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一年级英语作文:This morning --1 01:1:31 来源:   This morning is cool.I am going to play basketball.After play basketball,I feel tired,but I very hay.Because basketball is my favourite ort.My body is strong.I hope you like basketball too.I play computer games now.My School Is Like a Big Family 我的学校像一个大家庭 -- 19:6: 来源: My School Is Like a Big Family 我的学校像一个大家庭  My school is in the center of our city. It is large, beautiful and clean. We have a big playground, a library, a dining hall and two teaching buildings.  Our teachers are very kind and friendly. At school we learn many subjects such as Chinese, math, English, music, P.E. and so on. They are very interesting.  There are 50 students in our class. We get on well with each other and we play and study together.  I like my school because it is like a big family.  我的学校位于市中心它又大又漂亮又干净我们有一个大操场,还有图书馆,食堂和两座教学楼  我们的老师很和蔼、很友好在学校我们要学很多科目,如:语文、数学、英语、音乐、体育等等,它们都非常有意思  我们班有50位同学,我们相处得很好,经常在一起学习、玩耍  我喜欢我们的学校,因为它像一个大家庭

【纪念张国荣】《霸王别姬的经典台词(双语) -- ::01 来源: 人不敌天   No matter how resourceful you are, you can't fight fate.  人纵有万般能耐,终也敌不过天命从一而终 56 《霸王别姬经典台词

  我想成为一名教师 I Want To A Teacher -- :3:5 来源: If anyone asks me what will I want to be in the future?I will say a teacher without any thinking. In my mind, being a teacher is agreat job. Its responsibility is very heavy, but it is full of achievability. Ilike the job with achievability. I also like children. I want to develop theminto the people who are useful to the society. In my mind, no job can comparewith teacher.如果有人问我将来想做什么?我会想都不想就说教师在我看来,做老师是一个很伟大的工作虽然责任很重,但是充满了成就感我喜欢有成就感的工作我也喜欢小孩子我希望能把他们培养成为对社会有用的人在我看来,任何工作都无法与教师相比

  任何时候都要遵守交通规则(Obey the Traffic Rules at Any Time ) -- 1:5: 来源: 任何时候都要遵守交通规则(Obey the Traffic Rules at Any Time )  it was aly : when i got up this afternoon. classes would begin in a quarter. i quickly ran out and got on my bike.  on my way to school, i rode fast. when i reached the crossing, the traffic lights were red, but i didn't stop my bike. a policeman stopped me, and asked me whey i didn't stop when the lights were red. i told him classes would begin in no time. he told me with a smile to obey the traffic rules next time and let me go.  i'll remember ever that we must obey the rules at any time.    下午当我起床时,时间已经是:了再过分钟就上课了,我快速地跑出去登上了车  上学的路上我骑得很快当我到路口时,正好是红灯,可是我没有停车警察拦住了我,并问我为什么闯红灯我告诉他马上就要上课了他笑着告诉我下一次摇遵守交通规则,然后让我走了  我要永远记住任何时候都要遵守规则。

  盘点全球大浪漫旅游胜地 邂逅生命中的她 -- 19::50 来源: 盘点全球大浪漫旅游胜地 邂逅生命中的她怀着浪漫情怀的单身男子肯定想找一个漂亮的女友,小编在此罗列出大单身男子旅游胜地,这里不仅风景迷人,这里的姑娘更是风情万种!A single man of a romantic mind must be in want of a girlfriend. places listed below embody both fantastic scenery and gorgeous beauties. They are not only perfect getaways from city chaos, the dreamlike atomosphere can certainly increase your chances of meeting the One. Be prepared to be amazed!1 The Maldives 马尔代夫With its mesmerizing tropical appeal, the Maldives has long been a hotspot lovers or lovers-to-be. No prior visa is required to enter the Republic of Maldives. Entry permit will be granted to visitors on arrival at designated ports of entry, based on the immigration requirements. Hawaii 夏威夷A woman wearing sunglasses and a bikini poses under palm trees in the sand of Waikiki Beach in Honolulu on the Island Oahu, in Hawaii. 5 浪漫旅游胜地

  归元寺英文导游词 湖北归元寺景点英文介绍 -- :59:36 来源: 归元寺英文导游词 湖北归元寺景点英文介绍 中国佛寺从来都不是单一的建筑,它们总是由主寺和一系列的其他建筑组成,湖北归元寺就是这样的一个寺庙归元寺位于湖北武汉,占地.67公顷,以建筑完美、雕塑绝妙、珍藏丰富而声震佛门Chinese Buddhist temples are never single buildings. They always consist of a group buildings following a fundamental patter, which can, however, be modified. The main buildings and their symmetrically corresponding secondary buildings m individual groups and courtyards. The entire temple complex is spacious. The building inside the complex are usually single-storied and the main halls are sometimes decorated with a double roof. The