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时间:2019年09月19日 16:33:27

四季 Four Seaso --19 :19:5 来源: Four SeasonsThere are four seasons in a year. They are spring、summer、fall and winter.I like spring. It is warm. It often rains. I can plant trees and flowers in spring. The spring is green.Summer is very hot. I can swim in the river.Fall is a good season. It is nice. I can fly kites in fall. I can eat many apples too.Winter is cold. I wish I can play snow and make a snowman in Beijing someday. Because it does not snow in Xinxing.I love all the seasons, because they are nice.

我的未来 My Life in the Future -- :: 来源: Mylifeinthefuturewillbecolorful.I’mgoingtobeagooddoctorafterIgraduatefromtheuniversity.Ibelieve I'll bring my family health and happiness.Inmy spare time,I'll stay with my family.We'll travel a lot and do lots of sports.I'll also as many books as I can.Even if the work is busy,I won't give up studying.I’msuremydreamwillcometruebecauseofmyhardworkandthelifeinthefuturewillbe wonderful.我未来的生活会是丰富多的我大学毕业后会成为一名好医生我相信我会给我的家人带来健康和幸福闲暇之余我会陪伴我的家人我们会到很多地方旅游,做很多运动我也会尽可能多读书即使工作很忙碌我也不会放弃学习我相信通过我的努力梦想一定会成真的,我将来的生活一定会是美好的

好奇的乔治 Curious George 英文剧本 -- ::31 来源: [Upside Down by Jack Johnson playing] Who's to say What's impossible Well, they got This world keeps spinning And with each new day I can feel a change in everything And as the surface breaks, reflections fade But in some ways, they remain the same And as my mind begins to sp its wings There's no stopping curiosity I want to turn the whole thing upside down I'll find the things they say just can't be found I'll share this love I find with everyone We'll sing and dance to Mother Nature's songs I don't want this feeling to go away [Growling] Who's to say I can't do everything Well, I can try And as I roll along I begin to find Things aren't always just what they seem I want to turn the whole thing upside down I'll find the things they say just can't be found I'll share this love I find with everyone We'll sing and dance to Mother Nature's songs This world keeps spinning And there's no time to waste Well, it all keeps spinning, spinning round and round And upside down Who's to say what's impossible and can't be found I don't want this feeling to go away Please don't go away Please don't go away Please don't go away Is this how it's supposed to be Is this how it's supposed to be TED: Now, as I was saying, life was a constant struggle survival. Australopithecus had no time to enjoy himself... because around every corner was danger. BOY 1: Way to go. BOY : Oh, good one. It wasn't until an amazing discovery... that man was able to take time and enjoy life. And why was that? What made Ogg and Grogg's life so much better? A game? No. The Internet? No. A rocket sled? A mountain of chocolate. Star stickers? No. Look. No, no, that wasn't a real question. Peanut butter? That's right. Fire. [Ted exclaiming] Look at that. Impressive, huh? Miss Dunlop, why do we have to come to this boring museum every single week? It's not boring. It's very interesting. This led to hot dinners. Eventually became the microwave. BOY: Three, two, one. Oh! Oh, no. Hot. Fire's hot. Yes. Where was I? Hey, is that a real spear? BOY: Can we play with it? Kids, a museum is a place where we observe. We don't play. This stinks. What else can we do? Yeah, this is boring. MGIE: Children, be polite. Lunchtime! Yeah, lunch. TED: Lunchtime? It's only 9:00 a.m. Buddy system. Stay with your buddies. Oh, well, each kid has a buddy so they can all keep track of each other. Everyone needs a partner, right? Oh, yeah. I'm not following. Well... Lungfish! Excuse me? Next Thursday, I'm going to talk to your class about the lungfish... the closest living relative of the tetrapods. It's pretty great. I look ward to hearing it. You know, I look ward to all your Thursday lectures. I wish today was Thursday. I mean, I know that it's Thursday. Don't worry. I just meant, when it's not, I wish it was. It's not a big deal. Here. I should go catch up to my lungfish. I mean, class. [Whispering] Way to go, Maggie. Way to go. I'll see you next week, Miss Dunlop. Oh, how embarrassing. Ted? Mr. Bloomsberry. Walk with me, Ted. I'm afraid that Ogg and Grogg, all of our friends here... they're just not bringing in the crowds like they used to. What do you mean? It breaks my heart, but I have to sell the museum. We're broke. Broke? Mr. Bloomsberry, the museum can't close! I have no choice, Ted. Museum attendance is down. No one's buying anything from the gift shop. Even the glow-in-the-dark star stickers? Even the glow-in-the-dark star stickers. Man, I love those. I especially love the Milky Way... Wait! What will happen to the museum? Well, I'm glad you asked. Junior? Lt'll be torn down and a parking lot put in its place... with high hourly rates and no daily maximums. Ka-ching! The world doesn't need another parking lot. The world needs a place where kids' brains can grow. Exactly. That's why I'm thinking... they can grow trying to count all the spaces in the new parking lot. Come on. How fun is that? He's not serious, is he? Well... It's time, Father. We're not going to get a better offer. I know. I know. Wait. What if we did something? What if we got an amazing new exhibit? You know, Ted, you need to worry about finding an amazing new job. Well, hold on, Junior. But I was just trying... Oh, great. Ted, if you have an idea, now is the time to speak up. What exhibit? Yes, what exhibit? TED: It's the... Yes? The famous and... Yes. And rare, of course... Yes. Yes. The incredible... Come on. Spit it out. Don't be shy, Ted. Come on. What about the Lost Shrine of Zagawa? Oh, my goodness. I'm sorry. "The lost..." You lost me at, "the lost." It's an ancient idol. Twenty tons of granite... carved by 1,000 craftsmen over a 0 years. I had all the charts y. I was all set to go to Africa when something happened. Slips my mind. Hello, how about the birth of your only son? That would be me. Yes, then I began another adventure, raising Junior. Well, now that that's done, you can finally finish what you've started... which is bringing home... Yeah! The Lost Shrine of Zagawa. You'll put this museum on the map. I'll need a team of men. Oh, at least . It's a four-day hike into the jungle. You go, girl. I mean, sir. We'll be cutting through heavy brush hours a day. Look out. Here comes the Bloomsberry Express! Yes! Yes! Next stop archeological fame and tune! I'm going to discover the Lost Shrine of Zagawa! A little help here. Hey, watch it! I got something. I am really, really old. Can I have the Bloomsberry Express pull into the reality station... and sign here, initial here. Nope, not there. Wait! I guess I could go. Did I just say that? I can't do that. I don't even ride the bus. Maybe they didn't hear me. I'm sorry, sir. You were saying? Excellent idea, Ted. He did hear me. Him? You've got to be kidding me. Ted is not an explorer. He raises a good