Nowadays, campus love is popular. Some college teachers argue that students should give up love for the sake of learning. They maintain that love is time consuming and influences one’s learning. Some students, however, hold that a student who falls in love will study harder and will make greater progress. They don't believe that a person in love lags behind in his studies.
There are different kinds of love on campus. Somestudents regard love as killing time or adding color;some are pragmatic, thinking it's difficult to find abetter partner after graduation; the purpose of others is for seeking the impetus of study.Anyhow, far away from home and alone, seeking friendship, understanding and love, the boysand girls easily find comfort and appreciation from one another.
As a mater of fact, love is a sharp double-bladed knife. Having it will make you very happy; whilelosing it, you always feel disappointed and depressed. When the bond of love broken, goingon studying as usual or sinking lament or even being crazy depend on us. We will not letromantic entanglement interfere with our studies.
Love is a natural and quiet. During the process of love we will experience romantic love,frustrating love and critical love and real love. True love will overcome our pain and dismay,warm our heart, and spark our spirit with delight forces but not resistance.
popular [ˈpɒpjʊlə] adj. 流行的;受欢迎的;通俗的;大众的，普及的
entanglement [ɪnˈtæŋɡəlmənt] n. 纠缠,卷入,缠绕物
interfere [ˌɪntəˈfɪə] v. 干涉，介入;调停;妨碍
romantic [rou'mæntik] adj.浪漫的
opposite ['a:pəzət] adj.相反的，对面的，对立的
increasingly [in'kri:siŋli] adv.逐渐地，越来越多地
significant [sig'nifikənt] adj.重妥的，有意义的
get in tbe way of 妨碍，阻碍
jump at 欣然接受，急切地抓住
unstable [ʌn'steibl] adj.心神不定的，情绪不稳定的
freedom ['fri:dəm] n.自由