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Dear Dr. Lee:I don't know if you'll remember me, but I introduced myself to you after your keynote at last week's conference. As I mentioned to you, I have all of your journal papers and I am a great admirer of your research. Your in the top journal Language Learning was groundbreaking.The reason I am contacting you is that I would like to come to your university to study with you. I met some of your students at the conference and they couldn't stop singing your praises as a professor and as an advisor. I don't know if you are accepting any new students the next year, but if so, I hope you will consider me. I have included two attachments to this email. I am sending a copy of my CV , and I am also including a research paper I completed this year. I hope that these will give you an idea of my qualifications and experience. Please let me know if you need more inmation or more samples of my academic work. It was a pleasure and a privilege to meet you at the conference and I hope to hear more about your research at a future conference.Sincerely,Lucy HocevarScript by Dr. Lucy Tse

I chanced to rise very early one particular morning this summer,夏天的一个清晨,我碰巧起得很早and took a walk into the country to divert myself among the fields and meadows, while the green was new, and the flowers in their bloom.于是,便跑去乡间散步,希望能在绿草丛中和田野间得到一份安逸夏天,正是绿草芬芳、百花绽放的季节As at this season of the year every lane is a beautiful walk, and every hedge full of nosegays,每年一到这个时节,任何一条小路都是一片美妙的景色,任何一道篱笆上都点缀着鲜花I lost myself, with a great deal of pleasure, among several thickets and bushes that were filled with a great variety of birds, and an agreeable confusion of notes, which med the pleasantest scene in the word to one who had passed a whole winter in noise and smoke.四周满是丛生的灌木,我快乐地沉浸在鸟儿委婉动听的歌唱声中我已经在嘈杂和浓烟中熬过了整整一个冬天,眼前的景色可谓是人间仙境The freshness of the dews that lay upon everything about me, with the cool breath of the morning, which inspired the birds with so many delightful instincts, created in me the same kind of animal pleasure, and made my heart overflow with such secret emotions of joy and satisfaction as are not to be described or ed .清新的露水洒落在世间万物上(包括我),还有那清爽宜人的清晨空气,周围的一切不但让鸟儿焕发出欢快的本性,也让我感到丝丝喜悦,内心深处充溢着一种神秘的、无以言表的满足与快乐On this occasion I could not but reflect upon a beautiful simile in Milton:在这样的情景下,我总是不由得想起弥尔顿诗句中那个精妙的比喻:As one who long in populous city pent犹如长久禁锢于躁动的市井之人,Where houses thick and sewers annoy the air选择夏日的一个清晨,步出城墙,步出林立的房屋,th issuing on a summer morn, to breathe步出水天污浊,吐纳于宜人的田间村舍 5738

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  When you thought I wasnt looking你以为我没有看在眼里When you thought I wasnt looking,你以为我没有看在眼里,I saw you hang my first painting on the refrigerator,你以为你把我画的第一幅画挂在冰箱上时,我没有看在眼里,And I wanted to paint another one.其实我还记在心里,想要再画一幅When you thought I wasnt looking, I saw you feed a stray cat,你以为你喂一只迷路的猫时,我没有看在眼里,and I thought it was good to be kind to animals.其实我还记在心里,知道了要善待动物When you thought I wasnt looking,I saw you make my favorite cake me,你以为你专门为我烤一个生日蛋糕时,我没有看在眼里,And I knew that little things are special things.其实我还记在心里,明白点点滴滴都特殊无比When you thought I wasnt looking,I heard you say a prayer,你以为我没有看在眼里,当听到你在祈祷,And I believed there is a God I could always talk to.而我知道了有个上帝,我随时都能同他说话When you thought I wasnt looking,I felt you kiss me good night,你以为我没有看在眼里,我感觉到你在睡觉时吻了我,And I felt loved.于是感觉到有了爱When you thought I wasnt looking,I saw tears come from your eyes,你以为当你眼泪夺眶而出时其实我还记在心里,And I learned that sometimes things hurt,懂得了有时会有令人伤心的事But it all right to cry.但是完全可以哭出来When you thought I wasnt looking,你以为我没有看在眼里,I saw that you cared and I wanted to be everything that I could be.我看到你很关心我,因而我想做到我可以做到的一切When you thought I wasnt looking,你以为我没有看在眼里,I looked... and wanted to say thanks其实我都看到了…我要说声谢谢, all the things I saw when you thought I wasnt looking.对你以为我没有看到而默默做的一切 6996。