point. Nonsense. With my maps and my journals, a six-year-old could find the shrine. Thank you, I think. Come on. Let's get you y your big adventure. Now, Ted, the journal won't take you right to the idol. It won't? No, you have to use your instincts. About that, sir, I don't have any. Don't be silly. It'll be fun. Sorry, Ted. But that's as close as you're ever going to get... to the precious Lost Shrine of Zaga-wah-wah-wah... Why does my father like you best? It's not fair. I've got the ponytail. Okay, Ted, the trick is to look like you know what you're doing. Now, where's the door? Yellow? Six dozen yellow suits? Tony, what, are you goofy? We can't sell these things. Hey, me goofy? get about it. The big guy says move them, we move them. Oh, yeah, sure, but what kind of meatball would buy these? [Bell tinkling] Excuse me? I'm here to be professionally outfitted a jungle expedition. [Whispering] Showtime. [Ln an Australian accent] Good day, mate. You've stepped into the right place. Isn't that right, Nigel? I'll say it is, Steve-O. Finally, a real adventurer to suit up. So do you like the color yellow? Yellow? Yeah, what, are you goofy? Yellow's the new khaki. Mate. Really? Well, okay. You've got to be kidding. Look at that get-up. Hello, who are you, the six-foot banana? "The new khaki." Thank you! Thank you very much! I look like an idiot. TED: Edu. Yes, sir? Don't worry the other men, but we're hopelessly lost. Sir, your book is upside down. Oh. Oh, good catch. Carry on. Thank you, sir. MAN 1: Wow. What is it? MAN : That's interesting. Look at this. Beautiful. Look at the color. Edu, do you see this? Yes, it's... Exciting! We are so close. Edu. Mr. Ted. It says here "Zagawa" means enlightenment. I know, sir. I live here. Oh, right. Did you know the statue we're looking is a giant monkey? Yes, sir. I live here. Right again. Oh, a rhino. Sir? Stand aside, men. Mr. Ted. This is a tranquilizer gun. I'm just going to put him to sleep. That's not a rhino. That's a... [Edu exclaiming] Nice shot, Mr. Ted. [Snoring] Oops! Okay, let's break lunch... the next four to six hours... or longer, depending on how much he weighs. I should probably make a sandwich Edu. He'll have quite an appetite and a headache when he wakes up. This is really good. [Chattering] Hey! Oh, a monkey. Hey, there, little guy. Can I have my hat, please? I kind of need my hat. Sun's hot, and I freckle. Not the good kind either. I blotch. So please, my hat. That's the one, all right. [Chattering happily] Hello. Anybody in there? Peekaboo. Peekaboo. Peekaboo. Aboo. Aboo. Well, look at that. A monkey who likes to play peek-a-boo. Hey, this was fun, my little friend, but, sorry, I've got to go. I wonder if Edu's up yet. Hey! Come back here. You can run, but you can't hide. I'll catch up. I am unstoppable. That's right. I can run all night. All day and all night. There's nothing that can stop... Cramp! Cramp. Cramp can stop me. Why the cramp? Extra-bad cramp, too. What? What... [Chattering happily] Okay, I have an idea. We'll trade. Sandwich the hat. On three. One, two, three! [Grunting] Okay. We're not really making any progress here. Okay. Oh, yeah. [Giggling] 191, 19, 193, 19. Not now, monkey. 196, 197, one-ninety-monkey. 199, 0. Okay, "Look two mufuti bushes, and you will find X." There, sir. Mufutis. Good eye, Edu. Here, hold this. There it is. It's awesome. It's spectacular. It's... Gone? What? This can't be it. EDU: Did you find it, sir? It's supposed to be huge. But that isn't huge, okay? That's the opposite of huge. I need the giant monkey. Who knew it was actual size? Wait. This looks like ancient Swatabi. "Turn your eye to the light. "Go from blindness to sight." That's a clue. "Turn your eye to the light." All right, I'm looking directly into the sun. It's very bright. It's starting to sting. Not going to lie to you. Okay, now... Now, it's burning, and it's continuing... Oh, I singed my cornea. Oh, I'm blind. [Exclaiming] Okay, water, HO, just a little liquid refreshment, please. Oh, there it is. Oh, sweet relief. Thank you, Edu. Edu, Edu, Edu. All right, men, let's pick it up. I'll be over here until my vision returns. I traveled ,000 miles a paper weight? What am I going to tell Mr. Bloomsberry? [Cell phone ringing] Bloomsberry? Wow. Strong signal. Hello? Ted, it's me. Have you found it yet? Yeah, I'm looking at it right now. Oh, that's great. Is it gigantic? Well, there is a size issue, sir. I'll send you a photo so you can see yourself. I can't wait. Do you see it, sir? I do. Oh, sir. Are you crying? It's supposed to be 0 feet tall. I'll explain it all when I get back. No need to. I can see it right here. [Dial tone buzzing] I can't believe it. Do you see that, Junior? It's even bigger than I ever imagined! Well, that's impossible. I... I can't believe he... [Sarcastically] Hurray. We're saved. EDU: Mr. Ted, time to go. You know what? Keep the hat. Hey, don't look so sad. It's the new khaki. It's true. Bye. [Car engine starting] [Men chattering] TED: Edu, I can't find the seat belt. Will that be a problem? Not me. Edu, it's okay to use the break. Oh, relax. I want to be where the talk of the town Is about last night when the sun went down Yeah, and the trees all dance And the warm wind blows in the same old sound And the trouble I find is that the trouble finds me I'm beginning to find it begins with a dream And a feeling I get when I look and I see That this world is a puzzle Find all of the pieces And put it all together Then I'll rearrange it I'll follow it ever And maybe Maybe now the water below gives a gift to the sky And the clouds give back every time they cry Make the grass grow green beneath my toes And if the sun comes out Gonna paint a picture all about The colors I've been dreaming of TED: Mr. Bloomsberry... I would just like to say in my defense that... Sir, when we set out... on certain adventures in life... sometimes... Sometimes, they don't quite go as planned. I'm extra sorry. Oh, boy. Maybe I could just work on this ship... be a deckhand or a chef. I'm so glad I upgraded. Oh, the knee! There's the ehead! Knee-ehead combo. [Groaning] [Chattering happily] No, no, no, not the honey-roasted goodness. [Thudding] And there's the head again. [Ship horn blowing] Hey, it's a monkey with a hat! I'll just go ahead and put that under "Miscellaneous." [People Watching by Jack Johnson playing] Well, I'm just people watching The other people watching me CABBY 1: Where you going, Yellow? TED: Bloomsberry Museum, please. You know, I'll give you $ extra if you'll stop calling me Yellow. You got it, Sunshine. There really ain't no use in stopping What nobody never told me not to do So I'll keep people watching Watching me now Finding my way back to you CABBY : crying out loud, lady, there's no screaming in cabs. We're all as lonely as we wanted to be MAN: Hey, yo, over here. Just as lonely as we wanted to be [Gasping] Wait! What does that