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实用口语:有关“穿衣打扮”的英语表达 -- :9:9 来源:   衣装应该是一个永远都不会过时的话题无论何时何地,跟什么人在一起,衣着的话题总是能够引起共鸣今天我们也来说说有关衣装的一些常用表达吧  1. What will you wear the party?  晚会上你穿什么?  . I'll wear my blue dress  我会穿我的蓝色裙子  3. Don't you think it's too mal?  你不觉得太正式了吗?  . I like your new dress. Where did you get it?  我喜欢你这件新衣在哪儿买的啊?  5. It's not new. I bought it two years ago  不是新买的,我两年前就买了  6. You should have your suit cleaned and ironed  你应该把你的套装拿去洗烫一下  7. You'd better put on your jacket. It's cold outside  你最好穿上夹克,外面冷  8. The blouse no longer fits me  这件衬衣现在不合身了  9. My son has outgrown these trousers  这条裤子我儿子已经穿不进去了  . The shoes are worn-out  这鞋已经不能穿了  . I don't like wearing the unim  我不喜欢穿制  . The color matches you quite well  这颜色跟你很相配  . Your shoe lace is loose  你的鞋带松了  . You got to fasten the collar buttons  你忘了扣领纽了  . Take off your hat. It doesn't fit  别戴帽子不适合这个场合 英语 表达 口语 有关

Dog and CatIt is reported that the following addition to the Book of Genesis of the Bible was discovered in the Dead Sea Scrolls.If authentic,it would shed light on the question,“Where did pets come from?”And Adam said,“Lord,when I was in the garden,you walked with me every day.Now I do not see you anymore.I am lonesome here and it is difficult me to remember how much you love me.”And God said,“No problem.I will create a companion you that will be with you ever and who will be a reflection of my love you,so that you will know I love you,even when you can not see me.Regardless of how selfish and childish and unlovable you may be,this new companion will accept you as you are and will love you as I do,in spite of yourself.”And God created a new animal to be a companion Adam.And it was a good animal.And God was pleased.And the new animal was pleased to be with Adam and he wagged his tail.And Adam said,“But Lord,I have aly named all the animals in the Kingdom and all the good names are taken and I cannot think of a name this new animal.”And God said,“No problem.Because I have created this new animal to be a reflection of my love you,his name will be a reflection of my own name,and you will call him DOG.”And Dog lived with Adam and was a companion to him and Eve and loved them.And A dam was comted.And God was pleased.And Dog was content and wagged his tail.After a while,it came to pass that Adam's guardian angel came to the Lord and said,“Lord,Adam has become filled with pride.He struts and preens like a peacock and believes he is worthy of adoration.Dog has indeed taught him that he is loved,but no one has taught him humility.”And the Lord said,“No problem.I will create him a companion who will be with him ever and who will see him as he is.The companion will remind him of his limitations,so he will know he is not worthy of adoration.”And God created CAT to be a companion f or Adam.And CAT would not obey Adam.And when Adam gazed into Cat's eyes,he was reminded that he was not their supreme being.And Adam learned humility.And God was pleased.And Adam was greatly improved.And CAT did not care one way or the other 189

常用英语口语之感谢致歉 --6 :39:00 来源: 常用英语口语之感谢致歉1.I appreciate your kindness.非常感谢你的关心.give my ignorance.请原谅我的无知3.I'm sorry to give you so much trouble.真抱歉给你添了这么多麻烦.I'm terribly sorry. I really apologize that.非常抱歉5.It was really quite unintentional.真的,那完全是无意的6.I'm sorry the way I snapped at you. 请原谅我不分青红皂白地责备了你7·I must apologize being so careless. 我必须为自己的粗心道歉8.Thanks your understanding. I'll try to do better in the future.谢谢您的谅解以后我会多多改进的9.I am so sorry. I didn't notice you. It was quite unintentional.我很抱歉,我没有注意到你,这实在不是有意的.get it. I'd have done exactly as you did if I had been in your situation.忘掉它吧我要是遇上你那情形,我也会那样做的.Well,let's just get about it.Tomorrow it'll be as if nothing ever happened.那就让我们忘了它吧明天起就当这件事从来没发生过 常用英语口语

