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  5.素菜 vegetable dish
  奶酪口蘑烤蔬菜 vegetables au gratin
  黄油菜花 cauliflower with butter
  黄油杂拌蔬菜 mixed vegetables with butter
  菠菜卧果 spinach with poached egg
  
  奶油汁烤口蘑 baked mushrooms with cream sauce
  黄油炒口蘑 fried mushrooms with butter
  黄油炒菠菜 fried spinach with butter
  黄油炒豌豆 fried peas with butter
  黄油炒青豆 fried green peas with butter
  
  炒茄泥 fried mashed egg plants
  炸茄子片 fried egg-plant slices
  炸番茄 fried tomato
  清煎土豆饼 fried potato cake
  酿馅西葫芦 stuffed bottle gourd
  
  家常焖洋白菜卷 braised cabbage rolls
  烩茄子 stewed egg plants
  奶油汁烩豌豆 stewed peas with cream sauce
  扁豆炒蛋 omelette/omelet with green beans
  咖哩素菜 curry vegetables
  
  6.鸡鸭 chicken and duck
  烤鸡/烤油鸡 roast chicken
  素菜烤鸡 roast chicken with vegetables
  棒棒鸡 bon bon chicken
  煎鸡 fried chicken
  炸笋鸡 fried spring chicken
  炸鸡 deep-fried chicken
  
  炸鸡肉串 fried chicken shashlik
  鸡肝串 chicken liver shashlik
  通心粉煮鸡 boiled chicken with macaroni
  奶汁煮鸡 boiled chicken with cream sauce
  铁扒笋鸡 grilled spring chicken
  
  焖鸡 braised chicken
  家常焖鸡 braised chicken in home style
  黄油焖鸡 braised chicken with butter
  黄油焖笋鸡 braised spring chicken with butter
  黄油焖鸡腿 braised chicken legs with butter
  
  红焖鸡块 braised chicken chips
  火锅鸡 podjarka chicken
  罐焖鸡 chicken a la Duchesse
  罐焖笋鸡 spring chicken a la Duchesse
  高加索焖鸡 chicken a la Caucasus
  比利时烩鸡 Belgian stewed chicken
  
  奶油烩鸡片 stewed chicken slices with cream
  米饭烩鸡鸭 stewed chicken and duck with rice
  奶油烩鸡饭 stewed chicken and rice with cream
  咖哩鸡饭 curry chicken with rice
  细面条白汁鸡腿 chicken legs with spaghetti


  () 141. I"ve ______ my bag at home.
   A. forgetB. forgottenC. leftD. lost
  () 142. Jack ______ a teacher for months.
   A. has becomeB. has turnedC. has changedD. has been
  () 143. They ______ friends since they met in Shanghai.
   A. have madeB. have becomeC. have beenD. have turned
  () 144. A: What are you doing? B: I"m ______ my lost watch.
   A. searching B. looking for C. findingD. look at
  () 145. The young man ______ .
   A. hold his breathB. hold her breath
   C. held his breathD. held her breath
  () 146. He is so rich that he ______ work.
   A. didn"t have toB. doesn"t have to C. mustD. has to
  () 147. He ______ his homework at home. He likes to finish it at school.
   A. doesn"t B. don"t doC. hasn"t doneD. doesn"t do
  () 148. Do you know which picture ______ best?
   A. does she likeB. she likesC. did she likeD. she is liking
  () 149. Our school will hold a sports meeting if it ______ tomorrow.
   A. isn"t B. rainsC. won"t rainD. doesn"t rain
  () 150. The students will go to the West Hill Farm by bike if it ____ fine tomorrow.
   A. will be B. isC. shall beD. was
  () 151. The farmer will take the cows to the field if the rain ______ later on.
   A. stopB. stopsC. stoppedD. will stop
  () 152. Go to help her if she ______ in trouble.
  A. is going B. will beC. comesD. is
  () 153. We"ll go as soon as it ______ .
  A. will stop raining B. stops raining
  C. will stop to rainD. stop to rain
  () 154. Please tell him about it as soon as he ______ back.
  A. come B. comes C. cameD. will come
  () 155. I"ll catch up with Lucy before she ______ the finishing line.
  A. reachB. is reachingC. reachesD. will reach
  () 156.I ______ the message to him as soon as he ______ back tomorrow.
  A. give, came B. will give, will come
  C. will give, comesD. give, will come
  () 157. Granny Wang told the little children that the sun ______ in the east.
  A. has risenB. roseC. rises D. rise
  () 158. —Do you know if he ______ to play basketball with us? —I think he will
   come if he ______ free tomorrow.
  A. comes,is B. comes,will beC. will come,isD. will come,will be
  () 159. I don"t know if she ______ tomorrow. If she ______ , I"ll call you.
  A. comes, comes B. will come, will come
  C. will come, comesD. comes, will come
  () 160. I want to know if they ______ the spring sports meeting next month.If they
  ______ it, I must get ready for it.
  A. hold, will holdB. will hold, hold
  C. hold, hold D. will hold, will hold
  () 161. Mrs Fang asked the boys ______ .
  A. where is Miss GreenB. where was Miss Green
  C. where Miss Green isD. where Miss Green was
税务总局电子申报软件

