陈家祠英语导游词 --01 :37:33 来源： The Chen Family Temple陈家祠 【Introduction】 The Chen Family Temple was an ancestral[?n’sestr?l]adj.祖先的, temple of the Chen families in Guangdong Province. As a Chinese saying goes, “people of the same surname were in the same Family 500 hundred years ago.” This adage [’?d?d?]n.谚语,格言is known to all in China and is certainly true as applied to适用于the fact that people of the Chen families in the 7 counties of Guangdong Province jointly共同地,联合地 built this temple, in 189 in the present –day Zhongshan Qi Road, as a place of their clannish 自成一帮的activities on special occasions as well as a shrine offering sacrifices[’s?krifais]n.牺牲, 舍身；献祭, 供奉；祭 to their common ancestors[’?nsist?]n.祖先, 祖宗. Otherwise called Chen Clan[kl?n]n.宗族, 家族; 氏族 Academy[?’k?d?mi]n.专科学校, it was also a school children of the Chen families. In 1959, it was converted[k?n’v?:t]vt. vi.(使)转变, into the Guangdong Folk Art Museum, the temple structure itself is a comprehensive[,k?mpri’hensiv]adj.广泛的, 综合的 expression of the exquisite[’ekskwizit] adj.精致的, 精美的 Guangdong folk arts and crafts.工艺 Covering a ground space of ,000 square meters, with a floor space of 6,00 square meters, the temple is built in the traditional Chinese architectural [ɑ:k?tektr?l] 建筑学的;建筑上的 style. It is laid out in a symmetrical [s?’metr?k?l]adj.对称的;匀称的 way, with the longitudinal [l?nd?i’tju:dinl]adj.经度的,纵向central line as the axis[’?ksis]n.轴；轴线, 中心线 and the structures on one side corresponding 符合的, 一致的 exactly with those on the other. Its wide-open main halls and the lattice-walled格子框架wing-rooms are interspaced 留…的间隔,留空隙的by courtyards 庭院，院子and connected with corridors, and huge suspended悬浮的 or floor screens as well as solid brick walls are used as partitions[pɑ:’tin]n.分开, 分割；分割物, 隔墙 between halls and courtyards and between rooms; thus creating an artistic effect of being structurally compact but appearing spacious[’speis]adj.宽敞的 and magnificent, and producing a contrasting对比的 effect of the big with the small, the high with the low, the open with the hidden and the true with the false. Another feature of the temple structure is that all the houses are gable[’ɡeibl]n.尖顶屋两端的山形墙 roofed, with two slopes[sl?up]n.斜坡, 斜面to drain away使流走（双檐滴水） the rainwater, which is the traditional style of roof structure corresponding to相当于..., 与...相一致houses the people in old China and to temple buildings of this kind. In the feudal society [’fju:dl]adj.封建的社会of old China, a strict hierarchy[’hai?rɑ:ki]n.等级制度was med. Under this social estate [is’teit]n.土地, 财产system, everything was rigidly严格地stratified分层的. The size, height and color of a house and even the style of its roof must match the social status [’steit?s]n.身份, 地位；情形, 状况of its owner or user. That’s why, in the mer imperial[im’pi?ri?l]帝王的palaces, all the back houses servants and soldiers are low and gable-roofed with grey tiles [tail]n.瓦片, 瓷砖, but the main buildings in the middle have yellow roofs with slopes on four sides. While being constructed in the national style of architecture[’ɑ:kitekt]n.建筑学, 建筑术；建筑风格, 建筑式样, the temple structure is unique in the way it is decorated, the way that is characteristic[,k?rikt?’ristik]adj.特有的, 典型的 of this province. Stone-carvings, brick-carvings, lime sculptures, [la?m] [’sk?lpt]灰雕 ceramic figurines[si’r?mik]adj.陶器的[,f?gj?’ri:n]n.小雕像,小塑像,, wood-carvings or artistic objects of iron-casting 铁铸can be found everywhere. They are made into flowers and trees, insects and birds, animals and human figures 人像and even architectural complex n.综合体, 集合体. These works of art are used not only the purpose of decoration but are also symbols[’simb?l]n.