Write proposals for the service of StudentsUnion//The Federa-tion of Students
I hope you are doing great!l am Li Ming,one of the sophomore students in our university.I saw that our Student Union posted a notice collecting advice about enriching extracurricular activ-ities, soI am writing this letter to make some suggestions.
First, could you organize more sports activities? Now, there is only one annual school-wide sports meet, and I believe both the variety and the frequency of such events can be increased. Second, it might be a good idea for our students to engage in more social activities which can broaden their horizons and im-prove their sense of responsibilities. The Student Union can re-cruit volunteers to aid rural Project Hope primary schools,go to nursing homes to visit elderly people, and raise funds to help disadvantaged groups.Besides, I suggest that more distin-guished experts and scholars in distinct fields be invited to de-liver speeches to our students.Last year,the Student Union or-ganized a couple of forums and lectures, which received wide acclaim from both students and teachers in our school.
Thank you for your time, and I believe our Student Union will play in bigger role in enriching our students'mind by organiz-ing colorful and diversified extracurricular activities.
46.B) They are unmotivated to learn.
47.A) They are made convenient to mark.
48.D) They provide little chance for students to build relationships with each other
49.C) Some students may have difficulty attending them.
50.D) Cultivation of analytical thinking ability.
51.A) Help the public to better understand science.
52.B)It might breed public distrust in modern medicine.
53.C) Debates about science are accessible to the public anyway.
54.B) Embrace it with open arms.
55.C) It is a dynamic and self-improving process.
从前有个人养了一群羊，一天早上他准备出去放羊，发现少了 一只。他仔细一看，看到羊栏(sheepfold)上有个窟窿。显然 夜间有狼钻进羊圏叼走了羊。邻居劝他修羊栏，可是他不听。
第二天他发现狼又通过窟曉叼走一只羊。他想起邻居的话，就 赶快堵上窟窿，把羊栏补好。此后，他的羊再也没有被狼叼 走。
Once upon a time, a man, who kept a flock of sheep, was ready to herd them when he noticed one of them was gone. Observing carefully, he saw a hole in the sheepfold. Obviously, a wolf must have got in and taken the sheep away. His neighbour advised him to fix the sheepfold, but he wouldn, t listen only to find the next day that another sheep was carried away by the wolf. Remembering his neig- hour, s words, he hurried to repair the sheepfold by plugging the hole. Since then, no sheep was missing in this way ever again.
The story tells us: if we solve the problem in time, we can prevent ourselves from suffering bigger loss.