I had a big argument with my good friend yesterday because of the baseball teams.During the break time,we argument about which team is the best in the league big.I thought it is yangqi and he thought it is redsocks.After the argument,he went of to say goodbye to me and close the door loudly.I was so angry with him.
Then he still didn't talk to me during the next break time.He didn't even look at me.I started to feel sad because he is my best friend.When it was time to go home I asked him if he wanted to go with me as usual.He looked at me with a strange look and still turned away.But this time,he did say goodbye to me quietly.
In the end,while I was watching TV the phone ring.It was him and he said he was sorry about what he did,he felt childish.I said never mind we are still good friends.Now I feel much better I hope we won't argument any more.
The other week I had a bitter quarrel with one of my roommates. Six of us live in small room about eight square meters, desperate for more space.
Weeks ago, one of my roommates brought in a very large suitcase and placed it under her bed, but days later she (he) found something wrong with her (his) suitcase. As we live on the ground floor, her case soon got wet. She took it out and, after drying it up, she/he just put it on her desk because she had no other choices. I happened to be opposite her desk and her suitcase was so large that it not only occupied the whole of her desk but half of mine as well. I was very much annoyed, so I angrily pushed it forward without first talking to her about it. I pushed a bit too hard and the case fell off her desk, messing up everything it contained. On seeing this, she flew into a temper and angrily shouted at me. The quarrel started and lasted about two hours.
When I calmed down days later, I thought over the quarrel and began to see something. I should have talked to her about it first and then worked with her to find a solution to the problem. Living in a room with limited space, we should learn to get on well with one another.
Weeks ago I witnessed the quarrel between my two roommates. It shocked me the two good friends fired out just for a very trifling matter. It was in the morning at weekend when I was washing my face in the bathroom. Suddenly I heard Ann and Sue shouting at each other. I hurried to come out to see what happened. It turned out that the noise of Sue’s closing the door waked Ann, whose bed is just beside the door. Ann thought Sue deliberately closed the door heavily. Sue didn’t have made her fault and said Ann was making trouble out of nothing. So their argument became ambits of quarrel. Though later they stopped quarreling under our persuasion, neither of them would like apologize to the other.
Such a quarrel leaves me to think a lot about dormitory harmony. If either Ann or Sue can be a little tolerant or take a better way to express herself, this quarrel, I think, can be avoided easily. It is no doubt that a harmony dormitory life benefits all the members. But it needs our common efforts to build it.
Teenager is at the sensible age, on the one hand, they are not mature enough, on the other hand, they are very bolshy, they don’t listen to what their parent tell them, they will go against parents. So teenager always have argument with their parents, it hurts so much, parents have to deal with such situation.
As a teenager, they want to chase for freedom, they are at the age of pursing individualism. They want to show that they are mature enough, they can make their own decision. While as parents, they watch their kids all their life, they haven’t realized that their kids are already mature enough, so they always treat their children as the small one, making every decision for them. That is why the conflict comes, the only way to solve it is to understand each other.
For parents, they must have the though that the kids are growing up, they are no more the small ones, they should learn to let them go. For teenagers, they should have a good talk with their parents, trying to explain and show the courage they have. They should not be angry with parents, to find a better to solve argument.
Though teenagers are at the sensible age, there is always a way to find the solution about the argument. The better understanding between parents and teenagers is the key point.
In order to make our city cleaner and more beautiful, the young volunteers of our school went to the people＇s park this morning and offered our help.
At eight, the head of the park met us at the gate. after being divided into groups, we set out to work at once. some tidied up the parking area and had motorbikes paiked in the right place. some took care of the flowers and bushes, and persuaded people to keep off the grass. around the tiger den, one group kept order to prevent accidents from happening. at the aquarium, another group worked as guides and advised visitors not to smoke. when some of us were doing cleaning, an old man praised us and said, "well done, young fellows!"
We were all tired but happy. what a morning we had today.
When you have quarrels with your parents, the best way for you to appease the situation is to force yourself to concede. Parents have undergone far more experiences in life than you do; therefore, it is invariably the case that you are the one who turns out to be wrong. Bravely admit your faults and actively pursue ways to harmonize the atmosphere, and all the family members will live together in harmony again.
After the first class on Friday, we were playing in the classroom. Suddenly, we heard a sharp cry. Looking at the sound, we found that Chen Zeyang and Li Haodong were fighting in the corridor.
Their faces were red, their hands clutching each other's red scarf, pushing back and forth in the corridor, their eyes still staring at each other. All the students in our class retreated to the side and shouted, "stop fighting, stop fighting!" Zhang Yiying and I rushed into the classroom and told Miss Wang. Mr. Wang rushed out of the classroom step by step. His hands became eagle's claws. He grabbed Chen Zeyang's and Li Haodong's collar like a rabbit. He also grabbed the platform. Chen Zeyang and Li Haodong both cried at the same time, with an expression of Defiance on their faces.
Until then, we had a long sigh of relief and finally solved it.
I really admire Miss Wang.
Here's a story about my doggie cousin Lulu.She's a crazy pug.One day while Lulu's people were out she found a yummy present and since she can't read people markings,she decided it must be for her.So she opened it up and ate all the goodies inside.
One whole pound of delicious See's Chocolate.It was really tastey,but deep down somewhere she knew she wasn't supposed to eat candy.
When her people got home she realized that they could see the candy wrappers and she'd been caught.Normally she would deny all knowledge of the chocolate incident & hope they'd blame the cat,but she forgot to hide the last wrapper & it was right there on her blanket for the world to see.So Lulu put on her most sorrowful guilty face and hoped for the best.She got the worst though,a forced doggie diet.
Firstly,to do some housework can make you independent.You can’t depend on others all your life.So,you should learn to do some housework now. Secondly, to do some housework can keep you healthy and strong ,some hard housework can be regarded as a kind of physical exercise. Finally, to do some housework can share your parents’ work .They must be happy if you say” Have a rest ,and I will do the housework” So I think it is good for students to do some housework.
It is shocking to notice that extreme violence has occurred with frequency on campus in recent years, home and abroad.
In November this year, a college student from a prestigious university stabbed to death a professor who was preparing for his teaching. In the US a deadly shooting by a Korean American college student resulted in 33 classmates’ death. These tragedies seem to be unimaginable when college students are regarded as the elite of the society. Some people claim that the higher education do not improve moralities of those college students. Others believe that college students are fragile in their internal minds. These opinions do make sense when we take the overloaded pressure imposed on college students into consideration. While there is no way to rid totally the world of such violence, it is more important to take measures to avoid those occurrences.
Among those solutions, psychological aid is one. If psychological consulting had been resorted to, those tragedies should have happened with less possibility.
This year, some seriously violent incidents happened in campus, resulting in very bad results. The incidents of campus violence have drawn widespread attention in our country.
As a student, we should learn some knowledge about how to deal with the violence and enhance the ability of self-protection.
Of course, if we meet the violence, we should take appropriate measures to protect ourselves. At first, we’d better keep calm, judge the situation and be aware of the possible dangers. Then, we should try our best to escape or prevent the violence. At last but not least, we should call the police or teachers as soon as possible to avoid the physical injury.
That’s all. Thank you.