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谢耳朵口头禅 “bazinga” -- 3::7 来源: “万众美剧迷喜爱的谢耳朵同学要来北京啦!”“真的?我要高兴得昏过去了!”“当然是假的Bazinga!”Bazinga is a term used by "The Big Bang Theory" leading character Dr. Sheldon Cooper as a follow-up to jokes, pranks, and chuckle-filled "gotcha" situations. Sheldon began using the term just bee the third season started.Bazinga是《生活大爆炸男主角谢耳朵常说的一个口头禅,多用在玩笑、恶搞以及令人措不及防的暗讽之后,中文意思类似于“逗你玩儿”这个词在第三季开始之前首次亮相Following is a typical “bazinga” conversation between Sheldon and his roommate Leonard:以下是谢耳朵和他室友莱纳德之间的一段bazinga对话:Sheldon: "Leonard, you may be right. It appears Penny secretly wants you in her life in a very intimate and carnal fashion."谢:莱纳德,也许你是对的,佩妮的确希望你走进她的生活,同你发展更亲密更深层的关系Leonard: "You really think so?"莱:你真这么想?Sheldon: "Of course not. Even in my sleep-deprived state I've managed to pull off one of my classic pranks. Bazinga!"谢:当然不是了即使处于睡眠不足状态,我的恶作剧还是屡试不爽Bazinga!Clearly, Sheldon uses the term as a stinging barb meant to impress his cleverness upon victims.很显然,谢耳朵是想用这个词让他的恶作剧对象们对他的智慧完全折 谢耳朵口头禅 谢耳朵 口头禅Everyday English每日会话:Funkytown - Li Inc -01-7 19::3 来源: Bobby: Kelly, do you have any spare batteries that I can borrow? Kelly: More? You borrowed fifteen batteries from me last week. Bobby: I know but they have run flat aly. Kelly: What are you doing with all of these batteries? Bobby: They are my new boom-box! Kelly: Your boom-box! You must have the volume turned all the way to ten. Bobby: Actually my boom-box volume goes to eleven! Kelly: You'll go deaf if you're not careful. Bobby: Maybe, but I'll have a great time doing it. 鲍比:凯莉,你有备用电池可以借给我吗? 凯莉:还要借?上周你从我这借了十五节电池 鲍比:我知道,不过它们已经用光了 凯莉:你用那些电池来做什么? 鲍比:用在我新的便携式立体声录放机上! 凯莉:你的便携式立体声录放机!你肯定把音量一放就放到 鲍比:实际上我的便携式立体声录放机的最高音量为 凯莉:如果你不小心你会聋的 鲍比:也许吧,不过这么做我很高兴------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Boom-box: a CD, radio and cassette player with speakers that you can take wherever you go 便携式立体声录放机:带有喇叭、可播放CD或盒带和接收广播的录放机,可随身携带 My school had a 'no boom-box' policy and teachers would take them off you if you did bring one. 我的学校有一条“不许带便携式立体声录放机”的规定如果你带了,老师就会没收掉 ) Deaf: not able to hear 聋:失去听觉 The concert that I went to last night was so loud that I had to wear earplugs so I would not become deaf. 昨晚我去的音乐会声音太大了,我不得不带上耳塞,要不然我会变聋的 3) Punks: people who listen to punk music, wear leather clothes and believe in anarchy 蓬克摇滚乐迷:听蓬克摇滚音乐、穿着皮衣并且喜欢骚乱的人 The punk club that I went to was so tough that you had to cut yourself with a razor just to get in the door. 我去的蓬克摇滚乐俱乐部可真狠,光进门你就得扒层皮 ) Sucks: a slang way saying that something is not good (be careful how you use this one when you speak or write English) 不好:说某事不好的俚语(口头或书面用此说法时你要注意怎么用) I wanted to see a movie last night with my girlfriend but she had aly seen it and said that it really sucks! 昨晚我想和女朋友去看场电影,可是她已经看过了,而且还说那片子很烂! Dialogue(对话) Jessie: I really feel like dancing, Tina. Tina: I love to dance. What type of music is your favorite dancing to? Jessie: Disco! Anything from the 1970s is just fine by me. Tina: Oh. I hate disco music. Punks say that disco sucks. Jessie: But the music that punks listen to is the worst type of music! Tina: I think I have an old cassette with some disco music on it. Jessie: See if you can find it and we can dance together in your room. Tina: Here it is. I bet you don't know this song! 杰西:我真的很想跳舞,蒂娜 蒂娜:我喜欢跳舞你最喜欢的舞曲是哪种音乐? 杰西:迪斯科!只要是70年代的我都喜欢 蒂娜:哦,我讨厌迪斯科音乐蓬克摇滚乐迷说迪斯科不好 杰西:可是蓬克摇滚乐迷听的可是最糟糕的一种音乐! 蒂娜:我好像有一盒老带子,里面有一些迪斯科音乐 杰西:看看你能不能找到它,我们可以在你的房里一起跳舞 蒂娜:给,我打赌你不知道这首歌! 