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Day 63 第63天When I Have Fears 每当我害怕John Keats 约翰·济慈When I have fears that I may cease to be Bee my pen has gleaned my teeming brain, 每当我害怕生命或许就要止息, 我的笔来不及苦集盈溢的思绪,Bee high piled books, in charactery, Hold like rich garners the full-ripened grain; 或把文字变为高高堆起的书籍, 像饱贮的谷仓蓄满成熟的谷米;When I behold, upon the night starred face, Huge cloudy symbols of a high romance, 每当我看见那缀满繁星的夜景, 巨大星云画出非凡的传奇幻像,And think that I may never live to trace Their shadows, with the magic hand of chance; 想到即使运气帮忙,对我垂青, 生前或许也无法追摹这些云影;And when I feel, fair creature of an hour! That I shall never look upon thee more, 每当我感到那瞬间即逝的美颜, 也许从今以后再也不可能看见,Never have relish in the faery power Of unreflecting love; 更无法享受轻松爱情魔力若仙then on the shore Of the wide world I stand alone,and think 于是,在广袤世界的崖岸, 我形孤影单地伫立,细细思量,Till Love and Fame to nothingness do sink. 直到爱与声名沉入乌有的穹苍 85今天为你朗读的是奥巴马就职典礼上,黑人女诗人伊丽莎白·亚历山德拉朗诵的英语诗歌Praise song the day《赞歌献给这一天美国历史上,只有三位总统在就职大典上邀请有份量的诗人朗诵自己的诗作这三位总统都是民主党人第一位是肯尼迪,第二位是克林顿,第三位就是奥巴马美国民众对这首诗的评价褒贬不一有的人认为这首诗是真实生活的写照,写得很实在;有的人则认为其主题实在太过普通Praise song the day《赞歌献给这一天Each day we go about our business,walking past each other,catching each other’seyes or not,about to speak or speaking.每天我们忙自己的事,走过彼此身边,让对方看见或无视自己,想说或正在说话All about us is noise. All about us isnoise and bramble,thorn and din,eachone of our ancestors on our tongues.我们的一切只是噪音我们的一切只是噪音和钩刺,荆棘和喧嚣,我们谈论每一位祖先Someone is stitching up a hem,darning a hole in a unim,patching a tire,repairing the things in need of repair.有人在缝褶边,有人在补制上的洞,有人在补轮胎,修补需要修补的东西Someone is trying to make music somewhere,with a pair of wooden spoons on an oil drum,with cello,boombox,harmonica,voice.有人试着用一双木匙打击油鼓,伴着大提琴、轰鸣的音箱、口琴和人声,在某处演奏音乐A woman and her son wait the bus.A farmer considers the changing sky.A teacher says,take out your pencils. Begin.一个女人和儿子在等公汽一个农夫思忖着变幻的天空;一个教师说:“拿出铅笔开始”We encounter each other in words,words spiny or smooth,whispered or declaimed,words to consider,reconsider.我们彼此在词语中相遇,多刺或光滑的词语,喃喃低语或慷慨陈词;推敲、再推敲的词语We cross dirt roads and highways that markthe will of someone and then others,who saidI need to see what’s on the other side.我们穿过尘土的路和高速公路,它们是某人意志的记号,而别的人说:“我要看看另一边有什么,I know there’s something better down the road.We need to find a place where we are safe.We walk into that which we cannot yet see.我知道路的前面有更好的”我们需要找一个安全的地方,我们走进未能看见的地方Say it plain that many have died this day.Sing the names of the dead who brought us here,who laid the train tracks,raised the bridges,明白说吧,许多人为了这一天死去歌唱死者的名字吧,他们把我们带到此地,他们铺设铁轨,架起桥梁,picked the cotton and the lettuce,builtbrick by brick the glittering edificesthey would then keep clean and work inside of.摘棉花和莴苣,一砖一瓦地建造闪耀的大厦,他们希望保持干净,在里面工作Praise song struggle,praise song the day.Praise song every hand-lettered sign,the figuring-it-out at kitchen tables.赞美斗争,赞美这一天赞美每一块手写的牌子,在厨房餐桌上想出来的Some live by “Love thy neighbor as thyself”,others by first do no harm or take no morethan you need. What if the mightiest word is love?有人活着,“爱人如己”有人相信首先不要损人,或仅取所需如果最崇高的词是爱,Love beyond marital,filial,national,love that casts a widening pool of light,love with no need to pre-empt grievance.那么爱超越了婚姻、亲子、民族爱投射出扩大的光圈爱无怨尤In today’s sharp sparkle,this winter air,anything can be made,any sentence begun.On the brink,on the brim,on the cusp,praise song walking ward in that light.在今天的耀眼闪光中,在这个冬天的空气中,一切皆可造就,一切从此开始在悬崖的边缘,在酒杯的边缘,在极点——赞美那光明中的前行收听更多双语节目,请关注微信公众号;奇喵课堂; 9769

