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1 A collection of favorite sample writings ^^ on Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:12 pm

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Sample 1: Mountaineering

Man basically has a challenging nature. He feels great when he accepts challenges and achieving of his targets. Mountains have always challenged the spirit of man and man has always accepted the challenge. The loftier(cao sung sung) the mountain, the greater has been the desire of man to conquer it and climb to the highest peak to enjoy the thrill of victory(Like this! ^^). The persistence (ben bi) and perseverance (kien tri) of the man has driven him to conquer all the mountains of this world.

Mount Everest, the world's tallest peak first conquered by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing is very much vulnerable to man. Several expeditions by the British, Swiss, American, Indian and Japanese have scaled (leo,treo) that peak successfully. Life offers a variety of challenges. Some adventurers are fascinated by these dangerous enterprises (cong viec kho khan doi hoi long dung cam va tinh tao bao). Dangers and adventures are basic to their lives. Mountaineering is a dangerous sport and no one can deny it.

The mountaineer has to start his venture with numerous apparatus (/,æpə'reitəs/: dung cu) like spike shoes (giay dinh), ice pick axes, oxygen tanks, tents, sleeping apparatus with canned food. The climber finds it really hazardous during climbing because at any moment he may stumble (xay chan)or slip and crash. They are often overtaken by storms and glacier blizzards (bao tuyet du doi). The cold will be so severe that the climbers feet, toes and fingers are liable to frostbite (su te cong).

Mountain climbing requires special knowledge, skills and equipments. The climber must be in good physical condition and have good sense of judgement. They should have thorough knowledge about how to read maps and compasses. They should use ropes to tie themselves when scaling steep rocks and plodding (di cham chap va nang nhoc) over snowfields and glaciers (bang ha, song bang).

In summary, the climber is a real sportsman who often walks on the edge death (Like thisl! ^^) but will succeed with courage and determination.

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Sample 2: My favorite author

My favorite author is William Shakespeare, a man who has written enough for immortality(^^).

Though a few hundred years have elapsed (/i'læps/: troi qua ^^) since the death of Shakespeare and volumes have been written on the life and work of this great writer, his early life still remains a subject for speculation(/,spekju'leiʃn/: su nghien cuu) and conjecture (/kən´dʒektʃə/: su phong doan). It is generally believe that Shakespeare had very little schooling. Yet his keen intellect and mastery of language have earned him the appreciation and applause of the literary world.

Shakespeare's fame, I think, originates from his ability to identify his readers with the characters in his stories. In most of his stories we find reflections of our own experiences. This shows strikingly that Shakespeare had an insight into human nature and the problems of life.

His tragedies, such as "Macbeth" and "Hamlet", clearly show his deep knowledge of the human mind. Man's ambitions, desperation, sorrows, frustrations and hopes are dealt with in these strategies with such skill that the reader himself experiences all the mental conflicts and emotions, and thus gets a better idea about human nature. With equal skill, Shakespeare deals with man's joys and pleasures in all his comedies. His comedies like "Twelfth Night" and "As you like it", are a delight to read. Through the characters in his stories, Shakespeare conveys his views on life and the world.

Most of his characters, such as Hamlet, are vehicles for moral instruction(^^). Man's nature is the theme of all his writings. By a skillful combination of words and situations, he reveals the worst as well as the best in man. His choice of words is masterly and many of his phrases are literary gems (^^). As man's nature is his theme, what he wrote years ago remains true even today, and it will remain so till the end of time. It is for all these reasons that I enjoy reading Shakespeare.

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Sample 3: What clothes tell about people

Clothes can tell us a great deal about a person's background, his social status, his aesthetic (/i:s'θetik/) taste, his mood and also about the climatic conditions he ordinarily lives in. They can also indicate whether he has been recently bereaved (/bi´ri:v/ tinh trang mat nguoi than) or not; at times it is possible to find out the martial status of women by the way they dress. If a person is wearing black, it is indicative of some bereavement. Of course, now black bands are also worn to indicate resentment of the policies of a firm or an association.

White is associated with a large number of emotional states. In many Asian societies, it is considered to be a colour of mourning and amongst the orthodox (/´ɔ:θə¸dɔks/: chinh thong) Hindus, white is the color of widowhood. At the same time white stands for purity and chastity. White is the colour for bridal dress in the West.