每日 nbsp that Bobby:英语口语就餐:付款 -- ::50 来源: 在外用餐时 付款请结账Bill, please.Id like the check, please.在哪儿付钱?Where should I pay?我请客It on me.It on me. (我请客)Oh! How nice! (哦!那太好了,谢谢!)This is my treat.Ill pay dinner.Ill treat you.Ill pay drinks. (我付饮料的钱)我来付Ill take care of it.这是什么的钱?What is this ?What is this charge ?What is this amount ?我觉得这儿算错了Im afraid there is a mistake here. *Im afraid… “我觉得是不是……”,一般用于不太好的事情mistake 表示“错误”我们各付各的吧Let go Dutch. *Dutch 表示“荷兰人”,而go Dutch则表示“自己的费用自己付”、“分摊”Let split the bill.Let divide the cost.我们分开付款Wed like to pay separately.Wed like to pay separately. (我们分开付款)All right. (明白了)不用找钱了Keep the change.请开张发票May I have a receipt, please? 口语 付款

Everyday English每日会话:Mother's Day 母亲节 -01-7 19::1 来源: Bobby: I love my mother so much! Kelly: Well, today is the right day to tell her how much you love and cherish her. Bobby: I want her to feel like she is the luckiest woman on earth today. Kelly: So how will you pamper her? Bobby: My dad is out of town on business, so I am going to do whatever he would do if he were here. Kelly: And exactly what is that? Bobby: I don't know! I have called my dad's secretary to ask her help. Kelly: Groan! You are such a muddle-head Bobby. But you are so sweet wanting to be such a romantic guy your mom. Bobby: Happy Mother's Day! 鲍比:我太爱我的妈妈了! 凯莉:那今天是最合适的日子了,你可以告诉她你有多爱她多珍惜她 鲍比;我要让她觉得今天她是世界上最幸运的女人 凯莉:那你打算为她做什么呢? 鲍比:我爸爸出差了,所以如果他在这儿会做什么我就做什么 凯莉:具体是什么呢? 鲍比:我不知道!我给我爸爸的秘书打了电话请她帮忙 凯莉:天哪!你真是个笨蛋,鲍比可你又那么可爱,这么想给你妈妈带来浪漫 鲍比:母亲节快乐!----------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Mother's Day: a special day to stop and remember how much you love, cherish and respect your Mom 母亲节:一个特殊的日子,让你停下来想一想你有多爱你的妈妈、多么珍惜她和尊敬她 It's hard to show your mom just how much you love her in only one day, but you should try to make Mother's Day really special her. 仅仅在一天里向你妈妈表达你有多爱她不是件容易的事,可你应该尽量让母亲节这一天对她来说很特别 ) Cherish: to feel or show affection someone 珍爱:向某人表示爱 My mother, my girlfriend and my sister are the only three women I truly cherish. 我妈妈、我女朋友和我是我真正唯一喜欢的三个女人 3) Pamper: to treat with care and attention 娇纵、呵护 I love going to the beauty salon because they really pamper me. 我喜欢去美容院,因为他们实在是对我很好 Dialogue(对话) Jessie: Tina, I really need your help. Tina: You are my best friend, Jessie. Just ask me and I will help you. Jessie: I want to write a nice poem on this card my mother, but I can't think of what to say. Tina: Just tell her how much you love her and list all the reasons why. Jessie: But I love her so many reasons. Help me to decide where to start. Tina: How about you begin with the letter 'M' and then think of something that starts with that letter to describe her? Jessie: And then move to the letter 'O'? Tina: Right! You really are smart, Jessie! Jessie: I owe it all to my mother! 杰茜:蒂娜我真的需要你的帮助 蒂娜:你是我最好的朋友,杰茜,跟我说我会帮你 杰茜:我想在这张卡片上给我妈妈写一首很美的诗,可我想不出来写什么 蒂娜:就告诉她你是多么爱她,再列出所有你爱她的原因 杰茜:可是我爱她的原因太多了帮我想一下从哪开始 蒂那:从字母“M”开始,然后再以这个字母为首写点儿什么来形容她怎么样? 杰茜:接下来再用字母“O”? 蒂娜:没错!你真的很聪明,杰茜 杰茜:这都归功于我妈妈! 每日 nbsp 妈妈 love

每一脉思想,每一次行动,每一个梦想,每一线希望每一幅景象,每一缕声音,都消逝而去......Dusk Looking into the sunset I can't help but notice that despite her beauty,a sense of struggle and hopeless surround the sky .Deep inside you realize that this day is gone,and everything that It had brought is lost ever.Every thought,every action,every dream,every hope,every sight,every sound is gone.There is no chance of every being returned the same,exactly the same. every moment has a limit to what it can capture,Every memory has a limit to what it had retrieve.And the colours in the sky try to entertain us.one last act with painted smiles, they too know that nothing can be done to save the day.So futile their attempt to comt our fear of the night.our horror as we try to find our way,like children who wander into a est and never return.I am ingratiated by the sunset because of her sensitivity as she tries to push the darknessback just a moment more.But like so many times bee....to no avail! 