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Everyday English每日会话:Fa 追星 -01-7 19::36 来源: Bobby: Some singers just seem to keep on singing even when they are haggard. Kelly: Why should a singer stop just because they are getting on in years? Bobby: Singing is young people. Old folks always look so pathetic when they try to act younger than they are. Kelly: People like Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones were so cool when they were young, but now they just look like sad old men. Bobby: But their fans still want them to keep going. Kelly: Sometimes you have to ignore your fans and do what is right. Bobby: Maybe he likes singing so much that he can't stop? Kelly: I think that he likes the money he makes from singing. Bobby: Well, that seems like a good reason to me! 鲍比:一些歌手似乎就是到了老态龙钟的时候也还在坚持唱歌 凯莉:为什么歌手仅仅因为上了年纪就应该停下来? 鲍比:唱歌是年轻人的事当老人设法去装嫩的时候,他们总是看起来很可怜 凯莉:像滚石乐队的米克·贾格尔这样的人,他们年轻的时候很酷,不过现在他们看起来就像是悲哀的老人 鲍比:不过他们的歌迷还是希望他们继续唱下去 凯莉:有时候你得忽略你的歌迷,去做正确的事情 鲍比:也许他太喜欢唱歌了,停不下来? 凯莉:我认为他喜欢从唱歌挣来的钱 鲍比:唔,在我看来那是一个好理由!------------------------------------------------------------------------ NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Haggard: someone who looks very old 老态龙钟:看起来很老的人 Although my mom looks haggard, I still love her and think that she is very beautiful. 尽管我妈妈看起来很老,不过我仍然爱她,而且我认为她很美丽 ) Pathetic: hopelessly pitiful 可怜的,悲惨的:无望地令人同情 The teacher said that my excuse getting my homework was the most pathetic reason she had ever heard. 我的老师说我忘了家庭作业的借口是她所听过的最可怜的理由 3) Fans: people who like a particular singer, band or movie star 狂热者,追随者:喜欢某一个特定的歌手、乐队或电影明星的人 It must be hard famous people to answer all of the mail they get from their fans. 名人们给他们的狂热崇拜者的所有来信回信肯定是件很难的事情 Dialogue(对话) Jessie: I heard a song on the radio that changed my life. Tina: Wow! That sounds like a great song. Jessie: It was! It had a good beat that you could dance to and powerful lyrics. Tina: Usually songs that are good to dance have terrible words. Jessie: I know and that is why I say that this song will change my life. Tina: Because now you can dance and sing at the same time? Jessie: That's right! Maybe I could start a whole new type of exercise program? Tina: You will need to find more than just one song though. Jessie: Hmmm. I hadn't thought of that. Maybe I will listen to the song again! 杰西:我在收音机上听到了一首歌,它改变了我的生活 蒂娜:哇!那听起来像是一首很棒的歌 杰西:没错!它的节奏很强,你可以跟着跳舞,而且歌词也很有感染力 蒂娜:通常来说,可以用来伴舞的歌曲歌词都很差劲 杰西:我知道,这也就是为什么我说这首歌将要改变我生活的原因 蒂娜:因为现在你可以一边跳舞,一边唱歌? 杰西:说对了!也许我可以开始一项全新的训练计划? 蒂娜:不过只有一首歌还不够,你得多找一些歌曲 杰西:嗯我没有想过这个也许我要再听这首歌一遍! 每日 nbsp that they哀求情人的十句话 -- ::19 来源: 哀求情人的十句话1. Don’t leave me, please.求你不要离开我. Can we give it one more try?我们可不可以再试试看?3. I can’t live without you.没有你我活不下去. I can’t stand losing you.我不能失去你5. I’ll change, I promise.我会改的,我保6. I won’t hurt you anymore.我不会再伤害你了7. My life would be miserable without you.没有你我的生活会很凄惨的8. Please give me one more chance.请再给我一次机会9. Don’t you know how much I love you?难道你不晓得我有多爱你吗?.I know it’s all my fault. I’ll never break your heart again. Please give me.我知道都是我的错我再也不会伤你的心请原谅我关于“回家”(go home)的日常英语 -- :53:51 来源: 我回来了Im home.Im home. (我回来了)Welcome back. (你回来了)Im back!你回来了Welcome home!Welcome back!今天过得愉快吗?Did you have a good time?今天怎么样?How did it go today?How was your day?我可以出去玩儿会儿吗?Can I go out to play?Can I go out to play? (我可以出去玩儿会儿吗?)After you finish your homework. (写完作业再去吧)我饿了Im hungry.Im hungry. (我饿了)We have some snacks. (吃点儿点心吧)点心在哪儿?Where are the snacks?Where are the snacks? (点心在哪儿?)Theyre in the cupboard. (在碗橱里)我去补习学校了啊Im going to cram school now. *cram意为“填鸭式补习”Im going to cram school now. (我去补习学校了啊)Call when you finish. (下课后来个电话)能给我点儿零花钱吗?May I have my allowance?May I have my allowance? (能给我点儿零花钱吗?)What do you want to buy? (你要买什么呀?)