In tropical countries it is a colourful scene that meets the eye. The lush greenery of the landscape in Malaysia, Singapore and Burma is matched by the floral designs of the sarong and the bright colours of the blouses and umbrellas. Bright coloured clothes besides providing a contrast to the greenery, also absorb the heat and are cooler to wear. Similarly, it has been noticed that people living in sand coloured surroundings of the desert are inclined to dress up gaily (/'geili/ tuoi vui) and are conspicuous (/kən´spikjuəs/ dap ngay vao mat) amidst their surroundings.

The quality of the material used and the tailoring at once indicate the social status of the man. If the clothes are of a good quality but are worn and threadbare(xac xo) then obviously the man has fallen on evil times. If they are new but not well cut and the wearer doesn't carry them with ease then it would be fair to say that here is an upstart (ke moi phat') who is learning the ways of the rich. Poets and bohemians carry clothes with a subtle indifference and cultured women impart (/im´pa:t/ truyen dat) a grace all their own to the clothes they wear irrespective of the quality or the cost of the clothes. It should be understood that in the tribal world, the aborigines (/,æbə'ridʒəni:z/) do not pay excessive heed to clothes. They belong to the world of civilization and consciousness. The European gypsies-though colourfully dressed do not make dress their prime concern.

In the civilized and highly sophisticated societies, however, clothes have acquired a disproportionate importance. Sartorial (/sɑ:'tɔ:riəl/: thuoc ve may mac) differences have been minimized to a very great extent. The use of synthetic fibers and cheaper imitations of expensive garments have flooded the market. Imitation furs and jewellery add to this effort of camouflaging (/´kæmə¸fla:ʒ/: su nguy trang). It is not always possible to judge correctly the social background of a person due to these reasons. People are consciously dressing according to the accepted standard in order to benefit from class prejudices. Though this may pass in many cases, the truly naive and the truly sophisticated don't join this effort and even if the naive do, they are not successful. For when a man fresh from a rural background tries to acquire an urban exterior, the rest of his behaviour will give him away.

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Sample 4: How to be happy?

Happiness is a shy bird. If you hunt it, it will fly away. (^^)
It is better to set a trap for it and look the other way. Pleasure seekers miss it. They are restless, discontented people who having no inward happiness, seek it in outward things, where they do not often find it.

It is a common mistake to think that money brings happiness. "If only I were rich!" we sigh. Money is not to be despised (/dis'paiz/), and it can do much to make life pleasant. Yet the rich are sometimes unhappy and some poor men sing (^^). So the source of happiness cannot simply in wealth, and even those who will never be rich cans till be happy.

There are some outward conditions that make for happiness. First, good health. A man who suffers from chronic indigestion or a deranged (/di´reindʒ/ roi loan) liver cannot feel very happy. There is a lot truth in the famous joke in Punch: "Is life worth living? It all depends on the liver!" And yet it is wonderful how some invalids rise above their pain and weakness(^^) and keep smiling faces. But these are brave souls, who find happiness within, in spite of their ailments (/'eilmənt/ su dau don). Not everyone is a hero and few can resist the depression and gloom that bad health brings. So to be happy we must keep well and observe the laws of health. An idler is rarely a happy man. Most grumblers are lazy people with nothing to occupy their minds and their time. Workers are generally cheerful. A man who has a congenial (/kən´dʒi:niəl/: phu hop) occupation finds great happiness in his work. And even if one's work is not always as pleasant as it might be, the necessity of doing it, and doing it regularly, saves one from a lot of brooding (buon ba) and melancholy (/melənkəli/ sau muon) thoughts.

We should have healthy amusements and hobbies to fill our leisure hours. "All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy" and a man who has not learnt to use his leisure time, will not be happy. Games, sport, music, reading, any pleasant and wholesome (bo ich) occupation we most take to, will add immensely to the pleasure of life.

And pleasant social intercourse is a great source of happiness. Man is a social animal and few of us can lead entirely solitary lives. True friendship is one of the most precious treasures of life and blessed is he that has a real friend, but even the pleasant companionship of acquaintances is a joy.

But the true source of happiness lies within. Happiness depends not so much on our circumstances, as on ourselves. The kingdom of happiness, like the kingdom of heaven, is within you. A poor man may be happy in a hut and a millionaire unhappy in a palace. In unselfishness, kindness to others, humanity, a clean mind, a clear conscience (/'kɔnʃns/: luong tam) and an upright (ngay thang) life in these things lies the secret of happiness.