towers, pavilions and halls can be multi-storied structures. The Chinese temple complex has been subject to great structural changes throughout the centuries. But temple architects follow the basic principles of secular structures from the Tang Dynasty onwards. The complexes stand on a central axis, usually a north-south axis: east-west only as an exception. (Guiyuan Temple is just the very exception.) The main buildings are strung along this central axis, their broadest sides facing south or east. The most important and most frequently presented building inside a Buddhist temple complex are the main entrance gate, the bell and drum towers, the Hall of the Heavenly Kings, the Hall of the Buddha and a pagoda. Buddhism is said to be founded in India in the 6th century by Siddatha Gautama (565 –86), the son of a nobleman and member of the Kshatriya caste near the present borders of India and Nepal. Buddhism advocates that all the people are created equal and turns against the caste system of Brahmanism, so it was popular with the common people. It was said that Buddhism was sp to China in . At the beginning, it was only regarded as a kind of witch. About 0 AD, Chinese version of Buddhist s criptures began to appear, and thus, Buddhist doctrines began to emerge with traditional Chinese religious thought. From nd century to late 6th century, translation and research of Buddhist sects with Chinese characteristics were becoming more and more popular and many temples were built, which reached its peak in Sui Dynasty (581AD-6AD) and Tang Dynasty (618-9). Some Buddhist sects with Chinese characteristics came into being. Buddhism exerts a great influence on Chinese philosophy, literature, art and folk customs. What is presented bee our eyes is a copper statue of a famous bodhisattva in Hynayana Buddhism. Bodhisattva is a tittle which is only next to Buddha. This statue is the image of Avalokitesvara, which has been popular with Chinese people or more than 1,000 years. She is called the Goddess of Mercy cordially by Chinese and is regarded as the symbol of kindness, mercy and benevolence. When we visit the Avalokitesvara Pavilion after a while, I will give a detailed introduction about her. This copper statue was sent to Guiyuan Temple by Taiwan Buddhists in September 1990. It shows that all Chinese, whether in the mainland or in Taiwan, are eager the reunion of the country, even including religion believers. The building we see now is the Buddha Hall where one certain Buddha and his two assistant bodhisattvases are worshiped. This Buddha is Amitabha Buddha. Amitabha means incomparable brightness. According to Buddhism, time and space is limitless and thus there are many many Buddhas in different spaces and times. But in a certain space or in a certain period of time, there is only one certain Buddha who is in charge of instructing all living creatures. Amitabha Buddha is the Buddha who presides over the Land of Ultimate Bliss in the west, which will come in the future. Buddhist s criptures describe the Land of Ultimate Bliss as a wonderland, in which no pain exists and the people enjoy their lives. In one word, it’s very attractive. Some people will think it must be very difficult to enter such a world. How can I go to such a paradise? Maybe I have to work hard and bear a lot of sufferings. In fact, it’s very easy to enter the world. He only need often murmur ‘May Buddha preserve us’ sincerely. It’s enough. You see, the statue in the middle is the very Buddha. On his left is the Goddess of Mercy. On his right is the other bodhisattva who follows the Buddha. It is said that he can save all the living creatures from three kinds of terrible disasters. Now, let’s step into the Buddhist s criptures Pavilion where the s criptures of Buddhism are kept. But I ‘m afraid what attracts our attention at the first sight must be this