1) 主语+ cannot emphasize the importance of … too much.(再怎么强调……的重要性也不为过。)
例如：We cannot emphasize the importance of protecting our eyes too much.
2) There is no need for sb to do sth. for sth.(某人没有必要做……)
例如：There is no need for you to bring more food.
3) By +doing…，主语+can …. (借着…，…能够…)
例如：By taking exercise, we can always stay healthy.
4) … enable + sb.+ to + do…. (…使…能够…)
例如：Listening to music enables us to feel relaxed.
5) On no account can we + do…. (我们绝对不能……)。
例如：On no account can we ignore the value of knowledge.
6) What will happen to sb.? (某人将会怎样?)
例如：What will happen to the orphan?
7) For the past + 时间，主语 + 现在完成式/现在完成进行时…. (过去…时间来，…一直…)
例如：For the past two years，I have been busy preparing for the examination.
8) It pays to + do….(…是值得的。)
例如：It pays to help others.
9) 主语+ be based on….(以……为基础)
例如：The progress of thee society is based on harmony.
10) 主语 + do one’s best to do….(尽全力做……)
例如：We should do our best to achieve our goal in life.
例如：We should spare no effort/make every effort to beautify our environment.
11) 主语+ be closely related to …. (与……息息相关)
例如：Taking exercise is closely related to health.
12) 主语+ get into the habit of + V-ing = make it a rule to + V (养成……的习惯)
例如：We should get into the habit of keeping good hours.
13) What a + 形容词 + 名词 + 主语 + be!= How +形容词+ a +名词+ be!(多么……!)
例如：What an important thing it is to keep our promise!= How important a thing it is to keep our promise!
14) 主语 + do good/ harm to sth. (对……有益/有害)
例如：Reading does good to our mind.
Overwork does harm to health.
15) 主语 + have a great influence on sth. (对……有很大的影响)
例如：Smoking has a great influence on our health.
16)nothing can prevent us from doing…. (没有事情能够阻挡我们做……)
例如：All this shows that nothing can prevent us from reaching our aims.
17) Upon/On doing…, …. (一……就…….)
例如：Upon / On hearing of the unexpected news, he was so surprised that he couldn’t say a word.
例如：As soon as he heard of the unexpected news, he was so surprised that he ….
Hardly had he arrived when she started complaining.
No sooner had he arrived than it began to rain.
18) would rather do…than do…(宁愿……而不……)
例如：I would rather walk home than take a crowded bus.
注意：此句型可以改为prefer to do…rather than do…句型。
例如：I prefer to stay at home rather than see the awful film with him.
19) only + 状语， 主句部分倒装
例如：Only then could the work of reconstruction begin.
20) be worth doing (值得做)
例如：The book is worth reading.
Here comes a piece of good news. The Campus Culture Festival will be hosted this Friday. Since you have a strong passion for Chinese folk art, it’s a great pleasure for me to invite you to join us.
The activity is scheduled to last approximately two hours, from 3:30pm to 5:30pm in the school hall. It covers awide variety of content. Not onlycan we appreciate numerous appealing weaving works ranging from chairs to decorations, but alsowe’ll watch the documentary concerning the history of the weaving art.
In addition, some distinguished professors will be invited to deliver a lecture about how to promote the development of the weaving art, during which time you will be definitely gain a better understanding of it. By the way, if you are available, we’ll meet at three outside the school gate.
How I hope you can take my invitation into consideration! Your timely reply will be highly appreciated.
It is a common phenomenon thatpeople,including the elderly people as well as some young people, will gather in the dancing square late in the evening due to the fact that people’s physical and mental life develop rapidly.
When it comes to square dance, it is universally acknowledged thatit makes a tremendous difference to people’s life. For instance, not only dancing women promote people’s relationship but also it makes contributions to people’s health. However, dancing has some disadvantages of its own despite its advantages. When dancing, the dancing women play loudmusic unconsciously, which gives rise to dissatisfaction.
Personally speaking, I am definitely infavor of such behaviors. By the way, I do hope the dancing women can try their best to regulate the volume of music. Only in this case can we create a harmonious community together.
With the development of the Internet and the popularization of computers, shopping on the Internet has become a commonplace in our life. Here consumers can buy almost everything they need.
Shopping on the Internet has a lot of advantages, of which themost important is perhaps its convenience. People don't haveto waste a lot of their energy and precious time to go from one shop to another to choose the commodities they like. This is especially desirable to the old, the sick and the busy people who cannot go to the shops in person（亲自）. The goods come in all shapes, sizes and colors on the Internet. All they need to do is to sit in front of their computers and click the mouses（点击鼠标）. The commodities they order will be delivered（运送）to them promptly.
However, shopping on the Internet also has its disadvantages. The first disadvantage is that the consumers can't see the goods or try them on（试穿，试验） personally. Sometimes, the real goods may not be the same as what they have seen on the computer. The second disadvantage is that some shops on the Internet are not registered（注册）. They will never deliver anything to you after they get the money from you. Once cheated, you will find that you have nowhere to go to complain.
参考词汇：patriotic 爱国的；crow 啼叫，报晓
The picture is about a Chinese idiom “wen ji qi wu”.
The picture is about aChinese idiom “wen ji qi wu”. This idiom originated from a well-known story happened in Xin Jin Dynasty. In order to serve their country well, two patriotic young men, named Zu Ti and Liu Kun, both got up and practised sword playing the moment they heard the cock crow. Day by day and year in, year out, they never stopped. Later, they all made great contributions to protecting their country.
Nowadays, people usually use the phrase “rising up upon hearing the crow of a rooster to practise sword playing” to signify that someone is exerting himself to do something worthwhile. It is also used to describe that a person of noble aspirations exerts himeself in time.
If you have any other questions about this idiom, please tell me.