  Waiting Love爱的等待They had known each other 3 years. Both of them were of conservative type, shy and introverted. Although he had never mentioned the word of love in her presence. She was able to vaguely detect burning passion her in his different look. She dropped one hint after another to encourage him, but he remained big fool never dare to disclose to his own thought. Time passed by so quickly, 3 years later she was engaged to another young man. However, she could not drive his image away from her mind on the eve of the engagement.他们相识已有三载,两人都性格内向,羞涩保守虽然在她面前他对爱只字未提,然而她却能从他羞涩的眼神中读出那浓浓的爱意她暗示他许多次,鼓励他说出心中的爱,然而他却傻傻地紧闭双唇,不敢将爱说出时光飞逝,转眼三年过去了,她同另外一个男孩订了婚,在此之前却仍对他念念不忘;If he comes and proposes now, Im still willing to go back to him.; She complained amidst the congratulations of her relatives and friends. Yet he did nothing of the sort at the difference of the look was a faint streak of melancholy. At least, it was the eve of marriage, nevertheless, happiness of marriage mingled with a touch of sadness.;如果他现在来向我求婚就好了,我仍愿意回到他身边;在亲朋好友的祝福声中她这样抱怨着可他仍然没有任何哀号示,只是迷离的眼神中多了些忧郁新婚之日终究还是来了,这新婚的喜悦中夹杂着令人遗憾的淡淡忧愁;Even if he should come and propose now, I would give up all this in favor of this belated happiness.; She said lo herself as she tried wedding gown, but again he was as silent as ever only his eyes betrayed great misery.;要是他,现在开口,我也宁愿放弃一切,选择这份迟来的幸福;在试穿结婚礼的时候她仍旧这样想着,但他还是没有任何表示,只是眼神中的忧郁更为浓重了50 years passed and passage of the time turned their hair silvery while. She was the first to collapse. In her critical condition, he come from other place to see her. Holding his hand in tight grip She asked him one question into which she had compressed the perplexities and expectations of the life lime, ;Tell me, what on earth have you been waiting ? ; ;Waiting you to...; he mumbled out his life long hesitations and expectations only when he made sure no one else was within hearing. ; me what? ; ; you to break the ice! ;50年过去了,两人都已两鬓斑白最终,她先倒了下去,临终前,他从远方赶回看她她握紧他的手,把一生的疑虑和期待化为一句话;请你告诉我,你究竟在等什么?;;我在等你…啊,;他颤抖地说道,这也是他犹豫了一生的期待;等我什么?;;等你先开口啊! ; 395

  晨读英语美文听力原文第1篇Sounds Of CountryAsk people ;what is country music?;and you are likely to get a wide variety of answer. With so many different theories about how the music developed and who the best musicians are, everyone has their own definition of the sound and style of country!Country encompasses a range of musical styles from ;hillbilly; and ;honky-tonk; to traditional Irish folk music and modern pop. Even rock bands like The Rolling Stones have recorded songs that could be classified as country.Although the traditions of country music can be traced back over the centuries, the term ;country; is a relatively modern invention. In 19, the American popular music magazine, Billboard,started listing the ;most played folk records; on jukeboxes in America. By the late 190s ;folk; was replaced by ;country and western; records.The ;western; part of the title was dropped in 196 when the Billboard chart was renamed ;Hot Country Singles;. In Britain the music is still referred to as ;country and western;. But if you were to use this term in Nashville, USA, the home of country music, people would wonder where you had been all these years.Country music owes a lot to the folk songs which were brought across the Atlantic by British emigrants and passed down the generations. These songs told stories about love, family life and tragedy. Country songs tell colorful stories about the trials of real life, tragic tales of heartbreak, marital problems, poverty, and even death.Country stars like Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, Johnny Cash, John Denver and Dolly Parton have close relationship with their audiences and they have taken county music to new fans all over the world. 335677A 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. 189

