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8.The morning sea of silence broke into ripples of bird songs;8.清晨的静海,漾起鸟语的微波;and the flowers were all merry by the roadside;路旁的繁花,争妍斗艳;and the wealth of gold was scattered through the rift of the clouds while we busily went on our way and paid no heed.在我们匆忙赶路无心理睬的时候,云隙中散射出灿烂的金光We sang no glad songs nor played; we went not to the village barter;我们不唱欢歌,也不嬉游;我们也不到村集中去交易;we spoke not a word nor smiled; we lingered not on the way.我们一语不发,也不微笑;我们不在路上留连We quickened our pave more and more as the time sped by.时间流逝,我们也加速了脚步The sun rose to the mid sky and doves cooed in the shade.太阳升到中天,鸽子在凉阴中叫唤Withered leaves danced and whirled in the hot air of noon.枯叶在正午的炎风中飞舞The shepherd boy drowsed and dreamed in the shadow of the banyan tree,牧童在榕树下做他的倦梦,and I laid myself down by the water and stretched my tired limbs on the grass.我在水边卧下,在草地上展布我困乏的四肢My companions laughed at me in scorn; they held their heads high and hurried on;我的同伴们嘲笑我;他们抬头疾走;they never looked back nor rested; they vanished in the distant blue haze.他们不回顾也不休息;他们消失在远远的碧霭之中They crossed many meadows and hills, and passed through strange, far-away countries.他们穿过许多山林,经过生疏遥远的地方All honour to you, heroic host of the interminable path!长途上的英雄队伍呵,光荣是属于你们的!Mockery and reproach pricked me to rise, but found no response in me.讥笑和责备要促我起立,但我却没有反应I gave myself up lost in the depth of a glad humiliation---in the shadow of a dim delight.我甘心没落在乐受的耻辱的深处--在模糊的快乐阴影之中The repose of the sun-embroidered green gloom slowly sp over my heart.阳光织成的绿荫的幽静,慢慢地笼罩着我的心I got what I had travelled, and I surrendered my mind without struggle to the maze of shadows and songs.我忘记了旅行的目的,我无抵抗地把我的心灵交给阴影与歌曲的迷宫At last, when I woke from my slumber and opened my eyes, I saw thee standing by me, flooding my sleep with thy smile.最后,我从沉睡中睁开眼,我看见你站在我身旁,我的睡眠沐浴在你的微笑之中How I had feared that the path was long and wearisome, and the struggle to reach thee was hard!我从前是如何地惧怕,怕这道路的遥远困难,到你面前的努力是多么艰苦呵! 63

一种弱读形式I have to go out.I’ve told him to keep away from you.They’d like to go.She walks to school.He wants to eat now. 73

About Alzheimer Disease关于阿尔茨海默氏病Dementia is a brain disorder that seriously affects a person ability to carry out daily activities.痴呆是一种大脑功能性失调,严重时会影响一个人的日常生活能力The most common m of dementia among older people is Alzheimer disease (AD),which involves the parts of the brain that control thought, memory, and language.老年人最常见的痴呆病是阿尔茨海默病(AD),它牵扯到大脑中管理思想,记忆和语言的部位Scientists think that as many as .5 million Americans suffer from AD.科学家认为有50万美国人患有这种痴呆病The disease usually begins after age 60, and risk goes up with age.该病一般发病于60岁之后,发病的风险也会随着年龄的增加而增加AD is named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a German doctor. In 19,该病用一个德国医生,阿尔茨海默医生的名字来命名19年,Dr. Alzheimer noticed changes in the brain tissue of a woman who had died of an unusual mental illness.阿尔茨海默发现了一位死于不常见精神病的女患者的脑组织发生变化He found abnormal clumps. Scientists also have found other brain changes in people with AD.他发现了异常凝结科学家还发现了患有该病的患者脑部的变化Nerve cells die in areas of the brain that are vital to memory and other mental abilities.大脑中与和其他心理能力有关的部位里的神经细胞都死了Scientists do not yet fully understand what causes AD.科学家还不能全面解释导致这种痴呆症的原因Age is the most important known risk factor AD. Family history is another risk factor.年龄是造成阿尔茨海默病最重要的一个已知因素Scientists believe that genetics may play a role in many AD cases.研究者认为遗传可能是导致该病的一大原因Scientists still need to learn more about what causes AD. In addition to genetics, they are studying education, diet, and environment to learn what role they might play in the development of this disease.科学家仍然需要懂得更多关于导致该病的原因再者,在遗传学的角度上,他们正研究着教育、饮食和环境对于该病发生过程中的所能引起的影响 966

