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2019年11月12日 22:50:21 | 作者:丽晚报 | 来源:新华社
我的班级My Class -- :: 来源: I am twelve years old and I am a student of Grade six. There are ty-five students in my class. Twenty-one are boys and twenty-four are girls. My classmates are active. Our teachers like us very much. They feel good to have lectures in my class. In my class, we have good relationship with each other. We are y to help others. I think my classmates are lovely. I feel happy to study with them.我今年岁,是一名六年级学生我们班共有5名学生,1个男生,个女生我们班很活跃,老师都很喜欢我们他们觉得在我们班上课很好在班上,我们与每个人关系都很好,我们总是随时帮助别人我认为我的同学很可爱,和他们一起学习我觉得很开心零钱-- :6:1   Keep the change.   别找零头了   change的本意是“交换”这里指的是付钱以后找回的零头所以change可以泛指“零钱”   比如:I always take some small change with me.   我身上总带些零钱超市(The supermarket) --01 ::9 来源: 超市(The supermarket)   this is a supermarket .it is big and new. its name is wanjia .you can buy many things in the supermarket .  you can buy food like milk,b ,vegetables,chocolate…… ,you can buy school things like books,rubber,pencil……,you can buy clothes like shorts,trousers,shirt.you can buy cupboard,computer,robot,fun,desk,too.  this is a big supermarket ,it is open hours a day. there are many people here. the shop worker is very hard working. they always y to people .  i like going here.Dog -- :3:5 来源: When I was picking up my stuff after school, I saw a dog staring at me at the school gate .I was kind of scary. I thought the dog would bite me when I was going out. But it was not. The dog started to follow me. I was very afraid. I started to run away, but the dog did it, either. Suddenly, the dog ran pass away me. I realized the man in front of me was the owner of the dog. I was relieved.放学后在我收拾着东西的时候,我看见一只在学校门口盯着我看我有点害怕我以为会咬我,但是当我走出去时它并没有开始跟着我我很害怕我开始跑,但是也跟着突然,那只从我旁边跑过去了我才发现我前面那个人是的主人我松了一口气From then on, as long as a dog stares at me, I will look back to have a look whether there is another person near or not.从那时起,只要有盯着我,我都会往后看看是不是有人在旁边

