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106 學測英文:作文分享

  • 2017-01-24
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  • 106學測作文讓押寶「命題式作文」的大學堂教學團隊有些小失望,呵。今年的題型走了回頭路,睽違兩年的四格作文再次重出江湖。然而,同學們卻是兩樣情喔。他們普遍反應,應考時,看到這「親民的」連環圖,頓時嘴角隱隱上揚,腦中也浮現學測班練習和背誦過的幾回作文。他們援用了當中部分字詞、句構、劇情,完成了「料多梗足」的作品。

    感謝學測衝刺課程 成功高中連同學 的分享。

    考試才剛結束就已開啟指考作戰模式的他,努力尋回記憶脈絡,為大家重現了他的作文文稿。經過老師的提點和細部潤飾後,下文就是他最終的心血結晶囉。

    [ 較短版 ] 

    This morning, seeing the warm sunlight flood into the living room, Dad said, “What a beautiful day! Let’s go on a long-expected family trip.” Mom and I let out shouts of joy. After finishing packing, Mom and I handed all the luggage to Dad and he put it into the car trunk. Off we went to embark on our exciting adventure.

    Twenty minutes into our trip, we were stuck in a severe traffic jam. Hundreds of cars stranded on the highway formed a winding dragon and transformed the road into a big parking lot. It turned out that a taxi collided with a truck. Getting out of their damaged vehicles, the two drivers erupted into a fierce argument over who should be held accountable for the unpleasant incident and most importantly the compensation. After hours of sitting in a barely moving line of traffic, some impatient drivers kept sounding their horns while others groaned, shouted insults, and yelled, “Move your cars to the road shoulder. Don’t get in our way and waste our precious time.” Hearing that, the embarassed drivers apologized to everyone for the incovenience they had caused and had their cars towed away. After the farce came to an end, we got on the road again. One hour later, we arrived at our destination – the Taipei Zoo- only to find a vast sea of visitors flocking in front of the main gate. I shook my head in disbelief.

    An idea flashed into my mind. Instead of waiting in the seemingly endless line and squeezing through the entrance to join the birthday party of Yuan Zai, the lovely baby panda, I suggested my parents to go picnicking at the nearby riverside park. Wandering around for a while, we finally chose a shading patch of grass under a tree as our ideal picnic spot. Dad and I went to buy some cold drinks while Mom half-opened the lids of the food containers to prevent the sandwiches from going soggy. The ketchup and salad dressing made Mom’s hands sticky so she went to the restroom to clean herself up. As all of us were away, the delicious smell drifting in the air tempted the hungry monkey down. After stuffing a big plastic bag with apples and his favorite snacks, the greedy animal grabbed his rewards, climbed back to the tree and hid in the branches.

    Returning to the picnic site, we were shocked to see the basket empty and the blanket in a terrible mess. Suddenly, I was hit hard on the head by the apple cores coming from out of nowhere. Looking up, we saw a monkey flashing a naughty grin and making faces at us. We came to realize it was the monkey that stole our food and ruined our picnic. Rather than hunting down the “shameless thief,” we looked at each other and burst into roaring laughter. This episode did make our outing unforgettable.

    [ 較長版 ] 

    As a senior, I spent every waking moment burying myself in piles of books to excel in the college entrance exam. Meanwhile, my parents, both of whom had a tight schedule, seldom went back home before 2 a.m. Therefore, we barely have time to hang out together, engage in an interesting conversation or sat at the table to feast on delicacies. This morning, seeing the warm sunlight flood into the living room, Dad said, “What a beautiful day! Let’s go on a long-expected family trip.” Mom and I let out shouts of joy. After finishing packing, Mom and I handed all the luggage to Dad and he put it into the car trunk. Off we went to embark on our exciting adventure. 

