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《红楼梦》由曹雪芹和高鹗所著。小说以贾氏家族为故事核心,描述了贾家从一个富裕、有权有势的家族沦落为破落家庭的过程。小说成功塑造了100多个经典人物,他们分属于清朝的不同阶层。《红楼梦》对中国的封建社会有深刻的描绘, 如果要了解中国人复杂的价值观, 最好先能读懂《红楼梦》。 毛主席评价道:“《红楼梦》不仅是爱情故事,也是历史故事,因为它描述了封建时代的兴败。”

A Dream of Red Mansions is attributed to Cao Xueqin and Gao-E. The author chose Jia Clan as the focus, depicting how an affluent and influential family with prestige lost its favor and descended to crash. In the novel, about 100 classic characters are successfully portrayed. These characters concern people of all ranks in the Qing Dynasty. A Dream of Red Mansions is a remarkable story about Chinese feudal society. To understand Chinese values in all its complexity, one can do no better than to read A Dream of Red Mansions. “It is not only a love story, but also a history stor y, because it describes the success and failure of the feudal period,” said Chairman Mao.

====================================================================== 故宫,又名紫禁城,为明清共二十四位皇帝统治中国近500年的皇宫。它位于北京市中心,在天安门广场的北侧,形状为长方形。南北长960米,东西宽750米,占地72公顷,总建筑面积达15万平方米。故宫是世界上现存规模最大、最完整的古代木构宫殿。它分为外朝和内廷两部分,外朝是皇帝上朝处理国家大事的地方,内廷是皇帝和皇室的居住地。1987年,故宫被联合国教科文组织列入世界文化遗产。

The Imperial Palace, also called the Forbidden City was the palace where the 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties ruled China for roughly 500 years. The Imperial Palace is located in the center of Beijing, on the northern side of Tian’anmen Square, rectangular in shape, 960 meters from north to south and 750 meters wide from east to west, with an area of 72 hectares and a total floor space of 150 000 square meters. It’s the world’s largest and most integral palace made of wood in existence. The Forbidden City is divided into two parts: the outer court and the inner court. The outer court was the place where the emperors gave audience and handled state affairs, while the inner court was the living quarters for the emperors and their families. In 1987 the Imperial Palace was listed by the UNESCO as one of the World Cultural Heritage sites.

最近,一些地方大学开始将方言列为某些学生的必修课程,学生们要学习当地方言,然后被评分以作为毕业的依据之一。一方面,支持此种做法的人认为,将方言列为必修课可防止其消失,从而使当地传统文化和文化多样性得以弘扬,同时城市独特的个性得以保留。另一方面,反对此种做法的人争论说,当地学生与外地学生相比有很多绝对优势,因此将方言列为必修课会引起教育不公平的问题。而且,将方言列为必修课程还会引起一些其他问题,如教材使用、师资问题和考试标准等。在我看来,方言作为传统文化不可缺少的一部分和一种交流工具,可以让学生自愿学习和使用,而不是强制完成。

Recently, it has been practiced by some local universities that dialect is made a compulsory course for some students, under which students are subject to learning the local dialect and then graded as one of the judging factors for them to graduate. On the one hand, people approving the practice maintain that it will help to prevent the dialect from extinguishing so that the local traditional culture and the cultural diversity can be enhanced, and the unique urban identity can be preserved simultaneously. On the other hand, people in opposition to the practice contend that it will give rise to the appearance of educational inequality, for the local students will enjoy absolute advantages over those from other places. Moreover, the inclusion of dialect in compulsory courses will bring forth other problems like teaching material, teachers and examination standards. As far as I am concerned, dialects, as an indispensable part of local traditional culture as well as a tool for communication, can be acquired and used voluntarily, not compulsorily.

预测作文:

On the Losing of Traditional Culture

1. 现在许多传统文化正慢慢消失

2. 传统文化消失的原因

3. 我的看法

参考范文:

On the Losing of Traditional Culture

It is widely noted that lots of traditional culture is disappearing along with the development of technology* Many ancient architectures and traditional ways of living have been deserted. It seems that the traditional culture and craftmanship will be replaced in this modem era.

