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爱英语的Nona

2020高考大纲英语写作规定话题(5):学校生活

作者:爱英语的Nona

书面表达是高考英语中重点之一。一方面,从分值来说,占有相当大的分量;另一方面,它考查了学生的英语运用能力,能力要求很高。所以,我们一定重视英语写作能力培养和提高。

爱英语的Nona

2020高考大纲英语写作规定话题(4):日常活动

作者:爱英语的Nona

书面表达是高考英语中重点之一。一方面,从分值来说,占有相当大的分量;另一方面,它考查了学生的英语运用能力,能力要求很高。所以,我们一定重视英语写作能力培养和提高。

爱英语的Nona

2020高考大纲英语写作规定话题(3):周围的环境

作者:爱英语的Nona

书面表达是高考英语中重点之一。一方面,从分值来说,占有相当大的分量;另一方面,它考查了学生的英语运用能力,能力要求很高。所以,我们一定重视英语写作能力培养和提高。

爱英语的Nona

2020高考大纲英语写作规定话题(2):家庭,朋友与周围的人

作者:爱英语的Nona

书面表达是高考英语中重点之一。一方面,从分值来说,占有相当大的分量;另一方面,它考查了学生的英语运用能力,能力要求很高。所以,我们一定重视英语写作能力培养和提高。

爱英语的Nona

2020高考大纲英语写作规定话题(1):人物情况

作者:爱英语的Nona

书面表达是高考英语中重点之一。一方面,从分值来说,占有相当大的分量;另一方面,它考查了学生的英语运用能力,能力要求很高。所以,我们一定重视英语写作能力培养和提高。

英语四级成绩单北京

英语写作技巧

英语作文在六级考试中占据总分的百分之十五,比重大同样也要求高,但是想拿高分却往往不那么容易,写出一篇高质量的作文对考生英语基础知识的要求是一方面,同时还需要考生有独特的思想和写作技巧,下面一篇文章是英语英语六级作文写作满分技巧,大家不妨学习一下。

中心句放开端

文章中心句是整个文章的主题和写作围绕的中心,通常应该放在段落的开端,这样一方面能够让阅卷老师一眼看出文章表达的主旨意思,起到开门见山的作用;另一方面可以使文章条理层次更加清晰,逻辑性强,文章的整体结构合理。中心句在作文中可以起到承接上下文的作用,放在段尾也可以起到总结全文的作用。这一方法对于写作初学者来说还是有一定困难的,因此在六级...

英语作文在六级考试中占据总分的百分之十五,比重大同样也要求高,但是想拿高分却往往不那么容易,写出一篇高质量的作文对考生英语基础知识的要求是一方面,同时还需要考生有独特的思想和写作技巧,下面一篇文章是英语英语六级作文写作满分技巧,大家不妨学习一下。

中心句放开端

文章中心句是整个文章的主题和写作围绕的中心,通常应该放在段落的开端,这样一方面能够让阅卷老师一眼看出文章表达的主旨意思,起到开门见山的作用;另一方面可以使文章条理层次更加清晰,逻辑性强,文章的整体结构合理。中心句在作文中可以起到承接上下文的作用,放在段尾也可以起到总结全文的作用。这一方法对于写作初学者来说还是有一定困难的,因此在六级考试中,为了减少不必要的错误和损失,大家尽量将中心句放到文章的开头以保万无一失。

关键词要具体

文章的中心句一般是通过关键词来表现和限制文章的主旨思想的,所以为了突出主题,关键词需要尽量写得具体些。这里对“具体”的要求主要体现在两个方面:一方面是要具体到能限制和区分文章段落层次的发展;另一方面是要具体到能说明段落发展的方法。精确仔细地突出关键词是清楚地表达文章主旨、写好段落中心句的重要前提之一,这对考生来说有一定难度。

设问扩充内容

中心句及关键词确定后,文章的大概框架已经清晰了,这时候就需要选择和主题有关的信息和素材来填充这个框架。实质上,针对关键词测试每一个所选择的素材就是一个分类的过程。有一种常用的行文方法就是句子展开前加以设问,然后解答,即设问-解答(why-because)的方法,利用问题引出自己需要的话题再加以解答表现自己的观点,同时紧紧围绕主题。

英语写作除了要求大家在词汇量和语法上有一定的积累外,也需要大家注意总结一些常用的写作技巧,把技巧运用于文章中,

湾湾的青乌林

A letter to a young writer | No.3

Dear Wanwan,


I am just too excited to sleep. The problem that has stopped me from being me for severalmonths is finally clear now. Oh my God! Too relieved that I have to get up now and write part of it out so as to clam myself down. Now Iunderstand why I was so frustrated and I understand how I should...

