Man: What is your major?
Man: What are you going to do with English major?
Man: High school or middle school?
Woman: High school.
Woman: I didn’t know that.
Woman: How do you like it?
Man: I like it very much. ___4___
A.I think it’s the best job ever.
B.I started teaching five years ago.
C.I teach high school English.
D.I’m going to be a teacher.
There is something hard to resist about cherries. The small red fruit is a popular seasonal food around the world.Cherries are thought to be native to western Asia.It is a member of the same family of plants as the rose. It is closely related to the plum. Like cherry trees, plum trees also flower in early spring.
There are two major kinds of cherries harvested in the world: sweet and sour. Sour cherries are not eaten fresh because they contain little sugar. Instead, they are processed to make prepared foods like jellies and pies and to make alcoholic drinks. The United States is a major producer of sour cherries. Among the states, Michigan is the top producer. Russia, Poland and Turkey are other important cherry-producing nations. Sweet cherries contain much more sugar than their sour relatives and are usually eaten fresh. Washington State is the biggest American producer, followed by California and Oregon. The United States, Iran and Turkey are major producers of sweet cherries. Fresh cherries do not store well. They must reach market as soon as possible. So they cost more than many other kinds of fresh fruit.
Farmers produce different kinds of cherries through the process of grafting（嫁接）. They take cuttings from existing trees and join them to related trees. The cuttings grow into the root stock, so the two kinds of trees grow as one.
Cherry trees are also valued for their springtime blossoms. Cherry blossoms are popular in many parts of Asia and Europe, especially in Japan. But Washington, D.C., has some of the most famous cherry trees in the world. Japan gave the United States 3, 500 cherry trees in1912 as a gift of friendship. Years later Japan gave another git of 3, 800 trees. In the early nineteen eighties, the United States provided Japan with cuttings to help replace Japanese trees lost in a flood.
There has been the fear（）the world will become too crowded to accommodate so many people.
Of course a certain amount of dependence on others is not only good, but necessary. Children must be dependent on their parents; and the weak must depend on the strong, and the sick on the well. And in a sense, all of us, even the most independent and self. reliant, are dependent on one another. At any rate, in civilized society, it is impossible for anyone to make all the things he needs. No man can produce all the food and clothes he wants. He can only produce one or two things, and must get all the others by exchange or purchase from others, who are doing the same thing. So in a community everyone is dependent on the service of others, while he himself contributes to the needs of others.
Directions: You are to write in no less than 120 words about the tile "The Advantages or Disadeantages of Having Hobbies". You should base your composition on the outline given in Chinese below.