Dear friends, I am very grateful to write to you, it is you who try to help me improve my English. When I ask you questions, you always show great patience and help me. The most important thing is that I talk to you without your help.
My spoken English has made great progress. I can't improve my English level. So when I want to express my thanks to you, I can't express my thanks in words.
But I hope we can always be good friends. I hope you can succeed in your career.
Easter Sunday is a cloudy day, but it is a holiday day for the children in the local orphanage. Starting in the morning, a fire engine honked its horn and began to look for Easter eggs. Boys and girls, ranging in age from to, yelled in the park, walked around and often knocked down a little girl, Amanda, whose horn sounded less than a minute.
She found her first egg instead of putting it in the basket and continued to look for more eggs. She sat down and spent a few minutes checking, unpacking and eating piece by piece. After eating, she put the wring paper in the basket and wiped her hands on her white skirt.
He went to look for another egg. Meanwhile, Jeff, one of the big boys, filled the basket with water. He asked a fireman to hold it for him.
When he found some candy eggs, he ran to ask for more candy eggs. He put them in the basket of the nearest child, The two children saw a candy egg at the same time. They both bent down to pick it up and hit their heads.
They both sat down and cried. A couple of volunteer nurses picked them up and told them everything would be OK in the morning. Most of the children were studying their candy, exchanging candy with others, or eating candy, but the horn of the fire engine rang again, and three-year-old Jennie cried.
A firefighter called everyone together with a loudspeaker because a special guest came. When everyone was settled down, the Easter Bunny climbed down from the fire truck. The rabbit was six tall.
Most of the children ran towards him with cheers. Even Jennie stopped crying. She watched the little rabbit for a moment.
The children ran to the rabbit. Then she cried even more. The Easter Bunny hugged the children.
They hugged him. Then the Easter Bunny sat on the steps of the fire engine. The children came up one by one and sat on his lap They took pictures of them.
Later, older children were allowed to explore the fire truck itself, and the celebration ended in the afternoon. When the orphans climbed onto the bus and went home, most of them said they had a good time. Sarah, six, asked if we could do this every Sunday.
More than one boy asked, can I drive a fire truck.
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B: I'm fine. I have a present for you. A: for me, thank you.
It's very kind of you. (B: hope you like it here. You're a: Wow, that's great.
I'm sorry I didn't bring you a gift. B: No, you don't have to say sorry. A: Thank you very much.