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What is a black hole? Well, it's difficult to answer this question, since the terms we would normally use to describe a scientific phenomenon are inadequate here. Astronomers and scientists think that a black hole is a region of space (not a thing) into which matter has fallen and from which nothing can escape - not even light. So we can't see a black hole. A black hole exerts a strong gravitational pull and yet it has no matter. It is only space - or so we think. How can this happen?The theory is that some stars explode when their density increases to a particular point; they collapse and sometimes a supernova occurs. From earth, a supernova looks like a very bright light in the sky which shines even in the daytime. Supernovae were reported by astronomers in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Some people think that the Star of Bethlehem could have been a supernova. The collapse of a star may produce a White Dwarf or neutron star - a star, whose matter is so dense that it continually shrinks by the force of its own gravity. But if the star is very large (much bigger than our sun) this process of shrinking may be so intense that a black hole results. Imagine the earth reduced to the size of a marble, but still having the same mass and a stronger gravitational pull, and you have some idea of the force of a black hole. Any matter near the black hole is sucked in. It is impossible to say what happens inside a black hole. Scientists have called the boundary area around the hole the "event horizon." We know nothing about events which happen once objects pass this boundary. But in theory, matter must behave very differently inside the hole.For example, if a man fell into a black hole, he would think that he reached the center of it very quickly. However an observer at the event horizon would think that the man never reached the center at all. Our space and time laws don't seem to apply to objects in the area of a black hole. Einstein's relativity theory is the only one which can explain such phenomena. Einstein claimed that matter and energy are interchangeable, so that there is no "absolute" time and space. There are no constants at all, and measurements of time and space depend on the position of the observer. They are relative. We do not yet fully understand the implications of the relativity theory; but it is interesting that Einstein's theory provided a basis for the idea of black holes before astronomers started to find some evidence for their existence. It is only recently that astronomers have begun specific research into black hole. In august 1977, a satellite was launched to gather data about the 10 million black holes which are thought to be in the Milky Way. And astronomers are planning a new observatory to study the individual exploding stars believed to be black holes.The most convincing evidence of black holes comes from research into binary star systems. Binary stars, as their name suggests, are twin stars whose position in space affects each other. In some binary systems, astronomers have shown that there is an invisible companion star, a "partner" to the one which we can see in the sky. Matter from the one which we can see is being pulled towards the companion star. Could this invisible star, which exerts such a great force, be a black hole? Astronomers have evidence of a few other stars too, which might have black holes as companions.The story of black holes is just beginning. Speculations about them are endless. There might be a massive black hole at the center of our galaxy swallowing up stars at a very rapid rate. Mankind may one day meet this fate. On the other hand, scientists have suggested that very advanced technology could one day make use of the energy of black holes for mankind. These speculations sound like science fiction. But the theory of black holes in space is accepted by many serious scientists and astronomers. They show us a world which operates in a totally different way from our own and they question our most basic experience of space and time.什么是黑洞呢?这个问题很难回答,因为我们通常用来描述一种科学现象的术语用在这里来解释是不够的。天文学家和科学家们认为黑洞是个空间区域,物体会掉进去,而没有物体能从中逃逸出来――即使是光也不能,所以我们看不到黑洞。黑洞产生很强的引力,而它却没有物质。它只是空间――或者我们认为是空间。这是怎样发生的呢?理论是一些星球的密度增长到特定的时刻就会爆炸。它们崩溃时会产生超新星。在地球上看去,超新星就像天空中非常耀眼的灯,即使在白天也能看到其闪光。在17、18世纪,天文学家就有关于超新星的记录,一些人认为圣诞星可能是一颗超新星。一颗星崩溃可能产生吸引力,你就了解黑洞的力量。黑洞附近任何物质都会被吸进去,根本不可能说出黑洞里面发生了什么。