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那一年,韦恩堡市长正式宣布月1号作为全市的艾米日市长解释说,因为艾米敢于做出这样一个简单的许愿,她让大家都学到了东西 “所有人,”市长说道,“都希望得到并且应该得到尊重、尊严和友善”The Little Girl Who Dared to Wish As Amy Hagadorn rounded the corner across the hall from her classroom, she collided with a tall boy from the fifth grade running in the opposite direction.“Watch it , squirt.” The boy yelled as he dodged around the little third-grader. Then, with a smirk on his face, the boy took hold of his right leg and mimicked the way Amy limped when she walked.Amy closed her eyes. Ignore him, she told herself as she headed her classroom.But at the end of the day, Amy was still thinking about the tall boy’s mean teasing. It wasn’t as if her were the only one. It seemed that ever since Amy started the third grade, someone teased her every single day. Kids teased her about her speech or her limping. Amy was tired of it. Sometimes, even in a classroom full of other students, the teasing made her feel all alone.Back home at the dinner table that evening, Amy was quiet. Her mother knew that things were not going well at school. That’s why Patti Hagadorn was happy to have some exciting news to share with her daughter.“There’s a Christmas wish contest on the radio station,” Amy’s mom announced. “Write a letter to Santa, and you might win a prize. I think someone at this table with blonde curly hair should enter.”Amy giggled. The contest sounded like fun. She started thinking about what she wanted most Christmas.A smile took hold of Amy when the idea first came to her. Out came pencil and paper, and Amy went to work on her letter. “Dear Santa Claus,” she began.While Amy worked away at her best printing, the rest of the family tried to guess what she might ask from Santa. Amy’s sister, Jamie, and Amy’s mom both thought a three-foot Barbie doll would top Amy’s wish list. Amy’s dad guessed a picture book. But Amy wasn’t y to reveal her secret Christmas wish just then. Here is Amy’s letter to Santa, just as she wrote it that nightDear Santa Claus,My name is Amy. I am nine years old. I have a problem at school. Can you help me Santa? Kids laugh at me because of the way I walk and run and talk. I have cerebral palsy. I just want one day where no one laughs at me or makes fun of me.Love, AmyAt radio station WJLT in t Wayne, Indiana, letter poured in the Christmas wish contest. The workers had fun ing about all the different presents that boys and girls from across the city wanted Christmas.When Amy’s letter arrived at the radio station, manager Lee Tobin it carefully. He knew cerebral palsy was a muscle disorder that might confuse the schoolmates of Amy’s who didn’t understand her disability. He thought it would be good the people in t Wayne to hear about this special third-grader and her unusual wish. Mr. Tobin called up the local newspaper.The next day, a picture of Amy and her letter to Santa made the front page of the News Sentinel. The story sp quickly. All across the country, newspapers and radio and television stations reported the story of the little girl in t Wayne, Indiana, who asked such a simple yet remarkable Christmas gift -- just one day without teasing.Suddenly the postman was a regular at the Hagadorn house. Envelopes of all sizes addressed to Amy arrived daily from children and adults all across the nation. They came filled with holiday greetings and words of encouragement.During that ungettable Christmas season, over two thousand people from all over the world sent Amy letters of friendship and support. Amy and her family every single one. Some of the writers had disabilities; some had been teased as children. Each writer had a special message Amy. Through the cards and letters from strangers, Amy glimpsed a world full of people who truly cared about each other. She realized that no