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29Hezekiah was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem twenty-nine years. His mother's name was Abijah daughter of Zechariah. 2He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord , just as his father David had done. 3In the first month of the first year of his reign, he opened the doors of the temple of the Lord and repaired them. 4He brought in the priests and the Levites, assembled them in the square on the east side 5and said: "Listen to me, Levites! Consecrate yourselves now and consecrate the temple of the Lord , the God of your fathers. Remove all defilement from the sanctuary. 6Our fathers were unfaithful; they did evil in the eyes of the Lord our God and forsook him. They turned their faces away from the Lord 's dwelling place and turned their backs on him. 7They also shut the doors of the portico and put out the lamps. They did not burn incense or present any burnt offerings at the sanctuary to the God of Israel. 8Therefore, the anger of the Lord has fallen on Judah and Jerusalem; he has made them an object of d and horror and scorn, as you can see with your own eyes. 9This is why our fathers have fallen by the sword and why our sons and daughters and our wives are in captivity. 10Now I intend to make a covenant with the Lord , the God of Israel, so that his fierce anger will turn away from us. 11My sons, do not be negligent now, for the Lord has chosen you to stand before him and serve him, to minister before him and to burn incense." 12Then these Levites set to work: from the Kohathites, Mahath son of Amasai and Joel son of Azariah; from the Merarites, Kish son of Abdi and Azariah son of Jehallelel; from the Gershonites, Joah son of Zimmah and Eden son of Joah; 13from the descendants of Elizaphan, Shimri and Jeiel; from the descendants of Asaph, Zechariah and Mattaniah; 14from the descendants of Heman, Jehiel and Shimei; from the descendants of Jeduthun, Shemaiah and Uzziel. 15When they had assembled their brothers and consecrated themselves, they went in to purify the temple of the Lord , as the king had ordered, following the word of the Lord . 16The priests went into the sanctuary of the Lord to purify it. They brought out to the courtyard of the Lord 's temple everything unclean that they found in the temple of the Lord . The Levites took it and carried it out to the Kidron Valley. 17They began the consecration on the first day of the first month, and by the eighth day of the month they reached the portico of the Lord . For eight more days they consecrated the temple of the Lord itself, finishing on the sixteenth day of the first month. 18Then they went in to King Hezekiah and reported: "We have purified the entire temple of the Lord , the altar of burnt offering with all its utensils, and the table for setting out the consecrated b, with all its articles. 19We have prepared and consecrated all the articles that King Ahaz removed in his unfaithfulness while he was king. They are now in front of the Lord 's altar." 20Early the next morning King Hezekiah gathered the city officials together and went up to the temple of the Lord . 21They brought seven bulls, seven rams, seven male lambs and seven male goats as a sin offering for the kingdom, for the sanctuary and for Judah. The king commanded the priests, the descendants of Aaron, to offer these on the altar of the Lord . 22So they slaughtered the bulls, and the priests took the blood and sprinkled it on the altar; next they slaughtered the rams and sprinkled their blood on the altar; then they slaughtered the lambs and sprinkled their blood on the altar. 23The goats for the sin offering were brought before the king and the assembly, and they laid their hands on them. 24The priests then slaughtered the goats and presented their blood on the altar for a sin offering to atone for all Israel, because the king had ordered the burnt offering and the sin offering for all Israel. 25He stationed the Levites in the temple of the Lord with cymbals, harps and lyres in the way prescribed by David and Gad the king's seer and Nathan the prophet; this was commanded by the Lord through his prophets. 26So the Levites stood y with David's instruments, and the priests with their trumpets. 27Hezekiah gave the order to sacrifice the burnt offering on the altar. As the offering began, singing to the Lord began also, accompanied by trumpets and the instruments of David king of Israel. 28The whole assembly bowed in worship, while the singers sang and the trumpeters played. All this continued until the sacrifice of the burnt offering was completed. 29When the offerings were finished, the king and everyone present with him knelt down and worshiped. 30King Hezekiah and his officials ordered the Levites to praise the Lord with the words of David and of Asaph the seer. So they sang praises with gladness and bowed their heads and worshiped. 