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I wanted to visit the National Museum, but when I arrived, it was closed. Rudy: Can you tell me the hours of operation the Museum? Guard: It’s open from a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. It’s closed on Sunday. Rudy: Thanks. I’ll be back tomorrow.----------The next day, I arrived at the Museum at a.m. and the same guard was there. Rudy: Hello, again. Can you tell me if the Museum has any tours? Guard: The Museum has a self-guided tour. You can get inmation at the ticket window. Rudy: Oh, thanks. Do you know if I can use my flash to take photos in the Museum? Guard: You can take pictures, but flash photography is prohibited. Food and drinks are prohibited, too. Rudy: Oh, I guess I need to get rid of this bottle of juice bee I go in. Do you know if all of the exhibits are open to the public today? Guard: The east wing is under construction, but the rest of the galleries are open. The sculpture and painting galleries are to your left, and the artifacts are to your right. Rudy: Thanks a lot. How much is the admission charge? Guard: It’s $.00 adults, .00 children, and .00 seniors and students with picture ID. The people at the ticket window can help you with that. Rudy: Thanks. Just one more question. Guard: Yes? Rudy: If I leave after I pay, can I come back in? Guard: Yes. You just have to show your stub. Anything else? Rudy: Oh, no. Thanks a lot. Sorry to have bothered you. Guard: No trouble at all. 01

节目寄语每日床头啃一段语篇,您的生活质量更加高特别声明该文章中的讲解为可可签约编辑根据改编的名著所编写的参考资料啃嚼语段;What;s the matter? ;demanded Oliver.“出了什么事?”奥利弗问;Be quiet! ;replied the Dodger.“别出声!”神偷说,;Do you see that old man outside the book shop? He;s the one. ;“你看见站在书店外面的那个老头了吗?就是他”Oliver looked from the Dodger to Charley Bates with great surprise and confusion, but he had been told not to ask questions.奥利弗极度惊奇和迷惑地看看神偷,又看看查理·贝茨,但人家告诉过他不许提问题The two boys walked quickly and secretly across the road towards the old gentleman.两个男孩偷偷地快速穿过马路,朝老先生走去,Oliver followed behind the m, watching in silent amazement.奥利弗尾随在他们后面,惊奇地悄悄看着The old gentleman looked quite rich; he wore gold glasses, white trousers, and had an expensive walking stick under his arm.老先生看上去很富有,他戴着一副金边眼镜,身穿一条白色裤子,一根昂贵的手杖夹在腋下He had picked up a book and was standing the re, ing it with great concentration—just as if he were in his own armchair at home. 他从书摊上拿起一本书,站在那儿专心地看着——就好像坐在家里的软椅上一样Oliver, his eyes wide with horror and alarm, watched as the Dodger put his hand in the old gentleman;s pocket, took out a hand kerchief, and hand ed it to Charley Bates.奥利弗睁大了一双恐惧和惊慌的眼睛,看着神偷将手伸进了老先生的兜里,抽出了一条丝手帕,递给了查理·贝茨,Then the two of them ran round the corner as fast as They could.然后两人绕过拐角尽快地跑开了 337

If the past has taught us anything, it is that every cause brings effect - every action has a consequence.This thought, in my opinion, is the moral foundation of the universe; it applies equally in this world andthe next.We Chinese have a saying “If a man plants melons, he will reap melons; if he sows beans, he will reap beans.”And this is true of every man’s life good begets good, and evil leads to evil.True enough, the sun shines on the saint and sinner alike, and too often it seems that the wicked wax and prosper.But we can say with certitude that, with the individual as with the nation,the flourishing of the wicked is an illusion, , unceasingly, life keeps books on us all.In the end, we are all the sum total of our actions. Character cannot be counterfeited,nor can it be put on and cast off as if it were a garment to meet the whim of the moment.Like the markings on wood which are ingrained in the very heart of the tree,character requires time and nurture growth and development.Thus also, day by day, we write our own destiny, inexorably we become what we do.This, I believe, is the supreme logic and the law of life. 3661


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