"The mind is its own place and of itself
Can make a hell of heaven and a heaven of hell"

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Sample 1: Mountaineering
- (Việc) Leo núi

Man basically has a challenging nature. He feels great when he accepts
challenges and achieving of his targets.

Con người về cơ bản có bản tính ưa thử thách (dịch thế này không sát nhưng mà chẳng biết dịch sao nữa). Con người ta cảm thấy tuyệt vời khi chấp nhận thử thách và đạt được mục tiêu của mình.

Mountains have always challenged the spirit of man and man has always accepted the challenge.
The loftier(cao sung sung) the mountain, the greater has been the desire of man to conquer it and climb to the highest peak to enjoy the thrill of victory(Like this! ^^). The persistence (ben bi) and perseverance (kien tri) of the man has driven him to conquer all the mountains of this world.


Những ngọn núi luôn thử thách lòng người và con người luôn chấp nhận thử thách. Núi càng cao (the loftier the mountain...) ham muốn/ước muốn được chinh phục và leo lên đỉnh cao nhất để tận hưởng cảm giác chiến thắng rộn ràng càng cao (hic, câu này đảo lung tung cả lên, nhưng mà hay, the greater has been the desire of man). Sự bền bỉ (persistence) và kiên trì (perseverant ) của con người đã thúc đẩy họ chinh phục mọi đỉnh núi trên thế giới này.

Mount Everest, the world's tallest peak first conquered by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tensing is very much vulnerable to man. Several expeditions by the British, Swiss, American, Indian and Japanese have scaled (leo,treo) that peak successfully. Life offers a variety of challenges. Some adventurers are fascinated by these dangerous enterprises (cong viec kho khan doi hoi long dung cam va tinh tao bao). Dangers and adventures are basic to their lives. Mountaineering is a dangerous sport and no one can deny it.

Núi Everest, đỉnh cao nhất của thế giới lần đầu được chinh phục bởi Ngài Edmund Hilary and Sherpa Tensing, rất dễ gây tổn thương cho con người (hic, chưa khớp). Một vài chuyến thảm hiểm bời người Anh, Thụy Sĩ, Mỹ, Ấn Độ và Nhật Bản đã leo thành công lên tới đỉnh núi này. Cuộc sống đem đến những thử thách khác nhau. Một vài nhà thám hiểm bị cuốn hút bởi những viẹc khó khăn và nguy hiểm này. Sự nguy hiểm và phiêu lưu là cơ bản với cuộc sống của họ (là cơ bản là sao).???. Leo núi là một môn thể thao mạo hiểm và không ai có thể phủ nhận điều này.

The mountaineer has to start his venture with numerous apparatus (/,æpə'reitəs/: dung cu) like spike shoes (giay dinh),
ice pick axes, oxygen tanks, tents, sleeping apparatus with canned food. The climber finds it really hazardous during climbing because at any moment he may stumble (xay chan)or slip and crash. They are often overtaken by storms and glacier blizzards (bao tuyet du doi). The cold will be so severe that the climbers feet, toes and fingers are liable to frostbite (su te cong).

Người leo núi phải bắt đầu chuyến hành trình của mình với vô số các dụng cụ như giầy đinh (cái này của aqua), rìu phá băng, bình dưỡng khí, lều, dụng cụ ngủ với đồ ăn đóng hộp. Người leo núi cảm thấy rằng thật là nguy hiểm (hazardous) trong suốt quá trình leo núi bởi vì bất cứ lúc nào (at any moment) anh ta cũng có thể bị sẩy chân hoặc trượt và đập. Họ thường bị những cơn bão và tuyết lở bắt kịp. Cơn lạnh sẽ dữ dội (severe) đến mức bàn chân, ngón chân và tay của người leo núi có thể bị tổn thương do quá lạnh (destruction of tissue)

Mountain climbing requires special knowledge, skills and equipments. The climber must be in good physical condition and have good sense of judgement. They should have thorough knowledge about how to read maps and compasses. They should use ropes to tie themselves when scaling steep rocks and plodding (di cham chap va nang nhoc) over snowfields and glaciers (bang ha, song bang).