snow-white statue. It is a statue of Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism. This statue was carved out of a big piece of jade which is -meter-tall and weighs 3 tons. It was carved by Myanmar handicraftsmen and donated to the temple by the Rangoon Buddhists in 1935. If we watch the statue, we may sense that the peaceful expression on the Buddha’s face has brought us to a quiet and harmonious state. The last building we will visit is the Avalokitesvara Pavilion in the north yard. When we entered the yard just now we saw a statue of her. Now I’d like to introduce her carefully. As a goddess, she swore that she would not become a Buddha until all the living creatures suffering from pains were saved. So she became a bodhisattva who is most popular among the people and attracts the most believers of all the gods and goddesses in Buddhism. It was said that one would be saved from trouble and disaster as long as he (she) chanted her name and if it was heard by her. Thus she is called Guanshiyin, which means ‘hearing or looking on the voices of the suffering’. Because of her kind heart and benevolence she got another title ‘the Goddess of Mercy’. According to Buddhism, bodhisattvases have no distinction of sex, that is, they are neither male nor female, because they are immortals. But it’s very strange and interesting that most of bodhisattvases were engraved or carved in the images of various kinds of men in human society. Changes didn’t take place until an emperor’s mother thought it was inconvenient to worship a male bodhisattva in her bedroom. From then on, Guanshiyin, the bodhisattvas began to appear bee her believers in the image of a beautiful and elegant lady. We’ll pay a visit to a very serious, sacred place. Generally, the place is regarded as the most holy by Buddhists. It is the Grand Hall, where the founder of Buddhism, Sakyamuni is worshiped. It is always the center of a Buddhist temple in construction and in Buddhists’ mind. The statue in the middle is Sakyamuni. According to Buddhism his mother gave birth to him in a garden. He belonged to Kshatreya Caste. He married his cousin when he was or years old. At the age of 9, he was confronted with the sights of an old man, a sick man, a corpse, and a wandering ascetic. With eyes opened to aspects of life newly revealed to him, he broke from the material world and became an ascetic. Six years later, he gave up mystic concentration that at last brought him enlightenment under a bo tree. He then founded an order of mendicants and spent his next 5 years preaching his ideas until his death. These two statue beside the Buddha are his two disciples. The one on the right was said to be Sakyamuni’s cousin and he had good memory so that he could remember all the Buddha told his disciples. The one on the left was said to be the lord of Brahmnism and he once was Sakyamuni’s tutor. But afterwards he was convinced by Buddhism after long-term debate between Buddhism and other religions and he accepted Sakyamuni as his tutor. Thus he became the eldest one of all Sakyamuni’s disciples. Next, we’ll pay a visit to the Ahrat Hall in the south court. The Ahrat Hall is an important structure in a Buddhist temple. But not all temples have an Ahrat Hall, especially, well-kept Ahrat Halls are very rare in China. This one is among them, and what’s more, it has its own unique characteristics. Generally, an Ahrat Hall is a square building. The building is subdivided into four small square courts so that the hall can get enough sunlight. This kind of structure show some lucky implies in Chinese Buddhist culture. Another characteristic about the hall lies in these sculptures themselves. They were neither made up of wood, nor stone, nor clay. A special way was taken in making them, which could prevents them from being burned, being soaked or being eaten by insects. All the