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The Moon is a very mysterious thing. It has fascinated us for thousands of years. It is mentioned everywhere in science and literature almost from the time humans started writing. And today, it still fills us with wonder. The most amazing thing about the Moon is that humans have been there. Neil Armstrong walking on the Moon’s surface must be the greatest human achievement ever. Even though man has walked on the Moon, not everyone agrees on its colour. In Japan, and perhaps in other countries too, they think it’s yellow. Of course, the Moon is white. One day, we’ll probably have holidays on the Moon. I’d totally love that. Imagine staying in a Moon hotel and waking up in the morning to look at the Earth. Article/201106/138984。

  • Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. This is an interesting saying. It’s very true. If you look at the world leaders with the most power, they are the most corrupt. When someone has so much power, they want more. Maybe power is like a disease. It eats into your brain and makes you want more. Once you have a lot of power, you forget about being a real human being. The usual story with people in power is taking lots of money from the country and forgetting about the people. It depends on the country, I suppose. The most powerful person in the world is the president of the USA. But in America, the president doesn’t actually have a lot of power. Every four years, Americans can vote a president out of power. Article/201107/143985。
  • Cluster balloonists tie a bunch of helium balloons to a lawn chair, sit in the chair, cut the anchor rope, and go flying into the wild blue yonder. To land, they cut some of the cords attaching the balloons to the chair. A small group of daredevils has been enjoying this sport for more than 30 years.They usually take a radio to communicate with people on the ground, a GPS device so they can be located, a parachute, and bags of sand or water that they throw overboard to go higher. “It’s fun, but it’s not for everyone,” said Glenn Ford. “You have to dress warmly for higher altitudes. You should always take a life preserver and wear a helmet. And you need to take food and water for emergencies.” Balloonists often soar up to 6,000 feet, and many have soared to 12,000 feet or higher.A popular priest in Brazil decided to try cluster ballooning. Reporters from newspapers and TV stations interviewed and photographed him before take-off. He laughed and waved at everyone as his chair started rising. “I’ll see you at one o’clock,” he yelled to everyone on the ground. It was 11 a.m.The weather, however, took a sudden turn for the worse. People could see the wind driving the balloonist toward the Atlantic. The bright balloons disappeared into the dark clouds. The next day, a pilot in a single-engine plane saw some balloons floating 10 miles out to sea. There was no sign of the priest. “This is unbelievable,” said his best friend. “He was an expert sky diver. He had a life preserver, an inflatable life raft, and a GPS device. And, he was a priest!” Article/201108/149024。
  • “你连在宫里都不肯赏脸吗?” “无论在什么地方,我也不愿意赏这种脸,能避免总是避免。” "Certainly, sir; and it has the advantage also of being in vogue amongst the less polished societies of the world. Every savage can dance. " Sir William only smiled. "Your friend performs delightfully, " he continued after a pause, on seeing Bingley join the group; "and I doubt not that you are an adept in the science yourself, Mr. Darcy. " "You saw me dance at Meryton, I believe, sir. " "Yes, indeed, and received no inconsiderable pleasure from the sight. Do you often dance at St. James's?" "Never, sir. " "Do you not think it would be a proper compliment to the place?" "It is a compliment which I never pay to any place if I can avoid it. " "You have a house in town, I conclude?" Mr. Darcy bowed. "I had once had some thought of fixing in town myself--for I am fond of superior society; but I did not feel quite certain that the air of London would agree with Lady Lucas. " Article/201012/121740。
  • Student A: If the Dean doesn't take back what he said to me this morning, I am going to leave college.Student B: What did he say? Student A: He told me to leave college.学生甲:如果院长不收回他今天早上对我说的话,我就要离开学院。学生乙:他说了什么?学生甲:他要我退学。 Article/200804/36102。
  • I love the news and current events. I’m addicted to what’s happening in the world. It doesn’t matter what kind of news it is, I love watching it. Even if it’s from countries I’ve never heard of. I’ll even watch the same news programme three or four times and not get bored. I guess it’s so fascinating because it’s real. I get really interested in a story when it breaks, then like to follow it as it unfolds. Following current events makes you quite knowledgeable. I know most of the world’s capitals and most of the world’s leaders. Watching the news is really looking at history happening now. But you never know what’s going to happen next. Every time you turn on the news or a news story, you’ll find something unexpected. Article/201104/131455。
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