  当我从床上滑下的时候,我并没有领悟到父亲的话该是多么地正确是的,这一生,我会像记住许多其他事情一样,永远牢记我曾射杀了那只小鸟 The day my father gave me a BB gun was my twelfth birthday,and I almost couldn’t help jumping up and down when I saw what it was.With a smile,he led me outside and showed me how to shoot――first loading the gun,pumping it a few times,aiming,and,finally,firing.Bee handing the gun to me,he in-toned ,“I don’t ever want to see you killing anything.That’ s not why I bought you this gun.”I think he was afraid that I‘ d learn what real power felt like.Whatever.It was okay with me because I figured I‘ d find plenty of other targets.“Hey,Mike.”I yelled to my friend upon making one of my greatest discoveries.“Check this out.”I aimed at the top of the telephone pole.“What’ re you doing?”he asked.I fired,and the BB smacked1) the top of the pole,causing a loud“DING”to ring out.“Cool.”Mike said.I smiled like the king of the world――a smile that grew even wider when Mike couldn’t hit the same target.The neat thing was that no matter how many times you shot those things they never broke.Then again,maybe that’s why it got boring.A few months later,I found myself walking down the street,gun in hand,searching new targets.I stopped by a telephone pole,popping off a few shots with nothing better to do.Suddenly,a bird swooped down and landed on the wire.It was a pigeon,and it cooed and shuffled its footing,completely oblivious to my watchful eye.Here I was,a bored kid,holding a BB gun,and a bird standing right there in front of me――and no one around to tell my dad.It was so perfect,I figured it was a sign from God.I aimed straight at the pigeon),held my breath,and squeezed3) slowly upon the trigger.But I hesitated.I was about to kill a bird,a concept that felt at one moment queazy,at another exciting.The exciting part won.I fired.The bird dropped like a rock,one wing flopping behind as it fell.The bushes obscured) its impact,but I heard it thump into the dirt.Bee lowering the gun,I realized what I’d done ――I‘d killed my first animal.I should’ve ran to my friend Mike’s house and dragged him back to see the dead pigeon.But instead I whispered,“Oh no,”and charged into the brush.My stomach was tied in knots5),and I prayed,“Oh God,please don’t let it be dead.”The pigeon lay there with blood streaming from its beak,feathers large and small scattered about.I poked it with the gun barrel but it remained still.I reached out and rolled it over,but its head drooped lifelessly to the side.After burying it,I hurried home,stashed my BB gun in the closet and went to hide in my room.When my dad got home that evening,I ced myself to go downstairs so he wouldn’t think anything was wrong,but,the instant he looked at me,I‘d have sworn he knew.Yet he put an arm around me and said,“Hey son,how was your day?”“Um,okay.”I told him.“That’s all,”he frowned,“just okay?”I could feel my face tingling6).“Yeah,just okay.”And,trying to make it at least halfway believable,I shrugged7).He nodded,hand still resting on my shoulder.“Well,”he said,“it’s almost dinner time.Let’ s go set the table.”I was dead silent as I laid the plates out.I felt as though every time I turned around,Dad was looking at me,but whenever I stole a glance in his direction,he seemed simply to be paying attention to collecting ks and arranging glass.After Dad poured me some milk,I barely uttered a “thank you”as he took his seat.Watching him,I figured if I could just make it through dinner,I‘ d be okay.Mom gave us each a potato and uncovered the main dish in the center of the table.It was chicken.I almost barfed on my plate.I looked at my mom,then at my dad,and,just bee bursting into tears8),I pushed my chair back and ran to my room.I had my head buried in my pillow when I felt Dad rubbing my back.My tears slowly faded9),and I was able to lift my head.He didn’t say anything,but just rested his hand upon me and waited with a soft look in his eye.“I...”my voice cracked and I cleared my throat.“I shot a bird today.”“Oh?”my father replied,his expression unchanging.“Yeah.It was a pigeon.On the telephone line.I killed it.”Dad paused bee asking,“And how did it feel?”“It felt...Awful,”I answered and looked down.“I’ m sure it did.That’s one of the reasons I said you shouldn’t shoot birds.”I glanced at him,“Are you gonna punish me?”“Hmm,”he replied with his finger on his lips.“You misused your BB gun,and you disobeyed me.What you need is to always remember how bad it felt to kill that poor bird.”I turned my head down again,but he put a finger on my chin and lifted until I met his gaze.“Somehow,”he told me.“I think you will.”And,slapping me on the rear,he said,“Now lets go get dinner.”Little did I know as I slid from the bed that my father was right――I would remember killing that bird――along with a lot of other things――the rest of my life. 119

