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长沙/星沙看生殖器的医院长沙/星沙女子医院哪家好7 Friday第7章 星期五For two years I never went anywhere without my gun.两年来,没带我从不四处乱走。I felt lonely and afraid,and had many sleepless nights.我感到孤独和害怕,许多晚上无法入睡。One night there was a very bad storm,and I thought I heard the sound of guns out at sea.一个晚上来了一场非常厉害的风暴。我想我听到海上的声。The next morning I looked out,and saw a ship.第二天早晨我往外望去,看到一只轮船。It was lying on its side not far from the shore.它斜搁在离海岸不远的海面上。Quickly,I put my little boat in the water and sailed out to it.我迅速地把我的小船拖下水并朝大船驶去。There were two dead men on the ship,but no one alive.船上有两个死人,但没有人活着,The bodies of the other sailors were lost in the sea.其他水手的尸体都消失在海上。I took some clothes and tools,and also a box of Spanish gold and silver money.我带走一些衣和工具,还有一箱西班牙金币和银币,I was a rich man now,but what use was money to me?现在我成了一个富翁,但这些钱对我有什么用呢?I could not buy anything with it.我用它们什么也买不到。I wanted people,a friend,somebody to talk to…我渴望人类,一个朋友,可以谈话的人……somebody who could help me escape from my island.可以帮助我逃离孤岛的人。One morning I woke up and made a plan.有天早上我醒来作了个计划。#39;I#39;ll try to catch one of the prisoners of the wild men,#39;I said to myself.“我将试图能救一个那些野人的俘虏,”我自言自语,#39;He#39;ll be happy to be alive and perhaps he#39;ll help me to escape. #39;“他将因为活着而高兴,可能他会帮助我逃跑。”I watched day and night,but for a year and a half there were no boats.我日夜观望着,但一年半过去了,却再也没见到船只出现。Then one day five boats came.有一天,海上来了五只船,There were about thirty men and they had two prisoners.大约有30个人和两个俘虏。They made their fire on the sand and danced round it.他们在沙滩上生火并围着火跳舞,Then they killed one of the prisoners and began to cook their terrible meal.然后他们杀了一个俘虏并开始煮可怕的食物。The second prisoner waited under the trees,with two men to watch him.另一个俘虏在树下等候,留有两个人看守,Suddenly,the prisoner turned and ran.突然,这个俘虏转身就跑,The two men ran after him,两个人在后面追赶,but the other wild men were busy round the fire and did not see what was happening.但其余的野人围着火忙着,并没有看见发生的事。The prisoner ran like a wild goat,那俘虏像一只野山羊在奔跑,and soon I saw that he was coming near the bottom of my hill.不一会儿我看到他已跑到我的山脚下。As fast as I could,I ran down the hill and jumped out of the trees between the prisoner and the two wild men.我尽快地跑下山去,在俘虏和另两个野人之间的树丛里跳出来。I hit the first man with the wooden end of my gun and he fell down,我用木制的柄击倒第一个野人,but I had to shoot the second man.但我却不得不开打死第二个。The poor prisoner did not move.可怜的俘虏没有移动,He was afraid of the noise of my gun.他被声吓呆了。I called to him and tried to show him that I was friendly.我大声招呼他,努力向他表明我是友好的。Slowly,he moved nearer to me,but just then the first wild man began to get up from the ground.他慢慢地向我靠近,但这时第一个野人开始从地上爬起来。Then the prisoner spoke and I understood that he wanted my sword.然后这俘虏说话了,我明白他需要我的刀。How happy I was to hear words again!能够听到人的语言我是多么高兴啊!I gave him my sword,and at once he cut off the head of his enemy.我给他我的刀,他立刻砍掉了敌人的脑袋。Hurriedly,we hid the dead bodies under some leaves,and then left quickly.我们急忙把尸体藏在了落叶下,然后迅速地离开。I took my prisoner to my secret cave on the other side of the island and gave him food and drink.我把俘虏带到岛的另一面我隐蔽的洞穴,并给他食物和水,After that,he went to sleep.不久,他睡着了。He was a fine young man,about twenty-five years old,他是一个可爱的年轻人,大约25岁,tall and well-built,with a kind face and a nice smile.身材高大健壮,和善的脸上带着开心的微笑。He had a brown skin,black hair,bright eyes and strong white teeth.他褐色皮肤,黑头发,明亮的眼睛和坚固的白牙齿。I decided to give him the name of#39;Man Friday#39;,because I first saw him on a Friday.我决定叫他“仆人星期五”,因为我是在星期五第一次见到他。When he woke up in the morning,he ran out to me.当他早上醒来时,他跑到我的身边。I was milking my goats in the field,and he got down on the ground and put his head near my foot.我正在田里挤羊奶,他跪在地上把他的头贴在43我的脚边。I understood that he was thank-ing me,and I tried to show him that I was his friend.我明白他在感谢我,我努力向他表明我是他的朋友。I began to teach him to speak English,我开始教他说英语,and soon he could say his name,#39;Master#39;,and#39;Yes#39;and#39;No#39;.