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每日一句口语:Never give up on something you really want. It#39;s difficult to wait, but worse to regret.永远不要放弃你真正想要的东西。等待虽难,但后悔更甚。【知识点讲解】give up v.放弃;抛弃;戒除;交出例句:She doesn#39;t give up easily.她做任何事都不轻易放弃。 /201609/467354今日短语:a big step一个重大的进展、决定例句:Starting your own business is a big step.自行创业是个重大决定。 /201705/501595

A young businessman had just started his own firm. He rented a beautiful office and had it furnished with antiques. Sitting there, he saw a man come in to the outer office. Wishing to appear the hot shot, the businessman picked up the phone and started to pretend he had a big deal working. He threw huge figures around and made giant commitments. Finally he hung up and asked the visitor, "Can I help you?" The man said, "Yeah, I've come to activate your phone lines."一个年轻人的公司刚刚开张。他租用了漂亮的办公室,办公室内还放上了古董作装饰。这天,这位年轻人正在办公室里面坐着,他看到一个男的走进了办公室。为显示他是个成功的老板,这位年轻的生意人拿起电话假装正在谈大买卖,张觜就是三、五个亿,闭觜就说一切搞定、没问题!好不容易电话“打”完,挂上听筒,年轻人问进来的那人,“您有事吗?”那人说,“有事,我是来给你开通电话的”。 Article/200802/26530

Where#39;s the pencil sharpener?卷笔刀在哪里?Which one?哪一个。Any one. I need to sharpen this pencil.随便一个。我需要削一下这个铅笔。I think there#39;s one on the dining room table.我记得餐厅桌子上有一个。I aly looked there.我已经在那找过了。Did you look in the desk drawer?你在书桌抽屉里找过吗?Yes, I looked there, too.是的,我也在那找过了。Don#39;t we have about five sharpeners?我们不是有五个卷笔刀吗?Yes, but they seem to have legs.是的,但他们似乎长了腿。Tomorrow I#39;m going to buy an electric sharpener.明天我要买一个电动卷笔刀。Get one with the rubber suction cups on the bottom.买一个底部带有橡胶吸盘的。Yes. That way it will stay where I put it.是的。这样它将待在我把它放在的地方。译文属仅供学习和交流使用,不得转载 /201511/411718There are times when we are faced with illnesses, disorders, disabilities some type of tragedy that causes us to lose contact with ourselves and the world in which we live. Our happiness begins to fade and our heart begins to grow heavy. This affects the way we think, live, feel and the way we look at life. Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I'm Faith. None of us can be happy all the time. During times of tragedy, it is natural and even beneficial to be sad, but not to hold unhappy, anger or any negative emotion that takes control. We must heal ourselves emotionally and spiritually.Talk with optimistic and encouraging people for they bring a sense of hope into the world, a new meaning to life. They help you see past the clouds on a glooming day,they bring sunlight everyday.Happiness is when you are with people who love you for who you are, this is the true meaning of love and friendship. Each day you are reborn with love and joy when you realize that you have people by your side that care. This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. Just let you know, whenever or wherever you're sad, this online radio program is always by your side.有时候我们会遭遇疾病,混乱,无力等一些灾难,这些灾难会暂时使我们迷失自我,并与这个我们赖以生存的世界失去联系。我们的快乐开始褪却,我们的内心开始变得沉重。这一切影响着我们的思维,生活,感情以及对待生活的方式。欢迎收听Faith轻松电台,我是Faith。没有人始终都保持着快乐。当身处灾难时,悲伤是自然的,也是非常有益的。但不要让不愉快,愤怒或任何消极的情绪操控你的生活。我们必须从情绪上和精神上治愈我们心灵上的创伤。去和积极乐观的人们聊聊天,因为他们带给世界一线希望,带给生活新的意义。他们会帮助你在阴郁的天气里抹去乌云。 当你和真正关爱你的人在一起时,这才是快乐,同时这也是爱与友谊的真正含义。每天当你意识到有人在你身边关爱着你时,你便和爱与喜悦一起重生。这里是Faith主持的Faith轻松电台。只想告诉你,不管何时何地当你悲伤时,这个网络电台节目一直在你身边。 Article/200802/27507