31Then Hezekiah said, "You have now dedicated yourselves to the Lord . Come and bring sacrifices and thank offerings to the temple of the Lord ." So the assembly brought sacrifices and thank offerings, and all whose hearts were willing brought burnt offerings. 32The number of burnt offerings the assembly brought was seventy bulls, a hundred rams and two hundred male lambs-all of them for burnt offerings to the Lord . 33The animals consecrated as sacrifices amounted to six hundred bulls and three thousand sheep and goats. 34The priests, however, were too few to skin all the burnt offerings; so their kinsmen the Levites helped them until the task was finished and until other priests had been consecrated, for the Levites had been more conscientious in consecrating themselves than the priests had been. 35There were burnt offerings in abundance, together with the fat of the fellowship offerings and the drink offerings that accompanied the burnt offerings. So the service of the temple of the Lord was reestablished. 36Hezekiah and all the people rejoiced at what God had brought about for his people, because it was done so quickly. Article/200901/61346Doctors are cool. They spend all their day helping people and saving lives. There can’t be many better jobs in the world. I wanted to be a doctor when I was a kid but I was no good at science. I think doctors are among the most important people in society. They should get paid lots and lots of money. It’s not right that bankers get paid more. Doctors are really clever and very kind. They never seem to panic or get angry. Every time I’ve seen a doctor, he or she has always made me feel better – not just because of their treatment, but also because of their kindness. It must be amazing being a doctor and knowing all kinds of stuff about the human body. It would be pretty useful being a doctor because then you’d know what was wrong with your own body. Article/201104/131966A 70-foot fishing boat, the SharkCatcher, sank 5 miles from shore today in the Pacific at about 4:30 p.m. The boat was returning from a successful one-day trip. There were 17 anglers aboard and 4 crew members. There were also about 100 freshly caught tuna, salmon, and mackerel aboard. Some of them may have also survived the sinking.Luckily, the SharkCatcher started sinking when it was only a quarter mile from another fishing boat, the TunaTaker, which was also returning from a day trip. The two captains, Moe and Curly, had been talking to each other over the radio while headed back to their landing in Santa Barbara. They were comparing notes: who had caught what, how much, and where.During their conversation, Moe heard what sounded like an explosion. He told Curly to hold on a minute. Moe’s crew discovered a hole in the hull that was too big for plugs or pumps. Moe told Curly he needed his help. Moe then told all the passengers to don their lifejackets and abandon the boat.“This is the second boat that I've lost,” said Moe. “The good thing, of course, is that I’ve never lost any paying customers.”Curly, captain of the rescue boat, said, “We were lucky that it was a clear, calm day. We pulled a lot of people out of the water, but it went very smoothly. I think the Coast Guard will be proud of us.” Article/201107/14340713第13章After the wedding a large number of our friends came to a party at our house. When the party had started,Elizabeth and I said goodbye and left for our honeymoon.We travelled first by boat, and planned to spend the night at a hotel on the other side of the lake. The mountains and the lake were calm and beautiful,and at last Elizabeth and I were together.For the first time for months, and for the last time ever,I enjoyed the feeling of happiness.婚礼之后我们的大批朋友都来我们家聚会。聚会开始后,我和伊丽莎白向他们道了别并离开度蜜月去了。我们首先乘船旅行,并计划晚上在湖对岸的一家旅馆过夜。群山和湖泊宁静而美丽,我和伊丽莎白终于结合在了一起。我几个月来第一次、也是最后一次享受到了幸福的感觉。In the evening the wind became stronger and soon a great storm broke above us.Every noise frightened me,and I kept my hand on my gun under my coat.I saw the monster in every shadow.Suddenly I realized how terrible the fight would be for Elizabeth.I asked her to go to bed and I decided to search for the monster.I planned to join her when I was sure he was not in or around the hotel.傍晚风刮得更猛了,不久还来了一场大的暴风雨。每一个声响都让我恐惧,我一直把手放在外套下面的上。我在每个阴暗处都看到了那个怪物。突然间我意识到这场搏斗对于伊丽莎白来说将会是多么恐怖。我让她上床睡觉而我则决定去寻找那个怪物。我打算在确信怪物不在旅馆及其附近后再回到伊丽莎白身边。Elizabeth left me and I searched every corner of the hotel—every dark doorway and staircase.I could not find him,and I began to hope that he had not followed us to the hotel.But suddenly,I heard a loud and terrible scream.伊丽莎白离开了我,我搜寻了旅馆里的每一个角落——每一个黑暗的门厅和楼梯。我没能找到他,于是便开始希望他并没有随我们到旅馆来。但是突然间我听到了一声可怕的尖叫。It came from our room.那是从我们的房间里传出来的。Then—too late—I understood.The monster had promised to be with me on my wedding night,but he had not planned to kill me.于是我明白过来了——但已经是太晚了。怪物曾许诺要在我的新婚之夜跟着我的,但他并未打算要杀了我。The scream came again,and I ran to our room.Why did I not die there and then?尖叫声又一次传来,我于是跑到了我们的房间。我为什么没有在当时当地便死去呢? /201205/184152