Dear Wanwan,


I am just too excited to sleep. The problem that has stopped me from being me for severalmonths is finally clear now. Oh my God! Too relieved that I have to get up now and write part of it out so as to clam myself down. Now Iunderstand why I was so frustrated and I understand how I should deal with it. I see my way. I see it! 

I was already thinking about writing an articlethat revisions the past few years of my life and points out the new direction. I am so excited thinking about all that I can barely fall asleep. 

I’m a mad man now. 

I was frustrated about trying to be an intellectual. But it turns out that an intellectual can bedefined in multiple ways. I can still try to be one of them. I just need to find a proper perspective. 

I was frustrated by politics. Now I see my limits. I’ll rebuild my way according to my passion and heart. 

一艘没有方向的船,任何一个方向的风都会成为它的阻力。

This sentence has occupied my mind for these several months and drived me crazy. I was so afraid of failures and I was terrified of the idea that I may just waste my life day by day without a purpose. I’m glad the new day finally come. 

The politicized depression, now it’s time to personalize my life. I’ll strive for what I aim for. 


Thank you for trying. Thank you for keeping thinking. Thank you for being alive. Thank you for your stupidity and stubbornness. 

I love you and always support you.


Best,

Worm of Summer

夏虫

湾湾的青乌林

A Letter to a Young Writer | No.1

Dear wanwan,


I’m writing to you to fully address the anxiety that has been controlling you. I wish to show you the truth about your life, sweeping away illusions created by your fear. 

Dear dear me, I want you to believe in your ability to achieve and I demand you to dedicate every day into...

Dear wanwan,


I’m writing to you to fully address the anxiety that has been controlling you. I wish to show you the truth about your life, sweeping away illusions created by your fear. 

Dear dear me, I want you to believe in your ability to achieve and I demand you to dedicate every day into exploring yourself and betteryour talent. 

Luckily, you now are loved. So, please make the effort to seek truth, to allow yourself a more profound life experience. 

By reading comprehensively, thinking systematically, and writing purposefully, I hope you will eventually grow into a full blossom. 

I’ve seen that light in you. Please keep watering your tree. 

Write on your phone if not your computer. 

No matter what happens, I’m here with you. I’m here to love you. I’m here to help you see things clearly. 

In the middle of a night, I wake up. I think of my life. There’s one thing I’d love to achieve, to write out a satisfying book, to leave it in this world. 


Love,

Summer Worm

夏虫

看世界的法女士

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滨松

【盾铁】See You Once More

之前 I Don't Want to See You Anymore 的后续。

好像有点虐啊。

注意是英语,请原谅我只是做个写作练习而已。。。

依旧点击此处开始英语阅读

之前 I Don't Want to See You Anymore 的后续。

好像有点虐啊。

注意是英语,请原谅我只是做个写作练习而已。。。

依旧点击此处开始英语阅读

滨松

【盾铁】I don’t want to see you anymore

英语写作练习。

故事在内战之后,Tony假装自己一点也不想见Steve,其实他脑子里一直在想Steve。

请原谅我英语写作技能的贫乏。。。

点此进入英语阅读测试(非常简单的那种)

有一个后续的,在这里预告一下

英语写作练习。

故事在内战之后,Tony假装自己一点也不想见Steve,其实他脑子里一直在想Steve。

请原谅我英语写作技能的贫乏。。。

点此进入英语阅读测试(非常简单的那种)

有一个后续的,在这里预告一下

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在想要怎么搬运


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Enheduanna (安海度亚娜)

文学史上第一位有记录的作者。

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Life and Works of Enheduanna

Enheduanna, an Akkadian princess, priestess, and poetess, is known to be the earliest recorded author in the history of world literature. She was the daughter of Sargon I, king of Akkad. As the first ruler of the Akkadian Empire, Sargon united northern...

文学史上第一位有记录的作者。

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Life and Works of Enheduanna

Enheduanna, an Akkadian princess, priestess, and poetess, is known to be the earliest recorded author in the history of world literature. She was the daughter of Sargon I, king of Akkad. As the first ruler of the Akkadian Empire, Sargon united northern and southern Mesopotamia through his conquests of Sumerian city-states (Lion 2011, 96). Appointed by her father, Enheduanna served as the High Priestess of Ur, one of the most influential religious centres in southern Mesopotamia. Many of her works are devotions and hymns to Inanna, goddess of love and war, one of the most popular deities of ancient Mesopotamia (Halton and Svärd 2017, 51).

Archeologists first discovered the existence ofEnheduanna in an excavation of the ancient city-state of Ur, located in modern-day Iraq. The excavation was led by an English archeologist named Leonard Woolley. In his book, Excavations at Ur: a Record of Twelve Years'Work, Woolley states that they discovered an alabaster disc at the temple of the Moon-goddess that was carved in relief the portrait of the High Priestess as well as an inscription revealing her to be Enheduanna, daughter of king Sargon of Akkad (Woolley 1954, 115).