The following reasons can account for the above phenomenon. Firstly, traditional technologies are always considered ineffective while the new sciences are always highly efficient. Secondly, it is costly to protect the traditional culture.

The fund used to protect the ancient culture was instead delivered to the poor, it will be helpful to the improvement of their living standard. Thirdly ,modern science and technology facilitate both our daily and academic life a tot. For instance, college students always collect their thesis materials by surfing the Internet instead of borrowing books from the library.

In my opinion, although traditional culture is an ancient heritage, it couldn't keep pace with the development of society. It is the tide of history that the traditional culture and technology will no doubt be eliminated in the end.

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1. 我们经常在公共场合见到各种不文明的行为,叙述你的一次相关经历;

2. 这些不文明行为会有哪些影响;

3. 我们应该怎样改善这种现象。

Immoral Behaviors in Public

We have all seen or experienced it before---those inappropriate and often unsanitary actions which disgust and annoy most cultured people in society. Spitting, littering, peeing in public---all these and others fall into this category. I personally had the embarrassing experience one late night of seeing a man peeing alongside the river. He was not embarrassed at all.

Such inappropriate public behavior has a terrible effect on society. For one thing, most unsanitary behavior can spread germs and diseases to the general public. For another, they contribute to the pollution of the environment and show little or no consideration for the environment.

We must take steps as a society to improve this situation. Our government should sponsor public announcements and advertisements to emphasize the cultural inappropriateness of this kind of behaviors. Our schools and teachers should teach and enforce acceptable standards for all students. And in the home, parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles should all work together to teach the children what is right by example.

1. 现在有越来越多的孩子使用手机

2. 人们对此看法不一

3. 我的看法

参考范文:

There is a growing tendency nowadays that children in mounting numbers own mobile phones. Does anyone hold the same attitude towards this phenomenon? Definitely not. Actually, opinions vary from person to person.

Some emphasize the merits(优点) of children ’s using mobile phones, they hold that children can contact with their parents or friends conveniently especially when they are confronted with (面对)difficulties or dangers. Moreover, mobile phones equipped with (装配有)various interesting games are also a convenient source of recreation and relaxation (娱乐和放松的来源)for children who have been under an enormous pressures from an overload of studies (承担过量学业的压力). On the contrary, a majority of people hold that mobile

phones are detrimental to (对„有害)children. For one thing, children’s being addicted to(孩子们对„的沉溺)mobile phones is nothing but a waste of their precious and limited time, which will definitely interfere with (影响)their studies. Additionally, radiation from mobile phone will exert a detrimental impact on (对„产生有害的影响)children ’s body health.

From my perspective,it is not advisable that children should bring mobile phones. It is unbelievable that some students carry mobile phones just for the purpose of(目的)killing their precious time instead of keeping in touch with their parents regularly. The supposed helpful (本应该有利的)tool has become harmful. Accordingly, children should concentrate their time and energy on studies,those which might become distractions should not be introduced to them.

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1. 部分大学生有不健康的生活习惯,例如:晚睡、过度消费、沉溺游戏

2. 这种不健康生活习惯的危害

3. 如何纠正

写作思路依然是上课反复强调的功能段落的写作思路:首段为负面现象描述(即提出问题) ,二段为问题分析(危害) ,尾段为建议措施。

参考范文:

It can be noticed that there are some unhealthy living habits among young people, especially college students. Typical examples include staying up late, being addicted to games, consuming in an inappropriate way. Thus, due attention should be paid to students’ daily habits.

Apparently, these bad habits may generate negative impacts. To begin with, they may impair students ’ physical health and psychological fitness. In addition, what worries many teachers is that they may also exert negative influences on students’ academic performance. To conclude, never can we turn a blind eye to these phenomena.

In view of the seriousness of this issue, it is time that we took effective measure. Firstly, it is suggested that universities or colleges should cultivate students ’ awareness of healthy living. Secondly, students themselves are well-advised to learn to regulate and control their own life appropriately. Only by doing so, can we hope to see the ideal scenes in which students enjoy their colorful and healthy life in Ivory Tower.

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled College Students on the Job Market. You should write at least 150 words following the outline given below.

