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英语日记作文 篇1

  New Year's Eve:

  "Laugh, laugh, laugh -" a few times, the sky filled with a few flowers, colorful, turned out to be a few children playing fireworks. Another burst of crisp sound is crackling, the dark sky suddenly become a bright, originally black ink roof, this time as brightly lit by the bright lights can be clearly seen, distant mountains are faintly discernible. With the blossoms of flowers, a burst of cheers suddenly came. Creek, sometimes showing a smile looking up at the sky. The beauty of the sky fleeting, the ground surprises are spreading.

  A family around the big round table, eating steaming reunion dinner, watching the exciting Spring Festival Gala, waiting for the arrival of the new year.

  Visiting relatives and friends

  "Kung Hei Fat Choi!" A wave of greetings passed into the ears, which turned out to be greetings from acquaintances and acquaintances on the road. While the partners are running east of the house string West, "thanks to you for a year!" The hands of the banknotes are also up, and even hands will earn a lot of cigarettes. And most of them are given to their father, and sometimes try pumping, can cough a few times had to throw it away. The little girls whispered something in their mouths. The adults talked about homemaking together while the older ones watched TV shows with the children and accompanied them with wonderful shows that sometimes annoyed the elderly.

  New Year, radiant, family reunion, everyone is full of spring, everybody mouth oil ... ...

英语日记作文 篇2







英语日记作文 篇3

  Today was a fine day. My sister and I went to the park. We saw many trees and flowers near the lake. Some were green ,Some were white , some were yellow .We played near the lake .We were sitting under a big tree, and we made some paper ships. We hade a good time .

英语日记作文 篇4


  October 12, 20xx, Monday Fine

  It is universally acknowledged that Senior Three is undoubtedly a critical phase of life. The school life is extremely busy, so our monitor suggests that we have an outing to relax ourselves this weekend.

  It is terrific! After a month s study, I feel we really need a break for one day, and so do some of my friends. Senior Three should not be filled with study only and relaxation is also an important part. Sometimes relaxation is more useful than an hour s hard work. While having an outing, we can relax ourselves and enjoy the beautiful scenery of autumn --- yellow leaves, attractive sunset against the blue sky and so on. Isn t it enjoyable? After the outing, I think all the students will have a better physical and mental state to meet the further challenges we may come across and cope with difficulties for ourselves.

英语日记作文 篇5

  I got up early this morning to observe the hamsters because I had a new discovery yesterday.

  I put the hamsters in a dark place to watch their activities. Sure enough, the hamsters stood up again. I found the rat food was gone, and they must be hungry. I hurried to pick up the chow, and gave some to them, and I found a new one!

  I had just put the chow down, and they rushed to eat rat food. Ah, hungry! Small chan rat!

英语日记作文 篇6


  吴老师拿着纸走进教室,嘴角微微一笑,说:“把这……”还没说完,小组长已经开始发了。同学们拿到纸,吴老师见我们一脸茫然,便兴致勃勃地说:“你们要在它们的脸上 画五官,可以任意发挥!”




英语日记作文 篇7

the lantern festival falls on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, usually in february or march in the gregorian calendar. as early as the western han dynasty (206 bc-ad 25), it had become a festival with great significance. this day's important activity is watching lanterns. throughout the han dynasty (206 bc-ad 220), buddhism flourished in china. one emperor heard that buddhist monks would watch sarira, or remains from the cremation of buddha's body, and light lanterns to worship buddha on the 15th day of the 1st lunar month, so he ordered to light lanterns in the imperial palace and temples to show respect to buddha on this day. later, the buddhist rite developed into a grand festival among common people and its influence expanded from the central plains to the whole of china.

  till today, the lantern festival is still held each year around the country. lanterns of various shapes and sizes are hung in the streets, attracting countless visitors. children will hold self-made or bought lanterns to stroll with on the streets, extremely excited. "guessing lantern riddles"is an essential part of the festival.

  lantern owners write riddles on a piece of paper and post them on the lanterns. if visitors have solutions to the riddles, they can pull the paper out and go to the lantern owners to check their answer. if they are right, they will get a little gift. the activity emerged

  during people's enjoyment of lanterns in the song dynasty (960-1279).

  as riddle guessing is interesting and full of wisdom, it has become popular among all social strata.

  people will eat yuanxiao, or rice dumplings, on this day, so it is also called the "yuanxiao festival."yuanxiao also has another name, tangyuan. it is small dumpling balls made of glutinous rice flour with rose petals, sesame, bean paste, jujube paste, walnut meat,

  dried fruit, sugar and edible oil as filling. tangyuan can be boiled, fried or steamed. it tastes sweet and delicious. what’s more, tangyuan in chinese has a similar pronunciation with "tuanyuan”, meaning reunion. so people eat them to denote union, harmony and happiness for the family.

  in the daytime of the festival, performances such as a dragon lantern dance, a lion dance, a land boat dance, a yangge dance,

  walking on stilts and beating drums while dancing will be staged. on the night, except for magnificent lanterns, fireworks form a

  beautiful scene. most families spare some fireworks from the spring festival and let them off in the lantern festival. some local

英语日记作文 篇8

  Dear Mr Smith,

  I was so pleased to hear from you and am writing to tell you something about my school. You are right. Quite a few changes have taken place. On one side of the road there is a new classroom building. On the other side, where the playground used to be now stands another new building-our library. In it there are all kinds of books, newspapers and magazines. The playground is now in front of the school. We have also planted a lot of trees in and around the school. I hope you come and see for yourself some

  Best wishes,


  The other day my brother and I went to the cinema by bicycle. My brother was riding with me sitting on the seat behind. As we came to the crossroads a young man and a girl came up and stopped us. ‘We‘ve found you at long last,’ they said. But we didn’t know them. Pointing to a policeman not far away, the young man explained, ‘He stopped us about half an hour ago and made us catch the next offender. So come on, stand here. Hope you don‘t have to wait as long as we did . Good luck.’


