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A Sunday school teacher was telling her pupils the importance of making others glad. "Now, children," said she , "has anyone of you ever make someone else glad?"  "yes,"said a small boy,"I've make someone glad yesterday." "Well done. Who was that?"  "My granny.""Good boy. Now tell us how you made your grandmother glad."  "I went to see her yesterday, and stayed with her three hours. Then I said to her, 'Granny, I'm going home,' and she said, 'Well, I'm glad'!" 一个主日学校校的老师在对学生讲使别人高兴的重要性."听着,孩子们"她说:"你们当中有谁让别人高兴过?"  "我,"一个小男孩说:"昨天我就使别人高兴过." "做得好,是谁呢?"  "我奶奶." "好孩子.现在告诉我们,你是怎样使你奶奶高兴的.""是这样的,老师.我昨天去看她,在她那儿呆了三个小时.然后我跟她说:"奶奶,我要回家了."她说:"啊,我很高兴!" 87听笑话学英语:chief at wedding 警长在婚礼上在小镇上,一位交警拦住了一位在主路超速行驶的司机“长官”这个男人说,“我可以解释一下” “安静,”警官打断他说:“我要让你在拘留所等着直到警长回来” “但是,警官,我只是想说,” “我说过安静!你想待在拘留所吗!” 几小时以后,警官来探望他的拘留犯说:“你很幸运,我们警长去参加他女儿的婚礼了,他回来一定会心情很好” “别指望这样,”那人在房里回答道: “我就是新郎” 7

  It Great to Be a GuyWoman Because...  It Great to Be a Guy Because...  Our last name stays put.  We can be President.  The same hairstyle lasts years, maybe decades.  Car mechanics tell us the truth.  We dont give a darn if someone doesnt notice our new haircut.  Same work... more pay.  Gray hair and wrinkles add character.  People never glance at our chest when were talking to them.  The occasional belch is practically expected.  New shoes dont cut, blister, or mangle our feet.  One mood, all the time.  Phone conversations are over in 30 seconds flat.  We know stuff about tanks and airplanes.  We dont have to pretend were ;freshening up; to use the bathroom.  Bathroom lines are 80% shorter.  Old friends dont care if weve lost or gained weight.  When surfing channels, we dont have to stop on every shot of someone crying.  We can be showered and y in minutes.  If someone gets to invite us something, they can still be our friend.  None of our co-workers have the power to make us cry.  We can whip our shirt off on a hot day.  A five-day vacation requires only one suitcase.  Dry cleaners and hair cutters dont rob us blind.  We can leave the motel bed unmade.  We get extra credit the slightest act of thoughtfulness.  If were and single, nobody notices.  Everything on our face stays its original color.  We can quietly enjoy a car ride from the passenger seat.  Three pairs of shoes are more than enough.  We dont have to clean our apartment if the meter er is coming.  We can drop by to see a friend without having to bring a little gift.  We are not expected to know the names of more than five colors.  We are unable to see wrinkles in our clothes.  Our belly usually hides our big hips.  One wallet and one pair of shoes, one color, all seasons.  Christmas sopping can be accomplished 5 relatives, on December th, in 5 minutes.  It Great to Be a Woman Because...  We got off the Titanic first.  We can scare male bosses with mysterious gynecological disorder excuses.  If we marry someone years younger, we know we look like an idiot.  We have the ability to dress ourselves.  We can talk to people of the opposite sex without having to picture them naked.  There are times when chocolate really can solve all your problems.  We can fully assess a person just y looking at their shoes.  We can make comments about how silly men are in their presence, because they arent listening anyway. 18

  

