Suppose you are invited by Professor Williams to give a presentation about Chinese culture to a group of international students。 Write a reply to
1) accept the invitation， and
2) introduce the key points of your presentation
You should write about 100 words on the ANSWER SHEET。
Don’t use your own name， use “LiMing” instead。
Don’t write your address。 (10 points)
Write an essay based on the following chart. In your essay, you should
1)interpret the chart, and
2)give your comments.
You should write about 150 words neatly on the ANSWER SHEET. (15 points)
You are to write an email to James Cook,a newly-arrived Australia professor,recommending some tourist attraction in your city .Please give reason for your recommendation.
You should write nearly on the answer/sheet.
Dot not sign your own name at the end of the email .use "li ming"instead
Do not write the address.(10 points)
Write an essay of 160-200 words based on the following pictures. In your essay , you should
1)describe the pictures briefly,
2)interpret the meaning , and
3)give your comments.
You should write neatly on the ANSWER SHEET.( 20 points )查看详情
Dear Professor Williams，
I felt much honored when I received your invitation to give a presentation about Chinese culture to the international students of your college. I would much like to do this job.So I am writing to tell you something about the presentation to be given.
The focus of my presentation will be Chinese traditional festivals， such as the Spring Festival and the Mid-autumn Day. In the speech， I will introduce the origin and conventions of these festivals. For example， the Mid-Autumn Day， falling on the 15th of August in the Chinese lunar calendar， is a traditional Chinese holiday for family members and loved ones to gather together. In addition to enjoying the glorious full moon on this day， Chinese people will also eat festival-moon cakes， recite ancient Chinese poems as well as guess lantern riddles. I believe these knowledge will help the foreign students obtain a deeper understanding of Chinese culture.
I am really looking forward to sharing these with all of the international students. Yours sincerely，
Dear James Cook,
Welcome to China! I'm writing this email to recommend some scenic spots in Beijing to you so that you can have a wonderful time here.
First of all, you could have a visit to the Summer Palace and Forbidden City, which are renowned for its old buildings and diverse cultures. After that, it is advisable to go to Wang Fujing, where you can have a taste of some delicious local food while enjoying the traditional culture. Finally, you can go to the National Museum, in which some traditional art exhibitions are being held. What do you think of my plans?
I sincerely hope that you could enjoy yourselves in Beijing and it will be my pleasure to be your guide.
Portrayed in the two cartoons is thought-provoking: In the left one, a young man, comfortably lounging on the chair, is looking at his huge bookshelf full of books contentedly, while the other, in the right drawing, is determined to finish reading 20 books in a year.
By this scenario, the cartoonist is trying to awaken us to the importance of reading and sticking to our goals. It is universally held that with the advance of modern society, only those equipped with updated knowledge which requires constant reading are most likely to reach the summit of the success. Conversely, without persistent learning and taking actions, our objectives are bound to be a fantasy. Indeed, people fail always because they stop trying, not because they encounter invincible difficulties.
From what has been mentioned above, we may reasonably arrive at the conclusion that only those who keep learning and cherish the spirit of persistence have opportunities to succeed. Therefore, such essence is an important virtue worthy of being fostered. If you understand and adhere to this principle in your study and work, you will definitely benefit greatly.查看详情