象征, 标志；符号 or implications[,?mpli’kein]含义, 暗示of one thing or another, or depictions [d?p?kn] 描写of various scenes from stories of Chinese history and legends. example, the peony flower is a symbol of richness and wealth, the twin lotus flowers on one stalk stand an affectionate挚爱的couple of husband and wife and the lion sculpture, power and dignity [’diɡniti]n.庄严, 端庄, 尊严. 【Outside the Main Entrance】正门外 The Stone Lion and the Unicorn-like Animal双狮和独角兽 Here (in front of the temple) are two granite [’ɡr?nit]n.花岗岩, 花岗石statues [’st?tju:]n.雕像of the lion that exists in reality. 实际上,事实上 The one playing a ball is male and the other patting a baby lion is female. Such lion statues can also be seen in other parts of the country, squatting [skw?t]vi.蹲坐; 蹲majestically [m?’d?estik]adj.雄伟的, 威严的；壮丽的at the main entrances of the houses the upper class of old China, because they are a symbol of power and dignity. But the unicorn-like animal on the roof, with a single horn on its head, is a fictitious [f?k’t?s]adj.假的, 虚构的animal that is peculiar to Guangdong province. During the Ming Dynasty (68-), natural calamities自然灾害 [k?’l?miti]n.灾祸, 灾难were of frequent occurrence [?’k?r?ns]n.发生, 出现；事件; 发生的事in the area. At that time, man was absolutely powerless对某事无能为力的bee nature. When calamities occurred[?’k?:]vi.发生; 举行, people had no choice but to resort to采取superstition [,sju:p?’stin]n.迷信, 迷信行为. They looked upon natural disasters as demons[’di:m?n]n.恶魔,恶鬼 and ghosts and created this beast of prey 捕食to expel [iks’pel]vt.驱逐, 赶走them. So, this unicorn-like animal is a mythical想像的;虚构的beast [bi:st]n.兽that is endowed with赋予supernatural power n.超自然的能力to exorcise 驱除evil spirits. The Sculpture of Gourds葫芦雕— A Token象征 of a Flourishing Family 繁荣的, 昌盛的家族 The sculpture of gourds [g?:d, grd, gd]in pairs on the roof or in other places of the temple is a token of a flourishing family with ever-increasing不断增长的 members. It incarnates[?n’kɑ:n?t]赋予(思想、精神等) the Chen family’s desire[di’zai?]愿望, 欲望, 心愿 that its clansmen would live and multiply [’m?ltiplai] (使)增加；(使)繁殖continuously连续不断地,接连地 like gourds growing luxuriantly [l?g’?ri:?nt, l?k’?r-]adj.茂盛的,郁郁葱葱的 to propagate [’pr?p?ɡeit]vt. vi.繁衍, 增殖 successively接连着,继续地. This is because the gourd is a seedy多种子的plant and its many seeds will propagate in great numbers. Masterpieces of Brick-carving On the wall on either side of the main entrance is a picture carved on bricks, depicting [di’pikt]vt.描绘; 描画；描述different stories from Chinese historical[his’t?rik?l]adj.历史(学)的 novels. They are regarded as representative works of the exquisite[’ekskwizit]adj.精致的, 精美的 Guangdong brick-carving. The Guangdong brick-carving is unique in the technique of its making. It is made in such a way that different parts of a picture are carved separately on small pieces of y-made fired bricks bee they are laid onto a wall to m an integral [’intiɡr?l]adj.构成整体所必需的whole, whereas但是 those of other provinces are made by carving a whole picture on a big piece of adobe [?’dbi:]n.风干土坯，风干砖坯；(制风干砖用的)灰质粘土 (unburned brick) bee it is fired into a hard cube and embedded[im’bed] 嵌入onto the wall. The mer entails 需要 much more precision [pri’sin]n.精确度, 准确(性)and skill and so is more exquisite and is of greater artistic value. Liu Qing Taming驯a Fierce [fi?s]adj.凶猛的; 凶狠的Horse 陈家祠 英语 导游词最难忘的一件事 -- :5:7 来源： An Ungettable Day August 5 was a special day. It was my eighteenth birthday, on the way to become an adult. I didn’t go out with my relatives as usual, I went to Zhejiang Daily Newspaper Building to experience how an editor of Zhejiang Online Website worked. In the morning, we visited many offices, chatted with Wang Zhidong, the mer CEO of Sina, and we tried to edit a report and send it to the Internet. We also had a debate about whether kids’being on-line was good. I stood on the positive side. That was, we should get on-line, to learn, to relax, to shop, to play, to make