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NO.5Scent of A Woman《女人香》 校长查斯克先生把查理留下,要他说出那天闹剧的主谋者。查斯克的语言修养很好,所用的词语和句式不同与一般的街市俗人,话中有话,其中不泛威逼利诱。然而这一套在坚定的查理面前丝毫未有影响。在这段对话中我们可以学到很多学校里的专有名词。单词通缉令1. vantage n.有利情况2. stunt n.恶作剧3. fool with 亵玩4. lamppost n.路灯柱5. pull focus 聚焦6.automobile n.(美语)汽车,当于英国英语的car7. possession n.财产(常用复数)8. The Board of Trustees 理事会9. excellence n.美德 10. tarnished a.被玷污的11. preserve v.保持,保护12. convene v.召集,集合13. faculty n.全体教员14. disciplinary a.纪律的15. transpire v.发散;泄露16. proceeding n.行动17. conclude v. 结束18. perk n.特殊之处19. The Dean of Admissions 招生办主任20. sheaf n.一束21. applicant n.申请者22. submit v.提交,递交23. virtually ad. 事实上,实质上24. guaranteed a.担保的25. admittance n.入学26. standout n.杰出的人27. underprivileged a.穷困的,下层社会的28. board n.食宿29. tuition n.学费30. draft v.起草31. memo n.备忘录Mr. Trask : Mr. Simms. Mr. Willis. Mrs. Hunsaker says that both you gentlemen were at a 1)vantage point last night to observe who was responsible for this 2)stunt. Who was it?George Willis: I really couldn’t tell you, sir. I thought I saw someone 3)fooling with the 4)lamppost but by the time I 5)pulled focus they were gone.Trask: Mr. Simms?Charlie Simms: I couldn’t say.Trask: That 6)automobile is not just a 7)possession of mine. That automobile was presented to me by the 8)Board of Trustees. It is a symbol of the standard of 9)excellence for which this school is known and I will not have it 10)tarnished.Willis: The automobile?Trask: The standard, Mr. Willis. What’s your position, Mr. Simms?Charlie: On what, sir?Trask: On 11)preserving the reputation of Baird.Charlie: I’m for Baird. Trask: Then who did it?Charlie: I really couldn’t say for sure.Trask: Very well. First thing, Monday morning I’m 12)convening a special session of the student 13)faculty 14)disciplinary committee. As this is a matter which concerns the whole school, the entire student body will be present. There will be no classes. No activities. Nothing will 15)transpire at this institution until that 16)proceeding is 17)concluded. And if at that time we are no further along than we are now, I will expel you both. Mr. Simms. I’m not quite through with you yet. One of the few 18)perks of this office is that I am empowered to handle certain matters on my own as I see fit. Do you understand?Charlie: Yes, sir.Trask: Good. 19)The Dean of Admissions at Harvard and I have an arrangement. Along with the usual 20)sheaf of 21)applicants 22)submitted by Baird of which 23)virtually well, two thirds are 24)guaranteed 25)admittance, I add one name. Somebody who’s a 26)standout and yet 27)underprivileged, a student who cannot afford to pay the 28)board and 29)tuition in Cambridge. Do you know on who’s behalf I 30)drafted a 31)memo this year?Charlie: No, sir.Trask: You. You, Mr. Simms. Now can you tell me who did it?Charlie: No, sir, I can’t. Trask: You take the weekend to think about it, Mr. Simms. Good afternoon.