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Hagrid grinned at Harry.海格冲着哈利露齿一笑。;Told yeh, didn#39;t I? Told yeh you was famous. Even Professor Quirrell was tremblin#39; ter meet yeh ; mind you, he#39;s usually tremblin#39;.;;我没告诉你吗?你很有名气的,就连屈拉教授见到你都会发抖,尽管他是经常发抖。;;Is he always that nervous?;;他总是那么紧张吗?;;Oh, yeah. Poor bloke. Brilliant mind. He was fine while he was studyin#39; outta books but then he took a year off ter get some firsthand experience; They say he met vampires in the Black Forest, and there was a nasty bit o#39; trouble with a hag ; never been the same since. Scared of the students, scared of his own subject ; now, where#39;s me umbrella?;;哦,是的,可怜的家伙,他很聪明,当他在学校里学习魔法的时候是非常优秀的,然后他花了一年时间出去积累亲身经验,他们说他在黑森林里遇见了吸血鬼们和一个非常危险难缠的老巫婆;;从此以后一切就变样了;;他开始害怕学生们,对自己的课题也感到惊恐;;我的伞在哪?;Vampires? Hags? Harry#39;s head was swimming. Hagrid, meanwhile, was counting bricks in the wall above the trash can.;吸血鬼?老巫婆?;哈利的脑海中浮现出这些情景,而海格却坐在垃圾堆上数着墙上的结块。;Three up; two across; ; he muttered. ;Right, stand back, Harry.;;向上三块;;横移三块;;;他小声咕哝着,;对了,向后站,哈利。;He tapped the wall three times with the point of his umbrella.他用伞尖对着墙壁敲了三次。The brick he had touched quivered ; it wriggled ; in the middle, a small hole appeared ; it grew wider and wider ; a second later they were facing an archway large enough even for Hagrid, an archway onto a cobbled street that twisted and turned out of sight.他触到的那块砖开始振动;;中间部分在剧烈的蠕动着,一个小洞出现了;;越变越大;;一秒钟之后一个大到足以让海格穿过的拱门就摆在了他们面前。这座拱门通向一条由鹅卵石铺成的街道,这条街道弯弯曲曲地向前延伸直到看不见为止。;Welcome,; said Hagrid, ;to Diagon Alley.;;欢迎来到对角巷。;海格说。He grinned at Harry#39;s amazement. They stepped through the archway. Harry looked quickly over his shoulder and saw the archway shrink instantly back into solid wall.哈利见此情景已经惊讶到说不出话,海格冲他露齿一笑,两人便一起跨入拱门,哈利迅速扭过头,看见身后的那座拱门已经又变成一面坚实的墙。The sun shone brightly on a stack of cauldrons outside the nearest shop. Cauldrons ; All Sizes ; Copper, Brass, Pewter, Silver ; SelfStirring ; Collapsible, said a sign hanging over them.阳光明亮地照在最近的一家店外的成堆的坩埚上。上面挂着一幅招牌,写道:坩埚;;各种尺寸的;;铜的、黄铜的、白蜡的。银的;;自动;;折叠式。;Yeah, you#39;ll be needin#39; one,; said Hagrid, ;but we gotta get yer money first.;;啊哈,你得买一个坩埚,但我们首先得拿到你的钱。;Dave needed to pack for Saturday’s fishing trip. He went into his hall closet, where he had more than 20 rods and reels. Nowadays he went fishing twice a year at Big Bear, a huge lake in southern California about 7,000 feet up in the mountains.California tries to boost the fishing industry by sponsoring a Free Fishing Day twice a year, once in June and once in September. That sufficed for Dave. He went mostly because it was a social event with a few friends, not so much to catch fish. Even by itself, the scenic drive up a twisty two-lane road was worth the trip. Not to mention the big, beautiful houses and trees that lined the shore of the lake.Packing was a project in itself. Dave had even created a computer file named Fishing Trip. It was a checklist of 45 things to take to Big Bear. He took two rods, because on Free Fishing Day you were allowed to fish with two rods instead of the usual one rod. He took a hooded sweatshirt, jeans, two pair of socks, a heavy hooded denim jacket, winter gloves, and a scarf. He also took flip-flops, shorts, a T-shirt, #30 sun block, sunglasses, a big hat, and a lightweight raincoat. If you go to Big Bear in June, you’d better be prepared for hot or cold, rain or shine.He packed a couple of magazines to just in case the fish weren’t biting. He and his friends joked that the fish were always biting - in the spot you just left or the spot you were headed to.After about an hour and a half, Dave had gathered all the items on his list into a neat pile next to his door. He went to bed knowing that tomorrow’s weather and fishing were unpredictable, but the good time with his friends was a given. Article/201107/144151有声名著之永别了武器 Chapter26《永别了,武器》是美国诺贝尔文学奖获得者海明威的主要作品之一。