586深圳市民基本英语0句-69 -01-6 3:8:5 来源: Doyouhavereservations?您有预订吗?Mini-talk会话Receptionist: Good evening. Do you have reservations?晚上好,您有预订吗?John: Yes.有Receptionist: What's your name, please?请问您叫什么名字?John:John Lee.李约翰Receptionist:That is a single room three nights, Mr. Lee?李先生,您订了三天的单人房,对吗?John:That's right.对 英语 基本 市民 深圳If I were a boy again, I would practice perseverance more often, and never give up a thing because it was or inconvenient. If we want light, we must conquer darkness. Perseverance can sometimes equal genius in its results. “There are only two creatures,” syas a proverb, “who can surmount the pyramids — the eagle and the snail.” If I were a boy again, I would school myself into a habit of attention; I would let nothing come between me and the subject in hand. I would remember that a good skater never tries to skate in two directions at once. The habit of attention becomes part of our life, if we begain early enough. I often hear grown up people say “ I could not fix my attention on the sermon or book, although I wished to do so” , and the reason is, the habit was not med in youth. If I were to live my life over again, I would pay more attention to the cultivation of the memory. I would strengthen that faculty by every possible means, and on every possible occasion. It takes a little hard work at first to remember things accurately; but memory soon helps itself, and gives very little trouble. It only needs early cultivation to become a power.假如我又回到了童年,我做事要更有毅力,决不因为事情艰难或者麻烦而撒手不干,我们要光明,就得征黑暗毅力在效果上有时能同天才相比俗话说:“能登上金字塔的生物,只有两种——鹰和蜗牛”假如我又回到了童年,我就要养成专心致志的习惯;有事在手,就决不让任何东西让我分心我要牢记:优秀的滑冰手从不试图同时滑向两个不同的方向如果及早养成这种专心致志的习惯,它将成为我们生命的一部分我常听成年人说:“虽然我希望能集中注意听牧师讲道或读书,但往往做不到”而原因就是年轻时没有养成这种习惯假如我现在能重新开始我的生命,我就要更注意的培养我要采取一切可能的办法,并且在一切可能的场合,增强要正确无误地记住一些东西,在开始阶段的确要作出一番小小的努力;但要不了多久,本身就会起作用,使记忆成为轻而易举的事,只需及早培养,记忆自会成为一种才能If I were a boy again, I would cultivate courage. “Nothing is so mild and gentle as courage, nothing so cruel and pitiless as cowardice,” syas a wise author. We too often borrow trouble, and anticipate that may never appear.” The fear of ill exceeds the ill we fear.” Dangers will arise in any career, but presence of mind will often conquer the worst of them. Be prepared any fate, and there is no harm to be freared. If I were a boy again, I would look on the cheerful side. Life is very much like a mirror if you smile upon it, I smiles back upon you; but if you frown and look doubtful on it, you will get a similar look in return. Inner sunshine warms not only the heart of the owner, but of all that come in contact with it. “ who shuts love out ,in turn shall be shut out from love.” If I were a boy again, I would school myself to say no more often. I might write pages on the importance of learning very early in life to gain that point where a young boy can stand erect, and decline doing an unworthy act because it is unworthy. If I were a boy again, I would demand of myself more courtesy towards my companions and friends, and indeed towards strangers as well. The smallest courtesies along the rough roads of life are like the little birds that sing to us all winter long, and make that season of ice and snow more endurable. Finally, instead of trying hard to be happy, as if that were the sole purpose of life, I would , if I were a boy again, I would still try harder to make others happy.