May：Fantastic. We had a great graduation party.
John：What was it like?
May：Hello, John. I just came back from my graduation ceremony.
John：Great. Leave their resume here. I will read them when I'm free.
May：I brought over some of my classmate's resumes. They want to join our company.
John：What do you mean?
May：Right, except for one thing.
John：Good. Now that you're completely finished with college you can focus on your work.
A: Excuse me. I need take a day off tomorrow.
B: What for?
A: I have my graduation ceremony tomorrow.
B: Oh, that's an important day. You should attend it.
A: So, I have your permission, right?
B: Yes, go and celebrate with your classmates.
A: Thanks, I will.
Rose: Hello, Cathy. Going to the commencement?
Kitty: Yes. I suppose you are going there, too?
Rose: Sure. Let`s go into the school auditorium quickly. Now, take this seat. Look at those piles of red diplomas on the desks on the stage. I find my heart is now rising and falling like waves, all sorts of feelings welling up in my heart.
Kitty: That`s true. Four years` trails and hardships, joys and sorrows of life are gushing out to my mind all together. I can hardly tell whether I am joyful or gloomy at the moment when I am about to leave the campus and to start a new stage of life.
Rose: But there is one thing I can be sure of, that is, my reluctance to part from the college where I have spent over 1,400 days and nights in my life.
Kitty: Oh, how time flies. Look, the president of the college has come onto the stage. He`s going to make the opening speech now.