Mr. White owns a bar in New York. He likes children. He has two children himself. But he thinks that children should not come into his bar. In New York， children under eighteen can not drink alcohol and they can’ t go into bars. In Mr. White’ s bar， there is a sign over the bar. It says： Anyone under eighteen is prohibited from drinking. It’ s the law of New York.
Whenever I have a meeting， Mary is always the first person that I’ d like to invite. She is a talkative lady. This is the reason why I want her to come to the meeting. She will be able to make my other guests laugh. She doesn’t get any angry even if someone tries to make fun of her. She can also discuss almost anything you can think of.
Anna was five years old. Her mother took her to the biggest shop in town. Anna found a beautiful doll in one of the show windows， and looked at it for a few minutes. When she looked around， she could not find her mother. She was very young， but she did not cry. She saw a policeman in the street， and went to him. She asked， “Have you seen a lady without a small girl?” “Yes， I have，” answered the policeman. Anna said with a smile， “I am the small girl. Where is the lady?”
Last Sunday was a beautiful day. Paul went on a picnic to a mountain with his parents. They went to the foot of the mountain by car. Then they walked up to the top， and it took about one hour and a half. Paul was the first to reach the top， the next was his father， and his mother was the last. on the top of the mountain they saw some people who were enjoying hand gliding. Down below a lot of cows were eating grass in the field. Paul and his parents had a very good time at the picnic.
This is a story of one of the most famous men in the world. His name is Albert Schweitzer. When he was thirty years old， he began to study to become a doctor. He wanted to help many poor and sick people in Africa. In 1913 he went to Africa. He was very busy every day， because he had to take care of many people who needed his help. He did everything he could for them. They did not have to pay for his help. The 1952 Nobel Peace Prize was given to Albert Schweitzer.