假如我又回到了童年,我就要培养勇气一位明智的作家曾说过:“世上没有东西比勇气更温文尔雅,也没有东西比懦怯更残酷无情”我们常常过多地自寻烦恼,杞人忧天“怕祸害比祸害本身更可怕”凡事都有危险,但镇定沉着往往能克最严重的危险对一切祸福做好准备,那么就没有什么灾难可以害怕的了假如我又回到了童年,我就要事事乐观生活犹如一面镜子:你朝它笑,它也朝你笑;如果你双眉紧锁,向它投以怀疑的目光,它也将还以你同样的目光内心的欢乐不仅温暖了欢乐者自己的心,也温暖了所有与之接触者的心“谁拒爱于门外,也必将被爱拒诸门外”假如我又回到了童年,我就要养成经常说“不”字的习惯一个少年要能挺得起腰,拒绝做不应该做的事,就因为这事不值得做我可以写上好几页谈谈早年培养这一点的重要性假如我又回到了童年,我就要要求自己对伙伴和朋友更加礼貌,而且对陌生人也应如此在坎坷的生活道路上,最细小的礼貌犹如在漫长的冬天为我们歌唱的小鸟,那歌声使冰天雪地的寒冬变得较易忍受最后,假如我又回到了童年,我不会力图为自己谋幸福,好像这就是人生唯一的目的;与之相反,我要更努力为他人谋幸福 63

英语中不感兴趣时的日常用法 -- :: 来源: I dont care. *向对方表示“不要再嗦”的心情What do you want dinner? (晚饭你想吃什么?)I dont care. (什么都行)Anything fine.-----管它呢!Who cares?I dont think it a good idea. (我认为那不是个好主意)Who cares? (管它呢!)So what? (那又怎么样?)So? (后来呢?)Well?Does it matter?Big deal.What difference does it make?-----随便你!Whatever you want.As you wish.谁知道呢Nobody knows.Do you think the economy will improve? (你认为经济可以恢复吗?)Nobody knows. (谁知道呢)Who knows?No one knows.-----这跟我没关系It has nothing to do with me. *have nothing to do with... “完全没有关系”、“没关系”,表明坏事或不好的事与自己无关Why dont you help him? (你怎么不帮他呢?)It has nothing to do with me. (这跟我有什么关系)It not my concern.It not my business.It not my problem.-----我才不在乎呢I couldnt care less. *“我没关系”、“没事”的口语说法,有些俚语味道Im going to report you to our boss. (我要向老板告你)Go ahead. I couldnt care less. (随便!我才不在乎呢)I dont give a damn.-----没人注意你Nobody cares.But Im not a good dancer. (可我跳舞跳得不好)Nobody cares. (没人注意你)Nobody gives a damn. *语气较强,在有些场合下,听起来会有点下流的感觉-----随他们去呢!Let it be.Tom and Mary are fighting a lot these days. We should do something about it. (最近汤姆和玛丽老打架,我们是不是得做点什么)Let it be. (甭管他们!)-----我才不在乎他们说什么呢I dont care what they say.Everyone says youre a liar. (大家都说你是个骗子)I dont care what they say. (我才不在乎他们说什么呢)I dont care what they might say.What they say doesnt matter to me. (他们说什么都跟我没关系)I dont care what anyone says.Other people opinions dont matter to me. (别人说什么对我来说不重要)Im not concerned about what they may say.-----哪个都行Anyone will do.Which one? (哪个?)Anyone will do. (哪个都行)It doesnt matter.Anyone okay.Anything will do.-----没他我们也可以We can do without him.We dont need him. (我们不需要他)His help isnt necessary. (我们不需要他的帮助)-----我没什么特别要说的Ive got nothing special to talk about.Ive got nothing special to talk about. (我没什么特别要说的)That okay. (那好吧)I have nothing particular to talk about.I dont have anything special to discuss. (我没有什么特别要商量的)-----无所谓It doesnt matter. *当被对方问“是A还是B”,回答哪个都行时Do you want red or white? (你想要红的还是白的?)It doesnt matter. (无所谓)I dont care.It doesnt make any difference.It all the same to me. (对我来说都一样)I dont feel strongly about it one way or the other. (我不那么在乎是哪一个)Either will do.Either one will be fine.-----这又不是什么新鲜事It the same old story.She only married him his money. (她只是冲他的钱才跟他结婚的呀)It the same old story. (这又不是什么新鲜事) 日常英语 英语口语英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- ::8 来源: . Invitation高速下载 1. Can you come over and join us?. Shall we have a drink at this restaurant?3. We’ll be glad you can come to attend our meeting.. Won’t you come with me?5. You must join us lunch.6. Could we have the honor of your presents at the meeting?7. I would very much. Thank you.8. I’d like nothing better than to meet your parents.9. That’s very nice of you.. It would give us great pleasure to enjoy Christmas with you.Dialogue 1M: Would you like to come out with me