There is a newly dissension putting forward these days: Is it legally allowed for Chinese on-campus students to get married before they complete their courses? Some people prefer "yes" while some others prefer "no". Certainly a large number of people just cannot decide which side they should be stand.
In fact, the governments allow on-campus students to get married before they complete their course. There isn' t a regulation proclaimed in writing to forbid marriage of on-campus students. But it must affect those triers.
In my opinion, it is unnecessary to forbid on-campus students to get married before they finished their college, however, it shouldn' t be advocated or encouraged. Because, for on-campus students, their play the role as learners. Their main task is to learn. If they married, their school work must be affected and they may not graduate favorably or may not be capable for future works. So, I believe: almost all on-campus students would deal with the question reasoningly.
Directions: For this part,you are required to write a composition about “What Would Happen If There Were No Power” in three paragraphs.You are given the first sentence or part of the first sentence of each paragraph.Your composition should be no less than 150 words.
1.Ever since early the last century,electricity has become an essential part of our modern life.
2.If there were no electric power, ____.