CEP Set 3 (E). Task 1. East College celebrat ed its 50 th anniversary on 12 February, 2011, with one hundred past graduates and four guests attending.
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CEP Set 3 (E)
East College celebrated its 50th anniversary on 12 February, 2011, with one hundred past graduates and four guests attending.
The school was originally located in Jordan, and there were only 5 teachers and 65 students in its first years. However, it moved to a larger building in Hung Hom in 1972, and there are 22 teachers and over 800 students now.
Our past graduates have done very well in manydifferent areas.For example, Mr Jeremy Kwok won the Hong Kong Book of the Year Award in 1990. In addition, Ms Tracy Liu is the Secretary for Education whileMs Lucy Tung owns a successfully business called Hi Tech International.
The celebration included a full stage programme. The special guests gave speeches about themselves and the school, and some of the past graduates and students sang the school song and other songs together. In addition, the principal presented awards to outstanding past graduates and past teachers. The programme ended after the Drama Club staged a musical to honour the celebration.
Besides the stage programme, visitors were alsotreated to two displays. There was a display of school annuals from past years and a display about the school’s history.
The celebration would not have been possible without the hard work of the student volunteers. The Form 4 volunteers greeted the guests and designed the invitations. The Form 5 and Form 3 volunteers decorated the auditorium and the lobby. They were also responsible for the displays and the cloakroom.
We would like to thank all the student volunteers for their efforts in making the celebration a wonderful success.
X Jeremy Kwok wrote a book called Rain
Address the graduates by surname
X The details are as follows:
X In the introduction:
We had many student volunteers this
year, yet do you know the details of the
celebration? Let me give you more
information about the anniversary
X Don’t use contracted forms.
Details of the event
Brief history of school
Past graduates’ achievements
8. Mr Jeremy Kwok …. Award
9. Ms Tracy Liu … Secretary for Education
10.Ms Lucy Tung … Hi Tech International
Details of stage programme
11. Guests … gave speech
12. Graduates …sang school song and other
13. Principal … presented awards
14. Drama Club … a musical
Details of the displays
15. Display of school annuals
16. Display of school’s history
Various contributions of student volunteers
17. F.4 volunteers greeted the guests
18. F.4 volunteers designed the invitations
19. F.5 and F.3 volunteers decorated the
auditorium and lobby
20 F.5 and F.3 volunteers were responsible for displays and cloakroom
21. Thank all student volunteers for their efforts
Use bare infinitive after ‘should’, ‘could’,
sb suggest sb (should) do sth
X attracted a lot of attention
good selection of items
X good food wide selection of food
X graduates built school spirit
songs built school spirit
X photographers did very well
photos are of high quality
X select flowers in the course
smart to have flowers in school colours
X not enjoy eating while standing up
people not enjoy eating while standing up
X The lights were not working.
Some lights were not working.
X Not enough photographers
Not enough photos
Ms Au suggests that students help (to) take photos.
X Ms Au suggests taking photos.
X Ms Au suggests students can help take photos.
X Ms Au suggests students helping take photos.
We ought to have two areas for the cloakroom.