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伊丽莎白觉得自己完全上了当。她本来一心要跟韦翰跳开头几场,如今却来了个柯林斯先生从中作梗!她从来没有象现在这样扫兴过,不过事到如今,已无法补救。Elizabeth felt herself completely taken in. She had fully proposed being engaged by Mr. Wickham for those very dances; and to have Mr. Collins instead! her liveliness had never been worse timed. There was no help for it, however. Mr. Wickham#39;s happiness and her own were perforce delayed a little longer, and Mr. Collins#39;s proposal accepted with as good a grace as she could. She was not the better pleased with his gallantry from the idea it suggested of something more. It now first struck her, that SHE was selected from among her sisters as worthy of being mistress of Hunsford Parsonage, and of assisting to form a quadrille table at Rosings, in the absence of more eligible visitors. The idea soon reached to conviction, as she observed his increasing civilities toward herself, and heard his frequent attempt at a compliment on her wit and vivacity; and though more astonished than gratified herself by this effect of her charms, it was not long before her mother gave her to understand that the probability of their marriage was extremely agreeable to HER. Elizabeth, however, did not choose to take the hint, being well aware that a serious dispute must be the consequence of any reply. Mr. Collins might never make the offer, and till he did, it was useless to quarrel about him.If there had not been a Netherfield ball to prepare for and talk of, the younger Miss Bennets would have been in a very pitiable state at this time, for from the day of the invitation, to the day of the ball, there was such a succession of rain as prevented their walking to Meryton once. No aunt, no officers, no news could be sought after--the very shoe-roses for Netherfield were got by proxy. Even Elizabeth might have found some trial of her patience in weather which totally suspended the improvement of her acquaintance with Mr. Wickham; and nothing less than a dance on Tuesday, could have made such a Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday endurable to Kitty and Lydia. Article/201108/147299The door swung open at once. A tall, black-haired witch in emerald-green robes stood there. She had a very stern face and Harry#39;s first thought was that this was not someone to cross.  她的表情是那样地严肃,不禁使哈利感到要通过她的课可能很难。大门立刻打开了,门口站着一个身着绿长袍的黑头发的高个子女魔法师。;The firsrsquo; years, Professor McGonagall,; said Hagrid.  ;麦康娜教授,一年级新生都在这儿了。;哈格力报告说。;Thank you, Hagrid. I will take them from here.; ;谢谢你,哈格力,我会带他们进去的。;She pulled the door wide. The entrance hall was so big you could have fit the whole of the Dursleysrsquo; house in it. The stone walls were lit with flaming torches like the ones at Gringotts, the ceiling was too high to make out, and a magnificent marble staircase facing them led to the upper floors.  她把大门完全推开。里面的入口大厅大得惊人,甚至可以装下杜斯利家的整幢房子。火把将石墙照得通明,房顶高得难以想象,正面美丽的大理石楼梯通往楼上。They followed Professor McGonagall across the flagged stone floor. Harry could hear the drone of hundreds of voices from a doorway to the right ; the rest of the school must aly be here ; but Professor McGonagall showed the first years into a small, empty chamber off the hall. They crowded in, standing rather closer together than they would usually have done, peering about nervously.  孩子们跟着麦康娜教授走过一段插满旗的地板。哈利可以听到从右边入口传来成百上千个喧闹的声音;;学校的其他学生也已经到了。;;但麦康娜教授却把新生都带到远离大厅的一间小空房子里。他们全都挤了进来,站得密密麻麻,紧张地四处张望。;Welcome to Hogwarts,; said Professor McGonagall. ;The start-of-term banquet will begin shortly, but before you take your seats in the Great Hall, you will be sorted into your houses. The Sorting is a very important ceremony because, while you are here, your house will be something like your family within Hogwarts. You will have classes with the rest of your house, sleep in your house dormitory, and spend free time in your house common room.  ;欢迎你们到霍格瓦彻来。;麦康娜教授高声说道,;开学晚宴很快就要开始了。但在此之前,你们先会被分配到各自的学院,分配仪式十分重要,因为既然你们到这儿来了,你们的学院就是你们在霍格瓦彻的家。你们要跟学院里的其他同学一起上课、一起居住、一起游戏。;;The four houses are called Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin. Each house has its own noble history and each has produced outstanding witches and wizards. While you are at Hogwarts, your triumphs will earn your house points, while any rulebreaking will lose house points. At the end of the year, the house with the most points is awarded the house cup, a great honor. I hope each of you will be a credit to whichever house becomes yours. ;这四所学院分别叫做格林芬顿、海夫巴夫、卫文卡罗和史林德林。每所学院都有它光荣而悠久的历史,都曾培养出才华横溢的魔法师。你们在霍格瓦彻期间,如果遵守纪律就会给你们加分,如果违反规矩就会被扣分。每年年底,得分最高的那所学院里的孩子就会被授予一项无上的荣誉;;;豪斯杯;。我希望你们都能为自己的学院争光。