  Be Free自由人生Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, Im Faith. In today program, let share a few tips being truly free.欢迎来到Faith轻松电台,我是Faith在今天的节目中,我们将分享一些关于获得真正自由的几个建议If you are quick to take offense, then youll be under the control of those whom you find offensive.如果你容易发火,那你就会为那些惹你发火的人所操纵;If you are easily angered, then your actions will be dictated by those who anger you.如果你容易生气,那么你的行动就受制于惹你恼怒的人;If you are obsessed by what other people think, then you will be imprisoned by their thoughts.如果他人的看法让你烦恼,那你就是他人思想的囚徒;If you yearn easy answers and quick solutions, youll fall prey to people who offer nothing but promises.如果你渴望捷径,你就会为空许诺者所害;If you find the truth too difficult to bear, youll be enslaved to those who tell you what you want to hear.如果你发现真相难以承受,那么你就会成为对你甜言蜜语者的奴隶;When you have the courage to think yourself, the strength to accept what is, the commitment and discipline to make a difference, then you are free.如果你拥有独立思考的勇气,有接受现实的力量,有做出改变的决心和自制力,那么,你就获得了自由You are truly free to live with purpose, joy and fulfillment.当你目标明确、快乐充实地生活时,你就真正的自由了This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. Let your life be defined not by your reactions to what others do, say or think, but rather by your own unique vision. Raise your eyes above the pettiness and follow the path of the greatness that is within you.这里是Faith主持的Faith轻松电台节目莫让他人的言行和思想左右自己的人生,要用自己独立、独一无二的眼光忽略生活中的琐碎小事,追随内心的大道吧! 03757

  Well, all she had was a flat tire, but an old lady, that was bad enough. Joe crawled under the car looking a place to put the jack, skinning his knuckles a time or two. Soon he was able to change the tire. But he had to get dirty and his hands hurt. As he was tightening up the lug nuts, she rolled down her window and began to talk to him. She told him that she was from St. Louis and was only just passing through. She couldnt thank him enough coming to her aid. Joe just smiled as he closed her trunk.她的车不过是爆胎了,但对于一位上了年纪的老太太来说,这已经足够糟糕了比尔钻到车子底下,找地方放好了千斤顶,他不小心檫破了手上的几块皮一会儿,轮胎换好了,但他却弄脏了衣,擦破了手正当他把螺丝拧你时,老太太摇下了车窗的玻璃,跟他聊了起来她说她从圣.路易斯来只是路过这里,她对他来帮助感激不尽比尔只是笑笑,盖上了车的后备箱She asked him how much she owed him. Any amount would have been all right with her. She had aly imagined all the awful things that could have happened had he not stopped. Joe never thought twice about the money. This was not a job to him. This was helping someone in need, and God knows there were plenty who had given him a hand in the past. He had lived his whole life that way, and it never occurred to him to act any other way. He told her that if she really wanted to pay him back, the next time she saw someone who needed help, she could give that person the assistance that they needed, and Joe added ;...and think of me.;她问他该付多少钱,多少钱都可以要不是他停下来帮忙,她知道要发生什么可怕的事情比尔没有在意钱的问题,这不是他的工作,只是给有困难的人帮助罢了,过去有很多人也曾给他以帮助……他就 是这么过来的,也从没有想过不这么做会怎样他告诉她,如果他真想报答他,等下次有人需要帮忙的时候,她可以给他们帮助,比尔补充说:“那时,请想起我”He waited until she started her car and drove off. It had been a cold and depressing day, but he felt good as he headed home, disappearing into the twilight. A few miles down the road the lady saw a small cafe. She went in to grab a bite to eat, and take the chill off bee she made the last leg of her trip home. It was a dingy looking restaurant. Outside were two old gas pumps. The whole scene was unfamiliar to her. The cash register was like the telephone of an out of work actor, it didnt ring much.他一直等到她发动车子离开,天特别冷,阴沉沉的,但他感觉很开心他驾车向家里驶去,消失在黑暗中开了几公里路,老太太看到一家小咖啡店,她准备进去吃点东西,暖暖身子,然后再开车回 家店里光线阴暗,门外有两个旧的油泵整个环境显得很萧条,她很少见过这样的咖啡店,收银机就像过气演员家里的电话机,响不了几下Her waitress came over and brought a clean towel to wipe her wet hair. She had a sweet smile, one that even being on her feet the whole day couldnt erase.女务员拿了一条毛巾,让她把湿漉漉 的头发擦干女务员面带甜甜的微笑,即使在店里站了一天了,她也还是微笑着 6

