Hello! my name is li yue.im a girl. im a student in grade four.now let me talk about the farm.
What animals are on the farm?do you know?well,i know.at the farm,there are many animals.they are sheep,horses,hens,cows,lambs and goats.
What can we do at the farm?at the farm,we can feed the hens,ride a horse,milk a cow,sheer a sheep,hold a lamb.
At the farm,you can see tomatoes,cucumbers,potatoes,onions and carrots.they are fresh.and the potatoes are very big. thats all.thank you!
Before i introduce our cultural programs, i want to tell you one thing first about xx. youre going to have a great time in beijing.
China has its own sport legends. back to song dynasty, about the 11th century, people started to play a game called cuju, which is regarded as the origin of ancient football. the game was very popular and women were also participating. now, you will understand why our women football team is so good today.
Cultural events will unfold each year, from xx to xx. we will stage multi-disciplined cultural programs, such as concerts, exhibitions, art competitions and camps which will involve young people from around the world. during the olympics, they will be staged in the olympic village and the city for the benefit of the athletes.
Our ceremonies will give chinas greatest-and the worlds greatest artists a stage for celebrating the common aspirations of humanity and the unique heritage of our culture and the olympic movement.
At last, i believe that beijing will prove to be a land of wonders to athletes, spectators and the worldwide television audience alike. come and join us.
Thank you, mr. president. thank you all.
Ladies and Gentlemen:My topic is Honesty.
As a correspondent of the Qingdao Morning News, I visited Dr. James Gilman, the President of the International Committee for Marco Polo Studies in England. In this picture, thiss James, and this is me and we are looking at a dragon’s tooth. This is a true story.
65 years ago, James lived in Qingdao. Then he was only 5 years old. He often visited the Aquarium and was fascinated by a creature on display there, which he thought was a dragon. He was afraid of its sharp teeth and wanted one to keep as a treasure.
In the late 1930s, when the Japanese occupied Qingdao, his family had to leave. On his last day in Qingdao, he ran to the Aquarium and pulled out one of the teeth from the dragon’s mouth.
He kept the tooth for the next 65 years, but the feeling of guilt at having stolen it was there in the background all through his life. It was always on his conscience, and the feeling intensified as he became older. Finally he decided to put right his childish error. In 2002, he visited Qingdao and returned it to the Aquarium with his sincere apologies. He received a warm welcome.
When James visited Qingdao, I accompanied him all the time and reported on his visit. I was deeply touched by his honesty. It has taught me a lot. I think to err is human. The important thing is to have the courage to admit and correct one’s error.
Honesty is a vital quality of human behaviour. So we should try to keep an honest mind in everything we say and do. I would like to say to all of my friends: Let’s be honest people of good moral character.