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Hi ,ThereIt was Sunday,Christmas.Our family had spent the holidays in San Francisco with my husband's parents.But in order us to be back at work on Monday,we found ourselves driving the 00miles back home to Los Angeles on Christmas Day.We stopped lunch in King city.The restaurant was nearly empty.We were the only family and ours were the only children.I heard Erik,my one-year-old,squeal with glee:“Hi there.Hi there.”He pounded his fat baby hands--whack,whack--on the metal highchair tray.His face was alive with excitement,eyes wide,gums bared in a toothless grin.He wriggled1),and chirped,and giggled,and then I saw the source of his merriment)...and my eyes could not take it all in at once.A tattered3) rag of a coat obviously bought by someone else eons) ago --dirty,greasy5),and worn...baggy pants,spindly body--toes that poked out of would-be shoes...a shirt that had ring-around-the-color all over,and a face like none other...gums as bare as Erik's.“Hi there,baby;hi there,big boy.I see ya,buster.”My husband and I exchanged a look that was a cross between “What do we do?”and “Poor devil.”Our meal came,and the cacophony continued.Now the old bum6) was shouting from across the room:“Do ya know patty cake?Atta boy...Do ya know peekaboo7)?Hey,look he knows peekaboo.”Erik continued to laugh and answer,“Hi,there.”Every call was echoed.Nobody thought it was cute.The guy was a drunk and a disturbance.I was embarrassed.My husband,Dennis,was humiliated.Even our six-year-old said,“Why is that old man talking so loud?”Dennis went to pay the check,imploring me to get Erik and meet him in the parking lot.“Lord,just let me out of here bee he speaks to me or Erik.”I bolted the door.It soon was obvious that both the Lord and Erik had other plans.As I drew closer to the man,I turned my back,walking to sidestep him--and any air he might be breathing.As I did so,Erik,with his eyes riveted on his new friend,leaned far over my arm,reaching with both his hands in a baby's “pick me up” position.In a split second of balancing my baby and turning to counter his weight,I came eye to eye with the old man.Erik was lunging him,arms sp wide.The bum's eyes both asked and implored,“Would you let me hold your baby?”There was no need me to answer because Erik propelled himself from my arms into the man's.Suddenly a very old man and a very young baby consummated their love relationship.Erik laid his tiny head upon the man's ragged shoulder.The man's eyes closed,and I saw tears hover beneath his lashes.His aged hands full of grime,and pain,and hard labor--gently,so gently,cradled8) my baby's bottom and stroked his back.I stood awestruck9).The old man rocked and cradled Erik in his arms a moment,and then his eyes opened and set squarely on mine.He said in a firm commanding voice,“You take care of this baby.”Somehow I managed,“I will,”from a throat that contained a stone.He pried Erik from his chest--unwillingly,longingly--as though he were in pain.I held my arms open to receive my baby and again the gentleman addressed me.“God bless you,ma'am.You've given me my Christmas gift.”I said nothing more than a muttered) thanks.With Erik back in my arms,I ran the car.Dennis wondered why I was crying and holding Erik so tightly and why I was saying,“My God,my God,give me.” by Nancy Dalburg 180这是199年诺贝尔文学奖得主威廉.福克纳获奖时发表的著名演说,文中勉励作家必须提升自己的心灵,时时以爱、怜悯与牺牲来唤醒人类亘古的真理The Spirit of Man William Faulkner  I feel that this award was not made to me as a man, but to my work -- a life's work in the agony and sweat of the human spirit, not glory and least of all profit, but to create out of the materials of the human spirit something which did not exist bee. So this award is only mine in trust. It will not be difficult to find a dedication the money part of it commensurate with the purpose and significance of its origin. But I would like to do the same with the acclaim too, by using this moment as a pinnacle from which I might be listened to by the young men and women aly dedicated to the same anguish and travail, among whom is aly that one who will some day stand here where I am standing.  Our tragedy today is a general and universal physical fear so long sustained by now that we can even bear it. There are no longer problems of the spirit. There is only the question When will I be blown up? Because of this, the young man or woman writing today has gotten the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself which alone can make good writing because only that is worth writing about, worth the agony and the sweat.  He must learn them again. He must teach himself that the basest of all things is to be afraid; and, teaching himself that, get it ever, leaving no room in his workshop anything but the old verities and truths of the heart, the old universal truths lacking which any story is ephemeral and doomed -- love and honor and pity and pride and compassion and sacrifice. Until he does so, he labors under a curse. He writes not of love but of lust, of defeats in which nobody loses anything of value, of victories without hope and, worst of all, without pity or compassion. His griefs grieve on no universal bones, leaving no scars. He writes not of the heart but of the glands.  Until he relearns these things, he will write as though he stood among and watched the end of man. I decline to accept the end of man. It is easy enough to say that man is immortal simply because he will endure that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, that even then there will still be one more sound that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking. I refuse to accept this. I believe that man will not merely endure he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance.  The poet's, the writer's, duty is to write about these things. It is his privilege to help man endure by lifting his heart, by reminding him of the courage and honor and hope and pride and compassion and pity and sacrifice which have been the glory of his past. The poet's voice need not merely be the record of man, it can be one of the props, the pillars to help him endure and prevail. 5