say? "The Lost Shrine of Zagawa"? "Gigantic"? Oh, that's not right at all. "The shrine is 0 feet tall"? I know. That bad boy's a monster. I can't wait to see it. I'm taking the whole family. Yeah, well, I hope you get seats up front. CABBY 3: Yo! Over here! [Man gasping] [Dogs yelping] CABBY : Puppies! No, watch the claws. Watch the claws. Yeah, sure, I've seen everything in this town. Oh, yeah, monkey? Seen it. [Truck horn blaring] I'm as lonely as I wanted to be We're as lonely as we wanted to be [Horns blaring] We're as lonely as we wanted to be CABBY 1: Construction. Of all the luck... You know what? Sir, I'll just get out right here. Right, this will work. I'm just going to go home, call Mr. Bloomsberry... and explain everything, right? Sure. Whatever. $.50, pal. [Horn blaring] Sorry. Okay, I'm moving. MAN: Watch out! Hey, what, you couldn't see me? Right. [Woman screaming] Hey, there, lvan. [Grunting] Good talk. Take care. [Sighing] Home. Okay, I just need two seconds of quiet. [Phone ringing] All right, I didn't mean literally. Hello? Ted! Hi, Mr. Bloomsberry. I just walked in the door. Well, get down here. All the news reporters are here. I've arranged a press conference just you. You're the hero of the moment. Oh, have you seen the surprise? Surprise, sir? Look out your front window. My window? Yes, yes, take a looksy. Okay. You're really going to like it. Well, what do you think? [Chuckling] Speechless. I knew you'd love it. Ted, you deserved it. I don't know what I would have done. You single-handedly saved the museum. Mr. Bloomsberry, I have to tell you something. Yes, I'm all ears. It's about... Yes, what? My hat? Sure, wear your hat. Wear your best suit. Just get down here. There can't be two hats like that. [Sniffing] Pet? Pet. My hat? My yellow hat? No, no, no, this can't be the same hat. It's the same hat. And the same monkey. Wait! You followed me all the way from Africa... [Chattering] To play peekaboo. [Elevator dinging] No. No again. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Hold the phone. No, no, no, I don't want to play peekaboo. [Knocking on door] Open up, -B. I know you're in there. Open up! Lvan don't like to wait! What? Oh, no. Monkey. Monkey. Come on, open the door! Where are you? Oh, hi. Ivan! I'm smelling pet. Pet? No. No, no pet here. Can't have a pet. Wait. Isn't there a no-pet policy? Yes. Hey, you can't just barge in here. Apparently you can. Pet is close. [Exclaiming] What? Nothing. Just practicing when I find pet. [Whispering] Monkey. Monkey, no. Down. Down. Down. No, no, no! Why you yell when I'm right next to you? No reason. [Bottles tinkling] [Exclaiming] What? Milk is sour. Don't drink. Bingo! Now, move, please. New game. New game. Hide-and-seek. Okay, stay right there. Good monkey. [Crashing] Did you hear something? No. [Rattling] How about that? Nope. [Toilet flushing] If you're asking, I didn't hear that either. Move self. Oh, that. I unroll it ahead of time. Helps when you're in a rush. Where the pet? Where the... Can't find pet nowhere. Very strange. Nose does not lie. Well, that was fun. Next time we'll have to do it at your place, okay, lvan? [Miss Plushbottom singing] Miss Plushbottom. Oh, no. That's trouble. Monkey! Oh, Mr. Monkey. If I find pet, you are ewicted. E-what-ed? Evicted! Good to know. Oh, no. Oh, that's a big drop, Ted. Don't look down. Rickety's okay. Just as long as there's no wind. Oh, sweet mother of science! Cramp. Cramp again. Cramp. Cramp. Darn that cramp. MISS PLUSHBOTTOM: No, no, no, no. No, these are not the colors I wanted. I told you to match them to the City Opera. [Singing a note] MAN: They are the same colors, Miss Plushbottom. They may look like it... but do they sing to me? You are fired Hey, she fired us in song. It still hurts. And now, I must have a soak. [Operatic music playing] Okay, fellows, last stop. Everybody off. No, paint? You've got to be kidding me. Who leaves eight open cans of paint lying around? [Screaming] Of course he went in there. Oh, boy. [Whispering] Monkey. Monkey. Over here. Come, monkey. Come on. Monkey, peekaboo. Peekaboo. Monkey! [Chattering loudly] No, no, no, no, quiet. What's that? Do yourself a favor. You're going to want to put the cucumbers back on. Ivan! I knew it! You are red-handed with pet! And while we're on the subject... I think you have a serious pest problem in this building, lvan. I mean, don't you spray jungle animals every spring? I specifically remember such language in my lease. [Whispering] Let go. Not helping. Look at my walls! And you! Moi? You hired a monkey to paint your apartment. How do you sleep at night? He is your monkey! Now what do you say? Come on. That could be any guy in a yellow suit... silk-starched collar, black spotted tie. Ivan! [Shouting] Well, that was fun. Bye-bye. Sorry. My fault. Lovely apartment. Could we borrow your window? Got to go. You are no more -B! You are kicked from building. Just to be clear, though, the monkey's kicked? Not me? Get out! Foot caught. What am I going to do with you? Come on. We're almost at the museum. Act natural. Try to blend in. [People Watching by Jack Johnson playing] We're all people watching Come on. The other people watching we Nobody told me what to do I can't stop breaking all the rules And I'm just people watching Oh, that tickles. He's grooming me. Everyone's doing it. They're getting small monkeys and... Hi. Never mind. So cute. [Ted groaning] I got all about them. Quick, monkey, this way. Okay. Oh, no. What have they done? These are cheesy, ridiculous. Okay, that's kind of fun. REPORTER: How much longer is this going to take? Let's all be patient, please. Ted will be more than happy to answer all your questions regarding the giant idol. Yes, but where is he? Oh, boy. I just spoke to Ted. He's on his way. Run, monkey. Run. Quick, in here. What am I going to do? This is beyond bad. Hey, monkey. Quiet. Monkey. I said, quiet! Well, we gave it a shot, didn't we? I mean, huge monkey statues, they come and go... but parking lots are ever. TED: Excuse me. Would you please... Oh, look who's back. Would you stop that? I have to concentrate. And he's wearing a yellow suit. What, is he officially the golden child now? Monkey, put that down. No. Oh, I've got problems. Oh, do I have problems. Glorious day, Ted has problems. What am I going to do? What can I do? There's no way around it. I have to tell Mr. Bloomsberry the truth. The horrible... Horrible? ...awful... Awful? ...devastatingly crushing truth. Devastatingly crushing? His enormous idol looks like it came out of a cereal box. Wow, that must be a huge box of cereal, or... It's only three inches tall. Yes! This is great. What a great day parking lots. Oh, my body. Hey, a dollar. Yeah, it spins. Fun, huh? [Knocking at door] CLOVIS: Ted? Hello? Oh, there you are? What's with that? Clovis, I can explain. I should hope so because that is a lot of yellow one man. You see, it's... I