  How to grow old by Bertrand Russell 1、In spite of the title, this will really be on how not to grow old,which,at my time of life,is a much more important subject.My first advice would be to choose your ancestors.My maternal grandfather,it is true,was cut off in the flower of his youth at the age of sixty-seven,but my other three grandparents all lived to be over eighty.Of remoter ancestors I can only discover one who did not live to a great age,and he died of a disease which is now rare,namely,having his head cut off. 、A great grandmother of mine,who was a friend of Gibbon,lived to the age of ninety-two,and to her last day remained a terror to all her descendants.My maternal grandmother,after having nine children who survived,one who died in infancy,and many miscarriages,as soon as she became a widow,devoted herself to woman\'s higher education.She was one of the founders of Girton College,and worked hard at opening the medical profession to women.She used to relate how she met in Italy an elder gentleman who was looking very sad.She inquired the cause of his melancholy and he said that he had just parted from his two grandchildren."Good gracious"she exclaimed,"I have seventy-two grandchildren,and if I were sad each time I parted from one of them,I should have a dismal existence!""Mdaresnaturale,"he replied.But speaking as one of the seventy-two,I perfer her recipe.After the age of eighty she found she had some diffculty in getting to sleep,so she habitually spent the hours from midnight to 3 a.m. in ing popular science.I do not believe that she ever had time to notice that she was growing old.This,I think,is proper recipe remaining young.If you have wide and keen interests and activities in which you can still be effective,you will have no reason to think about the merely statistical fact of the number of years you have aly lived,still less of the probable brevity of you future. 3、As regards health I have nothing useful to say since I have little experience of illness.I eat and drink whatever I like,and sleep when I can not keep awake.I never do anything whatever on the ground that it is good health,though in actual fact the things I like doing are mostly wholesome. 、Psychologically there are two dangers to be guardsed against in old age.One of these is undue absorption in the past.It does not do to live in memories,in regrets the good old days,or in sadness about friends who are dead.One\'s thoughts must be directed to the future and to things about which there is something to be done.This is not always easyone\'s own past is gradually increasing weight.It is easy to think to oneself that one\'s emotions used to be more vivid than they are,and one\'s mind keener.If this is true it should be gotten,and if it is gotten it will probably not be true. 5、The other thing to be avoided is clingling to youth in the hope of sucking vigor from its vitality.When your children are grown up they want to live their own lives,and if you continue to be as interested in them as you were when they were young,you are likely become a burden to them,unless they are unusually callous.I do not mean that one should be without interested in them,but one\'s interest should be contemplative and if possible,philanthropic,but not unduely emotional. Animals become indifferent to their young as soon as their young can look after themselves,but human beings,owing to the length of infancy,find this difficult. 19。

  生命中到底什么最重要?是金钱,是地位,是名誉,是你远大的志向,还是对家人的关爱? Ready or not, some day it will all come to an end. There will be no more sunrises, no days, no hours or minutes. All the things you collected, whether treasured or gotten, will pass to someone else. Your wealth, fame and temporal power will shrivel to irrelevance. It will not matter what you owned or what you were owed. Your grudges, resentments, frustrations, and jealousies will finally disappear. So, too, your hopes, ambitions, plans, and to-do lists will all expire. The wins and losses that once seemed so important will fade away. It won't matter where you came from, or on what side of the tracks you lived. It won't matter whether you were beautiful or brilliant. Your gender, skin color, ethnicity will be irrelevant. So what will matter? How will the value of your days be measured? What will matter is not what you bought, but what you built; not what you got, but what you gave. What will matter is not your success, but your significance. What will matter is not what you learned, but what you taught. What will matter is not your competence, but your character. What will matter is not how many people you knew, but how many will feel a lasting loss when you're gone. What will matter is not your memories, but the memories of those who loved you. What will matter is how long you will be remembered, by whom and what. Living a life that matters doesn't happen by accident. It's not a matter of circumstance but of choice. Choose to live a life that matters. 1896