常用英语900句:约会 Aointments -01-7 :: 来源: Appointments 约会51. I'd like to make an appointment with Mrs. Green. 我想约个时间见格林女士5. She's free on Friday and Saturday. 她周五和周六有空53. Sorry, can I see her bee Friday? 对不起,我能周五之前见她吗?5. Let me see. She has 30 minutes Tuesday afternoon.让我查查,她周二下午有30分钟55. At what time? 什么时间?56. From to :30. 四点到四点半57. All right. 好吧58. So you'll come then. Please phone in if you can't make it.那么你就那时来,如果来不了,请打电话给我59. I have an interview this afternoon. 我今天下午有面试550. I can come any time except Sunday. 除星期天外我都能来551. You can reach me at 6683. 你打电话6683就能找到我55. He phoned to cancel the meeting. 他打电话来取消会议553. Please call me bee you come. 你来之前请打电话55. Please make an appointment with my secretary. 请跟我秘书定个见面时间555. I have to change my appointment from Monday to Thursday.我不得不把约会从周一改到周四 约会 英语 常用 打电话

Sleep Sleep is part of a person's daily activity cycle. There are several different stages of sleep, and they too occur in cycles. If you are an average sleeper, your sleep cycle is as follows. When you first drift off into slumber, your eyes will roll about a bit, your temperature will drop slightly, your muscles will relax, and your breathing well slow and become quite regular. Your brain waves slow down a bit too, with the alpha rhythm of rather fast waves predominating the first few minutes. This is called stage 1 sleep. the next half hour or so, as you relax more and more, you will drift down through stage and stage 3 sleep. The lower your stage of sleep, the slower your brain waves will be. Then about 0 to 60 minutes after you lose consciousness you will have reached the deepest sleep of all. Your brain waves will show the large slow waves that are known as the delta rhythm. This is stage sleep. You do not remain at this deep fourth stage all night long, but instead about 80 minutes after you fall into slumber, your brain activity level will increase again slightly. The delta rhythm will disappear, to be replaced by the activity pattern of brain waves. Your eyes will begin to dart around under your closed eyelids as if you were looking at something occurring in front of you. This period of rapid eye movement lasts some 8 to minutes and is called REM sleep. It is during REM sleep period, your body will soon relax again, your breathing will grow slow and regular once more, and you will slip gently back from stage 1 to stage sleep - only to rise once again to the surface of near consciousness some 80 minutes later. 03