I wonder if there is anyone in the world who never lies. Not even a small white lie. It seems everyone lies at some point in their life, or their day. Some people are better liars than others. In fact, I often lying is an art. Children are pretty good at lying. Or perhaps they’re pretty bad, because it’s easy to tell when a child is lying. I that the more lies children tell, the more intelligent they are. You need to be creative and imaginative to lie. There comes a stage in our lives when most of us stop lying. We are all told that it’s always better to tell the truth. Not all of us do this though. There are many very intelligent people who lie. We even trust them to run our country. I’ve lost count of the number of politicians who have been caught lying. Article/201105/137723

有声名著之简爱Jene Eyer Chapter22 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人呼啸山庄 Article/200809/47259

  The last shop was narrow and shabby. Peeling gold letters over the door Ollivanders: Makers of Fine Wands since 382 B.C. A single wand lay on a faded purple cushion in the dusty window.这最后一间店十分窄小破旧。门上剥落的金色字母写道:;奥利万德斯。;公元前382年开始就是上好的手杖制造者。在布满灰尘的橱窗里只有一根手杖放在已经褪了色的紫色垫子上。A tinkling bell rang somewhere in the depths of the shop as they stepped inside. It was a tiny place, empty except for a single, spindly chair that Hagrid sat on to wait. Harry felt strangely as though he had entered a very strict library; he swallowed a lot of new questions that had just occurred to him and looked instead at the thousands of narrow boxes piled neatly right up to the ceiling. For some reason, the back of his neck prickled. The very dust and silence in here seemed to tingle with some secret magic.当他们跨入店里的时候,店里不知什么地方响起了一声清脆的铃声。这是个很小的地方,除了一张椅子什么也没有。哈利就坐在这张椅子上等着,哈利觉得很奇怪,就好像他们走进了一座十分森严的图书馆一样。他脑袋里冒出了许多问题但都忍住了没问,因为他看到了上百上千的窄小的盒子差不多快堆到要触及天花板了,不知什么原因,他的脖子后面有种刺痛的感觉。这里的尘封和沉寂似乎和某种神秘的魔法有某种必然的关系。;Good afternoon,; said a soft voice. Harry jumped. Hagrid must have jumped, too, because there was a loud crunching noise and he got quickly off the spindly chair.;下午好。;一个柔和的声音说。哈利一下子跳了起来。哈格力一定也跳了起来,因为发出了一种东西被压碎的巨响令他迅速的跳离了那张椅子。An old man was standing before them, his wide, pale eyes shining like moons through the gloom of the shop.一个老人站在他们面前,他的大而发青的眼睛透过小店的昏暗闪着光。;Hello,; said Harry awkwardly.;你好。;哈利笨拙地说。;Ah yes,; said the man. ;Yes, yes. I thought I#39;d be seeing you soon. Harry Potter.; It wasn#39;t a question. ;You have your mother#39;s eyes. It seems only yesterday she was in here herself, buying her first wand. Ten and a quarter inches long, swishy, made of willow. Nice wand for charm work.;;哦,是的。;老人说道,;是的,我一直想我很快就会见到你的,哈利;波特。你的眼睛和你妈妈的一模一样,她来这里买魔杖的事好像昨天一样历历在目。 她买的那根魔杖十又四分之一英寸长,用十分漂亮柏木做的,那是一根极好的魔法手杖。;Mr. Ollivander moved closer to Harry. Harry wished he would blink. Those silvery eyes were a bit creepy.奥利万德斯先生向哈利走近了一点,哈利希望他能眨眨眼,这双泛着青银光的眼睛让人觉得有点毛骨悚然。