学习啦 冰芝 2016-12-01 15:51:19
With the development of economy, people's living standard has been enormously improved, and with the of people's living standard, supermarkets are springing up like mushrooms. Every day, especially at weekends, crowds of shoppers flock towards supermarkets and smilingly come out with rich harvests. The enthusiasm of the shoppers is induced by the superiorities of the supermarket.
Firstly, it is very convenient to do shopping in the supermarket. What you need do is walk your handcart along the aisles and take anything you need from the shelve8 to fill your cart.
Secondly, the market provides a bumper variety of goods.Food, clothes, daily articles, drinks, books, home electric appliances all are within your arm's reach.
Thirdly, the environment is clean and comfortable with all-year-round ventilation and air-condition.
Fourthly, payment is made easily, either in cash or with a card. And you don't have to wait long.
Fifthly, often, small gifts like soft toys, beauty-parlour coupons and instant lucky draws are offered to customers.
Naturally,people like shopping in supermarkets althoug unnecessary things. But the next time they do shopping,they completely forget it.
Now, I am a middle school student in grade nine. It’s also the last year of middle school. Therefore, I must work harder this year because I want to get good scores in the senior school entrance exam. From this semester, I get up earlier than before because I want to do some more readings. After lunch, I also spend some time in study. I usually review the knowledge I learn in the morning. After dinner, I have class in school until 21:30. It’s for students to autonomous learning. Our teachers would come to the classroom, if we have any questions we could ask them. After school, I do not study at home. I think a good rest is important for me, so I go to bed early at night. Besides, due to the exam, I spend much less time in entertainment. I don’t think it’s bad for me, because a good senior school is my priority now. I must pay my most attention to it.
Recently，there has been an activity of “doing your bit for an energy-saving society” in our school. Our schoolmates are highly concerned about the increasing lack of energy and provide their own suggestions.
Some students suggest that we shouldn't waste any food or paper, though they appear very easy to get. Meanwhile, some other students think it advisable to refuse to use disposable chopsticks and plastic bags. Besides, it is also strongly recommended that those used textbooks as well as reference books of graduates, which are still in good condition, not be thrown but recycled.
Actually, there are still quite a lot that we can easily do: say, try to take buses or ride bicycles instead of driving cars, etc. All of these will definitely help to build an energy-saving society.