1. 表达谢意；2. 个人感受；3. 表达信心。
参考词汇：流行病epidemic 疫情 epidemic situation 新型冠状病毒 novel coronavirus
Dear Medical workers，
I am Li Hua, a high middle school student in Shanxi. I'm writing to express sincere gratitude to you all for your devotion and sacrifice in this battle against the Novel Coronavirus.
In this epidemic, it is you who, despite the lack of equipment and the potential of infection, desperately rescue those infected but striving for life. It is also you who have shed new light on the virus with expertise to build up our confidence to defeat it. It is you who deserve all the admiration and love!
I can never express our thankfulness too much for your selfless contribution. It's widely believed that our joint efforts China will win the battle and make a quick recovery.
Good luck and stay well!
I do understand how you feel. The outbreak of novel coronavirus is a big challenge to every one of us. Please don’t be so anxious. With everybody standing together, I’m sure we can defeat the virus.
We can do our bit in this battle! I’d like to share what I have done in the past three months. To help prevent the virus from spreading, I have responded to the government’s call and stayed at home with my families. While keeping an eye on the situation, I have been studying with the help of the online course offered by our school. Communicating with my teachers and classmates online, I have never felt lonely. Besides, I have kept on doing some inside sports to keep fit and helped my mom with the housework.
Not going out is my way to fight the virus. Thinking of the medical staff, we have no reason not to discipline ourselves. We need to thank them and at the same time, treasure our life.
Please take care of yourself. Keep calm and carry on!
假如你是李华，因为新冠疫情( the COVID-19 epidemic))的影响，你的英国笔友May家开办的农场农产品滞销，写信向你求助。请你给她回封信，鼓励她参照中国的经验，自己做网络主播( network anchor)，在家直播带货( promote goods sales through livestreaming)。
参考词汇1.拼单: share the bill;
2.秒光:sell out within seconds;
3.网红营销:social Influencer marketing
How are you getting along these days? Knowing that the produce on your farm is hard to sell during the COVID-19 epidemic, I really feel as worried as you. So, I'm writing to share some successful Chinese experience to help you.
Chinese farmers came across the similar problem not long ago, but they came up with a creative solution: promoting goods sales through livestreaming. What you need are a computer or a cellphone with access to the Internet and a live stream platform or application for broadcasting. By taking advantage of social influencer marketing, the sellers can introduce the goods more efficiently and the buyers can watch the products visually in real time, thus, making the online trade more convenient. To ensure the quality of live streaming, make sure the equipment and the Internet are of good quality and the surroundings are quiet and free of disturbance.
I do hope that it will be helpful to you. Best wishes!
Thanks for your concern and I’m glad to share my experience of e-learning.
My day begins from 8 am. I have online lessons in the morning following the school schedule. Can you believe we even have indoor P.E. classes to keep fit? In the afternoon, I read, review or preview my lessons according to my plan. In case of problems, I will ask my teachers for help or discuss with my classmates online.
Compared with classroom learning, e-learning requires self-discipline. Encouraged by my teachers and parents, I’ve become more disciplined and learned to manage time more effectively.
2. 垃圾须分四类(干、湿、可循环、有害) ；
参考词汇：垃圾分类 trash sorting
Having learned that you are interested in the trash-sorting program promoted recently in China, I am here writing to give you a brief introduction.
As far as I know, Shanghai has become the pioneer of our country's waste sorting policy. As of July 1st this year, the residents in Shanghai have not been able to dump their waste bags in whichever bin was closest. On the contrary, domestic waste is required to be classified into four categories: dry refuse, wet trash, recyclable waste and hazardous(dangerous) waste.
Faced with the new rule, many citizens in Shanghai are finding it a little too complicated, with every item of waste now under careful scrutiny(examination) and classification. Still, there are more people who warmly support the policy because it helps people to cultivate greener lifestyle habits and helps China to become a more beautiful country.
How is your preparation for the finals going? I am so excited to learn that you are planning to travel to another city with rich history and culture in China. After careful consideration, I have decided to recommend Xi’an to you.
Your journey to Xi’an will be one of ancient wonders. As the capital city for 13 dynasties, it is home to countless historic relics – the Terra-cotta Warriors, the Great Wild Goose Pagoda and many others. I am sure a history lover like you will not be disappointed. Xi’an is also a wonderland for you to explore the fascinating art and culture of the East. There, you can experience the raw energy of Qinqiang Opera and the beauty of calligraphy on stone tablets.