科学家们把这个洞的边缘区域称为"事界"。一旦物体经过这个边界,我们对所发生的事一无所知。但是在理论上,在黑洞里的物质的运动肯定与洞外有很大区别。例如:如果一个人掉进黑洞,他会认为自己很快就达到了其核心,但在"事界"的观察者则认为这个人根本不会到达黑洞的核心。我们的时空规律看起来不适于黑洞里的物体。爱因斯坦的相对论是唯一可以解释这种现象的理论。爱因斯坦声称物质和能量是可以互相转化的,因此就没有绝对的时间和空间,根本不存在永恒,时间和空间的衡量取决于观测者所在的位置,它们是相对的。我们还没有完全理解相对论的含义,但有意思的是,在天文学家的着手发现黑洞的存在据之前,爱因斯坦就提供了黑洞这种想法的基础。只是近来科学家才开始对黑洞的具体研究。1977年8月,发射了一颗卫星去收集关于被认为是在系的一千万个黑洞的数据。天文学家正在计划一个新的天文台以研究个别的正在爆炸的被相信要变为黑洞的星球。黑洞最有说力的据来自对双星系的研究。双星,正如它们的名字所表明的,是两颗在空间位置上互相影响的星球。在一些双星系里,天文学家已经表示这里有一颗看不到的伴星,即我们可以在天空中看到的一颗星球的伙伴。来自我们的看到的星球的物质正被吸引到伴星去。这颗产生如此巨大力量的看不见的星球会是黑洞吗?天文学家还有其它一些星球的据,这些星球可能与黑洞相伴。对黑洞的研究刚刚开始,各种推测会层出不穷。在我们系的中心很可能存在着一个巨大的黑洞正以极快的速度吞食着星球。人类有一天也会面临被吞食的命运。而科学家提出,有一天高科技利用轩洞的能量为人类务。这些设想听起来像科幻小说,但空间中黑洞的理论被许多严谨的科学家和天文学家接受。他们向我们展示了一个以完全不同于我们理解的方式运行的世界,并对我们最基本的时空经验提出了疑问。 Article/200802/28003First of all let us consider the earth (that is to say, the world) as a planet revolving round the sun. The earth is one of mine planets which move in orbit round the sun. These nine planets, together with the sun, make up what is called our solar system. How this wonderful system started and what kept it working with such wonderful accuracy is largely a mystery but astronomers tell us that it is only one of millions of similar systems is space, and one of the smallest.The stars which we see glittering in the sky on a dark and cloudless night are almost certainly the suns of other solar systems more or less like our own, but they are so far away in space that it is unlikely that we shall ever get to know very much about them. About our own solar system, however, we are learning more every day.Before the American and Russian astronauts made their thrilling journeys into outer space it was difficult for us to realise what our earth looked like from hundreds of thousands of miles away, but the photographs which the astronauts were able to take show us the earth in space looking not very different from what the moon looks like when we look at it from the earth. The earth is, however, very different from the moon, which the American astronauts have found to be without life or vegetation, whereas our earth is very much alive in every respect. The moon, by the way , is called a satellite because it goes round our earth as well as round the sun. In other words, it goes round the sun with our earth.The surface of our earth is covered by masses of land and larger areas of water. Let us consider the water areas first. The total water area is about three times as large as the land area. The very large separate areas of water are called "oceans" and the lesser areas are called "seas."In most of the oceans and seas some of the water is found to be flowing in a particular direction - that is to say, from one part towards another part of the ocean or sea concerned. The water which is flowing in this manner is said to be moving as a "current." There are many thousands of currents in the waters of the oceans and seas, but only certain of the stronger and better marked currents are specially named and or great importance. These currents are important because they affect the climate of the land areas close to where they flow and also because they carry large quantities of microscopic animal and vegetable life which forms a large part of the food for fishes.The nature and characteristics of the surface of the land areas of the earth vary a great deal from area to area and from place to place. The surface of some areas consists largely of high mountains and deep valleys whilst, in other areas, most of the surface consists of plains. If one made a journey over the Continents one would find every kind of surface including mountain ranges, plains, plateaux, deserts, tropical forestlands and empty areas covered permanently by ice and snow.When thinking and learning about the world we should not forget that our world is the home of a very great many different people - peoples with different colored skins, living very different lives and having very different ideas about a great many important things such as religion, government, education and social behavior. The circumstances under which different people live make a great difference between the way in which they live and the way in which we live, and it ought to be our business to try to understand those different circumstances so that we can better understand people of other lands. Above all, we should avoid deciding what we think about people different from ourselves without first having learned a great deal about them and the kind of lives they have to live. It is true to say that the more we learn about other people, the better we understand their ideas and, as a rule, the better we like those people themselves.