;Your father, on the other hand, favored a mahogany wand. Eleven inches. Pliable. A little more power and excellent for transfiguration. Well, I say your father favored it ; it#39;s really the wand that chooses the wizard, of course.;;你爸爸则喜欢一根桃木做的魔杖,十一英寸长,很容易弯曲,但在变形这一法术上会显得很有威力,我说你爸爸喜欢那根手杖,其实也是手杖在挑选魔法师。;Mr. Ollivander had come so close that he and Harry were almost nose to nose. Harry could see himself reflected in those misty eyes.靠得如此近,他和哈利两人就要鼻子靠鼻子了。哈利能从那双迷漾的眼睛里看到自己的影子。;And that#39;s where;;;哦,那就是;;;Mr. Ollivander touched the lightning scar on Harry#39;s forehead with a long, white finger.奥利万德斯用他那细长苍白的手指抚摸哈利头上那道闪电形伤疤。;I#39;m sorry to say I sold the wand that did it,; he said softly. ;Thirteen-and-a-half inches. Yew. Powerful wand, very powerful, and in the wrong hands; well, if I#39;d known what that wand was going out into the world to do;;;我很难过,我卖出的手杖伤了你。;他轻轻地说,;十三英寸半,一根很有威力的手杖,非常有威力,但是我给错了主人;;如果我知道那根手杖将会做出这样的事;;;He shook his head and then, to Harry#39;s relief, spotted Hagrid.他很难过地摇了摇头,然后见到了哈格力,这让哈利大大松了一口气。;Rubeus! Rubeus Hagrid! How nice to see you again; Oak, sixteen inches, rather bendy, wasn#39;t it?;;鲁贝斯!鲁贝斯。哈格力!再次见到你真是太高兴了,好的,十六英寸,很弯曲,是不是?;;It was, sir, yes,; said Hagrid.;没错,先生。;哈格力说。;Good wand, that one. But I suppose they snapped it in half when you got expelled?; said Mr. Ollivander, suddenly stern.;那可是一根很好的手杖,但是我猜当你被驱逐出去的时候那根手杖已经被折成两半了。;;Er ; yes, they did, yes,; said Hagrid, shuffling his feet. ;I#39;ve still got the pieces, though,; he added brightly.;嗯,是的,他们这样做了。;哈格力说。慢吞吞地移动着他的脚,;但是,我还保留着那些碎片。;他快乐地补充道。;But you don#39;t use them?; said Mr. Ollivander sharply.;但你干什么不用他们?;奥利万德斯尖刻地说道。;Oh, no, sir,; said Hagrid quickly. Harry noticed he gripped his pink umbrella very tightly as he spoke.;不,不,先生!;哈格力答得很快。哈利注意到当他说这话的时候他紧紧握着那把粉红色的雨伞。;Hmmm,; said Mr. Ollivander, giving Hagrid a piercing look. ;Well, now ; Mr. Potter. Let me see.; He pulled a long tape measure with silver markings out of his pocket. ;Which is your wand arm?;;哼;;;奥利万德斯先生看了哈利一眼,说道:;好了,现在,波特先生,让我看看。;他从口袋里掏出一根根长的带有银色标记的尺子,;你哪一只手用来拿手杖?;;Er ; well, I#39;m right-handed,; said Harry.;嗯,我是用右手的。;哈利答道。;Hold out your arm. That#39;s it.; He measured Harry from shoulder to finger, then wrist to elbow, shoulder to floor, knee to armpit and round his head. As he measured, he said, ;Every Ollivander wand has a core of a powerful magical substance, Mr. Potter. We use unicorn hairs, phoenix tail feathers, and the heartstrings of dragons. No two Ollivander wands are the same, just as no two unicorns, dragons, or phoenixes are quite the same. And of course, you will never get such good results with another wizard#39;s wand.;;伸出你的手臂,像这样。;他从哈利的肩一直量到手指尖,再从腕关节到肘关节,肩膀到地面,膝盖到腋窝,以及整个头部,当他量的时候,他说道,;每根奥利万德斯魔杖都有一个核心,是那极具威力的魔法物做成的。波特,我们用的是独角兽的头发,凤凰尾巴上的羽毛和龙的心弦,没有哪两根奥利万德斯手杖是一样的,就好像根本没有两只独角兽、凤凰或龙是完全一样的。当然如果你用了其他魔法师的魔杖是不会有这样的结果的。;