  Lession30Special announcement Mr. Valans. Would Mr. Valans, passenger on Pan Am Flight Number 35 to New York, please contact the Pan Am transfer desk immediately. Mr. Valans to contact the Pan Am transfer desk immediately, please. This is a security announcement. Passengers are reminded not to leave their baggage unattended at any time. Passengers must not leave their baggage unattended. Unattended bags will be removed immediately by the police. Kenya Airways to Rome and Nairobi, Flight Number 5, boarding now Gate Number . Kenya Airways, Gate Number . Your attention please. Olympic Airways Flight Number 563 to Athens boarding now at Gate Number 31. Olympic Airways to Athens, Gate Number 31. Would passenger Aldo Betini, who arrived from Rome, please go to the meeting point. Aldo Betini to the meeting point, please. BA wish to apologise the delay of their Flight Number 5 to New York. This is due to the late positioning of the aircraft to the stand. Assistant: Good morning, sir. Man: Good morning. I wonder if you can help. I've lost my coat. Assistant: Where did you lose it, sir? Man: Er ... I left it on the ... um ... underground yesterday morning. Assistant: Can you describe it? Man: Well, it's a full-length brown overcoat with a check pattern on it. It's got a wide belt, and one of those thick furry collars that keep your ears warm. It's a very nice coat, actually. Assistant: Hmm. I'm afraid we haven't got anything like that, sir. Sorry. Man: Well, to tell you the truth, I lost another coat last week. On the bus. It's a three-quarter length coat—it's grey, with big black buttons and a black belt. Assistant: Sorry, sir. Nothing like that. Man: Hmm. And then only this morning I left my white raincoat in a park. It's got a silk lining ... Assistant: Look, sir. I'm a busy woman. If you really need a coat so badly, there's a very good second-hand clothes shop just round the corner ... Doctor: Well, how's the patient this morning? Nurse: He appears to have had a very restless night. Doctor: Oh. Was he in very severe pain? Nurse: Yes. I'm afraid he was, doctor. Doctor: Hmm. In that case, I think we'd better increase his dosage of diamorphine. Nurse: Yes, doctor. By how much? Doctor: Let's see. How much is he on at the moment? Nurse: Five milligrammes. Doctor: Hmm. Increase it to fifty. Nurse: Fifty? All at once? Doctor: Yes, that's what I said, nurse. Nurse: But that's an increase of ty-five milligrammes. Doctor: I'm quite aware of that. However, when I operated on the patient yesterday, I found his abdomen was riddled with carcinoma. I'm sure you realize what that means. Nurse: Yes, I do, doctor. But I still don't feel I can accept responsibility administering such an increase. Doctor: Can't you? What exactly do you suggest, then? Nurse: That if you're convinced it's the right thing to do, you ought to administer the injection yourself. Doctor: Hmm. I see what you mean. Very well, I will. 3

  It was o’clock in the morning when my wife woke me up. She is eight-and-a-half months pregnant and she told me that her water had broken. She said that she was having contractions and she was sure that she was in labor. I paged our doctor and drove to the hospital. When we arrived, we went straight to the maternity ward. I went to the reception desk, and told the clerk that my wife was in labor and needed to be admitted right away. The nurse asked me my insurance card and gave me three ms to fill out. She said that someone would take my wife into the birthing suite soon. The doctor arrived and she examined my wife. She told us that this wasn’t false labor and that my wife was pretty far along. After a lot of pushing, the baby came out head first, not breech, and it was healthy. I was so relieved I couldn’t stop hugging my wife. Then, I hugged the doctor, and the nurse, and the janitor! 8801。

  