    Twenty minutes into our trip, we were stuck in a severe traffic jam. Hundreds of cars stranded on the highway formed a winding dragon and transformed the road into a big parking lot. It turned out that a taxi collided with a truck. Getting out of their damaged vehicles, the two drivers erupted into a fierce argument over who should be held accountable for the unpleasant incident and most importantly the compensation. After hours of sitting in a barely moving line of traffic, some impatient drivers kept sounding their horns while others groaned, shouted insults, and yelled, “Move your cars to the road shoulder. Don’t get in our way and waste our precious time.” Hearing that, the embarrassed drivers apologized to everyone for the inconvenience they had caused and had their cars towed away. After the farce came to an end, we got on the road again. One hour later, we arrived at our destination – the Taipei Zoo- only to find a vast sea of visitors flocking in front of the main gate. 

    Not wanting to wait in the seemingly endless line, I shook my head in disbelief and looked down at the heavy picnic basket in my hand. Right at this moment, an idea flashed into my mind. Instead of squeezing through the entrance to join the birthday party of Yuanzi, the lovely baby panda, I suggested my parents to go picnicking at the nearby riverside park. Wandering around for a while, we finally chose a shading patch of grass under a tree as our ideal picnic spot. When Mom spread the picnic blanket, I told her that I forgot to bring my favorite black tea and Dad and I would like to buy some in the nearby convenience store. Mom replied, “Go ahead,” while she half-opened the lids of the food containers to prevent the sandwiches and hamburgers from going soggy. The ketchup and salad dressing made her hands sticky so she went to the restroom to clean herself up. As all of us were away, a gust of strong wind blew all the lids away. The delicious smell drifting in the air tempted the hungry monkey down. The greedy animal scrambled to stuff the big plastic bag with apples, chicken pies, and chocolate cakes. Unable to resist the temptation of the ripe bananas, he even stopped to eat some. Feeling content, the monkey grabbed the heavy bag, climbed back to the tree and hid in the branches. 

    As we returned to the picnic site, we were shocked to see the basket empty and the blanket in a terrible mess. When we wondered what had happened, I was hit hard on the head by the apple cores coming from out of nowhere. Looking up, we saw a monkey flashing a naughty grin and making faces at us. We came to realize it was the monkey that stole our food and ruined our picnic. Dad and I ran after the “shameless thief,” trying to get back some of our foods, but our half-hour hunt ended in failure. Hearing her stomach growling loud, Mom said, “I know there is a famous restaurant just across the street. How about having lunch there?” I nodded in silent agreement, looking quite exhausted. Today just wasn’t our day!     

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    106 學測英文:作文猜題

  • 2017-01-16
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  • Hall Learner
  • 近年來學測作文指考化,棄連環圖,改採命題式作文的趨勢愈形明顯。教學團隊討論出六道結合時事的作文題目供大家參考一下。 

    1. 假若你是雇主,你傾向以較高的薪水來雇用資深員工,還是以較低的薪水聘用沒工作經驗的年輕員工呢?促使你做出此決定的理由又是什麼?(這個題目的靈感來自今年層出不窮的勞資爭議事件)

    2. 社會上發生多起博愛座強迫讓位事件,讓這個原本立意良善的設施蒙上陰影。社會上也開始出現廢除博愛座的聲音。請表達你對廢除博愛座一事的看法。第一段說明你贊不贊成廢除博愛座,並陳述原因。第二段以個人經驗為例,說明你平常搭乘大眾運輸系統所觀察到的博愛座使用情況。 

    3. 2016年八月高中生服儀規定有了重大的變革。教育部宣布鬆綁逾百年的服儀管制,學生可選擇穿著學校認可服裝進出校園。學生團體認為這是一大進步,更希望進一步開放全面穿便服;但也有教師憂心未來學生會越來越難管教。你認為學生應穿制服嗎?你贊成或反對的理由為何?

    4. 科技不斷推陳出新,自動化機器大軍正一點一滴地滲透我們的生活。第一段請描述你認為未來人工智慧和機器人的進化將如何改變人類社會呢﹖第二段請就如何因應上述現象,具體(舉例)說明你對大學生涯的學習規劃。 

    5. 回顧近幾年,最令你印象深刻的風潮是什麼呢﹖第一段請說明這股風潮對台灣社會所造成的影響﹖第二段請分析這股風潮的利弊得失。 

    6. 近幾年,來台觀光旅遊人數和鄰近的日本、韓國、新加坡、馬來西亞等仍有一段差距。且這些國家也都加足馬力,積極擴展觀光版圖,因此我們向前的腳步沒有稍歇的權利。第一段,請說明你認為應如何提升台灣的觀光競爭力呢﹖第二段,請介紹一個你想讓外國人認識的城鎮,內容包括當地的風土民情、觀光景點或美食小吃。