  The first Oktoberfest was held in 18 to celebrate the wedding of Prince Ludwig, who later became King Ludwig I of Bavaria. The celebration featured horse races, which were repeated the following year, and the festival became an annual event. Beer stands were introduced in 1818, and these were changed to the now-famous beer tents in 1896. The drink is a major feature of the event, and this year visitors are expected to top last year numbers of 5 million liters of beer and 650,000 pork sausages consumed. 首届“啤酒节”于18年举行,为了庆祝路德维格王子的婚礼,嗣后他成了巴伐利亚路德维格一世国王赛马是庆祝活动的特色,来年亦再度举行,此节日因而成为一年一度例行的大事啤酒摊首次引入是在1818年,到了1896年这些摊位已成为今日盛名远扬的啤酒棚喝啤酒是这个节庆的主要特色,去年游客饮用了超过500万公升的啤酒,吃掉了65万条以上的猪肉香肠,预计今年的游客将超过去年的消费数字 1。

  Halloween万圣节One story about Jack, an Irishman, who was not allowed into heaven because he was stingy with his money. So he was sent to hell. But down there he played tricks on the Devil (Satan), so he was kicked out of Hell and made to walk the earth ever carrying a lantern.关于万圣节有这样一个故事是说有一个叫杰克的爱尔兰人,因为他对钱特别吝啬,就不允许他进入天堂,而被打入地狱但是在那里他老是捉弄魔鬼撒旦,所以被踢出地狱,罚他提着灯笼永远在人世里行走Well, Irish children made Jack lanterns on October 31 st from a large potato or turnip, hollowed out with the sides having holes and lit by little candles inside. And Irish children would carry them as they went from house to house begging food the village Halloween festival that honored the Druid 3. abbreviate god Muck Olla. The Irish name these lanterns was ;Jack with the lantern; or ;Jack of the lantern,; abbreviated as ;Jack-o-lantern; and now spelled ;jack-o-lantern.;在 月 31日爱尔兰的孩子们用土豆和萝卡制作;杰克的灯笼他们把中间挖掉、表面上打洞并在里边点上蜡烛为村里庆祝督伊德神的万圣节,孩子们提着这种灯笼挨家挨户乞讨食物这种灯笼的爱尔兰名字是;拿灯笼的杰克;或者;杰克的灯笼缩写为Jack-o-lantern现在拼写为jack-o-lanternThe traditional Halloween you can about in most books was just children fun night. Halloween celebrations would start in October in every elementary-school.现在你在大多数书里读到的万圣节只是孩子们开心的夜晚在小学校里,万圣节是每年十月份开始庆祝的Children would make Halloween decorations, all kinds of orange-paper jack-o-lanterns. And from black paper youd cut ;scary; designs -an evil witch with a pointed hat riding through the sky on a broomstick, maybe with black bats flying across the moon, and that meant bad luck. And of course black cats more bad luck. Sometimes a black cat would ride away into the sky on the back of the witch broom.孩子们会制作万圣节的装饰品各种各样桔黄色的南瓜灯你可以用黑色的纸做一个可怕的造型——一个骑在扫帚把上戴着尖尖帽子的女巫飞过天空,或者是黑蝙蝠飞过月亮这些都代表厄运当然黑猫代表运气更差有时候会出现黑猫骑在女巫扫帚后面飞向天空的造型And on Halloween night wed dress up in Mom or Dad old shoes and clothes, put on a mask, and be y to go outside. The little kids (children younger than we were) had to go with their mother,but we older ones went together to neighbors houses, ringing their doorbell and yelling, ;Trick or treat! ; meaning, ;Give us a treat (something to eat) or well play a trick on you! ;The people inside were supposed to come to the door and comment on our costumes.在万圣节的晚上,我们都穿着爸爸妈妈的旧衣和旧鞋子,戴上面具,打算外出比我们小的孩子必须和他们的母亲一块出去,我们大一点的就一起哄到邻居家,他们的门铃并大声喊道恶作剧还是招待,,意思是给我们吃的,要不我们就捉弄你里边的人们应该出来许价我们的化装Oh! here a ghost. Oh, there a witch. Oh, here an old lady.;噢!这是鬼,那是女巫,这是个老太婆;Sometimes they would play along with us and pretend to be scared by some ghost or witch. But they would always have some candy and maybe an apple to put in our ;Iriek or treat bags.; But what if no one come to the door, or if someone chased us away? Then we d play a trick on them, usually taking a piece of soap and make marks on their windows. And afterwards we would go home and count who got the most candy.有时候他们会跟我们一起玩,假装被鬼或者女巫吓着了但是他们通常会带一些糖果或者苹采放进我们的;恶作剧还是招待;的口袋里可是要是没人回答门铃或者是有人把我们赶开该怎么办呢?我们就捉弄他们,通常是拿一块肥皂把他们的玻瑞涂得乱七八糟然后我们回家,数数谁的糖采最多One popular teenagers Halloween trick was to unroll a roll of toilet paper and throw it high into a tree again and again until the tree was all wrapped in the white paper. The paper would often stay in the tree weeks until a heavy snow or rain washed it off. No real harm done, but it made a big mess of both the tree and the yard under it. One kind of Halloween mischief.还有一个典型的万圣节花招是把一卷手纸拉开,不停地往树上扔,直到树全被白纸裹起来除非下大雪或大雨把纸冲掉,纸会一直呆在树上这并不造成真正的伤害,只是把树和院子搞乱,一种万圣节的恶作剧 397187

