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  Good afternoon, class.

  Many students like getting online very much. they think on the internet they can get some information, play some educational games and these games help them learn a lot. they can also make friends online.

  But there is also something bad getting online. It takes students too much time, so they do worse in their lessons. Spending too much time online is also bad for their health. I don't think they should spend too much time getting online. I think they should put their hearts into their studies.


  Dear teacher:

  I would like to thank you for all the help you gave me during this past semester. You were alway so patient when i asked you questions. You listened to them carefully and explained everything so thoroughly. You showed me different ways to practice and remember new words and usage. I felt so encouraged and became more comfortable in speaking english. You made the excercise so interesting that i was always very eager to participate and practice. My english has improved so much. How could i thank you enough?I cannot wait to take your clanext semester and keep working on my english.

  Last wish best wishes .

  Sincerely yours


  Good morning:Honorable judges, dear teachers and close friends.

  I’m very glad to stand here to share my speech with you.

  Today I’m going to talk about Love and Take care of er Nature is an exquisite and complex life-system.

  Its charm appears in the trees, stream, soil, insects, moss and fungus, all the things on the earth in different shapes, which are interdependent.

  When you get close to nature, please remember, each tree, stone and species of animals here has lived harmoniously for hundreds, thousands or even millions of years.

  When we pass away, they will continue to live.

  They are the real masters, while we are just the passer-by.

  However, the conduct we unconsciously do, such as picking, lumbering, tramping and abusing can probably destroy the balance of their life.

  Therefore, we must reduce our bad influence as much as possible.

  While you are enjoying the nature, do not forget please, the beauty of the lives also needs to be concerned with and to be life on the earth has a long and touching evolutionary story.

  From the origin, the lives of the human being are equal to those of others; they both are the composing parts of Mother Nature.

  Nevertheless, for some inexplicable reasons, the human becomes the spirits of all creatures.

  Of course, it is the result of the evolution, but still we should be grateful to all our companions in nature for the opportunity they spite of this, humans cannot live without earth.

  They live on the earth, drink the sweet water, and enjoy the sunshine, the air, the sky, the fruit; the grains utilize the energy and so on.

  In a word, the human being cannot live without nature, and Mother Nature makes us grow stronger.I do not like the word Pet, but preferring the word Animal instead.

  I have been loving animal since I was just a little boy.

  When thinking of the Pet Fashion, I always feel much annoyed.

  For the animals will be given a shackle and lose their liberty if they become someones pets.

  Their natural attribution can be deprived, to now, relying on their scientific power, the human have opened up too much and over developed nature, in order to fill up their growing appetites of wealth.

  They destroy the balance of nature, however, they dont realize, their own development and existence will be threatened.

  Therefore, our sights should be focused on nature and we should try to develop the concept of keeping human and nature in should lay emphasis on our education with consider cultural and natural emotion.

  To use the vivid example to wake up the conscience in peoples love nature is to love our mankind.

  As the new generation who enter the new century, we should make efforts to love and respect nature, to treat it well and protect it.

  Only in this way can we have a beautiful nature to enjoy it!Thank you.


  Good morning/afternoon, ladies and gentlemen.

  Consider the lowly toilet. Many of you may not think of the toilet as a form of technology if you think of toilets at all. But, it is and has contributed greatly to the improved health and overall quality of life for mankind.

  On a recent trip to Japan, I was impressed by, among other things, a gadget in most public women's restrooms, called Otohime or Sound Princess. This device produces the sound of flushing water without the need for actual flushing. The technology saves the user both the embarrassment of being heard during urination and some 20 liters of water per use in cases where a woman might flush the toilet continuously while using it.

  Every time I used Otohime, I felt like a princess, an environmentalist princess on the toilet.

  It was a longed for feeling. Over the past decade, I shuffled in and out of many kinds of public restrooms in China--filthy smelly water closets in outlying areas, spacious luxurious lavatories in five-star hotels, forever-occupied girls' stalls on campus during school, and smart modern mobile toilets in international fairs. But not one single "room" evoked my pride of being a princess.

  And I knew why the Sound Princess had. It was not because of the high technology the small bathroom boasted which is becoming ubiquitous worldwide. It was the idealism embodied in the technology that keeps reminding me that in this ever-changing world, I am a responsible and dignified human being even when sitting on a toilet.