    English Manners  British people are quite reserved when greeting one another. Greeting can be a ;Hello; ;Hi; or ;Good morning;, when yu arrive at work or at school. You may also be called many different affectionate names, according to which part of the Britain you are in. Do not be offended, this is quite normal. example, you may be called dear, dearie, flower, love, chick, chuck, duckie, guv, son, maam, madam, miss, or sir, according to your sex and age.  The standard greeting ;How do you do; and the reply ;How do you do; signal the end of the ritual. eigners who assume that ;How do you do; comes with a built-in question mark and respond accordingly become socially isolated. The English do shake hands with each other, but as little as possible. With acquaintances once in a lifetime is often considered enough. The preferred English handshake is a brief, vigorous affair with no hint of lingering.  Most Englishmen never hug or kiss other men. They leave that to football players and eigners. Women may kiss on one or both cheeks; if they do, the kisser makes a kissing gesture with appropriate sound effects. Men may also kiss women in greeting, but only on the cheek.  In public places, the English make great efts not to touch strangers even by accident. If such an accident should occur, apologies are fulsome but should never be used as an excuse further conversation. On crowded public transport where it is sometimes unavoidable, physical contact with a stranger is permitted, but in such circumstances, eye contact should be avoided at all costs.  The English like to m orderly queues (standing in line) and wait patiently their turn. ;Queue jumping; is frowned upon. The queue is one of the few places where the English are allowed to talk to each other without having been mally introduced. The others are when taking the dog a walk.  In Britain if you accidentally bump into someone, say ;sorry;. They probably will too, even if it was your fault! This is a habit and can be seen as very amusing by an ;outsider;.  Women in Britain are entitled to equal respect and status with men in all areas of life and tend to have more independence and responsibility than in some other cultures. It is usual women to go out and about on their own and to travel widely. It is ok women to eat alone in a restaurant. It is ok women to drink beer.  When being entertained at someone home it is nice to take a gift the host and hostess. A bottle of wine, bunch of flowers or chocolates are all acceptable. 1819。

