1．I don't know what to read, could you recommend (推荐) something to me?
2．As far as I know, he enjoys adventure (冒险) and excitement.
3．I will visit more experts (专家) who are famous in the medical field next week.
4．As is known to us, there is a generation (一代) gap between the young and the old.
5．The youth (年轻人) of today have greater chances than ever before.
6．On the table, there are some cakes and grapes on the plate（s） (盘子)．
7．Many schools need volunteers (志愿者) to show children how to read.
8．Each parent has responsibility (责任) to bring up and educate their children.
9．Obviously (显而易见), the schedule made by Tom is workable and helpful.
10．Mr. Smith, my new neighbor, looks serious, but actually (事实上), he is very kind.
1．Why not go (go) out and see if there's a place we can dance?
2．I am too nervous to answer (answer) the question correctly in public.
3．When you come here, you will be completely attracted to /by the natural scenery.
4．Nowadays many young parents are addicted (addict) to their smart phones or computers and pay little attention to their kids.
5．Susan, an adviser for teenagers, has received a letter asking (ask) for some advice.
6．When I was young, I had great fun spending (spend) my free time with children.
7．To be honest, I'm very sorry for not having focused my mind on my study.
8．Therefore, let's take the responsibility (responsible) to build up a lowcarbon city by riding bicycles.
9．Graduates are finding it more and more difficult to find jobs at present.
10．Behave yourself (you) in public and you will win the respect of most of us.
To lead a happy life in the future, you should focus more on your career while you are young.
The main purpose of the course is to help improve your reading ability．
Walking after supper is good for your health.
The heavy rain made it impossible for us to go out．
Now that you want to improve your oral English, why not practice speaking English every day.
He is too old to recall his childhood.
"Smile！" I shouted, holding a yellow sign up on a busy street in Seattle. We were three thousand miles away from home on a Random Acts of Kindness and Volunteerism Road Trip. We had two aims. One was to try out our new "Smile！" signs and see how much kindness and joy we could spread in Pike Place Market. The other was to ra