The Internet has made English learning much easier. English learners
used to be 1) obliged to spend their time in libraries looking for the books that would help them in their language studies. It was very inconvenient because a lot of materials could only be found in 2) tedious and uninteresting textbooks and readers. But today authentic content on a variety of subject is only a click away. This is
especially 3) beneficial for those who wants to learn English earnestly.
In order to achieve fluency in English, you need to be comfortable using
at least 10,000 words. The 4) abundant materials on the Internet make it possible for you to choose appropriate content to read and
listen to. These materials can be 5) adjusted to your level if you input some key words in the search engine. But how can you
remember the 6) bulk of unfamiliar words?
In this case, the Internet 7) evidently makes it easier to learn vocabulary. You can use online dictionaries to instantly find out their
grammatical 8) functions and the specific meaning of these words. The Internet helps you to 9) efficiently accumulate vocabulary based on lively and interesting language content, which greatly reduces
your 10) distress caused by inability to remember the new words. The efficiency of this vocabulary learning is one of the reasons why the
Internet has become an ideal place to learn English.
There is a special life stage that our generation goes through. It is the 1) transition period, during which we move from teenage to adolescence. We learn who we are and what we stand
for and what inspires us. Also, in this period we are 2) saddled with a lot of pressure from our parents who want us to make something out of ourselves.
My parents have already expressed feeling of 3) anxiety over my future with academics and life. When I expressed to
then recently that I would not mind graduating in five years instead of four in order to study abroad to 4) acquaint myself with the world, they seemed so shocked .That idea sounded foreign and to them was 5) equivalent to lack of ambition.
Apart from that, my mother has 6) expressed to me that she is worried that I am not searching for a boyfriend. I
7)resent this stupid idea of marrying out of college since it does not suit me one bit. Women today can get what they want
out of life without a man ,even children, as it becomes more
8) sensible acceptable for women to adopt children.
I personally want to stay in school as long as I can to 9) reinforce my academic work, possibly complete a law degree and start a career, and then after, and only after, begin to think about 10) shifting marriage. If my math is correct, that means I will be more or less “ready” for marriage at the age of 29 or 30, the age when my mother had me.
To spend or save is a question which many people have.There is always a(n) 1) dilemma whether one should spend the
money that he has earned or save that money for the future.
Well, there is no 2) explicit answer to the question as different people have different 3） perspectives on their life, and that is the reason why some people tend to spend
all the money earned while others 4) retain control over their money.
People who spend all the money do not think much about future. The only things that enjoy doing most is to 5) derive pleasure from spending money. For example, if they like a particular car, mobile phone or laptop, they will buy it without giving it a thought. For them, the most important thing is to satisfy their material 6) appetite. People who have their first job or who haven’t married often fall in this category.
In the long time, saving is good 7) option for one’s life as saving helps an individual to plan for future 8) urgent needs. That is also the reason why many people save money for
a rainy day. Individuals who can 9) suspend their spending save money successfully. Instead of buying on impulse, they
delay their purchasing decision and won’t be easily 10) manipulated by commercial ads. Individuals who have responsibility for their family belong to this category.
It’s obvious that women have come a long way as successful professionals. Women in the workplace are 1) flourishing as an increased number of women have made their presence felt in many industries and professions. the sector of the female workforce has 2)expanded with more and more strength and
thus has its 3) genuine importance in the professional word.
Whether they like it or not, men have to accept that women are
marching up the management ladder confidently and 4) diplomatically. Women used to be much more “quiet and passive”due to the relatively small number of female employees in 5) comparison to males. Women today, on the other hand, have begun seeking their 6）administrative positions by using all their powers of intelligence.
Men are hierarchical and 7) jealous of the “beauty power”that allows women to get certain things based on their
physical assets. Even though there is a(n) 8) dispute whether many professional females got into positions of power
by using their appearance to their advantage, the 9)valid fact is the majority of women have worked hard to achieve their
Women were considered as 10)bystanders in the workplace for many years and it was believed that the only jobs that they
could handle were those of teachers or secretaries, but today’s women can not only hold their own positions in the workplace, but they also have the dual task of raising their
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