以上這四個主題,都是我很需要的,麻煩大家最好多出一些單字,因為我現在是國二了,文章裡不要再有I am a good student.這種六年級到國一在用的句子了...
- MarkLv 52 0 年前最佳解答
Water is used in homes, in farming, and in manufacturing. The water used by the people comes from oceans, lakes, rivers, and streams. Many water sources are becoming polluted. People are throwing things into the water. Factories are dumping waste materials into the water. Cities are dumping sewage into the water. Some water sources have become so badly polluted that the water cannot be made fit to use. Would you like to drink water that came from a source that had been so badly mistreated? Now is the time that we should take up our responsibility to protect our environment from being polluted.
There was a big fire in one office building in our neighborhood at about nine4 o’clock last night. Many firemen and fire engines came. In the beginning, we saw flames with thick black smoke coming out from the sixth floor; and we also heard the explosion of the gas tank mixed with the noisy sounds from shattering windows. Soon the fire spread one by one to the floors above, and finally reach the top floor. Some aluminum window frames and some brick walls meted and collapsed from the heat. Many people like myself stood outside on the streets watching the fire in horror as we heard the sirens and gas explosions. Luckily there was no one in that office building when the fire broke out. The fire-men were unable to control the fire until the top floor was burned out; it took about one and a half hours for the firemen to put out the big fire. The next morning newspapers carried the story and pictures of the fire.
2.What I Think About the Public Order of Taiwan 我對台灣社會治安的看法
It's quite obvious there have been lots of robberies, thefts, blackmails, kidnapping, and murders in Taiwan these years. According to newspaper, we can find someone extorted, kidnapped, robbed, even killed almost every day. In nine cases out of ten, these cases erupt too suddenly to be guarded against. In other words, it's the chief reason why the public order has been worsened.
Indeed, it's impossible to prevent crimes violence thoroughly, but they are the major factors to worsen the public order. But the crux is that there are not a few unworthy personnel of public security who collude with the evil gangs and fellows. As long as the authorities concerned resolve to penalize them severely and crack down the criminal group continuously, then the public order will be maintained to the full.
3.Double Ten Holiday【雙十節】
Thee night before the holiday we all went out after dinner to see the colored lights and signs on the street close to our house. All the bridge overpasses had lights flags, and colorful signs tied on and the lamp posts had small flags and pictures of Dr. Sun Yat-sen and Chiang Kai-shek. The small colored lights strung up, some blinked on and off. On Double Ten Day we went to Chiang Kasi-shek’s Memorial to see the parade and take pictures. The parade came down the main avenue and split into two side streets going around the Memorial; we had an excellent view of the young seven o’clock that night we went downtown to see the fireworks show along the river. We took the bus downtown and walked to the river. Everyone enjoyed the fireworks; we all wooed and awed at each display. After one hour the show ended, and we went home to bed.
The Moon Festival or Mid –autumn Festival is one of the three major traditional festivals celebrated by Chinese people. Like harvest time in other countries, the Mid-autumn Festival actually began as a thanksgiving celebration, honoring the Soil God and the Crop God. This is also a time for family reunions. Chinese people enjoy moon cakes during this feast just as they eat rice dumplings for the Dragon Boat Festival. It is quite appropriate to bring moon cakes with you in token of festival greetings when calling on people during this season.
4.Remembering My Grade School Days（回憶我的中學生活）
I began school at seven in accordance with the law in a remote village. Short of funds, the school had only a few classrooms, all poorly constructed. Needless to say, our teachers were few, too. As a pupil I preferred the playground to the classroom and often liked to play tricks on girls, as by hiding insects in their desk drawers. On one occasion, I even grimaced behind the back of our teacher, causing the whole class to break into laughter; however, instead of becoming angry, he merely asked why we were laughing and wondered whether there was anything wrong with him. On another occasion, I punctured the tires of a car parked inside the school by using something sharppointed, leaving the principal frightened and bewildered after he had noticed that. Such were the happy moments in my life at that school. The happiest moment, to me and to all of my schoolmates, however, was the one when the school was letting out at the last bell of the day and we were rushing home as if we would never be back. Once, on our way home, a bunch of naughty students found a crickets' hole and exerted themselves to inject water into it with loud cheers. The girls were no less frantic than the boys when they were having a good time at such games as jump-rope, hopscotch and battledore and shuttlecock.