  我从此领悟到人类和我自己情绪变化的奥秘对于自己千变万化的个性,我不在听之任之,我将积极主动的控制情绪,从而掌握自己的命运I will know that only those with inferior ability can always be at their best ,and I am not inferior.There will be days when I must IN THE WORLD constantly struggle against ces which would tear me down,Those such sa despair and sadness are simple to recognize but there are others which approach with a smile and the hand of friendship and they can slso destroy me.Against them,too.I must never relinquish control.And with this new knowledge I will also understand and recognize the moods of him on whom i call, I will make allowances his anger and irritation of today he knows not the secret of controlling his mind.i can withstand him arrows and insults now I know that tomorrow he will change and be a joy to approach.No longer will I judge a man on one meeting;no longer will i fail to call again tomorrow on he who meets me with hate today.this day he will not buy gold chariots a penny,yet tomorrow he would exchange his home a tree.My knowledge of this secret will be my key to great wealth.Henceth I will recognize and identify the mystery of moods in all mankind,and in me.From this moment I am prepared to control whatever personality awakes in me each day.I will master my moods through positive action and when I master my moods I will control my destiny.I will become master of myself. 7666口语盘点第一季:老美嘴边500句之六 --19 ::18 来源: 36. There go the house lights. 剧院的灯光灭了37. They are paid by the hour. 他们时取酬3. Things are getting better. 情况正在好转39. Wake me up at five thirty. 请在五点半叫醒我330. We are all busy with work. 我们都忙于工作331. Where do you want to meet? 你想在哪儿见面?33. You can get what you want. 你能得到你想要的333. A barking dog doesn‘t bite! 吠犬不咬人3. Are you free this Saturday? 你这个星期六有空吗?335. Be careful not to fall ill. 注意不要生病了336. Being a mother is not easy. 做一个母亲是不容易的337. Brevity is the soul of wit. 简洁是智慧的精华338. Cancer is a deadly disease. 癌症是一种致命的疾病339. Did you fight with others? 你又和别人打架了吗?0. Don’t dream away your time. 不要虚度光阴1. Don‘t keep me waiting long. 不要让我等得太久. He has a remarkable memory. 他有惊人的3. He has completed the task. 他完成了这个任务. He has quite a few friends. 他有不少的朋友5. He is capable of any crime. 他什么样的坏事都能干得出来6. He walks with a quick pace. 他快步走路7. He was not a little tired. 他很累8. His looks are always funny. 他的样子总是滑稽可笑9. How about going to a movie? 去看场电影怎么样?350. I think I’ve caught a cold. 我想我得了感冒351. I was taking care of Sally. 我在照顾萨莉35. I wish I lived in NEWYORK. 我希望住在纽约353. I‘m very glad to hear that. 很高兴听你这样说35. I’m your lucky fellow then. 我就是你的幸运舞伴啦!355. It‘s none of your business! 这不关你的事儿!356. No littering on the campus. 在校园内不准乱丢废物357. She is a good-looking girl. 她是一个漂亮女孩358. She mended the broken doll. 她修补了破了的洋娃娃359. So I just take what I want. 那么我只拿我所需要的东西360. Spring is a pretty season, 春天是一个好季节361. The figure seems all Right. 数目看起来是对的36. The stars are too far away. 星星太遥远了363. The whole world knows that. 全世界都知道36. Tomorrow will be a holiday. 明天放假365. We walk on the garden path. 我们走在花园小径上366. What you need is just rest. 你需要的就是休息367. What’s your favorite steps? 你最喜欢跳什么舞?368. You‘d better let her alone. 你们最好是让她一个人呆会儿369. A lost chance never returns. 错过的机会永不再来370. Don’t let this get you down. 不要为此灰心丧气371. He shot the lion with a gun. 他用把狮子打死了37. I don‘t think you are right. 我认为你是不对的373. I have never seen the movie. 我从未看过那部电影37. I haven’t seen you ages. 我好久没见到你了375. I was alone,but not lonely. 我独自一人,但并不觉得寂寞376. I went there three days ago. 我三天前去过那儿377. It‘s a friendly competition. 这是一场友谊赛378. It’s very thoughtful of you. 你想得真周到379. May I speak to Lora,please? 我能和劳拉说话吗?380. Mr.Wang is fixing his bike. 王先生在修他的自行车 口语 盘点 第一季实用口语:群聊时的插话技巧 -01- :: 来源: 课堂讨论时,公司开会brainstorming时,同学聚会争论某个问题时,都需要我们适时表达自己的意见怎么样表达才能让别人听到并注意到呢?今天,我们就来说一说表达意见的不同方式   1. 表达自己意见   I think that... 我认为... (最简单的表达,也最直接)   It seems to me that... 在我看来... (可以用作表达意见,或者总结或者认可对方说的话)   I would argue that...我是这么看的... (这里面用would来弱化语气)   Just to go along with what you said... 顺着你刚才说的,... (这句话,真的很好用,承上启下这句话还好在,它使你现在插话看上去很合理,因为你是为了顺着前面的那个人继续说)   Going back to what xxx said... 回到刚才XXX说的,... (同上不过一般是你已经说了几句,此事,想要与别人刚刚提到过或者蜻蜓点水说的的东西扯上点关系这句话的好处就是,一能让别人看到我的说法和你是有一致之处的, 二能表现他刚才说的东西你还有印象)   . 同意或者反对   I agree with you. 我同意你说的(最简单的)   Building on what XX has just said, ....就刚才XXX说的,...   I am with you..., but [main point]. 我明白你的意思,不过... (这里I am with you不一定表示同意也不一定表示反对,它主要的意思是说"你说的我听懂了我跟上你说的了)   I follow your logic, but have you thought aboutconsidered this... [main point]...? 你说的我明白了,但是你有没有想过...(和上面一句话的逻辑是一样的)   I see what you are saying, but I'm not sure I would argue that... 我明白你的意思,不过我不确定我的观点与你一致... (和上面两句话的逻辑一样)   With all due respect, I think... 恕我直言,我认为...   3. 谦虚的反对   Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't [a different topic]...? 如果我说错了,请你们指正,不过是不是...?   I'm not an expert on..., it seems to me that... 我在这方面是外行,在我看来...   I might be wrong, but ... 可能我理解错了,不过...   I suspect that I lack some inmation about this aspect, but here is my two cents. 可能我对这方面的信息了解不够充分,我的看法是...   I am not sure about this..., you might want to check with Professor X... Would you mind lettingme know what heshe says? 这个我不太确定,或许你可以找XX教授确认一下到时候麻烦你告诉我一下他是怎么说的,可以吗?   This is one way to look at it. Another way to look at it might be.... 你这是一种看法,我另外还有一种看法是...(这句话通常在别人说了一堆之后,为了引出自己的观点时使用) 口语 技巧