秋天的主角,当然还是属于菊花,只见那树下姹紫嫣红的菊花,让人看了眼花缭乱,有的像八爪鱼,有的像大花球,还有的简直就像一个怪物,咧开了长满尖利牙齿的大嘴巴。每一朵菊花都有自己的特色特征,作文http://www.zuowen8.com让人看了耳目一新。闻一闻,唉,怎么没香味呢?

看着我喝完药后的妈妈并没有去休息,而是留了下来,看着我,对我说:“宝贝,你再睡会儿。”我说:“我难受,睡不着。”妈妈见此想了想,便为我唱起了那首熟悉而又陌生的儿歌。妈妈轻柔的歌声像是拥有着魔力一样,听着听着我便睡着了。许是因为妈妈的陪伴,我能够安然入睡。

税务总局电子申报软件

沙沙沙,沙沙沙,秋雨,好似牛毛一般飘落,凉凉的,落在脸上;冰冰的、滴落在心里。秋风伴着秋雨飘洒过了大地,淅淅沥沥地飘然而落。飘过大陆,飘过海峡,飘过整个大江南北……游子看到了这幅景象,思乡之情油然而生,站在微风中,感受秋的魅力;听着雨滴飘在窗,心,也沉浸在秋之韵中。

税务总局电子申报软件:蓝色岛屿。(8)作文2700字_蓝色地球纪录片


  Before, very few foreigners visited the southern foot of Himalayas. Then, many Japanese went there. It is said that this is because of the honesty of a small boy. One day, some Japanese photographers asked a local boy to buy some bottles of beer, which took the boy three hours. The next day, the boy volunteered to buy for them. The photographer gave him a lot of money. But the boy did not return until the afternoon of the third day. So thephotographers began to talk about it and thought they were cheated by the boy. The third night, the boy knocked the door of the photographer. The boy told them that he bought four bottles of beer at one store, and then he climbed another mountain and crossed a river to buy the other six. On the way back, three bottles of them were broken, he cried and brought the broken pieces of bottles to the photographer and gave him the small changes. The people there were moved, which moved more people. Then more travelers came to the place.
  
  早年,喜马拉雅山南麓很少有外国人涉足。后来,许多日本人到这里观光旅游,据说,这是源于一位少年的诚信。一天,几位日本摄影师请当地一位少年代买啤酒,这位少年为之跑了3个多小时。第二天,那个少年又自告奋勇地再替他们买啤酒。这次摄影师们给了他很多钱,但直到第三天下午那个少年还没回来。于是,摄影师们议论纷纷,都认为那个少年把钱骗走了。第三天夜里,那个少年却敲开了摄影师的门。原来,他只购得4瓶啤酒,尔后,他又翻了一座山,趟过一条河才购得另外6瓶,返回时摔坏了3瓶。他哭着拿着碎玻璃片,向摄影师交回零钱,在场的人无不动容。这个故事使许多外国人深受感动。后来,到这儿的游客就越来越多……
税务总局电子申报软件
  Angels in Indiana
  
