Other than junior high schoolers, there were also senior high schoolers who were taking part in this competition.
Yun Jian had previously heard from her homeroom teacher that junior high school students would only compete against each other; similarly, senior high schoolers would compete against their peers as well. Both categories would not interfere with each other; even the venue of their foreign languages competition was different.
Yun Jian did not stay in school as she went home each day. She was guessing that her brother, Yun Yi, would be here today too. Since the latter boarded in school, Yun Jian had not seen him since the weekend, so she did not have the chance to ask if he would be taking part in today’s competition. Moreover, the foreign languages competition for junior and senior high school students were held at different venues. Yun Jian had no idea if she would bump into Yun Yi today.
“We’re here. Get off the bus orderly. Don’t rush when you get down, walk slowly. Don’t push and elbow each other,” the female teacher who was in charge of discipline just now said when they arrived at their destination.
The bus had sent the students right to the entrance of Foreign Languages High School but all of them had only realized it when they saw the large plate standing by the school gate. Erected in front of the entrance, the huge plate that was set on the ground had four words carved in block letters—”Foreign Languages High School”.
“Students, follow me. No need to get into lines.” The female teacher who took care of their orderliness instructed the teenagers calmly outside of the bus.
There were only three students from Yun Jian’s class who were participating in today’s foreign languages competition. Other than Yun Jian herself, the other two were also girls. They knew each other better too and did not usually greet or acquaint themselves with Yun Jian.
Hence, Yun Jian stood alone after she got off the bus.
Everyone around her moved with their friends as students this age rarely walked alone when they went out for competitions. Some students would even think that it was embarrassing to walk alone, as if they had no friends.
Nevertheless, such a situation would never happen to Yun Jian. She was immensely charismatic, so even if she stood still quietly, people around her would still find their attention being attracted to her.
Right now, Yun Jian had both her hands in her pants pocket as she stood on the spot idly. Her thumbs were hooked around her pants pockets casually as well. The morning sun was gentle as its beam fell diagonally toward where Yun Jian was.
No matter which angle one looked from, Yun Jian looked like a beauty bathed in sunlight right now. It was just that she also exuded an aloof vibe that made those who looked blink subconsciously.
After the female teacher completed the headcount, she led everyone into Foreign Languages High School and went straight for the competition venue—the junior high school division of the high school.
Yun Jian moved along with the group.
It was until they came to the competition venue that they were astonished by the view they were greeted with. There were crowds standing in front of them; after all, all the junior high school students in Longmen City who had remarkable English speaking skills were gathered here.
These were only junior high school students. The venue for senior high school students was on the other end.
Yun Jian planned to go around the senior high school competition venue when she was done with her contest to see if she could find Yun Yi. Just as her thoughts carried her here, a surprised voice of a girl rang from her left. “Huh, it’s you? Are you here for the competition too?”
Yun Jian blinked a little at the voice before she turned to look, coming face to face with the girl who borrowed salt from them when they were having a barbecue by the Nilong River last weekend—Ning Lanlan.