What is presented here is a very interesting scenario…… . From the subtitle we can infer that…… . Conspicuously,…… .
We can deduce from the picture that…… . It partly owes to…… , and partly to…… . Except the case reflected in the picture, there are numerous evidence demonstrating…… . For example,…… .
From a personal point of view, I am delighted to witness ……. To sum up,…… . As for China,…… . Therefore,……. I can firmly conclude that in the long run, cultural exchanges will contribute to a flourishing Chinese and global economy, as well as diversified cultures.
It is a very eye-catching photo in which…… . What makes this picture extraordinary is ……, which clearly indicates…… .
The sense of that permeates this picture is representative of…… , that is,…… , and therefore，…… . China， in particular，…… . The effect of such communication can be best exemplified by …….
While people belong to nations, cultures know no boundary. ……is not only featured by…… ,but more importantly, by…… . I firmly believe that is contributing, and will contribute more to the world’s peace, development, and prosperity.
You have learnt from the university BBS that a famous IT company is recruiting a software programmer intern. Write a letter to the company’s HR manager, Mr. Wang, to express your wish of applying for the internship, state your qualifications, and suggest a personal interview.
Dear Mr. Wang,
I am a computer science major from Peking University, and I am writing in response to your advertisement for recruiting a software programmer intern posted on our university BBS yesterday. I hope I can take the job.
The main reason for my confidence in this position lies in both my extensive academic training in software programming, and my work experience in the relevant industry which has further polished my abilities. Moreover, I have much spare time this semester, which can ensure my time commitment for the internship. Please find more details in my enclosed resume.
Thank you for your time and patience, and I would greatly appreciate it if you could grant me an interview.
范文 4 购物方式的变化
The chart above shows the change of ways of shopping from 2000 to 2010. As can be seen from the above chart, from 2000 to 2010, the rate of online shopping kept on increasing, from 31.6% to 52.3%, while the traditional shopping fell dramatically from 75.3% to 43.2% occasionally. From then on, both the rate of online shopping and the rate of traditional shopping increased.
It is no difficult job for us to come up with some possible factors that underlie the above changes. In the first place, with the development of our economy, people have changed their lifestyles. They did not regard traditional shopping as a good thing. Therefore, the rate of traditional shopping had begun to fall down since 2000. In the second place, with the improvement of both living standards of people and the technique of Internet, people can enjoy shopping online. Thus the rate of traditional shopping had also begun to fall down since 2000 as shown in the chart.
From what has been discussed so far, it can be predicted that the present situation will continue for quite a while in the near future. People will have fewer and fewer traditional shopping, and they will enjoy more and more online shopping.