Ya Dang winced instantly. Sneaking a glimpse at Snow Eagle beside him, he told Si Yi, “Young master, I was just thinking of teaching Snow Eagle something new. See, he’s been single for so long and doesn’t know a thing!”
“Are you sure you didn’t want to watch it?” Snow Eagle was astonished by Ya Dang’s nonsense.
“I…” Ya Dang started to bicker with him.
Bickering and play-fighting, it was undeniable that Ya Dang and Snow Eagle were truly best friends.
While they fought, Mo Sen cracked a grin. At the same time, Si Yi had already made his way upstairs. It was only then Ya Dang and Snow Eagle who were standing on the second floor realized it.
Ya Dang was slightly astonished. “Young master isn’t angry anymore?”
“Perhaps…” Snow Eagle replied.
Mo Sen answered, “When young master leaves without a word, it usually means that he’s sending us to the Amazon jungle.”
Ya Dang and Snow Eagle were speechless at how brutally honest Mo Sen was.
If this had been a usual case, Si Yi would actually send all three of them to the Amazon rainforest. The intention of sending them there was not for punishment, though. Si Yi wanted Ya Dang, Snow Eagle and Mo Sen to enhance their skills.
Yun Jian arrived at the school gate swiftly from her walk. It did not take much time to get to her class from there either. There were not many people in the classroom but there were still several of them inside. It was not exactly strange even if there were students who were not here yet as it was not yet time for class.
Without Chen Xinyi and Zhang Shaofeng this week, Yun Jian felt like something was missing. It was fortunate that nothing actually happened to Chen Xinyi and she just needed rest. She had taken the month off from school while Zhang Shaofeng took a week off. He would probably be back to class next week.
“Grandmaster, how’s Chen Xinyi?” A fat head pushed itself to Yun Jian just as she dropped her bag on the desk. It was Zhang Jian who was asking whilst looking at her.
“Chen Xinyi is doing fine. Don’t worry.” As Yun Jian replied, she recalled what she promised Zhang Shaofeng in the morning.
“Your master asked me to thank you. If it weren’t for you that day, Xinyi wouldn’t have arrived in the hospital so soon and received the treatment in time,” Yun Jian told Zhang Jian.
“Ah, that’s it? I was just putting my strength to use. It’s nothing.” Zhang Jian rubbed his head bashfully from Zhang Shaofeng’s compliment that came from Slashing God who he admired the most.
Yun Jian merely smiled at that.
When most of their classmates came in, it meant that it was almost time for class and the teacher would be here soon.
When the bell rang for the first period of self-revision this evening, their homeroom teacher, Madam Yu, came in with a textbook. The students who were making noises in class quieted down instantly when they saw their homeroom teacher.
“Alright, students.” Madam Yu clapped her hands on the lectern and gestured for her class to stay quiet before continuing. “The teachers had an emergency meeting last Friday and the principal announced two relatively important matters.”
“I believe that you guys know about the first one already.”
“Spring is the season where everything springs back into life, so we definitely won’t be missing out on an outing. The school hasn’t decided on a particular location for the time being but I’ll let you all know the first thing it’s announced.”
“The next big news is that the foreign languages competition is this Wednesday.”
“This competition was the main agenda of our meeting last week—it’s a contest informed on short notice. All the schools in Longmen City will gather and assemble students with good speaking skills.”
“It’s basically a competition on English pronunciation. Having good grades in English isn’t enough. You can only join if you speak it well…”