48. The visit of Guilin gave me something unforgettable though it was not very interesting.
49. I was very thankful and I wanted to ask her for a dinner, but I was afraid that she would not agree.
50. Wearing glasses, Mr Toylor said he was a company manager and his wife was a teacher. (Use past tense)
51. During this trip, I think our riding bicycles and traveling the hometown of Liu Sanjie and the Moonhill was interesting and exiting, because we practiced ourselves and made us closer and more united. (Use past tense)
52. I think the trip was too short!!! Why not longer??? (Use past tense)
53. At first, I was afraid to get closer, as I was frightened by his ridiculous look, however, I felt very lucky to meet this strange guy, because I thought the talk between us would be not predicted and would be interesting, I liked this feeling, so I took up my courage and went straight to the strange man!
54. What's worse, I felt so nervous that I couldn't say a lot and didn't have enough idea in my mind.
55. Guilin is a world well-known tourist country for its beautiful landscape with clean rivers.
56. In West Street, I met a foreigner who came from Turkey, his name was Joe, his hair was brown and his eyes were blue.
57. Another foreigner who knew him asked him to come here; slowly he became a good talker. (Use past tense)
58. His skin was fair and had no beard which was different from other foreigners.
59. Maybe the time was too short given to us to rehearse, which resulted that many students couldn't understand what they said and the players were also not proficient.
60. I thought he was an active and easy-going man, if there was one word which he said and I didn't understand, he would explain it patiently, sometimes he would use body languages.
61. Through all these things, I liked talking with foreigners most, because it was my frist time to talk with foreigners on my own initiative, although there are foreign teachers in our school.
62. Meanwhile, I liked the train trip least, you see, the train speed was so slow and it was also crowded in the train especially in the back train trip .
63. I exchanged the E-mail with the foreigner and I would communicate them very often.
64. Our group won all the competetions, of which we were proud, and it was the result of our members uniting.
65. I didn't like the food in Guilin, as it was expensive and not delicious.
66. I liked my role play because I felt I played very well and finally my term won!
67. My parents went to Guilin 4 years ago but I didn't follow them!
68. In this practice, I liked travelling Lijiang river most: the water was clean and green, the mountains were strang and liked needle, what is more, there was fresh air around Lijiang.
69. Going the West Street was our last plan in the evening, on the way, we bought some souvenirs and had a taste of the Guilin Food.
70. We left, but to our surprise, we just walked along till the end of the street and even didn't ask the price of seals in any other shops, at last, we determined to go back to that shop.
71. He said he loved old China and he pointed out, with the development of economy and society, China became more and more open and gradually lost its own tradition. (Use past tense)
72. As a daughter, I would be very happy if I saw them smiling and enjoying every natural beauty in the world.
73. His hair was golden yellow and dressed in a red shirt.
74. For one thing, see sight was beautiful though, I had ever seen it in other places although it was not so beautiful as that in Guilin.
75. She was very old, but she can speak good English; while the old woman in the other part of China couldn't speak any Engliah; she had such healthy body that she could climb a hill without panting; she was a cheat and she asked 20 yuan for a bottle of water from foreigners. (Use past tense)
76. Maybe it had been a long time for me not to ride a bike, so I felt excited when I rode it. (Use past tense)