查斯克先生:希姆斯先生,威里斯先生。韩塞克女士说昨晚你们两位先生清楚地看到了这场闹剧的主犯。他是谁?乔治#8226;威里斯:先生,我真的不能告诉你。我想我是看见有人在玩灯柱,但正想再看清楚一点,他们就不见了。查斯克:希姆斯先生?查里#8226;希姆斯:我不能说。查斯克:那辆车不仅仅是我的私人财产。那辆车是理事会的赠品。这是我们这所学校之所以闻名的美德标准的象征,我不会让它受到玷污。威里斯:那辆车?查斯克:是标准,威里斯先生。希姆斯先生,你是什么立场?查里:先生,关于什么?查斯克:关于保持贝尔德学校的名誉。查里:我持贝尔德。查斯克:那么是谁干的?查里:我真的说不清。查斯克:很好。第一件事,星期一早上我会召开教职员工学生纪律委员会的特别会议。由于事关整所学校,所以所有学生都要出席。全校停课。停止任何活动。在会议结束之前,不做任何其他事情。如果到那时候,比起现在来我们还没有任何进展的话,我会开除你们二位。希姆斯先生。我和你还没有谈完。这个职位拥有的少数特权之一就是我有权单独处理一些事务,如果我觉得合适的话。你明白吗?查里:是的,先生。查斯克:好。哈弗招生办主任和我有个协议。在贝尔德提交的正常申请者名单上,这其中三分之二的人保招收入学,我加了一个名字。这个人出类拔萃,家境不如其他人好,他负担不起剑桥大学的食宿费和学费。你知道今年我为谁起草了一份推荐材料吗?查里:不知道,先生。查斯克:你。是你,希姆斯先生。现在可以告诉我是谁了吧?查里:不,先生,我不能。查斯克:这个周末你好好想想,希姆斯先生。祝你下午开心。句子模仿秀通常在生活中,需要提醒对方我的话还没说完。说法会有很多种,如:I’m not over. I would like to continue my talk. 本句也是其中一种,但要注意的是这句话的语气比较严厉。用在上下级或是纠纷事件中比较多。学习指导背诵默写,最佳背诵时间为2秒钟。 /200603/5405

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  英语日常口语 26:Planning a 本单元是关于计划菜谱的对话Michal: Alice was only helping me!Helen: I'm sorry Michal, I didn't mean to fly off the handle. What's wrong?Michal: I was just telling Alice I wanted to eat better but that I didn't know how to cook any of my favourite dishes. Helen: Mm, let's think about this. I know! Chinese New Year is coming up soon. Why don't we make a special Polish-Chinese dinner together! We'll both do research, find typical recipes, buy all the ingredients? Michal: And cook a meal together! You do the main course, and I'll make the pudding! Helen: Sounds like a perfect second date, don't you think?Vocabulary :to fly off the handle (v, informal): to be very angry 发脾气a pudding (n): a dessert or a sweet 布丁(西餐中的一种甜点心)本单元的语言点是间接引语,间接引语是当我们告诉别人我们或他人说过什么的时候,我们可以用直接引语或间接引语来表述。Reported speech 间接引语When we want to tell someone else what we or someone else has said we can use either direct or reported (or indirect speech). 当我们告诉别人我们或他人说过什么的时候,我们可以用直接引语或间接引语来表述。 In Episode 25 Michal said to Alice "I don't know how to cook" using direct speech. But in today's episode he said to Helen "I was just telling Alice I didn't know how to cook" using reported speech.The reporting verb 引语动词In reported speech, the first verb is usually in the past tense (在间接叙述中,第一个动词通常是过去时)for example:He said that he was trying to give up fast food. He told Alice he missed his mum's cooking.He explained to Helen that he wanted to eat better.However, if the reporting verb is in the present tense, it isn't changed in reported speech 然而,如果引语动词是现在时,那么它在间接引语中不会改变) . Michal says "I want to make pudding." He says he wants to make pudding.Modal verbs 情态动词Some model verbs change in reported speech (有些情态动词在间接引语中要发生变化): Direct speech Reported Speechcan could will wouldmust had to While some others don't (有些则不发生变化): Direct speech Reported speechwould wouldshould shouldcould couldmust mustmight mightThatYou can leave out that in reported speech:Michal said that he was trying to give up fast food.Michal said he was trying to give up fast food. He told Alice that he missed his mum's cooking.He told Alice missed his mum's cookingPronounsPronouns can change in reported speech depending on who the reported speech is directed to (直接引语变为间接引语时,须在代词人称方面作一些必要的调整)。 