  夏日清凉口语句:跟ice有关的短语口语 -- :5:30 来源: 近一周以来,全国有不少地方都经受着高温天气的困扰,走到哪里都是hot air今天,我们就找些跟ice有关的表达,从精神上帮大家降降温1. I'd like two bottles of beer chilled with ice, please麻烦给我来两瓶冰镇啤酒. We need someone to break the ice我们需要有人打破这种僵局3. Ice helps to preserve food冰能帮助保藏食物. Most children love ice cream大多数小孩都喜欢冰淇淋5. You cannot walk on that, theice will not bear你不能在那上面走,冰面会破的6. This show stinkson ice这场演出一塌糊涂7. Thin ice filmed the lake湖上结了一层薄冰8. The ship was locked in ice船被冰封住而动弹不得9. His talkcut no ice with me他的谈话对我不起作用. He is walking on thin ice他正处于危险之中 口语 短语 有关 夏日It may seem an exaggeration to say that ambition is the drive of society,holding many of its different elements together, but it is not an exaggeration by much.Remove ambition and the essential elements of society seem to fly apart.Ambition is intimately connected with family, men and women not only work partly their families;husbands and wives are often ambitious each other,but harbor some of their most ardent ambitions their children.Yet to have a family nowadays—with birth control ily available,and inflation a good economic argument against having children—is nearly an expression of ambition in itself.Finally,though ambition was once the domain chiefly of monarchs and aristocrats,it has, in more recent times,increasingly become the domain of the middle classes.Ambition and futurity—a sense of building tomorrow—are inextricable.Working, saving, planning—these, the daily aspects of ambition—have always been the distinguishing marks of a rising middle class.The attack against ambition is not incidentally an attack on the middle class and what it stands .Like it or not, the middle class has done much of society’s work in America;and it, the middle class, has from the beginning run on ambition.It is not difficult to imagine a world short of ambition.It would probably be a kinder worldwithout demands, without abrasions,without disappointments.People would have time reflection.Such work as they did would not be themselves but the collectivity.Competition would never enter in.Conflict would be eliminated, tension become a thing of the past.The stress of creation would be at an end.Art would no longer be troubling, but purely entertaining in its functions.The family would become superfluous as a social ,with all its mer power bringing about neurosis drained away.Life span would be expanded, fewer people would die of heart attack or stroke caused by overwork.Anxiety would be extinct.Time would stretch on and on, with ambition long departed from the human heart.Ah, how unbearably boring life would be! 387