  Simon, a college grad, always pointed out the errors in his brother Brevyn's emails. "When are you going to stop confusing 'its' with 'it's'?" he often asked. Brevyn, a high school grad, said that nobody ever noticed anyway.Brevyn knew that Simon was “book smart,” but he didn't think Simon was very “street smart.” Years ago, Simon had bought stereo speakers from a street vendor. When he arrived home, he called Brevyn over to help him set up the speakers. Simon was excited because he had gotten the speakers at half price. The brand new speaker boxes said Panasonic, Model No. A-682ST, Made in Japan, etc.But Simon was disappointed and angry when he discovered that the boxes contained only old magazines. Brevyn was amused. “Did you get a receipt?” Brevyn asked. “Did you ask the guy about his return policy? Did he tell you where his 'store' is going to be tomorrow?”Brevyn visited Simon to show him the new tires he had just put on his Honda Accord. While they were talking in Simon's living room, Simon showed Brevyn an air pump he had recently purchased. “If your new tires ever go low, you can pump them up super-fast with this. It pumps air into the tire on the downstroke and the upstroke.”Brevyn said, “You must be kidding. I’ve never heard of a pump that pumps air on the upstroke.” Brevyn tried out the pump. “There’s no air coming out of here on the upstroke,” he told Simon.“Of course there is. Read the label on the pump.”Brevyn the label. “Ha! Listen to this: ‘High volume air flow on both up and down strokes.’ The air ‘flows,’ all right, but it flows in on the upstroke, not out. The label writer tricked you, Mr. English Major. What have you got to say for yourself?”"Let’s go outside," Simon said. "Maybe I can find a small nail in one of your new tires." Article/201108/147318。

  Room 13-0413号房间 04  Anderson finished the cigarette. He left the ashtray on the window ledge. Then he turned out the lamp and went to bed.  Next morning, the maid brought hot water to the room. Anderson woke up and remembered his suitcase.  “Where is my suitcase, please.” He asked.  The maid laughed and pointed. The suitcase was on the table beside the wall. It was exactly where Anderson had left it.  He noticed another strange thing. His ashtray was on the middle window-ledge. He clearly remembered smoking his cigarette by the end window--- next to number 13.  He finished dressing and decided to visit his neighbor in room13. He was surprised when he went to the door of the next room. The next room was number 14! Anerson was frightened. Was he going mad?  After breakfast, he went to the Town Hall and more of the old papers. He found only one more letter from the Bishop about Nicolas Francken. A group of town people had tried to make Francken leave Viborg. They had gone to Francken’s house, but Francken had disappeared. The Bishop wrote that no one knew where Flancken had gone. That was the end of the matter.   安得森先生抽完烟,把烟灰缸留在窗台上,熄灭油灯便上床睡觉了。  第二天,女仆送热水到房间的时候,安德森先生醒来并记起了自己的旅行箱。  “请问我的旅行箱哪去了?”他问。  女仆笑着用手指了指。箱子就放在墙边的桌子上,正是他之前放的那个地方。  他还注意到另一件奇怪的事情。他的烟灰缸放在中间的窗台上,他清楚得记得自己是在紧挨13号房间的那个最边上的窗边抽的烟。  穿完衣,安德森打算打算去拜访一下13号房间的邻居。但当他走到隔壁房间的时候,他却惊讶的发现隔壁门上写的是14号!他害怕极了,自己是疯了吗?  吃完早饭,他又到市政厅去研读文献。这回他只找到一封主教写的关于尼古拉斯.弗兰肯的信,信中写到有一些市民试图把弗兰肯赶出维堡市,他们到弗兰肯的住处,却发现他人已经不见了。没人知道他去哪了。这便是整件事的结局。 Article/200811/57212

