六级 点击： 2019-02-05
There has been a heated discussion about libraries at the age of information among people. Some people, especially the younger generation, challenge the value of conventional libraries. When they need any information in their studies or work, they can turn to their computers for help. For this reason, they do not need to go to a library for borrowing or returning one or two books.
While others, including most old people as well as scholars, value libraries. They love libraries because they can enjoy peace and quietness in an isolated spiritual world. And they also have access to rare academic works needed for their studies in the libraries.
In my view, conventional libraries are still available though there is still much room for improving. At the Age of Information, as long as knowledge is respected and cherished, libraries won't extinct from our lives. On the other hand, libraries should not refuse the latest information technology, which will enable them to regain those young readers.
Our dormitory has four members. besides me, there are old zhao, young zhao and lily. as college students, our experiences are similar, and right now, we are all students of law school. but in terms of character, we are totally different from each other.
Old zhao is our common sister. she is very kind and considerate. she takes full responsibility of our dormitory. if sorne of us catch a cold, she will take good care of her. whenever we are in trouble, we turn to her.
Young zhao is a quiet girl. if there is a chat among us, she is always the one who says little but listens attentively. she has the admirable ability to do well in all kinds of examinations. we all agree that she is the example that we should learn from in studies.
Lily is just the opposite of young zhao. she is very talkative. we enjoy her cornpany because she has the sense of humor, which rnakes her talk extremely interesting. where there is lily, there is laughter.
Such are my three roommates. in spite of our different characters, we get on well with each other. our dormitory has become our common home.
Dear Han Dong,
I am a sophomore and I'm taking the CET-4 forthe second time. It has cost lots of money and timeto prepare for the exam. Meanwhile, my schedule isgetting tighter, for I have to take much more classesthan before. So I really want to make things workthis time. That's why I'm writing to you for help.
My biggest headache is the listening part, whose proportion becomes even more after theCET exam reform. Moreover, my vocabulary is poor, too. I'm wondering if there is any short-cut to memorize words more quickly in shorter time. I also want to know in what degree a CETtraining class can help. Finally, I need you recommend some better books to me.
I'm gratefully looking forward to your reply.