For example:Michal said "I want to give up fast food" changes to:"He said he wanted to give up fast food" when Alice is telling Helen what Michal said.Alice (talking to Michal) said "I'll make you a cup of tea" changes to: "She said she would make me a cup of tea" when Michal tells Helen what Alice said. But pronouns don't always change (但代词人称不一定总是会变)。 For example:Tim said "We're going to the pub later" talking to Michal (about Michal, Alice and Helen), changes to: "He said we were going to the pub later" when Michal tells Helen what Tim said. /200707/16028。

  Hello, morehouse你好 莫尔豪斯Thank you, everybody. Please be seated谢谢大家 请就坐I love you back我也爱你That is why i am here所以我才来到这里I have to say that我想说It is one of the great honors of my life能为这个毕业典礼进行演讲To be able to address this gathering here today是我人生中一件光荣的事I want to thank dr. Wilson我想感谢威尔逊士For his outstanding leadership他的领导卓有成效And the board of trustees还要感谢董事会We have congressman我们的国会议员Cedric richmond and sanford bishop塞德里克·里奇蒙和桑福德·毕夏普Both proud alumni of this school都是这所学校出色的校友As well as congressman hank johnson还有国会议员汉克·约翰逊And one of my dear friends and a great inspiration to us all 我的一位挚友 为我们所有人提供重要启示的The great john lewis is here伟大的约翰·刘易斯也来自这里We have your outstanding mayor, mr. Kasim reed还有你们杰出的市长卡西姆·里德先生In the house在众议院中To all the members of the morehouse family致莫尔豪斯大家庭中的所有成员201604/435612

  1_04 You’re doing fine. You’re doing fine. 你做得很好. You got it. 你知道该怎么做. Keep on going. 再接再励,继续努力. That’s the way. 你的做法对. That’s how to do it. 就是这么做. Don’t change a thing. 不要改变. Keep working hard. 继续努力. Keep doing great. 继续好好地做. Keep on doing what you are doing. 继续做你现在正在做的事情. /200705/13647

  39. I'd like to ... 我想······ 用法透视 "I'd like to..."是"I would like to..."的缩写,是一种客气地表达自己想法的说法。 持范例 1. I'd like to buy a one-way ticket to Beijing. 我想买一张去北京的单程车票。 2. I'd like to invite you to my birthday party this weekend. 我想邀请你参加周末我的生日晚会。 3. I'd like to have your suggestions. 我想听听你的建议。 会话记忆 A: Have you ever made any plan for your future? 你曾计划过未来吗? B: Of course I have. I'd like to marry a handsome man and have two children if possible. 当然啦。我想嫁一个帅哥然后生两个孩子,如果可能的话。 A: Not me. I'd like to be a bachelor forever. 我可不想那样。我想单身一辈子。 B: I don't believe you can make it when you meet your Mrs. Right. 我可不觉得等你遇到你的"真命天子"时还能做到单身 /200705/13296

