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PART FOUR - LIFE AT MOOR HOUSECHAPTER NINETEENFinding a HomeIt was getting dark again, and I was alone on the moor. Suddenly I saw a small light nearby. [-----1-----], so I decided to try and find it. And finally I arrived at the house. Standing by the door, I could see into a small window. An old woman and two young ladies were sitting by the fire. The room looked so bright and clean and the women looked so kind that I decided to ask for their help. The old woman opened the door, but she would not let me speak to the young ladies. She closed the door firmly, [-----2-----]. I fell on to the wed doorstep, worn out and hopeless. No one would help me, and [-----3-----]. But the young ladies' brother found me, when he came home a few minutes later. He brought me into the house, where the ladies gave me a meal and asked my name."Jane Elliott," I replied. I did not want anybody to know who I was, or where I had come from. Finally the took me upstairs to a bedroom, and I fell into a warm, dry bed. 填空 :1、I guessed that the light meant there was a house我猜想有灯光就意味着有房子。2、leaving me alone in the darkness and cold把我撇在黑暗和寒冷中。3、I was so miserable that I was y to die我太悲惨了,只想着等死。 Article/200906/73223Roofer 03房顶工人 03  Thinking the fuse box may be faulty; we determined which fuse to turn off to snuff the doorbell. As we settled back in our rooms the doorbell rang again in an oddly hollow ring. At that moment I began to realize that something must have been trying to get our attention.  That morning I called one of the local spiritual practitioners to discuss this phenomenon. She suggested that I come for an "entity healing" as soon as possible. Later that morning several practitioners came to sit in on the healing session. One of the practitioners picked up on a male who seemed lost and in need of direction. The group took turns directing their prayers of healing and lifting to this entity. One of them mentioned that lost souls often seek out those who are sensitive and spiritually aware.   When I returned to my basement office I was told by one of the long time employees that shortly before the building was completed one of the roofers had taken a fatal fall from the exact spot I was standing when his left ankle was caught in a coiled rope. His ghost had been seen by several of the employees over the years.  Could I have attracted the roofer while standing in the exact spot he died at the completion of the building during a major trauma to the building?  我俩认为一定是闸盒坏了,便把控制门铃的那个闸关掉。但我们回到卧室后,门铃又发出了一种奇怪的空洞的声音。那一刻,我意识到是有什么东西想引起我们的注意。  那天早晨,我去见了当地的一位通灵者,和她讨论了这件事情。她建议我尽快作个“实体复原”。那天早晨晚些时候,好几个通灵者都来参加了复原仪式。其中一位通灵者揪出了一个貌似迷失方向,急需人指点迷津的男人。通灵者们轮番给这个男人进行复原,让他离开实体。一位通灵者说,迷失的灵魂通常会找那些敏感的或者在精神上有感应的人。  当我回到我的地下工作室后,一个已经在那工作了很长时间的员工告诉我,就在这栋楼完工不久前,有一个负责盖屋顶的工人就站在我当时站的那个地方,因为左脚踝被卷绳套住,从楼下摔下来死掉了。这几年,好几个员工见过他的鬼魂。  是不是因为我站在楼房完工前那名屋顶工人死前站的地方,所以在地震时才会招引了他的魂魄? Article/200811/56392When I was a kid, I thought gangsters were really cool. I loved watching gangster movies. Al Capone was almost like a hero to me. I always wanted the gangster in the movie to escape from the police. The movies made gangsters look like heroes. Now I’m older, I think that’s shocking. How can they glamorize the life of gangsters. Of course, we all know gangsters are dangerous. They are involved in many crimes. They sell drugs, traffic children and run prostitution rings. Many gangsters control politicians and policemen. In fact, in many countries around the world, gangsters become politicians. The funny thing is, even now, when I look at gangster movies, I still think the gangster is the good guy. That’s a little worrying. Article/201104/133703

City Of The Dead 02死亡城 02  After enjoying the whole thing I left the graveyard to return home to the flat but as I was exiting the cemetery I felt something come with me, a heavy kind of feeling, as if there was something on my back but not physically. This continued all the way home which was quite a long walk. When we got there we were the only two in the house, save for the cats, or so we thought. It wasn't long before I felt something in the house with us, like the presence of a man standing in the kitchen. I'm quite sensitive to these things so I knew it wasn't my imagination.   Making my way towards the kitchen, carrying the cat because the girl wouldn't come with me, I stepped into the hall. Now the one thing you should know about this house is that it always like a furnace, but the cold spot in the hall actually took my breath away, it was freezing! I refused to go any further and went back to the bedroom to sit with the girl. The scary thing was that she isn't very sensitive to things like this but she described to me something she felt standing in the hall and it matched the description of the man I felt in the kitchen. This scared the utter hell out of me because what I felt was a tall man, with long greasy hair but I couldn't make out his face.  To this day I still have no idea what followed me home but I was terrified and I'd rather not find out.  在参加完所有的旅游项目后,我就离开墓地回家了,在当我走出墓地的时候,我感觉到是有什么东西跟我一起走了出来,并且好像是有什么无形的东西压在我的后背上,这种感觉非常强烈。尽管回家的这段路非常远,但是这种感觉在路上一直就没间断过。当我们回家后,除了几只猫外,屋子里就只有我们两个人,至少在我们看来应该是这样的。但就在我们回家不久,我却感觉到屋子里还有什么东西跟我们在一起,感觉上好像有个男人站在厨房里,我对这种事情是非常敏感的,因此我觉得这决不是幻觉。  于是我就直奔厨房,由于那个女孩不愿意跟我一起去,我就带着那只猫,当我进到客厅时,突然感到这个地方冰凉异常,我吓得大气不敢喘一下,你可知道,这所房子一直以来就跟个火炉似的,而现在却冰冻寒冷。我不敢再前进一步,于是又回到卧室坐在女孩的旁边。而可怕的是,这个女孩这时竟然也感觉到好像有什么东西在客厅站着,而她对这种事情向来是不敏感的,并且她所描述的跟我所感觉到的完全吻合。这下我可真是给吓得魂飞魄散,因为我所感觉到是一个高个男子,披散着长发,头发上满是油污,但我一直没法辨认出他的模样。  直到现在,对于究竟是什么跟我回了家,我仍然一无所知。但,我很害怕,我更希望永远都不要知道。 Article/200811/55749

PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER EIGHTEENMr. Rochester's Story"Don't cry, Jane. I can't stand it. Please be calm," he cried."How can I be calm, when you're so angry?""I'm not angry, but I love you so much, and your pale little face looked so stern and decided." [-----1-----]."Jane!" he said sadly, "you don't love me, then?""Edward, I do love you," I answered, "more than ever. But this is the last time I can say it. I know now what I have to do, but you'll be so angry if I tell you.""Oh, tell me! If I'm angry, you can always start to cry," he said, smiling a little."Mr. Rochester, I must leave you. [-----2-----].""Of course, I told you we would leave here. I'll ignore that silly talk about you leaving me. You'll be Mrs. Rochester, and I'll be your husband until I die. We'll live together happily in the south of France. Now, Jane, don't shake your head, or I'll get angry.""Sir, your wife is alive," I said firmly. "[-----3-----], and I can't do that!""Edward, you're a fool!" he said suddenly to himself. "Jane, I haven't told you the whole story. You must know everything. Listen to me, Jane. Do you know what happened to my family's money, after my father died?""Mrs. Fairfax told me a little about it, sir." 填空 :1、He tried to put his arm around me, but I would not let him他想搂着我,但我不允许。2、I must live a new life, with strangers我必须和陌生人开始一种全新的生活。3、If I lived with you, I'd be your mistress如果我跟你一起生活,我就是你的情妇。 隐藏Vocabulary Focusdecided:坚定的,后面如接名词,用介词about。 Article/200906/72234Pronunciation is a funny thing. What pronunciation do you study? In England there are a hundred different accents but textbooks only teach one. What use is that? Actually, English teaching textbooks are pretty bad at teaching pronunciation. Look how many exercises there are – very few. And most of the exercises only teach one tiny point of pronunciation – word stress. And they don’t even show that the stress on a word changes in different sentences. I think pronunciation is very interesting. I wish all teachers used the phonemic symbols in every class. At least students could then improve their pronunciation with their dictionary. The most important thing about pronunciation is intonation, but few teachers teach this. Article/201107/144157

Remembering Five Special People Who Died This YearHear about the lives of Robert Altman, Ann Richards, R.W. Apple, William Styron and Ruth Brown. VOICE ONE:I'm Steve Ember.VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein with People in America in VOA Special English. Today we tell about five special people who died during the past year. We start with the movie director Robert Altman. During his fifty-year career, he made some of the most influential movies of modern times.(MUSIC from "Nashville")VOICE ONE: Robert Altman Robert Altman's films were different from the usual methods of Hollywood movie storytelling. He started his film career in the nineteen forties directing industrial movies in his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. Later, he moved to Hollywood, California to make television shows. His first major film, "MASH", was released in nineteen seventy. It tells about a group of American medical workers in a temporary military hospital in Korea during the Korean War in the nineteen fifties. The movie was a great success. It questions the rules of the military establishment in a way that was sharply funny and intelligent. Robert Altman continued to make movies with strong political and social commentary. His next major movie, "Nashville," came out in nineteen seventy-five. This movie provides a complex look at changes in the country music industry. VOICE TWO:Robert Altman's movies have a very special style. Often, his actors speak so naturally it is hard to believe they are performing. Altman liked his actors to be free to make up their own lines. He often layered different recordings of actors talking at once. Altman wanted to copy the way people talk and act in real life. And he was willing to fight with movie studio businessmen to make sure he had total creative control over his work. Even as an old man, Robert Altman continued to make movies. Many of his thirty-three films were nominated for Academy Awards, including "The Player" and "Gosford Park." Robert Altman died in November in Los Angeles, California. He was eighty-one years old. (MUSIC: "Deep in the Heart of Texas)VOICE ONE: Ann Richards Ann Richards was a famous Democratic party politician from the southern state of Texas. She served as the governor of Texas for four years. Richards was known for her big white hair, big smile, and sharply funny comments. She was also known for forming what she called a "New Texas" during her