好莱坞英文介绍 --19 19:5: 来源: 好莱坞英文介绍如果有个地方集梦想、金钱于一体,还能让人一夜成名,那就是好莱坞成千上万的游客来这里朝拜,来这里追求财富和荣耀If a single place-name encapsulates the LA dream of glamor, money and overnight success, it’s Hollywood. Millions of tourists arrive on pilgrimages; millions more flock here in pursuit of riches and glory. Hollywood is a weird combination of insatiable optimism and total despair. It really does blur the edges of fact and fiction, simply because so much seems possible 每 and yet so little, most people, actually is. Those who do strike it rich here get out as soon as they can, just as they always have; the big film companies, too, long ago relocated well away, leaving Hollywood in isolation, with prostitution, drug dealing and seedy bookstores as the reality behind the fantasy.   Central Hollywood   The myths, magic, fable and fantasy splattered throughout the few short blocks of Central Hollywood would put a medieval fairytale to shame. A rich sense of nostalgia pervades the area, giving it an appeal no measure of tourists or souvenir postcard stands can diminish. Although you’re much more likely to find a porno theater than spot a real star, the decline which blighted Hollywood from the early 1960s is fast receding. Nevertheless the place still gets hairy after dark, with adolescents cruising Hollywood Boulevard in customized cars and occasional petty criminals on the prowl the odd pocketbook.   The natural place to begin exploring Hollywood Boulevard is the junction of Hollywood and Vine 每 the classic location budding stars to be "spotted" by big-shot directors and whisked off to fame and tune. At 66 Hollywood Blvd, the purple and pink Frederick’s of Hollywood has been (under-) clothing Hollywood’s sex goddesses since 197, as well as mortal bodies all over the world via mail order. Inside, the lingerie museum (free) displays some of the company’s best corsets, bras and panties, donated by happy big-name wearers ranging from Lana Turner to Cher.   A little further on, the Egyptian Theater at no. 67 was financed by impresario Sid Grauman, in a modest attempt to re-create the Temple of Thebes. The very first Hollywood premiere (Robin Hood) took place here in 19. Now owned by the city, Grauman’s Thebes is currently closed renovations as part of a three-year plan to restore the fake mummies and hieroglyphics of this temple of cinema to their mer glory and remake the theater into a center film study. No Hollywood visitor will want to miss the mundane yet magical foot and hand prints in the concrete concourse of the 197 Chinese Theatre at 695 Hollywood Blvd. Actress Norma Talmadge (supposedly by accident) trod in wet cement while visiting the construction site, and the practice has continued ever since, starting with Mary Pickd and Douglas Fairbanks Sr, at the opening of King of Kings, and recently involving stars such as Al Pacino. Through the halcyon decades, this was the spot movie first-nights. As the building, it’s an odd western version of a classical Chinese temple, replete with dodgy Chinese motifs and upturned dragon tail flanks.   The Roosevelt Hotel opposite was movieland’s first luxury hotel, its Cinegrill restaurant hosting the likes of W C Fields and F Scott Fitzgerald, not to mention hangers-on like Ronald Reagan. In 199 the first Oscars were presented here, beginning the long tradition of Hollywood rewarding itself in the absence of honors from elsewhere.  Despite the beliefs of some of their loopiest fans, even the biggest Hollywood stars have been mortal; the many LA cemeteries that hold their tombs get at least as many visitors as the city’s museums. In the southeast corner of the Hollywood Memorial Cemetery, near Santa Monica Boulevard and Gower Street, a mausoleum contains the resting place of Rudolph Valentino, the celebrated screen lover who died aged just 31 in 196. To this day on each anniversary of his passing (August 3), at least one "Lady in Black" 每 as his posthumous devotees are known 每 will likely be found mourning. The achingly ostentatious memorial to Douglas Fairbanks Sr, who with his wife Mary Pickd did much to introduce social snobbery among movie-making people, is just outside. Also on view are the graves of Hollywood’s more recently deceased inhabitants: an increasingly large population of Russian and Armenian immigrants.   Griffith Park   The gentle greenery and rugged mountain slopes that make up vast Griffith Park northeast of Hollywood (daily 5am每.30pm, mountain roads close at dusk; free) are a welcome escape from the mind-numbing hubbub of the city. The landmark Observatory (Tues每Fri 每pm, Sat每Sun .30每pm; free) here has been seen in innumerable Hollywood films, most famously Rebel Without a Cause, and the surrounding acres add up to the largest municipal park in the country, one of the few places where LA’s multitude of racial and social groups at least go through the motions of mixing together.   Above the landscaped flat sections, the hillsides are rough and wild, marked only by foot and bridle paths, leading into desolate but appealingly unspoiled terrain that gives great views over the LA basin and out to the ocean, provided the city smog isn’t too thick. One way to explore is on a rented bike from Woody’s Bicycle World, 37 Los Feliz Blvd (661-6665), a short distance away. The park is safe enough by day, but its reputation after-dark violence is well founded.   Hollywood Hills   The views from the Hollywood Hills take in a bizarre assortment of opulent properties. Around these canyons and slopes, which run from Hollywood itself into Benedict Canyon above Beverly Hills, mansions are so commonplace that only the half-dozen fully blown castles (at least, Hollywood-style castles) really stand out. On Mulholland Drive are Rudolph Valentino’s extravagant Falcon Lair and Errol Flynn’s Mulholland House; down Benedict Canyon is the mer home of actress Sharon Tate, one of the victims of the Manson Family. Guided tours can point out which is which, but the most part you can’t get close to the most elaborate dwellings anyway, and none is open to the public.   From more or less anywhere in Hollywood, you can see the Hollywood Sign, erected as a property advertisement in 193 (when it spelt "Hollywoodland"; the "land" was removed in 199). The sign is also famous as a suicide spot, though few have followed the 193 example of would-be movie star Peg Entwhistle. Hers was no mean feat, the sign being as hard to reach then as it is now: from the end of Beachwood Drive (a route that afds a fine view of the sign) she picked a path slowly upwards through the thick bush, to leap to her death from the 50ft "H". the first time in its sixty-five-year existence, the sign is being insured against earthquake damage. Infra-red cameras and radar-activated zoom lenses have been installed to catch graffiti writers. Innocent tourists who can’t resist a close look are also liable the fine. 好莱坞 英文介绍