  句口语脱口而出:你不能食言 -- :9: 来源: 1. It was a slip of tongue.我说走了嘴. I will level with you.我就对你说实话吧3. I have a confession.我有件事要坦白. My lips are sealed.我的嘴很紧5. You can’t go back on your promise.你不能食言6. You shouldn’t never go back on your word if possible.如果可能,你不应该说话不算话7. You must fulfill your promise.你必须履行诺言8. You broke your promise to help me.你违背了诺言,没帮我9. Did you grasp the overall situation?你懂我的意思吗?. I can’t tell the difference.我辨不出来. Do you grasp the point of what I said?你能领会我说的意思吗?. The overall situation is encouraging.总的形势是鼓舞人心的. I know that too well.我很明白你的意思. I can’t catch what you said.我没听见你说什么. I am not following you.我不明白你的意思. Would you explain what you mean?你能解释一下你的意思吗?. What are you trying to say?你到底想要说什么?18. What do you mean by saying so?你的用意何在?19. Do you know what I mean?你懂我说的意思吗?. I am out of luck these days.这些天我倒霉透了 不能 口语 意思 what

  The Power of ImaginationImagination is the ability to m a mental image of something that is not perceived through the senses. It is the ability of the mind to built mental scenes, objects or events that do not exist, are not present or have happened in the past.Memory is actually a manifestation of imagination. Everyone possesses some imagination ability. In some it may be highly developed and in others it may manifest in a weaker m. It manifests in various degrees in various people. It manifests in various ms, one of which is daydreaming.Though too much idle daydreaming may make one impractical, some daydreaming, when not being engaged in something that requires attention, provides some temporary happiness, calmness and relief from stress.In your imagination you can travel anywhere in the speed of light without any obstacles. It can make you feel free, though temporarily, and only in the mind, from tasks, difficulties and unpleasant circumstances. A developed and strong imagination does not make you a daydreamer and impractical.On the contrary, it strengthens your creative abilities, and is a great tool recreating and remodeling your world and life. This is a great power that can change your whole life. It is used extensively in magic, creative visualization and affirmations. It is the creator of circumstances and events. When you know how to work with it, you can make your hearts' desires come true.Imagination has a great role and value in each one's life. It is much more than just idle daydreaming. We all use it, whether consciously or unconsciously, in most of our daily affairs. We use our imagination whenever we plan a party, a trip, our work or a meeting. We use it when we describe an event, explain how to arrive to a certain street, write, tell a story or cook a cake. Imagination is a creative power that is necessary inventing an instrument, designing a dress or a building, painting a picture or writing a book.The creative power of imagination has an important role in the achievement of success in any field. What we imagine with faith and feelings comes into being. It is the power beyond creative visualization, positive thinking and affirmations. Visualizing an object or a situation, and repeating often this mental image, attracts the object or situation into our lives. This opens us new, vast and fascinating opporties. This means that we should think only in a positive manner about our desires, otherwise we may create and attract into our lives, events, situations and people that we don't really want.This is actually what most of us do, because we don't use the power of imagination correctly. If you do not recognize the importance of the power of the imagination, and let it run riot, your life may not be as happy and successful as you would have wanted it to be. Lack of understanding of the power of the imagination is responsible the suffering, incompetence, difficulties, failures and unhappiness people experience. some reason, most people are inclined to think in a negative way. They do not expect success. They expect the worst, and when they fail, they believe that fate is against them.This attitude can be changed, and then life will improve accordingly. Understanding how to use your imagination correctly, and putting this knowledge into practice, your own and others' benefit, will put you on the golden path to success, satisfaction and happiness. 95。

  Types of Speech Standard usage includes those words and expressions understood,used,and accepted by a majority of the speakers of a language in any situation regardless of the level of mality. As such, these words and expressions are well defined and listed in standard dictionaries. Colloquialisms, on the other hand, are familiar words and idioms that are understood by almost all speakers of a language and used in inmal speech or writing, but not considered appropriate more mal situations.Almost all idiomatic expressions are colloquial language.Slang, however, refers to words and expressions understood by a large number of speakers but not accepted as good, mal usage by the majority. Colloquial expressions and even slang may be found in standard dictionaries but will be so identified.Both colloquial usage and slang are more common in speech than in writing. Colloquial speech often passes into standard speech.Some slang also passes into standard speech, but other slang expressions enjoy momentary popularity followed by obscurity. In some cases,the majority never accepts certain slang phrases but nevertheless retains them in their collective memories. Every generation seems to require its own set of words to describe familiar objects and events. It has been pointed out by a number of linguists that three cultural conditions are necessary the creation of a large body of slang expressions. First, the introduction and acceptance of new objects and situations in the society;second, a diverse population with a large number of subgroups; third, association among the subgroups and the majority population. Finally,it is worth noting that the terms "standard" "colloquial" and "slang"exist only as abstract labels scholars who study language.Only a tiny number of the speakers of any language will be aware that they are using colloquial or slang expressions.Most speakers of English will, during appropriate situations, select and use all three types of expressions. 633