  Humanism, no matter how it is defined, aims to strike a balance between us being at the mercy of nature and being too human-centered. In my case, I haven't relieved myself under a tree for a while. I am a proud, dutiful Chinese citizen. Gone are the days when people just found a corner to do their business resulting in poor sanitation and threats to public health. The Otohimetechnology renders me two warnings: First, I am a humble human being with an obligation to save not only my face but also natural resources. Second, there is still a long way to go in my own country not just in developing technology and the economy, but also in upholding human dignity and promoting human welfare. Take the toilet: Dirty, crowdedtoilets shall, at least, give way to clean, human-friendly ones.

  Fortunately, I have seen improvements. At Shanghai World Expo , 8,000 toilets, all modern and technologically sophisticated, were installed across the site. What really delighted the visitors, however, was the user-friendly design and services. Toilets were situated every 100 meters. Several hundred volunteers served as toilet guides and sanitation workers. The ratio of female to male toilet space was set at 2.5 to 1. Soft music was played in the toilets. All this seems to celebrate the glory of comprehensive humanism.

  Ladies and gentlemen, science and technology are here to improve earthly life and maximize human happiness. When our world benefits from technology, coupled with human considerations, we are bound to enjoy our life. Conversely, we suffer.

  The toilet is a piece of sanitaryware and the quintessence of humanism that underlies technological innovation. Like GNP, employment rates, and space exploration efforts, the lowly equipment is an equally important measure of a progressive society. When on a toilet if we feel like a princess, we shall be proud of living in a society that values humanity. If not, we must stand up and make some changes.

  And if you are still baffled with what I have said, I suggest you take off right now and go experience the bathrooms in this auditorium, because they are what makes our life beautiful or ugly, humanism considered or ignored.


  Honourable judges, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. Humanism, by which I mean the will to give people love and care, is the most joyful and meaningful part of being human. From the old days to technologically advanced world, humanism is always telling ordinary but moving stories.

  Let me tell you what touched my heart this winter break, one morning when I visited my grandmother in the hospital. Walking down the cold, tiled corridor, I noticed an old man, with his granddaughter – maybe 10 years old – sitting by his side. I was lured there by her voice – light and playful – and after I'd seen them together, I could barely take my eyes away. Delicately draped over this old man's beeping cardiograph was a silk sheet with an ancient, cheerful Chinese poem beautifully written on it – and now, this little girl's entrancing voice lovingly brought these words to life. I stood there transfixed; no longer did I see the family members swimming in nervousness; no longer did I feel the hospital's tense cloud of anxiety; no longer did I hear mortality's soft whispers in the corridors; instead, I saw a startling marriage of juxtaposing images and emotions. I was beholding, I realized, a bewilderingly simple yet overwhelmingly powerful metaphor – one that shows that no matter how cold an environment technology can conjure, humanity is always there. In the forefront or the fringes, it is always there.

  For here it was, illustrated vividly before me – the coldness of technology embodied in the hospital walls, while the soulful words of the little girl danced around them in defiance.

  This experience opened my eyes in many ways – ever since, I have been acutely aware of, and wonderfully conscious of, the warm heart of humanity surrounding us, whether we choose to recognise it or not. As one psychological theory states, "We see what we want to see". After my experience that day at the hospital, I have chosen to recognize, day by day, the warmth of humanism everywhere I can.

  I refuse to accept the negative, narrow-minded, caustic opinions that technology is eroding our souls. I say to them, let the machines continue their monotonous cacophony, for just one smiling face is infinitely more valuable than a thousand churners of binary code; let technological progress develop and develop until it poetically devours itself, because one heartfelt "hello" to a fellow traveller can speak libraries of warmth; let the powermongers and oil barons puff their last cigars, because the love and care, and warmth of humanism will always shine like beacon, reaching out to each and every heart on this small planet.

  Although I'll probably never see that little girl or her grandfather again, I'll never forget seeing them there in the hospital that day – and if I did, I'd thank them for showing me how vivid yet subtle, how firm yet fragile, and how invisible yet omnipresent the human spirit is in our world today. Thank you.



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