1. 如今的大学毕业生面临的职业选择:兴趣重要还是工资重要

2. 你的观点

3. 结论

参考范文:

Upon graduation, virtually all college students confront the problem of choosing. It is truly a tough choice. Student's opinions differ greatly on this issue. Some hold that priority should be given to their interest in the job, but others take the attitude that salary is the most critical factor influencing choices.

As for myself, I prefer the latter view. A well-paid job exerts a tremendous fascination on great number of people, with no exception to me. Although it might be impossible to measure the value of one's job in terms of money. Salary counts most when I choose my future career. In my veiw our career largely depend on how and where we have been brought up. I come from a poor urban family and my parents are both laid-off workers. In order to finance my tuition, they have been working hard over the past four years. As the only son in my family, I have to shoulder the burden of supporting my family.

In short, salary is the first consideration in my choice of career.

The Craze of Pursuing Graduate Studies

Each year, millions of Chinese college students sit for qualifying examinations for graduate studies, primarily in Master’s programs. Students prepare for those examinations either through years of arduous self-education or by spending large sums of money attending local training schools. The publishing of examinations-related study materials and the training programs offered, both online and offline, have combined to form a sizable industry.

An alarming fact about this craze is that most students pursue graduate studies not out of their voluntary will. Faced with the harsh reality in the employment market, which is forever looking for graduates with higher degrees, many college graduates find going to graduate schools is a good way to avoid unemployment and to enhance one’s competitiveness in future job hunting.

However, without that voluntary initiative, most students who do enter graduate schools are not motivated. For them, the only thing that ultimately counts is the degree or the diploma which they expect could give them an upper hand against other job hunters. As to the actual substance of their graduate studies, it’s not a big deal for them, as long as it leads to that degree or diploma. It is really pathetic to see that students undertake graduate studies with an ulterior motive—not for the sake of loving what they study, but for the sake of merely landing a job, which in many cases might be unrelated to what they have studied.

The chill truth is that students soon find their anticipations are a mere dream. As so many undergraduates proceed onto graduate studies, the employment situation remains as severe as ever. Instead of bringing about apparent competitive edges, two or three years of additional academic training is simply a waste of time and energy. They need to reflect on this craze and would have been better off distinguishing themselves with outstanding knowledge and skills when they were undergraduates.

每年,数以百万计的中国大学生参加研究生入学资格考试,主要是攻读硕士学位课程。学生们要么通过数年艰辛的自学,要么通过花上不菲的一笔钱参加当地培训学校的课程,来准备这些资格考试。与考试相关的学习材料的出版,以及网上和网下所提供的培训课程,一起构成了一个规模可观的产业。

关于这股热潮,一个触目惊心的事实是,大多数学生并不是出于他们自主的意愿而去追求研究生阶段的学习的。面对着就业市场上严峻的现实,看着雇主们永远将目光投向那些学历更高的毕业生,许多大学生发现,进入研究生院去攻读硕士学位不失为一个良策,一方面避免了失业,另一方面可以提升未来求职过程中的竞争力。

然则,没有了那份由衷而发的积极性,最终得以进入研究生院的学生,其中大多数缺乏自我上进的动力。对于他们而言,最终而言,唯有其文凭或学位事关重大。他们希望,这个学位或文凭能提升其优势,战胜其他求职者。至于他们研究生课程实际学习什么内容,于他们而言并非关键所在,只要所学的东西能带来一纸学位或文凭即可。看着学生们并非怀着一种真实的意图去攻读研究生课程,实在令人感到悲哀:学生们并不真正热爱其所学的内容,而只是为了找到一份工作,并且这份工作在很多情形中可能与其所学专业毫不相关。

一个令人心寒的事实真相是,学生们很快就会发现,他们的期望纯粹是一种幻想。由于本科之后继续读研的学生如此之众,就业形势一如既往地严峻。二至三年额外的学术训练没能给学生带来显著的竞争优势,而是令他们白白地浪费了时光与精力,大学生们有必要对此热潮展开反思。如果他们早在本科期间就以优异的学识与能力脱颖而出的话,他们的处境肯定会来的好得多。