  Mark Twain in Hannibal马克·吐温在汉尼堡The relationship between Hannibal and Twain began in November 1839, when Twain’s father, John Clemens, decided to leave the hamlet of Florida, Missouri, and move east about 35 miles to the somewhat larger and more prosperous Hannibal, on the banks of the Mississippi River. Twain marked his fourth birthday about a week after the family settled there. He showed little promise of becoming a long-term resident. However, because his health was so poor that his parents probably feared he would not survive childhood.汉尼堡与马克·吐温的关系始于1893年,当时马克·吐温的父亲,约翰·克莱门斯,决定离开密苏里州佛罗里达的小村子,迁往东35英里、位于密西西比河岸边那座大点儿的、繁荣些的汉尼堡当一家人在那里住了大约一个星期后,马克·吐温度过了岁的生日然而他差点儿没能成为那儿的长期居民,因为他的身体很差,父母担心他可能会夭折During the family’s first few years in Hannibal, Twain was too young to understand fully the changes going on around him. John Clemens, though trained as a lawyer, tried to support his family by running a store and speculating in real estate. When those ventures failed. Clemens was ced to postpone his plans to establish a permanent home the family.在全家人住在汉尼堡的头几年里,马克·吐温太小还不能完全理解他周围发生的变化约翰·克莱门斯尽管受过做律师的训练,可还是要靠开店铺和做房地产的投机买卖来养家糊口当这些生意失败后,克莱门斯不得不推迟了他为家人建一个长久安乐窝的计划About 183, he began concentrating on the practice of law, a decision that brought some stability to the family finances and enabled him to have a house built. Construction began in 183, and the family moved into the new house the next year. Situated on Hill Street, near the center of town, the modest two-story frame house attracted little attention during the years when the family called it home. The kitchen, dining room and parlor were on the first floor, and three bedrooms, along with a small wardrobe room, were upstairs.大概到了183年,他的注意力开始转向法律行业,这个决定为全家带来了一些经济保障并且使他盖了一栋房子房子是183年开始盖的,第二年全家乔迁新居 这栋两层的简易木板房座落在临近镇中心的希尔街,当时几乎没有人去注意这栋被全家人称作家的房子厨房、餐厅和起居室在一层,三间卧室和一间小藏衣室在楼上About the time the family moved into their new home. Twain’s health improved dramatically. Instead of having to lead a quiet indoor life, he could roam the streets of Hannibal. Climb the surrounding hills, explore the area’s caves and splash about in local swimming holes. He reveled in his newfound freedom, spending nearly all his free time playing outdoors with the other boys in town and soon becoming a leader.也就在全家乔迁新居时,马克·吐温的身体戏剧般地好转了他不再被迫过着安静的室内生活,而可以在汉尼堡的街道上随处闲逛,攀爬周围的小山,探寻这里的洞穴以及在当地的水潭里嬉戏他陶醉在新获得的自由中,几乎所有的空闲时间他都在外面和镇子里的其他们孩子玩耍,并且很快就成了小头头儿Twain’s carefree days did not last long. His father used their house as collateral a friend’s loan, and the creditor took possession when the loan failed. A physician who lived diagonally across the street from the family offered to let them live in his home. The Clemens family moved into that house sometime in late 186. On March , 187, John Clemens died. His wife and their oldest son, Orion, managed to regain possession of the little house on Hill Street, and the family moved back into it that summer. These events dampened but did not extinguish Twain’s cheerful disposition.马克·吐温无忧无虑的日子没过多久,父亲将他们的房子做了抵押,以便向一个朋友贷款,当贷款还不上后这个债主占了这所房子一位住在他家斜对面的医生主动提出让他们住在他家在186年末的一个时候克莱门斯一家搬进了那栋房子187年3月日,约翰·克莱门斯去世其妻和长子奥利翁,设法重新得到了希尔街那栋房屋的产权,并在那年夏天举家搬了回去这些事很丧气,但并没有改变马克·吐温快乐的个性 the next six years, Twain, his brother Henry, and his sister Pamela live with their mother in the family home. Twain began taking odd jobs after school to bring in extra cash. Within a year of his father’s death, he quit school and became an apprentice printer, and when his brother Orion bought the Hannibal Journal in 1851,Twain went to work him as a printer and editorial assistant. The stories he wrote Orion’s paper, his first publications, taught him that he much preferred writing to typesetting.以后的6年间,马克·吐温、他的哥哥亨利、帕梅拉及母亲住在自己的家里马克·吐温在放学后开始打零工来挣些钱贴补家用父亲去世一年后,他辍了学并在印刷厂当起学徒,1851年当他哥哥奥利翁买下 《汉尼堡杂志时,马克·吐温去那里给他干活,当了一名印刷工兼编辑助理他为奥利翁的报纸写故事,这也是他的处女作,使他明白与排字工作相比,自己更喜欢写作As early as 1870 Twain had experienced with a story about the boyhood adventures of a lad he named Billy Rogers. Two years later, he changed the name to Tom, and began shaping his adventures into a stage play. Then the story began developing in earnest. After its publication, Tom Sawyer quickly became a classic tale of American boyhood. Nine years after Tom Sawyer swept the nation, Huck was given a life of his own, in a book often considered the best ever written about Americans.早在1870年,马克·吐温便尝试着写故事,讲述一个叫比利·罗格斯的小伙子少年时代的探险经历两年后,他把主人公的名字改为汤姆,并把他的冒险经历改写成舞台剧然后,作者又把它完善成一个故事发表后,《汤姆·索亚迅速成为美国经典的少年故事《汤姆·索亚一书风行美国9年之后,哈克成为另一部小说的主人公,而这部小说通常被认为是描写美国人的最佳小说Even though “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “The adventures of Tom Sawyer” are still and studied around the world, their writer was faced with bitterness more than once.《哈克贝利·费恩历险记和《汤姆·索亚历险记至今仍在世界上广为传诵,而纵观马克·吐温的一生却是多灾多难One might wonder what makes him an American guru in literature when he encountered so many tragedies in his lifetime. Perhaps the best explanation to his success finds its way to one of Mark Twain’s es: “By trying we can easily endure adversity.”人们会问,生命中遭遇了这么多的不幸,马克·吐温是如何把自己造就成美国的文学大师的呢? 或许在他的这句话里可以找到:“经历磨难,人就能耐得住逆境的考验” 37