time as governor. She created a government in which women, Hispanics, and African-Americans played important roles.Ann Richards did not always have a career in public service. As a young woman, she worked as a teacher and raised four children. She and her husband were very involved in local politics. Richards began working hard to help Democratic Party candidates win seats in the Texas legislature. VOICE TWO:Then one day, she decided to run for office herself -- and she won. She served first as country commissioner, then as Texas state treasurer. In nineteen ninety she was elected governor. She fought for equal rights, environmental protection and laws to restrict guns. After losing a second term as governor to George W. Bush, Richards worked in public relations. She died in September at the age of seventy-three. At her funeral service, leaders from around the country gathered to celebrate her life. Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the service. He said Ann Richards helped create a world where young girls could be scientists, engineers and police officers. He said she was a great woman with a big heart and big dreams.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE: R. W. Apple The journalist R.W. Apple, known as Johnny, wrote about many subjects, from politics and war to food and drink. During his forty-three years writing for the New York Times newspaper, he enjoyed a rich and eventful career. He was the paper's chief reporter in cities like London, Moscow, Lagos and Nairobi. He covered events such as the Vietnam War, the Iranian revolution and the Gulf War. He reported on ten presidential elections. And, Johnny Apple's opinions on fine food, travel and the world's best restaurants were very influential.VOICE TWO:Raymond Walter Apple was born in nineteen thirty-four in Akron, Ohio. His father owned several food stores and wanted his son to take over the business. But the young man fell in love with journalism instead. He began as a reporter for his high school and then college newspaper. He later wrote news stories for the Wall Street journal and the N news television network. But it was his years at the New York Times that established him as one of the greatest political and cultural writers of his time.VOICE ONE:Johnny Apple died in October at the age of seventy-one. Earlier this month his friends and family gathered in Washington, D.C. for a large memorial service. Famous writers, politicians, and cooks told about his warm personality, sharp intelligence, and extraordinary energy. After the service, guests enjoyed fine foods provided by some of the best cooks in the area. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:William Styron William Styron wrote intense books about tragic periods in history. His stories are filled with rich language and complex moral questions. Many of his books try to understand the evil actions of people. His first novel, "Lie Down in Darkness," was published in nineteen fifty-one when he was only twenty-five. It is about a troubled young woman who kills herself. It established him as a great new voice in American literature. The book received the Rome Prize, which required him to live in Italy for a year. He soon became friends with many famous American writers including James Baldwin and Norman Mailer.VOICE ONE:William Styron was born and raised in Newport News, Virginia. He quit college to join the Marines during World War Two. He later continued his studies in English literature. After briefly working in publishing, he started to write.Styron wrote "The Confessions of Nat Turner" in nineteen sixty-eight. It told about a nineteenth century slave revolt in the southern state of Virginia. Critics praised the book and it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. But African American writers strongly criticized the story. VOICE TWO:Styron's book "Sophie's Choice" won the American Book Award in nineteen eighty. It is a tragic story about a woman and her children who are sent to a Nazi death camp in Poland during World War Two. The book was made into a movie starring Meryl Streep. Later in life William Styron suffered from severe depression. After recovering, he wrote honestly and bravely about his experience in "Darkness Visible: A Memoir of Madness." He received great praise for educating people about the difficulties of mental illness. William Styron died in November at the age of eighty-one.