friends, and to name just a few. We took some pictures to accept as a souvenir. We had lunch there and watched movies afterwards. Spiderman II was truly realistic. We were fascinated by the cool actions, scared by the ugly beast,and encouraged by the brave hero. Then we saw part of Detective Conan, a Japanese cartoon film. In the afternoon, we took a bus to a building where the governors worked to interview a grandpa, who used to work the young generation. He is kind, and healthy, though he is over eighty. He loves working, especially working the youth. He feels more energetic as he talks with kids. At last, he asked us to sing a song him. We sent a boy on behalf of us all to sing a happy song. He didn’t disappoint us, making everyone present laugh a while. When the interview ended, we headed back to the newspaper office.The leader handed each of us a diploma and the photos we took that morning. Good time passed quickly. We said good-bye to each other, and then we parted. Yeah, we’ve become friends though we haven’t known each other very long. In a word, that was a meaningful enjoyable day. I really had great fun.My family(6) --1 :1: 来源： My family(6) I have a very lucky family. There are five people in my family, my dad, mom, sister and brother. My dad is a host of the family. He is tall and strong. He is a boss. He works very hard. He likes singing and doing sports. He is very funny. He cares about us. My mom is a boss, too. She likes planting. She is very busy every day. But she is very kind to us. We love her very much. “ Tom, you are a naughty boy,” my mom always says. Yes, my brother Tom is really naughty. He likes sports very much. He usually makes funny of me. When I am angry every time, he always says: “ You look like a monkey!” I am even mad, but he is much happier. My sister is a sports player. She is tall and strong. She has big eyes, small nose and mouth and two small ears. She is pretty and cute. She likes listening to music every much. “ Proud of you” is her favourite English song. She can sing very well and she even teaches me sing this song. I am a happy girl. I like listening to music, too. like playing pingpong . I love my parents and they love me, too
我的卧室（二） My Bedroom -- :3:5 来源： I have abeautiful room. Although my room is very small, I love it very much. Look,there is a bed near the window. I like sunshine so my bed is set near the window.In front of the bed, there is a desk on which is several series of books.What’s more, I have plastered my bedroom wall with photos of my family. Thelight in my bedroom is light pink because I like this color.我有一件很漂亮的房间虽然我的房间很小，但是我很喜欢它看，靠近那里有一张床我喜欢阳光所以我的床是安在窗户边的床前有一张桌子，桌子上摆了几套书我还把卧室的墙都用我们家人的照片挂满了我卧室的灯是粉红色的，因为我喜欢这个颜色Do you likemy bedroom? If you like, come here and have a look!你喜欢我的卧室吗？如果你喜欢，来看看吧！
How to Use a Dictionary? 怎样使用辞典？ --6 :9:7 来源： How to Use a Dictionary? 怎样使用辞典？ We all know that a dictionary is very userful to our study. But do you know how to use it? We should choose a good English-Chinese dictionary. It tells us the meaning of the English words in Chinese. When you meet a new word, don't use the dictionary at once. Try your best to think about what it means bee you look it up in the dictionary. If you can't guess the meaning, look it up in the dictionary. 我们都知道词典对我们的学习很有用，可是你知道如何使用词典吗？ 我们应该选择一本好的英汉词典，它能用中文告诉我们英语词汇的意思当你遇到一个生词时，不要立刻就查字典在查字典之前尽量猜想一下这个词是什么意思如果是在猜不出，再查阅词典
我喜爱的照片(My favourite photo) --1 :7:9 来源： 我喜爱的照片(My favourite photo) there is an aoyu in the picture. the aoyu has a green tail, two colorful horns and the silver skin. it’s a silver aoyu. it looks beautiful and lively. aoyu dance is a traditional dance in shawan piaose. it means it can always get the first. it’s a good symbol. everyone likes it very much.