thought you were color blind. I can see that. Oh, bee I get, here's a bill my services. $,000? What's this ? The exhibition stage the Lost Shrine of Zagawa. Mr. Bloomsberry? Watch this. MAN: Behold the Eighth Wonder of the World! [Mr. Bloomsberry laughing] Clovis whipped it up. Doesn't it take your breath away? More than you know. Okay, let's get down to business. Where's the shrine? What's that? MAN: Behold the Eighth Wonder of the World! But, Ted, that can't be the idol. I don't understand. We saw the picture. The statue is huge. I'm sorry, sir, but it is. I've been trying to tell you, this is this. Oh, Ted, what are we going to do? Okay, here he is, everybody. Right this way. The man of the hour. Our hero. No pushing. We'll all get a chance. Hey, Ted, they can't wait you to tell them... about the massively gigantic, huge, enormous idol. Don't be shy. Right up there. Come on. Now's not the time butterflies, Ted. Speak right into the mike. You're good? You checked that that's working, right? Louder. Any questions? Over here. Can you tell how old it is? JUNIOR: Sounded like "old," but what she said was "big." How big is it? TED: You know, I'm not sure about that. Could you tell us, was it difficult finding a boat big enough to bring the idol back? No. No, didn't have a problem on the boat thing. It... Yeah, it fit nicely. MAN: Excuse me. What was your first reaction when you saw the idol? I was emotional. Teared up pretty much instantly. Guy, guys, guys, let's focus here. We're here about the idol. So, Ted, where is the idol now? Yes, yes, yes, where is the idol? It's... It's close. It's... It's very close. JUNIOR: What else we got? Come on, guys. Fire away. Keep them coming. Excuse me. Rumor has it the idol has magical powers. Is that true? Well, that all depends. Yeah, good one. Now, ask him where it is. Was it difficult to find? WOMAN: Is it made of solid gold? And how big is the idol? Are you going to write a book? What about a movie deal? Oh, no, that's not a good idea. It's not? Why? Not the Apatosaurus merly known as the brontosaurus. I'm sorry. No, don't! This is very common when you come back from the jungle. Bad idea! Monkey! Monkey, no! JUNIOR: Can we please get back to questions... regarding when we will actually see the idol? No, no, no! Monkey! No, no, no! You can't leave. Ted! Please, no! Ted, bee you leave, please... No! Ted, where is the idol? Okay, careful. Careful, that's the linch pin to the whole left leg. Oh, no! Wow, I didn't see that coming. Oh, Ted, we're doomed. What's a monkey doing here? I guess we should just take a picture. Quick, get a picture. Well, seriously, Ted, can't say you didn't try. I mean, you did bring back a monkey, just not one anyone cared about. Okay, bye-bye. Hold on! You're locking me out? Cabs are right behind you. Perfect. Oh, no. No, no, no. No. No, you don't. No. This is not going to work. Here it is, "Animal Control." This better work. WOMAN: Hello, Animal Control. How can I help you? Yes, could you send someone over to the Bloomsberry Museum right away? We have a very dangerous monkey. Describe dangerous, sir. Oh, he's frothing at the mouth. He's got teeth like Ginsu knives and crazy eyes. He's a killer. Listen to this. [Lmitating a monkey] Put that child down! Oh, the horror! I can't watch! Sir, we just closed, but I can leave a message. What am I supposed to do with this monkey? I'm sure I don't know. Thank you calling the Animal Control hotline. [Dial tone buzzing] Hello? You, down. Okay, listen. I'm only watching you... until tomorrow, when Animal... Don't do that. Okay, maybe you're right. It's late. It's been a long day. I'm all out of ideas. What do you got? Oh, this is great. This is a great idea. I'm so comtable here. What are we lying on here? Is this goose down? It's so comfy. No, this is a concrete park bench. That's what it is. Did I mention that it's a cold concrete bench? Very cold. [Thunder clapping] Hey, shake all you want, monkey. There's no bananas in there. But if you find a 0 foot idol, let me know. Eighth wonder of the world. Right. What a nightmare. Oh, no. No, no, no, don't look so satisfied with yourself. The whole reason we're sleeping out here is because of you. Yeah, I could be in my nice, warm bed right now... showered, teeth brushed... instead of sleeping out in the cold with a monkey... under the stars. Wow. Those glow-in-the-dark star stickers have nothing on this. That? That's a firefly. Good grab. Nice. Yep, they're still in there. Bright, huh? They're bioluminescent. Did you know that fireflies glow to remind us that they taste bitter. It's a defense mechanism. [Fireflies buzzing] Yeah. See? I told you. Oh, no. No, no, no. No, thanks. I'm good. Yep, you know, there's no way I'm going to eat that bug. So quit trying... Oh, wow. Yeah, that tastes bad, definitely bitter. Okay. Oh, listen to this. I've got a good one you. What's the difference between Neanderthal man and Cro-Magnon man? Linguistic competence and polychromatic cave paintings. Get it? Hello? You're missing the punch line. You see, it's the difference between the two... It's always a winner. [Snoring] I need some fresh museum- related material. People depend on me those jokes. [Ted yawning] [Children chattering] No, no, those are dinosaur bones. You can't park there. There's no parking here. That's my office! Oh, just a bad dream. Oh, boy. Monkey? Monkey? Where are you? BOY 1: A monkey flew! Oh, no. Run! Run! BOY : A monkey! A monkey! Wait. It's a zoo. A zoo is full of monkeys. Who's to say it's mine? BOY 3: The monkey is chasing me! That's mine. [Children screaming] BOY : Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Look at that! Oh, that's cold. Oh, it's so much colder than you think. I suggest never doing that. Ever. Don't ever swim with penguins. Swim with dolphins. Freezing! It's going to be okay. Okay, your turn. There you are. Oh, Ted. Hi. Miss Maggie. Hi. What happened to you? Oh, it didn't rain here? Nope, not here. Wow, now, that's crazy. Freak cloudburst down the street. BOY: Yeah, right. Hey, where you going? The monkey knows that guy? Please tell me you paid those. He thinks he's a banana. So how long have you had a monkey? I don't. I mean, I do. Oh, he's so cute. I really don't. I... Long story. Mr. Ted, what's your monkey's name? Yeah, what's his name? He doesn't have a name. He has to have a name. No, he doesn't. Let' s give him a name. All right! Good idea. Please don't... Elvis. How about Jojo? Fred. Hercules. Bananas. No. Mumble. Skippy. What about Juan Carlos? Okay, you know what? His name's Washington. Man, that's a dumb name. Then call him George. How's that? Happy now? Oh, I like George. It's so cute. Oh, he's so cute. Here, George. Take my balloon. Let's go play. Here, George. Have a red one. Here. Here's a balloon. Oh, you like blue, too? What's the use? Ted, are you okay? It's a long story, but it looks like the museum is going