Part III[00:.]Online shopping[00:.6]Key words:[00:18.9]shopping holiday gifts[00:.35]Internet the ease of shopping[00:9.70]Vocabulary:[00:35.]catalogue click ban[00:1.]Missouri[00:3.9]A:Listen to some statements taken from a report about online shopping.[00:51.70]Supply the missing inmation.Pay special attention to the numbers.[00:58.67]1.Industry experts say American businesses should have about___in sales during__.[01:.1]That would be____higher than the same period last year.[01:.9].The experts say that sales over the computer Internet system could reach____.[01:.35]3.____of people who use the Internet say they expect to buy at least____there.[01:6.3].Experts say that about____of the ____Internet users are women.[01:58.57]B:Now listen to the report.Answer the questions briefly.[:.7]Part IV[:.53]Short talks on listening skills[:.39]Listen to the short talk entitled "Don't Attempt to Write Too Much."[:.76]Some important words are taken away from the written passage.[:0.]Supply the missing words.[:3.67]Don't Attempt to Write Too Much[:7.79]Note-taking is a very____skill.[:5.]But it is ___ in listening.[:55.0]It helps us ____ facts and retain comcepts later use.[:01.]Taking good notes requires us to do ____ things quickly.[:.]First,to recognize the _____;[:.]and second,to write down the___and supporting examples as we hear and understand.[:19.5]In other words,out note-taking should____the speaker's thinking process.[:7.00]The general principle note-taking[:31.]is to___the language by___the words and sentences that we hear.[:37.61]It is important to remember that we should____ attempt to write too ____.[:3.85]That is to say,we should learn to write the____ to give sufficient meaning.[:50.38]And we should also learn to choose___to write the notes quickly and them out___[:58.6]Some commonly used Latin___ are often very___in note-taking.[:.8] example,cf.--compare or compare with;i.e.--that is;[:.73]e.g.-- example;and etc.-- et cetera,and so on.[:3.38]one way to take notes of____or conversations[:9.33]is to write down different speakers'words in ____ spaces,[:35.81]such as separate ___ or lines.[:0.36]This will help us ____ each speaker's views and opinions correctly.[:6.55]Of course,note-taking is a highly ____ skill.[:51.59]So we should make constant efts to develop good ways of note-taking[:57.7]which are most ____and suitable to ____. 60

You’ve had a problem, you’ve thought about it till you were tired,gotten it and perhaps slept on it, and then flash!When you weren’t thinking about it suddenly the answer has come to you, as a gift from thegods.Of course all ideas don’t come like that, but the interesting thing is that so many do,particularly the most important ones.They burst into the mind, glowing with the heat of creation. How they do it is a mystery.Psychology does not yet understand even the ordinary processes of conscious thought,but the emergence ofnew ideas by a “leap in thought” is particularly intriguing,because they must have come from somewhere. the moment let us assume that they come from the “unconscious”.This