What is one style of clothing that the students in your school tend to wear? Why do you like this style of clothing?
In my opinion, style of clothing reflects both popularity, and personality. Students in my school tend to wear a ‘Preppy Style’. This style is often associated with young students who are engaged and excited about learning, but who like to show some individuality and status. For example, students sport brand named labels of shirts, sweaters, jackets, and slacks. They also wear a certain type of flat shoe, tennis or sneaker. Western brands such as Aeropostale, Old Navy, and Hollister have popular ‘preppy styles’. ‘Preppy students’, as they are often referred to, like to be seen and known as studious. They always carry their backpacks, and may even wear ‘eye glasses’ to complete their ‘preppy’ look. I like this style of clothing because whether students are genuinely ‘preppy’ or just like to mimic the look, the competitiveness seems healthy. ‘The Preppy style’ student may aspire to better grades.
What kind of job will you choose? A job through which you can get a lot of money or a job through which you can get great personal satisfaction.
I will definitely choose the second one-a job through which I can obtain great personal satisfaction. I have two reasons for this choice. To begin with, a job takes up at least eight hours per day, which is one third of our lives in total. If I am assigned to boring tasks or things I don’t like to do, I feel unhappy all day and that is the last thing I want. Moreover, money plays only a minor role in my life, compared with personal satisfaction and leisure. So basically I will try my best to find my “labor of love”, because once I do so, my job will become my leisure and I feel happy and contented all day long.
Describe one way to improve the system of education in your country. Use specific details and examples to support your opinion.
It is hard to define a perfect solution to the improvement of education system since it’s such a complicated and multifaceted subject. But if I have to, I would like to say that diversifying the evaluation methods of the admission into the university will definitely help a lot. That means we should put more attention to students’ other performances rather than depend solely on their academic scores. For example, students’ performance as well as attendance of those so-called less important subjects such as art, PE and so forth should be taken into account when assessing their qualification. Only if we carry out this principle in school can students take those subjects seriously and could have a chance to get really stretched. How to improve the education system is a long-term problem confronting both parents and the government .It could turn out to be a bigger one if we give an inappropriate response to it.