  Smiles send us light in the darkness. Smiles bring us warm sunlight on a cold winter day. Smiles can break the hard ice. Smiles are like the rainbow. The rainy days end and the sky is beautiful again. Smiles show love and friendship. Teachers’ smiles encourage us. Mothers’ smiles warm us. Friends’ smiles make us closer. We welcome smiles from others. And we should give others our smiles too. No one is richer than a man who often smiles at others. If a man doesn’t smile at you, just smile at him. Smiles help you get your sadness. Life is a long road. Why not cover it with smiles? 83588

  365天交际口语详解(1):信任Part--对话详解及文化洗礼 -- :9:9 来源: 详解实用对话Expressing BeliefAmy:Graham, why are you always on the phone? with Jane?Graham:Because we are partners in our science lab?. Why are you so jealous?Amy:The other night when you came home there was lipstick on your right cheek. How do you explain that?Graham:My aunt Mary just flew in from Cleveland? and she laid? one right on my right cheek.Amy:Are you sure?Graham:Of course I am. I only love you, Amy.Amy:Okay, I’m sorry. I believe you.Graham:Why do you always accuse me like that?Amy:Because you are the most handsome boy at the university and I love you so much! I guess I just go crazy? sometimes. That’s all.Graham:Oh, Amy. I am the luckiest guy in the world.Amy:Why?Graham:Because I am loved by the most beautiful girl in the world!Amy:Oh. Graham. I love you so much and I really believe in our love.表示相信  艾米:格雷厄姆,你为什么总是和简打电话?格雷厄姆:因为我们是科学实验室里的搭档啊你干嘛这么猜忌啊?  艾米:前两天的晚上你回家的时候,你右脸颊上有个口红印,你怎么解释?格雷厄姆:我姑姑玛丽从克利夫兰乘飞机来了,是她在我右脸颊上留的  艾米:你确定?格雷厄姆:我当然确定了我只爱你,艾米  艾米:好吧,对不起我相信你格雷厄姆:你为什么总是那么指责我啊?  艾米:因为你是这所大学最帅的男孩,而我又那么爱你!我想有时侯我只是爱你爱得发疯了,就这些原因格雷厄姆:哦,艾米,我是世界上最幸运的人了  艾米:为什么?格雷厄姆:因为我被世界上最漂亮的女孩爱着啊!艾米:哦,格雷厄姆,我是那么爱你,我真的相信我们的爱情详细解说?“on the phone”意思是“在通电话”?“lab”是“laboratory”的简写形式,意为“实验室”?“Cleveland”指“克利夫兰”:美国俄亥俄州东北部的一座城市,位于伊利湖畔是一个货物进入港和工业中心? 动词“lay”的过去式及过去分词都为“laid”,意思是“贴,靠,放置”,例如:Lay your ear to the door. (把你的耳朵贴在门上)文中“one”指代“口红印”?“go crazy”相当于“go nuts”,意为“发疯”单 词? partner n. 合伙人, 搭档? jealous a. 妒忌的,猜疑的? lipstick n. 口红,唇膏? cheek n. 脸颊? lay v. 贴,靠,放置? accuse v. 谴责 详解 文化 对话 信任。