is reasonable, the psychologists use this term to describe mental processes which are unknown to the subject,and creative thought consists precisely in what was unknown becoming known.It seems that all truly creative activity depends in some degree on these signals from the unconscious,andthe more highly intuitive the person, the sharper and more dramatic the signals become.But growth requires a seed,and the heart of the creative process lies in the production of the original fertile nucleus from which growth can proceed.This initial step in all creation consists in the establishment of a new y from disparate elements, oder out of disorder, of shape from what was mless. The mind achieves this by the plastic reshaping, so as to m a new , of a selection of the separate elements derived from experience and stored in memory. Intuitions arise from richly unified experience.This process of the establishment of new m must occur in pattern of nervous activity in the brain, lying below the threshold of consciousness, which interact and combine to m more comprehensive patterns. Experimental physiology has not yet identified this process, its methods are as yet insufficiently refined,but it may be significant that a quarter of the total bodily consumption of energy during sleep goes tothe brain, even when the sense organs are at rest, to maintain the activity of ten million brain cells. These cells, acting together as a single organ, achieve the miracle of the production of new patterns of thought.No calculating machine can do that, such machines can “only do what we know how to design them to do”, and these mative brain processes obey laws which are still unknown.Can any practical conclusions be drawn from the experience of genius? Is there an art of thought the ordinary person? Certainly there is no single road to success; in the world of the imagination each has to find his own way to use his own gift. 35897节目寄语: 每日床头啃一段语篇,您的生活质量更加高 特别声明: 该文章中的讲解为可可签约编辑根据改编的名著所编写的参考资料如有出入,请给予指正 啃嚼语段: some reason the Dodger did not want to enter London during daylight, so it was nearly eleven o;clock at night when They got near the centre. 由于某些原因,插翅神偷不愿意在白天进伦敦, 所以, 他们到达市中心时,已经差不多是晚上时了 Oliver had never seen a dirtier or more miserable place. 奥利弗从未见过这么龌龊、悲惨的地方 The streets in this district were narrow and muddy, and there were terrible smells everywhere. 这个地区的街道狭窄泥泞, 到处散发着熏人的臭气 Children wandered around even at this time of night, in and out of the many shops, playing and screaming. 临近半夜了,孩子们还在街头游逛着,在街头的许多小铺子里进进出出,玩闹、尖叫着 The pubs were full of people fighting, and big, evil-looking men stood in doorways or at dark corners. 小酒馆里挤满了打架的人凶神恶煞般的大块头站在门口外黑暗的角落里 Oliver almost wanted to run away, but just then the Dodger pushed open a door and pulled Oliver into a dark hall. 奥利弗差点儿被吓跑了就在这时,神偷推开一扇门,将奥利弗拽到一个昏暗的门厅里 56