首先让我们把地球看作是围绕太阳运行的一颗行星。地球是沿轨道围绕太阳运行的九大行星之一。这九大行星和太阳一起组成了所谓的我们的太阳系。这个奇妙的星系是怎样开始的,什么使它保持精确地运行,这是一个很大的迷。但是天文学家告诉我们太阳系只是太空里几百万个相似的星系中的一个而且是最小的一个。在漆黑的夜空,我们看到的闪烁的星星几乎肯定是其它太阳系中有些类似我们星系中的恒星。但是它们在太空中距离我们如此遥远以至于我们不可能对其了解太多。然而对于我们的太阳系,每天我们都会了解到更多东西。在美国和俄罗斯宇航员进行激动人心的太空旅行之前,我们很难认识到从数十万英里以外的地方看地球会是什么样子。但是宇航员们能够拍到的照片为我们展示出在太空中地球看上去和我们在地球上看到的月亮没有什么大的不同。然而,地球和月亮确有很大不同,这就是美国宇航员所发现的月球上没有生命和植物。而我们地球的各个地方都有生机。顺便说一下,月亮被称为卫星,是因为它围绕着我们地地球盍同时围绕太阳运转。换句话说,随着地球围绕太阳运行。我们地球表面覆盖着一块块的陆地和更大面积的水域。让我们首先考虑一下水域,其总面积大约是陆地面积的三倍。很大的隔开的水域称为"洋",小一些的水域称为"海"。在大部分海洋里,人们发现一些水是沿着特有的方向流动---这就是说,从海洋的一个区域流向另一区域以这种方式流动的水叫做"海流"。在海洋的水域里有成千上万条海流,但只有几条较强和较显着的海流被专门命名。这些海流的重要,是因为它们影响着流经水域的陆地的气候,并携带大量的微生物、植物,而这些却是鱼类的大部分食品。地球不同区域的陆地表面自然特征区别很大。一些区域的地表由大量的高山和深谷组成,而其它区域,大部分地表却由平原组成。如果一个人做一次大陆旅行,他会发现各种各样的地貌,包括山区、平原、高原、沙漠、热带雨林和永久性冰雪覆盖的空旷无人区。当我们想象和了解这个世界时,我们不应忘记我们的世界是许多不同种类人居住的家园--他们有不同的肤色,过着极不相同的生活,对诸如宗教、政府、教育和社交行为等许多重要事情持有极为不同的观点。不同民族的生活环境造就了他们和我们极为不同的生活方式,我们应该做的是努力了解他们不同的生活环境以便更好地理解其它地区的人们。在没有对他们及他们必须过的那种生活有相当多的认识前,我们应当避免对他们有先入为主的看法。确实我们了解别人越多,我们越能理解他们的观点,通常我们就会更喜欢那些人。 Article/200802/28004

One day, all diseases on Earth will be gone. I wonder. In fact, if all diseases die out or doctors find vaccines and cures for them, that will really change our planet. Think about the amount of overpopulation if no one died from diseases. There’d be a population explosion. I don’t think the Earth would be able to feed so many people. It’s a really difficult question. Some diseases in the world are really horrible and cause a lot of suffering. It would be great if scientists found cures for those. Scientists have aly found a cure for many diseases. It’s amazing how far science and medicine have come. I think more cures for diseases could be found if governments spent more money. They seem to spend so little on controlling disease. Article/201104/131792

In New York, the residents at a senior center have been receiving free doughnuts and other baked goods for years. The sweets are donated by bakeries and other shops that have leftovers that are not quite fresh enough to sell. The seniors devour the sweets. But the city council has decided that these sweets are no good for the seniors. It just passed a law forbidding free day-old sweets for the senior center.“We want our seniors to live as long as possible, and these sweets can only contribute to obesity. With obesity come high blood pressure, circulation problems, and diabetes. So we are doing this for their own good,” said Karl Rove, a city council member.The senior citizens are having none of this. They immediately called Rove and other council members to protest this ban. “Who are these people to tell us what to eat?” asked Doug Fairbanks, a resident at the center. “I’ll bet every one of them has a doughnut several times a week. Where do they get this attitude? They act like they are our parents.“Instead, they are elected officials who are supposed to do the will of the people. And there isn’t one person in this senior center who has complained about the free doughnuts. If they’re concerned about seniors, are they going to prohibit all the seniors in the whole town from eating doughnuts? They can’t just pick on us if they’re interested in the health of all seniors.“People get a little bit of power and it goes straight to their heads. We are starting a petition to recall all the council members who voted for this law.” Article/201104/133262

  Pronunciation 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

  Zach drove over to his fiancée’s place. She was in China, visiting her parents. Her son Bradley hadn't gone with her. Bradley was a junior in high school. He neither liked nor disliked Zach, even though he had known Zach for three years. Zach was still trying to win Bradley over. He called Bradley to tell him that he was coming over. Bradley said okay. When Zach got there, he checked all of Christine’s mail to see if there were any bills to pay. There were none.He asked if Bradley wanted to drive Zach's car. Bradley had a driver’s permit, and was always pestering his mom to let him drive her car. Bradley said all right. Zach told him not to speed, but he could drive anywhere he wanted. Bradley got on the 210 freeway and headed