  Imagine a world where you can buy the exact products you want想象一下,你可以买到符合你所有需求的产品,with the functionalities you need, with the design you want,具备你需要的所有功能,有你想要的设计,with the same cost and lead time as a product thats been mass produced,但却和大规模生产出的产品在价位与交付时间上相差无几,like your car, or your clothes or your cell phone.你可以买到你所定制的车、衣,甚至是手机。The new manufacturing revolution makes it possible.这次新工业革命让这一切变得可能。Advanced robots can be programmed in order to perform any product configuration without any setup time or ramp up.我们可以通过对高级机器人编程,使其无须安装时间、无须缓冲,便可以完成任何产品装配。3D printers instantaneously produce any customized design.3D打印机可以即刻生产任何定做的设计品。We are now able to produce a batch of one product, your product,现如今我们可以用大批量生产所需同样的成本及订货交付时间at the same cost and lead time as a batch of many.来生产一个仅属于你的产品。Those are only a few examples of the manufacturing revolution at play.这些仅仅是当下工业革命的几个例子。Not only will manufacturing become more productive, it will also become more flexible,不仅生产率更高,同时制造业还变得更具弹性,and those were exactly the elements of growth that we are missing.而这些恰恰是我们缺少的增长要素。But actually, there are even some bigger implications但实际上,制造业重回聚光灯下for all of us when manufacturing will find its way back into the limelight.对我们所有人而言还有更深层次的意义。It will create a huge macroeconomic shift.它会带来巨大的宏观经济转变。First, our factories will be relocated into our home markets.首先,我们的工厂将会迁回国内市场。In the world of scale customization, consumer proximity is the new norm.在大规模订制的情况下,亲近客户将会变成新的模式。Then, our factories will be smaller, agile.而且,我们的工厂会变得更小、更灵活。201703/499360

  Ⅶ Transportation交通 19 Public Transportation 交 通Part One: Expressions1.Can’t you see there’s a line?你没有看到有一条线吗?2. You haven’t taken the bus before?你以前没有坐过公车?3. Besides, you should let old people on first.除此之外,你该让老人先上(车)。4. Excuse me, how do I get to Wall Street?打扰一下,去华尔街怎么走?5. You should be able to find it from there.在那儿你就可以找到了。6. Let the people off the train before you get on.乘坐火车先下后上。7. It’s faster than taking the bus or the subway.这比坐公车或搭地铁快。8. Can I help you?有什么可以效劳吗?9. Would you like a window or an aisle seat?你要靠窗的还是靠过道的座位?10. I want an aisle seat.我要一个靠过道的座位。Part Two Dialogues1. Buses 坐公车A: Hey, buddy, can’t you see there’s a line?B: Oh, sorry. I didn’t know.A: What? You haven’t taken the bus before?B: No, I’m afraid not.A: Well, you have to wait in line like everyone else. Besides, you should let old people on first.B: Sorry.A: It’s all right. Where are you going?B: I wanted to see the White House.A: Oh, well you don’t want this bus, anyway. It goes to Georgetown.B: Oh, no.A: It’s all right, though. Just get off at the next stop and catch the 79A.B: Oh, well thank you very much.A: You’re welcome.A: 嘿,朋友,你没看到有一条线吗?B: 哦,对不起。我不知道。A: 什么?你以前没有坐过公车吗?B: 没有,恐怕我真没有。A: 那么,你必须和其他人一样排队等候。而且,你应该让老人先上(车)。B: 很抱歉。A: 没什么了。你去哪里?B: 我想去瞧瞧白宫。A: 哦,可是,你不用坐这趟公车的。这车是开往乔治敦的。B: 噢,糟糕。A: 不过也没关系。可以在下一站下车改坐79A。B: 噢,好的,很感谢你。A: 不客气。2. Subways amp; Urban Railways地铁和市区铁路A: Excuse me, how do I get to Wall Street?B: Take the A train south to the Liberty Ave. stop. You should be able to find it from there.A: I’m sorry, but how do I know the subway train is going south?B: The southbound A trains say Brooklyn.A: O.K., so it’s this one?B: Yeah. Hey? What are you doing? Let the people off the train before you get on.A: Oh, sorry. B: Jeez. Tourists.A: 打扰一下,请问去华尔街怎么走?B: 坐往南开的A 列车到自由大街站。