Just before the Athens Olympic Games drew to its close on August 29, 2004, a victory in taekwondoI marked China‘s 32nd gold medal and highlighted the Chinese storm that swept over Athens. The last two weeks saw marked improvement in the overall level of China‘s athletes.
In a class I teach for adults, I recently did the “unpardonable” I gave the class homework! The assignment was to “go to someone you love within the next week and tell them you love them. It has to be someone you have never said those words to before or at least haven‘t shared those words with for a long time.”
The case for college has been accepted without question for generations. All high school graduates ought to go, says conventional wisdom and statistical evidence, because college will help them earn more money, become “better” people, and learn to be more responsible citizens than those who don‘t go。
The modem Olympic fencer trains for years, honing agility, quickness, and subtlety of movement. The sport has been described as “chess with muscles,” suggesting that complicated strategy lies behind the thrusts and parries that punctuate a duel. Fencers of today employ a strange com
Hi Teacher Joe! Recently I was watching a TV program that takes place in New York. Even though it was winter, they said it was 30 degrees outside. Another time, in spring, it was 75 degrees. My friend told me that westerners use a system for temperatures called“Fahrenheit” instead of centigrade. Could you tell me how Fahrenheit compares with centigrade and why western people use it? Thank you!