  Paris 巴黎For the next thirty years the Duke and Duchess lived in Paris. They gave parties and travelled round the world,but they never went back to Buckingham Palace.在以后的30年里,公爵和夫人住在巴黎。他们举行各种聚会,周游世界,但从未回过白金汉宫。When King George died in 1952 and Queen Mary died in 1961, Edward returned to Windsor for a few days. But Wallis stayed in France. ; It#39;s your family, ; she said. ; Not mine. ;爱德华分别在1952年乔治国王去世时,及1961年王太后玛丽去世时,回温莎待过几天。沃利斯则留在法国。“那是你的家庭,”她说,“不是我的。”But then,in 1966, the Duke and Duchess met Queen Elizabeth (the daughter of King George) at a small party in London. After thirty long years it was time to forget the past. Elizabeth kissed the Duchess and touched her arm. Then she turned to the Duke and said: ; Wallis is so beautiful, uncle. I think you; re a lucky man. ;但是,1966年公爵和夫人在伦敦的一个小型聚会上见到了伊丽莎白女王(乔治国王的女儿)。事隔30年,该忘记过去了。伊丽莎白吻了公爵夫人,碰了碰她的胳膊。然后她转向公爵,说:“沃利斯真美,伯父。我觉得您真幸运。”;That day Elizabeth was very kind to us,; Edward wrote later. ;But why couldn#39;t my mother or my brother say those words to me?;“那天,伊丽莎白对我们很和气,”爱德华后来写道,“但为什么我的母亲和弟弟就不能对我说这些话呢?”On B television in 1969 the Duke and Duchess spoke about their life together.1969年,在B电视节目里,公爵和夫人谈起他们的婚姻生活。; Do you argue?; someone asked them.“你们吵架吗?”有人这样问他们。;No, not really,; the Duchess replied.; But there#39;s one thing about my husband that I really don#39;t like. He is always late. It doesn#39;t matter if he#39;s meeting a queen, a president, or a film star. He can never arrive on time. I don#39;t know why. I have tried to change him,but it#39;s just not possible. ;“不,不真吵,”公爵夫人回答,“但我丈夫有一点我确实不喜欢。他总是迟到。无论是要会见女王、总统,还是电影明星,他从不准时赴约。我不知道为什么。我曾试图改变他,但就是不行。”The Duke smiled and touched her hand. ; I know that I#39;m often late,; he said. ; But on our wedding day, I arrived at the church twenty minutes before you. I was early and you were late. ;公爵微笑着拍拍她的手。“我知道自己常常迟到,”他说,“可我们举行婚礼那天,我比你早20分钟赶到教堂。我早到了,而你却迟到了。”;Yes,that#39;s true,; the Duchess said. And they both laughed.“对,这倒是真的,”公爵夫人说,他俩都笑了。;You could see real love in their eyes, ; one newspaper wrote. ;They were on television,but they forgot about the cameras and the millions of people who were watching. They were just two people in love. ;“在他们的眼中,你可以看到真正的爱,”一家报纸如此写道,“他们在接受电视采访,但他们忘记了摄像机,忘记了几百万观众在注视着他们。他们只是两个相爱中的人。”The Duchess was famous for her jewellery. ; After my husband, ; she once said, ; I love jewellery more than anything else in the world. ; And after thirty-five years with the Duke she had hundreds of pieces, which came from all over the world.公爵夫人因她的珠宝而出名。“除了我丈夫,”她有一次说,“这世界上我最爱的莫过于珠宝了。”与公爵一起生活35年后,她拥有了来自世界各地的几百件珠宝。 /201205/180274Red tides increase off China coast 中国沿海赤潮增多The number of red tides increasing赤潮光临次数增多 Untreated sewage being pumped into the sea off the east coast of China is causing potentially dangerous red tides in the waters around Shanghai. The local branch of the state oceanography bureau says the number of red tides being reported each year is increasing. It blames the dumping of untreated household sewage. The Shanghai Daily newspaper said the local government was monitoring the situation and is expected to spend more on sewage disposal facilities in the next few years. Red tides, a bloom of bacteria that gives a red tint to coastal waters, produces toxins that kill fish and contaminate crustaceans. 由于未经处理的污水被注入中国东部沿海,上海周围水域不断出现存在潜在危险的赤潮。上海市海洋局说每年赤潮的次数都在增加。它对未经处理的家庭污水流入大海提出了谴责。 上海日报说地方政府正在监控这一形势,有望近几年在污水处理设施上追加投资。赤潮是由一些细菌引起的,它们快速繁殖,将沿海水域染成红色,同时产生杀死鱼类和污染甲壳类生物的毒素。 Article/200803/31759It was so light that it almost was white in color. She was facing the parallel side of the club from where she was standing. The lighting is not too good in the club because there are no windows, but I could see her clear as day. Thinking I left the Emergency exit where I emptied the trash unlocked, I was about to shout at her to say we were closed.   Just then something stopped me from speaking. Most people say when they see something paranormal they get cold, not in my case. I got incredibly hot. Even standing there with the fridge door open in a naturally cool place, I grew as hot as the afternoon sun beaming outside. I stood still in silence for about 5 mins staring at her, as she did not move. I then grasped some courage and said "hey, how did you get in here we are closed!" As I said this she turned to look at me, that's when I noticed the other side of her face that was not visible to me before was MISSING! This freaked me out so much that my blood ran as cold as the fridge standing open. I stood frozen for a few minutes refusing to look away as she stood there and returned my gaze. Now I do not know what came over me because I now started to chase after her. Most people would think I am crazy to chase after a ghost but my bold stupidity of working security and liking to throw my weight around took over. Article/200904/67946

