I love English because it can be very helpful in my future career,for English is so widely used in the world. Moreover, I find it very interesting to learn a subject that is absolutely different from Chinese culture. In the course of learning English, I learn a lot of things about Western countries, which is very fresh and interesting for me.I make friends with somes foreigners in a Englsih website,we communicate with each other about our countries’unique culture,I think I am making contribution to connecting China and the world.
Perhaps the sky is still blue, but I can see the black sky. Perhaps the flowers are still beautiful, but I can see the ugly flowers. Perhaps the sun still shines, but there’s no sun in my world. Perhaps the world doesn’t change, but my world is changing. The exam has been over, but I can’t wake up because I think I did very badly.
But I know, even if you didn’t do well this time, but you can do well next time. Time can’t run backwards, you can try your best to do something well in the future.
I think, there’s no winning or losing in the world. Tomorrow, the sun rises again; we will have a new day!
English is a West Germanic language that developed in England during the Anglo-Saxon era. As a result of the military, economic, scientific, political, and cultural influence of the British Empire during the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries and of the United States since the mid 20th century,it has become the lingua franca in many parts of the world. It is used extensively as a second language and as an official language in Commonwealth countries and many international organizations.
Historically, English originated from several dialects, now collectively termed Old English, which were brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers beginning in the 5th century. The language was influenced by the Old Norse language of Viking invaders. After the Norman conquest, Old English developed into Middle English, borrowing heavily from the Norman (Anglo-French) vocabulary and spelling conventions. The etymology of the word “English” is a derivation from 12th century Old English: englisc or Engle, and plural form Angles; definition of, relating to, or characteristic of England. Modern English developed with the Great Vowel Shift that began in 15th-century England, and continues to adopt foreign words from a variety of languages, as well as coining new words. A significant number of English words, especially technical words, have been constructed based on roots from Latin and ancient Greek.
Honesty means speaking the truth and being fair and upright in act. Considered as a virtue, it is admired in every country and every culture. One who lies and cheats is dishonest. Dishonesty is generally looked down upon as an evil, and therefore is despised and condemned by everyone.
As the proverb goes, “honesty is the best policy”. If you want to win the trust and respect from others, you have to be honest. People are ready to help and make friends with honest persons, whereas a liar is not believed even when he speaks the truth. If you want to succeed in your study and work, the first qualification is honesty. Therefore, whatever your aim is, you must work honestly to reach it.
Many people, however, try various dishonest means in order to get what they want. For instance, some people manage to get promoted by briery or telling lies. Some academic works are full of plagiarisms. Some students cheat in exams instead of making honest efforts. Money-oriented salespeople cheat consumers by advertising fake commodities. Such people are condemned and will be punished sooner or later though they benefit from their dishonest behaviors for the time being.
Jingjing-year-old playing in the yard, careful not to fall. Two days later, my mother found Jingjing not lift his left hand, and had injured her collarbone. Mom vexation pain, but there Jingjing a windfall: “Mom, I now know which side is left out!” Jingjing is too small, has been hard to tell about this great, she knows: pain there is left!
Jingjing to distinguish between left and right fell and experience, gave us many useful lessons: the process is often thwarted the process of access to true knowledge. Through the rugged path in order to truly appreciate the joys of life; through the wilderness of the fog, bright sunshine to deep feelings. Without rain, how rainbow; eat a cut, it is difficult wisdom!