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An essay on my first time swimming
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My whole life I always wanted to be in the water: I love drinking water and being in the shower for a long time. I always ask my parent can we go to a swimming pool, so I can play in the water for hours. Their nothing better than thinking about water everyday, but the thing about is that I can't swim. Every time I have the chance I tell my parent to give me swimming lesson, but they always decline. When I sometimes am in the pool I see how other people swim and I always try to copy how they swim. Even when I see I'm doing the same stuff they doing, I never get so far. During my high school, I played tennis throughout 10th grade to 12th and I would say I was ok. I wasn't the best player there, but at least I try. When I was in the 11th grade I continue playing tennis, but turn out one of my friend in the tennis team was also in the swimming team. One day I talked to him about him being in the swimming team and I ask him if I could still join. He said yes, but I have to join next semester. He first gave me a sheet to fill out for the team and then I wait. I was excited because finally I get to learn how to swim. Time pass by quick and the second semester begin. My friend told me there was going to be a number 66 bus to take us to the old YMCA, so waited and start playing tennis. When a number 66 bus came by my friend called me over and went on the bus. When the bus took us there, I got out and follow my friend because I didn't where to go. I followed him all the way to the locker room. That where I met the coach. I introduce myself and gave him my physical sheet and all he told me was why did I want to join swimming. I told him I just love being in the water and I also said I didn't know how to swim. He said it was alright and told me to get dress. I did not have any clothes to swim in, but my friend gave me his extra pair of short. I got dress and went out to the swimming pool. The coach told me to get in; he told the other people to start swimming lap and will teach me the basic. I got in the pool and the coach told me to swim 1 lap across the pool to see how much I know. I start swimming and already I got tired in the middle of the pool, but I know I have to back to the other side, so I suck it up and keep swimming. When I got back to the coach, I was out of breath already. He told me the mistake I was doing and said I could do better. He also told me try to eat healthy and no more junk food. I was kind of depressed because it not like I can't eat healthy, but I like eating junk food. The coach continues teaching me how to swim and he told me some name of the type of swimming. Finally practice was over and I was exhausted, my friend and I went on the bus and the driver took us home. When I went home I took a bath and went straight to sleep. I was so tired and my body was hurting like crazy. I wanted to quit on the first day, but I knew I can't just quit just because I was tired on the first day. So throughout my entire 11th grade I continue going to swimming practice and learn every step to swimming. Since then now I know how to swim, but I'm still a beginner.
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An Essay On My First Time Swimming

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              My whole life I always wanted to be in the water: I love drinking water and being in the shower for a long time. I always ask my parent can we go to a swimming pool, so I can play in the water for hours. Their nothing better than thinking about water everyday, but the thing about is that I can't swim. Every time I have the chance I tell my parent to give me swimming lesson, but they always decline. When I sometimes am in the pool I see how other people swim and I always try to copy how they swim. Even when I see I'm doing the same stuff they doing, I never get so far.
             
             
              During my high school, I played tennis throughout 10th grade to 12th and I would say I was ok. I wasn't the best player there, but at least I try. When I was in the 11th grade I continue playing tennis, but turn out one of my friend in the tennis team was also in the swimming team. One day I talked to him about him being in the swimming team and I ask him if I could still join. He said yes, but I have to join next semester. He first gave me a sheet to fill out for the team and then I wait. I was excited because finally I get to learn how to swim. Time pass by quick and the second semester begin. My friend told me there was going to be a number 66 bus to take us to the old YMCA, so waited and start playing tennis. When a number 66 bus came by my friend called me over and went on the bus.
             
              When the bus took us there, I got out and follow my friend because I didn't where to go. I followed him all the way to the locker room. That where I met the coach. I introduce myself and gave him my physical sheet and all he told me was why did I want to join swimming. I told him I just love being in the water and I also said I didn't know how to swim. He said it was alright and told me to get dress. I did not have any clothes to swim in, but my friend gave me his extra pair of short. I got dress and went out to the swimming pool. The coach told me to get in; he told the other people to start swimming lap and will teach me the basic.
             
              I got in the pool and the coach told me to swim 1 lap across the pool to see how much I know. I start swimming and already I got tired in the middle of the pool, but I know I have to back to the other side, so I suck it up and keep swimming. When I got back to the coach, I was out of breath already. He told me the mistake I was doing and said I could do better. He also told me try to eat healthy and no more junk food. I was kind of depressed because it not like I can't eat healthy, but I like eating junk food. The coach continues teaching me how to swim and he told me some name of the type of swimming.
             
              Finally practice was over and I was exhausted, my friend and I went on the bus and the driver took us home. When I went home I took a bath and went straight to sleep. I was so tired and my body was hurting like crazy. I wanted to quit on the first day, but I knew I can't just quit just because I was tired on the first day. So throughout my entire 11th grade I continue going to swimming practice and learn every step to swimming. Since then now I know how to swim, but I'm still a beginner.
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