I was on my way home in a bus one wet day. A woman and a dog got on the bus. It was a big dog-- about so big as a young horse --- and its feet were very dirty. The woman said," oh! Conductor, if I pay my dog, can he have a sear like the other passengers?" The conductor looked at the dog and then he said," Certainly madan, He can have a sear like you, I and other the other passengers, so like the other passengers he mustn't put his feet on the seat, you know."
One day, two young men were walking in the forest while they saw a bear ahead. They tried to run away. One of them got up into a tree, the other was fat and could not climb. But he threw himself at the foot of the tree. Soon the bear came near. It smelled the fat man. The man held his breathe. The bear thought he was died, so it went awat. The man in the tree came down, but the other man was so frightened that he could not move.
第三行：meant-meaning（现在分词作状语）, bottles后加of， late-later
第四行：paying-pay（offer to do sth）, pleasant-pleased(pleasant意思是令人愉快的，一般指某些事或物，指人愉快应该要用pleased）
i learned from today's biology class that our brain can store informations （ information)in a waysimilar with(to) how information can be stored in a computer. That is the ability to store knowledge that enables us to think.If we are unable to remember which(what) has just been said , we will be able（unable) to carry out even the simplest conversation.Memory is essential for using a language.Language finally enables us to communicate with(去掉） complex messages to (with)other people.The brain(is) made up of two halves.For many actions,（action)all (both)parts of the brain work together,but there are activities that involves only one side.For example,write(writing) and talking are controlled by the left side of the brain.
Reading is my favorite hobby. My love for (reading) will never die because books are teachers as well as (friends) in my life. As we know, books are the source of (the删掉）knowledge. There (are) a variety of books for me to choose, like history books, science books, literary books and so on. (Also) I'm interested in literary books, especially (those) by famous writers. For one thing, they can (certainly) improve my writing skill. For another, they can provide me (with) great fun. Isn't it a (pleasure) to get so much peace of mind from reading?
The elephant is THE largest and strongest animal on earth.ITS nose,called trunk,is very useful in many ways哗The elephant's trunk IS just like a man's hand.With it the elephant pulls leaves and branches down the trees when it wants to make a path through the forest.Elephants are found wild in Africa and INDIA.In Africa they are HUNTED for their teeth called tusks.The elephants ARE CAUGHT and trained to be servants,because they are clever.They are trained TO draw heavy things and TO carry wood.In India elephants are even used to hunt tigerS.
I was playing at my cousin (改为cousin's) house. Since his family was rich (改为richer) than mine, he had more toys than I did. There was one on (改为in) part处cular I'd always wanted. I put /\ (添加it) into my pocket when he wasn't looking. I guessed, even at that age, I would never be able to enjoy to (去掉to) playing with the toy or faced (改为face) my cousin again; I would always know I'd done something wrong. Late (改为Later) on, my aunt drove me home. When she dropped me off, I pulled out the toy slow (改为slowly) and gave it back. She knows (改为knew) what had happened, but she thanked me and ever (改为never) mentioned it again.
An artist in Oakland, California is using his skills to help the homeless. Greg Kloehn builds very small shelters that make life on the streets a little more comfortable. The structures offer the homeless some safety and protection from bad weather. Each little house also has wheels on the bottom so it can go wherever its owner goes.
Greg Kloehn has given away at least 20 tiny houses. Several are on the roadside near an active railroad. On a recent day, Mr. Kloehn stops at one to visit Oscar Young. The two men hug. Inside his little shelter Mr. Young gets relief from cold nights on the streets. Mr. Kloehn also visits Sweet-Pea, another friend who also lives in one of the little homes the artist built. She says it keeps her safe and protects her belongings.
In the mornings, Mr. Kloehn searches the streets for building materials. He gathers what he can and takes it to his studio. There, he puts the houses together. Empty coffee bags become roof material. A washing machine door and refrigerator part become windows. Nails, screws and the sticky glue hold all the pieces together. The artist also attaches a small electrical device to the house. The device is powered by the sun.
Some of the people living on the streets once had normal houses of their own. But some of the people say they have learned to live with less and they are thankful to that man.
Mr. Kloehn says his work is not a social project. He says he is just someone using his skills to help his homeless neighbors.