在那儿你就可以找到了。A: 抱歉。我如何知道地铁是往南开的呢?B: 往南开的A列地铁上写着 “布鲁克林”。A: 噢,所以就是这列了。B: 对了。嘿,你在干什么?坐车先下后上。A: 噢,抱歉。B: 天哪,这些游客。3. Taxicabs 出租车A: Oh, no. We’re going to be late for the meeting.B: No. We’ll get a cab. It’s faster than taking the bus or the subway.A: Oh, good.A: How much will it cost?B: Well, cabs are more expensive than the bus or the subway. It’ll probably cost around six dollars.B: Taxi!!!A: I can’t find the business card. Do you know the address?B: Yeah. I met with them back in March, remember?A: Right.B: Driver, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., please.A: 噢,糟糕。我们开会要迟到了。B: 不会的。我们坐出租车去。那比坐公车或搭地铁快。A: 哦,好啊。B: 要多少钱? A: 嗯,坐出租车比坐公车或地铁贵。可能大概要花6美元吧。B: 出租车!!!A: 我找不到名片了,你知道地址吗?B: 知道。我在三月还和他们见过面,记得吗?A: 对呀。B: 司机。去宾夕法尼亚大街1600号。4. Airlines航班A: Good morning, sir. Can I help you?B: Yes, I need to check-in for the 11:20 flight to New York, please.A: O.K. Ticket, please.B: Here you are.A: Would you like a window or an aisle seat, Mr. Smith?B: I want an aisle seat as close to the exit door as possible, please.A: Very well. Do you have any bags to check?B: No, I just have this one small bag.A: Here you are, seat 12c. Please go to gate 23 after passing through the security checkpoint.B: Thank you.A: Have a nice day.B: You, too.A: 早上好,先生。可以为您效劳吗?B: 好的,我要办理11点20分开往纽约的航班的登机手续。A: 好的,您的票据呢?B: 在这儿。A: 您想要靠窗还是靠过道的座位,史密斯先生。B: 我想要靠过道的座位,尽可能靠近出口的。A: 好的,您有行李要托运吗?B: 没有,我只有这个小包。A: 给您的票,座位是12c。通过安全关卡后请到23号门。B: 谢谢你。A: 祝您愉快。B: 你也是。Part Three: Substitution Drills1. A: (Can’t you/ Don’t you) see there’s a line? B: Oh, sorry.你(看不到/没看到)有一条线吗? 噢,抱歉。2. A: You haven’t (taken/ ridden/ been on) the bus before? B: No, I’m afraid not.你以前没有(坐过/搭过/乘坐过)公车?没有,恐怕没有坐过。3. A: Besides, you should let (old people/ children/ pregnant women) on first. B: Oh, I didn’t know, sorry.除此之外,你因该让(老人/小孩/妇)先上。噢,我不知道,抱歉。4. A: (Excuse me/ Pardon me/ I beg your pardon), how do I get to Wall Street? B: Take the A train…(劳驾/对不起/请原谅),去华尔街怎么走?坐A列火车。5. A: You (should/ will) be able to find it from there. B: O.K. Thank you.在那儿你(应该/可以)找到的。 好的,谢谢你。6. A: Let the people (off/ get off/ disembark from) the train before you get on. B: I see, that makes more sense, doesn’t it?让别人(先下/先下来/先下车)你再上去。我知道。这样更合理,不是吗?7. A: It’s (faster/ slower/ more expensive) than taking the bus or the subway. B: Oh, o.k.这比坐公车或搭地铁(快/慢/贵)。噢,好吧。8. A: (May/ Can) I help you? B: Yes. I need to check-in.我(能够/可以)帮助你吗?好的,我要办理登机手续。9. A: Would you like (a window or an aisle seat/ smoking or non-smoking/ first or business class)?B: An aisle/ window seat. / Smoking./ Non-smoking. / First class./ Business class.你想要一个(靠窗还是靠过道的座位/吸烟还是非吸烟区/头等舱还是经济舱)的座位?靠过道/还是靠窗的座位/吸烟/非吸烟区/头等舱/经济舱。10. A: I just have this one small (bag/ carry-on/ piece of luggage). B: O.K. Here’s your ticket, sir. Thank you.