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    106 學測英文:時事單字猜題

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  • 五天後又是驗收三年辛苦成果的時候了,想必大家已做好萬全準備,摩拳擦掌準備登擂台試身手了吧。這陣子,過動的大學堂英文團隊也沒閒著,不是忙抓怪,而是忙著揣摩今年的命題方向。以下就是我們想破頭後所列出的單字清單。撥空看看吧﹗好運永遠不嫌多,是吧!

    TOPIC 1:年金改革
    retire (v) 退休;retirement (n) 退休;retiree (n) 退休人士;pension (n) 退休金 / 年金;fund (n) 資金 (v) 贊助;bankruptcy (n) 破產;reform (n) 改革;protest (v) (n) 示威抗議;demonstrate (v) 展現 / 示威抗議;generation (n) 世代;call for N (v) 呼籲…;demand (v) 要求 (n) 需求;benefit (n) 福利 / 利益 (v) 從…獲利;dignity (n) 尊嚴;stable (adj) 持續穩定的;sustainable (adj) 可持續的;comprehensive (adj) 全面的 / 完整的;target (v) 瞄準針對 (n) 目標;specific (adj) 特定的;occupation (n) 職業;consensus (n) 共識;well-being (n) 幸福;welfare (n) 福利/ 福祉

    TOPIC 2:核電;節約能源;日本核食
    nuclear energy (n) 核能;nuclear power plant (n) 核電廠;generate electricity 發電;energy conservation (n) 節約能源;disposal (n) 處理;nuclear waste (n) 核廢料;storage (n) 儲存;burial (n) 掩埋;tsunami (n) 海嘯;trigger (v) 引發;meltdown (n) 熔毀/ 崩潰;nuclear disaster (n) 核災;nuke food 核食;policy (n) 政策;issue (v) 發出 (n) 議題 / 問題;import (v) (n) 進口;risk (n) 風險危機;hazard / jeopardy/ peril (n) 危險;threat (n) 威脅;radiation (n) 輻射;radioactive (adj) 輻射性的;area / region (n) 區域;leak (n) (v) 洩漏/ 外洩;pollute/ contaminate (v) 汙染;toxic/ poisonous (adj) 有毒的;chaotic (adj) 混亂的;dispute / argument (v) (n) 爭執;controversy (n) 爭議;debate (v) (n) 辯論;take N into account (v) 將…納入考慮;certificate (n) 證明 / 證書;confirm (v) 確認;produce (n) 農產品;origin (n) 來源;impose / enforce/ carry out N (v) 實施;restrict / limit (v) 限制;strict (adj) 嚴格的;restriction / limit / limitation (n) 限制;block (v) 阻止 / 阻塞;boycott (v) 杯葛;prohibit/ ban N from Ving 禁止N做Ving;public health (n) 公眾健康;food safety (n) 食安;assess / evaluate (v) 評估;detect (v) 偵測;device (n) 精巧裝置;inspect (v) 檢驗;intensively (adv) 嚴密地;monitor (v) 監控;screen (v) 篩檢;oversee / supervise (v) 監督;precaution (n) 預防措施

    TOPIC 3:美國大選;移民/ 種族歧視;性別歧視
    election (n) 選舉;nominate (v) 提名;candidate (n) 候選人;vote (v) 投票 (n) 票;opponent (n) 競爭對手;eligible (adj) 合格的;campaign (n) 活動;launch (v) 發動開始;publicity (n) 宣傳曝光度;rumor (n) 謠言;circulate (v) (貨幣 / 消息) 流通散佈 / 循環;racial / ethnic (adj) 種族的;discriminate (v) 歧視;divide / split / separate (v) 分裂 / 分隔;ignorant (adj) 不知道的/ 無知的;fuel (n) 燃料 (v) 助長惡化;prejudice / bias (n) 偏見;stereotype (n) 刻板印象;minority (n) 少數族群;immigrate (v) 移民;illegal / unlawful / illegitimate (adj) 違法的;verbally (adv) 口頭上地;abuse (v)(n) 濫用/ 虐待/ 惡言辱罵;offensive (adj) 冒犯的;outrageous (adj) 令人無法接受的;violence (n) 暴力;tension (n) 緊張不安;condemn / denounce (v) 譴責;intolerance (n) 不容忍;deportation (n) 遣返;gender discrimination (n) 性別歧視;sexism (n) 性別歧視 / 男性至上;harassment (n) 騷擾;gossip (n) (v) 八卦;scandal (n) 醜聞;investigate (v) 調查;a U-turn 髮夾彎

