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  • 特别声明该文章中的语段选自《书虫之《苔丝第八章节,语段精讲为可可编辑编写小编提示语段学习适合于初中学生以及成人初级英语学习者赏析语段Then Mr Crick turned to business.;You can milk well,my girl?I dont want my cows drying up,especially just now.;然后克里克先生转到正事上:“你挤奶挤得好吗,我的孩子?我可不想看到我的牛不出奶,特别是在这个时候”;Oh yes,I can,;answered Tess.“哦,是的,我能行,”苔丝回答He looked at her delicate hands and pale face.他看了看她那双细嫩的手和有些苍白的脸;Quite sure youre strong enough this sort of life?“你确信你有足够的体力过这种生活吗?It comtable enough here rough country people but it hard work.;这儿的生活对强壮的乡下人来说够舒的了,但活儿很累”;Oh yes,Im strong enough.Im used to hard work,;Tess insisted.“哦,是的,我有足够的体力我已经习惯干重活儿了”苔丝坚持说;Well,have some tea and something to eat.Youve had a long journey,;he said kindly.“那好,去喝杯茶,吃点东西你刚刚走了这么长的路”他和善地说;No,Id rather begin milking straight away,;said Tess. ;Ill just drink a little milk first.;“不,我宁愿立即开始挤奶,”苔丝说,“我先喝点儿牛奶就可以了” 596
  • Olivia: Dad, can I ask you a question? Dad: You just did. Olivia: I mean, can I ask you another question? Dad: Ask away. Olivia: Where do babies come from? Dad: What? Where did you come up with that one? Olivia: I don't know. Dad: Let me tell you. That's grown-ups to know. You're just a pipsqueak. You mind your own business and I'll tell you when you're a little older. Olivia: Why can't you tell me now? Dad: No comment. Olivia: Dad, what does no comment mean? Dad: That's confidential. Olivia: Why is it confidential? Dad: That's personal. Olivia: Dad, just tell me. Dad: Never you mind. Olivia: But I want to know! Dad: And I want to know why I can't get some peace and quiet in this house. Olivia: Oh, Dad. Dad: Don't "oh, Dad" me. Just wait and see. You'll get all the answers you want when you're older. Olivia: But Dad, I want to know now. Where do babies come from? Dad: I'm out of answers. Go ask your mother. Olivia: I did. Mom said to ask you. 7
  • I’ve been trying to set up my good friend, Rachid, with one of my single girlfriends, but I still wasn’t too sure what his type would be. Tamara: So, tell me what you’re looking in a woman. Rachid: She has to be rich and hot! Tamara: Come on! Be serious. Rachid: Okay, okay, but I don’t know why married people are always trying to get their single friends married off. Is it because misery loves company? Tamara: Stop being a smart aleck and answer the question. Rachid: All right. I’m being serious now. What do I look in a woman? I’d like someone who has a good sense of humor, someone who is kind-hearted and easy to talk to, and is supportive of me. Tamara: What about vital statistics? Age, physical type? Rachid: She has to be pretty, but I’m not too picky about whether she’s a blond, brunette, or redhead. She should be my height or shorter, and around my age or a few years younger or older. Tamara: That helps a little to narrow down who may be a good match you. Any deal killers? Rachid: I don’t like women who are too chatty or who are too bossy. Otherwise, I have a pretty open mind when it comes to women. Tamara: Okay, I can think of at least a couple of friends who may be willing to put up with you. Rachid: Put up with me? Are you kidding? I’m a catch! Tamara: Oh, geez. Finding somebody you is going to be harder than I thought! 3387
  • Lession1. Add two and four; eight and ten; fourteen and seven. . Subtract six from eighteen; four from eleven; five from nineteen. 3. Multiply two by eight; five by three; six by four. . Divide six by three; eight by two; twenty by five. 1. I'll take a commission of ten per cent. . The current rate of interest is twenty-three per cent. 3. I only get three-eighths of the total. . It's only a fraction of the cost, about a sixteenth. 5. Divide nine by two and you get four point five. 6. You only get two point four six per cent. 1. I have to get a new pair of Jeans. Is there anywhere ...? Do you know a, a good shop where I can get a pair? . Look, er, I want something interesting. All I've eaten since I've arrived here is junk food. I want some good local food. Where should I go and what shall I ask ? 