Milton Berle was "Mister Television" to the Millions of Americans Who Watched HimVOICE ONE:I'm Mary Tillotson.VOICE TWO: Milton Berle And I'm Doug Johnson with the VOA Special English program PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Today, we tell the story of Milton Berle. He was famous for his funny programs in the early years of American television. To many Americans, he was known simply as Mister Television.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Milton Berle performed in theaters, on radio and in movies. Yet he is best known as a television performer. He began working in television in nineteen forty-eight. At the time, television was so new that few people could receive it. Milton Berle's weekly program was so popular that it may have influenced many Americans to buy their first television. Years ago, Americans who did not own a television often went to the home of someone who did to watch his shows. Many others watched it in stores that sold televisions. Milton Berle became so famous that some Americans considered him as part of their family. He was often called Uncle Milty. Like a family member, he was loved when his jokes were funny and even when they were not. VOICE TWO:He was born in New York City on July twelfth, nineteen-oh-eight. His parents, Moses Berlinger and the former Sarah Glantz, were Jews. They named him Mendel Berlinger. He was one of five children. One day, Mendel put on some of his parents' old clothes. All the adults who saw him said he looked like a small version of the film actor Charlie Chaplin. So, at the age of five years, he entered -- and won -- a local Chaplin look-alike competition. He became a child actor a short time later. In nineteen fourteen, he appeared in his first film, "The Perils of Pauline." He was just six years old. The same year, he appeared with Charlie Chaplin in another movie. VOICE ONE:Mendel was given a chance to join a vaudeville act. Vaudeville was the most popular form of show business in the ed States in the early nineteen hundreds. Vaudeville shows presented short plays, singers, comedians who told jokes, and other acts. Sarah Berlinger supervised her boy's rise in show business. She pushed him to be a success. Missus Berlinger attended all of her son's performances. (SOUND: Milton Berle)"I reached millions of people, who fortunately couldn't reach me. There was one laugh that projected out of the top of them all. That was my mother. And, if people didn't laugh that sat next to her, she used to shove them with the arm and say, 'Laugh it up. That's my son.'"VOICE TWO:In nineteen twenty -- at the age of twelve – Mendel first appeared in a show on Broadway in New York City. He formed a vaudeville act with a girl named Elizabeth Kennedy. Later, he formed his own group. As the years passed, his act improved and he worked as a single performer. By the age of sixteen, he was forced to make changes. He had grown too tall to be a child actor. Mendel Berlinger changed his name to Milton Berle. He began performing at New York's famous Palace Theater in nineteen thirty-one. He was twenty-three years old. Later, he appeared in several Broadway shows, including "Ziegfeld Follies."VOICE ONE:Early in his adult life, Milton Berle was moderately successful in movies and on radio. He was better known as a comedian who told jokes in nightclub shows for adults. He was reported to be one of the best-paid performers in the country. Yet, Berle did not become truly famous until he appeared on the "Texaco Star Theater" television program in June, nineteen forty-eight. Three months later, the Texaco Company offered him a permanent position with the program. The "Texaco Star Theater" opened with four men who looked like gasoline station employees. They sang a song that the company used to sell its oil and gasoline products. (MUSIC:Texaco Theme)"Oh, we're the men of Texaco. We work from Maine to Mexico. There's nothing like this Texaco of ours. Our show tonight is powerful. We'll wow you with an hour-full of howls from a showerful of stars. We're the merry Texaco men. Tonight we may be showmen. Tomorrow, we'll be servicing your cars…"VOICE TWO:Milton Berle was a performer who won the love of a crowd by not being lovable. He developed a show business personality that was funny, yet not always pleasant. He acted aggressive, and often appeared to be selfish or uncivilized. Sometimes, he greeted people with the saying, "Good evening, ladies and germs."Milton Berle dressed in "drag" One thing that made Berle's television shows popular was the way he appeared. He knew how to use funny movements and clothing to make people laugh. He would do anything for a laugh. He sometimes wore women's clothing and beauty products. In one show, he explained that he had just paid his taxes. He wore only an empty wooden container, which suggested that the government had taken everything, including his clothes. VOICE ONE:Other comedians accused Berle of stealing their jokes. Yet many of the best-known performers in the ed States appeared on the "Texaco Star Theater." Like any vaudeville show, his program