amount or m of teasing could ever make her feel lonely again.Many people thanked Amy being brave enough to speak up. Others encouraged her to ignore teasing and to carry her head high. Lynn, a sixth-grader from Texas, sent this message“I would like to be your friend,” she wrote, “and if you want to visit me, we could have fun. No one would make fun of us, ’cause if they do, we will not even hear them.”Amy did get her wish of a special day without teasing at South Wayne Elementary School. Additionally, everyone at school got another bonus. Teachers and students talked together about how bad teasing can make others feel.That year the t Wayne mayor officially proclaimed December 1 as Amy Jo Hagadorn Day throughout the city. The mayor explained that by daring to make such a simple wish, Amy taught a universal lesson.“Everyone,” said the mayor, “wants and deserves to be treated with respect, dignity and warmth.Spring SongSpring is coming, spring is coming,Birdies, build your nest;Weave together straw and feather,Doing each your best.Spring is coming, spring is coming,Flowers are coming tooPansies, lilies, daffodillies,Now are coming thoughtSpring is coming, spring is coming,All around is fair,Shimmer and quiver on the river,Joy is everywhere.By William Blake 899The biggest secret of successOnce there was a young man who came to ask Socrates how to learn philosophy. Socrates said nothing but took him along to a river. He suddenly pushed him into the river cibly. At first the young man thought Socrates was kidding so he didn't take it to heart. But Socrates also jumped into the river and pulled his head into water desperately. At this time the young man was really scared, his instinct of living made him use all his strength lifting Socrates and climbed to the bank.The young man asked Socrates with puzzle why he did that, Socrates replied"I just want to tell you whatever you do, do it with a determination to be unexpectedly rescued from a desperate situation. Only like that can you make a genuine achievement." 83671

英语口语听力易混淆词学习() -01-7 18:5:51 来源: ) be a credit to:为……增光e.g. I hope you will be a credit to your school.do credit to:为……增进荣誉e.g. This piece of work does credit to you.) bear in mind:记住e.g. I hope you will bear in mind all I am saying.have in mind:考虑e.g. Don’t give your confidence to others regarding the plan you have in mind.) begin with:以……为起点e.g. He advised me to begin with something easy.to begin with:首先e.g. To begin with, we must consider the problem from all sides.) build up:逐步建成,增强e.g. They are trying hard to build up an independent economy.He went an ocean voyage and built up his health.build on:以……为基础,依赖e.g. Let’s build on your idea.We shall build on your supporting us.) by day:在白天e.g. Most of them work by day and study by night.by the day:(指工作报酬等)日计算e.g. Will you pay me by the day or by the hour?) can but只好……罢了e.g. We can but try to make him see how unreasonable he has been.cannot but:不得不,禁不住e.g. I cannot but tell her the truth.(I cannot help telling her the truth)) come th:出现,发行e.g. Many new things are coming th..Do you know that a set of new stamps has come th?come ward:自告奋勇,提出供讨论They have come ward with an offer to help.The matter was deferred at last evening’s meeting, but will come ward at our next session.18) compare … to比拟(指出其中的相似点)e.g. Man’s life is often compared to a candle.compare … with:把……和……相比(指出其不同之处)e.g. He compared his camera with mine.19) consist in:包含在……中e.g. Happiness consists in good health.consist of:由……组成e.g. The apartment consisted of two rooms and a kitchen.) end on:两端相碰,正对e.g. The two ships collided each other end on.We shouldn’t place the bicycles end on.on end:竖着,连续地,不断地e.g. Place the box on end.She often works hours on end. 1) familiar to:某事为某人熟知 e.g. There were facts not familiar to me.familiar with:熟悉或通晓某事e.g. He is familiar with English, German and French..) feel sb.:同情某人,为某人难过e.g. I feel you in your sorrow.feel sth:(用手、脚、棍子等)摸索,寻找某物e.g. She felt under the pillow her watch.3) a moment:片刻,一会儿e.g. She was silent a moment, weighing in her mind the pros and cons. the moment:此刻、暂时e.g. I cannot recall his name the moment.) get down:下去,下来;写下来e.g. The bus was so jammed that I could not get down.Here’s the telephone number I got down you.get down to:认真着手进行处理e.g. It is no good shirking the job, it will have to be got down to. 学习 混淆 听力 英语口语