northwest to where it meets the 5. Zach gave Bradley a few driving tips: Don’t drive next to big rigs, because you never know when they might tip over and crush you. Don’t drive behind pickup trucks with loads, because you never know when something in the truck will get airborne and come flying through your windshield.On their way back, Zach suggested that they stop at the driving range. He wanted to show Bradley how to play golf. Bradley wasn’t enthusiastic. He preferred his games. But Bradley soon discovered that golf was fun! He hit a large bucket of balls. Zach told him that he had a natural swing. The next day Bradley, for the first time ever, called Zach. He had a few blisters on his hands; Zach said that was normal. Then Bradley asked if Zach would come by next Saturday so they could take a drive and hit golf balls again. Zach said of course, with a happy feeling in his heart. Article/201104/132236。

  Andy Warhol: The Father of Pop ArtWritten by Dana Demange (THEME)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 Andy Warhol, one of the most influential people in American modern art. Warhol was best known for his bright colored images of famous people and food cans. Through both his art and lifestyle he explored the nature of fame, popular culture, and the media. His artistic influence and unusual personality redefined the modern art world. (THEME) VOICE ONE:Andy Warhol was not always famous around the world. He was born in nineteen twenty-eight in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His parents were immigrants from Czechoslovakia. Their last name was Warhola, which Andy later shortened to Warhol. As a child Andy spent a great deal of time sick in bed. While he was recovering, he would draw pictures. When his father died, he left enough money for Andy to attend art school. AndyWarhol Andy Warhol attended the Carnegie Institute of Technology where he studied pictorial design. Pictorial design is the art of creating images and drawings. Often these drawings are used in the production of advertisements and magazines. VOICE TWO:In nineteen forty-nine Warhol moved to New York City to work as a commercial artist. He drew pictures for magazines and advertisements. He became very successful. During the nineteen fifties Warhol drew images for many important magazines such as “Vogue” and “Harper’s Bazaar.” He also became very well known for a series of ads he made for shoes. Warhol used his experience in commercial art as an entry into fine art. He began his painting career as part of the Pop Art movement. This movement was at its strongest during the nineteen sixties.VOICE ONE:Pop Art was defined by images of material goods and popular culture. Pop artists rejected the serious nature of the art world. To do this, these artists painted or printed everyday images of things that usually are not considered art. These images included photographs from magazines, drink advertisements and drawings from popular comic strips. Dollar Sign VOICE TWO:Some critics say that Pop Art was a reaction to Abstract Expressionism. Artists of the Abstract Expressionist movement took themselves very seriously. They did not approve of popular culture. They thought artists should not be concerned with such unimportant parts of culture. Pop artists, however, celebrated popular culture in all of its forms. They approved of using mass media and mass production as an influence in their art. Pop Art also reflected the rise in wealth and the importance of owning things that America experienced in the nineteen fifties. One art critic defined Pop art as popular, low-cost, young, mass-produced and sexy.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:One of Warhol’s first exhibits was in nineteen sixty-two. He created thirty-two paintings of red and white soup cans. These paintings shook the art world. The soup cans looked like the soup produced by one of America’s most popular food companies, Campbell’s. Every painting looked the same except for the words written on the can that described the different kinds of soup. Warhol used a very smooth painting method so the artwork almost did not look hand-made. The paintings looked like they came out of the same factory that made the soup cans. No one had ever seen art like this. Warhol also made paintings using images such as Coca Cola bottles, dollar symbols, and popular cleaning products. He took the most everyday objects