Put the following sentences into Chinese, using the technique of omission.
1.If you give him an inch, he will take a mile.
2.These developing countries cover vast territories, encompass
a large population and abound in natural resources.
3.Winter is the best time to study the growth of trees. Although
the leaves are gone and the branches are bare, the trees themselves are beautiful.
4.It is not entirely right to say that if there is food, let everyone
5.Scientific exploration, the search for knowledge, has given
man the practical result of being able to shield himself from the calamities of nature and the calamities imposed by others.
6.There was no haste or restlessness in his manner but a poised
7.Never trouble yourself with trouble till trouble troubles you.
8.The true joy of joys is joy that joys in the joy of others.
9.For generations, coal and oil have been regarded as the chief
energy source to transport man from place to place.
10.I n order to survive, to feed, clothe and shelter himself and his
children, man is engaged in a constant struggle with nature.