions facing the class. Without a doubt I know that was my professor. Following the instructions of Dr. Bill Beckles, I meet a circle of new faces. I was introduced to Rosa, Sanjea, Dao and Erica four people with different personalities and characteristics.
It was difficult for the four faces sitting in a circular form. To overcome the shy feeling, I introduced myself by stating my first name Odell with a Trinidadian accent. From this my group members knew that I had a Caribbean background. After my first statement my colleagues asked question after question. From the interview my colleagues could have predicted that my approach and view to English is not excited. To me English is a subject I need to pass in order to get my Bachelors in Telecommunication and to pursuit my gold in life.
Well to give an insight of my personality, I told my peers my likes and dislikes. Basically, I like to do anything that involves fun. To be specific I enjoy playing sports, partying and chilling with my friends. Whereas my dislikes are things I am responsible for that I don’t enjoy doing. One major responsibility I have that could be my career in due time, is my job. Finally, I am currently employed by the NYPD and exposed to training to become a future officer.
It was just that time for another person to reveal some facts about themselves. Without asking the 19year old young lady carry the title Rosa L. spoke about herself. Rosa told us that she was the oldest out three girls. She also stated that her parents were from Dominica Republic. Without asking I could have p