Angelina had her first examination before the Christmas holidays. One section in the Chinese paper was sentence composition. In the last few tests, Angelina had already learned that the marks did not depend on how interesting the sentences were but on whether she made any mistakes. Therefore, the simpler the sentence, the more likely she would get full marks.
So she wrote this:
Crawl: I crawl.
Probably because many girls did the same thing, the teacher added one more instruction during the examination – The sentence must include at least one comma. The next version became like this:
Crawl: Today, I crawled.
Not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted counts. But does counting breed evil at such a young age?