to close. Really? I know how much you love the museum. I do love the museum, Ted. But that's not really why I go there every week. Yeah, I know. Everyone likes the cafeteria food. Gosh, it's good. I've never had the cafeteria food. Really? Really. So you've never had the tuna hash on Thursday? Never. It's really quite something. I'll remember that. There's also a meatless meatloaf on Monday... which is quite special. Quite special. Excuse me, mister. You have to help George. George who? George needs you. Take a message. I'm busy. He has an emergency! The restrooms are behind the penguin habitat. Mister, your monkey's floating away. Look. Seriously, there he is. He's what? He's what? There, look at him. I'm not kidding. Hey, monkey! Don't be afraid. Just keep your head together, and don't look down! You've got to save George. Who, me? Yes, you! Hurry! Okay. Your monkey's going to fall quick! Hurry! Hurry, Ted. Hurry. He's floating away. I'm commandeering these balloons. Hey! Hey, where are you going? I need that. Thank you, young fellow. Can I borrow these? You're going to need a lot of balloons. Here I go! Boy, glad that's over. [Lions growling] Pay you back. Thank you. You don't mind, do you? Official zoo business. Oh, my! Okay. Wait me, monkey! Excuse me. I'm sorry. I'm trying to fly. More altitude. Sorry, I need this kite. How do you steer these things? Hang on, little fellow. I'm coming. MAN 1: Hey, look at that! MAN : It's some super-hero. MAN: There's a high fly ball deep in left-center field. We're going to win! We lost. And the curse continues. Monkey! Monkey! Watch out! Monkey! No! Watch out! George! Whoa! Got you. [Panting] Wow. You're safe now, George. I've got you. It's all right. It's okay. It's okay, George. George. I like that name. It suits you. This is how it's supposed to be Hey, actually, this isn't too bad. I can't believe I'm doing this. This is awesome. I want to be where the water below gives a gift to the sky And the clouds give back every time they cry And make the grass grow green Beneath my toes And if the sun comes out I'll paint a picture all about The colors I've been dreaming of The hours just don't seem enough To put it all together Maybe it's as strange as it seems And the trouble I find is that the trouble finds me Hey, down there! Hi! It begins with a dream And a feeling I get when I look and I see That this world is a puzzle Find all of the pieces And put it all together And then I'll rearrange it I'll follow it ever And maybe it's as strange as it seems Look, George. There's the museum. Can you believe all those people down there are waiting to see this? Hey! Here it is! Here's the giant idol, everybody! If only it was that big. Yeah, that's it, Ted. Just make it bigger. No problem. Wait. I can't make it bigger, but I know who can. George, now, hand me that pink balloon, and hang on! That's close enough. [George whooping] Let's see. Not too round. Well, this one's not round enough. Yes, perfect! [Ted groaning] Huh? Oh, I predicted this. Balloon travel finally coming back into fashion. Clovis, I've got a problem. Wait, just a minute. Are you returning him? What? Because I have a strict no-return policy... on any robotic animals I create, unless, of course, you have a receipt. What? No. Clovis, calm down. This is George. He's a real monkey. Are you sure? Yes. I found him in the jungle. Actually, he found me. [Barking] Well, then, George, meet Sparky. Sparky, George. Clovis, I really need your help. You do? Here's my problem. I see. Oh, you're just missing the chain. I think I have an extra one right over... No, this is the idol. Ted, I'm not one to judge... but haven't you exaggerated its size just a wee bit? Thanks, Frosty. What is that? Nothing. Should I be concerned? No. Not if you're behind that wall. Fire in the hole! George, look out! Is that popcorn? I call it boom-corn. It's really big sleepovers with a lot of kids. Not quite right. Soaky, when you're done, could you... Thank you. All right, let's see what we can do with that keychain. Idol. Idol. Right. Yes. [The Sharing Song by Jack Johnson playing] It's always more fun To share with everyone It's always more fun To share with everyone If you have one Here is something you can learn You can still share Just by taking turns CLOVIS: Here's an idea. I can make it into a snow globe, a rain globe, or... Is that a real tornado? Fun, huh? Clovis, focus. Focus. Bigger. Got you. Hey, how about something around that size? Would that work you? [George giggling] [Sparky barking] What do you mean George made it? George, is that true? Don't get mad at him. Mad? No. I think he may have the answer to your problem. Good work, George. Clovis, I need to borrow your truck. My truck? Thanks, Clove. [Barking] Be careful! What? [Barking] You left your squeaky toy in the back of the truck? Come on. This is taking too long. Oh, no! What's going on? When is this museum gonna start? There are people lined up all around the block! I don't understand, Junior. I thought I told you to cancel the exhibit. Me? No, Father, please. I don't think so. Look, I would have done it. You know, Father, I'm afraid this has the stink of Ted all over it. Take a whiff with me. [Phone ringing] Yeah. Hello? Mr. Bloomsberry? Ted here. Ted? How dare... Hang up, Father. No, no. No, sir, don't hang up. No. Ted, I can't talk. Please, no. I know. This is really not a good time. I have the solution. Solution? I'm sorry. Did he say, "solution"? TED: The exhibit can open as planned. How is that possible? Well, I'll explain it when I see you. All you need to know is, the eagle has landed. The what? JUNIOR: Did he say, "beagle"? No, I said, "The eagle has landed." Eagle? What about the idol? Ask him about the idol. No, the idol would be the eagle. Ted, start over. It's not a big deal. I'll be there in minutes. Okay, fine. Hurry. [Jungle Gym by Jack Johnson playing] The city is my jungle gym Look at this big great world That we're living in There's lots of fun to be had on these streets We can take a ride just you and me It's a jungle gym TED: Would you get out of the way? Man on a mission here. Trolley cars and buses, too All the big kids going to school I'm going to get a treat from the ice cream man I'm seeing multiple violations of rules of the road! Multiple violations! The city's nitty gritty But it's so much fun Oh, yeah. A 0 foot monkey causing unintentional widesp panic? Seen it. Sha la la la la la la la la la Sha la la la la la la la la la Traffic is crazy. I'm going to get off Broadway and try Sixth. It's a funky beat The more I've learned inside the city Hey, there are lines painted on the street a reason! [Horn blaring] Oh, yeah? Well, that's not physically possible me to do! So there. George, take that license-plate number down, quickly. The city's nitty-gritty George, what are you thinking? Tighten your seat belt. Every nutcase in the city is on the road