美国青年弗瑞德里克·亨利在第一次世界大战后期志愿参加红十字会驾驶救护车,在意大利北部战线抢救伤员。在一次执行任务时,亨利被炮弹击中受伤,在米兰医院养伤期间得到了英国籍护士凯瑟琳的悉心护理,两人陷入了热恋。亨利伤愈后重返前线,随意大利部队撤退时目睹战争的种种残酷景象,毅然脱离部队,和凯瑟琳会合后逃往瑞士。结果凯瑟琳在难产中死去。海明威根据自己的参战经历,以战争与爱情为主线,吟唱了一曲哀婉动人的悲歌,曾多次被搬上银幕,堪称现代文学的经典名篇。英文原著:永别了武器PDF文本下载 Article/200912/91909As the nights passed we didn't see her, we even walked in the woods together at night.   Then a month later on the 18th we saw her again. We heard crying then a gunshot and then we saw her at the edge of the woods. This happened every month on the 18th. Then one night we invited my cousin and his girlfriend to come witness it. It happened like it normally did except this time the girl’s eyes turned red when she saw my cousin and his girlfriend. She stared towards them and they ran to his car and sped off. Then she turned to us. I stood my ground. Her eyes were now blue again as she pointed to our hand holding. Then she smiled and turned and walked back into the woods. But this time she stopped and pointed to the right of her where another figure of a girl appeared. They walked towards each other and hugged then they joined hands looked back at us, smiled and then vanished.  I guess she had to come out of the woods in order to reunite with Lauren and only a boy and girl couple can drive her out.  I don't know but I haven't heard crying or a gun shot for at least a year. But I do still see them holding hands and walking along the edge of the woods by the ponds. But only on the 18th.   之后的夜晚我们没再见到她,我和女朋友甚至在入夜后一起到过树林里。但接下来那个月的18号,我们又见到了她,先是一阵哭声,接着是响声,然后她出现在树林边上。每个月的18号这种情况就发生一次。直到一天我请我表弟和他的女朋友也来看,这次,当她看到我表弟和他女朋友时,她的眼睛变红了。她紧盯着他们,他们俩吓得赶紧跑进车开走了。她转过身看向我,我愣在原地。当她看到我和女朋友紧握的手时,她眼睛的颜色又恢复为蓝色,接着她又像往常一样笑了笑并走回树林,只是这次她向自己的右手边指了指,那儿出现了另外一个女孩的身影,她们向彼此走去,互相拥抱,手拉着手回头看了看我们,微笑并消失了。  我猜她到树林外是要和劳兰团聚的,而一对一男一女的情侣会惊扰到她。  我记不清楚,但我大概有一年的时间没听到哭声和响声了。但我还能看见她俩手拉手沿着池塘的小路散步,但仅限于18号。 Article/200810/52621;Lizzy, when you first that letter, I am sure you could not treat the matter as you do now. ; ;丽萃,你第一次读那封信的时候,我相信你对待这件事的看法一定和现在不同。; ;Indeed, I could not. I was uncomfortable enough, I may say unhappy. And with no one to speak to about what I felt, no Jane to comfort me and say that I had not been so very weak and vain and nonsensical as I knew I had! Oh! how I wanted you!; ;当然不同,我当时十分难受。我非常难受;;可以说是很不快活。我心里有许多感触,可是找不到一个人可以倾诉,也没有个吉英来安慰安慰我,说我并不象我自己所想象的那样懦弱,虚荣和荒诞!噢,我真少不了你啊!; ;How unfortunate that you should have used such very strong expressions in speaking of Wickham to Mr. Darcy, for now they DO appear wholly undeserved. ; ;你在达西先生面前说到韦翰的时候,语气那么强硬,这真是多么不幸啊!现在看起来,那些话实在显得不怎么得体。; ;Certainly. But the misfortune of speaking with bitterness is a most natural consequence of the prejudices I had been encouraging. There is one point on which I want your advice. I want to be told whether I ought, or ought not, to make our acquaintances in general understand Wickham#39;s character. ; ;的确如此,我确实不应该说得那么刻毒,可是我既然事先存了偏见,自然难免如此。有件事我要请教你。你说我应该不应该把韦翰的品格说出去,让朋友们都知道?; Miss Bennet paused a little, and then replied, ;Surely there can be no occasion for exposing him so dfully. What is your opinion?; 班纳特想了一会儿才说道:;当然用不着叫他太难堪。你的意见如何?;1.nonsensical adj.荒谬的;愚蠢的He said several nonsensical things.他说了许多荒谬的话。2.bitterness n.苦味, 悲痛, 怨恨Back in 1895 there had been only bitterness.在1895年他们之间只有痛苦。3.consequence n. 结果【常用短语】as a consequence 因此, 结果是As a consequence, newborn baby anteaters are often discarded by their parents. 结果,新生的食蚁兽幼兽往往被它的父母遗弃。 4.one#39;s opinon 某人的意见About the new project,what#39;s your opinion ?对于那个新项目,你有什么看法? * Article/201112/165957