and turned them into fine art. VOICE TWO:Warhol soon started making silk-screen prints. This method of reproduction permitted the artist to make many images very quickly. He would often repeat the same picture many times in one artwork. He liked the idea of mass produced art. He once said that he thought everyone should think alike and be like a machine. In fact, the place where he created his art was called The Factory. He had many assistants who helped him produce his art. VOICE ONE:Warhol explored many other subjects. For example, he made a series of paintings on death and disaster. These works showed images of car accidents and executions. He also made pictures of famous people such as the actress Marilyn Monroe and the singer Elvis Presley. Warhol was very interested in fame. He celebrated famous people and they celebrated him. Marilyn Monroe Article/200803/30124

  有声名著之螺丝在拧紧 Chapter7英文原著:《螺丝在拧紧The.Turn.of.the.Screw》文本下载 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/52997你昨夜曾把两件性质不同、轻重不等的罪名加在我头上。你第一件指责我折散了彬格莱先生和令的好事,完全不顾他们俩之间如何情深意切,你第二件指责我不顾体面,丧尽人道,蔑视别人的权益,毁坏了韦翰先生那指日可期的富贵,又破来了他美好的前途。;Two offenses of a very different nature, and by no means of equalmagnitude, you last night laid to my charge. The first mentioned was, that, regardless of the sentiments of either, I had detached Mr. Bingley from your sister, and the other, that I had, in defiance of various claims, in defiance of honour and humanity, ruined the immediate prosperity and blasted the prospects of Mr. Wickham. Wilfully and wantonly to have thrown off the companion of my youth, the acknowledged favourite of my father, a young man who had scarcely any other dependence than on our patronage, and who had been brought up to expect its exertion, would be a depravity, to which the separation of two young persons, whose affection could be the growth of only a few weeks, could bear no comparison. But from the severity of that blame which was last night so liberallybestowed, respecting each circumstance, I shall hope to be in the future secured, when the following account of my actions and their motives has been . If, in the explanation of them, which is due to myself, I am under the necessity of relating feelings which may be offensive to yours, I can only say that I am sorry. The necessity must be obeyed, and further apology would be absurd.你昨夜曾把两件性质不同、轻重不等的罪名加在我头上。你第一件指责我折散了彬格莱先生和令的好事,完全不顾他们俩之间如何情深意切,你第二件指责我不顾体面,丧尽人道,蔑视别人的权益,毁坏了韦翰先生那指日可期的富贵,又破来了他美好的前途。我竟无情无义,抛弃了自己小时候的朋友,一致公认的先父生前的宠幸,一个无依无靠的青年,从小起就指望我们施恩……这方面的确是我的一种遗憾;至于那一对青年男女,他们不过只有几星期的交情,就算我拆散了他们,也不能同这件罪过相提并论。现在请允许我把我自己的行为和动机一一剖白一下,希望你弄明白了其中的原委以后,将来可以不再象昨天晚上那样对我严词苛责。在解释这些必要的事情时,如果我迫不得已,要述述我自己的情绪,因而使你情绪不快,我只得向你表示歉意。既是出于迫不得已,那么再道歉未免就嫌可笑了。;I had not been long in Hertfordshire, before I saw, in common with others, that Bingley preferred your elder sister to any other young woman in the country. But it was not till the evening of the dance at Netherfield that I had any apprehension of his feeling a serious attachment. I had often seen him in love before. At that ball, while I had the honour of dancing with you, I was first made acquainted, by Sir William Lucas#39;saccidentalinformation, that Bingley#39;s attentions to your sister had given rise to a general expectation of their marriage. He spoke of it as a certain event, of which the time alone could be undecided. From that moment I observed my friend#39;s behaviour attentively; and I could then perceive that his partiality for Miss Bennet was beyond what I had ever witnessed in him. Your sister I also watched. Her look and manners were open, cheerful, and engaging as ever, but without anysymptomof peculiar regard, and I remained convinced from the evening#39;s scrutiny, that though she received his attentions with pleasure, she did not invite them by any participation of sentiment. If YOU have not been mistaken here, _I_ must have been in error. Your superior knowledge of your sister must make the latter probable. If it be so, if I have been misled by such error to inflict pain on her, your resentment has not been unreasonable. But I shall not scruple to assert, that the serenity of your sister#39;s countenance and air was such as might have given the most acute observer a conviction that, however amiable her temper, her heart was not likely to be easily touched. That I was desirous of believing her indifferent is certain--but I willventureto say that my investigation and decisions are not usually influenced by my hopes or fears. I did not believe her to be indifferent because I wished it; I believed it on impartial conviction, as truly as I wished it in reason. My objections to the marriage were not merely those which I last night acknowledged to have the utmost force of passion to put aside, in my own case; the want of connection could not be so great an evil to my friend as to me.