today. Wow, Junior is right. There is a parking problem in this city. Mr. Bloomsberry! Mr. Bloomsberry! Oh, no. Oh, no, no, no, no. That's it. Get that little jungle thing out of here bee he destroys something else. Hold on, there, Son. Ted, what is this contraption? Stand back, everyone, and prepare to be amazed. Oh, yeah. This ought to be good. Here, George. Let's show them. Small idol. Big idol. Isn't that thing awesome? What is it? I see. Daddy, I'm scared. Interesting. I don't like it. We optically enlarge the statue. Yes, I suppose this might work. Yes, this will definitely work. Well, sir, the credit really should go to George. He gave me the idea as we were floating over the city. Floating? You know what? I'll tell you about it some other time. JUNIOR: Excuse me. Hi. Voice of reason. Like to introduce myself. Hello. Are we so desperate that we'll lie to our public? Nonsense. We promised the people something awe-inspiring... and we're giving it to them, thanks to Ted and George. I knew you wouldn't let me down. Well, sir, I've got to tell you, I came pretty close. No. No, Ted, I am so proud of you. You're like the son I never had. Father, I'm your son, remember? Yes, but I had you. Ted, this is amazing. Yes, of course. What was I thinking? TED: Are you seeing what I'm seeing? Isn't that cool? Can you believe it? Hey, monkey. Monkey want a sip? Go on. Take it. Yummy. Creamy. Yes. Good. Drink it. Say, I guess the world didn't need another parking lot after all. Hey, you did it. Another great Ted moment. Thank you. We've got nobody to thank but you. George, what did you do? Oh, Ted, I warned you about that monkey. You don't give a monkey a latte. And now he's gone and destroyed the last chance we had... of saving my father's museum. It's my father's only museum. What have you done, Ted? What have you done? He's right, Ted. We've just been fooling ourselves. It's over. Agreed. But, sir, I still think we could... Ted, I said, it's over. It's okay, Father. It's okay. I'm here. Your son. Your real son. Junior, not Ted. Yes, Father, you'll be fine. No, George. You just stay here, okay? I have to do this. [Clamoring] Excuse me. I'm... I'm sorry, everybody. The museum's closed. ALL: What? But how long? ever. But I want to see the giant idol. There never was one. It was all a big mistake. WOMAN: We've been waiting hours. GIRL: This is terrible. MAN: What a rip-off. I'm so sorry. [Children chattering] I have to go. I'll be back. I promise. It's too late to cheer me up. You think life's just nonstop fun and games, don't you? Well, it's not, George. At least, not me. George, please just leave me alone. You're better off without me. This is not good, you and me. You belong in the jungle. I belong somewhere without a monkey. I don't want... I can't have you in my life. Please, just go. Do you understand? [Chattering happily] No. Look, monkey, don't follow me. Get away. MAN: Got him! Easy. Easy. Get the cage y. Careful. He's dangerous. Hey, hey, not so rough. Stand back, sir. I know he looks cute... but this one's supposed to have teeth like Ginsu knives. Yeah, that's right. This matches the description. Hey, he's getting away. All right, all right, I got him. I got him. Guys. Guys, could you just take him? Careful. Watch his teeth. Please. And don't hurt him. Relax, little fellow. Back to Africa with you. [George crying] It's the best, Ted. It's the best. [Wrong Turn by Jack Johnson playing] And I'll wait here a while Just long enough to be MAN: All right, come on. Take it away. Didn't make a wrong turn And I'll wait long enough maybe an hour or two Bee I decide It wasn't me, it was you Peekaboo. Peekaboo. Aboo. Aboo. Peek-a-boo. Peek-a-boo. George. He loved peek-a-boo. You think he saw us? [Broken by Jack Johnson playing] With everything ahead of us We left everything behind Everything we needed and right at this time And now the feeling that I'm feeling, well It's feeling like my life is finally mine Man, what a ride. Hey! That's mine! Mom! If I had a minute every hour that I wasted I'd be rich in time I'd be doing fine Without you I was broken Monkey. Monkey. Over here. But I'd rather be broke down Come, monkey. Come on. With you by my side Here, monkey. He loved the primary colors. Hey! No, no, no, no! That's fresh paint! That's fresh paint, sir! No, no, no, no! Come on. Yeah. Quitting time. [George chattering] George? How'd you get out? George? So that's why traffic was so bad. Oh, George. Here, give me that! Those were some good times. We had some fun, didn't we? WOMAN: Thank you. Without you I was broken But I'd rather be broke down with you by my side Sir, I'm only passing out flyers, not hugs. Ted, I've been looking you. Is everything okay? That's what I was thinking. Yeah, sure. Why? Why? Well, you are hugging a man dressed in a monkey costume. Kind of tight, I might add. And good luck with that, Phil. Great to see you again. Yeah, you, too. Remember, the sale ends Thursday. So after they took him away, I've been wandering the streets... and you saw me hugging a man in a monkey outfit. That pretty much catches you up. I can't believe George is gone, and it's all my fault. Yes, it is. What? Ted, do you want me to tell you what you want to hear... or do you want to hear what you should hear... which I'll tell you, and not just what you think you want to hear? Run that by me one more time. George is gone, and I'm afraid it's your fault he's gone. So the question is, what are you going to do about it? You're right. It is my fault. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a date with a monkey. You know that I don't have a date with a monkey. It was just my way of saying that I'm going after George. Ted. Right. Bye. [Ship horn blowing] Oh, no! I'm too late. Or am I? Luckily, movies have taught me exactly what to do in this situation. Kids, don't try this at home. Here we go. What am I doing? This isn't a movie. It's real! This is odd. You guys are a little dressed up a cargo ship to Africa, don't you think? [Ship horn blowing] Oops. Excuse me. I'm coming you! George! George! [Muffled] George. George. George! Where are you? George, are you here? I think you're here. George? [George chattering] George! There you are! Stand back, buddy! George, give me a hug, you little fur ball! There. You're all right. Oh, I'm so sorry. I don't know how I let them take you away. I mean, I do. This was so important to me, but somehow it just doesn't matter anymore. What matters is you and me, buddy, our buddyship. Now we can do all the monkey things we've always wanted to do. I'll get an organ and grind, and you can dance money. Or I can dance money. Who knows? We'll figure it out. We can take turns. George, do you mind? I'm expressing some feelings here. It's kind of hard, okay? Now, where was I? Right, who's going to dance. Oh, no, no. Adventure! You brought adventure to my life. And now, you know, that's all that matters. Wait. Where's