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为了激发同学们学习英语的兴趣和丰富校园文化生活,我校举办了第22届校园文化英语艺...

为了激发同学们学习英语的兴趣和丰富校园文化生活,我校举办了第22届校园文化英语艺术节。假如你是我校学生李华,请根据下列信息向我校微信公众号平台投稿,介绍相关情况和你的感受。

 

鞍山一中2017年校园文化英语艺术节

时间:2017929

地点:学校礼堂

参加人员:高二全体学生

活动内容:英文短剧、英文演讲、英文歌曲

活动裁判:本校英语教师

注意:

1.词数100左右;

2.可适当增加细节,以使行空连贯。

参考词汇:2017年校园英语艺术节 The 2017 English Festival of Campus Culture

礼堂auditorium         短剧 playlet

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Aiming to arouse the students’ interest in learning English and enrich our campus life,our school held the 22 the English Festival of Campus Culture on September 29th,2017. All the students in Grad...
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