不久,他能够说他的名字,“主人”及“是”与“不是”。How good it was to hear a man#39;s voice again!重新听到人的声音是多么美妙啊!Later that day we went back to my first house.那天傍晚,我们回到我的第一次建造的房子,We went carefully along the beach,but there were no boats and no wild men.我们沿着海滨小心走着,但那儿没有船和野人,Just blood and bones all over the sand.只有血迹和尸骨散落在沙滩上,I felt ill,but Fri-day wanted to eat the pieces of men#39;s bodies which were still on the ground.我感到恶心,但星期五想吃地上的尸体的碎块,I showed him that this was terrible for me,and he understood.我向他表示这对我来说很可怕,他明白了。When we got to my house,I gave Man Friday some trousers,当我们回到房子里,我给星期五几条裤子,and I made him a coat and a hat.而且给他做了件外套和一顶帽子,He liked his new clothes very much.他非常喜欢他的新衣。Then I made him a little tent to sleep in,然后我给他搭了一座小帐篷睡觉,but for a few weeks I always took my gun to bed with me.但一连几个星期我总是带睡觉,Perhaps Friday was still a wild man and would try to kill me in the night.或许因为星期五还是一个野人,也许他会在夜里杀了我。At first,Friday was very afraid of my gun.开始,星期五害怕我的,Sometimes he talked to it,and asked it not to kill him.有时他对说话,叫不要杀死他。Friday was a quick learner and his English got better day by day.星期五学得很快,他的英语讲得一天比一天好。He helped me with the goats and with the work in the cornfields,他帮我养山羊和在田地里干活,and soon we were good friends.不久我们成了好朋友。I enjoyed teaching him and,most of all,having a friend to talk to.我乐于教他,最重要的是有一个朋友可以谈话,This was the happiest of all my years on the island.这是我在岛上最快乐的时光。Friday and I lived together happily for three years.我和星期五幸福地一起生活了三年,I told him the story of my adventures and about life in England,我告诉他我的冒险经历和在英国的生活,and he told me about his country and his people.他告诉我有关他的国家及人民。One day we were at the top of the highest hill on the island,一天,我们站在岛的最高的山顶,and we were looking out to sea.眺望大海,It was a very clear day and we could see a long way.天气十分睛朗,我们可以看得很远。Suddenly,Friday began to jump up and down,very excited.突然,星期五跳上跳下,非常兴奋。#39;What#39;s the matter?#39;I said.“发生了什么事?”我说。#39;Look,Master,look!#39;Friday cried. #39;I can see my country. Look over there!“看,主人,看哪!”星期五叫起来。“我能看见我的国家。看,就在那儿。”I looked,and there to the north-west,between the sea and the sky,was a long thin piece of land.我看到从这儿往西北,在海天之间,有一片狭长的土地。I learnt later that it was the island of Trinidad,我后来知道这是特立尼达岛,and that my island was in the mouth of the River Orinoco on the north coast of South America.而我的岛在南美洲北部海岸的奥里诺科河的河口。I began to think again about escape.我又重新开始考虑逃离。Perhaps Friday wanted to go home too.也许星期五也想回家。Perhaps together we could get to his country.或许我们能一起回到他的国家。But what then?但那会怎样呢?Would Friday still be my friend,or would his people kill me and eat me?星期五仍会是我的朋友么?他的伙伴会杀死并吃掉我么?I took Friday to the other side of the island and showed him my big canoe.我把星期五带到岛的另一边,向他展示我的庞大的独木舟。It still lay under the trees.它仍躺在树下。It was very old now,and there were holes in the wood.现在它非常旧,木头上有些洞。#39;Could a boat like this sail to your country,Friday?#39;I asked him.“星期五,像这样的船能驶到你的国家吗?”我问他。#39;Oh yes,#39;he answered.“哦,能,”他回答说。#39;A boat like this can carry a lot of food and drink. #39;“像这样的船能装运许多食物和水。”#39;Then we#39;ll make another canoe like it,and you can go home in it,#39;I said.“那么我们将制造差不多的另一只独木舟,你就可以乘着它回家了。”我说。But Friday looked very unhappy.但星期五看起来很不开心。#39;Why are you angry with me?#39;he asked.“为什么你生我的气呢?”#39;What have I done?Why do you want to send me home?#39;他问。“我做了什么?为什么你想送我回家?”#39;But I thought you wanted to go home,#39;I said.“但我认为你想回家,”我说道。#39;Yes. But you must come with me.“是的。但是你一定要和我一起去。Kill me if you want,but don#39;t send me away from you!#39;假如你想杀我也可以,但不要把我送走!”Then I saw that Friday was a true friend,and so I agreed to go with him.此后我发现星期五是一个真诚的朋友,因此我同意和他一起走。We began work on the canoe at once.我们马上开始建造独木舟。Friday chose the tree himself—he understood wood better than I did—and we cut it down.星期五亲自挑选木头——他比我更懂得木材的好坏——我们砍倒树木。