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Mother, I shall weave a chain of pearls thy neck with my tears of sorrow.圣母呵,我要把我悲哀的眼泪穿成珠链,挂在你的颈上The stars have wrought their anklets of light to deck thy feet, but mine will hang upon thy breast.星星把光明做成足镯,来装扮你的双足,但是我的珠链要挂在你的胸前Wealth and fame come from thee and it is thee to give or to withhold them.名利自你而来,也全凭你的予取But this my sorrow is absolutely mine own, and when I bring it to thee as my offering thou rewardest me with thy grace.但这悲哀却完全是我自己的,当我把它当作祭品献给你的时候,你就以你的恩慈来酬谢我 776Kazuko: I really appreciate you helping with the training of the newbies. I couldnrsquo;t have done it without you.我真的很感谢你帮助培训新手没有你的帮助,我没法做到Martin: Donrsquo;t mention it. I remember when I was still wet behind the ears and the veterans in the company gave me the benefit of their time and expertise. They propped me up until I could stand on my own two feet.不客气我记得当我初出茅庐的时候,公司的老人花费时间教给我专业知识和技能他们一直帮助我,直到我能自己独立Kazuko: I canrsquo;t imagine you as a novice. Everybody here thinks of you as the cornerstone of the institution.我无法想象你是一个新手这里的每个人都认为你是该机构的基石Martin: Well, that may be, but you should have seen me in the early years. I was naive and reckless. I may be more adept at my job now, but I felt inept years.嗯,这可能是,但是你应该看到我早些年的表现我幼稚且鲁莽我现在可能更擅长工作,但是多年来我觉得自己很无能Kazuko: I saw you talking with some of the new recruits. What advice did you give them?我看见你谈论一些新入职的员工交谈你想给他们提些什么建议?Martin: I gave them the same advice that an old hand gave me when I first started: Take every piece of advice you get with a grain of salt!我给他们的意见和当我刚开始工作时,老手给我的意见相同,采取一切你一粒盐忠告!对于有保留地采纳每个意见 9School Bus-School-Tuesday校车-学校-星期二I am on the School bus sitting by my classmates.Tina,Linda,Jackie and Lisa.I do not like to gossip with them.so I am listening to a new CD I bought last week.我现在在校车上,旁边坐的是我的同学:蒂娜,琳达,杰姬和莉落我不喜欢跟她们鬼扯,所以我正听者我上网新买的CDRock is the type of music that I like I just went to a rock concert two months ago.It was da-bomb.摇滚乐是我喜欢的那一种音乐,我两个月前才去了摇滚乐的演唱会,那真是棒极了 Anyway, I am pulling out the sandwich that I bought from 7-.I am really hungry.one sandwich will not be enough.but I will hava to bear with it.好啦(不管怎样),我拿出我在7-买的三明治,我真的饿了,所以一个三明治根本不够我吃,但是我必须忍着这一点My father gives me only ten bucks a day But I am saving five dollars every day to buy a car it is a long way to go,but I will be patient.我父亲一天只给我十块钱,但是我每天都要省下五元来买车子,这是一个长过的计划(长远的路要走),但我会有耐心的 38AccidentA: I’m so sorry I failed to take part in the match yesterday, but I wasn’t able to, I’m afraid.B: Well, don’t you think it’s a bit late to be sorry now?A:I know that, but there was very little I could do about it.B: It’s all very well saying that there was very little you could do about it, but because of you we lost the game!A: Yes, I heard, and I am sorry, but there was an accident on the way and I got stuck in the traffic.B: But why the hell didn’t you phone us to let us know? 59

Eddie is talking to Tom.Eddie: Have you ever been really frightened?Tom: I suppose so, once or twice.Eddie: Can you remember when you were most frightened?Tom: That isn't difficult.Eddie: What happened?Tom: Well, we used to have a favorite picnic place beside a lake. We had a boat there. I was there with some friends and I decided to swim to a little island. It didn't look far and I started swimming ... but half way across I realised it was a lot further than I thought. I was getting very tired. I shouted. Luckily my friends heard me and brought the boat. I thought I was going to drown. I've never been more frightened in my life.Should school children take part-time jobs?This is a discussion which will appear in a magazine.Editor: This month our panel looks at part-time jobs. Are they good school children or not?Headmaster: Definitely not. The children have got two full-time jobs aly: growing up and going to school. Part-time jobs make them so tired they fal1 asleep in class.Mrs. Barnes: I agree. I know school hours are short, but there's homework as well. And children need a lot of sleep.Mr. Barnes: Young children perhaps, but some boys stay at school until they're eighteen or nineteen. A part-time