By Shelley GollustBroadcast: February 27, 2005(THEME)VOICE ONE:I'm Ray Freeman.VOICE TWO:And I'm Shirley Griffith with the Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Every week we tell about a person important in the history of the ed States.Today, we tell about Julia Ward Howe. She wrote one of the great songs of the American Civil War, the "Battle Hymn of the Republic."(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Marching soldiers ... no end to the lines of soldiers marching across the land. They came from the northern states fighting to keep the Union together. And they came from the southern states fighting for a separate Confederate government that would protect their right to have slaves. In summer and winter, the fighting continued. The sun burned like fire. The soldiers marched on. The cold winter winds blew snow in their faces. The soldiers marched on.The ed States was a nation cut in two by a bitter struggle over slavery and a state's right to leave the Union. America's Civil War lasted four years. It destroyed the land. And it destroyed the young men of the nation.VOICE TWO:Many stories have been told about the soldiers of the Civil War. They have told of the soldiers’ fear and terror. . .their great and heroic acts. . .how they suffered and died. . .and how they sang before and after battle. One song, more than any other, caught the spirit of the Union soldiers of the North. The song is the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Here is the first part of the song, sung by Odetta: (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:The words are religious. They are like a hymn, a song of praise to God. This is the story of the woman who wrote the song.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:The place was Washington, D.C. The year was eighteen sixty-one. It was a wet winter night. There were thousands of soldiers in the city. The hospitals were full. The field of battle was just across the Potomac River in the southern state of Virginia.A woman lay asleep in her hotel room. She had had a long, hard day. She had come to Washington to visit the Union troops. The sight and sounds of the soldiers gave her no rest. Even in her sleep she seemed to hear them. She heard their sad voices as they sat beside their fires. She heard them singing. They sang a marching song she knew. It was a song about John Brown, an activist against slavery. The song told about how his body turned to earth in the grave. It told about how his spirit lived on.VOICE ONE:The woman's name was Julia Ward Howe. She was a writer and social reformer. She was born in New York City in eighteen nineteen. Her father was a wealthy banker. Julia married Samuel Gridley Howe. He was a reformer and teacher of the blind. Julia and Samuel Howe moved to Boston. Missus Howe raised five children. And she published several books of poetry.VOICE TWO:Julia Ward Howe and Samuel Gridley Howe were leaders in the movement in America to end slavery. They published an anti-slavery newspaper called the "Commonwealth."Missus Howe had met John Brown. Like him, she was an anti-slavery activist. She opposed those Americans who used black people as slaves. Unlike him, she did not approve of using violence to end slavery.In eighteen fifty-nine, John Brown tried to start a revolt of slaves. He led an attack on Harper's Ferry, a town in what was then the state of Virginia. [Editor's note: That area did not become the state of West Virginia until 1863.] The town had a factory that made guns for the army. It also had a storage center for military equipment. The attack on Harper's Ferry failed. John Brown was put on trial for treason. He was found guilty and was executed. Article/200802/28045

一天,两个工程系的学生在校园里碰面了。一个大声地招呼另一个:“嗨!这单车真棒!你在哪弄到的?” “哦”另一个回答,“有一天,我在去教室的路上遇到一个年轻漂亮的姑娘骑着这辆车,她跳下车,脱掉所有的衣,说,‘你要什么都可以拿去!’”。 “选得真不错”,第一个说,“你穿她的衣肯定不合身。” Article/200804/33958

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