Oliver: I had the most hair-raising experience of my life this past weekend.奥利弗:上周末,我经历了人生中最令人毛骨悚然的事情Alena: What happened?艾莲娜:发生了什么事?Oliver: You know that George bought an old house, right? Well, he been telling us that it haunted, so a lark, a few of us decided to spend the weekend there to see if we would have any supernatural experiences.奥利弗:你知道吗,乔治买了一间老宅?他一直说那里闹鬼,我们几个不相信,于是决定周末去那里一探究竟,看我们会不会遇上什么灵异事件Alena: Are you telling me that you saw ghosts?艾莲娜:你不会告诉我你看到鬼了吧?Oliver: Im not sure what we saw, heard, or felt. Everything was fine when we got there, but then we started hearing strange noises and I started to get goosebumps. The other guys tried to play it off, but I know they were scared, too.奥利弗:我不确定我们看见了什么,或者是听到,感觉到了什么我们去的时候一切都好,之后就开始听到奇怪的声响,然后我就开始浑身起鸡皮疙瘩其他人故作镇定地谈笑,但我知道他们也很害怕Alena: What did George say about the noises?艾莲娜:乔治说那声响是怎么回事?Oliver: He laughed when he saw us jump out of our skins, and told us we were wusses. He said he heard those noises every night and they didnt have him quaking in his boots.奥利弗:看到我们大惊小怪的样子后,他就哈哈大笑,并说我们是胆小鬼他说他每天晚上都会听见这声响,对他来说不足为奇Alena: Did anything else happen?艾莲娜:还发生了其它什么事情吗?Oliver: Well, when we went to bed, the house got very cold and drafty, like there was something passing by me very closely, but I couldnt see it. That sent me over the edge.奥利弗:当然,当我们躺在床上睡觉时,屋子变得异常阴冷就像有什么东西紧贴着我飘过去一样,但是我看不见它我害怕地躲在床沿Alena: Has it ever occurred to you that George was playing a prank on you guys?艾莲娜:你有没有想过是乔治在恶作剧呢?Oliver: A prank? It was no prank. In the middle of the night when we saw the strange faces in the windows, even George was scared stiff. By that time, all of us were petrified. It was no prank. That house is haunted.奥利弗:恶作剧?不是恶作剧午夜时分,我们看到窗子上的奇怪的脸,就连乔治也吓得僵掉那时我们都吓呆了根本不是恶作剧,那个屋子确实闹鬼Alena: Ooh, a real haunted house. Id love to spend the night there, too. Do you think George would let you stay there again and let me come, too?艾莲娜:哦,一个真正的鬼屋我很乐意去那里住一晚你认为乔治会让你在那里再待一晚,把我带过去吗?Oliver: You want me to go back to that house? get it! Wild horses couldnt drag me within 50 miles of that place again!奥利弗:你想让我重回那间屋子?休想!就算是野马也不能把我拽到离那间屋子50英里内的地方原文译文属! 197755节目寄语:每日床头啃一段语篇,您的生活质量更加高特别声明:该文章中的讲解为可可签约编辑根据改编的名著所编写的参考资料如有出入,请给予指正啃嚼语段: ;This is him,Fagin,; the Dodger said to the old man.;My friend Oliver Twist.;“这就是他,费金”神偷跟老头说“我的朋友奥利弗·特威斯特”Fagin smiled and shook Oliver;s hand.费金微笑着同奥利弗握握手Then all the young gentlemen came up to him and shook both his hands very hard, especially the hand which held his few possessions.然后所有的小绅士们都走过来使劲地握着他的双手,尤其是那只拿着他仅有的几件东西的手One of the boys was particularly kind.一个孩子特别善良He even put his hands in Oliver;s pockets so that Oliver would not have to empty them himself when he went to bed.他竟然把手伸进了奥利弗的衣袋里,这样奥利弗在睡觉前就无需自己费力气掏出兜里的东西了The boys would probably have been even more helpful, but Fagin hit the m on their heads and shoulders until they left Oliver alone.如果不是费金使劲地敲打他们的头和肩膀,让他们不再骚扰他,他们还可能会给奥利弗更殷勤的帮助;We;re very glad to see you,Oliver,;said Fagin.“见到你很高兴,奥利弗”费金说;I see you;re staring at the handkerchieves, my dear.Aren;t there a lot?We;ve just taken them all out to wash them, that;s all!Ha!Ha!Ha!;“我看你是在看那些手帕吧,亲爱的,那岂不是有很多吗?我们把它们全部拿了出来,准备洗一洗,不过如此而已!哈!哈!哈!”This seemed to be a joke, as the old gentleman and all his young friends gave loud shouts of laughter.这好像是一句笑话,因为老先生和他这些年轻的朋友都大笑起来Then supper began. Oliver ate his share of the food and was then given a glass of gin-and-water.然后晚饭开始了奥利弗吃完了他的一份,大家又给了他一杯加了水的杜松子酒Fagin told him to drink it fast.Immediately afterwards,Oliver felt himself lifted onto one of the beds and he sank into a deep sleep.费金让他一口气喝下去不一会儿,他觉得被人抬起来放在了一张床上,便睡了过去 51

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