tonight?W: Sorry, I can’t.M: Tomorrow night, then?W: I’d like to. But I’m afraid I can’t.M: I’m wondering if you like to go to the theatre then.W: That’s sounds great.M: Ok. How about give me a ring, then?W: No. I’d better not.M: Why not?W: Because I don’t think my husband would like it. Thank you inviting me anyway.Dialogue M: When can we expect you and your daughter dinner? Next Saturday?W: Next Saturday? I’m sorry. I’ve promised to go to a Chinese Opera with my daughter.M: How about Sunday then?W: Yes, Sunday sounds fine. What time?M: Does 6:30 suit you?W: It suits us fine. We’ll see you then.M: Thanks, goodbye.Dialogue 3M: Would you like to have dinner with me tonight?W: Oh, that sounds great!M: I’ll pick you up at…say, 7:30?W: Yes, that would be perfect.M: See you tonight then.W: Yes. Thank you inviting me.Dialogue M: Are you doing anything tonight?W: No, nothing. Why?M: Do you like western music?W: Yes, I do very much.M: There’s a concert tonight. Would you like to go and listen to it? W: Oh, yes. I’d love to.Dialogue 5F: 7879. Hello, Could I speak to Mary, please? This is Mrs. t here.M: This is Mary speaking. F: Ah, Mary, good evening. Look, I was wondering if you like to come to a party we are having on Friday? There are many coming from the office.M: Oh, that sounds nice. I’d love to.Dear Professor Green, I was told by our mutual friend Mr. Smith that you would visit China next month this year. May I take the opporty to invite you to come to our college to give the students of our English department some lectures on Modern American Literature? Please let me know as soon as possible if you can come and tell me when you will be able to do so. With warm personal regards.Your sincerelyMary 小时 上半 每天 英语口语  要无所畏惧而不是听天由命因为你明白,我相信当我满怀诚意,静静等待事情发生时,它们便会发生这并不是一种消极的状态,而是对自己真正处境的了解 The Art of Bouncing Back by Joyce Grenfell I think the center of my faith is an absolute certainty of good. Like everyone else, I get low and there are times when I feel as if I have my fins backwards and am swimming upstream in heavy boots. But even in these dark times, even though I feel cut off, perhaps, and alone, I am aware - even if distantly - that I am part of a whole and that the whole is true and real and good. I have never had any difficultly in believing in God. I don't believe in a personal God and I don't quite see how it is possible to believe in a God who knows both good and evil and yet to trust in Him. I believe in God, Good, in One Mind, and I believe we are all subject to and part of this oneness. It's taken me time to understand words like "tolerance" and "understandind." I have given lip service to "tolerance" and to "understanding" years but only now do I think I begin to understand a little what they mean. If we are all one of another, and this, though uncomtably, is probably the case, then sooner or later we have got to come to terms with each other. I believe in the individuality of man, and it is only by individual experience that we can, any of us, make a contribution to understanding. I've always been a bit confused about self and egotism because I instinctively felt both were barriers to understanding. And so in a sense they are. I used to worry a lot about personality and that sort of egotism. I noticed that certain artists - musicians, instance - would allow their personalities to get between the music and the listener. But others, greater and theree humbler, became clear channels through which the music was heard unimpeded. And