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A Cat and a Dog一只猫和一只The black cat jumped up onto the chair. It looked down at the white dog. The dog was chewing on a bone. The cat jumped onto the dog. The dog kept chewing the bone. The cat played with the dog tail. The dog kept chewing the bone. The cat jumped back onto the chair. It started licking its paws. The dog stood up. It looked at the cat. It licked the cat fur. The cat licked the dog nose. The dog went back to its bone. A boy ran through the room. He was wearing a yellow shirt. He almost ran into the chair. The cat jumped off the chair. The cat jumped onto the sofa. The chair fell onto the floor next to the dog. The dog stopped chewing the bone. The dog chased the boy. The boy ran out to the street. He threw a stick. The dog chased the stick. The dog lay down. It chewed on the stick.一只黑色的猫跳到了椅子上它低头看着那只白色的那只在啃一根骨头猫跳到了的身上继续啃着骨头猫玩着的尾巴继续啃着骨头猫又跳回了椅子上它开始舔自己的脚爪站了起来它看着那只猫它舔了舔猫的毛那只猫舔了舔的鼻子又继续啃骨头去了一个男孩从屋子里跑过他穿着黄色的衬衣他差点撞到椅子上猫从椅子上跳了下来猫跳到了沙发上椅子倒在了附近的地上不再啃骨头了去追男孩了男孩跑到街上他扔了一根棍子去追棍子卧了下来它开始啃棍子了译文属原创,,不得转载 818。

gnEl,R-pL%(s[hja6u^^J~d#eedJ8P9zQD,YB_vb#3h5Qfr*;N5It was late at night. The plane flew through the air. It flew through the air very fast. It flew through the air at 500 miles per hour. Five hundred miles per hour is very fast. A train does not go 500 miles per hour. A bus does not go 500 miles per hour. A ship does not go 500 miles per hour. Both the pilot and copilot were very sleepy. They both fell asleep. The plane flew past the city. Then the pilot and copilot woke up. They turned the plane around. They went back to the city. They landed at the airport. Their boss was angry. He asked, “Why is the plane late? Did you two fall asleep?” They both said, “Of course not, boss!”ENb-|sda8arTpm#s~URe)[|q6c_7o%fG1+qvJ1gkAebgr.zN+_p]WqF~z8 39788。

C. Keywordspubs, social structure, mix.Vocabularybitter, ale, lager, stout, cider.Listen to a short talk on pubs in Britain. After that you are going to hear 5 statements.Decide whether they are true or false, write T or F in the brackets.One thing Britain is famous is pubs, and no trip to the UK would be complete without a visit to one.Pubs play an important part in the social structure of the country, they are places where all ages and socal classes mix to talk, do business or just spend a couple of quite hours bee heading home in the evening.There are many different types of beer available in the pubs.Traditional British beer is called bitter, or ale, and is usually served at room temperature.As a result, the British are famous their warm beer.If you prefer a cold beer, ask lager. This beer is a light yellow in color whereas bitter is usually a darker brown.Another type of beer is stout, you may have heard of Guinness, which is a type of stout.This is a cold, black beer and takes a long time to pour, so dont be surprised if you have to wait it.All beers are served as pints(500 ml) or halves(50 ml).To order you need to ask a pint or half, and then name the beer, so you could say ;a pint of bitter, please.;Another drink is cider. This is like beer, but it is made from apples so it can taste sweet.Wine, red or white is normally available in all pubs, as are spirits such as whisky, gin or vodka.These are served as singles(5 ml) or doubles(50 ml).It is not, however, necessary to drink alcohol. Not-alcoholic drinks are called soft drinks.You can have juice, lemonade or cola, among others.If you visit a pub in a group, it is important to pay you round.This means that you buy a drink everyone in your group.Remember that you need to order and pay your drinks at the bar.So, follow these tips if you want to get the most out of visiting a pub, and cheers.Statements.1. There are many different types of beer in Britain.. Lager is served at room temperature.3. Cider is made from oranges.. You must drink alcohol in pubs.5. In Britain, you order and pay your drinks at the bar. 555。