  The monks were not restricted to only brewing the beer, and consumption of it within the monasteries reached astonishing levels. One report from Belgium said that monks were drinking as much as five liters a day. Monastery breweries in Europe also ran their own pubs and enjoyed a tax-free status that came to be resented by the growing merchant class. 僧侣们不只局限在酿造啤酒,而且还在修道院中大量饮用啤酒,消耗量实在惊人一份来自比利时的报告指出,僧侣们每天喝五升多的啤酒欧洲修道院的酿酒厂也经营自己的酒吧,并享有免税的优惠,此项优待引起正在兴起的商人阶级的不满 19Is This the Death of Telephone?固定电话的消亡The demise of the landline has gone almost unnoticed.固定电话的消亡几乎是无声无息的After all, the din of mundane phone chatter is all around us-on the bus, at the next table in a restaurant.毕竟,我们身边仍然充斥着日常电话聊天的嘈杂声-无论是在公交车上,还是在餐馆的邻桌处What difference does it make whether the cables lie underground or not?电话线是否埋在地下对我我们来说又有什么区别呢?A lot, actually.实际上,有很大区别The death of the landline is a cultural shift that affects our personal and public lives.固定电话的消亡是一场影响着我们个人和公共生活的文化变革It has freed us from our groupings-in the office,where email has disconnected us from what the people who sit three feet away do all day,and even more significantly, at home.它将我们从群体中分解出来-在办公室,电子邮件切断了距离仅咫尺之遥的同事间的交流;但更为显著的是它对家庭的影响In any household in the days bee mobiles took over,the landline served as a switchboard everyone connections outside the home.在手机一统天下之前,固定电话是家庭成员与外界交流的中转站The phone rang, you answered it,you asked who was calling,and then you passed the phone over.铃声响起,你拿起电话,询问是谁,然后将话筒递给对方要找的人Everyone knew who called you, and how long you spoke .每个人都会知道谁找了你,你们聊了多久Within families, couples, flatmates,it was a kind of invisible knowledge map about the state of everyone romantic and social lives,and one we took granted.家人,夫妻和室友间存在着一张刻画每个人的恋爱和社交生活的隐形认知地图,我们曾经认为这一切都是理所当然的Now, we are all freelance operatives.而如今我们都变成了独立的操作员And devoted though we are to our mobiles,most of the time we arent talking but typing.尽管我们钟情于手机,但大部分时间我们并不是在用它聊天,而是在打字Comic Relief this year heavily promoted the option to donate by text,to save you having to actually speak to anyone.慈善机构Comic Relief今年大力推广短信捐款,使你无须跟任何人交谈Office culture has become increasingly silent.办公室文化变得愈发安静As someone who learned how to do my job as a junior by listening to people around me-editors commissioning, writers interviewing-I wonder how today young people learn the ropes.在我刚入行时,我是通过聆听周围人来学会如果工作的-编辑怎样分派任务,撰稿人怎样采访对象-这让我不禁好奇,现在的年轻人是怎样学会这些技巧的Now that the corner office is as retrospective as Mad Men,open-plan culture demands a level of quiet.既然位于角落的豪华办公室意见是属于《广告狂人那个时代的古董了,开放的办公隔间确实需要一定程度的安静But it odd, on a personal as well as a professional level.但不论从哪个角度还是专业角度来说,这种安静都是古怪的When I started work,you knew everything about the person who sat next to you,because they had no choice but to conduct their relationships with their lover,their mother, their bank manager from their desk phone,while you had no choice but to pretend not to listen.在我刚开始工作的年代,你会了解坐在你旁边的同事的一切因为他们不得不使用桌上的固定电话打给自己的请人,妈妈和经理,而你也不得不假装什么都没听到These days, all you overhear is the clatter of typing,the lull while they wait a response,and then the rapt concentration when the emailed reply appears.如今,你无意中听到的只有键盘的敲击声,他们等待回复时的沉寂,以及收到邮件回复时的专注 66The British propensity non-deference militates against special treatment to anyone, unless of course youre the official underdog. ;The last shall be first; is a biblical theme which could just as easily have been written by a British attitudes and motivation committee. We really cant cope when it turns out that ;the first shall be first.;I suppose a healthy society wrestles with the tensions between hero worship and indifference. We take them seriously enough to pay small tunes to see our heroes perm. And we take ourselves serious enough to make sure they remain able. It like the biblical idea of the priesthood of all believers adapted our social idiom. Were always OK with a few high priests as long as all of us are allowed to be priests. Honouring authority, respecting and praying powerful leaders with the power of life and death was integral to a biblical response to the privileged. But so also was self-effacing humility. If youre attending a special event, said the apostle James, dont stroll up to the top table. Wait until youre invited. I live within a stone throw from the Olympic site so Ill have to spend some eft in avoiding a fine. But even so I hope I can watch Usain Bolt being driven past me in the Olympic Lane and still cheer him on when he reaches the track.英国人天生不愿从的习性使任何人都很难享受特殊待遇,当然,除非你是公认的弱势群体“排在最后的应优先考虑”这一引自圣经的主题可由英国人民对待事情态度和行为动机轻易的描写出来当发现“排在首位的应优先考虑”时,我们实在是难以接受我认为一个健康的社会应该努力解决个人崇拜和漠不关心的态度之间的紧张关系我们足够重视运动员,花钱去看我们的英雄在场上的表现而且我们也足够重视自己,去确保他们仍负有责任这就像圣经传达的思想,所有信徒的神职必须适应我们社会的特色只要人人都能成为神父,我们对有几位主教是没有异议的崇尚权力,尊重掌握生杀大权的领导人并为他们祈祷是圣经讲述的如何对待有特权的人的基本要素但这同样也是谦逊的表现使徒雅各说,如果你出席一个特别的场合,不要闲庭信步地坐上首席你必须等待他人的邀请我家和奥运场地离得很近,我得费点周折去避免罚款即使如此,我仍希望我可以在奥运通道上看到尤塞恩#86;尔特坐着车从我身边经过,可以在他走上跑道时为他欢呼 65596