that coming from? It's a pictogram. George, it's the map! We had it all along. Of course. "Turn your eye to the light. Go from blindness to sight." I was supposed to hold the statue up to the sun. Pack your things, George. We're off to Africa on the very next ship. [Ship horn blowing] Wait a minute. We're aly on a ship to Africa. Man, what a time saver. Okay, Edu. I got it. That's it! You did it, George! Give me five! That's close enough. Well done, Mr. Ted. This way, men! Follow me. Right away. The guy in yellow. Let's go. Here I am. Please, valet at your service. We've been waiting. Sorry. The nearest parking lot is five blocks away. I know. I own that parking lot. That's where the real money is. I know. [Sobbing] MAN: Behold the Eighth Wonder of the World! The Lost Shrine of Zagawa! Okay, now that, I haven't seen. But now I've seen it. WOMAN: Way to go, Mr. Ted! As I stand in front of the Lost Idol of Zagawa... I just have one important thing to say. Anyone can memorize facts and figures. The real way to learn anything is to go out and experience it... and let your curiosity lead you. MGIE: Oh, George. Hi. BOY: Hey, it's George. So who's y to learn? GIRL: Wow, it's beautiful. Remarkable. I've never seen anything like it. It's gorgeous. TED: Come on. This way. Don't be shy. MISS PLUSHBOTTOM: Oh, this is so exhilarating. You know, Timmy, I have an original George in my penthouse. Wow, that looks just like... Ivan! Wait. Ted! Ted! Over here. There you are, -B. Boy, you're light on your feet a big man. I must admit, your monkey shows real talent. Quite the artist. So I am taking back kickinging you from building. Oh, that's great, lvan. No hard feelings. Oh, Georgie, you're just so cute. I think he likes me. Right over there. Thanks, Mr. Bloomsberry. I parked all the cars, Father. Good job, Son. Really? A good job. Oh, Father. Oh, Father. Hug time. There, there, my boy. Hug your son. It's okay. It's okay. Tighter. Yes. Daddy's here. Hold me. WOMAN: Good job, sweetheart. Wow, George. You are so fast! What is that? I'm not one to brag, but I call it The Magnificator. That's so cool. Say, have you seen Sparky? I found a rib bone. I found a femur. I found... Sparky. And I am happy to say that because of Ted... Sir, George, don't get George. And George, of course. We are not going anywhere. The Bloomsberry Museum is here to stay. All right, all right, last question. Ted, where will you and George go your next adventure? The Arctic? South America? Egypt? You know, you don't need to go around the world a great adventure... I have a lot of things to catch up on right here. Really? Really. Mister, George is... I know, he's cute. Lovable. Very cute. Very lovable. Yeah, well, he's also in that rocket. It's okay. There's no fuel in it. [Rumbling] Clovis, you didn't put fuel in that rocket, did you? Maybe. Oh, no. I see a rocket with empty fuel tanks... what am I supposed to do? George, wait! MAN: Bye. CLOVIS: See you, Ted. GIRL: Look at all the smoke. CLOVIS: No hard feelings, huh? Careful, Ted! Hurry back! Okay, but once around the Earth and then straight home. Do you hear me? Okay? I've got plans tonight. Gosh. No, no, no, George, I'm not letting you drive. Just sit back and... No, George. Don't push that button. I don't know what it does. George, don't... Hold on, George! Oh, boy! That is a surge of adrenaline. I'm going to sleep good tonight. 好奇 乔治 Curious

My Teacher-我的老师 --19 ::5 来源:   My favourite teacher is Miss Huang. She is a beautiful lady. She has two big eyes, a high nose and a little red mouth. There is always a smile on her face.  Miss Huang likes singing and collecting posters. She is good at playing the piano. In the evening, she always sits in front of the piano and plays nice music. She is good at dancing, too. Sometimes she teaches us dancing.   Miss Huang likes dogs very much because the dog is very friendly and cute. Her favourite color is blue. Because blue is the color of the sky and the sea.  This is my favourite teacher. Our classmates all like her very much. 译文:  我最喜欢的老师是黄老师她是一位漂亮的女性她有两只大大的眼睛,一个高高的鼻子和一张小小的红唇她的脸上总带着笑容  黄老师喜欢唱歌和收集海报她钢琴弹得很好晚上,她常常坐在钢琴前弹奏优美的乐曲黄老师跳舞也很棒有时她也会教我们跳舞  黄老师非常喜欢,因为很友好也很可爱黄老师最喜欢的颜色是蓝色,因为蓝色是天空和海的颜色  这就是我喜欢的老师我们班的同学都非常喜欢她

i like the merry-go-round我爱旋转木马 --01 18:18:58 来源: Among all the amusement devices,i like the merry-go-round best.On saturday,my dad took me to the amusement park.The merry-go-round waved at me,a red pony smiled with the music,i rode on a white pony.I felt i was flying like a bird.所有的游乐设施中,我最喜欢的是旋转木马星期六,爸爸带我去了游乐场旋转木马朝我挥挥手,一匹红色的小马听着音乐朝我笑,我骑上了一匹白色小马我觉得我就想一只小鸟一样飞着

樱花的英文介绍 -- ::5 来源: 樱花的英文介绍经过阵阵春雨的洗礼,迎来了阳光明媚的四月,气温逐渐回升,百花盛开此时,正是樱花盛放的时节,驴友们在飘舞的妩媚樱花下,把酒而坐,三五个知己,一坛好酒,真是人生一大盛事!樱花土生土长与一些东亚国家,如韩国,日本,中国日本的樱花品种就多达0多种樱花可以用cherry blossom或者Oriental cherry这个词,也可以用sakurasakura取自日本樱花的音译,听起来更加浪漫和诗意Flower viewing 赏樱花"Hanami" is the Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the beauty of flowers, "flower" in this case almost always meaning cherry blossoms or ume blossoms. From the end of March to early May, sakura bloom all over Japan. The blossom ecast ( sakurazensen, literally cherry blossom front) is announced each year by the weather bureau, and is watched carefully by those planning hanami as the blossoms only last a week or two. In modern-day Japan, hanami mostly consists of having an outdoor party beneath the sakura during daytime or at night. Hanami at night is called yozakura (literally night sakura). In many places such as Ueno Park temporary paper lanterns are hung the purpose of yozakura.A more ancient m of hanami also exists in Japan, which is enjoying the plum blossoms instead. This kind of hanami is popular among older people, because they are more calm than the sakura parties, which usually involve younger people and can sometimes be very crowded and noisy.History樱花的历史The practice of hanami is many centuries old. The custom is said to have started during the Nara Period (7–79) when it was ume blossoms that people admired in the beginning. But by the Heian Period (79–85), sakura came to attract more attention and hanami was synonymous with sakura. From then on, in tanka and haiku, "flowers" meant "sakura."Hanami was first used as a term analogous to cherry blossom viewing in the Heian era novel Tale of Genji. Whilst a wisteria viewing party was also described, from this point on the terms "hanami" and "flower party" were only used to describe cherry blossom viewing.Sakura originally was used to divine that year's harvest as well as announce the rice-planting season. People believed in kami inside the trees and made offerings. Afterwards, they partook of the offering with sake.Emperor Saga of the Heian Period adopted this practice, and held flower-viewing parties with sake and feasts underneath the blossoming boughs of sakura trees in the Imperial Court in Kyoto. Poems would be written praising the delicate flowers, which were seen as a metaphor life