The name “Enheduanna” is Sumerian, which she presumably took after been appointed the High Priestess of Ur. As the daughter of Sargon I, Enheduanna played a role in her father’s effort to reconcile with the rising hostility in his newly conquered land of southern Mesopotamia. The animosity was, in part, caused by Sargon’s policy of installing Akkadian as the official language to replace Sumerian, which was widely spoken in southern Mesopotamia (Haltonand Svärd 2017, 51).

Within the impressive amount of work attributed to her, most are religious hymns and poetry, including a cycle of forty-two hymns to the temples of Summer and Akkad. These hymns are believed to have significant contributions to Mesopotamian theology (Lion 2011, 96-97). Many of her temple hymns serve as systematic reinterpretations of traditional Sumerian beliefs. Her cycle of hymns to the goddess Inanna, however, display more of her personal devotion and passion than the somewhat systematic temple hymns (Hallo and van Dijk 1982, 4-5).

In her composition, The Exaltation of Inanna, Enheduanna wrote extensively in the first person and directly expressed her devotion to Inanna. This poem includes a narrative of Enheduannas expulsion from the temple at Ur. However, we cannot confirm whether this story of banishment was based on real events due to the lack of supporting evidence from other sources (Halton and Svärd 2017, 93). In section (ix) of the poem, titled“The Banishment from Ur”, she wrote: “67 I, the high priestess, I, Enheduanna!… 69 I, even I, can no longer live with you!” in expressing her indignation towards her banishment from the temple (Hallo and van Dijk 1982, 23).

Enheduanna established a tradition for women of royal lineage to take on priestly roles. As the High Priestess of Ur, she likely supervised the organization of temple rituals and the maintenance of the temple complex (Halton and Svärd 2017, 51). Her poetic works seemingly had significant influences on later literature as well, indicated by the long-lasting popularity enjoyed by her poems in the Old Babylonian Period, hundreds of years after her death (Hallo and van Dijk 1982, 4).

 

Bibliography:

Hallo, William W., and J. J. A. van Dijk. 1982. The Exaltation of Inanna. New York: AMS Press.

 

Halton, Charles, and Saana Svärd. 2017. Women's Writing of Ancient Mesopotamia: An Anthology of the Earliest Female Authors.New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

Lion, Brigitte. 2011. “Literacy and Gender.” In TheOxford Handbook of Cuneiform Culture, edited by Karen Radner and Eleanor Robson, 90–107. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Woolley, Leonard. 1954. Excavations at Ur: ARecord of Twelve Years’ Work. London: Ernest Benn.


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Acceptance, cha...

Acceptance, change and departure are three common but neglected attitudes towards life. Learn these three points and you will be much happier.

1. Accept what has happened calmly

2. Change is unbearable

3. Leave those you can't change.

To learn to create happiness for your life, do what you can,...

Acceptance, change and departure are three common but neglected attitudes towards life. Learn these three points and you will be much happier.

1. Accept what has happened calmly

2. Change is unbearable

3. Leave those you can't change.

To learn to create happiness for your life, do what you can, and give up what you can't. This life is not long. Happy life is the most important thing.

沉墨815

富二代

英语专八写作材料:

富二代

      Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous


  Now decades old, China’s economic boom has brought a better life to hundreds of millions.  But it has also created new problems, such as pollution and inequality.  And, for the super-rich, a moral conundrum; how, wealthy parents...

英语专八写作材料:

富二代

      Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous


  Now decades old, China’s economic boom has brought a better life to hundreds of millions.  But it has also created new problems, such as pollution and inequality.  And, for the super-rich, a moral conundrum; how, wealthy parents wonder, can they raise children who do not behave like arrogant brats?

  China now has an estimated 1.09m people with personal wealth of at least 10m yuan ($1.6m), and 67,000 super-rich ones with asset above 100m yuan, including 213 dollar billionaires.  Their children, the “second-generation rich”, or fuerdai, are the object of public attention in national media and arouse a mixture of envy and revulsion among ordinary folk.

  They can be seen driving outrageously posh cars which thanks to stiff import duties, can cost $1m or more.  Some of them post ostentatious pictures and vulgar rants about their exploits on social media.  A son of one of China’s richest tycoons recently aroused a storm criticism for posting snaps of his Alaskan husky wearing two gold Apple Watches, which worth tens of thousands of dollars-useful, no doubt, if the dog ever needs to surf the Internet. 

  In June, one national leader told at a government meeting that China’s young rich must curb their hedonistic ways.  They should be guided, he said, to think about where their wealth comes from and be patriotic, law-abiding and hard-working.  A week after his remarks were made public, state media reported on a training session in the prosperous coastal province of Fujian for 70 offsprings of billionaires, where they were taught traditional Chinese culture, social responsibility and business knowledge— and fined 1,000 yuan if they turned up late.