  A loving person lives in a loving world. A hostile person lives in a hostile world everyone you meet is a mirror.有爱心的人生活在充满爱意的世界里,有敌意的人生活在充满敌意的世界里,你所遇到的每一个人都是你的镜子 3世界杯学足球术语:“铁桶式防守”英文表达 -- :35:59 来源: 两队比赛,重在积极参与和进取,如果其中一方只知道看住家门,却不思进攻,这场比赛一定不会太精今天,我们就说说这种防守战的英文说法  To park the bus, means to play very defensively, to get a lot of players behind the ball, to have no attacking play. Many people say that this phrase was first said by Jose Mourinho when he was Chelsea’s manager. He was describing a negative Tottenham team who played very defensively in a meeting between the two London clubs some years ago  “铁桶式防守”(to park the bus)指在比赛中采取防守打法,让很多球员跟着球走,从不采取进攻战术很多人都说最先用to park the bus来表示“铁桶式防守”的是曾任切尔西经理的穆里尼奥几年前,他用这个短语描述消极应战的一托特纳姆球队,当时,这球队在与伦敦两家俱乐部的比赛中都坚持防守打法  Imagine a bus parked in front of the goal. It is almost impossible to score, so people use “to park the bus” to mean one team was very negative, boring and defensive  想象一下一辆公交车停在球门前的状况想进球几乎是不可能的,于是,人们就用to park the bus来指代消极、缺少而且严密防守型的球队   example:  South Korea decided to proverbially ‘park the bus’ by bringing on its defensive stand-ins, who ultimately preserved its -0 lead  韩国队将替补后卫队员换上场采取“铁桶式防守”打法,并最终将比分锁定为比0 英文 表达 防守 术语

  Bacteria Bacteria are extremely small living things. While we measure our own sizes in inches or centimeters, bacterial size is measured in microns. One micron is a thousandth of a millimeter a pinhead is about a millimeter across. Rod-shaped bacteria are usually from two to four microns long, while rounded ones are generally one micron in diameter. Thus if you enlarged a rounded bacterium a thousand times, it would be just about the size of a pinhead. An adult human magnified by the same amount would be over a mile(1.6 kilometer) tall. Even with an ordinary microscope, you must look closely to see bacteria. Using a magnification of 0 times, one finds that bacteria are barely visible as tiny rods or dots. One cannot make out anything of their structure. Using special stains, one can see that some bacteria have attached to them wavy-looking "hairs" called flagella. Others have only one flagellum. The flagella rotate, pushing the bacteria through the water. Many bacteria lack flagella and cannot move about by their own power, while others can glide along over surfaces by some little- understood mechanism. From the bacteria point of view, the world is a very different place from what it is to humans. To a bacterium water is as thick as molasses is to us. Bacteria are so small that they are influenced by the movements of the chemical molecules around them. Bacteria under the microscope, even those with no flagella, often bounce about in the water. This is because they collide with the watery molecules and are pushed this way and that. Molecules move so rapidly that within a tenth of a second the molecules around a bacteria have all been replaced by new ones; even bacteria without flagella are thus constantly exposed to a changing environment. 9常用英语900句:谈论日常生活 Talking About Daily Activities -01-7 ::19 来源: Talking About Daily Activities 谈论日常生活. When do you get up everyday? 每天你几点起床?. I usually get up at 8 o'clock. 我通常8点起床. Where do you have your lunch? 你在哪儿吃午饭?. I have my lunch in a snack bar nearby. 我在附近一家快餐店吃午饭. What did you have lunch? 你中午吃些什么?. I had a hamburger and a fried chicken leg? 我吃一个汉堡包,一个炸鸡腿. What time do you start work? 你什么时候开始工作?18. I start work at 8 o'clock. 我八点开始工作19. What do you do at work? 你上班干些什么?. I answer telephones and do some typing. 我接电话和打字1. What time do you finish your work? 你什么时候下班?. At 6 o'clock sharp. 6点3. What do you do in your spare time? 闲暇时,你干些什么?. I like listening to pop music. 我喜欢听流行音乐5. I like playing football. 我喜欢踢足球 英语 谈论 常用 What

