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  We。 tried so hard to make things better for our kids that we made them worse. For my grandchildren, I d know better.

  I d really like for them to know about hand-me-down clothes and home-made ice cream and leftover meatloaf. I really woul。d.

  My。 cheri。shed grandson, I hope you learn humility by surviving failur。e and that you learn to be honest even when no one is looking.

  I hope you lea。rn to make your bed and mow the lawn and wash the car-and I hope nobody gives you a brand-。new car when you are sixteen.

  It will be good if at least one time you can see a baby calf born。, and you have a good friend to be with you if you ever have to put your old dog to sleep.

  I hope you get a black eye fig。hting for something you believe in.

  I hope you have to share a bedroom with your younger broth。er. And it is all right to draw a line d。own the middle of the room, b。ut when he wants to crawl under the covers wit。h you because he s scared, I hope you ll let him.

  And when you want to see a Disney movie and your kid brother wants to tag along, I hope you take him.

  I hope you have to walk uph。i。ll with your friends and t。hat you live in a town where you can do it safely.

  If you want a slingshot, I hope your father teaches you how。 to make one instead of buying one. I hope you learn to dig in the dirt and read books, and when you learn to。 use computers, you also learn how to add and。 subtract in your。 head.

  I hope you get razzed by friends when you have your first crush on a girl, and tha。t when you talk back to your mother you learn what Ivory soap tastes like.

  May you skin your knee cli。mbing a。 mountain, burn your hand on the stove and stick your tongue on a frozen flagpole.

  I hope you get sick when someone blows smok。e in your face. I don t care if y。ou try beer once,。 but I hope。 you won t like it. And if a friend offers you。 a joint or any dr。ugs, I hope yo。u are smart enough to realize that person is not your fri。end.

  I su。re hope you make time to sit on a porch with your grandpa or go fishing with your uncle.

  I hope your mot。her punishes you when you thro。w a baseball through a neig。hbor s window, and that she hugs you and kisses you when you give her a plaster of pared。 mold of you。r hand。.

  These things I wi。sh fo。r you-tough times and dis。appointment, hard。 work a。nd happiness.

  爷爷的期望非常。简单 幸福快乐就好


















  Learning:A Lifelong Career

  As。 fo。od is to the body, so is learning to the mind. Our bodies。 gr。ow and muscles develop with the intake of adequate nutritious food. Like。wise, we sh。ould keep learning da。y by day to。 maintain our keen mental power and expand our intellectual capacity. Constant learning supplies us wi。th inexhaustible fuel for driving us to sharpen our power of reasoning, analysis, and judgment. Lea。rning incessantly is the surest way to keep pace with the times i。n the information age, and an infallible war。rant of suc。cess in times of uncertainty.

  Onc。e learning stops。, vegetation sets in. It is。 a。 c。ommon fallacy to regard school as the only workshop for the acquisition of knowledge. On。 the contrary, learning should be a never-ending process, from the cradle to th。e grave. With the world ever changing so f。ast, the cease fro。m learning for just a few day。s wil。l。 make a person lag behind. What's worse, the animalistic ins。tinc。t dormant deep in our subco。nsciousness。 will come to l。ife, weakening our will to pursu。e our noble ideal, sapping our determination to sweep away obs。tacles to our s。uccess and strangling our desire for the refinem。ent of our character. Lack of learning will inevitably lead to the。 stagnation of t。he mind, or even wor。se, its fossilization, Therefore, to st。ay mentally youn。g, we ha。ve to t。ake learn。ing as a lifelong caree。r.





  heavy schoolwork

  In my opi。nion, the schoolwork now。 being assigned to high school students is too heavy. While it is true that students nee。d to study, they need other things as well if they are to grow into hea。lthy and we。ll-rounded adults. High should be allowed more time for play. Playing is not wasting time, as some think. It gives them physical exercise, and also exercises their imagination. Which tends to be stifled by to。o much study. Finally, the pressure put on high school student。s by excessive schoolwork can caus。e serious stress, which is unhealthy physi。cally and mentally. I do not advocate the elimin。ation of schoolwork. I do think, howeve。r, tha。t a reduction of the current heavy load would be beneficial to students and to t。he society as a whole.





  Lost time is never found aga。in. This is something。 which I le。ar。ned very clearly last semester. I spen。t so much time fooling around th。at my grades began to suffer. I finally realized that something had to be done. It was time for a change.

  Now I have a new plan for using my time wisely. I have set my a。larm clock ahead half an hour. This will gi。ve me a head start on the day. I have also decided to keep a log of what I do and when I do it. Looking back on what I’ve done will give me some ideas on how to reorganize my time.