通电话-- :5: A:Tony? Oh,it's been a while since we've talked to each other. So nice to hear you again.   Tony?好久没通电话了听到你的声音太好了   B:Same here. Hey, did you know Terry is going to be married? She invited me to her wedding and she wants you to attend also.   我也是,你知道Terry要结婚了吗?她请我参加她的婚礼她也想让你去   A:Really?   真的吗?   B:Definitely. I'm calling to tell you this.   是的我打电话就是告诉你这个的   A:Why didn't she call me?   她怎么不打给我   B:She tried. But the line is always busy.   她打过,可线路老是忙   A:Well, I may have stayed on the phone too long. Can you give me her number? I'll call her later.   我也许打电话时间太长了你能给我她的号码吗?我呆会给她打过去   B:Of course. It's 555-653.   当然,555-653.   A:Thanks. So how are things with you?   谢谢你最近怎么样?   B:Pretty good. I just bought a new house.   很好我才买了新房   A:Wow! Great! Whereabouts ?   太棒了在哪啊?   B:In the suburbs. How are you and Shadow? Still living in town?   郊区你和Shadow怎么样?还在城里住吗?   A:Yeah, she loves it. It's really convenient. All the theaters and shopping malls are within walking distance. Well, I gotta go. I'll get in touch with you soon.   是的,城里很方便所有的电影院和购无中心都很近我回头再和你聊吧   B:Okay, don't get to call Terry.   好吧别忘了给她打电话   A:Don't worry. Bye.   别担心再见   B:Bye.   再见   Attention Please…特别提醒   [你可以请外教反复帮你模仿训练下面句子词组的正宗美式发音]   [1]The line is always busy.电话占线叫The line is busy.或是The line is engaged.打不通电话叫I can't get through.   []whereabouts表示哪里,什么地方和where的用法差不多不过它还可以作为名词使用,表示"下落,所在地" ie: Only I know his whereabouts.   Get the phone. hot line pay phone receiver hang up hold on

《狮子王经典台词 -- 3::50 来源:kekenet lt;二gt;《狮子王The Lion King: 1. Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. 世界上所有的生命都在微妙的平衡中生存 . I laugh in the face of danger. 越危险就越合我心意 3. I’m only brave when I have to be. Being brave doesn’t mean you go looking trouble. 我只是在必要的时候才会勇敢,勇敢并不代表你要到处闯祸 . When the world turns its back on you, you turn your back on the world. 如果这个世界对你不理不睬,你也可以这样对待它5. It’s like you are back from the dead. 好像你是死而复生似的 6. You can’t change the past. 过去的事是不可以改变的 7. Yes, the past can hurt. But I think you can either run from it or learn from it. 对,过去是痛楚的,但我认为你要么可以逃避,要么可以向它学习 8. This is my kingdom. If I don’t fight it, who will? 这是我的国土,我不为她而战斗,谁为呢? 9. Why should I believe you? Everything you ever told me was a lie. 我为何要相信你?你所说的一切都是谎话 . I’ll make it up to you, I promise. 我会补偿你的,我保 狮子王 经典台词

My Best Friend -- :58: 来源: Hello! Everyone. I’ll introduce my best friend to you. Her name is Zhou Xun. Her English name is Zoe. I like her English name better. Zoe likes it, too.Zoe is a lovely girl. She is not tall. She is very thin. She has a round face and two small eyes. Her hair is short. She often wears a pink dress, because pink is her favorite color. She always has a smiling face, so everyone likes her very much.Zoe is a clever girl. She’s our monitor. She works hard at school everyday. She likes to ask and answer the questions. Her copybooks are clean and tidy. Her handwriting is very beautiful. She is good at English and math. She is a top student in our class.Zoe is a versatile girl. She can play the piano. She can draw pictures. She can tango. She can swim. She can do everything very well.Zoe has a big dog. Its name is Xiao Xiong. They are good friends. I like it, too.Do you like my best friend, Zoe?

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