sculptures were floating in water while Wuhan was flooded in 195, but, surprisingly, they were sound and safe after the flood had receded. It was really a wonder. Ahrats are the immortals in Buddhism. But when you have a look around the sculptures, you may find from the expressions on their faces that they are so familiar to you. That’s only because they were molded on the basis of the people in the reality, so they are human beings in our daily life rather than immortals. Ahrats are the symbols of harmony, happiness, and good luck, so the Wuhan natives have got used to counting ahrats since ancient time to pray peace. There are a few ways of counting ahrats. We can count from the first ahrat from left to right or from right to left, when we just enter the hall. We can also choose any ahrat as our starting point, and count in the same way, left to right or right to left. We should base counting on our own ages whatever we take. example, I’m 5, so I should stop in front of the 5th ahrat from the starting ahrat. The sculpture in front of which I stop is my lucky ahrat. My lucky ahrat will accompany me to spend a peaceful and lucky year. Wouldn’t you like to have a try now? If you need, I can explain connotation of some ahrats. That’s all the explanation to Guiyuan Temple. Thank you your cooperation and understanding. You will have another 30 minutes to have a look around the temple. If you have any problems, do let me know. I would like to repeat our bus number, A3. Please don’t get. See you later. 归元 英文 导游词我最好的朋友 My Best Friend -- :33:7 来源: I have many friends, since I go to kindergarten, I make friends now and then, but my friend is Li Ming. He is a boy, he lives next to me, we go to school everyday, we also play together. His family is very nice, they give me food when I go to ask Li Ming, my parents likes Li Ming, too. Li Ming and I are friends ever.我有很多朋友,自从我上了幼儿园,我时而不时地交朋友,但是我最好的朋友是李明他是一个男孩,住在我隔壁,我们每天一起上学,也一起玩耍他的家人很友好,每当我去找李明的时候,他们都给我东西吃,我的父母也很喜欢李明李明和我永远都是朋友英语导游词:苏格兰风情 -- :37:6 来源: Scotland is a unique and austere place, laden with history, where you can find aristocratic palaces and castles, as well as the traditional parades in national costumes. It has some of the most beautiful cities in Europe, a living testimony of a proud and splendid past.   In order to see and discover the true soul of Scotland today, what ged the character of this splendid region, we have to go towards the northern regions, to the Grampian Mountains. Beautiful and unspoiled, it was difficult to farm. The Scots subdued the environment with simple spades and strong arms.   The history of this ancient struggle, and its people's ancient love affair with the hard land, is enclosed within the walls of the Angus Folk Museum. You are able to get a feel of the typical rural atmosphere of times past from the everyday artifacts displayed here.   From coastal Aberdeen in towards the interior of the Grampian Mountains there runs the Castle Trail, a road that touches on many tresses, which are witnesses of continual revolts against the dominion of neighboring England in Scottish history.   Perhaps the most uplifting moment Scottish autonomy is the one experienced inside this ancient abbey of Arbroath, where, in ; the Declaration of Independence was celebrated, at the instigation of King Robert the Bruce. He carried out the plan autonomy drawn up by the great popular hero William Wallace, to whom cinema has dedicated the wonderful film "Braveheart", the winner of five Oscars.   This is Glamis Castle. It is often remembered being the residence of King Macbeth and Queen Elizabeth in her childhood. Among the most assiduous guests here are the inevitable ghosts, which are nourished, if not actually created, by ancient popular beliefs. These have been handed down over the centuries by a people inclined to live with mystery, with the ces of the supernatural.   