All of us have thrilling stories in which the hero had only a limited and specified time to live. Sometimes it was as long as a year; sometimes as short as twenty-four hours, but always we were interested in discovering just how the doomed man chose to spend his last days or his last hours. I speak, of course, of free men who have a choice, not condemned criminals whose sphere of activities is strictly delimited.我们都读过这样一些动人的故事,故事里主人公将不久于人世长则一年,短则小时但是我们总是很想知道这个即将离开人世的人是决定怎样度过他最后的日子的当然,我所指的是有权作出选择的自由人,不是那些活动范围受到严格限制的死囚Such stories set us thinking, wondering what we should do under similar circumstances. What associations should we crowd into those last hours as mortal beings? What happiness should we find in reviewing the past, what regrets?这一类故事会使我们思考在类似的处境下,我们自己该做些什么?在那些临终前的几个小时里我们会产生哪些联想?会有多少欣慰和遗憾呢?Sometimes I have thought it would be an excellent rule to live each day as if we should die tomorrow. Such an attitude would emphasize sharply the values of life. We should live each day with a gentleness, a vigor, and a keenness of appreciation which are often lost when time stretches bee us in the constant panorama of more days and months and years to come. There are those, of course, who would adopt the epicurean motto of ;Eat, drink, and be merry,; but most people would be chastened by the certainty of impending death.有时我想,把每天都当作生命的最后一天来度过也不失为一个很好的生命法则这种人生态度会使人非常重视人生的价值每一天我们都应该以和善的态度、充沛的精力和热情的欣赏来度过,而这些恰恰是在来日方长时往往被我们忽视的东西当然,有这样一些人奉行享乐主义的座右铭--吃喝玩乐,但是大多数人却不能摆脱死亡来临的恐惧Most of us take life granted. We know that one day we must die, but usually we picture that day as far in the future, when we are in buoyant health, death is all but unimaginable. We seldom think of it. The days stretch out in an endless vista. So we go about our petty task, hardly aware of our listless attitude towards life.我们大多数人认为生命理所当然,我们明白总有一天我们会死去,但是我们常常把这一天看得非常遥远当我们身强体壮时,死亡便成了难以想象的事情了我们很少会考虑它,日子一天天过去,好像没有尽头所以我们为琐事奔波,并没有意识到我们对待生活的态度是冷漠的The same lethargy, I am afraid, characterizes the use of all our faculties and senses. Only the deaf appreciate hearing, only the blind realize the manifold blessings that lie in sight. Particularly does this observation apply to those who have lost sight and hearing in adult life. But those who have never suffered impairment of sight or hearing seldom make the fullest use of these blessed faculties. Their eyes and ears take in all sights and sound hazily, without concentration, and with little appreciation. It is the same old story of not being grateful what we conscious of health until we are ill.我想我们在运用我们所有五官时恐怕也同样是冷漠的只有聋子才珍惜听力,只有盲人才能认识到能见光明的幸运对于那些成年致盲或失聪的人来说尤其如此但是那些听力或视力从未遭受损失的人却很少充分利用这些幸运的能力,他们对所见所闻不关注、不欣赏这与常说的不是去不懂得珍贵,不生病不知道健康可贵的道理是一样的I have often thought it would be a blessing if each human being were stricken blind and deaf a few days at some time during his early adult life. Darkness would make him more appreciative of sight; silence would teach him the joys of sound.我常想如果每一个人在他成年的早些时候,有几天成了聋子或瞎子也不失为一件幸事黑暗将使他更怜惜光明;沉寂将教他知道声音的乐趣Now and then I have tested my seeing friends to discover what they see. Recently I was visited by a very good friend who had just returned from a long walk in the woods, and I asked her what she had observed. ;Nothing in particular,; she replied. I might have been incredulous had I not been accustomed to such responses, long ago I became convinced that the seeing see little.