job can't harm them. In fact, it's good them. They earn their pocket-money instead of asking their parents it. And they see something of the world outside school.Businessman: You're absolutely right. Boys learn a lot from a part-time job. And we mustn't get that some families need the extra money. If the pupils didn't take part-time jobs they couldn't stay at school.Editor: Well, we seem to be equally divided: two , and two against. What do our ers think? Philip Andrew is and he is about to leave school. He comes to me advice every week. He is looking an interesting job and he would like good wages. One of his friends works in a supermarket. Another friend works in a factory. Philip thinks supermarket jobs are not well paid. And factory jobs are boring. And finally, some news from the ed States. David Thomas, the Calinian pop singer, is sixteen today and he is giving a party sixty guests. His young friends have bought him a Rolls-Royce, the most expensive one they could find. David is famous because he is the fastest driver and the youngest pop star in the state of Calinia. He is flying to Paris tomorrow.—What are you going to do after this lesson?—I'm probably going to have a cup of tea. What about you?—Oh, I'm going to the post office.—I see.—Can you come and see me at nine o'clock?—I'm afraid not. You see, I'm meeting Mr. Green at nine.—I hear you are playing at a concert tomorrow. How do you feel about it?—Oh, I'm really worried about it.—I'm not surprised. So would I be.—What are your plans tomorrow, Brenda?—Well, first, I'm going to do the washing up.—Poor you! While you're doing the washing up, I'll be having breakfast in bed.—It's alright some people.—I'd like to withdraw fifty pounds from my deposit .—Certainly. Would you please sign this m?—Oh, yes. There you are.—How would you like the money?—In fives, please.—Fine. Here you are.—Thanks. Goodbye.—How are you, Brenda?—Fine, apart from the backache.—Oh, dear, I'm sorry to hear that.—Yes. My back's killing me.—Oh, I hope you'll soon feel better.—Thanks.Man: Waitress! This meat is like old leather! It's enough to break every tooth in your head.Waitress: Perhaps you'd like to change your order, sir. The sirloin is very tender.Woman: John, look what that waiter's gone and done! Spilt soup all over my new dress!Waiter: I'm terribly sorry, madam. Perhaps if I could sponge it with a little warm water...Man: Leave it alone, man. You'll only make it worse.Woman: I want to speak to the Manager!Waiter: Very good, madam.Manager: I do apologize this untunate accident, madam. If you would like to have the dress cleaned and send the bill to us, we will be happy to take care of it.Woman: Oh no, it doesn't matter. get it. It probably won't stain very much.Man: Waiter, this just won't do. This wine's got a most peculiar flavor.Waiter: Yes, sir. I'll take it back. Perhaps you would like to choose another wine instead, sir?—Hello.—Hello. Who's that?—It's me.—Who's me?—Why, me, of course.—Yes, I know. It's you. But who are you?—I've told you who I am. I am ME.—I know you are you, but I still don't know who you are. Anyway, I don't want to talk to you whoever you are. I really wanted Mrs. Jones.—Who do you want?—Mrs. Jones!—Mrs. Jones? Who's Mrs. Jones?—Why, Mrs. Jones lives where you are, doesn't she?—There is no Mrs. Jones here. What number do you want?—I want Bournemouth, 6583.—This is Bournemouth, 653.—Oh, dear, I am sorry. I must have dialed the wrong number.—It's quite alright.—I'll try dialing again. Sorry to have troubled you.—It's quite alright. Goodbye.—Goodbye.Two old men are talking about the days gone by. Listen.—The beer's just like water. They don't make it as strong as they used to.—No. Things aren't what they used to be, are they?—The pubs aren't any good nowadays.—No. But they used to be good when we were young.—The trouble is that the young people don't work hard.