One possible version:
Last weekend our school held a sports meeting. Knowing it was our last high school sports meeting, we decided to make it an unforgettable experience for all of us.
We first attended the opening parade, for which our class had made a lot of preparations. Our parade took on the shape of the letter “V”, indicating victory for ourselves. To our excitement, our parade performance was a great success. After the parade, the games started. My classmates attended various events such as running, high jump and long jump. Due to the hard training they had done before, their performances were very impressive. On the stand, my classmates applauded and cheered for the athletes, some raising their cameras to capture the exciting moments. Finally, the result was announced. It was amazing that our class won the second place. Our efforts paid off! Cup in hand, we took a picture together.
I believe this sports meeting will remain a precious memory for all of us as time goes by.
M: I never eat peanuts and I hate all fruits.
W: Oh, my God, me too. We are two of a kind.
M: Are you free to join us for dinner tomorrow?
W: You are inviting me to your house?
W: Would you please help me take my luggage to my room?
M: Sure! At your service, Miss.
M: Just take it easy and breathe. You will feel much less nervous.
W: Easy for you to say. You’re not the one that’s going to speak in front of a thousand people.
W: Morning, sir. What can I do for you?
M: Hi, I’ve got an appointment with Mr. Smith. My name is Jack Torrance.
W: His office is the first door on the left.
M: Thank you.
M: Nice picture! Who’s the girl beside you?
W: My sister, Sarah.
M: Wow! Didn’t know you had a sister. What does she do?
W: She’s a travel agent.
M: Oh, that’s cool. Does she love it?
W: Yeah, she does. She loves to travel and she likes meeting different people. She’s very talkative and outgoing.
M: You two are totally different. You’re quiet and a little bit shy sometimes.
W: Yes! In fact, she is probably the most outgoing person in my family.
M: Hard to believe! Can I meet her?
W: No problem. But she’s on vacation now and she’ll be back next Monday.
M: Ellie, why are you just having coffee? I thought we were meeting for coffee and dessert.
W: I’m not eating dessert these days. I’m going to Florida on vacation in less than a month. I need to lose about 15 pounds to fit into my summer clothes! So I’m on a diet.
M: What diet are you on?
W: I’m having only two meals a day.
M: Oh… That is not a good idea. You may think you’re losing weight, but in fact you’re just losing water.
W: Who cares? I just want to fit into my clothes.
M: But as soon as you start to eat normally, the weight will come right back. Isn’t there a better diet you can try?
W: Er… Someone told me if I just ate cabbage soup for a week, I’d lose around 10 pounds. But I hate cabbage.
M: Why don’t you still eat meals but just eat smaller ones?
W: It’s too slow that way. What’s more, to reduce my hunger, I’m going to take diet pills. Anyway, I just need something to help me for a few weeks.
M: OK, whatever. But be sure to eat food that’s good for you.