    TOPIC 4:寶可夢 (Pokemon Go)
    novel (adj) 創新的; global phenomenon (n) 轟動全球的人事物;sensation / craze / trend / fad (n) 風潮;people of all ages 不分老幼;release (v) (n) 發行;download (v) 下載;install (v) 安裝;component (n) 元件;feature (n) 特色;strategy (n) 策略;track (v) 追蹤;chase / pursue (v) 追求;capture (v) 抓;rare (adj) 罕見稀有的;scarce (adj) 稀少的;lure (n) 誘餌 (v) 誘惑;appeal to N 吸引;location (n) 地點;hatch (v) 孵化;resource (n) 資源;supply (v) 提供 (n) 補給;temptation (n) 誘惑;vibrate (v) 震動;reminder (n) 提醒;obsess / absorb / immerse對…很著迷;addict (v) 對…成癮 (n) 上癮者;distract (v) 分心;reckless (adj) 粗心大意的;offence (n) 違規犯罪;injury (n) 受傷;pedestrian (n) 行人;passenger (n) (交通工具上的) 乘客; adjust (v) 調整;discourage (v) 使沮喪 / 勸阻;disable (v) 使殘障 / 使無法運作;function (n) 功能 (v) 運作;intentional / deliberate (adj) 故意地;cautious / wary / discreet (adj) 謹慎小心的;violate (v) 違反;regulation (n) 法規;nuisance (n) 討人厭的人事物;penalty / fine (n) 罰款;issue (v) 發布;warning / alert (n) 警告

    TOPIC 5:三星手機爆炸
    battery (n) 電池;overheat (v) 過熱;explode (v) 爆炸;explosion / blast (n) 爆炸;explosive (adj) 爆炸(性)的 (n) 爆裂物;burst into (v) 突然爆出 flames (n) 火焰;spontaneous (adj) 自動自發的/ 自然而然的;extinguish (v) 撲滅(火);manufacture (v) (n) 製造;defect (n) 瑕疵;positive (adj) pole 正極;negative (adj) pole 負極;touch / contact (n)(v) 接觸;short-circuit 短路;halt (v) (n) 暫停;announce (v) 宣布;voluntary (adj) 自願的;recall (v)(n) 回收下架;refund (n) 退款;repair (v) (n) 修理;exchange (v) (n) 交換/ 換貨;replace (v) 取代

    TOPIC 6:霧霾 / PM 2.5 / air pollution  
    notorious (adj) 惡名昭彰的;source (n) 來源;exhaust (n) 廢氣;emit/ discharge / release (v) 排放;emission (n) 排放;form (v) 形成 (n) 表格 / 形態;formation (n) 形成;smog / haze (v) 霧霾;hazy / blurred / obscure / vague (adj) 模糊的; increasingly/ gradually (adv) 漸漸地;fatal / deadly/ lethal (adj) 致命的;adverse/ negative / harmful (adj) 有害的;choke (v) 窒息;cloud / blanket (v) 覆蓋;excess / excessive (adj) 過多的;mask (n) 面具 / 口罩;premature (adj) 過早的;shrink (v) 縮小;life expectancy (n) 壽命;infect/ contract (v) 受感染;chronic (adj) 慢性的;disease / illness (n) 疾病;suffer (v) 受苦受難;diagnose (v) 診斷;prescribe (v) 開處方簽;treatment / therapy (n) 治療 / 療法;remedy (n) 療法 / 補救之道 (v) 補救矯正;  cause N to V原= lead to N / result in N / bring about N / contribute to N / give rise to N 導致引發…;result from N/ come from N / stem from N / originate from N/ derive from N起源於…;link/ relate / connect / associate (v) 和…有關;consequence (n) 後果;exposure (n) 暴露在…之下;plague / torment / torture (v) 折磨;rapid (adj) 快速的;deteriorate (n) 惡化;decline (v) (n) 下降;surge / soar (v) 暴增;air quality 空氣品質;devote / commit / dedicate oneself to N 全心投入;priority (n) 首要事項