And now, the VOA Special English program American Stories. Our story today is called Singing Woman. It was written by Ada Jack Carver in 1927. She won an O. Henry Award for the story. Singing Woman is about an old professional mourner in the southern state of Louisiana. She lives on Albertville, a community of French-speaking people of mixed race. They are part black, part white. Now, here is Mary Tillotson with the story.Little by little, Albertville was changing and the old ways were disappearing. People did not even die as they used to in any brides with time to receive the sacrament and be pardoned for their sins. They died just anywhere, everywhere killed by trains or the growing number of automobiles that raced by on the big new roads. No wondered the buryings were often poor, hurried affairs without even a singing woman.Oriate and her close friend, dead old Josie * were the only singing women left on Albertville. There was a time when a singing woman was as necessary as a priest. No one who amounted to anything would be buried without a professional mourner. Nowadays, people seemed to have lost the fear, the dignity of death. They did not care how they died or were born. They just came into and went out of the world, any old way. All these troubled Oriate. She sat in her corner and mumbled and grumbled to God about it. "Look liking nothing in right," Numbly used to be. It had been nearly 10 years now since Oriate had wailed for a funeral. Her friend Josephine had had the last one. That was 6 years ago when Madam Mary died. That made 98 for Josephine and 99 for herself. She was one funeral ahead of her friend. How proud Oriate was of her record. She, Oriate, had sung for more buryings than any singing woman in the parish. Of course, old Josephine was a mighty close second.Oriate kept a record of her own and Josephine's funerals in a little black book locked up in a safe place. On one page was her own name Oriate; and underneath it 99 crosses in neat little rows of five. On the opposite page, was Josephine's name and beneath it 98 crosses in neat little rows of five. Well, they had served death long and loyally, she and Josephine. There was a time when as a special treat, Oriate would take out her funeral book and named the crosses. This one was Maradio barred, and this one she * her daughter. Here was all way who died at time of Coloracam in 1860.Sometimes, Oriate wondered sadly if she would ever wail again. There was, on Albertville, only one-person left who, if he died, would want a wailing woman. This was Tony Fildbear, the only show on Albertville, older than Oriate. Tony and Oriate and Josephine had been young folks together. Now, it became a sort of game between the two women who would get Tony when he died. "If I get Tony," Oriate would say, "me, I have two more crosses than you, I will have a hundred." And Josephine sitting back in her chair would laugh, "minority if I get him we'll be even at them, my friend." Tony himself and all old men were pleased with the fast they made over him, sometimes he would joke with them when he met them in a church."Well, well, old and *, I’m yet, Oriate love both you girls, just wait me, I'll show you." Sometimes, when the weather was fine and the sun not too hot or too bright, Oriate would take her stick and hobble down to Josephine's house to talk of old times. What grand living and dying they're used to be back in steamboat days. It was like remembering a wedding festival or a muddy grave to look back to the yellow fever scare of 1890. "A funeral everyday and sometimes two."She and Josephine had had their hands for shocks. The land was too healthy now what was training the swarm in such. The people would get into a pity out waiting death like that. Good thing after all that the automobiles bumped some of them off, Outstate would never quit the earth.Sometimes, Oriate and Josephine would make wild little jokes, slapping at the flights with fear untiring fans. I've seen Tony last week at the church. He was looking weak, may know?" And both would laugh. He aimed her too long, but old Tony who for almost 20 years has had one foot in the grave look like he meant to hang on to the earth for ever and ever, Amen. He has always been like that, a lover of life and living. Hey, Lord, what a lad old Tony used to be. What a way with the girls."It was on a terribly hot August day, but Tony Fildbear had a stroke. Oriate's grandson came in and told her about it. Oriate was excited, "So, Tony was sick?" "Very low." She got down some coffee and got her stick and was off to Josphine's house. She was so heavy with news, she could hardly breathe. "Ah, well, poor old Tony was dying. Which one would he want to sing for him, herself or old Josephine?" A week went by and another, and it began to look as if old Tony did not mean to die after all. It was just like Tony to keep death waiting to play with death like that.Every night, Oriate got out her funeral book, 99 crosses for herself, a record any singing woman might be proud of. If only she could get one more to complete her final five if only she could get Tony. How she would crow over Josephine then, "Me, I got one hundred crosses, one hundred funerals I've sung for." Then, one night in late September, Tony died and his son came to ask Oriate to the funeral. "Papa, he told us to get you, the funeral is tomorrow at 10." In the morning, when Oriate awakened, she found that something terrible had happened to her voice. It was gone. She could not speak too much excitement and she let herself get wet outside. Her grandchildren put warm things on her throat and gave her a Rome toddy. But it did no good. Her throat hurt when she opened mouth. She sounded like a frog. She had to stay in bed. In the evening, the family returned from the burying, but they said nothing about the funeral and how nice Josphine's song and carried on. When Oriate thought no one was looking, she took out her funeral book from under her pillow and made a cross mark under Josephine's name. Now, they were even, each had 99 crosses. Her old hands shook, and one tear rolled out of her one eye.The next day, Oriate awoke. She heard much excitement around the house. She sat up against her pillow. Her grandchildren crowded around her bed and told her that Josephine had gotten sick in the night, and passed away early this morning. "How do you feel, granny, if Josephine rolled away. Josephine asked for you in the night to come in singing for her funeral." "Well, Lord you, love you." All day, the children made preparations to take Oriate to Josephine's funeral. They said, "You stay in bed and rest many so your voice will be good tomorrow."The next morning, they came in to help her when she was dressed and y to go. They brought her the funeral book, "Now, let me look, mark it down one hundred funerals. You've sung for more burying than anyone in the parish." But Oriate brushed them away. "Don't interfere," she cackled, "you wait till I come home from Josephine's burial." She was unsteady on her feet as they started it out. She was so little, so little and thin. In her mourning veil, she looked like a little black bride. She hobbled painfully, slowly along the road. There was not much strength left than her. A loneliness passed over her, a loneliness and heartache. "Josie," she called, "Josie, I'm coming."She reached the turn of the road where the willows grew and had to stop. She could go no further. She became dizzy, weaker, sick with fear. She turned her face toward Josephine's house and whispered, "Josie." Everything around her seemed less clear. A darkness took hold of her, "Josie, Josie. I believe my friend that after all. You and me will quit even."You have heard the story called Singing Woman. It was written by Ada Jack Carver. It was edited and adapted for Special English by Herald Berman. Your narrator was Mary Tilloston. Listen again next week at the same time for another Special English program of American Stories. This is Shirley Griffith. Article/200801/23643栏目简介:《生活英语视频》栏目是初级英语口语下面的子栏目,用形象生动的方式展示了初级英语在生活中的简单应用,非常适合英语入门学习,能够帮助英语学习爱好者积累英语词汇和表达,培养英语学习的兴趣。 /201508/396228

