800 words in the first composition _ life can not do without language
In the morning, I went out with my grandma to buy vegetables. The people in the vegetable field were busy. Everyone was searching for their favorite dishes. Look: there are bright peppers, green and seductive cucumbers, round toots, watery tomatoes, Jin Cancan Corn, fresh and tender Chinese cabbage ... I've already taken a look at it, I don't know what to choose. At this time, a big uncle selling Chinese cabbage drank: the Chinese cabbage was sold, and the Chinese cabbage was smashed into a pit on the ground, and one top and two were bought! As soon as the drinking sound fell, many customers came before Come and pick, cabbage sells a lot. Uncle answered the customers happily, with a bright smile on his face. Not so! It is precisely because of his shouting that he has attracted so many customers, as the saying goes: life cannot be separated from language. This simple and vivid sip is the embodiment of Chinese language in life.
At noon, I was going out for a walk in the community. Suddenly I saw the uncles security guards posting spring couplets on both sides of the gate. I stopped and watched, and I saw that the couplet wrote: Tianzeng, Renzeng, Zengshou. The second line writes: Spring Man Qian Kun Kun Fu Man Men. The horizontal batch is: Four Seasons Changan. I groaned unconsciously, and when Uncle Bao heard it, he asked me cheerfully: "Children, what do you think of this Spring Festival couplet?" I replied: "Not only is the Spring Festival couplet well-written, but the font is also 铿锵Powerful, is this your masterpiece? "As soon as I asked, it turned out that Uncle Security liked calligraphy very much, and he often used strong pens to write calligraphy. Over time, he developed a good handwriting. Near the New Year, he wrote such a spring couplet To the owners in the community. See, this is the language of life. Life cannot be separated from language. Because of language, we can create such a beautiful life.
In the evening, after having dinner with my family, I went out with my mother for a walk and walked around. We saw lantern riddles in the mall next to the road, and I rushed forward. The rules of the activity are: whoever guesses the riddle of the lantern riddle on the lantern first can take the lantern away. I found that a red lantern was very beautiful and very chic, so I decided to guess it! The riddle is: the fifteenth moon, hit an idiom. I blurted out in excitement: bright and upright. The host announced that I got it right. I brow and smiled happily, went forward to fetch the lantern, and continued walking with my mother.
In fact, the language in life is ubiquitous. It may be the applause of a vendor, the Spring Festival couplet of Uncle Security, or a lantern riddle guessing activity. The details in these lives all underscore the truth: life is language, language is life.
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