We worked hard and in a month the boat was finished.我们辛苦地工作,一个月就把船造好了。Two weeks later it was in the sea,and we began to get y for our long journey.两个星期后船下水了,我们开始为长途旅行作准备。 Article/201202/172673星沙常规检查 A man and a woman died in an apparent murder-suicide last night in Altadena. The man was 74-year-old Dominic Vittorio. The woman was his 70-year-old wife, Victoria. The couple had been married for 50 years. In fact, their 50th anniversary occurred just a month ago, according to their next-door neighbor, Mrs. Allen. The couple was childless and had no close friends. Mr. Vittorio was a retired carpenter who had emphysema and was blind in one eye because of a cataract. His wife was a diabetic who had aly had one foot amputated because of complications from the disease. Her eyesight was almost completely gone. “They were such a nice couple,” said Mrs. Allen. “I've lived next to them for the last 20 years or so. I'm widowed, and Dom always used to help me with things like changing light bulbs and fixing appliances. They had no kids, but they were always friendly to the neighborhood kids. Every Halloween they handed out tons of candy and fresh fruit. But about eight years ago Vicky came down with diabetes, and things just haven’t been the same for her or Dom. They used to be so friendly and full of life, and then they just seemed to get quieter and quieter. “She used to come over to my place once or twice a week, and we would talk about all kinds of things and have the nicest time. But that happened less and less as she got sicker. So I would go over to her house about once a week and we would talk. But the conversations steadily got shorter, and she seemed to lose interest in listening and in talking. She didn’t say it, but you could tell she was in a lot of pain.” Mrs. Allen said she hadn't even talked to either of the Vittorios in almost a year. They never came out. Even food was delivered to them by a local agency. She said she heard two gunshots last night—“It scared me half to death!” She immediately called the police. “Such a sad ending for such nice people,” she said. “Together in sickness, but alone in the world.” Article/201106/141524《哈克贝里·费恩历险记》第5章:第3节 相关专题:· 有声读物-安徒生童话故事·有声读物-浪漫满屋· 新概念优美背诵短文50篇 Article/200809/47308长沙/星沙前列腺肥大医院哪家好

长沙/星沙切包皮过长手术的的费用From London to Broadway to Hollywood: Jessica TandyWritten by Nancy Steinbach (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:I'm Shirley Griffith. VOICE TWO: And I'm Rich Kleinfeldt with the Special English program, People in America. Today, we tell the story of Jessica Tandy who died in nineteen ninety-four. She won many awards for her acting during the almost seventy years she performed. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:Jessica Tandy probably is best known for winning an Academy Award in nineteen eighty-nine for the movie "Driving Miss Daisy. " She was the oldest person to have won the award. But for many years, she had received praise for her great performances. Tandy appeared in more than one hundred stage shows, twenty-five movies and on many television programs during her sixty-seven years of acting. Most of her performances were in the ed States, although she did not become an American citizen until nineteen fifty-four. VOICE TWO: Jessica Tandy was born in London, England, in nineteen-oh-nine. Her father died when she was twelve years old. Her mother taught and took other jobs at night to make extra money for her three children. Jessica's older brothers showed an interest in the theater. They would put on shows in their London home. Jessica said later that she was terrible in all of them. But she said taking part in those plays as a child created a desire in her to be someone else.Jessica Tandy VOICE ONE: Jessica loved going to the theater. And she loved British writer William Shakespeare. Years later, she acted in many of Shakespeare's plays, with great actors like John Gielgud and Lawrence Olivier. This love of the theater led her to attend an acting school in nineteen twenty-four. When she was eighteen years old, she performed in her first play. It was called "The Manderson Girls. " She did not earn enough money to pay for the five different dresses she had to wear in the play. She solved the problem by sewing them herself. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO:Jessica Tandy always thought she was plain-looking. So did most theater professionals. She said people in the theater knew she was a good actress, but did not believe she was pretty enough to be a success. She noted that they said, "She is plain but on the stage she looks all right." Pictures of Jessica Tandy do not suggest that this is true. She just looked different from the leading women actors of the day. Later, she said that it was good that she was not considered pretty. She said she got more interesting parts that way. VOICE ONE:In nineteen thirty-two, critics in London recognized her great acting skill in her performance in the play "Children in Uniform." That part gave her what she said was one of the moments she loved most in the theater. She said at one performance, people watching were so moved they continued to sit quietly when the play ended. That same year, she married actor Jack Hawkins. They had a daughter, Susan. Tandy continued to work in the theater in London. By nineteen forty, her marriage was ending. So she took her daughter and moved to the ed States to escape World War Two. In New York City, she met a young actor named Hume Cronyn. Two years later they married and moved to Hollywood. By nineteen forty-five, they had two children. VOICE TWO: In California, Hume Cronyn was getting good parts in movies. But Tandy was not. She got only small parts, when she got them at all. She said the producers in Hollywood did not take her seriously as an actress. She began to feel like a failure. Jessica Tandy was considering not acting anymore. But then her husband did something that changed her life. He gave her the lead part in a play he was directing in Los Angeles. It was "Portrait of a Madonna" by Tennessee Williams. She played a lonely woman. Critics praised her. Tennessee Williams came to Los Angeles from New York just to see her in the show. He said later that he knew he had found the actress to play the lead in his new play, "A Streetcar Named Desire." That play opened in New York in nineteen forty-seven. Jessica Tandy, Marlon Brando and Kim Hunter were the stars. It won a Pulitzer Prize and many other awards. Article/200803/29375长沙/市星沙华夏医院看妇科好不好 有声名著之远大前程 Chapter2 远大前程Great Expectations英语原版下载 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 Article/200809/48717长沙/县妇幼保健院妇科疾病多少钱

长沙/星沙看不孕不育哪里好9When the queen of Sheba heard of Solomon's fame, she came to Jerusalem to test him with hard questions. Arriving with a very great caravan-with camels carrying spices, large quantities of gold, and precious stones-she came to Solomon and talked with him about all she had on her mind. 2Solomon answered all her questions; nothing was too hard for him to explain to her. 3When the queen of Sheba saw the wisdom of Solomon, as well as the palace he had built, 4the food on his table, the seating of his officials, the attending servants in their robes, the cupbearers in their robes and the burnt offerings he made at the temple of the Lord , she was overwhelmed. 5She said to the king, "The report I heard in my own country about your achievements and your wisdom is true. 6But I did not believe what they said until I came and saw with my own eyes. Indeed, not even half the greatness of your wisdom was told me; you have far exceeded the report I heard. 