2013考研英语小作文范文 投诉信 来源：吾爱视频教程网
Directions: Write a letter to a store, making a complaint about its delivery.
You should write about 100 words on ANSWER SHEET
Do not sign your own name at the end of the letter. Use “Wang Hua” instead. Do not write the address.
Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing to make a complaint against your bad delivery service.
I’m afraid that the enclosed CD player doesn’t work. It is the third one I’ve got to return this month.
Other than the three I’ve had to return recently, I’ve always found your products to be excellent. I would be grateful if you could send a replacement and refund my postage.
I look forward to your reply and proper resolution of my problem, and will until the end of this week before
seeking help from a consumer protection agency or the Better Business Bureau. Please contact me by the address on the envelope or by phone at 6668888.
Dear Sir： Jan.14.2006
I‘m a teacher of Renmin university of China and I’d like to contribute to Project Hope by offering financial aid to a child in a remote part of your province.So，I would be most grateful if you could send me information regarding such a child who has met the following standards：
First，he must be very poor and truly in need of help.Second，he must have the strong desire to improve things around him.Third，he must be healthy，happy and optimistic.Last but not the least is that he must be willing to return to his hometown to do sth.for it after graduation from university.
I would send him money every year from this year on until he finishes his higher education.Your prompt attention to this letter would be highly appreciated.I‘m looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Sincerely Yours Li Ming
There are two pictures：The first is a photo of a man‘s face on which the name of the famous footballer Beckham can be seen.In the second picture we can see a man in a barbershop，his hair being done in Beckham’s hair style，costing him 300 yuan.
Obviously，the two persons are fans of Beckham.These pictures，although a little exaggerating and satirical at first glance，can make us ponder：why does this phenomenon appear？As is known to all，with the development of modern communications，more and more people are influenced by some so-called“stars”。So，we have many fans who run affer and imitate them－film stars，athletic stars，even stars of super-girl singers.Firstly，they do so because they admire them and want to obtain their fame and reputation.Secondly，although there is no denying the fact that some people do this out of pure adoration，yet，some just want to become wealthy overnight－without hard work，without sweat，just effortlessly.
Anyway，in my opinion，our government must educate our people－especially the youth－that some famous people get their reputation because they have made great contribution to our society－such as Liu Xiang.And we ourselves also must understand that their achievement is not easy job.We‘d better turn our admiration into practical action to learn from them so that we can make even greater contribution to our motherland in the future.
To Whom It May Concern，
I am writing to ask you whether you could help me find a child in a remote area to whom I will offer my financial aid.
The candidate should be a girl at age 10 to 12 who is deprived of the opportunity to continue her education because of poverty. Her previous score reports should prove her potential to be an outstanding student in the future.
I would like to give the girl my financial support annually until she graduates from college. The money will cover her tuition fee and other expenses at school. Besides， I will correspond with her frequently so that she can seek advice whenever she needs.
I am looking forward to your reply.
It goes without saying that the pictures reflect a common and serious problem in China—worship of celebrities among young people. In the left hand picture， a man has had David Beckham‘s name written on his face. In the right hand picture， a man who is having a haircut asks his barber to cut his hair on the model of David Beckham， the popular British soccer star.
It is not uncommon for Chinese young people to have super stars as their idols. Most of them are fans of certain basketball players， football players， singers， actors and actresses at home and abroad. These fans not only watch the matches， TV serials and movies starring their heroes， but also pay a large sum of money to gain access to a live show， a concert and so on. Moreover， they imitate their idols in almost every aspect of their lives， such as their hair styles， glasses and clothes.
There is nothing wrong for one to have his own role model. However， if people adore the pop stars to the extent of losing self-control， they misunderstand the significance of popular culture. Anyway， popular culture is to enrich our life. Young people should learn how to live their own lives instead of blindly following others‘footsteps.＋ 更多类似范文