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2019年09月18日 22:23:29
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Thanksgiving Thanksgiving was first celebrated in 1,when Plymouth governor William Bradd invited neighboring Native Americans1) to join the Pilgrims) a three-day festival in gratitude the successful harvest that followed a hard winter. The feast they sat down to3) had very little in common with today's celebration,however.It is quite likely that their feast consisted of fish,venison),corn and other vegetables.Today's traditional dinner of turkey,mashed5) potatoes,green bean casserole6),cranberry7) sauce8) and pumpkin9) pie is mainly the result of a strong advertising campaign by turkey producers. Thanksgiving was proclaimed a national holiday by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863.Many Americans consider this to be only an American holiday although it is also celebrated in Canada and harvest festivals are held throughout the world. 918上海美容医院排名Spring Fever Peter could no longer remain in doors, not another minute. The beautiful spring days gave him strange feelings. It left him helpless with no control over himself. He took his hat and walked out of his office. Peter kept going until he reached Highland Amusement park. He knew this park;here he had felt the first excitement of love more than 5 years ago. Now he was a married man with a wife and years old boy and he loved them dearly, but it was spring and some-how he felt free as the wind, the way he felt in his twenties when he thought he had the world in his hands. The whole park was over-whelmed by a holiday atmosphere as if life had opened a new road the people. He felt the same way deep down within him. He wanted something to happen to him, something new and different. He thought of his wife knitting her sweater. Billy would be playing his toy or fixing his bicycle. If he had been at home with them, he would be fixing the flower bed and working around the house. But he did not feel that way now. The fever of adventure rose within him. He was carried away by a rebellion against the principle he had respected. Inside the amusement park, he stopped in front a shooting gallery1) and watched the man shoot down white ten ducks and birds. The gallery owner turned to Peter and said:“Come on. Try your luck, win a nice prize your girlfriend. ”Peter laughed. “Ok. Brother. ”He said:“I will try it. ”He picked up a rifle), aimed at the moving ducks and pulled the trigger3) quickly shot after shot, and he won a big doll.He walked away and then he saw a young woman. Without hesitation, Peter held the doll out to her and said, “Pardon me, but would you do me a favour? I feel funny carrying this doll around. So would you mind taking it?It needs a mother. ”The girl shook off her surprise and laughed. “Well. If it embarrasses) you, I suppose there is nothing else I can do.” She accepted the doll and thanked him. “It’s lovely. Where ever did you get it?”“I won it at the shooting gallery. ”He told her and almost without realizing it, he was walking beside her up the path through the park.黄浦去红血丝价格A lady in a faded gingham dress and her husband, dressed in a homespun thbare suit, stepped off the train in Boston, and walked timidly without an appointment into the president of Harvard’s outer office .The secretary could tell in a moment that such backwoods country folk had not business at Harvard, and probably didn’t even deserve to be in Cambridge .She frowned. ”We want to see the president,” the man said softly.” He’ll be busy all day,” the secretary snapped.” We’ll wait,” the lady replied. hours, the secretary ignored them, hoping that the couple would finally become discouraged and go away. They didn’t. And the secretary grew frustrated and finally decided to disturb the president. ”Maybe if they just see you a few minutes, they’ll leave,” she told him. He signed in exasperation and nodded. Someone of his importance obviously didn’t have the time to spend with nobodies, but he detested gingham and homespun suits cluttering his office.The president, stern-faced with dignity, strutted toward the couple .The lady told him, ”We had a son that attended Harvard one year .He loved Harvard, and was very happy here. But he was accidentally killed. And my husband and I would like to erect a memorial to him somewhere on campus. ”The president wasn’t touched, and she was shocked, ”Madam,” he said gruffly, ”we can’t put up a statue every person who attended Harvard and died, this place would look like a cemetery.“Oh, no“ the lady explained quickly, “we don’t want to erect a statue .We thought we would give a building to Harvard.” The president rolled his eyes. He glanced at the gingham dress and homespun suit, and then exclaimed, ”A building! Do you have and earthly idea how much a building costs? We have over seven and a half million dollars in the physical plant at Harvard. a moment the lady was silent. The president was pleased .He could get rid of them now. The lady turned to her husband and said quietly.” Is that all it costs to start a university?” Her husband nodded .The president’s face wilted in confusion and bewilderment. