英語の英作文を合っているか確認して頂きたいです。 よろしくお願いします。 The essay that I found the most interesting was "Mind the Gap" in Lesson 24. The first reason is that I think a gap year is a very good idea. There are many advantages to a gap year. Many high school students in Japan go on to college immediately after graduation. As a result, they don't have time to reevaluate themselves. By reexamining yourself, you will be able to clearly see what you need to do. By gaining many experiences, you will broaden your perspective in life. This is because you can meet many people, expand your network, and increase your knowledge. Therefore, I think a gap year is a very good program. The second reason is that I wanted to participate in this program myself. Currently, I feel that I am not living my university life with a purpose. That is why I wanted to participate in the Gap Year Program, which is said to be a good time to think about your department, your interests, and your future, and to reconsider what you want to do with your life as a student and what you want to do in the future. Until now, my life has been centered on my studies and club activities, and I haven't thought about anything, but from now on, I think it would be good to have a period of time to look for what I really want to do. I would like to expand my possibilities by taking a gap year. The third reason is that this system is not well accepted in Japan, and I wanted to make it more active. As I mentioned in the text, there are many negative opinions about gap years in Japan, such as "disadvantageous for employment. However, I think this is wrong. I believe that a gap year is an exciting and rewarding experience not only for the student, but for everyone. I hope that the negative opinions of this system will disappear in the future and it will become more active in Japan. These are the reasons why I was interested in the topic "mind the Gap" in Lesson 24.