华盛顿砍树
华盛顿是美国第一位总统。他是孩子的时候,砍掉他父亲的两棵樱桃树。 他父亲回来了,非常生气。他暗自思量,“如果我查明谁砍了我的树,我要狠狠揍他一顿。” 他父亲到处询问。当他问儿子时,华盛顿开始哭了起来。 “我砍了你的树!”华盛顿和盘托出。 父亲抱起他的儿子说:“我好聪明的孩子,我宁愿失去一百棵树,也不愿听你说谎。”

列宁小时候
列宁小时候是一个认真学习的孩子。 列宁在学校里,每门功课都学得很好。老师讲课,他用心听。老师留的作业,他认真做。 列宁做完学校里的功课,还读许多课外书。他常常把书里的故事讲给别人听。他爱书里那些勤劳勇敢的人,拿他们做自己的榜样。 列宁十分爱护书。他从来不把书弄脏,也不把书到处乱扔。 列宁小时候就是这样学习的。

简短 的英语名人生平

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George Washington (February 22, 1732[1][2][3] December 14, 1799) served as the first President of the United States of America (17891797),[4] and led the Continental Army to victory over the Kingdom of Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War (17751783)。


The Continental Congress appointed Washington commander-in-chief of the American revolutionary forces in 1775。
The following year, he forced the British out of Boston, lost New York City, and crossed the Delaware River in New Jersey, defeating the surprised enemy units later that year。
As a result of his strategy, Revolutionary forces captured the two main British combat armies at Saratoga and Yorktown。 Negotiating with Congress, the colonial states, and French allies, he held together a tenuous army and a fragile nation amid the threats of disintegration and failure。
Following the end of the war in 1783, Washington retired to his plantation at Mount Vernon, prompting an incredulous King George III to state, "If he does that, he will be the greatest man in the world。
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Dissatisfied with the Articles of Confederation, he presided over the Philadelphia Convention that drafted the United States Constitution in 1787。
Washington became President of the United States in 1789 and established many of the customs and usages of the new government's executive department。
He sought to create a great nation capable of surviving in a world torn asunder by war between Britain and France。 His unilateral Proclamation of Neutrality of 1793 provided a basis for avoiding any involvement in foreign conflicts。
He supported plans to build a strong central government by funding the national debt, implementing an effective tax system, and creating a national bank。
Washington avoided the temptation of war and began a decade of peace with Britain via the Jay Treaty in 1795; he used his prestige to get it ratified over intense opposition from the Jeffersonians。
Although never officially joining the Federalist Party, he supported its programs and was its inspirational leader。 Washington's farewell address was a primer on republican virtue and a stern warning against partisanship, sectionalism, and involvement in foreign wars。


Washington is seen as a symbol of the United States and republicanism in practice。[7] His devotion to civic virtue made him an exemplary figure among early American politicians。
[7][8] Washington died in 1799, and in his funeral oration, Henry Lee said that of all Americans, he was "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen。
"[9] Washington has been consistently ranked by scholars as one of the greatest U。S。 Presidents。