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章丘市人民医院中药科山东省妇女医院预约免费What I Have Lived 我为何而生Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong,have governed my lifethe longing love, the search knowledge,and unbearable pity the suffering of mankind.对爱情的渴望,对知识的追求,对人类苦难不可遏制的同情心,这三种纯洁而无比强烈的配着我的一生These passions, like great winds,这三种感情,就像阵阵狂风,have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course,over a great ocean of anguish,reaching to the very verge of despair.卷着我四处飘荡,走上艰难的旅程,越过痛苦的海洋,直抵绝望的边缘I have sought love, first,because it brings enthusiasm-enthusiasm so great that I would often have sacrificed all the rest of life a few hours of this joy.我寻求爱情,首先因为爱情给我带来,它如此强烈以致我经常愿意为了几小时的欢愉而牺牲生命中的其他一切I have sought it, next,because it relieves loneliness-that terrible loneliness in which one shivering consciousness looks over the rim of the world into the cold unfathomable lifeless abyss.我寻求爱情,其次是因为爱情可以排解孤独一那是一颗震颤的心,就好比在世界的边缘,俯瞰那冰冷死寂、毫无生气的深渊I have sought it, finally,because in the union of love I have seen,in a mystic miniature,the prefiguring vision of the heaven that saints and poets have imagined.我寻求爱情,最后是因为在爱情的结合中,我看到圣徒和诗人们所梦想的天堂景象的缩影,This is what I sought,and though it might seem too good human life,this is what-at last-I have found.这正是我所追寻的人生境界虽然它对一般的人类生活也许过于美好,但这正是我通过爱情所得到的最终发现With equal passion I have sought knowledge.我以同样的热情寻求知识,I have wished to understand the hearts of men.我渴望了解人的心灵I have wished to know why the stars shine.也渴望知道星光为何如此璀璨,And I have tried to comprehend the Pythagorean power by which number holds sway above the flux.同时我还力图领悟毕达哥拉斯的力量,即数字驾驭一切不稳定的强大力量A little of this, but not much, I have achieved.我在这方面略有成就,但不多Love and knowledge, so far as they were possible,led upward toward the heavens.爱情和知识,尽其可能地把我引上天堂,But always pity brought me back to earth.可对人类苦难的同情经常把我带回现实世界Echoes of cries of pain echoed in my heart.那些痛苦的呼喊经常在我内心深处回响,Children in famine, victims tortured by oppressors,helpless old people a burden to their sons,and the whole world of loneliness, poverty, and pain make a mockery of what human life should be.饥饿中的孩子,受暴君压迫的人们,变成子女负担的孤苦无依的老人,以及全球性的孤独,贫穷和痛苦,变成了对人类生活理想的莫大讽刺I long to alleviate this evil, but I cannot, and I too suffer.我常常希望能减轻这些痛苦,但却无法做到,我自己也十分痛苦This has been my life.这就是我的一生I have found it worth living,and would gladly live it again if the chance were offered me.值得活着的一生,如果有机会能够再活一遍,我将欣然地接受 5滨州中心医院附近公交车 A reporter from a local newspaper is interviewing some students on the subject of students and money.Reporter: Excuse me. Are you a student?Student 1: Yes, I am.Reporter: give my asking you, but do you have to take a part-time job in the ho1idays?Student 1: Not really. My parents are fairly well off so I get an allowance from my father.Reporter: You're lucky, aren't you?Student 1: I suppose so.Reporter: What about you? Are your parents wealthy?Student : No, certainly not.Reporter: Do you work during the holidays?Student : Well, last Christmas I did two weeks as temporary postman, then in the summer I spent four weeks fruit picking, and I do a bit of baby-sitting, so I manage.Reporter: Thank you. My name is Robert. I am eighteen years old and I am French. I am not married. Sylvia is small and fair. She is seventeen and she is a student. The tall boy with fair hair is eighteen years old and he comes from Sweden. He works in a record shop. The small boy with dark hair is seventeen. He is Spanish, but he does not live in Spain. He lives in France. He works in a hotel.—I think a doctor should be a friendly person.—Yes. I agree.—Would you like something to drink?—Just coffee, please.—Are you sure?—Quite certain. Thank you.—What are you doing in New York?—I'm writing a story YES magazine.—I see.—What are you doing in Cairo?—I'm visiting my parents.—Really!—Why are you visiting HongKong?—I'm just on holiday.—Why are you in London?—I'm here on business.—Oh.—Thanks a lot putting me up.—That's OK.—Do come and see me when you're in New York.—Sure. That'll be great.—Have you heard the news?