    TOPIC 7:高齡社會 / 社會福利 / 長照
    long-term care 長照;policy 政策;ambitious (adj) 雄心壯志的;implement (v) 執行;trial (n) 試驗;老人家 the seniors / the elders / the elderly / the elderly people / the graying population (銀髮族);low fertility rate 生育率;magnify (v) 放大;address (v) 解決/ 發表演說;face / encounter / confront (v) 面臨;ageing population 人口老化;aged society 高齡化社會;social welfare 社會福利;stress / pressure (n) 壓力; challenge (v) (n) 挑戰;dilemma (n) 兩難困境;enjoy the later years 安享晚年; lack of N 缺乏;sufficient / adequate / abundant (adj) 充足的;employ / hire (v) 雇用;recruit (n) 新進人員(v) 招募;cultivate / foster (v) 培養;qualified / eligible (adj) 合格的;caregiver (n) 照護者;workforce (n) 勞動力;human resource 人力資源; low-paying (adj) 低薪的;facility (n) 機構;disability (n) 殘障;physically- challenged / handicapped (adj) 殘障的;finance/ fund (n) 財源 (v) 為…提供資金;inheritance (n) 繼承;tobacco (n) 菸草;tax (n) 稅

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    「小說/繪本」導讀教學 - Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears

  • 2016-12-22
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  • 小寫手 Morrison 又出有聲書專輯囉。這次選得是逗趣的西非民間傳說 — Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears (為何蚊子老在人們耳邊嗡嗡作響)。他除了「獻聲」 外,還施展了獨門「畫功」。 咱們一起去瞧瞧吧! 大家的觀賞和鼓勵,就是 Morrison 創作的動力喔!


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    托福口說分享(三)

  • 2016-10-07
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  • 感謝 台北大學 黃同學中道中學國際部 葉同學 接棒托福口說, 大方「獻聲」溜英文喔!

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    學測衝刺教學:101學年度北模 - 書信英文作文分享

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  • 105 學年度第一次學測英文模擬考中,沉寂一陣子的書信作文體裁又重出江湖,殺得許多同學措手不及。今天就以101 台北學測模擬考作文「園遊會」為題,讓同學了解基本的書信格式,也和大家分享「學測衝刺」成功高中 黃同學 迸發的活動創意 : D



    提示:從小到高中,大家都有參加園遊會的經驗。請寫一封邀請函,請你的親朋好友來參加學校園遊會。第一段說明園遊會的時間和主題,你將要賣什麼產(食)品或辦什麼活動,同時說明其特色。第二段說明如何抵達會場及園遊會所得用途。請注意:信頭稱謂請用 Dear All,信末署名需用 John 或 Jane。