  EU, Japan call for new trade round 欧日呼吁召开新一轮贸易谈判Worldwide demonstrations disrupted trade talks 世界各地的示威活动中断了贸易谈判Europe and Japan have called for the resumption of world trade talks by the end of this year. The call came at the end of the EU-Japan summit in Tokyo, ahead of a meeting of the leaders of the world's major industrial countries in Okinawa on Friday. Global trade talks broke down in December in Seattle, amid bitter recriminations between trading partners and mass demonstrations on the streets. In a joint statement, Japan's Premier Mori and French President Jacques Chirac said they accepted that many people were worried by the growing globalisation of the world economy. "The launch of a new round of trade negotiations remains the best way for the World Trade Organisation to respond to these challenges," they said. 欧洲和日本提出在年底前继续世界贸易谈判。欧日在东京的会谈结束时的这一呼吁,是在周五冲绳将召开的世界主要工业国家会议(G8)前提出的。上次的西亚图全球贸易谈判在贸易伙伴相互辛辣的指责、大街上群众游行抗议声中于12月中断。在一份联合声明中,日本首相森喜朗和法国总统希拉克称他们认识到许多人对世界经济全球化的担忧。他们说,“展开新一轮贸易谈判仍是世贸组织迎接这些挑战的最好途径。” Article/200803/31343

  “如果我是鳕鱼,”爱丽丝说,脑子里还想着那首歌,“我会对海豚说“远一点,我们不要你同我们在一起!’” `Boots and shoes under the sea,' the Gryphon went on in a deep voice, `are done with a whiting. Now you know.' `And what are they made of?' Alice asked in a tone of great curiosity. `Soles and eels, of course,' the Gryphon replied rather impatiently: `any shrimp could have told you that.' `If I'd been the whiting,' said Alice, whose thoughts were still running on the song, `I'd have said to the porpoise, "Keep back, please: we don't want YOU with us!"' `They were obliged to have him with them,' the Mock Turtle said: `no wise fish would go anywhere without a porpoise.' `Wouldn't it really?' said Alice in a tone of great surprise. `Of course not,' said the Mock Turtle: `why, if a fish came to ME, and told me he was going a journey, I should say "With what porpoise?"' `Don't you mean "purpose"?' said Alice. Article/201104/131001

  I don’t think people understand cyber-crime. It’s only just started. In the future, it’s going to be a huge problem. There have aly been a few amazing examples. A few years ago the whole Internet in Latvia was attacked by another country. Cyberspace has become a new battleground. Countries spy on each other. If there’s a war, it’s possible one country could attack the other country’s Internet. This would mean all communication, transport, etc would stop. It would cause huge damage to hospitals and other important buildings. But cyber-crime is happening today to ordinary people. Have you ever heard of phishing? That’s with a ‘ph’ not ‘f’. You really need to be very careful about what information you put online. Article/201104/131640。