Another attraction here is a legendary monster: the Loch Ness Monster. Is it real or imaginary, this monster, which has been nicknamed Nessie, has collected a good 3000 sightings over the last 50 years? To fuel the debate about the monster, and perhaps also curiosity about the lake, a price of 500,000 pounds sterling has been put on Nessie's head.   The true flag of Scotland, tartan, is recognisable from the brightly coloured plaid patterns which are used to distinguish the various clans. Over the last few decades this fabric has made a comeback and is part of the daily life of this country.   The typical Scottish garment, the kilt, is de rigeur when the Scots play the Great Highland bagpipes, especially when they march in parades.   Bagpipes and dancing open the competitions of local sporting events, which are called Highland Gatherings. The games, which have strange rules, involve a spirit that has more to do with brute ce than with athletics.   苏格兰是一个独特的地方,自然条件虽不得天独厚,历史的厚重感却随处可见豪门望族的府第与城堡历历在目,仪仗队的士兵也还穿着传统装这里有全欧洲最美的城市,诉说着苏格兰昔日的荣光   想看看真正的苏格兰,追寻这里民族精神的源泉,就得去北部的格兰扁山区格兰扁山区景色怡人,还没有受到现代文明的污染格兰扁一度不适合耕作,倔强的苏格兰人,凭着双手征了这片土地   苏格兰先民的艰苦劳作与他们自古对这片贫瘠土地的眷恋,在这个物馆里一览无余这里展出的都是平常的物品,营造出往日乡间的氛围,使人油然而生怀旧之情   从沿海的阿伯丁,有一条古堡之路,一直蜿蜒到格兰扁山区深处沿途很多昔日的要塞,都是苏格兰在历史上不断反抗英格兰统治的见   苏格兰争取自治的过程中最大快人心的时刻莫过于年在这个修道院,布鲁斯国王鼓动百姓大肆庆贺独立宣言签订布鲁斯采纳传奇英雄威廉·华勒斯所献的计策,完成了自治大业,这个故事后来被改编成电影《勇敢的心,该片曾摘取了五项奥斯卡奖   这座城堡之所以名闻遐迩,却是因为曾经的两位主人——苏格兰国王麦克白与幼年时的伊丽莎白女王如今这里最相看无厌的客人当数传说中挥之不去的幽灵,这些传说即使不是源于世代相传的民间故事,也大有借鉴化用的嫌疑苏格兰人似乎生来就笃信超自然的力量,才有了这些传说   这里游人如织的另一个原因则是尼斯湖的怪兽真假姑且不论,这个昵称Nessie的怪兽在过去的半个世纪中已经吸引了三千余名游客如今它头上有五十万英镑的悬赏,使得学术界的争论日益激烈,或许也会令游人的好奇日盛吧   苏格兰格子呢是苏格兰真正的旗帜它显著的花格子图案曾经是区分不同宗族的标志在过去几十年里,格子呢在苏格兰再度流行,如今则已在日常生活中不可或缺   苏格兰传统的褶裙照礼节是应该在演奏高地风笛时穿的,尤其是列队前进的时候   高地风笛与利尔舞揭开了高地运动盛会的序幕运动会的比赛项目规则奇特,与其说是田径比赛,不如说是大力士的较量 英语导游词:苏格兰风情

  景福宫英文介绍 --6 :8: 来源: 景福宫英文介绍Gyeongbokgung stands as a symbol of South Korea’s past and present. Once the main palace of the kings of Korea during the Joseon dynasty, it was devastated by the Japanese during the years of invasion. Now, its restoration is a symbol of national sovereignty.First built in 95 by King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon dynasty, the Gyeongbokgung, or Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven, is still opposite the seat of power in Seoul now, as the Blue House or Cheongwadae now sits on one of its mer gardens. Photo provided toShanghaiStar. The Blue House is the executive office and official residence of the South Korean head of state.Gyeongbokgung is situated on a site with excellent fengshui, with Mount Bugak providing a backdrop to its elegant emerald green buildings. Fengshui is the art of geomancy that defines the flow of natural energy.Guards flank Gwanghwamun, the main gate, and the hourly changing of the guard ceremony from am in the morning till 3 pm is one of tourists’ favourite sights.The atmosphere in the palace is serene and peaceful as tourists are absorbed into the spacious surroundings, scattering to different parts of the complex.Walking past layer after layer of gates and courtyards, one is faced with a gradual ascent to where the king would have held court in imperial times, even as Mount Bugak looms in the distance.The curved, tiled roofs with distinctive emerald green woodwork are imposing, their air of gravitas reminding you that they have weathered time and history to greet you today. The intricate woodwork has been meticulously restored with bright paint and traditional motifs. Great stone slabs in the middle of staircases depicting phoenixes and other mythical beasts grow more and more impressive as you measure your ascent towards the seat of power at Geunjeongjeon Hall.Geunjeongjeon Hall houses the intricate red throne under a massive roof with layers of green wooden rafters.It used to be where the king conducted most of his business, and features a couple