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stand walked away, traveling to Palo Alto, Calinia where they established the university that bears their name -------a memorial to a son that Harvard no longer cared about.You can easily judge the character of others by how they treat those who can do nothing them or to them. 39Catch of a Lifetime He was years old and went fishing every chance he got from the dock at his family’s 1)cabin on an island in the middle of a New Hampshire lake. On the day bee the )bass season 3)opened, he and his father were fishing early in the evening, catching )sunfish and 5)perch with worms. Then he tied on a small silver 6)lure and practiced casting. The lure struck the water and caused colored 7)ripples in the sunset, then silver ripples as the moon rose over the lake. When his 8)peapole doubled over, he knew something huge was on the other end. His father watched with admiration as the boy skillfully worked the fish alongside the dock. Finally, he very 9)gingerly lifted the exhausted fish from the water. It was the largest one he had ever seen, but it was a bass. The boy and his father looked at the handsome fish, )gills playing back and th in the moonlight. The father lit a match and looked at his watch. It was P.M.-- two hours bee the season opened. He looked at the fish, then at the boy. “You’ll have to put it back, son,” he said. “Dad!” cried the boy. “There will be other fish,” said his father. “Not as big as this one,” cried the boy. He looked around the lake. No other fishermen or boats were anywhere around in the moonlight. He looked again at his father. Even though no one had seen them, nor could anyone ever know what time he caught the fish, the boy could tell by the clarity of his father’s voice that the decision was not )negotiable. He slowly worked the hook out of the lip of the huge bass and lowered it into the black water. The creature )swished its powerful body and disappeared. The boy suspected that he would never again see such a great fish. That was years ago. Today, the boy is a successful architect in New York City. His father’s cabin is still there on the island in the middle of the lake. He takes his own son and daughters fishing from the same dock. And he was right. He has never again caught such a magnificent fish as the one he landed that night long ago. But he does see that same fish-again and again-every time he comes up against a question of )ethics. , as his father taught him, ethics are simple matters of right and wrong. It is only the practice of ethics that is difficult. Do we do right when no one is looking? Do we refuse to )cut corners to get the design in on time? Or refuse to trade stocks based on inmation that we know we aren’t supposed to have? We would if we were taught to put the fish back when we were young. we would have learned the truth. The decision to do right lives fresh and fragrant in our memory. It is a story we will proudly tell our friends and grandchildren. Not about how we had a chance to beat the system and took it, but about how we did the right thing and were ever )strengthened. 896上海脱毛哪家好

静安区人民中医院割双眼皮手术价格费用上海哪个医院去腋毛好请老外吃饭口语必备(1):在家招待客人 -- :9:58 来源:   You would no doubt be interested in Chinese cooking  你一定喜欢中国菜  Dinner is y. Please come to the table  饭菜好了,请入席  What would you like to drink?  你要喝什么?  Mr. Taylor, which do you prefer, beer or wine?  Mr. Taylor,你要啤酒还是葡萄酒  Wouldn't you care something a little stronger?  你不介意喝点烈酒吧?  Here's to our friendship and to your health, Cheers!  为我们的友谊和您的健康,干杯!  Ah, here come the egg rolls  Ah,上春卷儿了  It tastes best when taken piping hot  趁热吃好吃  Have some more, please  请再来点儿  To the success of your Guangzhou trip!  为你的广州之行成功干杯!  May I help you get some pieces of sweet and sour fish?  我给你夹点糖醋鱼吧  No more, thank you, I'm really full  够了,谢谢,我真饱了  I'm afraid i've had more than enough  我吃的太饱啦  May I fill your glass again?  要再给你加点酒吗?  Try some of the cold dishes  吃点凉菜吧  Another course is coming up  另一道菜上来了  Just help yourself to whatever you'd like  请随便挑你喜欢的吃  Since you don't help yourself, I'll help you with some fish balls  既然你自己不下筷,我只好来帮你搛点鱼丸 客人 在家 必备 吃饭善用persiflage(英法文化差异) -01-6 3:9: 来源: 《达芬奇密码在热播,场景在巴黎与伦敦之间切换,耳边听的也是忽而法语,忽而英语——这是先打个岔,提醒您注意下面的文字: 我们平时说的英语里有大把的法语外来词,最为熟知的是一类“饮食”词汇,如:champagne,pork,venison……再之,军事上的如:skirmish(小规模战斗);衣饰方面的如:satin(缎子)……它们基本都传承了法语的原意,在英语系国家继续发扬光大但是,并不是所有的法语词到了英国就能原汁原味地存活下来,今天说的persiflage(打趣)就是提醒大家:同是“打趣”,用在不同国家,内涵可不相同!先看一句话:“So long! And maybe sometime next week as I am dull, I would call you to persiflage”(回头见,下周啥时无聊了,打电话找你逗逗趣儿)很明显,根据附带的译文,persiflage在句中相当于good-natured teasing(善意的打趣或逗笑),丝毫不含有侮辱或不友好之意但如果用在“原产地”法国,对朋友说这话可就不敬了在法语中,persiflage的意思是“mock”(挖苦,讥讽,嘲笑),词根“per”相当于thoroughly(彻底地),siflage则来源于拉丁语拟声词sibilare(吹口哨或唏嘘,发嘶嘶声),所以,只要想一想观众看演出时不满意起哄的场景,您肯定不敢对法国朋友滥用persiflage!(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 法语 英语 提醒 相当于上海市仁济医院去眼袋多少钱常用英语口语之批评指责 --9 :18:1 来源: 常用英语口语之批评指责1. They deserved to be punished.他们应该受罚. How dare you say such a thing?你竟敢说出这种事?3. How dare you make such a remark?你竟敢做这样的?. How dare you laugh in my face?你竞敢当面嘲笑我?5. How dare you speak to your mother that way?你竟敢那样跟你母亲说话?6. You deserved being scolded by your teacher.你活该被老师骂7. When I told her this matter, she just laughed at me.当她听到这件事的时候,她居然嘲笑我8. He didn't deserve this. He didn't deserve any of it.他不应该碰到这件事一点也不应该9. Don't do it, even if they truly deserve it.即使他们真的活该被你骂,也不要这样做.Serve him right, he should arrange his affairs better.活该,他应该把他的事情处理得好一些.When I was beaten by my father, my mother said that I had it coming.我挨我父亲打的时候,我妈妈说我活该.Mind your words when you talk to her next time. That mightsmooth things over. 下次跟她说话时小心措辞,那样有助于把事情化解 常用英语口语上海开双眼皮哪里好

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