also offered a mix of singers, dancers and animal acts. One Tuesday night, trained elephants appeared on the program. The animals left large droppings on the floor. This was a big surprise to the next act -- a group of dancers. Berle's programs were filled with lots of energy, as we hear in this example. (SOUND: Texaco Star Theater)TEXACO MEN:"And now ladies and gentlemen, introducing America's number one television star, who gets his nose into everybody's act, your Cyrano de Bergerac, Milton Berle…"BERLE:"Good evening, ladies and gentlemen…" (laughing) "Don't laugh, lady. You and I go to the same plastic surgeon…" (laughing) "That's your own nose. I like it. It's my basketball nose. I just had it fixed…"VOICE TWO:Milton Berle had a weekly television series from the late nineteen forties into the middle of the nineteen fifties. More than one hundred shows competed on other networks against his program. They all failed. During one period, four of five Americans who watched television on Tuesday nights watched the program.In nineteen fifty-one, Berle signed a long-term agreement with N, the network that provided his program to television stations across the country. Under the agreement, N agreed to pay him two hundred thousand dollars a year for thirty years, even if he did not work. VOICE ONE:Berle was tired from performing countless shows. So he demanded the right to take a rest from the program one week in every month. He later said that decision proved to be a mistake. The program began to lose its popularity. The taste of the American public was changing, and new funny acts were developing. The program also lost popularity when an opposing network added a series of religious talks. Berle left weekly television in nineteen fifty-six. In the late nineteen fifties, he appeared in a few N shows, but then the work seemed to stop. VOICE TWO:Berle returned to his roots as a comedian who told jokes, mainly at nightclub shows. He appeared in plays and movies. They included, "Let's Make Love," "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," and "Broadway Danny Rose." He also made appearances on television.Milton Berle was known for his work with non-profit groups. He performed for soldiers during World War Two. He appeared in thousands of shows that helped to raise money for different kinds of organizations. In nineteen forty-nine, he helped to organize a television show for the Damon Runyon Memorial Cancer Fund. It may have been the first time that television was used to raise money for a non-profit group. Berle was married two times to a showgirl named Joyce Matthews. Each time, they agreed to end their marriage. Later, he was married more than thirty-five years to another woman, Joyce Cosgrove. After she died in nineteen eighty-nine, he married Lorna Adams.VOICE ONE:For many years, Milton Berle remained a funnyman loved by Americans. He produced projects for several media, and collected awards for his work in television. The Television Academy Hall of Fame added him as one of its members. The story of his life led to the nineteen ninety-two film, "Mister Saturday Night." He also wrote books of jokes and his memories. Milton Berle had colon cancer. He died at his Los Angeles home on March twenty-seventh, two thousand two. He was ninety-three years old. He had spent more than eighty-five years making people laugh. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written and produced by George Grow. I'm Doug Johnson.VOICE ONE:And I'm Mary Tillotson. Join us again next week for another PEOPLE IN AMERICA program on the Voice of America. 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Jackie#39;s face went white.It#39;s not true!What about Diane?You found the empty bottle in her bag!#39;杰基的脸变白了。;这不是真的!黛安娜呢?你们在她包里发现了空瓶子!;Diane stood up.#39;In my bag?Jackie!What are you talking about?#39;黛安娜站起来。;在我包里?杰基!你在说什么?;#39;Be quiet,please,and sit down,#39;Inspector Walsh said.He looked at Jackie.#39;It#39;s true:we found the bottle in Diane#39;s bag.But how do you know that?We didn#39;t tell you.#39;;请安静,坐下,;沃尔什探长说,看着杰基。;没错,我们在黛安娜的包里发现了瓶子。可你怎么知道的?我们并没有告诉你。;#39;You did;before;you told me before!#39;;你们告诉了;;先前;;你们先前告诉了我!;#39;No.We found the empty bottle in Diane#39;s room.We told you that.You talked about Diane#39;s bag;we didn#39;t tell you.Sergeant foster wrote it all down.#39;Inspector Walsh looked carefully at Jackie.#39;A long time ago,you knew Tom Briggs.He was the gardener here and you loved him.But your mother didn#39;t like him.#39;;没有。我们在黛安娜的房间发现了空瓶,我们告诉了你这事。你说的是黛安娜的包,我们没有告诉你。福斯特警官记下来了。;沃尔什探长仔细看着杰基。;很久以前,你认识了汤姆;布里格斯,他是这儿的园丁,你爱上了他,可你的母亲不喜欢他。;Jackie put her hands to her head.#39;No!No!#39;杰基把手放在头上。;不!不!;#39;We found your picture-an old one-in Mr Briggs#39;house.You were younger then,and your hair was long.Last year Tom Briggs came back,and you wanted him.He loved you,too,but he had no money.;我发现你的相片;;一张旧的;;在布里格斯家里。你比现在年青,头发长长的。去年汤姆;布里格斯回来了,你想得到他,他也爱你,可他没有钱。 Article/201203/175087

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