the crow and the pitcher a crow felt very thirsty. he looked for water everywhere. finally, he found a pitcher. but there was not a lot of water in the pitcher. his beak could not reach it. he tried again and again, but still could not touch the water. when he
have got a happy winter holiday this year. In this year, I have a 7-day winter holiday. In the first day, I went back to my hometown with my parents. When I got there, I saw my grandparents. Then we had lunch together. At that time, we not only had
As we all know,＂Failure is the mother of success.＂ But few people can really understand what the saying means.In the world,I am sure that no one dare say he hasn't met any trouble all his life.So we must face failure.In fact,failure is not fearful,but
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I'll Always Be a Chinese-我永远是中国人 My name is Zhao Xiaoxi, but they call me Niuniu at home. Iwas born in Taiyuan,China,but I moved to Montreal,Canada with my parents two years ago. It is far from
industry (diligence) 勤勉 it is a matter of course that industry will bring us success, wealth and good luck. i am sure that a hard-working person can always succeed in the work which he wants to do. this is unchangeable truth. idleness is the opposite
我现在用的就是这个寓言故事.很激励自己. A和B去森林.碰到了一只老虎.A马上拿出一双更轻便的运动鞋换上.B着急的说:你换鞋有什么用啊,能跑得过老虎么. A说:我只要跑的比你快就行了. 是的 人生就是这样,只有比别人快,才能生下去.才有可能赢. 望采纳
I am the Driver The bus was crowded, and as one more man tried to get on, the passengers wouldn't let him aboard. ＂It's too crowded,＂ they shouted. ＂What do you think you are?＂ ＂I'm the driver,＂ he said. 我是司机 一辆公共汽车已经相当拥挤,还有一个人想挤进来,乘客不让他上去. “太挤了,”他们喊道,“你以为你是谁?” “我是司机.”他回答说.
I Have His Ear in My Pocket 他的耳朵在我衣兜里 Ivan came home with a bloody nose and his mother asked, ＂What happened?＂ ＂A kid bit me,＂ replied Ivan. ＂Would you recognize him if you saw him again?＂ asked his mother. ＂I'd know him