  My grandfather died when I was a small boy, and my grandmother started staying with us about six months every year. She lived in a room that doubled as my father's office, which we referred to as "the back room." She carried with her a powerful aroma. I don't know what kind of perfume she used, but it was the double-barreled, ninety-proof, knockdown, render-the-victim-unconscious, moose-killing variety. She kept it in a huge atomizer and applied it frequently and liberally. It was almost impossible to go into her room and remain breathing any length of time. When she would leave the house to go spend six months with my Aunt Lillian, my mother and sisters would throw open all the windows, strip the bed, and take out the curtains and rugs. Then they would spend several days washing and airing things out, trying frantically to make the pungent odor go away.   This, then, was my grandmother at the time of the infamous pea incident.   It took place at the Biltmore Hotel, which, to my eight-year-old mind, was just about the fancies place to eat in all of Providence. My grandmother, my mother, and I were having lunch after a morning spent shopping. I grandly ordered a salisbury steak, confident in the knowledge that beneath that fancy name was a good old hamburger with gravy. When brought to the table, it was accompanied by a plate of peas. I do not like peas now. I did not like peas then. I have always hated peas. It is a complete mystery to me why anyone would voluntarily eat peas. I did not eat them at home. I did not eat them at restaurants. And I certainly was not about to eat them now.   "Eat your peas," my grandmother said.   "Mother," said my mother in her warning voice. "He doesn't like peas. Leave him alone."   “My grandmother did not reply, but there was a glint in her eye and a grim set to her jaw that signaled she was not going to be )thwarted. She leaned in my direction, looked me in the eye, and uttered the fateful words that changed my life "I'll pay you five dollars if you eat those peas."      I had absolutely no idea of the impending doom. I only knew that five dollars was an enormous, nearly unimaginable amount of money, and as awful as peas were, only one plate of them stood between me and the possession of that five dollars. I began to ce the wretched things down my throat.      My mother was livid. My grandmother had that self-satisfied look of someone who has thrown down an unbeatable trump card. "I can do what I want, Ellen, and you can't stop me." My mother glared at her mother. She glared at me. No one can glare like my mother. If there were a glaring Olympics, she would undoubtedly win the gold medal.   I, of course, kept shoving peas down my throat. The glares made me nervous, and every single pea made me want to throw up, but the magical image of that five dollars floated bee me, and I finally gagged down every last one of them. My grandmother handed me the five dollars with a flourish. My mother continued to glare in silence. And the episode ended. Or so I thought.     My grandmother left Aunt Lillian's a few weeks later. That night, at dinner, my mother served two of my all-time favorite foods, meatloaf and mashed potatoes. Along with them came a big, steaming bowl of peas. She offered me some peas, and I, in the very last moments of my innocent youth, declined. My mother fixed me with a cold eye as she heaped a huge pile of peas onto my plate. Then came the words that were to haunt me years. "You ate them money," she said. "You can eat them love."   Oh, despair! Oh, devastation! Now, too late, came the dawning realization that I had unwittingly damned myself to a hell from which there was no escape.   "You ate them money. You can eat them love."   What possible argument could I muster against that? There was none. Did I eat the peas? You bet I did. I ate them that day and every other time they were served thereafter. The five dollars were quickly spent. My grandmother passed away a few years later. But the legacy of the peas lived on, as it lives on to this day. If I so much as curl my lip when they are served (because, after all, I still hate the horrid little things), my mother repeats the ded words one more time "You ate them money," she says. "You can eat them love." 0

