I am writing to you for the mobile phone of Dephone-S250 I bought on 20th Apr. at Tele Mall in Wuhan, days after that, it didnt ring and send short messages. Then I took it to the seller, but was told that the model had been sold out and I had to wait at least three months for a new one. Later I went to the repairman. He said since it was a new model in China, it was impossible to fix it without the right spare parts. I was so desperate on hearing that. How can I wait that long? Therefore, I require that you send me a new one of the same model within a month.
Thank you for your consideration.
世界青少年机器人技能竞赛 the World Adolescent Robotics Competition
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I have good news to tell you. Targeted at cultivating the teenagers' interest in scientific exploration and encouraging more students to throw themselves into research, a competition, titled the World Adolescent Robotics Competition, will take place in the Children's palace Tianjin in the late July. The competition offers adolescents a good chance to show their talents and initiative and learn from each other meanwhile.
I am eager to invite you to join our team for the upcoming event, in which you will demonstrate your ability and make acquaintance of more friends with the same interest. As far as I know, you have proved yourself by carrying off some prizes in the previous competitions. Impressed by your teamwork spirit and talent in this field, I am confident that you will love the challenge and our team. By working in a group, we are able to overcome our weaknesses by acquiring others' strong points as well as double our achievements.
If you are interested in it, please let me know and I will deliver the training program to your online mailbox. It would be fantastic if you could bring up your advice, which is bound to be of great use for us. I'm looking forward to your reply.
There are two important kinds of music in the world one is written down and the other is not. Many people earn their living by writing music. They write songs for popstars and music for films and TV plays. They usually write exact instructions how the music is to be played.
Folk music has been passed down from one generation to another. At first it was never written down. Pe pie learnt the songs from their families, relatives, neighbours and friends in the same village. These songs were about country life, the seasons, animals and plants, and about love and sadness in people's lives.
Early performers of music were popular and respected. They used to learn hundreds of songs by heart. On festivals they used to act and sing in praise of heroes who lived long ago. This was at a time when there was no radio, TV or cinema. Many of the country people could neither read nor write. In this way stories were passed on from one person to another. This continues in some countries even today.
In some parts of the world nowadays, you often see musiclans performing in the streets to passers by. They put a cap on the ground in front of them, so that people who like the music can drop coins into it.
Can we live without mobies?
With the development of the whole society，mobies become a more and more common stuff in our daily life.At the same time,a doubt crowds into my mind. Can we live without mobies?
Of course not. First of all. The enormous information which can be searched in our mobies should be need in our study and our work. And just mobies which make it become so convenient make a great difference on this aspect.
In addition. Most of people who are in the study and work are very far away from their hometown. They need to connect with their family to express their homesickness and emotion though mobiles which is handy to take. Furthermore. People need to listen to music and play games to relax though mobiles during the break time.
But In a way. Living without mobiles is benificial to us. On the one hand. Not only is it good for our health. But also can decrease the possibility of concer such as obesity. On the other hand. It can make us become more independent without the help of mobiles. But as far as I'm concerned. The most important thing is that we can spare more time to spend with family and close friends.
As all above. I think there is no clear Answer to this question. Everyone holds different opinions. As a saying goes. Every coin has two sides. I support the idea that I hope we live without mobiles but without mobiles can we live?