VIP Class Notes (Lily) [R]
1.stiff neck = č½ę
ex: I have a stiff neck today because I didn’t sleep well.
2. attraction= ę
ex: The Bund is the most popular attraction in Shanghai.
ex: Eiffel Tower is the most popular attraction in Paris.
3. breathtaking (adj)= ęåē
ex: The view from Flair was breathtaking.
ex: The concert was breathtaking.
4. impressive (adj)= äŗäøčµ·
ex: MaYun’s invention of Alipay is really impressive, he changed the way of how people use money.
ex: Bin Ma Yong is very impressive.
5. ancient (adj)= å¤čē
ex: YMY is an ancient park.
ex: If you have some ancient drawings, they will be worth millions.
6. restrict (verb)= éå¶🚫
restriction (noun)= éå¶
ex: if you don’t have a Shanghai license plate, you will be restricted to go on the highway during rush hour.
7. spoil= å® å
ex: she’s a spoiled little girl, she gets everything she wants.
It reminded to walk faster than before, I don’t want to look older and want to be healthier. “Walk fast means healthy”, I think this true among 40s. From 40s, most people body became down, if they don’t exercise, they bones will beĀ stiff.Ā It is impossible to predict how healthy for people after 30 years, it depends on a person’s habit, food, and environment.
The article reminded meĀ to walk faster than before, I don’t want to look older and want to be healthier. “Walk fast means healthy”, I think this statement å£°ę isĀ true among people in theirĀ 40s. For people around theirĀ 40s, most of them have some problems with their health, if they don’t exercise, they bones/ musclesĀ will beĀ stiff.Ā It is impossible to predict how healthy people will beĀ after 30 years, it depends on a person’s habit, food, and environment.
I love holidays! Thereās nothing better than jetting offĀ to a foreign destination to visit the attractionsĀ it has on offer. Of course, Iām not alone. Millions of people are doing the same, and why not? The world has an amazing variety of must-see sights, from breathtaking natural scenery to impressive old cities. But the problem is that too many of us are visiting them at the same time, putting pressure on these delicate and ancientĀ places.
Thatās why a number of beauty spotsĀ and historic sitesĀ have been introducing chargesĀ or restrictionsĀ on the tourists who visit. There are many reasons for this: to reduce overcrowding, which can spoil the ambience of a place, to manage wear and tearĀ on old crumbling buildings, to tidy up the mess that visitors leave behind, or ā as some may suggest ā creating tourist trapsĀ to make more money out of the visitors.
The famous Italian city of Venice with its picturesqueĀ canals has, for example, introduced an entry fee of up to ā¬10 for short-stayĀ tourists. Venetians have long complained that mass tourismĀ is swamping the city. Now, passengers arriving by cruise ship will have to pay a ālanding taxā which Mayor Luigi Brugnaro says, āwould generate much-needed income to keep the city clean.ā