English Slang collection：
[释] to come to an end;
[例] If it's possible, I'd rather break up with you and remain your friend.;
[释] to separate into pieces;
[例] She broke up a chocolate bar.
[释] to scatter;
[例] The crowd broke up after the game.
[释] to eat together;
[例] It's been a long time since the last time we broke bread.;
[释] to emerge from a protected location or hiding place;
[例] The witness finally broke cover to help the police to identify the killer.
[释] to gain an amount equal to that invested;
[例] It took our restaurant about a year to break even.;
[释] to start a new construction project;
[例] We're breaking ground on a new project since the last one achieved success.
当评委询问道：“Do you like Music?”
学生回应：“观点：yes, I do.
理由：Cuz music makes me feel relaxed.
例子：for example, sweet and light music are the best choice.
观点 (旧)：yes, I do
观点(新)：yes, I’m pretty keen on music, I’m just so passionateabout it, really a big fan of it.
理由(旧)：Cuz music makes me feel relaxed.
理由(新)：Cuz music can purify your mind. When listening to the music, all the pressure, panic and anxiety due to the fierce competition of the quick-paced society just disappear.
例子(旧)：for example, sweet and light music are the best choice.
例子(新)：especially, for instance, my favorite is some American country music, such as the famous one “ take me home, country roads”, it makes you feel a world where there are nice people, clear streams, fresh air, vast farmland and country roads with daisies and beautiful sunshine.