—No.—There's been a terrible air crash.—Oh dear! Where was it?—A town called Band.—Excuse me, how do you say that word, C-U-S-T-O-M-S?—Customs.—I see. Thank you.—Would you like some more potatoes?—I'm sorry I can't manage any more. Thank you.Male: Pubs? You must have good people. If the people are good, the pub will be good.Male: You must have a good landlord, and people with a sense of humor behind the bar. If the landlord is bad, the pub will be bad.Female: I love old pubs. If it's one of those modern places, I won't go in.Male: And a good pub must have good beer. If the beer's no good, people will look another place.Female: I won't go if there isn't a garden. I have children, and if the pub doesn't have a garden or family room, we can't go in. My grandfather used to have a beautiful gold pocket watch. He wore it on a fine gold chain across the front of his waistcoat, and when I was small he promised to leave it to me in his will. "When I'm gone," he said, "this is going to be yours." Untunately that will never happen now. About three months ago, my grandfather came up to London to visit us. The first Sunday morning after he arrived, my youngest son said he wanted to go to the park. "We'll do better than that," said my grandfather, "we'll go and feed the pigeons in Trafalgar Square." So off they went. They got home about tea-time and my grandfather was looking very upset. "My watch," he said, "it's gone. Someone must have stolen it while we were feeding the pigeons." My name is Daniel. I am French. I live in a small town. I work in a hotel, but I do not live in the hotel. I live with my parents. My home is near the hotel, so I walk to work every day. There is some sugar, there is some coffee and there is a lot of tea, but there is not much jam. There are some tomatoes, but there are not any eggs or biscuits and there is not much milk. So we want jam, eggs, biscuits and milk.Jurg: Mrs. Scott ...Mrs. Scott: Yes?Jurg: I'm afraid I've had an accident.Mrs. Scott: Oh, dear, what's happened?Jurg: I've spilt my coffee.Mrs. Scott: Never mind. Here's a cloth.Klaus is using the launderette the first time.Klaus: Excuse me, do you know how this works?Housewife: Yes. Put the washing inside ... shut the door ... the money goes in here, then when the machine starts you have to put the soap powder in through here.Klaus: Is that all?Housewife: Yes, you don't have to do anything else until the machine stops.Klaus: Thank you.Terry: Frank's getting married.James: Is he really?Terry: Yes he is.James: I don't believe it.Terry: It's true.James: Who's he marrying?Terry: A girl he met on holiday in Spain, I think.James: Good heavens ... where are they going to live?A: Do you love me?B: I'm very fond of you.A: Yes, but do you love me?B: Uh ... You mean a lot to me.A: Why won't you answer my question?B: What question?A: Do you love me? Come on! I want to know.B: I care you very deeply. You know that.A: That isn't the same thing!B: What kind of answer do you expect?A: The truth! I want the truth!B: How can I possibly answer such a question?Do you remember Sally Green, the swimming star? She was the girl who broke all the records at the last Olympics. Where is she now? Last week our reporter, Tom Parker, went to see Sally in her Calinian home.Tom: Is it true that you don't swim at all now?Sally: I'm afraid so. I'm too old.Tom: But you are only twenty!Sally: That's too old a swimmer. If I swam in an international competition now, I wouldn't win. So I'd rather not swim at all.Tom: But don't you enjoy swimming?Sally: I used to, when I was small. But if you enter big competitions you have to work very hard. I used to get up at 6 am to go to the pool. I had to train bee school, after school and at weekends. I swam thirty-five miles every week! Tom: But you were famous at fifteen. And look at all those cups.Sally: Would you like to polish them? It's true that I have some wonderful memories. I enjoyed visiting other countries, and the