  他的有钱有势蒙蔽了天下人的耳目,他那目空一切、盛气凌人的气派又吓坏了天下人,弄得大家只有顺着他的心意去看待他。;Upon my word, I say no more HERE than I might say in any house in the neighbourhood, except Netherfield. He is not at all liked in Hertfordshire. Everybody is disgusted with his pride. You will not find him more favourably spoken of by anyone. ;;I cannot pretend to be sorry, ; said Wickham, after a short interruption, ;that he or that any man should not be estimated beyond their deserts; but with HIM I believe it does not often happen. The world is blinded by his fortune and consequence, or frightened by his high and imposing manners, and sees him only as he chooses to be seen. ;;I should take him, even on MY slight acquaintance, to be an ill-tempered man. ; Wickham only shook his head.;I wonder, ; said he, at the next opportunity of speaking, ;whether he is likely to be in this country much longer. ; Article/201107/145773

  酒席果然特别体面,待候的仆从以及盛酒菜的器皿,也跟柯林斯先生所形容过的一模一样……The dinner was exceedingly handsome, and there were all the servants and all the articles of plate which Mr. Collins had promised; and, as he had likewise foretold, he took his seat at the bottom of the table, by her ladyship#39;s desire, and looked as if he felt that life could furnish nothing greater. He carved, and ate, and praised with delighted alacrity; and every dish was commended, first by him and then by Sir William, who was now enough recovered to echo whatever his son-in-law said, in a manner which Elizabeth wondered Lady Catherine could bear. But Lady Catherine seemed gratified by their excessive admiration, and gave most gracious smiles, especially when any dish on the table proved a novelty to them. The party did not supply much conversation. Elizabeth was y to speak whenever there was an opening, but she was seated between Charlotte and Miss de Bourgh--the former of whom was engaged in listening to Lady Catherine, and the latter said not a word to her all dinner-time. Mrs. Jenkinson was chiefly employed in watching how little Miss de Bourgh ate, pressing her to try some other dish, and fearing she was indisposed. Maria thought speaking out of the question, and the gentlemen did nothing but eat and admire.When the ladies returned to the drawing-room, there was little to be done but to hear Lady Catherine talk, which she did without any intermission till coffee came in, delivering her opinion on every subject in so decisive a manner, as proved that she was not used to have her judgement controverted. She inquired into Charlotte#39;s domestic concerns familiarly and minutely, gave her a great deal of advice as to the management of them all; told her how everything ought to be regulated in so small a family as hers, and instructed her as to the care of her cows and her poultry. Elizabeth found that nothing was beneath this great lady#39;s attention, which could furnish her with an occasion of dictating to others. In the intervals of her discourse with Mrs. Collins, she addressed a variety of questions to Maria and Elizabeth, but especially to the latter, of whose connections she knew the least, and who she observed to Mrs. Collins was a very genteel, pretty kind of girl. She asked her, at different times, how many sisters she had, whether they were older or younger than herself, whether any of them were likely to be married, whether they were handsome, where they had been educated, what carriage her father kept, and what had been her mother#39;s maiden name? Elizabeth felt all the impertinence of her questions but answered them very composedly. Lady Catherine then observed,;Your father#39;s estate is entailed on Mr. Collins, I think. For your sake, ; turning to Charlotte, ;I am glad of it; but otherwise I see no occasion for entailing estates from the female line. It was not thought necessary in Sir Lewis de Bourgh#39;s family. Do you play and sing, Miss Bennet?; Article/201110/157620

  她突然伸出了手,在空中抓了一把,虽然没有抓住任何东西,但是听到了摔倒了的尖叫声,和打碎玻璃的哗啦啦的响声,根据这些声音,她断定兔子掉进玻璃温室之类的东西里面了。 `THAT you won't' thought Alice, and, after waiting till she fancied she heard the Rabbit just under the window, she suddenly sp out her hand, and made a snatch in the air. She did not get hold of anything, but she heard a little shriek and a fall, and a crash of broken glass, from which she concluded that it was just possible it had fallen into a cucumber-frame, or something of the sort. Next came an angry voice--the Rabbit's--`Pat! Pat! Where are you?' And then a voice she had never heard before, `Sure then I'm here! Digging for apples, yer honour!' `Digging for apples, indeed!' said the Rabbit angrily. `Here! Come and help me out of THIS!' (Sounds of more broken glass.) `Now tell me, Pat, what's that in the window?' `Sure, it's an arm, yer honour!' (He pronounced it `arrum.') `An arm, you goose! Who ever saw one that size? Why, it fills the whole window!' `Sure, it does, yer honour: but it's an arm for all that.' `Well, it's got no business there, at any rate: go and take it away!' Article/201012/120858

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