  According to some fuerdai, all this will be an uphill battle.  Wang Daqi, a 30-year-old man from a moneyed family, profiled several of his peers in Burden of Wealth, a book published in May.  It sought to paint a more nuanced portrait of the lives the fuerdai lead, but he acknowledges that ostentation is the only value many of them know.  “It’s pretty pathetic, actually” he says.  Among those who do work, he added, most choose to invest their family wealth in other businesses.  “To build a new business of your own takes a lot of work, but if you just seed startups, you don’t have to do the hard work of carry too much responsibility.”

  Another member of fuerdai, a 26-year-old Beijing native whose father is a self-made investment banker, says some of his friends are from politically well-connected families and probably owe some of their wealth to corrupt dealings.  Others have honest family fortunes built from scratch, and many, he reckons, fall somewhere in between.  “We all understand it can be very sensitive.”

  China’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign, he thinks, is doing more than any training programme to get rich kids to tone things down — at least in public.  They still party hard and buy new cars every six months.  “But now when they go out, they just take the BMW 7 series instead of the Aston Martin.” 


沉墨815

剩女 Young, Single and what about it?

专八英语第3篇:

      剩女    Young, Single and What About it


  In her tiny flat, which she share with two cats and a flock of porcelain owls, Chi Yingying describes her parents as wanting to be the controlling shareholders in her life.  Even when she was in her early 20s, her mother...

专八英语第3篇:

      剩女    Young, Single and What About it


  In her tiny flat, which she share with two cats and a flock of porcelain owls, Chi Yingying describes her parents as wanting to be the controlling shareholders in her life.  Even when she was in her early 20s, her mother raged at her being unmarried.  At 28, Chi made “the most courageous decision of my life” and moved into her own home.  Now 33, she relishes the privacy —at a price: her monthly rent of 4,000 yuan swallows nearly half her salary.

  In many countries, leaving the family home well before marriage is a rite of passage.  But in China, choosing to live alone and unmarried is eccentric verging on taboo.  Chinese culture attaches a particularly high value to the idea that families should live together.  Yet ever more people are living alone.

  In the decade to 2010, the number of single-person households doubled.  Today, over 58m Chinese live by themselves, according to census data, a bigger number of one-person homes than in America, Britain and France combined.  Solo dwellers make up 14% of all households.

  The pattern of Chinese living alone is somewhat different from that in the west, because tens of millions of (mainly poor) migrant workers have moved away from home to find work in more prosperous regions of China; many in this group live alone, often in shoeboxes.  Yet for the most part, younger Chinese living alone are from or among the better-off.  “Freedom and new wealth” have broken China’s traditional family structures, says Jing Jun of Tsinghua University in Beijing.

  For the better-educated under-30-year-olds, the more money they have, the more likely they are to live alone.  Rich parts of China have more non-windowed single dwellers; in Beijing a fifth of homes house only one person.  The marriage age rising, particularly in big cities such as Shanghai and Guangzhou, where the average man marries after 30 and the average woman at 28, older than their American counterparts.  Divorce rates are also increasing, though they are still much lower than in America.  More than 3.5m Chinese couples split up each year, which adds to the number of single households.

  For some, living alone is a transitional stage on the way to marriage, remarriage of family reunification.  But for a growing number of people it may be a permanent state.  In cities, many educated, urban women stay single, often as a positive choice — a sign of rising status and better employment opportunities.  Rural areas, by contrast, have a skewed sex ratio in which men outnumber women, a consequence of families’ preferring sons and aborting female fetuses or abandoning baby girls.  The consequence in millions of reluctant bachelors.

  In the past, adulthood in China used to, almost without exception, mean marriage and having children within supervised rural or urban structures.  Now a growing number of Chinese live beyond prying eyes, able to pursue the social and sexual lives they choose.

  Living alone does not have to mean breaching social norm — phones and the Internet make it easier than ever to keep in touch with relations, after all.  Yet loosening family ties may open up space for new social networks, interest groups, even political aspirations.

  For now those who live alone are often subject to mockery.  Unmarried females are labelled “leftover women”; unmarried men, “bare branches” — for the family tree they will never grow.  An online group called “women living alone” is tacked with complaints about being to “get a boyfriend”.

[审题思路]

本题探讨的是中国的”剩女”这一社会现象,属于社会生活类话题。题目要求简要概括所给材料中关于”剩女”的观点;并发表自己的评论。在具体行文方面,考生可以开往点题,简要概括材料中的观点;然后提出自己对这一问题产生原因的分析,并给出充分的论据支撑;最后总结全文,重述论点或者升华主题。


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