—No, but they used to work hard when we were young. Ten years ago, I loved watching television and listening to pop records. I hated classical music. But I liked playing tennis. Five years ago I still liked playing tennis, but I loved classical music. Now I prefer classical music. I like playing squash. But I hate television.Mr. Davies is talking to his son Martin.Mr. Davies: (quietly) Why aren't you doing your homework?Martin: I'll do it later, Dad. I must get these chords right first. Our group's playing in a concert on Saturday.Mr. Davies: (laughs) Oh, is it? You'll be making records next, will you?Martin: We hope so. The man from 'Dream Discs' is coming to the concert. So I'd better play well.Mr. Davies: You'd better get on with your homework! You can practise all day Saturday.Martin: Oh, Dad. You don't understand at all. This concert could change my life.Mr. Davies: It certainly could! You've got exams next month. Important ones. If you don't get a good certificate, you won't get a decent job.Martin: (rudely) I don't need a certificate to play the guitar. And I don't want a boring old job in a bank either.Mr. Davies: (angrily) Oh, don't you? Whose boring old job paid this house? And that guitar?Martin: (sighs) Yours, I know. But I'd rather be happy than rich. Letter Dictation. Write your address, your phone number and the date. The letter is to Winnipeg Advanced Education College. Winnipeg, W-I-double N-I-P-E-G, Advanced Education College, Hillside Drive, Winnipeg. Dear Sir or Madam. Please send me details of your courses in Computer Programming. New line. Thanking you in advance. Yours faithfully, and then sign your name.(Your address)(Your phone number)(Date)Winnipeg Advanced Education College,Hillside Drive,WinnipegDear Sir or Madam, Please send me details of your courses in computer Programming. Thanking you in advance. Yours faithfully, Your name Write your address, your phone number and the date. To Sea View Hotel. Sea View, S-E-A V-I-E-W Hotel, Harbor Road, Cork, Ireland. Dear Sir or Madam. I would like to book a double room with bath two weeks from the first to the fourteenth of August inclusive. New line. I look ward to receiving your confirmation. Yours faithfully and then sign your name.(Your address)(Your phone number)(Date)Sea View Hotel,Harbor Road,Cork,IrelandDear Sir or Madam, I would like to book a double room with bath two weeks from the 1st to the th of August inclusive. I look ward to receiving your confirmation. Yours faithfully, Your name—Do you think you could stop whistling? I'm trying to write an essay.—Oh, I'm sorry. I thought you were in the other room.—Is it alright if I leave my rucksack on the back seat?—Yes, of course. Go ahead.—And would you mind if I took off my shoes? My feet are killing me.—Well, I'd rather you didn't. It's a rather hot day.—Hello, Charles, I haven't seen you all day. What have you been doing?—Actually I've been working on my first novel.—Oh, yes. How far have you got with it?—Well, I thought of a good title, and I made a list of characters, and I've designed the front cover.—Have you started writing it yet?—Oh, yes. I've written two pages aly.—Only two?—Well, yes. I haven't quite decided yet what happens next.—I saw an accident yesterday.—What were you doing at the time?—I was queuing the cinema.—And what did you do when you saw the accident?—I rushed ward to see if I could help.—Hmm. You are a good squash player. How long have you been playing?—I have been playing since the beginning of the last term. What about you?—Me? Oh, I've been playing about two years now. But I'm still not very good.—I've got a watch with a silver strap.—That's nothing. I've got one with a gold strap.—I've got a watch that tells you the date.