of seven-clawed dragons right in the center of the ceiling, symbols of imperial power and majesty.An icon of the Joseon dynasty and Korea’s national sovereignty, the Gyeongbokgung has seen its share of turbulence and devastation.The complex was the largest of the Five Grand Palaces completed by the Joseon dynasty and was burnt to the ground by the Japanese between 9 and 98. It was laid to waste nearly 300 years, then rebuilt in 1868 on a grand scale when 330 buildings were rebuilt.Untunately, this second version was not to last, the th century saw another invasion by Japan, and in 19 nearly 90 percent of the buildings were torn down.The Japanese erected the building of the Governor-General on the site to drive home the point.Since 1990, the South Korean government has been restoring the palace to its mer glory as a matter of national pride, with the Governor-General Building built by the Japanese removed in the 1990s.The ambitious 0-year reconstruction eft has been successful, with about 0 percent of the original buildings now standing and a steady stream of visitors from all over the world coming to take in Gyeongbokgung’s beauty. Of particular note is the beautiful Gyeonghoeru Pavilion, which rests on a large artificial lake and makes an impressive photographic subject.Imperial banquets eign dignitaries used to be held here, particularly in the summer, with strains of soothing music complementing the breathtaking views of the mountain mirrored in the lake.The complex is also home to traditional Korean gardens, including Hyangwonjeong Pavilion, which rests on an artificial island in the middle of a small lily pond and accessible via a long wooden bridge.The pavilion is a two-story hexagonal building with a name which means “Pavilion of Far-reaching Fragrance”. Its bewitching beauty conceals a horrific history, it was here that Queen Myeongseong was murdered and burned by the invading Japanese in 1895.Apricot trees display their orange fruit in the courtyards of the palace, and you may chance upon an old well or chimney while exploring the various corridors and small wooden doors.Gingko and pine trees also subtly scent the air with their distinctive fragrance, making a stroll around the palace a relaxing and pleasurable experience.Entrance to the palace costs KRW 3,000 (19 yuan), and your ticket also includes entry to the inmative National Palace Museum and the National Folk Museum located on the grounds.While you are there, don’t miss out on the photo spot facing the Blue House as well, a record of your close encounter with the present South Korean seat of power.How to goTake subway Line 3 to Gyeongbokgung Station and proceed to Exit 5. The palace grounds are open from :00 -18:00 (March - October) and :00 -:00 (November - February). Gyeongbokgung Palace is closed Tuesday. Airline InfoMany airlines fly between major Chinese cities and Seoul, but we took Asiana Airlines, which leaves Shanghai at :0 am daily and arrives in Seoul at :30 pm.Where to Stay:The Shilla Seoul offers a uniquely Korean luxury experience both palatial and welcoming at the same time. The hotel has a resort feel while being conveniently located near all the attractions. Address: The Shilla Seoul 9 Dongho-ro Jung-gu, Seoul 0-856 KoreaThe serene Hyangwonjeong Pavilion. Above: Mount Bugak stands sentry behind Gwanghwamun.Intricate woodwork, lustrous neowa (shingles) and giwa (tiles) are characteristics of Korean imperial architecture.The throne room in Geunjeongjeon Hall was the seat of power in the Joseon dynasty.Gyeonghoeru Pavilion hosted royal banquets. 景福宫世界图书馆(World Library) -- ::3 来源: 世界图书馆(World Library)  I’m the designer of this library. There are ten bookcases in the library. There are a lot of books in the library. We can borrow books there.  We can keep the books three weeks. We can study there, too. I like this library very much.