Olympics were very exciting. But I missed more important things. While other girls were growing up, I was swimming. What can I do now? There is a small shop at the end of our road. I buy my newspaper there every Sunday. This is the only shop that is open on a Sunday, so it is always very busy. They sell milk, eggs, biscuits, tea and coffee. You can get aspirins, toothpaste or a writing pad there. It is a nice little shop. This evening I am going to the cinema. I sometimes go with Beatriz, but this evening I am going alone. Beatriz is nice, but she talks a lot and when I go to the cinema I like to watch the film. The film I am going to is an old one, but it is very good. It is a Hitchcock film.Sophie: Here's some coffee.George: Oh, fantastic ... er ... is there any sugar?Sophie: Sugar ... yes, of course ... here you are.George: Thanks ... er ...Sophie: What's the matter now?These: Er ... are there any chocolate biscuits?Sophie: No, there aren't.George: Oh ...Kathy: Where do you live?David: Near Victoria Station.Kathy: In a flat or a house?David: In a flat. Houses are terribly expensive.Kathy: What's your flat like?David: It's small and the building is old, but it's comtable. It's very near my office.Christine: When did you buy that new necklace?Libby: I didn't buy it. It was a present.Christine: Oh, who gave it to you?Libby: A friend.Christine: Anybody I know?Libby: Don't ask so many questions.Tom and Anna saw a film yesterday.Tom: It was exciting, wasn't it?Anna: Yes, it was.Tom: Charles Bronson was good, wasn't he?Anna: Yes, he always is.Tom: I thought the girl was good too.Anna: Did you?Eustace: What are you doing?Luanda: I'm packing.Eustace: Why?Luanda: Because I'm leaving.Eustace: You're not.Lucinda: Yes, I am. I'm catching the first train tomorrow.Instance: But, I ...Luanda: ... and I'm not coming back.Eustace: Oh, oh ... where are you going?Lucinda: To ... to ... Hawaii.Eustace: Oh darling.Phillip: Excuse me, Mr. Jones. Can you help me?Mr. Jones: Of course. What's the problem?Pall: Well, I have to wear an overall but I can't find one.Mr. Jones: That's easy. Why don't you look in the cupboard besides the washbasin? You'll find one there.(sound of phone ringing)Jean: 785. Jean Williamson speaking.Tom: Oh, it's you, Jean. Sorry I had to rush off this morning. How are the boys?Jean: I'm taking them to the doctor at twelve o'clock, but I'm sure they're going to be all right.Tom: That's good. What about you?Jean: Oh, I'm fine now. I'm going to bake a birthday cake tomorrow. And ... I've got a camera Peter and some records Paul.Tom: You spoil them. I'm going to open a savings them. They need to learn how to save money. My grandfather lives with us. He is seventy years old and I like talking to him. Every day I go a walk with him in the park. My grandfather has a dog. The dog's name is Nelson. Nelson is old and he has very short legs and bad eyes. But my grandfather likes him very much. I have a small black and white television and I can get a good picture. But my brother has got a color television. It is bigger, heavier and more complicated than mine. My brother gets a better picture on his television than I do on mine. So when there is something very good on TV, I usually go and see my brother.Instructor: Listen to these people. They are all taking things to be repaired. Of course, they want to know how much it will cost and how long it will take. Listen to their questions and write the answers you hear. Here is an example.Woman: How much will it cost to repair this typewriter?Male Assistant: About a pound.Woman: That's not bad. But how long will it take?Male Assistant: Only about a week.Instructor: Look at the answers the assistant gives his customer. The first answer is 'about a pound.' The second answer is 'about a week.' Now listen to these dialogues and write the missing words in your book.Dialogue A:Man: Can you give me an estimate to repair this bicycle?Female Assistant: I think it'll cost about twelve