it occurred to me, not very originally, that the good we know in man is from God so it is a good thing to try to keep oneself as clear as possible from the wrong sort of self. And it's not very easy, particularly if you are on the stage! I am one of those naturally happy people even when they get low soon bounce back. In minor things like housekeeping and keeping in sight of letters to be answered I am a Planny-Annie. That is to say I get through the chores in order to enjoy the space beyond. But I do find that, believing in the operation of good as I do, I cannot make plans - important ones, I mean - but I must prepare the ground and then leave the way free as far as possible. This, of course, means being fearless and isn't fatalistic, because you see I believe that when I am faithful enough to be still and to allow things to happen serenely, they do. And this being still isn't a negative state but an awareness of one's true position. Friends are the most important things in my life - that and the wonder of being necessary to someone. But these things pass and in end one is alone with God. I'm not nearly y that yet, but I do see it with my heart's eye. I don't understand it entirely, but I believe there is only now and our job is to recognize and rejoice in this now. Now... Not, of course, the man-measured now of Monday, Friday, or whenever, but the now of certain truth. That doesn't change. Surely everything has been done - is done. Our little problem is to reveal and enjoy. 989

7Andrew CarnegieAndrew Carnegie, known as the King of Steel, built the steel industry in the ed States, and , in the process, became one of the wealthiest men in America. His success resulted in part from his ability to sell the product and in part from his policy of expanding during periods of economic decline, when most of his competitors were reducing their investments.Carnegie believed that individuals should progress through hard work, but he also felt strongly that the wealthy should use their tunes the benefit of society. He opposed charity, preferring instead to provide educational opporties that would allow others to help themselves. ;He who dies rich, dies disgraced,; he often said.Among his more noteworthy contributions to society are those that bear his name, including the Carnegie Institute of Pittsburgh, which has a library, a museum of fine arts, and a museum of national history. He also founded a school of technology that is now part of Carnegie-Mellon University. Other philanthrophic gifts are the Carnegie Endowment International Peace to promote understanding between nations, the Carnegie Institute of Washington to fund scientific research, and Carnegie Hall to provide a center the arts.Few Americans have been left untouched by Andrew Carnegie generosity. His contributions of more than five million dollars established ,500 libraries in small commies throughout the country and med the nucleus of the public library system that we all enjoy today. 