  Work a。nd Play

  Work and。 play do not contradict each other; in fact。, they c。omplement each other. As the saying goes,。 "A。ll work and no play makes Jack a d。ull boy." A life burdened with work leads you no。where, for you would。 get ti。red and bored with your d。aily ro。utine work. On the ot。her hand, proper recreation will relieve t。he tensi。on and discomfort of our monotonous life because it offers。 you various ways to let out your pent-up emotio。ns.

  What I usually do to relax after school is jogging and seeing movies. Usu。al。ly I don't spare time for exercise, but I value the physica。l education class at school. Jogging several ro。unds i。n the field certain。ly relieves the day's pressure. On weekends, I'll。 catch the morning movie for my visual enjoyment.。 I feel revived。 and energeti。c for another week's work-load.





  My firs。t Job

  My first job was at a cramming school. It was three years ago when I just graduated f。rom。 junior h。igh school and finished the entrance examination. since。 I had nothing to do that summer, I decided。 to find a job, tasting the joy of i。ndependence.

  I was responsible f。or answering the telephone and taking the message. I worked eight hours a。 day, six days a week. The work wa。s not difficult nor heavy to me an。d I guess。 I d。id well. The most delighted thing was per。haps that I could spend the money I earned all by mysel。f.





  My Fa。vorite Sports

  Sports help everyone to keep heal。thy, happy, and ef。ficient.。 So I pay special attention to games, especiall。y table-tennis. Tab。le tennis is my。 favorite game. I pl。ay it almost every day.

  Table-tennis is an ideal game for us because it。 brings the whol。e body into actio。n. It str。e。ngthens our muscle。s, expands our lungs, prom。otes the circulation of the blood, an。d causes a healthy action of the skin. Besides, it is very amusing and does not cost us much money. Table-tennis is very moderate; it is not s。o rough as football. It is an indoor game and can be played even on rainy days. Thus, it is my favorite kind of exercise.





  Fox and cock

  One morning a fox sees a co。ck.He think,"This is my breakfast.''

  He comes up to the c。ock and sa。ys,"I kno。w you can sing very well.Can you sing for me。?''The cock is glad.He closes his ey。es and begins to sing.The fox sees tha。t a。nd catches him in his mouth and c。arries him away.

  The people in th。e。 field see the fox.They cry,"。Look。,look!The fox is carrying the cock away.''

  The cock says to the fox,"Mr Fox,do you understand?The people say yo。u are carrying their cock away.Tell them it is yours.N。ot theirs.''

  The fox opens his mouth and says,"The coc。k i。s mine,not yo。urs.''Just then the cock runs away from the fox and flies into the tree.







  The City Mouse and the Country M。ouse

  Once t。here were two mice. The。y were friends. One mouse l。ived in the country; the other mouse lived in the city. After man。y years the Country mouse saw the City mouse; he said, "Do come and see me at my house in the country." So t。he City mouse went. The City mouse said, "Th。is food is not good, and yo。ur house is not good. Why do you live in a hole in the field? You shou。ld come and。 live in the city. You would live in a nice house made。 of stone. You would have nice food to eat. You must come and see me at my house i。n the city."

  The Count。ry mouse went to the house of the City mouse. It was a very good house. Nice food was set ready for them to eat. But just as they began to eat they heard a gr。e。at noise. The City mouse cried, " Run! Ru。n! The cat is coming!" They r。a。n away quickly and hid.

  After some time they came out. When the。y came out,。 the Country mouse said, "I do not like livi。ng in the city. I like。 livi。ng in。 my hole in the field. Fo。r it is nicer to be。 poo。r and happy, than to。 be rich and afraid."






  But the tea。cher cried

  The six-year-old Joh。n was te。rribly spoiled . His fathe。r kn。ew it, but his grandma doted on him. He hardly left her side. And when he wanted anything, he eit。her cried or threw a temper tantrum. Then came his first day。 of school, his first day away from his grandmother's l。oving arms.

  When he came home from。 school his grandma met him at the door.

  "Was school all righ。t?" she asked, "Di。d you get along all right? did you cry?。"

  "Cry?" John a。sked. "No, I didn't。 cry, but the teacher did。!"





  10.Mixed dou。bles

  Teacher of Physic。al Education: Have you ever seen mixed doubles,boys?

  Nick: Yes,sir。. Quite of ten. I sa。w it even last night.

  Teacher: Please t。ell us some thing abo。ut it.

  Nick: Oh。,sorry,sir. My fathe。r al。ways says, "Domestic shame should not be published."





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