  My name is Li Hua. I was born in Dalian, Liaoning province in February 1977. I started school in 1984 when I was seven. I studied in Guangming Primary School from 1984 to 1990. After that I went to No.62 Middle School of Dalian and graduated this summer. The main subjects I studied at school included Chinese, maths, English, physics, chemistry and computer. I like English and computer best and I am very good at them. Last year I won first prize in the school computer competition. In my spare time I enjoy listening to popular music and collecting stamps. My favorite sports are swimming in summer and skating in winter.


  June lst,1995

  Dear Peter,

  We’re so gald you‘re coming to join us on Sunday. Here is how you can find us. We’ll have our picnic in the People‘s Park. You know where that is, don’t you? After you enter the park by the main gate, walk straight on till you come to a stream. Cross the stream and turn right. After walking for a while you‘ll come to a hill. Walk around to the other side of the hill. There you’ll see a lake. We‘ll have our picnic there in the small woods by the lake. I’m sure you‘ll have no trouble finding us. Do come!

  Li Hua


  May I have your attention, please? I have an announcement to make. The Student Union is going to hold a party on Saturday evening, August 15, to welcome our friends from the United States. The party will be held in the roof garden of the Main Building . It will begin at 7:30 P.m. There will be music, dancing ,singing, games and exchange of gifts. Will everybody please bring along a small gift for this purpose. Remember to wrap it up ,sign your name and write a few words of good wishes.Don‘t forget: 7:30, Saturday evening, roof garden, Main Building. There’s sure to be a lot of fun. Everybody is welcome.

  My parents live in the country. They keep a dog called Ah Fu. One day my parents went to work in the fields taking my little sister and Ah Fu along. While they were working, my sister walked to a river nearby. Ah Fu followed her there. She was trying to pick a flower when she fell into the river. Ah Fu barked and jumped into the water immediately. When my parents heard Ah Fu barking they ran to the river They saw Ah Fu swimming towards the bank carrying my little sister. My parents praised Ah Fu warmly. It was our brave Ah Fu who had saved my little sister.


  It was Grandma‘s birthday . Father , Mother and I went to visit her. She lives with my uncle in a village not too far away. Early in the morning we bought some presents and took the bus to get there.

  Grandma and Uncle were so glad to see us.We gave the presents to Grandma and she was very happy. Then we sat down to talk, while Uncle went to prepare lunch . The meal was so nice that we all enjoyed it very much. At 4 o’clock, we said goodbye and set off for home.


  Sun Shuwei, a world champion in diving, is a boy of 14 from Guangdong. He loved swimming when he was a small boy and at eight he became a member of the diving team in Guangdong Province. He studied hard at school and trained hard for five years before he came to the national team. A year later in 1990, he won a gold medal at the 11th Asian Games and became a world champion at the 6th World Swimming Championships early this year.

  -------------------------------------------------------------------------Zhang Ge Zhuang Primary School

  Until 1988 Zhang Ge Zhuang had no school of its own. It was pretty hard for the children of the village who had to go to school in other villages which were all far away. Now Zhang Ge Zhuang Primary School has three teachers, teaching 48 pupils. The teachers had finished middle school education before they returned to teach here. The pupils are divided into five different classes, in which six subjects are taught. These are Chinese, Maths, Science, Music, Drawing and Physical Education. Education is free for all children in the village.


  On the way home, Mathilde found that the necklace was gone. She was frightened to death because it was too expensive for her. She and her husband hurriedly returned and looked wherever she had been that night, but couldn't find it at all.

  What would they do? They had to buy a diamond necklace exactly like the one she borrowed from Jeanne and returned it to her. It cost them 36,000 francs.

  In order to pay off the debts, they suffered hunger and cold day and night. Ten years of hard work made young Mathilde so old that Jeanne could hardly recognize her when they happened to meet one day in a park. It was then that Mathilde found out the truth: the necklace she had borrowed from Jeanne was not a real diamond necklace. It was made of glass and cost only 500 francs at most!

英语日记作文 篇9

  Cheer Up!

  Life is full of ups and downs. Success always comes along with failure.

  Suffering from the boring cold, my brain remains empty. I even don’t know how to start of a simple diary, though it’s a piece of cake for me long long ago. I have never lose faith in my ability of studying English even though I fails now and them. But now I do because my diaries hold no promise. I don’t know what I keep diaries for. I can’t come with any conclusions.

  Maybe success prows out of struggle to overcome difficulties. Cheer up, may giving up will get a rest.