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To Arm not to Arm
  In English there is an expression:"arm to arm" 1It means to fight back, to take revenge2 on the party who does wrong to you. Is it right to fight arm to arm. This is truly a question.
   Recently in my school, one of my classmates was beaten by some one of the other class. The reason is simple. He tried to stop a group of people who wanted to break into our classroom, for they meant to hurt one of the boys in the class. They were certainly rude people. They hated him, for he stood in their way. So they beat him hard by their fist3 and knocked him on the back and kicked him all over the body. He was hurt not only in body, but in heart. He was burning with the hatred, and decided to take his revenge.
  The next two days he did not appear in the classroom. Later we heard that he took some of his best friends along to take his revenge on one of the members who bullied4 him the day before. Some of my classmates agreed to his conducts, and are sympathetic5 to his behavior. He was the boy who had his dignity hurt. Why couldn't he fight back? Others disagreed with the view. They said he could do something else to solve the affair. Two parties argued, and could not reach an agreement.
  Was he right to fight back? Later we knew that he had some trouble because of this revenge. The mother of the boy who was beaten came to school, and found the schoolmaster. She reported the affair to the school. Now our classmate is waiting for his bad news.
  Arm to Arm, this is one way to solve your problem. In my view it is not the best. Why doesn't he do something else. He could go and find out who those men were, and reported to school, or sought the policemen for help. Sometimes the best thing to do is to not to fight, but be reasonable, and wait for best opportunity.
  注释:
  1. arm to armprep.pht 以牙还牙
  2. revenge n.报复
  3. fist n. 拳头
  4. bully vt.欺凌
  5. sympatheticadj.同情的,赞成的
  
  The Most Exciting Moment
  Are you a football fan? If so, I'm sure you won't forget the night of Oct. 7th, 2001. If not, I'd like to share the most exciting moment with you.
   That was the most important game for China's football team to enter the World Cup. It was between China and Oman.
   There were only ten minutes left for the 1st half; the score was still 0:0. Suddenly, SunJihai who has been playing in England got the ball, kicked it across to Fan Zhiyi, who has also been playing in England. It was a beautiful kick, however, a player of Oman jumped and stopped the ball with his head. All the spectators1 burst into a loud sigh of regret. Just at that time, up rushed Yang Chen who has been playing in Germany and has become more and more popular.
  He got the ball and quickly passed it to Yu Genwei. Without missing a second, Yu Genwei put the ball into the dead corner of the goal. All the spectators began shouting and cheering joyfully.
  That goal locked the score at 1:0 until the end. It means that China has qualified2 for the 2002 World Cup finals in South Korea and Japan. It has taken China's football team a 44-year journey to realize the dream and it has come true at last! That night it was hard for the Chinese football fans to fall asleep. After the excitement, we learned some factors behind this success. Thanks to China's football league matches which began in 1994, football has become more and more popular in China. China's football level is becoming higher and higher, and the desire to enter the World Cup is becoming stronger and stronger. The popularity of football has spread all over China.
  Do you still remember the night of July 13th? It was also a historic moment. China won the bid to host the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
  Both events show that the power of our country is growing stronger and stronger. Behind each event there is the strong backing of our motherland--the People's Republic of China. Sports is developing quickly in China and this is the most important factor.
   Just as Li Weifeng said after the match,"Long live our motherland!" Let's join hands to cheer our football team. Good luck to you, football in China! Good luck to you, China's football team!
  注释:
   1.spectator n.观众
   2. qualify vt.使具有资格,使合格
  
  An Unforgettable English Class
  Our headmaster invited a foreign teacher to our school to give us an English class. Luckily, our class was chosen to have the English class. The foreign teacher came from Australia, and taught English in Zhangdian.
  All the students in our class went to the biggest classroom and waited for the foreign teacher to come.' At half past seven in the evening, he came into the dassroom with a big smile on his face. He was very tall and thin; his yellow hair and blue eyes made us like him very much. We all gave him a warm welcome.
  "Good evening, class! How are you?" We didn't answer immediately. After a few minutes, we answered, "Good evening, fine." He told us lots of things about Australia. Though he used body language, we couldn't understand him well. Sometimes he wrote the new words on the blackboard; sometimes he drew pictures so that we could understand him. How good his handwriting was! It was much better than mine, even than our teacher's.
   At last, we asked him many questions. I asked him a few questions, but he couldn't understand me and didn't answer me. I had to sit down. How sad I felt! I couldn't understand what he said. I hated that ! knew few words. I hated my weak listening ability.
   Before he left, he told us that if we wanted to learn English well, we must read more and speak more.
   From that class, I found my English was poor. I think I must read and speak English every day as the foreign teacher told us. I believe I can talk with foreigners freely before long.