真累啊!Im tired.Im exhausted. (我精疲力尽了)Im pooped. *俚语晚饭你想吃什么?What would you like dinner?What would you like dinner? (晚饭你想吃什么?)How about steak? (吃牛排怎么样?)What do you want dinner? (晚饭吃什么?)What do you want to eat dinner? (晚饭你想吃点什么?)你能帮我准备餐具吗?Would you help me set the table? *set the table 是将刀、叉和杯子在桌子上摆好,准备吃饭的意思Would you help me set the table? (你能帮我准备餐具吗?)Id be happy to. (乐意之至)Help me set up the table, will you? (你能帮我把餐具摆好吗?)晚饭做什么好呢?What should I make dinner?What should I whip up dinner?What should I cook dinner?What should I fix dinner?还是家好哇It good to be home.There no place like home. *意为“哪儿也没有自己家好”,是句常用的谚语It feels so good to be home.你能不能赶紧去趟商店?Would you run to the store? *不见得是“跑着去”,在这儿是“快点儿去”的意思Would you run to the store? (你能不能快点儿去趟商店?)In just a minute. (稍等一下)洗澡水烧好了The bath is y.It been a long day. (今天真累呀!)The bath is y. (洗澡水烧好了)我要冲个澡Im taking a shower.Im going to take a shower.晚饭做好了吗?Is dinner y?Is dinner y? (晚饭好了吗?)Not yet. (还没呢)Is it time dinner yet? (该吃晚饭了吧?)Have you made dinner? (晚饭做好了吗?)妈妈,今天晚饭吃什么?Mom, what dinner tonight?Mom, what did you make dinner?Mom, what did you fix dinner?晚饭吃什么?What dinner?What dinner? (晚饭吃什么?)Salisbury steak. (吃汉堡肉饼)Great! (太棒了)今天吃咖哩饭Today, were having curry.Were having curry today.还要多久才能做好呀?How soon can you get it y?How soon can you get it y? (还要多久才能做好呀?)In about five more minutes. (再有5分钟吧)When will it be y?How soon will it be done?我吃了啊Let eat.Shall we begin? (可以吃了吗?)请先吃吧Please go ahead.Please help yourself.这把刀真快呀!This knife cuts well, doesnt it?This knife cuts well, doesnt it? (这刀挺好使的,是不是?)It sure does. (真挺快的)水开啦!The water is boiling!The water is boiling! (水开啦!)O.K. (知道啦!)开饭啦!Come and get it! *这句直译为“来端菜!”it是指“做好了的饭菜”,全句的意思是“饭做好了,来吃吧!”是母亲常说的话It time dinner! (该吃晚饭啦!)BreakfastLunchDinner is y! (早饭午饭晚饭好了啊!)该吃饭啦!It time to eat.It time to eat. (该吃饭啦!)Finally. (终于吃上饭喽!)这就来啦!Im coming.Ill be right there. (我马上就去)Im on my way.手洗干净了吗?Did you wash your hands well?Did you wash your hands well? (手洗干净了吗?)Yes. (洗干净了)别弄洒了Dont spill it!Dont tip it over.把碗里的菜吃光Eat all of your vegetables.Finish your vegetables.Finish up your vegetables.把饭吃光Finish up your plate.Finish up your plate. (把碗里的饭吃干净)Im trying to. (这不吃着呢嘛)我不喜欢吃芦笋I dont like asparagus.I dont like asparagus. (我不喜欢吃芦笋)Dont be picky. (不许挑食)谢谢您的款待It was very delicious. Thank you.It was a wonderful dinner. (谢谢您丰盛的晚餐)能帮我收拾盘子吗?Would you clear the table?Would you put the dishes away?把盘子洗了Do the dishes! *最好就这样记住Do the dishes! (把盘子洗了)I will. (就去洗)Do the dishes! (把盘子洗了)It not my turn. (今天不该我洗)Wash the dishes!我擦盘子Ill dry the dishes. *dry是“使……干”、“除去水气”和“擦”的意思你干什么呢?What are you doing? *口语中一般发成“Whatre you doing?”我看电视呢Im watching TV. *注意在这种情况下,TV前不加the有什么好看的节目吗?Are there any good programs on TV?Are there any good programs on TV? (有什么好看的节目吗?)No, not today. (没有,今天没什么好看的)野茂上电视了Nomo is on TV.8频道演什么呢?What on Channel 8?能不能帮我换个台?Would you change the channel?Would you switch the channel?Would you change the station?我还想看电视I want to watch more TV.I want to watch more TV. (我还想看电视)Youve watched enough tonight. (今晚你看得够多的了)铺床吧Let sp out the futon. *sp意为“铺开”Let get the futon out. (把被子拿出来吧)我困了Im sleepy.Im sleepy. (我困了)Why dont you take a nap? (你干嘛不睡午觉?)Im drowsy. *drowsy是表示困得睁不开眼作业做了吗?Did you do your homework?Did you finish your homework?好好学习Study hard.Study hard. (好好学习)I am. (好好学着呢)快点睡觉Hurry up and go to sleep.