我到哈福德郡不久,就和别人一样,看出了彬格莱先生在当地所有的少女中偏偏看中了令。但是一直等到在尼日斐花园开跳舞会的那个晚上,我才顾虑到他当真对令有了爱恋之意。说到他的恋爱方面,我以前也看得很多。在那次跳舞会上,当我很荣幸地跟你跳舞时,我才听到威廉#8226;卢卡斯偶然说起彬格莱先生对令的殷勤已经弄得满城风雨,大家都以为他们就要谈到嫁娶问题。听他说起来,好象事情已经千稳万妥,只是迟早问题罢了。从那时起,我就密切注意着我朋友的行为,于是我看出了他对班纳特的钟情,果然和他往常的恋爱情形大不相同。我也注意着令。她的神色和风度依旧象平常那样落落大方,和蔼可亲,并没有钟情于任何人的迹象。根据我那一晚上仔细观察的情形看来,我确实认为她虽然乐意接受他的殷勤,可是她并没有用深情密意来报答他。要是这件事你没有弄错,那么错处一定在我;你对于令既有透辟的了解,那么当然可能是我错了。倘若事实果真如此,倘若果真是我弄错了,造成令的痛苦,那当然难怪你气愤。可是我可以毫不犹豫地说,令当初的风度极其洒脱,即使观察力最敏锐的人,也难免以为她尽管性情柔和,可是她的心不容易打动。我当初确实希望她无动于中,可是我敢说,我虽然主观上有我的希望,有我的顾虑,可是我的观察和我的推断并不会受到主观上的影响。我认为,令决不会因为我希望她无动于中,她就当真无动于中;我的看法大公无私,我的愿望也合情合理。我昨天晚上说,遇到这样门户不相称的婚姻,轮到我自己身上的时候,我必须用极大的感情上的力量圆心压制,至于说到他们俩这一门婚姻,我所以要反对,还不光光是为了这些理由,因为关于门户高低的问题,我朋友并不象我那么重视。 Article/201111/161567Diane came into the room and sat down.She looked at Sergeant Foster and smiled.#39;I saw you at the Tennis Club last month,I think.You play very well.#39;黛安娜走进房间坐下来,她看着福斯特警官并冲他笑。;我想,我上个月在网球俱乐部见过你,你打得很棒。;Sergeant Foster#39;s face went red.Inspector Walsh looked at him.#39;Oh yes.A fast and exciting player is Sergeant Foster.#39;福斯特警官的脸变红了。沃尔什探长看着他。;哦,是的。那位打得激烈、兴奋的球员就是福斯特警官。;Diane smiled again at Sergeant Foster and his face went redder.黛安娜又朝着福斯特警官笑,他的脸变得更红了。#39;Well,Miss Clarkson,#39;Inspector Walsh said,#39;I want you to talk about last night.#39;;好了,克拉克森,;沃尔什探长说。;我想请你谈谈昨晚的事。;Diane stopped smiling.#39;Oh,I can talk about last night.I can#39;t stop talking about it.We were all angry.Mother went to bed early and I made hot milk for her.We were all in the kitchen,and Peter Hobbs came in He nearly broke the back door down.#39;Diane stopped.黛安娜收住了笑容。;哦,我可以谈谈昨晚,我的确是要谈谈。我们都生气了。妈妈早早就上了床,然后我端了杯热牛奶给她。我们都在厨房,随后彼特;霍布斯进来了,他几乎把后门给砸倒了。;黛安娜停住了。#39;Yes?#39;;接着呢?;#39;He was very angry about a letter.He wanted to kill Mother.Are you going to talk to him?#39;;他对那封信很生气,他想杀妈妈。你会和他谈谈吗?;#39;We#39;re going to talk to everyone.#39;;我们会找每个人谈。;#39;Good.Tom Briggs came into the kitchen,too.Are you going to talk to him?#39;;很好。汤姆;布里格斯也进了厨房。你要和他谈谈吗?;#39;I#39;m asking the questions,Miss Clarkson.When did you take the milk upstairs?#39;;克拉克森,我提几个问题。你什么时候端牛奶上楼的?;#39;I went up after Roger.#39;She stopped for a minute.Then she began again.#39;I didn#39;t like my mother,Inspector.She killed my father,you know.Last winter,after Christmas,she drove the car into a tree and killed my father.#39;;在罗杰之后。;她停了一会,然后她又说。;我不喜欢妈妈,探长。你要知道,她杀了我父亲。去年冬天,圣诞节后,她开车撞着一棵树,害死了我父亲。;Inspector Walsh watched Diane#39;s face carefully.#39;I see.So you wanted to kill your mother?#39;沃尔什警官仔细看着黛安娜的脸。;我明白了,所以你要杀死你母亲?;Diane laughed.#39;I wanted to kill her,but I didn#39;t.I can tell you a lot of things about this family,Inspector.黛安娜笑了。;我是想杀她,但是我没干。探长,我可以告诉你有关这个家的许多事。 Article/201203/173508

  Something very painful was going on in Harry#39;s mind. As Hagrid#39;s story came to a close, he saw again the blinding flash of green light, more clearly than he had ever remembered it before ; and he remembered something else, for the first time in his life: a high, cold, cruel laugh.有些东西使得哈利心里一阵绞痛。哈格力的故事已经接近尾声,哈利又一次看到那道绿色亮光,这一次比以前任何一次都要清晰。他还记起了一些他从来没有记起的其它事情;;一阵尖利的,阴险的,冷酷的笑声。Hagrid was watching him sadly.海格伤心地看着他。;Took yeh from the ruined house myself, on Dumbledore#39;s orders. Brought yeh ter this lot;;;我按照邓布利多的命令把你从废墟里救出来,并把你送到这个地方;;;;Load of old tosh,; said Uncle Vernon. Harry jumped; he had almost forgotten that the Dursleys were there.;骗人的玩艺。;弗农姨父说。哈利突然跳起来,几乎忘了德思礼一家还在场。Uncle Vernon certainly seemed to have got back his courage. He was glaring at Hagrid and his fists were clenched.弗农姨父很显然已经重拾了他的胆量,他狠狠地瞪着海格,拳头紧紧地握着。;Now, you listen here, boy,; he snarled, ;I accept there#39;s something strange about you, probably nothing a good beating wouldn#39;t have cured ; and as for all this about your parents, well, they were weirdoes, no denying it, and the world#39;s better off without them in my opinion ; asked for all they got, getting mixed up with these wizarding types ; just what I expected, always knew they#39;d come to a sticky end;;;听着,;他开口了,;我承认你的确有些与众不同,就算揍你一顿也改变不了。至于你的父母,你不必否认他们是怪人。在我眼中,没有了他们这世界会更加美好;;他们做过些什么?