—That's nothing. I've got one that tells you the date and the day.Woman: Look at these glasses, this one's even got lipstick on it.Waiter: I'm very sorry, madam. I'll bring you clean ones right away.Man: Ah, Head Waiter, I want to have a word with you.Head Waiter: Yes, sir. Is there something wrong, sir?Man: Something wrong? I should think there is something wrong. My wife and I have been kept here waiting nearly an hour our meal!Head Waiter: I'm terribly sorry about that, sir. Our staff has been kept unusually busy this evening. I'll see to it personally myself. Now, if you wouldn't mind just telling me what you ordered.Woman: This coffee is practically cold.Waiter: I am sorry, madam. I'll bring you a fresh pot straight away. This table shows the number of commuters into central London between 7:00 am and :00 am daily. The total number is 1,3,000. Of these, ,000 travel by underground—that's 9% of the total, and % travel by British Rail—that's 391,000 people daily. % use both rail and underground, and %, 99,000 people, travel by bus. That means a total of 788,000 people, 77%, on public transport. The remainder use private transport. 197,000 come by car and the rest come either by motorbike or bicycle. This means % come by motorbike or bicycle, and 19% by car.Mrs. Nicholas went away a tnight. Bee she went, she called in at the local police station and talked to the policeman on duty.Mrs. Nicholas: I'm going away to the seaside a few days and I'd like you to keep an eye on my home while I'm away.Policeman: Certainly, Madam. What's your name and address?Mrs. Nicholas: The name's Nicholas, and the address is Spring Vale.Policeman: Thank you. You'll lock all the doors, and make sure all the windows are shut, won't you?Mrs. Nicholas: Of course.Policeman: And you'll remember to cancel the milk.Mrs. Nicholas: Yes, I've aly done that.Policeman: And the papers.Mrs. Nicholas: Yes.Policeman: And you won't leave any ladders about.Mrs. Nicholas: No, we haven't got a big ladder.Policeman: That's fine. Are you friendly with the people next door?Mrs. Nicholas: Yes, we are.Policeman: Well, I think you'd better tell them you're going away, too. Ask them to give us a ring if they see or hear anything suspicious.Mrs. Nicholas: Yes, I will. Thank you.(There is a party in progress and one person A is standing by the drinks table serving drinks. B approaches and A offers her a drink.)B: Aha, I thought you might be here.A: Ah, hello. How are you?B: Not bad. How are you?A: All right, I suppose.B: What are you drinking?A: Some sort of wine. Do you want some?B: No, I think I'd prefer beer. Have they got any?A: Yes, there's some over there.(B pours out a drink.) B: Well, what do you think of the party?A: It's not bad. I'm not really in the mood a party, though.B: Why's that?'A: I don't know, really. I suppose I'm a bit tired.(During the last exchange C has approached the table to get a drink. A offers C a drink but accidentally drops it.)A: Oh, sorry about that.C: (annoyed) I should think so!A: Don't worry. It's not too bad.C: What do you mean? It's gone all over my trousers—I only bought them last week.A: There's no need to shout.C: (loudly) I'm not shouting.A: Yes, you are.C: (very loudly) No, I'm not!B: (wanting to calm the situation) Look, look, why don't you dry them with this?C: (ignoring B) You should watch what you're doing!A: What do you mean? It was your fault!B: How about another drink? (C ignores B.)C: Anyway, don't I know you?B: Do you want another drink? (C ignores B.)A: You might do.C: You didn't go to St. Mark's School, did you?A: Yes, I did actually.C: Yes, I remember now. You were going out with that awful girl, weren't you?A: What do you mean?C: You know, the one with the big nose. What happened to her?A: We got married, actually. In fact, that's her over there.C: Yes ...1. A woman went into a bar and asked a glass of water. The barman pointed a gun at her. She thanked him and went out.. A man was found lying dead in the middle of a desert. He had a pack on his back.3. A woman dialed the number on the telephone. Someone answered and said, "Hello." She put the phone down with a happy smile.. A man is found dead in the room. There is no furniture, and all the doors and windows are locked from the inside. There is a pool of water on the floor.5. There is a man on the bed and a piece of wood on the floor. The second man comes into the room with sawdust on his hands, smiles and goes out again.—Can I help you, sir?—We want a meal.—What sort of meal? A hot one or a cold one?—A salad, I think.—Which one, sir? A ham or a beef salad?