If you decide to travel to Xi’an, here are a few tips for you. You can choose a hotel near the Ancient City Wall, which provides both good views and convenient transportation. What’s more, the bustling Snack Street in the downtown is a must for tourists with its incredible variety of local snacks.
I am sure you will enjoy yourself in this historic city! If you have further questions, ask me anytime.
How is everything going? Hopefully everything is fine. From your letter, I’ve learnt that you are going to participate in a Chinese Poetry Recital Contest and you asked for my advice in choosing a Chinese poem for you.
I highly recommend a classical Chinese poem “A Tranquil Night”. It is written by Li Bai, one of the well-known poets from the Tang Dynasty, which witnessed the peak of classical Chinese poetry. In this poem, Li Bai associates the moon with his homesickness, expressing his longing for the reunion with his families.
I have some good reasons for recommending this poem for you. First, this is a pretty simple poem, which means that you can have an easy start with your preparation. Second, this poem is pretty famous for establishing the typical image of the moon through which the poet conveys his homesickness. For centuries, this poem has been read and recited by millions of Chinese people. I am sure the poem will help you build connections with the audience when you are reciting it.
What do you think of my recommendation? If you have got any question, do not hesitate to ask me. Looking forward to your next letter.
假设你是红星中学高三学生李华。你的美国笔友 Jim 对中国文化十分感兴趣, 你在英文 报纸 China Daily 上看到 “中华文化表情包设计大赛 (The China Daily Emoji Design Contest of Chinese Cultural Symbols)” 征集来自世界各地参赛作品的活动，请给他写一封邮件，邀请他参加投稿，内容包括：
注意: 1. 词数不少于 100；
I am writing to tell you about The China Daily Emoji Design Contest of Chinese Cultural Symbols organized by China Daily. I know you’re keen on traditional Chinese culture, so why not have a try?
You may choose any symbol that best represents Chinese culture in your eyes, such as the panda, kung fu, the Great Wall and so on. There is no limit on the style, but be sure to give your work a name and explain designing ideas and its culture meanings. Your work should be submitted online with required personal information by the end of September. All winning designs will be shared and promoted on the China Daily app, and winning designers will receive prizes!
Are you interested? If you need any help, I would be very glad to help. Let your creative juices flow!
I’m happy（more than delighted）to hear that you’re interested in the extracurricular activities（课外活动）organized by our school. Now, I’d like to give you more details.
A variety of activities have been organized, such as visiting Capital Museum, taking a field trip to Qufu, Shandong, home of Confucius, planting trees in Mangshan Park and learning to bake a cake in a pastry shop（蛋糕店）, just to name a few.
The activities mentioned above are quite popular with students. My favorite kind of activity is field trips. I went to Qufu in Senior One and Hangzhou in Senior Two. Both trips deeply impressed me. The reasons why I like field trips are as follows.First, field trips offer me a good chance to broaden my horizons. As the Chinese saying goes: “It is better to travel ten thousand miles than to read ten thousand books.” Not only can I learn from locals and my own experiences, but also I can see with my own eyes our beautiful country and splendid culture. Second, field trips improve my research skills.Before we take field trips, we are always asked to prepare by searching online or in the library for useful information. Third, field trips help strengthen friendships. Since many of the field trips last several days, it is a good opportunity to bond with classmates better outside the classroom.
I really hope that you can go on a field trip with us in the future.
提示词：探月 moon exploration
I am glad to share with you more details about my passion for moon exploration.
It started with what I had been told about the moon as a kid and grew stronger with time. As you can guess, there is rich cultural meaning behind the faithful companion of the earth. In Chinese culture, as opposed to the masculinity（男子气概）of the sun, the moon is often compared to a quiet and elegant lady. Also, it reminds people of their family and friends far away. People feel reassured knowing that they are watching the same moon as if the moon could serve as their messenger.
Human beings have never stopped exploring our closest neighbor. I believe it is of great significance.The development of relevant technology facilitates the progress of science in general, which benefits our everyday life. What’s more, I think moon exploration shows an important human trait, that is, curiosity about the unknown, which is the driving force that has brought our species this far.
I hope you find what I‘ve mentioned above interesting and reasonable. By the way, what do you think of when you gaze at the moon? Write back and tell me about it!