Môn leo núi đòi hỏi kiến thức chuyên môn, kĩ năng và trang thiết bị. (equipments có số nhiều này, thế mà AQ bảo không có dạng pl của equipment). Người leo núi phải trong điều kiện thể chất tốt (good physical condition to be in) và có đầu óc phán đoán (sense of judgement). Họ phải có kiến thức toàn diênj (thorough knowledge) về cách đọc bản đồ và dùng la bàn thế nào (how to read maps and compasses). Họ phải sử dụng dây thừng để buộc họ lại khi trèo lên những mỏm đá dốc và men qua các bãi tuyết và sông băng (they should use ropes to tie themselves when scaling steep rocks and plodding over snowfields and glaciers)

I
n summary, the climber is a real sportsman who often walks on the edge death (Like thisl! ^^) but will succeed with courage and determination.

Tóm lại, người leo núi phải là một nhà thể thao thực sự người thường hay đi trên mép tử thần (ai dịch hay hơn thì đóng góp ,dịch không được,hic) nhưng rồi sẽ thành công với lòng dũng cảm và sự quyết tâm. ( but will succeed with courage and determination)

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Chú Os hồi còn học phổ thông chắc học Văn giỏi lắm nhỉ! etwtewt

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Haha,đừng ghanh tị với tài năng của người ta chứ Du Mục, vmvm Hihihi,Ngân đùa ti'.

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ồ, nếu bạn nào quan tâm thì tham gia dịch cho vui, aqua has posted quite a few stuffs to your choice, guys ! tks to aqua

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luckygirl_8 wrote:Chú Os hồi còn học phổ thông chắc học Văn giỏi lắm nhỉ!

ừ ,hỗi học lớp 3 chú đi thi đội tuyển Văn của thị xã, quá giỏi, hehe

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tối nay rảnh sẽ làm, bây giờ post chiếm chỗ đã he

Sample 4: How to be happy?


Happiness is a shy bird. If you hunt it, it will fly away. (^^)

It is better to set a trap for it and look the other way. Pleasure
seekers miss it. They are restless, discontented people who having no
inward happiness, seek it in outward things, where they do not often
find it.

It is a common mistake to think that money brings happiness. "If only I were rich!" we sigh. Money is not to be despised (/dis'paiz/), and it can do much to make life pleasant. Yet the rich are sometimes unhappy and some poor men sing (^^). So the source of happiness cannot simply in wealth, and even those who will never be rich cans till be happy.

There are some outward conditions that make for happiness. First, good health. A man who suffers from chronic indigestion or a deranged (/di´reindʒ/ roi loan)
liver cannot feel very happy. There is a lot truth in the famous joke
in Punch: "Is life worth living? It all depends on the liver!" And yet
it is wonderful how some invalids rise above their pain and weakness(^^) and keep smiling faces. But these are brave souls, who find happiness within, in spite of their ailments (/'eilmənt/ su dau don). Not
everyone is a hero and few can resist the depression and gloom that bad
health brings. So to be happy we must keep well and observe the laws of
health. An idler is rarely a happy man. Most grumblers are lazy people
with nothing to occupy their minds and their time. Workers are generally
cheerful. A man who has a congenial (/kən´dʒi:niəl/: phu hop)
occupation finds great happiness in his work. And even if one's work is
not always as pleasant as it might be, the necessity of doing it, and
doing it regularly, saves one from a lot of brooding (buon ba) and melancholy (/melənkəli/ sau muon) thoughts.

We should have healthy amusements and hobbies to fill our leisure hours. "All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy" and a man who has not learnt to use his leisure time, will not be happy. Games, sport, music, reading, any pleasant and wholesome (bo ich) occupation we most take to, will add immensely to the pleasure of life.

And
pleasant social intercourse is a great source of happiness. Man is a
social animal and few of us can lead entirely solitary lives. True
friendship is one of the most precious treasures of life and blessed is
he that has a real friend, but even the pleasant companionship of
acquaintances is a joy.

But the true source of happiness lies
within. Happiness depends not so much on our circumstances, as on
ourselves. The kingdom of happiness, like the kingdom of heaven, is
within you. A poor man may be happy in a hut and a millionaire unhappy
in a palace. In unselfishness, kindness to others, humanity, a clean
mind, a clear conscience (/'kɔnʃns/: luong tam) and an upright (ngay thang) life in these things lies the secret of happiness.

"The mind is its own place and of itself
Can make a hell of heaven and a heaven of hell"

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