—What's this sort of salad in English?—Which one are you looking at, sir?—That one over there, next to the b rolls.—That's a beef salad, sir.—Thank you. Is there any rye b?—No, I'm sorry. There are plenty of rolls.—Excuse me, sir, where do you come from?—We come from Copenhagen.—You speak English very well.—Thank you.—What are you doing at the moment?—We're visiting London.—What do you both do?—We are teachers.—Do you like your salad?—Yes. It's nice and fresh. Is yours good, too?—No. Mine is rather tasteless.—You need some salt and some olive oil.—Allow me to fetch you a chair.—Thank you, but I've just asked the waiter to get me one.—Let me get you a drink, then.—Thank you again, but look, John's bringing me one now.—I don't seem to be very useful, do I?—Don't say that. There's always another time, you know.Man: Three gin and tonics please.Waitress: I'm sorry, sir, but we're not allowed to serve drinks bee twelve o'clock midday. Would you like me to bring you something else? Some coffee?Man: Waiter, this table-cloth is a disgrace. It's covered with soup stains.Waiter: Oh, I'm so sorry, sir. It should have been changed bee. If you'll just wait one moment ...Man: Waiter. I can't quite understand how you manage to get ten marks plus twelve marks plus sixty-five marks fifty pennies to add up to one hundred and seventy-seven marks fifty pennies.Waiter: One moment, I'll just check it, sir. You're quite right, sir. I can't understand how such a mistake could have been made. I do apologize, sir. 19

The Olympics represents the noble ideal of sports overcoming the barriers of politics with champion athletes of all nations gathering in the spirit of sportsmanship. However, the stakes go beyond who wins the gold medal. Shortly after each competition, nations begin to vie afresh the bid to host the next game. Winning the vote to host is not merely an honor, it is a political conquest in global recognition. It also spins revenue from the influx of tourists, participants and Olympic related paraphernalia.However, all that glitters is not gold. some residents of Beijing, the site of Olympic , the impact of winning the bid cuts deep and far into their personal lives. The capital is expecting to pour billions of dollars into sports facilities and related upgrades such as roads, public transport, landscaping and sanitation. the bustling city of bicycles and traffic jams tucked among imperial relics, the Olympics is an opporty urban renewal.Yet those within the areas, something must give way to make room the model Olympic Village.Decades of family homes will be uprooted and dispersed among apartments on the outskirts of the city. Although modern plumbing and sanitation will replace chamber pots, the move is an upheaval of a commy and its way of life and social dynamics. It will be interesting to follow up on those and study the effects ofthe transplant.The Olympics upgrades are not disposable stage props that can be easily discarded after the show. Experts are afraid that without the heartbeat of ordinary people dwelling in the ancient city, the high tech Olympic City would become culturally dry. Careful urban planning and stringent regulations such as building restrictions can preserve the impression of an intact neighborhood. Nevertheless, without the residents, aesthetic is lost and only the facade remains, waiting to be filled by tourists and businesses.Nonetheless who can begrudge anyone a more comtable living environment? Even without the Olympics, can the drumbeat of modernization be stopped? And whether the changes are better or worse, who should presume to judge such things other than those whose lives bear the brunt of the impact? 368793

