March 26th， 2009
I like your program very much. It has a lot of interesting stories， attractive games and popular English songs. From your program we can learn many new words and expressions. We can improve our listening and speaking in English .We can also know more about the culture of other countries in the world. In a word， we learn a lot from your program.
I‘m sorry to tell you that I can’t follow you easily sometimes because you speak little bit fast. It‘s also a pity that we can only watch your program twice a week.
Thank you for giving us a lot of fun！ I wish your program a bright future！
To： Kayla @hotmail.com
Subject： Re： Pen-pal wanted
I’m Mike. I am 15 years old. I‘m glad to know that you would like to have a pen-pal. I also want to find a pen-pal from the Internet. When I’m free， I like to listen to the music， go hiking and play basketball. I‘m good at English and art .We can learn from each other and be good friends. I hope to hear from you often.
I"m glad you"ll come to Beijing to learn Chinese. Chinese is very useful, and many foreigners are learning it now. It"s difficult for you because it"s quite different from English. You have to remember as many Chinese words as possible. It"s also important to do some reading and writing. You can watch TV and listen to the radio to practise your listening. Do your best to talk with people in Chinese. You can learn Chinese not only from books but also from people around you. If you have any questions, please ask me. I"m sure you"ll learn Chinese well.
Hope to see you soon in Beijing.
日期的写法，如1997年7月30日，英文为：July 30，1997(最为普遍); July 30th，1997;30th July，1997等。1997不可写成97。
(1)写给亲人、亲戚和关系密切的朋友时，用Dear或My dear再加上表示亲属关系的称呼或直称其名(这里指名字，不是姓氏)。例如：My dear father，Dear Tom等。
(2)写给公务上的信函用Dear Madam，Dear Sir或Gentleman(Gentlemen)。注意：Dear纯属公务上往来的客气形式。Gentlemen总是以复数形式出现，前不加Dear，是Dear Sir的复数形式。
(3)写给收信人的信，也可用头衔、职位、职称、学位等再加姓氏或姓氏和名字。例如：Dear Prof. Tim Scales, Dear Dr.John Smith。
4、正文(Body of the Letter)
(1)写给家人、亲戚，用Your loving grandfather，Lovingly yours，Lovingly等;
(2)写给熟人、朋友，用Yours cordially，Yours affectionately等;
(3)写业务信函用Truely yours(Yours truely)，Faithfully yours(Yours faithfully)等;
(4)对上级、长辈用Yours obediently(Obediently yours)，Yours respectfully(Respectfully yours)等。
Dear Wang Gang,
I was very interested to hear that you"ve looking for a penfriend.I have never visited your country but I should be very happy to write to you. Let me introduce myself.
I"m seventeen years old.I study in a high school.I go to school every day. My best-liked subject is biology.I hope to go to university and finally become a doctor.
My favourite sports are football and observing nature.My other hobbies are collecting stamps and doing crossword puzzle.
Please write to me and tell me about yourself.I"m very much looking forward to reading your letter.
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic Choosing an Occupation. You should write at least 120 words following the outline given below in Chinese:
Choosing an Occupation
One of the most important problems a young person faces is deciding what to do. There are some people, of course, who from the time they are six years old “know” that they want to be doctors or pilots or fire fighters, but the majority of us do not get around to making a decision about an occupation or career until somebody or something forces us to face the problem.
Choosing an occupation takes time, and there are a lot of things you have to think about as you try to decide what you would like to do. You may find that you will have to take special courses to qualify for a particular kind of work, or you may find out that you will need to get actual work experience to gain enough knowledge to qualify for a particular .
Fortunately, there are a lot of people you can turn to for advice and help in making your decision. At most schools, there are teachers who are professionally qualified to give you detailed information about job qualifications. And you can talk over your ideas with family members and friends who are always ready to listen and to offer suggestions.
i am writing to tell you how very much i enjoyed the days at chicago.
everything was just about perfect. you certainly know how to make a guest feel at home. your delicious meals were a treat, and your flexibility in adapting to my irregular schedules made many things possible.
i hope you and peter know how i appreciate your hospitality, and your many kindnesses to me. i count myself fortunate indeed to have two such generous charming friends!
with thanks again and best wishes to you.
i would like to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for your very active participation in our recent conference in montreal on the “future of aviation”. the chairman and board members have also asked me to pass on their sincere appreciation for your efforts in supporting the institute in this important undertaking.
your skill in chairing the controversial panel on “the role of developing countries in the future of aviation management” was highly appreciated by those representing all sides of that extremely sensitive topic. as well, we have received numerous post-conference requests for the paper you delivered on “the critical issue of cooperation between airlines and airports”. it appears that you my have penned a best-seller with that one!
on both a professional and a personal level, i really appreciated the time that the two of us were able to spend together for fun and reflection during conference down times. i certainly learned a lot about the unique aspects of aviation operation in your part of the world (not to mention the things you taught me about the backhand on the squash court!)
we are currently hard at work producing the “compendium of conference proceedings” document, and we expect to be sending it out to all participants early in the new year.
again, thanks so much for your enthusiastic participation in our conference. i have no doubt that it would not have been the success that it was without your presence.
please keep in touch ,and drop in and visit us whenever you are in this part of the world.
To our dear teacher，
Happy Teachers‘ Day！
Thank you for teaching us so well.
We hope you’ll have a very happy year in our class.
Good luck！ Best wishes！
From your students
From： __________ To： __________
Date： ___________ Time： ___________
I lost/left a key with a brown monkey(toy) on the playground (on June 26th).Will the finder/anyone who found it， please come to Class 1，Grade 3 of No.1 Middle School( or call/ring on …)
January 13 2007
It was the first day of our winter holiday. All of us were very happy. Why? Because we have one months to do things we love to do. We are free. Although we have some homework. But we can finish them in several days. And the rest time we can make good use of. My god! We have been very tired after hard studying. In winter holidays, I want to have full sleep and eat good food in order to replenish myself. Last but not the least, I will have a good rest.
January 14 2007
It was the second day of our winter holiday. I felt good. I felt I’m free. I had a lot of time to do things I like. My parents are in Beijing. So I live alone but I don’t feel lonely. But I didn’t do something special. I stayed at home and watched TV. Oh! I wrote an English daily composition. It was my homework. Today, I have slept for 14 hours. I thought I was very tired. It was time for dinner. I must go! I am very hungry.