(3)建议：不随便当众咳嗽、打喷嚏，经常洗手，生病时在家休息?? As we know, a growing outbreak of H1N1 flu has been sparked in many countries. An increasing number of cases are being reported every day。 It's thought that H1N1 flu spreads in the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses do, that is, spreading from person-to-person, mainly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are sick with the virus。 Faced with this severe disease, here are some everyday measures we should take to stay healthy. First, cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after you cough or sneeze. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Germs spread that way. If you get sick, stay home from work or school and limit contact with others to keep from infecting them。
Finally, H1N1 flu is not a terribly deadly disease, which is curable. So, don't be nervous and just keep calm as usual。
生词：国际贸易博览会 the International Trade Exposition
Dear Sir or Madam：
Thank you for taking your time to read my letter. As the coming of the International Trade Exposition, I'd like very much to be a volunteer。 All our citizens are hosts for this special event. Above all, I promise I should endeavor to serve with enthusiasm our distinguished guests from all over the world. Besides, I have a rich knowledge about Chinese history, so I will be not only a servant but also a carrier for our splendid culture. What's more, as we all know, English as an international language, will play an important role in communication during the Exposition, and I am good at it. I can express myself fluently and clearly in English。 To sum up, I believe I can be a qualified volunteer. I will value it and do all I can if I could be accepted to be one。
A: Excuse me. Are you Mr. Steven，the team leader of Australian delegation？ B: Yes, I am.
A: Great！Let me introduce myself. We are volunteers sent by the Executive Board for the Shenzhen 26th Summer Universiade. My name is Li Gang. B: Oh，wonderful！My name is John Steven. Nice to meet you.
A: Glad to meet you too，Mr. Steven. Welcome to Shenzhen. We are responsible for guiding you all to the designated hotel, the Pavilion Hotel.
B: Thanks for coming to meet us.
A: My pleasure. How was your trip?
B: It was pleasant all the way.
A: That's great! So you have got all your team members here?
B: Yes. They are all here.
A: OK. Everything's ready now. Let's get on the bus. We will drive you to the Pavilion Hotel.
B: Well, where do we pick up the luggage?
A: This way, please.…Could you all please take your luggage and follow us？ A:您好，请问您是澳大利亚的领队史蒂芬先生吗？
A: Hi, Mr. Li？I come here to express my appreciation for your help all these days. I really enjoy my stay here.
B: You're welcome.
A: I'm returning to America today. So I thank you for all the time you've spent on my account during my stay here.
B: Don't mention it. I was only too pleased to be of assistance.
A: If there's anything that I can help you with in the future, please let me know.
B: Thank you. Have a safe trip home.
A: Sure. Take care.
A: Excuse me. Are you a volunteer?
B: Yes, I am. What can I do for you, sir?
A: Can you tell me what's going on here? Why can't we go into the stadium?
B: I'm sorry, sir. Before entering the stadium, all spectators must go through the security check. And that takes some time.
A: I see. It seems that we have to wait quite a while.
B: I'm sorry about that. But this is a necessary procedure.
A: But look at such a long line…
B: Please accept our apology. I hope you can understand.
A: That's all right. You're doing what you have to do.
B: Thank you for your understanding. I'm sure it won't take too long. A:打扰一下。请问你是志愿者吗？
A: Good afternoon, madam. Is there anything that I can do for you?
B: Oh, yes, please. Could you help me carry these baggages to the gate over there?
A: No problem.
B: It's really nice of you.
A: My pleasure.
B: By the way, could you tell me how I can get to the airport?
A: You can take the bus to get there. The bus station is just around the corner.
B: How long will it take me to get there?
A: About an hour, I think.
B: My flight is at four o'clock. I'm afraid I won't be able to make it.
A: If that's the case, I'd suggest you take a taxi.
B: Sounds right.
A: If you don't mind, you may stay here with your baggages while I go get you a taxi.
B: That would be very nice of you. Thank you very much.
A: You are welcome.
A：Excuse me, Miss. You look puzzled. Can I help you?
B: Oh, yes. I seem to be lost. Could you tell me how I can get to the Diwang Building?
A: Sure. You can take the subway to get there.
B: I just can't figure out the subway system at all. As soon as I get underground I lose my sense of direction.
A: Or you can take Bus No.12 to get there. The bus station is just across the street, see?
B: Oh, I get it. Thank you.
A: And could you tell me the way to the nearest bank？I need to draw out some money.
B: The bank may be far away from here. I would advise you to use ATM. There are some ATMs on the second floor of this building. You may take the escalator around that corner.
A: Thank you very much.
B: No problem. Have a nice day.
A：What's the trouble with you？
B: I fell off my bike and hurt my legs.
A: Where exactly does it hurt？
B: Right here.
A: It's all bruised and swollen. Take it easy. I'm giving you a first aid right now. …
B: How do you feel now?
A: The pain relieves now. Can I go back to my game?
B: Maybe you should wait a few more minutes. But don't worry. You'll be alright soon.
A: Excuse me, madam. I am a volunteer. What can I do for you?
B: I'm looking for Gate F. My friends and I are supposed to meet there. But I seem to be lost.
A: Don't worry. I'll show you the way. This way please.
B: That's very nice of you.
A: My pleasure.
A: Here we are.
B: Oh, I can see my friends there. Thank you very much. By the way, where is the nearest rest room?
A: Go to the second floor and you will find it on your right.
B: Thanks a lot.
A: Enjoy your game.
A: Attention, please！There is a fire in this building. Every one must leave this building as soon as possible. Follow the escape signs and get out of here quickly and calmly. This is not a drill. This is a real emergency evacuation.
B: Oh Gosh！How could this happen？ I've got some very important documents in my office on the third floor. I have to get them！
A: No, sir! You mustn't go upstairs. It's too dangerous. Every one must be evacuated immediately.
B: You don't understand. Those documents are extremely essential. I must get them！
A: I'm very sorry, sir, but no! I'm sure you don't want to jeopardize your life as well as others'.
B: But …
A: Trust me. The fire engine's just arrived. The firemen will do whatever they can to put out the fire. Everything's going to be OK.
A：Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Security Check! Please show us your certificates before entering the building.
B: Here is my certificate.
A: Thanks. Please wait a second.
A: Sir, the certificate you're holding is not valid. I'm afraid you can't get in. B: How's that possible? I got in with the same certificate last time!
A: I'm sorry. Please have a look at the date on your certificate. It's already expired. Please renew it.
B: Oh…Well, it's been just one day. Can you just let me in?
A: I'm so sorry. But that's not allowed.
B: Come on! You've seen me several times.
A: Without a valid certificate, no one can get in this building. That's the regulation. I hope you can understand.
B:没有有效证件，谁也不能进入大楼。这是规定。希望您能理解。 A:好吧。＋ 更多类似范文