19Bumpkin: 乡巴佬 -01-6 3:9:51 来源: 从十六世纪开始,bumpkin就已经被用来表示"反应慢、无知的,容易上当的农村人"意思相近的词还有许多,如hayseed, yokel,rube 和hick等等形容很笨的城里人的词有city slicker ,greenhorn,tenderfoot 和 dude其实,这些词的意思都差不多,都是指乡巴佬(a damn fool),和在农村还是在城市的关系不大需要指出的是, Bumpkin这个词原来并不表示对一个人居住地的嘲讽它的用法被认为和荷兰词boomken有关,意思是"小树"(little tree),贬义的用法形容荷兰人身材矮小,相当于"stumpy"十七世纪,英国和荷兰之间的战争持续时间很久,所以英语中有许多带有侮辱性的词汇都和荷兰有关如:Dutch treat(AA制,吃饭各付各钱)、Dutch courage (匹夫之勇) 及the Dutch act (自杀)等用法Bumpkin本来和乡村并没有关系,现在这种表示"乡巴佬"、"土包子"带有侮辱性的用法是从十八世纪开始的(中国日报网站编译) 用法 表示 世纪 意思此次,我不过是尽人性之善的使者,微不足道,但能尽微薄之力倍感温謦经常听到人们指责我们这代年轻人的缺点,但正是这些年轻人在天灾之时,回应了人们的求助,实了人世间充满了慷慨和爱心Easter in JacksonThe pounding rain began in the middle of the night. The people of Jackson, Ohio awoke to the sound then went back to sleep. The next day the rain continued, and the water began to rise. Statistics said Jackson floods once every one hundred years, but no one believed this would be the flood of the century. People were evacuated from their homes to higher ground, leaving everything behind. Buildings in the low-lying areas were immersed in water. People watched as dogs, cats, cows and other animals were swept away. Cars and trucks were carried miles from their homes. The people felt helpless as they watched Mother Nature show her power.Susan returned to her sixth-grade student-teaching experience the following Monday. She told the story to her students and showed them pictures from the newspaper. Her inspired and compassionate students took action. They stopped raising money their trip to Camp Kern and began raising money the flood victims. They sold lollipops, wrote letters to the commy asking donations and collected their own money. Even first-graders donated money. Mountains of clothes,furniture and food piled up. Susan's class made Easter baskets from shoe-boxes and filled them with candy and toys as well as toothpaste,soap,toothbrushes and shampoo.   She and I loaded her mom's black Chevy Beretta to the ceiling with the Easter baskets. On the trip there,I wondered what I would see;I couldn't imagine losing almost everything. Dusk was beginning to set in,and I felt nervous when we arrived. My stomach dropped when I saw some houses reduced to the railroad ties that had been their foundation. The smell of river water permeated the air. No carpet,furniture,plumbing or appliances remained. Knowing that only days ago this had been someone's home pained my heart. How many children had grown up here?What kind of memories lingered?Would the house ever be rebuilt?The monster flood had dulled its roar and retreated,but its impact would be long-lasting.   We drove from house to house,knocking on doors,y to begin our mission. I was filled with trepidation. Would families who had been devastated by floodwater want an Easter basket?The gesture was beginning to seem useless. "Hello,I'm Susan Moore,and this is my friend,Allison. My sixth-graders at Pennyroyal Elementary made Easter baskets you when they heard about the flooding because they wanted to help. " Their faces lit up as they opened their gifts. As we entered one home,a husband and wife were crouched over their floor with hammer and nails. When he opened the box,he began to cry. "I can't believe those kids did this. Let me give you some money their school. "As I glanced at what was left of his home,I could not believe his generous spirit. He eventually conceded to write a thank-you note instead. One woman ran out to find us after opening her box,tears rolling down her face. "I collected bunny rabbits,and I lost them all in the flood. There was a small pink rabbit in my box. I can start my collection again. Thank you. "The burly man standing next to her also had tears in his eyes. My heart was warmed as I played the small role of messenger in this tribute to the good in the human spirit. So often we hear of the shortcomings of our youth,but these youngsters answered a cry help and gave proof that generosity and love prevail. 7

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