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这周我们回顾了一篇文章,名叫“为什么现在男的越来越像流氓,女的越来越像狐狸精”。正如文章的题目所说,现在的大环境,用中国老一辈人的评判标准来看,已经很少能见到所谓的好孩子了。现在的青少年,有哪个能够自觉的每天大部时间用来学习,有哪个能够摆脱网络,社交软件的诱惑?尤其中国社会那样一个环境,人人都把扭曲了的道德观念作为自己的思维方式,把变异的文化作为潮流来效仿。即使有人希望独善其身,不想沾染那些不好的东西,在那样一个环境中,也很难做到。环境的影响对每个人都是重要的,尤其是正在成长的青少年。而叔叔就为我们创造了这样一个良好的环境,在这里,除了学习之外,我们会聆听道德,传统文化等文章,转变自己原来不好的思维方式。并且即使是休息时间,大部分也会利用看书来度过。在这个满是不良信息的世界,叔叔这里好比一条小船,在波涛汹涌的河流中逆流而上。


This week we reviewed an article titled "Why now men are more and more like hooligans and women are more and more vixen." As the title of the article says, in today's environment, even using the standards of the father's era, it's rare to see so-called normal people. today's teenagers can consciously spend most of their time studying, and who can get rid of the temptation of the Internet and social software? Especially in an environment like Chinese, everyone takes the distorted moral concept as their way of thinking, and takes the mutated culture as a trend to follow. Even if someone wants to be alone and don't want to be contaminated with those bad things, it is very difficult to do so. The influence of the environment is important to everyone, especially growing teens. And my uncle has created such a good environment for us. Here, in addition to studying, we will listen to articles on ethics and traditional culture, and change our original bad way of thinking. And even if it is a break, most of it will be spent by reading books. In this world full of bad information, my uncle is like a small boat sailing upstream in the turbulent Yangtze River.


阅读可以说是每个叔叔这里学生的必修课,叔叔这里的学生都喜欢阅读,这也得益于叔叔一开始培养激发大家读书的兴趣。大多数刚来的学生并不喜欢阅读,像我,Tom都是其中十分突出的例子。以前在家时总以电视,电脑,网络游戏来消磨时间,哪怕有趣的书本就放在触手可及的地方,也很难把它拿着翻来看看,心里想:还是父母不允许的电脑游戏和视频更有意思。在叔叔这里,我们触及不到那些不好的嗜好,读书则成为了放松最好的选择。记得当时读过一篇文章,其中提到:据媒体报道,中国人年均读书0.7本,与韩国的人均7本,日本的40本,俄罗斯的55本相比,中国人的阅读量少得可怜。现在的中国大陆已经很少有人能够真正静下心来阅读一本书了。叔叔这里则不同,我们喜欢上阅读之后,基本上每个星期都能够读完一本正常厚度的书。尤其是来到加拿大之后(因为疫情的影响)很多时间都呆在屋子里,在这一年多的时间中,自己总共读了45本书。虽然其他同学阅读的具体数目并不清楚,但是从那些比自己更加勤奋,甚至争分夺秒争取阅读时间的行动中就不难看出,很多学生的阅读量肯定是比我更多的。阅读可以增长见识、知识、学识,同时也是提高语文能力的关键小妙招。并且在这阳光明媚,时间充裕的暑假,坐在窗边的椅子上,吹着空调、吃块西瓜,翻开自己喜欢的书籍,或文学小说,亦或者一本名家散文集,感受故事中的酸甜苦辣。体味作者的思想,心路历程。这难道不也是人生的一大乐趣吗?起码在叔叔这里学生的思想中,人生幸事,莫大于此。


Reading can be said to be a compulsory course for every student here. Many people know that the students here like to read. This is also due to the fact that my uncle cultivated everyone's interest in reading at the beginning. Most new students don't like to read, and Tom, like me, is a prominent example. I used to spend time at home with TV, computer, and online games. Even if interesting books are within easy reach, it’s hard to read them. I thought that computer games and videos that my parents didn’t allow would be more interesting. . Here in my uncle, we can't touch those bad hobbies, and reading has become the best choice for relaxation. I remember reading an article at that time, which mentioned: According to media reports, Chinese people read 0.7 books per year, compared with 7 books per capita in South Korea, 40 books in Japan, and 55 books in Russia, Chinese people read less. There are very few people in mainland China now who can really calm down and read a book. Uncle is different here. After we like to read, we can basically finish a book of normal thickness every week. Especially after I came to Canada (and the impact of the epidemic), I spent a lot of time in the house. In more than a year, I read a total of 43 books. The specific number of other students has not been counted, but it is not difficult to see from the actions of those who are more diligent than myself, and even race against time to gain reading time, that many students must read more than me. Reading can increase knowledge, knowledge, and knowledge, and it is also a key trick to improve language skills. And in this sunny summer vacation with plenty of time, sitting on a chair by the window, blowing the air conditioner, eating watermelon, opening your favorite book, or a literary novel, or a collection of famous essays, feel the story. ups and downs. Appreciate the author's thoughts and mental journey. Isn't that one of life's great joys? At least in the thoughts of my uncle's students here, there is nothing more fortunate in life than this.

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