However,is it a good or bad thing to have so many private schools? As a coin has two sides,so are the private schools.On the one hand,private schools can meet the special needs of the society or the particular requirements of people.On the other hand, they often bring people extra burden because of comparison and competition.
When asked to decide whether we should have a society without private schools or a society with private schools,I will not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.Although attending a training course will result in the extra cost or burden,it is of tremendous merits in preparing my work and cultivating my skills.现在社会，随着经济快速发展，人们的物质欲 望愈发膨胀。一切向钱看，成了一种不约而同的心理暗示。于是，人际关系越来越紧张，人们为了物质勾心斗角，但是，金钱真的就这么的高于一切。
How Important Is Money?
No one would argue, I think, that money is unimportant. There are certain things that human beings need — food, shelter, medical care and these things cost money. But if one has enough money to live on, to pay for the basic essentials of life, is it important to have a lot more money than that? Will your life improve in proportion to the amount of money that you have?
Well, there is no denying that money can buy a lot. Maybe you do not need much money to pay for a simple shelter, but how about if you want a nice big apartment in a nice neighbourhood, or if you want to buy a house? In fact, people do get on each other"s nerves if they are crowded together in a small kitchen, if a married couple cannot but share a room with their parents, if children are not allowed to have a little privacy of their own.
Moreover, it is nice to get a little pleasure out of life, a little fun from time to time. Unfortunately, many of the fun things that you can do today cost money. In modern cities, for example, on any night, outstanding performers appear in night clubs and on concert stages. Furthermore, you can dine on foods from every corner of the world in the restaurants. So how can it be that many people in modern cities do not have fun? Simple, they do not have the money to take advantage of all these attractions.
So, is money the road to happiness? Not really. Large numbers of people work every day, work overtime, work weekends, and make a lot of money. Are they happy? No. They have no time to form or maintain friendship, no time to enjoy themselves.
Surely everyone has thought at times, "If only I had a lot of money, I would be the happiest person in the world." But it is important to remember that money is only a means to an end, not the end itself.元旦假期即将开始，很多童鞋都已计划着外出旅行。但有的时候，计划赶不上变化，约好的朋友可能临时有事，而无法赴约。难道就一个人开始孤单的旅行嘛?其实不是，你也可以通过寻游伴启事找其他年龄相仿的朋友啊!
I’m a 19-year-old female sophomore named Fu Ping. I hereby earnestly invite a foreign young lady—college student preferred—to make a three – week touring trip with me.
My plan is to set off next weekend, when the vacation officially begins. The first stop is Kunming, the world-renowned city for its beauty and mild temperature. We’ll get there by train and stay there for 2 days, and then we’ll head for Jinggangshan, a former revolutionary base as well as a natural beauty spot. After a 3-day visit there , we will take a long-distance coach to a nearby port city by the Changjiang River and board a downstream ship to Shanghai, so that we can enjoy the great scenery alongside the third longest river in the world. As everybody knows, Shanghai is the busiest and fastest developing city in China. I’d like to have a look at its prosperity, so the stay there will be about half a week. And a famous Chinese saying goes, ”Just as there is Paradise in heaven, there are Suzhou and Hangzhou on Earth ”, so a 4-day visit to these two cities near Shanghai is must. All together, our trip will last about three weeks.
I only expect that my travel-mate could split the expenses with me and talk with me in beautiful English, and I would be an excellent guide for her since I major in tourist guiding.