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How to be an outstanding student
It is known that an outstanding student is popular with all people. However, how to be outstanding is still puzzling among some students. My viewpoints are as follows.
Firstly, we must learn to behave well, follow the school rules and obey the laws. Secondly, we should form the habit of being punctual. No matter what we do, we should do it well and on time. Thirdly, studying hard to gain high marks is what we try to pursue to go to university.
From all the above, I believe that if we do well in these aspects, we are sure to become an outstanding student!
M：What about going out for a walk?
W：You must be kidding. It’s too hot for a walk now. Let’s take a walk at dusk. It’ll be cool then.
M：We have a lot of housework to do. Do the dishes, sweep the floor, clean the windows and ...
W：Yeah, there are also a lot of dirty clothes. I want to finish this job first.
M：I usually walk to work! What about you? By bus?
W：No, I used to get to work by bus. But now, I usually ride my bike. I can get more exercise.
W：How long did you have to write your paper?
M：We were given 150 minutes, but I finished in less than half the time.
W：This is my house. You can’t do anything against my wishes. You can’t put your feet on my chairs. You can’t stay out late at night . You can’t ask friends to dinner in the house. You must pay me at the beginning of every month but not at the end.
M：OK. I won’t do anything against your wishes.
W：Have you finished packing yet, David?
M：Not yet. I’ve got lots of T-shirts in the suitcase, Mom, but I can’t find my sunglasses anywhere.
W：I saw them in your bedroom when I was cleaning the house. What about shorts? I'm sure yours
are all too small for you now.
M：You’re right. Let’s get some new ones when we go shopping tomorrow.
W：Good morning, sir. May I help you?
M：Oh, yes. I’m looking for a pair of sports shoes in Size 8.
W：Are you looking for a pair for yourself?
M：No. It’s for my 17-year-old son.
W：OK. This way, please… What about this pair?
M：Look nice. How much are they?
W：40 dollars, but I can give you a 10 percent discount.
M：Great! I’ll take them.
W：Ted, it’s nearly 6:30 pm. What about cooking something?
M：OK. So what shall we cook tonight?
W：Let me see what is left in the fridge. Oh, we still have some peas, two cucumbers ,two eggplants,
some peppers and some mushrooms.
M：What about meat?
W：We have some pork and chicken left.
M：OK. How about eggplant and pepper, chicken and mushroom, and pork and cucumber?
W：Those all sound good, except for the pork with cucumber. I don't really like that. Well, I will
help clean the vegetables and wash the dishes, but it's your turn to cook tonight.
M：Good afternoon, madam. May I help you?
W：Yes. I am going to a party this weekend. I need a new dress for it.
M：What about this red dress? It sells very well in our store.
W：Thanks, but I already have a red dress like this one.
M：Then what about the blue one? I think it would really suit you.
W：It looks really beautiful . But blue often makes me sad. Do you have a purple one?
M：Sorry, we’ve sold out. Then what about this white one? It’s on special offer today. You only need
to pay half the price.
W：You mean I can get this dress for just 100 dollars?
W：It looks really beautiful. May I try it on?
M：Certainly. The fitting room is over there.
Hello, everyone. I’d like to introduce myself and also share some information about my neighbors. My name is Patrik. I’m from Edinburgh. I’m staying with my aunt and uncle. We live in a small apartment building. There are four families in this building. There’s a family of three living under us, the Smith family. They’re from Glasgow. Mr. Smith is a doctor. Mary，his wife, is a librarian.
Next door to us is a single lady, Miss Green. She’s from Liverpool. She’s working as a secretary in a telephone company.
In the fourth apartment, there’s a young couple from China. Mr. Bai is working hard on his doctor’s degree at Oxford University, and Mrs. Bai is teaching in a primary school.
All the people in my apartment building are very friendly. They are all very good neighbors.