3. The car's giving problems again. I had it serviced last week but it's as bad as it was bee. I don't know what to do about it. . Ooh, yes, I need your advice. The problem is that I have to go to this very mal dinner party next week and I haven't got a dinner suit here. I really don't want to buy one. What do you suggest? 5. Ever since I've been here I had this stomach problem, you know. I mean, it's not serious. Well, I don't think it is. I mean, you often get these things when you travel. Must be the different water or something. But it rea1ly is a nuisance and it seems to be getting worse ... 6. Damn! I've lost my wallet! Man: Telegram, miss. Jean: Oh, thanks. Jean: I wonder who it's from. Oh, it's Helen. Helen, there's a telegram you. Helen: me? Oh, Jean, will you open it? I hate opening telegrams. Jean: Do you? Why? Helen: Well, it's just that I think a telegram must mean bad news. Jean: I'm just the opposite. I love opening telegrams because I'm sure they must mean something exciting. Jean: Helen, you'd better sit down. You aren't going to believe this. It says, 'Congratulations, Nurse of the Year. Letter follows.' Helen: It can't be true. Jean: Here. You it. Hello. This is Sophie Peter's ringing from the Brook Organization. Um, we got your job application and I'm ringing just to arrange an interview with you. How about Monday morning at, er, :30? Would that be all right? That's Monday morning of the th of August. Um, if you can't make that time, could you please give us a ring? The interview will be with myself and Brian Shaw, so we, um, we look ward to seeing you then. Bye-bye. "Henry!" "Yes, dear?" "I'm going up to bed now. Don't get to do your little jobs." "No, dear." Henry turned off the television and went into the kitchen. He fed the cat, washed up several dishes, dried them and put them away. Then he put the cat out, locked all the doors and turned out all the lights. When he got to the bedroom, his wife was sitting up in bed ing a book and eating chocolates. "Well dear, have you done all your little jobs?" "I think so, my love." "Have you fed the cat?" "Yes, dear." "Have you put him out?" "Yes, dear." "Have you washed up the dishes?" "Yes, dear." "Have you put them all away?" "Yes, dear." "Have you tidied the kitchen?" "Yes, dear." "Have you turned out all the lights?" "Yes, dear." "Have you locked the front door?" "Yes, dear." "Then you can come to bed." "Thank you, dear." After a little while they heard a gate banging downstairs. "Henry." "Yes, dear." "I'm afraid you've gotten to shut the garden gate." "Oh dear! ..." 3
  • Michelle: Did you hurt yourself?米歇尔:你受伤了吗?Gabriel: No, why?加布里埃尔:没有,为什么这样问?Michelle: You have a Band-Aid on your arm.米歇尔:你胳膊上有创口贴Gabriel: Oh, that. I donated blood today.加布里埃尔:哦,那个啊我今天去献血了Michelle: You did? That great. Id like to donate blood, but every time I get close to a needle, I feel light-headed. Im afraid if I go through with it, and they actually draw blood, Ill faint.米歇尔:真的吗?你太伟大了我想去献血,但每次针头靠近我时,我就感到头晕我担心抽完血,我会真的晕过去Gabriel: Im use to it. I give blood all the time. The needle doesnt bother me.加布里埃尔:我已经习惯了我一直在献血针头并不困扰我Michelle: That very admirable. I know how important it is hospitals to have a good supply of blood use in transfusions.米歇尔:非常令人钦佩我知道保持充足的血液供应对于医院来说很重要Gabriel: I dont mind doing it. It not a big deal.加布里埃尔:我不介意做那些事那没什么大不了的Michelle: But it is a big deal. If relief organizations didnt have enough blood when they traveled to disaster areas, they couldnt help the injured people there. Im sure that why you do it, right?米歇尔:但那就是大事啊如果救援机构在赶到事故现场时,没有足够的血液,就不能帮助那里的病人了我想你肯定是因为这才献血的,对吗?Gabriel: Well...加布里埃尔:嗯...Michelle: Well, what?米歇尔:嗯...什么?Gabriel: There is a particularly pretty nurse who works in the bloodmobile...加布里埃尔:有一位很漂亮的女护士在血浆车上工作Michelle: Ah.米歇尔:啊原文译文属!
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