Tony: Who did you invite over dinner Saturday? Carmela: I invited Keith, Sung, Stephanie, and Luis. Tony: You didn’t! Carmela: I did. Why? Tony: You’re going to have a hard time cooking them. Keith is a vegan and only eats food that’s organic. Sung is lactose intolerant and his doctor put him on a low-salt diet. Carmela: Really? I didn’t know. How do you know so much about their diets? Tony: I went on a trip with them and I’ll never do it again. We could never agree on a restaurant. Carmela: What about Stephanie and Luis? Tony: Stephanie is a health nut, and doesn’t eat anything with saturated fat, added sugar, or artificial flavors. She also doesn’t eat red meat. And Luis, he can only eat gluten-free kosher foods. Carmela: This is a disaster. How am I going to cook all four of them? Tony: Beats me. Maybe you can turn it into a potluck. At least each of your guests will have one dish they can eat. Carmela: I can’t invite my friends over dinner and then tell them to bring their own food! Tony: Well, you wanted a solution and beggars can’t be choosers. Carmela: You’re right. Desperate times call desperate measures! 7733

Youth青春Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees; it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.青春不是年华,而是心境;青春不是桃面、丹唇、柔膝,而是深沉的意志,恢宏的想象,炙热的恋情;青春是生命的深泉在涌流Youth means a temperamental predominance of courage over timidity the appetite, adventure over the love of ease. This often exists in a man of sixty more than a body of twenty. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ideals.青春气贯长虹,勇锐盖过怯弱,进取压倒苟安如此锐气,二十后生而有之,六旬男子则更多见年岁有加,并非垂老,理想丢弃,方堕暮年Years may wrinkle he skin, but to give up enthusiasm.Worry,fear, self-distrust bows the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.岁月悠悠,衰微只及肌肤;热忱抛却,颓废必致灵魂忧烦,惶恐,丧失自信,定使心灵扭曲,意气如友Whether sixty or sixteen, there is in every human being heat the lure of wonder, unfailing child-like appetite of what next, and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station, so long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, cheer, courage and power from men and from the Infinite, so long are you young.无论年届花甲,拟或二八芳龄,心中皆有生命之欢乐,奇迹之诱惑,孩童般天真久盛不衰人人心中皆有一台天线,只要你从天上人间接受美好、希望、欢乐、勇气和力量的信号,你就青春永驻,风华常存When the aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of cynicism and the ice of pessimism, then you are grown old, even at twenty, but as long as your aerials are up, to catch the waves of optimism, there is hope you may die young at eighty.一旦天线下降,锐气便被冰雪覆盖,玩世不恭、自暴自弃油然而生,即使年方二十,实已垂垂老矣;然则只要树起天线,捕捉乐观信号,你就有望在八十高龄告别尘寰时仍觉年轻 3966

;~qnVlK%aazvb6RnfP(b3WydA1RUlLadys First1Sg%H8!INlkJ a long period bee the 1960s, women were considered to be the weaker sex,just as Shakespeare said inHamlet“Frailty, thy name is women.”In contrast, men were regarded the stronger and the dominant sex.In this light man should undertake the duty to adopt a protective attitude toward the so-called weaker sex.This implied that men should help women on and off with their coats, light their cigarettes,open the doors them to get on and off the wagon, train, bus, etc. Or to enter the houses.u[%IC@XqMaHave you ever seen the movie “Titanic”? Well, when the ship was sinking,it was the women who had the right to get on the lifeboats first,just because men had the responsibility taking care of and protectingwomen!This could lead to the conclusion that the custom “Lady First” was developed out of respect in appearance,but in fact it was kind of looking down upon women in nature.~KUtLGWsAPL6HZIn the 1960s, women began to challenge this tradition. Just as one lady put it,“Historically, men should walk on the outside of the pavement so as to prevent the lady’s dress from being spoilt by mud splashed by a carriage. Today a man is supposed to walk on the outside side.A man should walk where he wants to. So should a woman.If out of love and respect, he actually wants to take the blows,he should walk on the inside, because that’s where muggers are hiding these days.”This shows that to treat a woman as inferior justbecause she is a female is not only insulting but also out of step with contemporary American culture.Women may go to the restaurants Dutch treat.They may refuse such words as chairman, businessmen, policeman.Instead they prefer chairperson, businessperson, police or cop just to show that they are equal in every respect with males!5gqKRCGmQ*@hz7[HEJzC^vErdym%I%Z]9A7G3t3+QL5r 575

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