John Maynard Keynes 凯恩斯传书名解读John Maynard Keynes 约翰.梅纳德.凯恩斯关键词ed States 美国Lloyd George 劳埃德?乔治Bank of England 英国Maynard Keynes 梅纳德?凯恩斯New York 纽约Duncan Grant 邓肯?格兰特Lytton Strachey 利顿?斯特雷奇Gordon Square 戈登广场Bretton Woods 布雷顿森林Virginia Woolf 弗吉尼亚?伍尔夫Clive Bell 克莱夫?贝尔First World War 第一次世界大战State Department (美国)国务院King's College 国王学院Harvey Road 哈维路New Statesman 《新政治家Dennis Robertson 丹尼斯?罗伯逊Richard Kahn 理查德?康Chancellor of the Exchequer 财政大臣Hubert Henderson 休伯特?亨德森New Deal 罗斯福新政Board of Trade 商会Wall Street 华尔街Vanessa Bell 瓦内萨?贝尔Lionel Robbins 莱昂内尔?罗宾斯内容概要This book is Skidelsky's one volume abridged versionof his previous three volume biography(1983,199,00)on J M Keynes.Skidelsky successfully weaves all of the different aspectsand strands(personal, familial,historical, social, political, economic)of Keynes's life into a beautifully constructed historical tapestrythat will keep the er's attention from the first page to the last.All of the different talents Keynes possessedand displayed during his lifetimecome alive on the pages of this book.讲解逐句对照This book is Skidelsky's one volume abridged versionof his previous three volume biography(1983,199,00)on J M Keynes.Skidelsky successfully weaves all of the different aspectsand strands(personal, familial,historical, social, political, economic)of Keynes's life into a beautifully constructed historical tapestrythat will keep the er's attentionfrom the first page to the last.All of the different talents Keynes possessedand displayed during his lifetimecome alive on the pages of this book.精点评An excellent, nontechnical biographyof J M Keynes (Michael E Brady)Skidelsky is the master of his materialas long as he concentrates on the vast nontechnical aspectsof the life of his subject.Skidelsky has clearly mastered the historicaland chronological events and interrelationshipsthat occurred during Keynes's life.Untunately, Skidelsky does not havethe necessary mal training in mathematics,logic, statistics or probability in order to properly understandor assess any of those parts of Keynes's scholarshipthat involves the use of mal logicaland mathematical methods or analysis.讲解逐句对照Skidelsky is the master of his materialas long as he concentrates on the vast nontechnical aspectsof the life of his subject.Skidelsky has clearly mastered the historicaland chronological events and interrelationshipsthat occurred during Keynes's life.Untunately, Skidelsky does not havethe necessary mal training in mathematics,logic, statistics or probabilityin order to properly understandor assess any of those parts of Keynes's scholarshipthat involves the use of mal logicaland mathematical methods or analysis.多学一点nontechnicalnon- 非,不nongovernmental 非政府性的nonautomatic 非自动的un- in- im- il- dis-untidy(不整洁)incorrect(不正确)improper(不适当)illogical(不合逻辑)irregular(不规则)dishonest(不诚实)as long as 和…一样长The room is as long as that one.只要so long asYou may borrow this bookas long as you promise to give it back.原音重现This book is Skidelsky's one volume abridged versionof his previous three volume biography(1983,199,00)on J M Keynes.Skidelsky successfully weaves all of the different aspectsand strands(personal, familial,historical, social, political, economic)of Keynes's life into a beautifully constructed historical tapestrythat will keep the er's attentionfrom the first page to the last.All of the different talents Keynes possessedand displayed during his lifetimecome alive on the pages of this book.An excellent, nontechnical biographyof J M Keynes (Michael E Brady )Skidelsky is the master of his materialas long as he concentrates on the vast nontechnical aspectsof the life of his subject.Skidelsky has clearly mastered the historicaland chronological events and interrelationshipsthat occurred during Keynes's life.Untunately, Skidelsky does not havethe necessary mal training in mathematics,logic, statistics or probability in order to properly understandor assess any of those parts of Keynes's scholarshipthat involves the use of mal logicaland mathematical methods or analysis. 0。

Fans of Liverpool look to buy the club amid uncertainty about the future of its U.S. owners. CNN's Jim Boulden reports.Liverpool fans welcomed the new American owners last year. Tom Hicks and George Gillett promised money top players, money a new stadium and promised they were in it the long haul. Liverpool is getting a new ground and has signed a few players. The one of Europe’s premier soccer teams is currently out of the top four. Fans are fed up with the growing debts and rumors the Americans want to replace popular coach Rafael Benitez. The solution: buy the club themselves.At the upper level nobody has attempted a buyout like this, in fact anyone in the UK. And I think Liverpool people quite like doing things no one has done bee.A number of smaller England clubs are aly fan-owned and one Ebbsfleet ed was just bought 1.7 million dollars by thousands of members of a football fan website. Each will soon be able to vote on team’s strategy through the Internet. Some big continental clubs like Barcelona are also owned by supporters, but the trend in England lately has been wealthy businessmen to take over, Viet-American Malcolm Glazer at Manchester ed, or, mer Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at Manchester City, or, Englishman Briatore Ecclestone buying struggling QPR. Could Liverpool really go the other way?I struggle to see how commercially it will work at the higher levels. It has been tried in the past with some of the administrations and some of the football league clubs. They have the supporters' power and the supporters' representative on the board. But when you get in the higher levels of, you know, 0 million a year, Manchester ed and above, then it really would be a drop.Liverpool’s American owners have denied they’re aly to bail out, despite rumors that money from rich Gulf States is y to come in, so why will they sell to the fans?I think if it becomes a serious proposal, then they will look at it seriously.When the Glazers took over ed, there were protests in the streets of Manchester, especially given their dead heat on the club. But winning has quieted most fans now. Liverpool's disgruntled 0,000 fans were around the world to follow the Ebbsfleet model and pitch in a billion dollars and take the club back.Jim Boulden CNN, London 5658。