In the future, the world will be more beautiful there will be fewer cars, and there will be less pollution. Cities will be very big and clean. There will be more trees.
People will have robots in their homes. Robots can help people do lots of housework, for example, do the dishes,wash the clothes,cook dinner… And people won’t use money, because everything will be free. Student won’t go to school , the studying at home on computers. People will have a lot of free time.
I think the life will be beautiful in the future. How about you
We got there at nine o'clock. After pided into three groups, we began to work. Each group had their own tasks. Group one planted trees and watered flowers. Group Two picked up litter left by tourists and cleaned the benches. My group wiped all the equipment in Children's Playground. Each of us worked hard. At about half past eleven, we finished working. Though we were tired,we were happy. It was a meaningful day for us because we had done a good deed.
Last Saturday--April 28th, my classmates and I went to the park near my school. Can you guess what we did there?Not for amusement but to take part in a volunteer labour. We reached the park at nine o'clock. The whole class was pided into three groups. I was in Group Three. Each group had different tasks. Group One planted trees and watered flowers. Group Two was told to pick up litter left by the tourists and cleaned all the benches. The group that I was in wiped all the equipment in the Children's Playground. All of us worked hard. Before noon we finished working. Each of us felt a little bit tired, but we were happy because we had done a good deed.
上周六一4月28日，我和同学去了学校附近的公园。你猜猜我们去做什么了?不是去玩而是去参加公益劳动。 我们九点钟到达公园。全班共分成三个小组，我在笫三组。 各组有各自的任务：一组种树，浇花；二组要求捡拾游客丢弃的果皮纸屑；我所在的小组擦拭了儿童游乐场的所有设施。大家干得都很起劲。 中午之前我们结束了劳动。每个人都感到有点儿累，但却很高兴，因为我们做了一件好事。
I spent this summer vacation in quite a different way. I used to run about every day in previous summer vacations, but this summer vacation I simply could not afford to do so. I would soon be in the last year of my high-school education and would after graduation be up against the college entrance examinations. Though those examinations were still a year away, I had to start early to make myself well prepared by reviewing all those things I had learned at school and this summer vacation was the ideal time for me to do this. At first I was rather dismayed at the thought of this, but later I thought it was better this way because by working hard this summer I could count on endless happy summers to come. With this in mind I then set to work like anything and only occasionally went out for a change or did some physical. I was not at all bored by this kind of life, for I was sustained by a hope.
Everybody have a dream, because we’re dreamers. In our heart, there is a colorful dream. Sometimes the dream is perfect, sometimes it’s special, sometimes it’s sweet, sometimes it’s yummy.
In my dream, there are some children. I always play games with them and enjoy ourselves. There are so many candies, too. Blue candies, pink candies, orange candies, apple candies…How delicious! In my dream, there is a special sky. In our world, the sky is blue, but the sky of my dream is pink, some angels are having fun there. In my dream, white bird can fly high, flowers can sing songs, frogs have a jump race, tomatoes are blue, potatoes are yellow, all the things are different.
In my dream, Chinese people, Korean people, Japanese people, Italian people, Spanish people, American people and Russian people are hand in hand. All the people smile for ever. It is a balanced world. .
In my dream, everything is wonderful, but our world isn’t like it. So we must like my dream, to let our world get more beautiful!
There is no such thing as purely objective observation. All observation is subjective; it is always guided by the observer s expectations or desires.
The speaker claims that all observation is subjective--colored by desire and expectation. While it would be tempting to concede that we all see things differently, careful scrutiny of the speaker s claim reveals that it confuses observation with interpretation. In fact, in the end the speaker s claim relies entirely on the further claim that there is no such thing as truth and that we cannot truly know anything. While this notion might appeal to certain existentialists and epistemologists, it runs against the grain of all scientific discovery and knowledge gained over the last 500 years.
It would be tempting to afford the speaker s claim greater merit than it deserves. After all, our everyday experience as humans informs us that we often disagree about what we observe around us. We ve all uttered and heard uttered many times the phase That s not the way I see it! Indeed, everyday observations--for example, about whether a football player was out of bounds, or about which car involved in an accident ran the red light--vary depending not only on one s spatial perspective but also on one s expectations or desires. If I m rooting for one football team, or if the player is well-known for his ability to make great plays while barely staying in bounds, my desires or expectations might influence what I think I observe.
Or if I am driving one of the cars in the accident, or if one car is a souped-up sports car, then my desires or expectations will in all likelihood color my perception of the accident s events.