Unit 1 Will people have robots？
Living With the Future
Life in the future
China's first robot milker put into use
In the Future I Were
China Develops FiSh-shaped Robot for Underwater Archeological Research
Antiterrorism Robot Developed in China
Robot Partners Are Coming
Hitachi Develops New Robots
Robots And You
Chinese University Developed Medical Robot
My Very Own Robot：White Box Robotics 912
The Most Expensive Piece of Art.Ever
Hitachi Unveils“Fastest Robot
The ECOnomic Forecasts for Next Year
Talking about the Future
What In the World Will the Future Bring
Robots to Tackle Air Pollution
A Song of Colours
Unit 2 What should I do？
Boom of Atier-.school Education in China
Disciplining a Teenager
Children’S Day：All I Want to Do Is Sleep and Play
After——school Activities at Shady Side Academy
Living with Pressure
Is Your Child SO Busy？
American Children's Life
Many Children are Under Pressure
Find the Facts
How Can I Tell if My Child Is too Busy？
Parents Help Children Learn how to Succeed
Secrets to a less stressful workday
Slowing It Down
Tips for Busy Families
The Importance of Family
Win an Argument without Making an Enemy
Why Are Kids SO Busy？
Fly ShaU We Fly
What does Time Mean in America
Unit 3 What were you doing when the UFO arrived？
Unit 4 He said 1 was hard-working
Unit 5 If you go to the party，you’11 have a great time！
Unit 6 How long have you been collecting shells?
Unit 7 Would you mind turning down the music?
Unit 8 Why don't you get her a scarf?
Unit 9 Have you ever been to an amusement park?
Unit 10 It's a nice day,isn't it?
How did the problem start？ At a press conference last week, Director Quan Yongshen of the Beijing Munici-pal Communications Research Center analyzed the reasons for traffic pressures. Quan Yongshen, Director of Beijing Municipal Communications Research Cen-ter, said,"A rapid increase in the number of automobiles, especially private cars, isthe major contributor to traffic pressures in Beijing, Judging from its overall economicgrowth, Beijing has entered an era of rapid increase in car numbers. Another reasonlies in the fact that Beijing is one of the leading cities in China and is experiencingrapid urbanization. The combination of these factors has resulted in major changes insupply and demand for transport facilities. Beijing has a severe shortage of land re-sources. It' s an important historical city with several thousand years of history. Of the62 square kilometers of land inside the 2nd Ring Road, protected historical sites takeup 40 percent. It' s impossible to carry out large - scale road construction projectshere. The city' s traffic problems are the result of all the competing pressures whenthe city reaches a certain stage of development. It' s not simply a problem of the traf-fic system itself,at least not entirely. In other words, it' s not just a simple issue ofmore cars and less roads. "