有时我会试探我的非盲的朋友们,想知道他们看见了什么最近我的一位非常要好的朋友来看我,她刚刚在树林里走了很长时间,我问她看见了什么;没什么特别的,;她回答说如不是我早已习惯了这样的回答,我也许不会轻易相信,因为很久以前我就相信了有眼人看不见什么How was it possible, I asked myself, to walk an hour through the woods and see nothing worthy of note? I who cannot see find hundreds of things to interest me through mere touch. I feel the delicate symmetry of a leaf. I pass my hands lovingly about the smooth skin of a silver birch, or the rough shaggy bark of a pine. In spring I touch the branches of trees hopefully in search of a bud, the first sign of awakening Nature after her winter sleep. I feel the delightful, velvety texture of a flower, and discover its remarkable convolutions; and something of the miracle of Nature is revealed to me. Occasionally, if I am very tunate, I place my hand gently in a small tree and feel the happy quiver of a bird in full song. I am delighted to have the cool waters of a brook rush through my open fingers. To me a lush carpet of pine needles or spongy grass is more welcome than the most luxurious Persian rug. To me the pageant of seasons is a thrilling and unending drama, the action of which streams through my finger tips. At times my heart cries out with longing to see all these things. If I can get so much pleasure from mere touch, how much more beauty must be revealed by sight. Yet, those who have eyes apparently see little. The panorama of color and action fill the world is taken granted. It is human, perhaps, to appreciate little that which we have and to long that which we have not, but it is a great pity that in the world of light and the gift of sight is used only as a mere convenience rather than as a means of adding fullness to life.我问自己在树林中走了一小时,怎么可能什么值得注意的东西都没有看到呢?而我一个盲人仅仅通过触摸就发现了数以百计的有趣的东西我感到树叶的对称美,用手抚摸着白桦树光滑的树皮或是松树那粗糙的厚厚的树皮春天里我满怀着希望触摸着树枝寻找新芽,那是大自然冬眠后醒来的第一个征象我感到了花朵的可爱和茸茸的感觉,发现它层层叠叠地绽开着,大自然的神奇展现在我的面前当我把手轻轻的放在一颗小树上,如果幸运的话,偶尔会感到歌唱的小鸟欢快的颤动我会愉快地让清凉的溪水从手之间流过对我来说,满地厚厚的松针和松软的草坪比奢华的波斯地毯更惹人喜爱对我来说四季变换的景色如同一场动人心魄的不会完结的戏剧,剧中的人物动作从我的指尖流过我的心在不时的呐喊,带着对光明的渴望既然通过触摸就能使我获得如此多的喜悦,那么光明定会展示更多美好的事务啊可惜的是那些有眼睛的人分明看到很少,整个世界缤纷的色和万物的活动都被认为是理所当然也许不珍惜已经拥有的,想得到还没有得到的是人的特点,但是在光明的世界里只把视觉用做一种方便的工具而不是丰富生活的工具,这是令人多么遗憾的事啊Oh, the things that I should see if I had the power of sight three days!噢,假如我拥有三天光明,我将会看见多少事物啊! 857

口语小词:三十五种爱的英文表达方式 -01-7 :: 来源: 母爱 maternal love; mother love; a mother‘s love her children; maternal affection 父爱 paternal love 父母的爱 parental love 父母子女间的爱 love between parent and child 子女对长辈的爱 filial love 互爱 reciprocal affection 慈爱 the benevolent affections 疼爱 the tender love 夫妻之爱 conjugal love 深深[永恒,真挚,贞洁,坚定不移]的爱 ardent [everlasting, sincere, chaste, steadfast] love 狂热的爱 fanatic love; wild love 强烈的爱 a keen affection 爱如己出 cherish a child as one‘s own 爱恨交织 be overwhelmed by mixed lovehate feelings 爱憎分明 have a clearcut stand on what to love and what to hate 爱莫能助 be sympathetic but have no ability to help; be willing to, but powerless to render assistance 爱校如家 love the school as dearly as one does one‘s own home 永远相爱 love each other with an undying affection 疼爱某人 dearly love sb.; set one‘s affection on sb. 终生钟爱妻子 retain a tender affection one‘s wife to the end of one‘s life 真诚[温柔,疯狂,盲目]地爱 love sincerely [tenderly, wildly, blindly] 专一[忠诚]地爱某人 love sb. devotedly [loyally] 至死不渝地爱某人 love sb. to the day of one‘s death 炽热地爱…… have a burning love …… 爱上某人 fall in love with sb.; grow tender of sb. 爱子女 feel affection to one‘s children; have an affection one‘s children 表示对某人的爱 show love to sb. 公开表示对某人的爱 declare one‘s love to sb. 渴望得到某人的爱 desire the love of sb. 需要母爱 need a mother care 怀疑某人对……的爱 doubt sb.‘s love …… 得某人的爱 earn sb.‘s love; win sb.‘s love 保持对某人的爱 keep one‘s affection of sb.; retain one‘s love sb. 激起对……的爱 inspire a love …… 方式 表达 英文 口语

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