游戏玩够了吧Enough with your games.Enough with your games. (游戏玩够了吧)I cant quit now. (正好玩着呢)一定要刷牙噢Make sure you brush your teeth.Make sure you brush your teeth. (一定要刷牙噢)I will. (一定刷)明天的东西都准备好了吗?Are you y tomorrow?Are you y tomorrow? (明天的东西都准备好了吗?)No, not yet. (没有,还没准备好呢)我去洗个澡Im going to take a bath.Im going to take a bath. (我去洗个澡)Make sure you wash up well. (好好洗洗啊)该睡觉了Time to go to sleep.Time to go to sleep. (该睡觉了)Just a minute. (再等一下)电视还开着呢You left the TV on.You left the TV on. (电视还开着呢)Sorry about that. (对不起,我忘了关)You got to turn the TV off. (你忘了关电视啦)别把你的东西都摊在这儿Dont leave your stuff here.Dont leave your stuff here. (别把你的东西都摊在这儿)I wont. (知道了)把闹钟定在8点了I set the alarm clock 8:00.I set it 8:00.明天7点叫醒我Wake me up at seven tomorrow.Wake me up at seven tomorrow. (明天7点叫醒我)Sure thing. (知道了)晚安Good night.Good night. (晚安)Sweet dreams. (做个好梦)做个好梦Sweet dreams! *该句和Good night!一起用于就寝前一般人均可使用,特别多用于父母对子女Sweet dreams! (做个好梦)Dont let the bedbugs bite. (晚安) *bedbugs “臭虫”,直译是“别让臭虫咬了”但现在没有这种意思,只是睡觉前常用的表达方式之一Have pleasant dreams. 日常英语 英语口语Important Things Life Teaches UsPickup1) in the RainOne night,at 30PM,an older African America) woman was standing on the side of an Alabama highway trying to endure a lashing3) rainstorm.Her car had broken down and she desperately) needed a ride.Soaking5) wet,she decided to flag down the next car.A young white man stopped to help her--generally unheard of in those conflict-filled 1960s.The man took her to safety,helped her get assistance and put her into a taxicab.She seemed to be in a big hurry.She wrote down his address,thanked him and drove away.Seven days went by and a knock came on the man's door.To his surprise,a giant console color TV was delivered to his home.A special note was attached.It "thank you so much assisting me on the highway the other night.The rain drenched6) not only my clothes but my spirits.Then you came along.Because of you,I was able to make it to my dying husband's bedside just bee he passed away.God bless you helping me and unselfishly serving others."Sincerely,Mrs.Nat King Cole." 5

I Want! I Do! I Get!There a great song out there by Jimmy Cliff, one of reggae top artists, that in six words summarizes just how you succeed in lifeI want! I do! I get!These six words are a very powerful way of connecting what you want with what you will achieve.First comes wanting something—a better life yourself, your family, more money, a better job, whatever it is you dream about and long . You desire it, you dream about it, you daydream about it, you yearn it. But that not enough.Next and this the part too many people get about—comes the doing. All of the wanting in the world is not going to move you one inch closer to what you want you have to do. You have to find a better job, change jobs, take risks, write software, try new things, stop doing old things, go to college, work, act, do. The doing is the absolutely indispensable connection between what you want and what you get.Finally, if you keep doing what needs to be done, if you keep adjusting what you do to move you closer to what you want, you get. Maybe not easily, maybe not as quickly as movies and television portray, but it will come.One final philosophical note about these six words notice that ;I; is three of them? Not what others want, not what others say you are ;supposed; or ;should; do. What more, no one is going to do it you. You are the key to making these six words work. 9597

