We all know that water is very important to human beings, while rainwater is also very important to plants. Their mother gives their first life, but rainwater provides them the second life. Without rainwater, the plants, especially the wild plants will thirst to die. As living in the wilderness, they can’t get the attention from human beings. So they have to drink the natural water, which is from the rainwater. We all know that we can bear hunger for a short time, but we couldn’t stand thirsty. So do the plants. So, you can see how important rainwater is to plants.
I am an American and stayed there all the time. But when I am a middle school student, I come to China as an exchange student. In China, I meet many difficulties. The biggest challenge for me is to learn Chinese. Oh, god, it is so hard. There are so many Chinese and every word has many meanings. What’s worse, the same pinyin may have various meanings and intonation also makes great difference. I don’t know how to open my mouth. Although there are many people help me, I still find it difficult to learn Chinese well.
Lin Hao is a student, He is only nine years old, After Wenchuan Earthquake happen,he saved two of his
classmates, Then he walked for seven hours to safety.
I was deeply moved by his story. I think he is a brave boy, He did his best when he faced great danger.
I should learn from him, I will think of others first and help them as much as possible,
I Will never give up when I face any difficulties.
After I read the news, I felt very excited.
Lei Feng was a good example all the young people in our country learned from in the 1960s and 1970s.
But these years people seem to have given up the iedas of Lei Feng .
They don't care about public interests and never think of others.
All These have done great harm to the society.
Now, we students have realized the seriousness of the problem.
and have decided to learn from Lei Feng.
We are glad that Lei Feng has come back again.
Last Saturday--April 28th, my classmates and I went to the park near my school. Can you guess what we did there?Not for amusement but to take part in a volunteer labour.
We reached the park at nine o'clock. The whole class was divided into three groups. I was in Group Three.
Each group had different tasks. Group One planted trees and watered flowers. Group Two was told to pick up litter left by the tourists and cleaned all the benches. The group that I was in wiped all the equipment in the Children's Playground. All of us worked hard.
Before noon we finished working. Each of us felt a little bit tired, but we were happy because we had done a good deed.