or thirteen pounds.Man: And how long will it take?Female Assistant: A tnight, more or less.Dialogue B:Woman: Would you have a look at this television set, please?Female Assistant: Yes, of course. Hmmm. How long have you had it?Woman: About eight years. Can you tell me how much it'll cost to repair it?Female Assistant: Well, the set's very old. It'll cost about fifty pounds. It's cheaper to buy a new one.Dialogue C:Man: How much do you think it'll cost to repair this typewriter?Female Assistant: Let me see. It's a 1960 model. About twenty pounds, I'm afraid.Man: That's rather a lot. And how long will it take?Female Assistant: About a month.Man: Thank you. I'd like to think about it.Instructor: Listen again to the customer from the typewriter shop. He thinks twenty pounds is rather a lot but he needs a typewriter... Then he remembers his friend, Tony. Tony has several typewriters. Bob, the customer, has an idea. He meets his friends, Tony. Listen to their conversation. Dialogue D:Tony: Hello, Bob. What's that heavy parcel you're carrying?Bob: It's my old typewriter. I've just been to the shop. The assistant says it'll cost about twenty pounds to repair.Tony: That's rather a lot. What are you going to do?Bob: Well, you've got several typewriters. Could you lend me one?Tony: I'll have to think about it.Instructor: Frank and Peter want new bicycles. Petrol is very expensive so they both want to cycle to work. They are looking at advertisements.Frank: What about this Curzon bike. It's very cheap. Only eighty pounds.Peter: Yes, but the Anderson bike is even cheaper. It's sixty-five pounds.Frank: Hmmm. How old is the Anderson one?Peter: It's a 1977 model.Frankie: The Curzon is a 1979 model. It's newer.Instructor: Frank and Peter are still looking at advertisements. They can't decide which bike to buy.Peter: The Anderson bike looks very comtable. Frank: Yes, but the Curzon looks bigger.Pedro: I don't want a big bike. I want a comtable one.Frank: All right. The Anderson bike is good. But the Curzon is Better. 189The most distant way in the world世界上最远的距离The most distant way in the worldis not the way from birth to the end.It is when I sit near youthat you dont understand I love you.世界上最远的距离 不是生与死而是我站在你的面前 你却不知道我爱你The most distant way in the worldis not that youre not sure I love you.It is when my love is bewildering the soulbut I cant speak it out.世界上最远的距离 不是我站在你的面前 你却不知道我爱你而是爱到痴迷 却不能说我爱你The most distant way in the worldis not that I cant say I love you.It is after looking into my heartI cant change my love.世界上最远的距离 不是我不能说我爱你而是想你痛彻心脾 却只能深埋心底The most distant way in the worldis not that Im loving you.It is in our lovewe are keeping between the distance.世界上最远的距离 不是我不能说我想你而是彼此相爱 却不能够在一起The most distant way in the worldis not the distance across us.It is when were breaking through the waywe deny the existence of love.世界上最远的距离 不是彼此相爱 却不能在一起而是明知道真爱无敌 却装作丝毫不在意So the most distant way in the worldis not in two distant trees.It is the same rooted branchescant enjoy the co-existence.世界上最远的距离 不是树与树的距离而是同根生长的树枝 却无法在风中相依So the most distant way in the worldis not in the being separated branches.It is in the blinking starsthey cant burn the light.世界上最远的距离 不是树枝无法相依而是相互了解的星星 却没有交汇的轨迹So the most distant way in the worldis not the burning stars.It is after the lightthey cant be seen from afar.世界上最远的距离 不是星星之间的轨迹而是纵然轨迹交汇 却在转瞬间无处寻觅So the most distant way in the worldis not the light that is fading away.It is the coincidence of usis not supposed the love.世界上最远的距离 不是瞬间便无处寻觅而是尚未相遇 便注定无法相聚So the most distant way in the worldis the love between the fish and bird.One is flying at the sky;the other is looking upon into the sea.世界上最远的距离 是鱼与飞鸟的距离一个在天 一个却在深潜海底收听更多双语节目,请关注微信公众号;奇喵课堂; 8660济南哪家医院做无痛人流手术好