(MUSIC: "Lucky Lips")VOICE ONE:Did you recognize that powerful voice? It is Ruth Brown singing "Lucky Lips." Brown recorded many rhythm and blues hits in the nineteen fifties. Her popular songs helped build the Atlantic Records company. Ruth Brown Ruth Brown was born in Portsmouth, Virginia in nineteen twenty-eight. She learned to sing traditional music at her Christian religious center. But she liked the popular jazz and rock music of the time even more. She left home at a young age to build a career in music. One night the jazz expert and broadcaster Willis Conover heard her perform in Washington, D.C. He helped her meet the owners of Atlantic Records. By nineteen forty-nine she was recording albums. Soon, she became known as "the girl with the tear in her voice" because of her emotional way of singing.VOICE TWO:In the early nineteen sixties Brown married and led a more private life. But by the nineteen seventies and eighties, she started singing again in musicals and performed on television and in movies. She also started to fight for musicians' rights. Many musicians recorded hit songs that made their record companies very rich. But the musicians themselves rarely received fair payment later. Ruth Brown worked hard to make these companies change their policies. In nineteen eighty-eight, Atlantic Records agreed to pay her and thirty-five other musicians the money they owed them for using their songs for twenty years. Ruth Brown continued performing for the rest of her life. She died in October.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:This program was written and produced by Dana Demange. I'm Steve Ember. VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein. You can and listen to this report on our Web site, voaspecialenglish.com. Join us again next week for People in America in VOA Special English. Article/200803/32042她将会毕生保留着童年时的纯洁珍爱之心。她还会逗引孩童们,用许多奇异的故事,或许就是许久以前的这个梦游奇境,使得他们眼睛变得更加明亮热切。So she sat on, with closed eyes, and half believed herself in Wonderland, though she knew she had but to open them again, and all would change to dull reality--the grass would be only rustling in the wind, and the pool rippling to the waving of the reeds--the rattling teacups would change to tinkling sheep- bells, and the Queen's shrill cries to the voice of the shepherd boy--and the sneeze of the baby, the shriek of the Gryphon, and all thy other queer noises, would change (she knew) to the confused clamour of the busy farm-yard--while the lowing of the cattle in the distance would take the place of the Mock Turtle's heavy sobs. Lastly, she pictured to herself how this same little sister of hers would, in the after-time, be herself a grown woman; and how she would keep, through all her riper years, the simple and loving heart of her childhood: and how she would gather about her other little children, and make THEIR eyes bright and eager with many a strange tale, perhaps even with the dream of Wonderland of long ago: and how she would feel with all their simple sorrows, and find a pleasure in all their simple joys, remembering her own child-life, and the happy summer days. Article/201105/136143

Autumn is such a cool time of the year. Of course it is cool because the temperatures drop after summer. But it is also cool because it’s such a great time of the year. I love the changing of the leaves. The different autumn colours are one of nature’s most beautiful scenes. Sometimes I can’t stop looking at the mountains near my house. They are like an artist’s palette of golds, reds, yellows, browns and other autumnal colours. In America they call autumn ‘fall’ because that is when the leaves fall from the trees. I like the coolness of autumn. Summer is over but you can still wear a T-shirt – just about. You can also spend hours outdoors without sweating. Autumn is the best time of the year to go hiking and go for long walks. Article/201104/130151有声名著之简爱Jene Eyer 4 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人呼啸山庄 Article/200809/47241Homebuyers nationwide are watching housing prices go up, up, and up. “How high can they go?” is the question on everyone's lips. “As long as interest rates stay around 5 percent, there's no telling,” remarked one realtor in Santa Monica, California. “It's crazy,” said Tim, who is looking for a house near the beach. “In 1993, I bought my first place, a two-bedroom condominium in Venice, for ,000. My friends thought then that I was overpaying. Five years later, I had to move. I sold it for 0,000, which was a nice profit. Last year, while visiting friends here, I saw in the local paper that the exact same condo was for sale for 0,000!” It is a seller's market. Homebuyers feel like they have to offer at least 10 percent more than the asking price. Donna, a new owner of a one-bedroom condo in Venice Beach, said, “That's what I did. I told the owner that whatever anyone offers you, I'll give you ,000 more, under the table, so you don’t have to pay your realtor any of it. I was tired of looking.” Tim says he hopes he doesn't get that desperate. “Whether you decide to buy or decide not to buy, you still feel like you made the wrong decision. If you buy, you feel like you overpaid. If you don't buy, you want to kick yourself for passing up a great opportunity.” Everyone says the bubble has to burst sometime, but everyone hopes it will burst the day after they sell their house. Even government officials have no idea what the future will bring. “All we can say is that, inevitably, these things go in cycles,” said the state director of housing. “What goes up must come down. But, as we all know, housing prices always stay up a little higher than they go down. So you can’t lose over the long run. Twenty years down the road, your house is always worth more than you paid for it.” Article/201106/141683

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