  公园(Park) -- 1::5 来源: 公园(Park)-小学英语作文This is a beautiful park. In the afternoon , many children are playing . They are very happy.I can see some trees. They are big and tall. I can see some flowers . They are very beautiful . There are many butterflies on the flower .  I can see some birds in the sky . They are flying happily. Under the tree , two girls are playing hopscotch. Some boys are playing with a skipping –rope. The other two little girls are drawing a picture. ?I’m playing with the toy cars in front of the tree.It’s a beautiful afternoon.

  我的暑假My Summer Holiday -- :: 来源: My summer holiday begun on July 7th.I love summer holiday because I don't have to go to school and I can enjoy myself with my friends.I oftenspend themorningsdoing my homework.And I always watch TV in the afternoon at homebecause it's very hot outside.And in the evening,I go swimming with my family and thenhang out with my friends.I love swimming very much.我的暑假7月7日开始我喜欢暑假,因为我不用去学校,可以和朋友玩我经常在上午做作业,下午在家看电视,因为外面很热傍晚,我和家人去游泳然后和朋友去逛街我很喜欢游泳My plan August is travelling.I travel with my family every summer holiday.I like travelling because I can go to different places and meet different people.SometimesI make good friends during the journey.And it's very sad to say goodbye to them when the journey ends.我八月份的计划是去旅游我每个暑假都和家人去旅游我喜欢旅游是因为我可以去不同的地方认识不同的人有时候我在旅途中交到了好朋友旅途结束和他们告别的时候我觉得很难过。

  又是一个北京不眠夜-- :5: A:[Slow and tired]Hello.  [又慢有疲惫]你好  B:Wake up,Marco.  醒醒,Marco  A:Is this who I think it is?  我希望你是我想的那个人  B:[Surprised]Who do you think it is?  [惊奇]你以为我是谁啊?  A:Elvis Presley  猫王  B:He's dead.  他死了  A:So you can understand my surprise.Any idea what time is it?  所以你要理解我为什么惊奇啊知道几点了吗?  B:I know it's late. I'm sorry about that.  我知道很晚了不好意思  A:So what's shaking ,faggot?  出什么事儿了,笨蛋  B:I just can't sleep. I feel lonely. I picked up the receiver and I suddenly realized that I've got no one to talk to.  我只是睡不着我觉得孤单,我拿起电话却发现不知道该打给谁  A:Ooh!Another sleepless night in Beijing.  又是一个北京不眠夜  B:I used to fall fast asleep.But these nights are like lonely nights. I started to miss my family.  我以前睡的很快的可这几天特孤单,我想我家人了  A:Don't worry.You've got a good listener.  别担心,你现在有个好听众  B:Thanks.You know it's really weird.It's not like I have nobody. I have you and all the other good friends,and you are all very kind to me ever since I came to China.But I still feel lonely.  谢了,你知道这很奇怪不是我没朋友,我有你和其他的好朋友,可还是孤单  A:So what are you gonna do?  那你打算干点儿什么呢?  B:I don't know,Maybe I'll just watch a movie while drinking a beer.  不知道看看电影喝喝啤酒吧  A:Good you ,That'll distract you.  不错,可以分散精力  B;Is there a disco near here?Let's go dancing.  这附近有迪斯科吗?咱们跳舞去吧  A:Come on.Give me a break.This is not Canada.  让我松口气儿吧这不是加拿大  B:All right, I'm just a little uncomtable.  好吧我只是有点儿别扭  A:I underatand.Ok,Just relax and enjoy your beer and your movie.  