不过都是些稀奇古怪的事情;;正如我所料,我就知道他们不会有好下场;;;But at that moment, Hagrid leapt from the sofa and drew a battered pink umbrella from inside his coat. Pointing this at Uncle Vernon like a sword, he said, ;I#39;m warning you, Dursley ; I#39;m warning you ; one more word;;In danger of being speared on the end of an umbrella by a bearded giant, Uncle Vernon#39;s courage failed again; he flattened himself against the wall and fell silent.就在那时,海格从沙发上跳了起来,从外衣里掏出了一把粉红色的伞。他把伞像拿剑一样指着弗农姨父说:;我警告你,弗农;;我警告你,你再说一个字的话;;;因为害怕被一个大胡子巨人用伞尖刺穿,弗农姨父靠着墙挺直了身体,一个字都不敢说了。;That#39;s better,; said Hagrid, breathing heavily and sitting back down on the sofa, which this time sagged right down to the floor.;这样最好。;哈格力说。他吸了一口气又重新坐到沙发上去。这回沙发承受不了他的体重,全散了架了。Harry, meanwhile, still had questions to ask, hundreds of them.哈利此时有成千上万个问题要问。;But what happened to Vol-, sorry ; I mean, You-Know-Who?;;最后,我想问,#39;神秘人#39;到底怎么样了?;;Good question, Harry. Disappeared. Vanished. Same night he tried ter kill you. Makes yeh even more famous. That#39;s the biggest myst#39;ry, see; he was gettin#39; more an#39; more powerful ; why#39;d he go?;Some say he died. Codswallop, in my opinion. Dunno if he had enough human left in him to die. Some say he#39;s still out there, bidin#39; his time, like, but I don#39; believe it. People who was on his side came back ter ours. Some of lsquo;em came outta kinda trances. Donrsquo; reckon they could#39;ve done if he was comin#39; back.;问得好,哈利。他消失了,他消失的那天晚上又试图杀你,这使得你更为出名。最大的谜就是;;他变得越来越有威力;;为什么他还要离开呢?;;有的人说他已经死了。在我看来,他才不会像常人那么轻易地死掉。有的人说他还活着,只是藏起来了,我也不相信。原来在他那边的人回到我们这世界来了。;Most of us reckon he#39;s still out there somewhere but lost his powers. Too weak to carry on. lsquo;Cause somethin#39; about you finished him, Harry. There was somethin#39; goin#39; on that night he hadn#39;t counted on ; I dunno what it was, no one does ; but somethin#39; about you stumped him, all right.;他们中的许多人还做了不少好事。可是很难说如果他回来,他们还会不会继续做好人。;;更多人认为他肯定还活着,只不过失去了他的魔力,或者魔力减弱了。因为你身上的某种东西让它们消失的,哈利,那天晚上发生的事情使他没有了魔力;;我不知道是什么,也没有人知道;;但是一定是你做的。;

  

  Legal adviceMarshaller Pormer was a young lawyer.One day a neighbour entered his office, and asked, "What can I do if another man's dog entered my yard and killed one of my chickens?" Mr. Pormer replied ,"That the damage done could be clacked from the owner of the dog." "Well,"said the man,"Since it was your dog, you might pay me the worth of chicken about one dollar, Mr Pormer." Mr. Pormer smiled as he handed the man his the amount named, and said,"Now then,as I have paid all that I owe you,don't you think it's only fair if you set off the matter a little bit you owe me?" "But..." protested the neighbour,"I don't owe you a penny!" "Ah..." smiled Mr pormer, "Don't you? Can you pay me five dollars for the legal advice which I gave you concerning the loss of your chicken?" Article/200904/18080。

  We all have opinions on everything. Some of us have very strong opinions. Others have not-so-strong opinions. And then there are those who say they have no opinion, which I suppose is some kind of opinion. It#39;s interesting how our opinions can be so different. Even on the smallest of things. It#39;s also interesting to see how your opinions change as you get older. My opinions of other people change a lot. You have first impressions of someone ndash; that#39;s your initial opinion. Then, as you get to know them, your opinions of them can change ndash; for better or worse. Whose opinion is right? I suppose it#39;s the person who is strongest. They try to force their opinions on others. It#39;s important to listen to and consider the opinions of other people. Article/201106/141518

  她的刺猬正同另一只刺猬打架,爱丽丝认为这真是用一只刺猬球去打中另一个刺猬球的好机会,可是她的红鹤却跑掉了,爱丽丝看到它正在花园的那边,在徒劳地向树上飞。 The hedgehog was engaged in a fight with another hedgehog, which seemed to Alice an excellent opportunity for croqueting one of them with the other: the only difficulty was, that her flamingo was gone across to the other side of the garden, where Alice could see it trying in a helpless sort of way to fly up into a tree. By the time she had caught the flamingo and brought it back, the fight was over, and both the hedgehogs were out of sight: `but it doesn't matter much,' thought Alice, `as all the arches are gone from this side of the ground.' So she tucked it away under her arm, that it might not escape again, and went back for a little more conversation with her friend. When she got back to the Cheshire Cat, she was surprised to find quite a large crowd collected round it: there was a dispute going on between the executioner, the King, and the Queen, who were all talking at once, while all the rest were quite silent, and looked very uncomfortable. The moment Alice appeared, she was appealed to by all three to settle the question, and they repeated their arguments to her, though, as they all spoke at once, she found it very hard indeed to make out exactly what they said. Article/201103/127580