    初稿:老師於課堂上講解寫作方向,提示詞彙片語後,請同學於週間完成初稿,並寄至學測衝刺教學指定信箱。

    Dear All, (註:書信作文開頭,人名稱呼後要打「逗號」

    This year, our school fair is decided to be hold on 10/30. It will be opened at 4:00 p.m. and finish approximately at 9:30 p.m.. Different from the past event which just sold some snacks and played some boring games(註:關代 which 代替前面的名詞 past event,event 不會 sold / played,文法錯誤,建議刪除這節。), this time, our subject is "Brave." (註:活動主題 theme,非 subject (學科 / 話題 / 受測者)。)The event features 3 parts. First, in the entrance is the ghost house. Every guest has to get through the ten-minute-long dim tunnel, and along the way, there are plenty of "surprises" waiting for you. (註:這是一般大家想像的鬼屋,文法上都正確,但就是缺了亮點,可多加點創意。)In addition, as soon as you pass the tunnel, several peddlers exhibit in front of you, and they are all in Halloween styles. (註:將 exhibit (展示) 改成 show up / appear (出現)。要仔細描寫小販所販售的食物,食物也應扣緊 Halloween / 恐怖片這主軸。)Beside the food and drink, we also have many club performance like guitar, drama, magic, and honor guard. (註:Beside (= next to) 要換成 Besides (除…以外) 。many 後方的 performances 應為複數。表演節目和內容還是要扣緊 horror 這主軸。)Moreover, there will be a horrible movie註:horrible (adj.) 可怕的。應換成 horrible movie)playing in the auditorium at 7:00. If you want to challenge your bravery, just come! (註:換成 test your mental limitation 更好)

    And how to go to our school? (註:how to…這句非完整句子,應避免在作文中出現。)The most convenient way is that taking he MRT to the Shandao Temple station and go out from exit 5. 註:關代 that 後方要加完整句子,要有完整動作,taking 需改成 take。又或去掉 that,改成 taking…and going…。)Once you leave the station, go straight for about 100 meters and on your left hand side is our school. Apart from taking the MRT, you can also take bus 208, 262, 304, which directly reach there. By the way, our school fair ticket cost 300 dollars. It is mean that you won’t spend any money while entering the place. (註:ticket 應該搭 costs。is / mean 雙動詞,文法錯誤。實際上參加者花了 300 元買入場券,而不是不花一毛錢入場。反而應說明入場券可抵園遊會中的哪些項目。)All our profits will donate to ICRC. (註:profits 應搭配被動式 be donated。)You will not only attend a sensational celebration but also make charities. (註:中式英文,應改成 make charitable contributions。)Don’t you want to experience a different and interesting Halloween? Don’t hesitate. We all welcome you to come.                                           
    Sincerely,
    John
    (註:信尾署名 (John) 和敬語 (Sincerely) 不在同一行。Sincerely 後方需打逗號。)

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    Dear All,
    This year, we will hold a fair to celebrate our school’s 80th anniversary and Halloween. And we would like to invite you, along with your family and friends, to join us on Oct. 30th, from 4 pm to 9:30 pm. We promise to have something for everyone, so get ready to have great fun. Different from the past celebrations, this time, we make “bravery” the main event theme. For those of you who love some thrills and chills, you can sign up for the “haunted house.” Unlike the typical 5-minute walkthrough maze with sickly corpses jumping out at you, our “Gates of Hell” is created by hardcore terror fanatics and employs movie-quality props and special effects. The house features various horror elements that get inside your head in ways too horrible to describe. For example, you might be unexpectedly stuffed into a coffin or trapped in scary illusions such as being attacked by something invisible and then left soaked in your own blood. In addition, if you are more a food lover than thrill-seekers, there are 100 stalls offering a great variety of “spooky,” mind-blowing delicacies inspired by well-known horror movies. Among the snacks is green slime popcorn. Rumor has it that if you eat a whole bowl in front of the mirror in a dark room and say Bloody Murray three times, the busters will appear. Besides, if you are willing to venture to a vampire diet, you can sample those blood orange pops to see how Cullens in the movie Twilight quench their blood cravings. Another highlight of this fair is an afternoon live concert, which boasts student artists singing the creepy theme songs of classic horror movies or put on shows adapted from popular thrillers. Moreover, there will be a horror movie playing in the auditorium at 7:00. If you want to test your mental limitation, just come! 

    As for the transportation, the most convenient way to get to our campus is to take the MRT to the Shandao Temple station and get out at exit 5. Once you leave the station, go straight for about 100 meters, and on your left-hand side is our school. Apart from taking the MRT, you can also take bus 208, 262, 304 and get off right in front of the school gate. The admission fee is $300 per person and it includes unlimited access to the haunted house, the concert, shows, and exhibitions. All our profits will be donated to the charities including the ICRC. This means that by attending this sensational celebration, you are also making a big difference to the lives of those in need. Above all, don’t you want to experience Halloween in different ways? Don’t hesitate! The tickets are expected to sell out soon so you had better sign up now.  
            
    Sincerely,
    John


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