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高分英语作文1：Description of Mu Tingting
South African President Jacob Zuma will arrive in Zimbabwe for a three-day visit aimed at easing tensions within a fragile power sharing government. It is believed that Zuma will assess whether Zimbabwe is ready to hold a general election, which could be held next year. President Robert Mugabe and his old rival, Morgan Tsvangirai, were united a year ago, but they still have differences on several key issues and are trying to reverse Zimbabwe's battered economy.
The crisis in Zimbabwe has forced about 3 million Zimbabweans to cross the border to South Africa, where they live as a refuge, according to South African officials. Zuma was in Harare to "help remove the barriers to the full implementation of the power sharing agreement," says BBC reporter Karen Allen in Johanneurg, who says his focus seems increasingly likely to be on securing new elections The law can be introduced in time for a possible vote next year. Tsvangirai's movement for democratic change (MDC) hopes to hold elections as soon as possible to resolve the political dispute with Mugabe's zanup.
The MDC accused Mugabe of breaking the power sharing agreement. Mugabe unilaterally appointed a central bank governor and attorney general, and tried Roy Bennett, a senior politician of the MDC, on terrorism charges, which further exacerbated the differences between the two parties. Mr Mugabe angrily criticized Mr Tsvangirai for not taking enough measures to lift the sanctions imposed by western countries during his recent visit to the UK, and Zuma also tried to relax them without success.
Dear Haifeng, Tingting, dear Haifeng, one of my college classmates is going to Beijing on business. She will arrive after work at 7:00 p.m. I will pick her up at the airport.
You can wait for us to have dinner at Lucky restaurant. Can you buy three tickets for the concert? We can go there after dinner to tinkle.
I'm afraid we can no longer appreciate the power of sport. I'm afraid we'll never enjoy the satiying process of chewing and tasting food. I'm afraid the warmth of face-to-face conversation will be extravagant.
Or, Eugene Smith's worry has finally come true, and we have no chance to see it happen, because we humans have been destroyed by our own hands in nuclear war.