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TO: 小乖 “這是什麼意思 ?
TO: Mei ' 這是什麼意思?
- 1 decade agoBest Answer
Jake was a very nice young man.But one night, He went out with his co-workers. Everyone was having a good time and Jake drank a little too much. He drank more with his friends until it go to be very late. It was time to go home.
Without thinking, he got into his car and started to drive home. At frist, everything was fine. But then he started to feel dizzy because he drank too much alcohol. He didn't see clearly where he was going. "I shouldn't drive drunk," he said to himself. That was very dangerous. Suddenly his car hit a wall. The side of the car was crushed in and his windshield was broken.
Thank God, he didn't die in the accident. But, he was seriously injured. He broke his leg and will probably have to use a wheelchair for a while. It was an awful experience for him.
Jake's story tells us that we should never, ever drive drunk. We can't afford the consequences. When you drink, you can always take a taxi. Don't drive a vehicle on the roads. Keep yourself safe and don't put someone else's life in danger. We should all remember that tragedies happen in one minute if you didn't think carefully. So it is important for everyone not to drive drunk. Everyone should remeber this.
- 小乖Lv 61 decade ago
Ask for Directions
1 Everybody knows that men hate to stop and ask for directions. My husband is no different. Every time we get lost, we drive around for hours before he finally pulls over and asks for help
2 One Saturday we saw an ad in the newspaper for a country dance and picnic at a farm outside of town. We fixed up our old cowboy hats, cut out the map from the newspaper and started driving. After a few hours, I brought up the fact that we were lost. Of course my husband lost his temper when I suggested we ask someone for directions. “I can find it!” he yelled. I didn’t see any point in fighting about it, so I just told him, “By all means, carry on.”
3 After another hours of driving, I decided it was high time to ask for help. By chance we passed a little gas station with an old man sitting out by the pumps. My husband agreed to stop because we needed gas, but he drew the line at asking for directions. I got out of the car and walked over to the old man. Before I asked him anything he smiled and said, “The map is wrong. It’s Highway 23, not 32.” “How did you know?” I asked in surprise. “You’re the fifth woman whose husband has gotten lost in the last hour!”Source(s): Illustrated Everyday Idioms with Stories (Book 2)