人生的完整性在于知道如何面对缺陷,如何勇敢地摒弃不现实的幻想而又不以此为缺憾Once a circle missed awedge. The circle wanted to be whole, so it went around looking its missing piece. But because it was incomplete and theree could roll only very slowly, it admired the flowers along the way. It chatted with worms. It enjoyed the sunshine. It found lots of different pieces, but none of them fit. So it left them all by the side of the road and kept on searching. Then one day the circle found a piece that fit perfectly. It was so happy. Now it could be whole, with nothing missing. Itincorporatedthe missing piece into itself and began to roll. Now that it was a perfect circle, it could roll very fast, too fast to notice flowers or talk to the worms. When it realized how different the world seemed when it rolled so quickly, it stopped, left its found piece by the side of the road and rolled slowly away.There is a wholeness about the person who has come to terms with his limitations, who has been brave enough to let go of his unrealistic dreams and not feel like a failure doing so. There is a wholeness about the man or woman who has learned that he or she is strong enough to go through a tragedy and survive, she can lose someone and still feel like a complete person.读完这篇哲理短文,你有什么感受呢?欢迎在下面的留言框内说出你的想法,也欢迎您给我们的栏目提出宝贵的意见和建议 773

要想有个美丽花园, 面积大小姑且不管, 要想园中长满鲜花, 就必须把汗水挥洒 RESULTS AND ROSES Edgar Albert Guest The man who wants a garden fair, Or small or very big, With flowers growing here and there, Must bend his back and dig. The things are mighty few on earth, That wishes can attain, Whatever we want of any worth, We?ve got to work to gain. It matters not what goal you seek, Its secret here reposes You?ve got to dig from week to week, To get results or roses. 019983

凡事多不得——音乐欣赏多了,享受多了,零食享用多了,或是与朋友相处久了,人就会变得对生活力不从心,再也无法聆听世间美妙的声音,无法品尝人间百味,无法饱览天下美景,无法经历花前月下,无法留住片片回忆Appetite By Laurie LeeOne of the major pleasures in life is appetite, and one of our major duties should be to preserve it. Appetite is the keenness of living; it is one of the senses that tells you that you are still curious to exist, that you still have an edge on your longings and want to bite into the world and taste its multitudinous flavours and juices.By appetite, of course,I don’t mean just the lust food, but any condition of unsatisfied desire, any burning in the blood that proves you want more than you’ve got, and that you haven’t yet used up your life. Wilde said he felt sorry those who never got their heart’s desire, but sorrier still those who did. Appetite, to me, is that state of wanting, which keeps one’s expectations alive. In wanting a peach, or a whisky, or a particular texture or sound, or to be with a particular friend. in this condition, of course, I know that the object of desire is always at its most flawlessly perfect. Which is why I would carry the preservation of appetite to the extent of deliberate fasting, simply because I think that appetite is too good to lose, too precious to be bludgeoned into insensibility by satiation and over-doing it.Fasting is an act of homage to the majesty of appetite. So I think we should arrange to give up our pleasures regularly — our food, our friends, our lovers — in order to preserve their intensity, and the moment of coming back to them. this is the moment that renews and refreshes both oneself and the thing one loves. Sailors and travellers enjoyed this once, and so did hunters, I suppose. Part of the weariness of modern life may be that we live too much on top of each other, and are entertained and fed too regularly.Too much of anything — too much music, entertainment, happy snacks, or time spent with one’s friends — creates a kind of impotence of living by which one can no longer hear,or taste, or see, or love, or remember. Life is short and precious, and appetite is one of itsguardians, and loss of appetite is a sort of death. So if we are to enjoy this short life we should respect the divinity of appetite, and keep it eager and not too much blunted. 858

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