  口语盘点第一季:老美嘴边500句之五 --19 :7:39 来源: 1. What‘s wrong with you? 你哪里不对劲?. You are a chicken. 你是个胆小鬼3. A lovely day,isn’t it? 好天气,是吗?. He is collecting money. 他在筹集资金5. He was born in New York. 他出生在纽约6. He was not a bit tired. 他一点也不累7. I will be more careful. 我会小心一些的,. I will never get it. 我会记着的9. It is Just what I need. 这正是我所需要的30. It rather surprised me. 那事使我颇感惊讶31. Just around the comer. 就在附近3. Just entertainment. 只是为了消遣一下33. Let bygones be bygones. 过去的,就让它过去吧. Mother doesn‘t make up. 妈妈不化妆35. Oh,you are kidding me. 哦,你别拿我开玩笑了36. She has been to school. 她上学去了37. Skating is interesting. 滑冰很有趣38. Supper is y at six. 晚餐六点钟就好了39. That’s a terrific idea! 真是好主意!0. What horrible weather! 这鬼天气!1. Which would you prefer? 你要选哪个?. Does she like ice-cream? 她喜欢吃冰淇淋吗?3. First come first served. 先到先得. Great minds think alike. 英雄所见略同5. He has a sense of humor. 他有幽默感6. He is acting an old man. 他正扮演一个老人7. He is looking a job. 他正在找工作8. He doesn‘t care about me. 他并不在乎我9. I develop films myself. 我自己冲洗照片50. I felt no regret it. 对这件事我不觉得后悔301. Did you enter the contest? 你参加比赛了吗?3. Do you accept credit cards? 你们收信用卡吗?3. Don’t cry over spilt milk. 不要做无益的后悔3. Don‘t let chances pass by. 不要让机遇从我们身边溜走3. He owned himself defeated. 他承认自己失败了3. He seems at little nervous. 他显得有点紧张3. He strolls about the town. 他在镇上四处遛达3. Her tooth ached all night. 她牙疼了一整夜3. How about a drink tonight? 今晚喝一杯怎样?3. I can do nothing but that. 我只会做那件事3. I get hold of you at last. 我终于找到你了3. I have a surprise you. 我有一个意想不到的东西给你看3. I like all kinds of fruit. 我喜欢各种各样的水果3. I saw it with my own eyes. 我亲眼所见3. I will arrange everything. 我会安排一切的3. I wish I knew my neighbor. 我很想认识我的邻居3. I would like to check out. 我想结帐318. It has be come much cooler. 天气变得凉爽多了319. It’s time you went to bed. 你早就该睡觉了3. No spitting on the street. 禁止在大街上吐痰31. She was totally exhausted. 她累垮了3. Show your tickets,please. 请出示你的票33. Thank you your advice. 谢谢你的建议3. That‘s the latest fashion. 这是最流行的款式35. The train arrived on time. 火车准时到达 口语 盘点 第一季

  

  那些你所想到的人,不管他们在你的家里或是其他什么地方,都是这条在几代人间延续的爱的链条上的一环你对他们生命的影响,不管你是否看到结果,都是无法估量的你所奉献的爱心与关怀将会在未来的岁月中转变那些处于迷失和绝望之中的生命Chain of Love"How do you your remarkable accomplishment in life?" Queen Victoria of England asked Helen Keller. "How do you explain the fact that even though you were both blind and deaf, you were able to accomplish so much?"Ms. Keller's answer is a tribute to her dedicated teacher. "If it had not been Anne Sullivan, the name of Helen Keller would have remained unknown."According to speaker Zig Ziglar, "Little Annie" Sullivan, as she was called when she was young, was no stranger to hardship. She was almost sightless herself (due to a childhood fever) and was, at one time, diagnosed as hopelessly "insane" by her by caregivers. She was locked in the basement of a mental institution outside of Boston. On occasion, Little Annie would violently attack anyone who came near. Most of the time she generally ignored everyone in her presence.An elderly nurse believed there was hope, however, and she made it her mission to show love to the child. Every day she visited Little Annie. the most part, the child did not acknowledge the nurse's presence, but she still continued to visit. The kindly woman left cookies her and spoke words of love and encouragement. She believed Little Annie could recover, if only she were shown love.Eventually, doctors noticed a change in the girl. Where they once witnessed anger and hostility, they now noted an emerging gentleness and love. They moved her upstairs where she continued to improve. Then the day finally came when this seemingly "hopeless" child was released.Anne Sullivan grew into a young woman with a desire to help others as she, herself, was helped by the kindly nurse. It was she who saw the great potential in Helen Keller. She loved her, disciplined her, played with her, pushed her and worked with her until the flickering candle that was her life became a beacon of light to the world. Anne Sullivan worked wonders in Helen's life; but it was a loving nurse who first believed in Little Annie and lovingly transmed an uncommunicative child into a compassionate teacher."If it had not been Anne Sullivan, the name of Helen Keller would have remained unknown." But if it had not been a kind and dedicated nurse, the name of Anne Sullivan would have remained unknown. And so it goes. Just how far back does the chain of redemption extend? And how ward will it lead?Those you have sought to reach, whether they be in your family or elsewhere, are part of a chain of love that can extend through the generations. Your influence on their lives, whether or not you see results, is immeasurable. Your legacy of dedicated kindness and caring can transm lost and hopeless lives years to come. 956

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