  口语:关于“挑衅某人”的种种英文表达 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: 1. Don't you dare! How dare you! 你好大的胆子啊!这句中dare的本意是“敢,胆敢”的意思,Don't you dare或How dare you可以翻译成“你怎么敢这样?!”英语里说“你好大的胆子”也可以用这两句话有时候比如小孩子很调皮,又不听话,父母就会说Don't you dare,那意思就是这个小孩要当心点,不然就要挨打啦!. Do you want to challenge me now or something? 你是挑战我还是怎样?与dare相近的词语还有challenge,比如说你可以用以上句式表达差不多的意思引申一下,你也可以用have the courage来表达胆敢的意思,你可以问How can you have the courage to do that?这个一般是用在比较礼貌的场景,我们也可以用非常口语化的句子如“have the guts”或者“have the nerve”来表达“你怎么敢这样做或说“,这里的courage是“勇气”的意思,gut和nerve是“胆子”的意思3. Don't push me around. 不要任意摆布我Push有“推”的意思push around直译就是“推来推去”,所以可以意译为“摆布”的含义如果有人指挥你一下做这个一下做那个,你就可以说一句“Hey! Don't push me around.”这句话也可以单讲“Don't push me.”或“Don't push me any further.”,表示“Don't ce me to do anything.”的含义,ce是“强迫,逼迫”的意思还有一个和push有关的成语push the button,是“指使,操纵”的意思比如:I know why you are doing this. Some one is pushing your button!相关对话:A:Don't push me around any more, you really make me feel sick.不要再随意配我啦,你真让我难受!B:That's because you are just a dumb!  那是因为你只是个笨蛋!A:Please behave yourself!你说话给我注意点!B:Well, am I wrong? Every one knows you are a num skull.哼,难道我说错了吗?所有人都知道你有个笨脑瓜!A:Don't you dare to say that again?!你敢再那样说一次!? 英文 表达 关于 口语。

  

  口语小词误用大总结:Frustrated() -- :5:30 来源: 表示心情沮丧、灰心丧气时,老外偏爱frustrated这一词我们喜欢是sad, lose one's heart等表达法没说过frustrated一词三次以上的,那么英语还不算入门(别骂我啊,我只可是考虑再三才说滴,没说过的话,现在说也来得及)用法特别简单当你觉得灰心丧气时,get about "sad", use this word instead.例句:1、没有一个女孩子给我写过信,我真是沮丧极了I'm so frustrated that no girls wrote me.、公司业绩总是不好,总经理真是心灰意懒Chinglish: The total manager is very sad because the achievement is not good.Revision: The general manager is so frustrated the poor permance of his company.——————If, if lots of people come and shout to me:"Coolmax, your English is so poor and limited!" I'll be extremely frustrated :_))再说一遍,以后要常说 frustrated哦!说多了,你就有老外的感觉了总评:使用频率:造句功能:西方思维: 总结 口语 manager poor

  “在逃犯”的种种表达 -01-6 3:50:51 来源: 几个人一起聊天,一不小心谈到了“拉登”,由“拉登”又谈到关乎“追捕-逃亡”的好莱坞影片,由“影片”又谈到“在逃犯”的种种表达“逃”,最简单的词莫过于“escape”,由此,“escaped convict”可以表达“在逃犯”不过,报刊杂志中,“逃”似乎更偏向短语,比如“convict at large”、“convict on the run”,前者重在描述在逃犯“逍遥法外”的内质,后者再现了通缉犯“亡命天涯”的状态除此之外,“在逃犯”还有一个俚语表达—— convict on the lam注意啦,千万别把lam(鞭打、潜逃)误认为是lamb(羊羔),后者可是用来解馋的Lam源于挪威词根lamja(使变残废),世纪进入英语词汇时表示beat(痛打)由“打”到“逃”的转变很可能是源于短语beat it(逃走),想一想:人逃命那会儿,一定是“马不停蹄”地玩儿命跑由此,汉语中的“溜之大吉”就可表达为“to take it on the lam”看个“on the lam”表达“在逃”的例句:He's always in some kind of trouble and perpetually on the lam.(他总招惹麻烦,总被人追)(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 表达 convict 谈到 由此

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