  

  

  Heather: What’s the matter? You look terrible.Paul: Haven’t you seen the paper? The stock market went down a lot yesterday. The NASDAQ is down 0 points and the Dow is down 30! My portfolio is in big trouble.Heather: I knew you had some stock options in this company, but I didn’t know you were so heavily invested in the market.Paul: I’m invested in the bond market, in derivatives, and I have shares in a lot of companies that took a nosedive yesterday.Heather: I’m sure you have a good stockbroker who has made sure that your portfolio is diversified and you have different kinds of securities.Paul: That’s my problem. I don’t have a stockbroker. I decided to invest on my own and to go less secure stocks hoping a better return. I thought I could tell the difference between a bear and a bull market as well as the brokers. I guess I was wrong.Heather: The drop in stock prices won’t last. I’m sure the market will rebound. Just don’t panic and sell everything. The old saying, “buy low, sell high,” is still a good idea, I think.Paul: I know, I know. I won’t do anything stupid— that is, I won’t do anything even more stupid. I’ll wait to see what happens bee taking any action.Heather: That’s a good idea. Come on. I’ll buy you lunch.Paul: Thanks. Now that I’m poor, I won’t say ‘no’ to your charity. 78。

  An Identity of One Own活出个性In the eternal universe,在茫茫宇宙间,every human being has a one-off chance to live每个人都有一次生存的机会,his existence is unique and irretrievable,都是一个独一无二,不可重复的个体 the mold with which he was made, as Rousseau said,正像卢梭说的,属于你的那个特定的模子was broken by god immediately afterwards.把你造出来后,就被打碎了Fame,wealth and knowledge are merely worldly possessions名声,财产,知识只是身外之物,that are within the reach of anybody striving them.人人都可求而得之But your experience of and feelings about life are your own但没有人能够代替你感受人生and not to be shared也没有人可以分享No one can live your life over again after your death.你死之后,没有人能够代替你再活一次A full awareness of this will point out to you如果你真正意识到这一点,你就会明白that the most important thing in your existence活在世上,最重要的事情是is your distinctive individuality or something special of yours.活出你自己的特色和个性来What really counts is not your worldly success你的人生是否有意义,衡量的标准不是外在的成功,but your peculiar insight into the meaning of life而是你对人生意义的独特领悟and your commitment to it,和坚守,which add luster to your personality.从而使你自己闪放出个性的光华It is not easy to be what one really is.真正成为自己不是一件容易的事There is many a person in the world who can be identi- fied as anything世上有许多人,你说他们什么都行,either his job,his status or his social role例如一种职业,一个身份,一个角色,that shows no trace about his individuality.唯独不是他自己It does do him justice to say that he has no identity of his own,那么,说他不是他自己一点儿也没有冤枉他if he doesnt know his own mind如果他不知道自己的思想and all his things are either arranged by others or done on others suggestions;总是着别人的意见生活,if his life,always occupied by external things,总是为外在事务忙碌,is completely void of an inner world.没有自己的内心生活You wont be able to find anything whatever,你在其中已经找不到丝毫东西from head to heart, that truly belongs to him.真正属于他自己了,从他的头脑到他的心灵He is, indeed, no more than a shadow cast by somebody else因为确确实实,他只是别人的一个影子or a machine capable of doing business.和一台做事的机器罢了