  Truly American scholar果然是美国学者[00:.9]Listen and Share[00:.]Truly American scholar 果然是美国学者[00:.6]词汇扫描[00:.6]involve 与…有关[00:31.85]history archive 历史档案馆[00:36.6]station 驻扎[00:39.70]lounge 闲逛[00:3.]machine gun 机关[00:6.93]fumble 搜寻[00:50.30]scowl 邹眉[00:53.73]scholar 学者[00:58.9]英文原文[00:59.66]Part of my work as a college professor involved doing research[01:.]at a history archive in Russia.[01:.35]An armed military guard was stationed there to defend against terrorist attack,[01:.]though he often lounged near the doorway and ignored incoming researchers.[01:.5]One day, however, he stood at attention, machine gun y.[01:6.57]"Documents," he called out,[01:.93]and I fumbled through my things my archival pass.[01:33.71]"Passport," he barked, and I handed him my American passport.[01:39.56]He scowled while looking at my identification.[01:3.58]Finally he asked, "Who is singing on the radio?"[01:9.]I listened a moment and replied, "The Everly Brothers."[01:5.6]The soldier grinned, moved his rifle aside and let me enter,[01:59.36]sure now that I was truly an American scholar. [:.8]中文大意[:.1]逐句对照[:.56]Part of my work as a college professor involved doing research[:19.36]at a history archive in Russia.[:9.76]An armed military guard was stationed there to defend against terrorist attack,[:1.31]though he often lounged near the doorway and ignored incoming researchers.[:53.67]One day, however, he stood at attention, machine gun y.[:.]"Documents," he called out,[:.58]and I fumbled through my things my archival pass.[:1.8]"Passport," he barked, and I handed him my American passport.[:3.]He scowled while looking at my identification.[:38.78]Finally he asked, "Who is singing on the radio?"[:7.]I listened a moment and replied, "The Everly Brothers."[:56.5]The soldier grinned, moved his rifle aside and let me enter,[:.75]sure now that I was truly an American scholar. [:18.90]多学一点[:.8]involve 涉及,与…相关[:30.7]Are you involved?[:3.5]involve[:35.35]something doing something[:39.35]involve doing research[:5.]This job involves long hours and hard work.[:59.99]history archive 历史档案馆[:.1]archive 档案文件[:.37]ar a:[:.]ch k[:19.68]i ai[:.3]ve v [:6.]ch[:3.75]archive [ 'ɑ:kaiv ] [:35.75]station 站[:39.]bus station[:.]station 驻扎[:6.]lounge 闲逛[:53.]lounge 休息室[:59.98]machine gun 机关[:.90]rifle 步[:.55]moved his rifle aside [:9.63]machine gun[:37.]joke[:0.]fumble[:53.]She fumbled in her purse the keys.[:.8]重新听一次故事原文[:.73]Part of my work as a college professor involved doing research[:.37]at a history archive in Russia.[:.55]An armed military guard was stationed there to defend against terrorist attack,[:.]though he often lounged near the doorway and ignored incoming researchers.[:6.19]One day, however, he stood at attention, machine gun y.[:3.38]"Documents," he called out,[:.77]and I fumbled through my things my archival pass.[:39.]"Passport," he barked, and I handed him my American passport.[:5.39]He scowled while looking at my identification.[:9.1]Finally he asked, "Who is singing on the radio?"[:5.59]I listened a moment and replied, "The Everly Brothers."[:59.7]The soldier grinned, moved his rifle aside and let me enter,[:.5]sure now that I was truly an American scholar. 919

  当一些人忙着将领子洗白的时候,另一些人的领子已经镀上了金金领一族,这个新经济时代催生的闪光族群金领是不折不扣的城市精英,有十足的事业成就感和生活素质上的优越感一流的工作环境、从头到脚的顶级品牌、自信内敛的笑容、一秒钟一步的匀速步伐是他们的普遍特征Gold collar workers are typically understood to be young, well-educated professionals. The collar gold applies to these workers because they are highly skilled. The job fair gold collar workers is crowded with hundreds of elite workers. The number of companies and institutions joining the fair has risen by 50 percent compared with last year. Most job hunters are white collar workers who earn a monthly salary over ,000 yuan, or corporate executives and managers who intend to transfer into gold collar positions. Senior management positions in famous companies are what these job hunters prefer the most. Some employers explain: "We would pay an annual salary of 80,000 yuan at least, with no upper limit."" the position of sales director, we would pay about 0,000 to 500,000 yuan a year."Bai Yutong, a job hunter, has been a PR manager of a real estate company, with an annual salary of 0,000 yuan. Among over 1,600 vacancies provided by companies in the job fair, he prefers the position of marketing director of Founder Group. As he dreams to earn 0,000 a year, he hopes this IT company can make his dream come true. "I was in my previous job five to six years. Now I have to think about the long term plan my career development. the salary, of course, I want to step up to a higher level." 18800

  

  

  

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