我只有这个(小包/小的随身行李/行李)。好的,先生,这是您的票。谢谢。Part Four: MonologueThe public transportation systems in most big cities in America are very good. New York, especially, has one of the largest and most useful subway and bus systems in the world. Public transportation helps to cut down on pollution and traffic. In big cities, with so many people, this is a very important problem. However, Americans do love their cars. The average family has two. So much more money goes into building roads, than new subway or train lines. In some cities, like Atlanta, this has meant a quick increase in pollution and traffic congestion as its population has grown.在美国的大城市里,大多数都有很齐全的公共交通系统。尤其是纽约拥有的市内地铁和公交车系统就是全世界最大、利用率最高的地区之一。公共交通系统可以减少污染和缓解交通负担。对于人口众多的大城市,这是个非常重要的问题。然而,美国人是爱车的。平均每个家庭的小汽车拥有量为两辆。因此用于修建公路的资金往往比用于修建新的地铁线和火车线路的资金多得多。在象亚特兰大这样的一些城市,随着人口的增加,也同时意味着污染和交通阻塞的日益严重。Part Five: Vocabulary and Phrases--bus 巴士;公共汽车--subway 地下铁;地下铁火车--taxicab/ cab/ taxi 出租车--check-in (旅客登机前)验票并领取登机卡 --checkpoint 检查;关卡 --line (British English: queue)列、排;(等待顺序的)行列--pass through 经历;通过--make sense使人懂,合理 /200703/11786。

  英语场景口语:花季少年义气方遒我们准备开一个聚会。为什么庆祝呢?你可能要问。【口语要素1】What’s the occasion?我呀,今年16岁了,花季少年了,理应庆祝一下。【口语要素2】Congratulations are in order.丰盛的大餐已经准备好了,大家提议为了这个花季年龄干杯!【口语要素3】Cheers! / Bottoms up!确实,值得干一杯,因为从这个年龄开始,我们可以算作成年人了。【口语要素4】That deserves a toast.让我们一起为十六岁祝福:祝青春永驻!【口语要素5】Many happy returns! /200604/6663

  

  One of the most common ways of dividing the world一个把人类分成两大部分很普遍的方法is into those who believe and those who dont--into the religious and the atheists.便是分为相信神的存在的一部分,以及不相信宗教信仰的另一部分--宗教教徒和无神论者And for the last decade or so,在最近的十年中its been quite clear what being an atheist means.对无神论者的定义已经是十分清楚的了There have been some very vocal atheists whove pointed out,有些直话直说的无神论者,他们说not just that religion is wrong, but that its ridiculous.宗教不仅仅是种欺骗,它还非常荒谬These people, many of whom have lived in North Oxford, have argued--说这些话的人很多都住在牛津北部,他们坚持 --theyve argued that believing in God is akin to believing in fairies他们觉得相信上帝就像相信童话故事and essentially that the whole thing is a childish game.所以相信宗教根本就是一件很幼稚的事情Now I think its too easy.我觉得那些定义太简单了I think its too easy to dismiss the whole of religion that way.我觉得以那样的说法去排斥宗教,实在是太肤浅了And its as easy as shooting fish in a barrel.那样的说法不具备说力And what Id like to inaugurate today is a new way of being an atheist --我想提出一种以无神论者来对待宗教的方式if you like, a new version of atheism we could call Atheism 2.0.我把那种方式叫做无神论2.0Now what is Atheism 2.0?那什么是无神论2.0呢Well it starts from a very basic premise: of course, theres no God.它有个最基本的前提,就是相信上帝是不存在的Of course, there are no deities or supernatural spirits or angels, etc.当然也没有神仙或者超自然的力量或者天使等等Now lets move on; thats not the end of the story, thats the very, very beginning.这只是最基本的一个开始,现在我们来更深层次地讨论一下201608/459222

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