  Schools学校September is traditionally the end of summer and the beginning of autumn in the UK.传统来讲,9月是夏末秋初的月份,It is also the month when children go back to school after their long summer holidays,也是孩子们在结束漫长的暑假后回到学校的月份but what do you actually know about British schools?但是,你实际上又对英国的学校了解多少呢?There are two types of school in England.在英格兰有两种类型的学校State-run schools are paid by the government,so are free to attend.公立学校由政府付费用,上学是免费的Independent Schools are private,which means you have to pay to attend.私立学校则是私人性质的,进这样的学校就意味着你要自己交钱上学了The school day usually starts at 9 in the morning and finishes around , with breaks lunch of course!学校一般早上9点开始上课,下午点左右放学,当然中间有午餐小息In many schools, you have to wear a unim too.许多学校还会要求学生穿校Children start school when they are 5 years old.孩子到了5岁,就要开始上小学了This is called primary school, and lasts until the child is when he or she will go on to senior school.小学要一直上到岁,那时候孩子就要进入大龄儿童学校学习了Secondary school is compulsory from until years of age.中学的教育是义务教育,面向-岁的青少年At , students take national examinations called GCSE.岁时,学生要参加全国统一考试,称为“普通中等教育书”考试After this, students can stay on that school another years and take A Level examinations.通过该考试以后,他们就可以在学校再学习两年,然后参加中学高级水平考试These examinations are necessary if they want to go on to university at 18.如果学生想在18岁上大学,那么他们必须通过这些考试Some universities start in September,but others begin in October.一些大学在9月份开学,但也有在月份开学的Courses normally last 3 years,but some, such as languages, engineering or medicine,can take much longer to complete.一般3年就可以学完课程,但像语言类,工程类或者医学类这样的学科则要花更长的时间才能修完Students usually go to university in a different town,so need to get used to living alone,paying bills and washing their own clothes!通常,学生们上的大学都在另外一个城镇,他们要习惯独自生活,付账单和自己洗衣! many, this is a difficult time,but everyone soon becomes used to it!对于很多学生来讲这都是不容易的事情,但是每个人很快就习惯了!Universities in Britain used to be free,but many students now have to pay part of their course.英国的大学以前是免费的,但是现在,许多学生都必须付课程的部分费用了Similarly, students used to receive a grant—money from the government in order to live.同样地,学生以前也会有助学金-来自政府的生活补贴Nowadays, they have to borrow money from banks or the government, called a student loan,or take part-time jobs.而现在,他们不得不向或者政府借钱,这就是所谓的学生贷款;或者去做兼职Either way, it can be difficult and many students have money problems.不管哪一种方式都很困难,很多学生都存在经济上的问题School and university life are not just about studying, however.然而,学校和大学生里的生活并不仅仅是学习Many students take part in drama productions or play music.许多学生会参加戏剧创作或者去搞音乐Others, of course, take part in a wide range of sports,such as football, rugby and cricket.当然,其他的人也会参加各种各样的体育活动,比如足球,橄榄球和板球Many of the friends British people make at school and university remain friends life,英国人在学校或大学里交到的很多朋友都会维系一生so it seems true to say that your schooldays really are ;the best days of your life.;所以,校园生活是一生中最棒的日子这种说法似乎不无道理 5833

  The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but what they miss.生活的悲剧不在于人们受到多少苦,而在于人们错过了什么Thomas Carlyle, Scottish satirical writer托马斯·卡莱尔,苏格兰讽刺作家Histories make men wise; poems witty;历史使人明智;诗词使人灵秀;the mathematics subtle; natural philosophy deep;数学使人周密;自然哲学使人深刻;moral grave; logic and rhetoric able to contend.伦理使人庄重;逻辑修辞使人善辩Francis Bacon, English philosopher弗朗西斯·培根,英国哲学家Life is measured by thought and action, not by time.衡量生命的尺度是思想和行为,而不是时间John Lubbock, English polymath约翰·卢伯克,英国学家Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value.不要为成功而努力,要为做一个有价值的人而努力Albert Einstein,American physicist阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦,美国物理学家Our greatest glory consists not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.我们最值得自豪的不在于从不跌倒,而在于每次跌倒之后都爬起来Oliver Goldsmith, Irish writer奥利弗·哥尔德史密斯,爱尔兰作家 8898

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