释义:put on 穿衣,长胖,化妆,假装,开……可以用为多种含义的短语之一的 put on 最基本表示“放在……上面”。进一步衍生出的含义有“穿衣”,“化妆”,“打开……”,“播放歌曲”等。例句:He got up and started to put on his jacket.他起床,然后开始穿外套。I#39;ve put on ( gained ) weight.我长胖了。I had to put on lotion.我得抹点乳液了。Turn off the air conditioner and put on the heat.把空调关了,把暖气打开。I#39;m going to put on the most romantic song.我要播放最浪漫的歌曲了。I want to put on a Christmas show tonight. Will you help me?今晚我想举行圣诞演出,你能帮帮我吗?You don#39;t have to put on a brave face for me.你不必因为我做出一副勇敢的表情。I#39;ll put you on right away.马上为您转接(电话)。I know he is at your place. Just put him on.我知道他在你那里。把话筒给他。对话:A: You should put on a sweater. It#39;s cold outside.你得穿上毛衣,外面很冷。B: I thought it was colder than normal.我觉得比平时任何时候都冷。A: I put on too much make-up. I look like a clown.我化的妆太浓了。看着像个小丑。B: No, you don#39;t. But I would remove that eyeliner.没有啊,如果你实在看不惯,我就把眼线去掉。A: What would you like me to put on your hotdog?你的热要夹点什么?B: Just some ketchup, please.番茄酱就够了,谢谢。 /201703/496446大家好!今天我们来看一看怎么用美语来聊“日常用语”?Hey There 你好my bad 是我不好don#39;t mention it 别客气catch ya later 回头聊 /201509/401441释义:will do 足,有用在地上捡了个东西,说 will do 的话就表示……足以,可以接受等。That will do 表示“那就够了”,与 That#39;ll be fine. That#39;s fine 具有相同的含义。在餐厅使用这个句式主要是回答务员的提问,“That will do?”表示不需要别的了吗?例句:Say some words. Any words will do.说说看,什么都行。Will do. I#39;ll call you on your cell phone.可以。我会打你手机的。I don#39;t need much. One of these will do.我不需要太多。一个就够了。对话:A: Whatever you ask,I will do.不管你吩咐什么,我都没问题。B: You are a very loyal friend.你真是个讲义气的朋友。 /201607/457275

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