itself, luminous and beautiful yet fleeting and ephemeral. This was said to be the origin of hanami in Japan.The custom was originally limited to the elite of the Imperial Court, but soon sp to samurai society and, by the Edo period, to the common people as well. Tokugawa Yoshimune planted areas of cherry blossom trees to encourage this. Under the sakura trees, people had lunch and drank sake in cheerful feasts.Today, the Japanese people continue the tradition of hanami, gathering in great numbers wherever the flowering trees are found. Thousands of people fill the parks to hold feasts under the flowering trees, and sometimes these parties go on until late at night. In more than half of Japan, the cherry blossoming period coincides with the beginning of the school and fiscal years, and so welcoming parties are often opened with hanami. The Japanese people continue the tradition of hanami by taking part in the processional walks through the parks. This is a m of retreat contemplating and renewing their spirits.The teasing proverb dumplings rather than flowers hints at the real priorities most cherry blossom viewers, meaning that people are more interested in the food and drinks accompanying a hanami party than actually viewing the flowers themselves. (A punning variation, Boys Over Flowers is the title of a manga and anime series.)Dead bodies are buried under the cherry trees! is a popular saying about hanami, after the opening sentence of the 195 short story "Under the Cherry Trees" by Motojirō Kajii. Emperor Saga (786-8) of the Heian Period adopted this custom, and celebrated parties to view the flowers with sake and feasts under the blossoming branches of sakura trees in the Imperial Court in Kyoto. This was said to be the origin of hanami in Japan. Poems were written praising the delicate flowers, which were seen as a metaphor life itself; beautiful, but lasting a very short time. This "temporary" view of life is very popular in Japanese culture and is usually considered as an admirable m of existence; example, in the samurai's principle of life ending when it's still beautiful and strong, instead of slowly getting old and weak. The Heian era poets used to write poems about how much easier things would be in spring without the sakura blossoms, because their existence reminded us that life is very short: If there were no cherry blossoms in this world How much more tranquil our hearts would be in spring.’’Ariwara no Narihira (85 - 880)Hanami was used as a term that meant "cherry blossom viewing" the first time in the Heian era novel Tale of Genji ("Under the Cherry Blossoms"). From then on, in tanka and in haiku poetry, "flowers" meant "sakura", and the terms "hanami" and "flower party" were only used to mean sakura blossom viewing. At the beginning, the custom was followed only by the Imperial Court, but the samurai nobility also began celebrating it during the Azuchi-Momoyama Period (68–00). In those years, Toyotomi Hideyoshi gave great hanami parties in Yoshino and Daigo, and the festivity became very popular through all the Japanese society. Shortly after that, farmers began their own custom of climbing nearby mountains in the springtime and having lunch under the blooming cherry trees. This practice, called then as the "spring mountain trip", combined itself with that of the nobles' to m the urban culture of hanami. By the Edo Period (00–1867), all the common people took part in the celebrations, in part because Tokugawa Yoshimune(徳川 吉宗, November 7, 8 - July , 51, the eighth shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan, ruling from until his abdication in 5.) planted areas of cherry blossom trees to encourage this. Under the sakura trees, people had lunch and drank sake in cheerful feasts. The blossom ecast is announced each year by the Japan Meteorological Agency, and is watched with attention by those who plan to celebrate hanami because the blossoms last very little time, usually no more than two weeks. The first cherry blossoms happen in the subtropical southern islands of Okinawa, while on the northern island of Hokkaido, they bloom much later. In most large cities like Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka, the cherry blossom season normally takes place around the end of March and the beginning of April. The television and newspapers closely follow this "cherry blossom front", as it slowly moves from South to North. The hanami celebrations usually involve eating and drinking, and playing and listening music. Some special dishes are prepared and eaten at the occasion, like dango and bento, and it's common sake to be drunk as part of the festivity. "Dead bodies are buried under the cherry trees!" (Sakura no ki no shita ni wa shitai ga umatte iru!) is a popular saying about hanami, after the first line of the 195 short story "Under the Cherry Trees" by Motojirō Kajii.Symbolism 樱花的象征 In Japan cherry blossoms also symbolize clouds due to their nature of blooming en masse, besides being an enduring metaphor the ephemeral nature of life, an aspect of Japanese cultural tradition that is often associated with Buddhistic influence, and which is embodied in the concept of mono no aware. The association of the cherry blossom with mono no aware dates back to 18th-century scholar Motoori Norinaga. The transience of the blossoms, the extreme beauty and quick death, has often been associated with mortality; this reason, cherry blossoms are richly symbolic, and have been utilized often in Japanese art, manga, anime, and film, as well as at musical permances ambient effect. There is at least one popular folk song, originally meant the shakuhachi (bamboo flute), titled "Sakura", and several pop songs. The flower is also represented on all manner of consumer goods in Japan, including kimono, stationery, and dishware.Cherry blossom is an omen of good tune and is also an emblem of love, affection and represents spring. Cherry blossoms are an enduring metaphor the fleeting nature of life, and as such are frequently depicted in art.During World War II, the cherry blossom was used to motivate the Japanese people, to stoke nationalism and militarism among the populace. Japanese pilots would paint them on the sides of their planes bee embarking on a suicide mission, or even take branches of the trees with them on their missions. A cherry blossom painted on the side of the bomber symbolized the intensity and ephemerality of life; in this way, the aesthetic association was altered such that falling cherry petals came to represent the sacrifice of youth in suicide missions to honor the emperor. The government even encouraged the people to believe that the souls of downed warriors were reincarnated in the blossoms.In its colonial enterprises, imperial Japan often planted cherry trees as a means of "claiming occupied territory as Japanese space". 樱花的英文


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