7How happy your men must be! How happy your officials, who continually stand before you and hear your wisdom! 8Praise be to the Lord your God, who has delighted in you and placed you on his throne as king to rule for the Lord your God. Because of the love of your God for Israel and his desire to uphold them forever, he has made you king over them, to maintain justice and righteousness." 9Then she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large quantities of spices, and precious stones. There had never been such spices as those the queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon. 10(The men of Hiram and the men of Solomon brought gold from Ophir; they also brought algumwood and precious stones. 11The king used the algumwood to make steps for the temple of the Lord and for the royal palace, and to make harps and lyres for the musicians. Nothing like them had ever been seen in Judah.) 12King Solomon gave the queen of Sheba all she desired and asked for; he gave her more than she had brought to him. Then she left and returned with her retinue to her own country. 13The weight of the gold that Solomon received yearly was 666 talents, 14not including the revenues brought in by merchants and traders. Also all the kings of Arabia and the governors of the land brought gold and silver to Solomon. 15King Solomon made two hundred large shields of hammered gold; six hundred bekas of hammered gold went into each shield. 16He also made three hundred small shields of hammered gold, with three hundred bekas of gold in each shield. The king put them in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon. 17Then the king made a great throne inlaid with ivory and overlaid with pure gold. 18The throne had six steps, and a footstool of gold was attached to it. On both sides of the seat were armrests, with a lion standing beside each of them. 19Twelve lions stood on the six steps, one at either end of each step. Nothing like it had ever been made for any other kingdom. 20All King Solomon's goblets were gold, and all the household articles in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon were pure gold. Nothing was made of silver, because silver was considered of little value in Solomon's day. 21The king had a fleet of trading ships manned by Hiram's men. Once every three years it returned, carrying gold, silver and ivory, and apes and baboons. 22King Solomon was greater in riches and wisdom than all the other kings of the earth. 23All the kings of the earth sought audience with Solomon to hear the wisdom God had put in his heart. 24Year after year, everyone who came brought a gift-articles of silver and gold, and robes, weapons and spices, and horses and mules. 25Solomon had four thousand stalls for horses and chariots, and twelve thousand horses, which he kept in the chariot cities and also with him in Jerusalem. 26He ruled over all the kings from the River to the land of the Philistines, as far as the border of Egypt. 27The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, and cedar as plentiful as sycamore-fig trees in the foothills. 28Solomon's horses were imported from Egypt and from all other countries. 29As for the other events of Solomon's reign, from beginning to end, are they not written in the records of Nathan the prophet, in the prophecy of Ahijah the Shilonite and in the visions of Iddo the seer concerning Jeroboam son of Nebat? 30Solomon reigned in Jerusalem over all Israel forty years. 31Then he rested with his fathers and was buried in the city of David his father. And Rehoboam his son succeeded him as king. Article/200812/59931 长沙/市星沙华夏医院割包皮多少钱长沙/星沙治疗慢性尖锐湿疣医院

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