我理解,那就好好喝你的啤酒看你的电影放松放松吧  B:Okay. I'll try.  我试试看吧  Attention Please…特别提醒  [你可以请外教反复帮你模仿训练下面句子词组的正宗美式发音  [1]Any idea what time it is?知道现在几点了吗?Any idea…是一个提问的高级短语,用它同样可以造出很多句子Ie:Any idea who's in the party?{知道派对上有谁吗?}Any idea where we're going?{知道我们要去哪吗?}  []What's shaking,faggot? What's shaking?和What's up?的意思差不多都表示怎么了只不过前者表示询问后者则是个问候用语是男同性恋者这里Marco和Drew开玩笑称他为faggot  [3]It's really weird. Weird是口语中的常用词与strange的用法一样都表示奇怪  Related Words…相关词汇  以下这些词汇并未给出汉语意思,你可以用我们学到的英语问问外教它们的意思  [ie:What does "***" mean? "***"是什么意思?]  night person whack I always enjoy company sleeping pills

  英剧《德伯家的苔丝经典台词(中英双语) -- :31:30 来源: 英剧《德伯家的苔丝经典台词1(中英双语)  A spoon, Mother?  这是个勺子 妈妈  With our crest, our old family crest!  这是家族盔饰 我们古老家族的盔饰  Knights of the Royal oak, do you see?  皇家橡树爵士 看见了吗  Is this why Father made such a moment of himself this afternoon?  爸爸下午就是因为这个才出洋相的吗  Partly, and partly on of his heart.  部分原因 部分是因为他的心脏Thus does agnosticism eat its own tail.  不可知论是自相矛盾的  In its godlessness and disorder  它认为有无上帝不可知 世界是无序的  it betrays the spiritual and moral vacuum  背叛了自由思想的核心  that lies at the heart of so-called free thinking.  显示了其精神和道德上的虚空  What is that dful music?  Some pagan ritual, I suppose.  我猜是什么异教的仪式  A human sacrifice perhaps.  或许是人祭仪式  Angel, what are you doing?  安琪尔 你要干嘛呀  Well, the ladies need partners  那些姑娘们需要舞伴  and I'm inclined to have a fling.  我去跟她们跳个舞  Who's coming with me?  谁要跟我一起去  Dancing with a troop of country hoydens?  和一群乡下姑娘跳舞  Suppose we should be seen!  被人看见也太丢脸了  Sometimes I think you're both made of stone.  有时候我真觉得你们太无趣了  But I haven't finished this chapter!  我这章还没读完呢  Tell me what happens! I'll be with you shortly.  读完了给我讲讲 我一会儿就回来  Where are your partners?  你们的舞伴呢  They're still at work, sir, but they'll be here soon.  他们还在干活呢 一会儿就到了  Will you dance with us, sir?  你要和我们跳舞吗 先生  What's one among so many?  可你们有这么多人  Well, then you must choose!  那你就选一个呀  May I?  可以吗  Angel, enough now!  安琪尔 差不多了  Come along, Angel.  走吧 安琪尔  It will be dark soon!  天快黑了  There you are!  你回来啦  Oh, Tess, such news, such wonderful news.  噢 苔丝 有个消息 有个好消息  We have been ignoble!  苦日子就要到头了  The Durbeyfields are the greatest gentlefolk in the county.  德北菲尔德是郡上血统最高贵的家族  We have monuments and vaults and crests and all...  我们有传家宝有祖坟还有盔饰  Look. Here. Here is the proof.  看 这就是据 德伯家的苔丝

  一个繁忙的星期天(a busy sunday) -- :: 来源: 一个繁忙的星期天(a busy sunday)  hi, i'm shao ying. i'm going to have a busy sunday.  in the morning, i'm going to the zoo by bike. i want to see the monkeys. then , i'm going to the bookstore. i'm going to buy a new english book. in the afternoon, i'm going to visit my grandparents with my mom.  it is far, so we are going by bus. in the evening, we are going to watch tv together.  how about you?

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