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April 26 Sunday Fine
Our volunteer group gathered at our school gate at 8:00 this morning. We went to the streets. We collected rubbish in public places and helped to clean shop windows. Then we helped to water the plants in the parks. We hoped to make our city more beautiful with our hands. After that we went to the city square, where there were a lot of people. And we showed some pictures to them. We wanted more people to learn about the importance of stopping pollution so as to have a cleaner world. I love the volunteer work. I think it is necessary and instructive.
W: Hurry, there is a bus coming now.
M: Why run? There’s another one in two or three minutes.
M: Oh, sorry, Carol, I didn’t know that you had a job.
W: Yes. I work in a supermarket only in the afternoon.
M: What do you do then?
W: I help put goods into their bags. Sometimes it is very busy.
W: Are you going to listen to the talk this afternoon?
M: Of course, I will. It is said the speaker is a famous professor from Beijing University.
W: Then let’s go to the talk together.
M: Can I borrow your car for a few hours this afternoon?
W: Sure, Bill. But I need it back by 5:00.
M: I’ll have it back by 4:30 with full tank.
M: Would you like anything else?
W: No, thanks. That’s all I need.
M: Would you like us to deliver these this afternoon?
W: Oh, yes, please. That would be lovely.
M: Can I help you?
W: Yes, I want to fly to Chicago on Wednesday the seventh and return on Friday the ninth. How much is the ticket?
M: Tickets are cheaper if you stay over Saturday night.
W: Thanks, but unfortunately I’ve already arranged some business here that Friday. So I’ll just have to pay the extra cost.
M: What time of day would you prefer? Morning or afternoon?
W: Morning, because I have to be there by early evening. Is there a meal?
M: Yes, they will serve breakfast, and you’ll also see a film.
W: Sounds good. But what’s the total cost?
M: Eight hundred and fifty dollars round trip.
W: That’s more than I expected!
M: Where shall we stay in London, Jane?
W: Let’s stay outside the city. I’ve heard it’s cheaper than staying in the center.
M: Let’s stay in Hammersmith. Then we can go straight there from the airport.
W: What’s the airport called?
M: It’s called Heathrow and we will arrive at Terminal 4.
W: Oh, yes. I see it. It’s on the Piccadilly Line.
M: We can go to see the Olympia at Kensington. It’s on the same line.
W: That’ll be a nice trip. How long are we staying in London?
M: Four days.
W: Good. Then we can go to see the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London.
M: What are the Crown Jewels?
W: It’s the jewelry that belongs to the Queen of England.
M: Okay, I’ll find out how to get there on the underground.
W: Do you ever eat fast food?
M: Yes, I do.
W: What kind of fast food do you normally eat?
M: Oh, er, you know, hamburgers, sandwiches, well, sometimes a pizza.
W: Oh, right. And how often do you eat fast food? Every day, more than once a week or less than once a week?
M: Er, well, Monday to Friday when I’m working, every day, um, but not usually on the weekends.
W: And what time of the day do you eat fast food?
M: Well, at work as I said, you know at lunchtime. Sometimes, you know, if I’m going out and I’ve no time to cook in the evening, then I’ll send out for a pizza.
W: And what do you think of fast food? It’s convenient?
M: Sure, that’s sort of the main reason that I eat it. We’re paying the convenience; you know the speed of it.
W: Does it taste good?
M: Yeah. Um, I mean, not as good as the food in a good restaurant, but it’s not bad.
W: I think so.
W: Now, Tony, what do you like best about being a football star?
M: Well, I love to hear the cheering when I’m playing, especially when I score a goal. And, of course, the pay is good.
W: Do you get nervous?
M: Before the game, yes, but not during it.
W: Can you tell us something about your training?
M: Well, we train very hard, especially before a big game. The team has to stay together on the road --- sometimes for weeks --- and I find it very boring.
W: Are you worried about tomorrow’s game?
M: No. Even if we lose we’ll probably still get the cup. You see, we scored more goals than Northern City, so they’ll have to win by at least four goals if they want the cup. I don’t think they can do it.
W: Thank you, Tony, and good luck tomorrow.
Last summer I went to Miami Beach, Florida, where I stayed for two weeks. My friend John and I flew to Miami from New York in three hours. It was the first time for both of us to travel by air. We settled back in deep armchairs and enjoyed an unusual and breathtaking view of the world. We went there because the cost was lower out of season. We stayed at a hotel on the beach. We slept late every morning and then had breakfast outdoors near the pool. When the weather was not too hot, we used to go sightseeing in the morning. We visited the campus of the University of Miami and the Everglades. In the afternoon, we used to go swimming in the ocean or the pool, lie in the sun, or go water-skiing. After dinner in the evening, we used to go dancing in a discotheque to enjoy ourselves in the nightclubs. The weather was very good every day, and the two weeks went by only too quickly. We were both very sorry when we had to leave.