  10The Lord said to Moses: 2"Make two trumpets of hammered silver, and use them for calling the community together and for having the camps set out. 3When both are sounded, the whole community is to assemble before you at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. 4If only one is sounded, the leaders-the heads of the clans of Israel-are to assemble before you. 5When a trumpet blast is sounded, the tribes camping on the east are to set out. 6At the sounding of a second blast, the camps on the south are to set out. The blast will be the signal for setting out. 7To gather the assembly, blow the trumpets, but not with the same signal. 8"The sons of Aaron, the priests, are to blow the trumpets. This is to be a lasting ordinance for you and the generations to come. 9When you go into battle in your own land against an enemy who is oppressing you, sound a blast on the trumpets. Then you will be remembered by the Lord your God and rescued from your enemies. 10Also at your times of rejoicing-your appointed feasts and New Moon festivals-you are to sound the trumpets over your burnt offerings and fellowship offerings, and they will be a memorial for you before your God. I am the Lord your God." 11On the twentieth day of the second month of the second year, the cloud lifted from above the tabernacle of the Testimony. 12Then the Israelites set out from the Desert of Sinai and traveled from place to place until the cloud came to rest in the Desert of Paran. 13They set out, this first time, at the Lord 's command through Moses. 14The divisions of the camp of Judah went first, under their standard. Nahshon son of Amminadab was in command. 15Nethanel son of Zuar was over the division of the tribe of Issachar, 16and Eliab son of Helon was over the division of the tribe of Zebulun. 17Then the tabernacle was taken down, and the Gershonites and Merarites, who carried it, set out. 18The divisions of the camp of Reuben went next, under their standard. Elizur son of Shedeur was in command. 19Shelumiel son of Zurishaddai was over the division of the tribe of Simeon, 20and Eliasaph son of Deuel was over the division of the tribe of Gad. 21Then the Kohathites set out, carrying the holy things. The tabernacle was to be set up before they arrived. 22The divisions of the camp of Ephraim went next, under their standard. Elishama son of Ammihud was in command. 23Gamaliel son of Pedahzur was over the division of the tribe of Manasseh, 24and Abidan son of Gideoni was over the division of the tribe of Benjamin. 25Finally, as the rear guard for all the units, the divisions of the camp of Dan set out, under their standard. Ahiezer son of Ammishaddai was in command. 26Pagiel son of Ocran was over the division of the tribe of Asher, 27and Ahira son of Enan was over the division of the tribe of Naphtali. 28This was the order of march for the Israelite divisions as they set out. 29Now Moses said to Hobab son of Reuel the Midianite, Moses' father-in-law, "We are setting out for the place about which the Lord said, 'I will give it to you.' Come with us and we will treat you well, for the Lord has promised good things to Israel." 30He answered, "No, I will not go; I am going back to my own land and my own people." 31But Moses said, "Please do not leave us. You know where we should camp in the desert, and you can be our eyes. 32If you come with us, we will share with you whatever good things the Lord gives us." 33So they set out from the mountain of the Lord and traveled for three days. The ark of the covenant of the Lord went before them during those three days to find them a place to rest. 34The cloud of the Lord was over them by day when they set out from the camp. 35Whenever the ark set out, Moses said, "Rise up, O Lord ! May your enemies be scattered; may your foes flee before you." 36Whenever it came to rest, he said, "Return, O Lord , to the countless thousands of Israel." Article/200810/53192

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