  Bowling has been around as a very popular leisure activity many decades.Whether professional or amateur,bowlers go to bowling alleys to bowl at their own paces.Nowadays,bowling alleys are not just bowling;they have games,pool tables,fast foods,and even bars.Over time,these alleys have been transmed into multi-purpose entertainment centers.几十年来,保龄球一直是一项热门的休闲活动不管是专业的还是业余的,打保龄球的人都可以依自己的程度与方式在保龄球馆打保龄球今日,保龄球馆不只是可以打保龄球而已,他们还有电玩游戏,撞球桌,快餐,甚至酒吧经过了许多年的演变,这些场所已变成多功能的休闲中心了In order to beat the competitions,bowling alleys invented something called Cosmic Bowling.With the use of special lightings,it puts bowlers in an environment different from the norm.The lanes are lit with flashing lights,bowlers clothes become illuminated,and glowing balls strike glowing pins.Also,sound systems play the latest pop music on the side,adding beats to the atmosphere.These effects give the game a different flavor,thus attracting those who would otherwise find bowling boring.为了打败竞争对手,保龄球发明了一种叫着“Cosmic Bowling”的玩法,它使用特别的灯具,让打保龄球的人置身于志往常不同的环境中球道旁有闪烁的灯,打球者的衣会发亮,用发亮的球来击倒发亮的瓶子还有,音乐系统在一旁播放最新的流行音乐,添增了一些节奏这些效果让这个游戏有了不同的感受,这就吸引了那些会觉得保龄球枯燥无味的人们Despite its competitive nature,bowling can also be a great social event.It not rare to see people inviting families and friends to have a party at a bowling center.Today,people of all ages can come together to bowl,because there is always something everyone.虽然保龄球本身有着竞争比赛的性质,但它可以是一项社交活动不乏看到人们邀约了家从和朋友们到保龄球馆聚会今日,不同年龄的人们可以一起来打保龄球,因为每个人都可以在此找到他们所喜欢做的事 31

  Your Name你的名字Jessica Blade杰西卡.布莱德I wrote your name in the sky,我把你的名字写在蓝天,but the wind blew it away.可风却把它吹散;I wrote your name in the sand,我把你的名字写在沙滩,but the waves washed it away.可浪却把它冲散I wrote your name in my heart,我把你的名字写在心间,and ever it will stay.它就留在那里,永远永远 856

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