肥城市人民医院是公立医院吗晨读英语美文听力原文第5篇PetsAmericans love pets. And it not just puppy love, either. Many pet owners treat their furry friends as part of the family. Sometimes they spice up their pets lives with entertaining s and amusing toys. If they have an eye fashion, pet owners can dress their pets in stylish clothes. special occasions, they can use perfume to make their dogs smell, well, less beastly.You might say Americans treat their pets like they treat their children-sometimes even better. In America, there are more households with pets than those with children. At least 3 percent of U.S. homes have pets of some sort. Unusual creatures, such as monkeys, snakes and even wolves, find a home with some Americans. More common pets include tropical fish, mice and birds. But the all-time favorites are cats and dogs, even at the White House. President George W. Bush has three dogs and two cats under care. Americans sometimes have strong feelings about whether dogs or cats make better pets. ;Dog people; and ;cat people; often enjoy friendly rivalries.Leading a dog life in America isnt such a bad thing. Many grocery stores sell gourmet pet foods to owners eager to please their pets. In Houston, Texas, dogs can have their dinner delivered to their homes, just like pizza. Well-to-do dogs can attend doggy daycare centers while their owners work. Pets can even accompany their owners on vacation. Fancy hotels are beginning to accommodate both man and beast. Furry guests at Four Seasons Hotels can enjoy gourmet meals served on fine china and sleep in soft beds.Beneath the luxuries, there lies a basic American belief Pets have a right to be treated well. At least 75 animal welfare organizations exist in America. These provide care and adoption services homeless and abused animals. Veterinarians can give animals an incredible level of medical care an incredible price. To pay the high-tech health care, people can buy health insurance their pets. And when it time to say good-bye, owners can bury their pets in a respectable pet cemetery.The average American enjoys having pets around, and good reason. Researchers have discovered that interacting with animals lowers a person blood pressure. Dogs can offer protection from burglars and unwelcome visitors. Cats can help rid the home of unwanted pests. Little creatures of all shapes and sizes can provide companionship and love.In many cases, having a pet prepares a young couple the responsibilities of parenthood. Pets even encourage social relationships They give their owners an appearance of friendliness, and they provide a good topic of conversation. Pets are as basic to American culture as hot dogs or apple pie. To Americans, pets are not just property, but a part of the family. After all, pets are people, too. 35天桥区妇幼保健院地址 Diane:This is so exciting! Ive never been to an auction bee.黛安:太让人激动了!我从来没去过拍卖会Martin:Sit down. It about to start. The auctioneer is on the podium with her gavel and she y to start the bidding.马丁:坐下快开始了拍卖师正拿着木槌站在台上,竞价马上就要开始了Diane:Are you bidding on the first lot?黛安:你会竞拍第一个拍品吗?Martin:No, the reserve is too high. See? The opening bid is over ,000 dollars. Im not surprised. Items of that quality dont appear on the auction block very often.马丁:不,保留价太高了,明白不?起拍价超过一万美元我一点也不吃惊拍卖会上很少出现品质如此高的拍品Diane:What are those people doing on the phone?黛安:打电话的那些人都在做什么?Martin:They are bidding on behalf of people who cant be here, the absentee bidders. Hey, stop waving that paddle around! The auctioneer is going to think that youre placing a bid.马丁:他们在代表不能到场的真正的竞买人出价嘿,不要挥舞竞买号牌!不然拍卖师会以为你在出价Diane:Oh, sorry. Listen, the price is up to 30,500 dollars. Going, going, gone! The auction house is going to make a nice commission on that one. This is so much fun!黛安:啊,对不起听着,价格达到3万5百美元了要卖了,要卖了,卖掉了!拍卖场又要大赚一笔佣金了Martin:Shhh! Im going to bid on the next lot. Where is the paddle?马丁:嘘!我准备竞买下一个拍品竞买号牌去哪呢?Diane:The paddle?黛安:竞买号牌?Martin:Yeah, the paddle. Where did you put it?马丁:是呀,竞买号牌你把它放哪里呢?Diane:I had it just a minute ago.黛安:一分钟前还在我手上Martin:Find it, or else Im putting your head on the block.马丁:找到它,否则我把你的头放到台上去拍卖Diane:The auction block?黛安:拍卖台?Martin:No, the chopping block!马丁:嗯,对你的头来说是砧板!原文译文属! 19平阴县妇幼保健院预约

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