  In September 1960, I woke up one morning with six hungry babies and just 75 cents in my pocket. Their father was gone. The boys ranged from three months to seven years; their sister was two.
  I scrubbed1 the kids until they looked brand new and then put on my best homemade dress. I loaded them into the rusty2 old car and drove off to find a job. The seven of us went to every factory, store and restaurant in our small town. No luck.
  The last place we went to, just a few miles out of town, called the Big Wheel. An old lady named Granny owned the place and she peeked3 out of the window from time to time at all those kids. She needed someone on the graveyard4 shift, 11 at night until seven in the morning. She paid 65 cents an hour and I could start that night.
  On Christmas Eve, the usual customers were drinking coffee in the Big Wheel. It was still dark and I couldn"t see much, but there appeared to be some dark shadows in the car -- or was that just a trick of the night? Something certainly looked different, but it was hard to tell what. When I reached the car I peered warily5 into one of the side windows. Then my jaw dropped in amazement. My old battered6 car was full to the top with boxes of all shapes and sizes. I quickly opened the driver"s side door, scrambled inside and kneeled in the front facing the back seat. Reaching back, I pulled off the lid of the top box. Inside was a whole case of little blue jeans, sizes 2-10! I looked inside another box: It was full of shirts to go with the jeans. Then I peeked inside some of the other boxes: There were candy and nuts and bananas and bags of groceries. There was an enormous ham for baking, and canned vegetables and potatoes. There was pudding and cookies, pie filling and flour. There was a whole bag of laundry supplies and cleaning items. And there were five toy trucks and one beautiful little doll.
  As I drove back through empty streets as the sun slowly rose on the most amazing Christmas Day of my life, I was sobbing with gratitude. And I will never forget the joy on the faces of my little ones that precious morning.
  Yes, there were angels in Indiana that long-ago December.
  
  1960年9月的一个早晨,我醒来,身边是6个饥饿的孩子,口袋里只有75美分。孩子们的父亲已经离开了。男孩子们年龄在3个月到7岁之间,他们的妹妹只有2岁。
  我把孩子们擦洗干净,他们看起来干干净净。然后,我穿上最好的自己缝制的衣服。我把他们放在生锈的旧汽车里,去找工作。我们7个人走遍了我们小镇的每一个工厂、商店、餐厅,一无所获。
  最后,我们来到离镇里几英里的叫做“大车轮”的地方。这个地方由一个老奶奶所有。她不时地从窗户里看着这些孩子们。她需要有人值夜班,晚上11点到第二天7点。每小时付65美分,我当天晚上就可以上班。
  圣诞节前夜,通常顾客们在这儿喝咖啡。天黑,看不清什么。在车里,有几个黑影在走动。难道晚上有恶作剧吗?感觉有点异样,但是说不清是什么。我向车走去,看了一眼车的侧窗。我目瞪口呆。我的破车里放满了各种形状和大小的盒子。我很快打开驾驶员的侧门,爬进车里,面向车的后座跪了下来。打开最上面的一个盒子,里面装着一盒子蓝色小牛仔裤,号码从2到10都有。另一个盒子里,装满了与牛仔裤配套的衬衫。其他盒子里有糖果、坚果、香蕉和其他日用品袋。有一个巨大的火腿,罐装的蔬菜和土豆。有布丁、饼干、馅饼和面粉,一大袋洗涤和清洁用品。有5个玩具汽车和—个漂亮的小洋娃娃。
  当我开车回家时,太阳正慢慢升起,我最有意义的圣诞节开始了。我充满感激,热泪盈眶。我永远也忘不了圣诞节的早晨我孩子们脸上的幸福表情。
  确实,在那个逝去的12月里,印第安那出现了天使。
  
  注释
  
  ①scrub v.洗擦,擦净
  ②rusty adj.生锈的,迟钝的
  ③peek n.一瞥,匆忙看过;v.偷看
  ④graveyard n.墓地
  ⑤warily adv.留心地,小心地,警惕地
  ⑥batter n.击球手;v.打坏,猛击


  Angels in Indiana
  
  In September 1960, I woke up one morning with six hungry babies and just 75 cents in my pocket. Their father was gone. The boys ranged from three months to seven years; their sister was two.
  I scrubbed1 the kids until they looked brand new and then put on my best homemade dress. I loaded them into the rusty2 old car and drove off to find a job. The seven of us went to every factory, store and restaurant in our small town. No luck.
  The last place we went to, just a few miles out of town, called the Big Wheel. An old lady named Granny owned the place and she peeked3 out of the window from time to time at all those kids. She needed someone on the graveyard4 shift, 11 at night until seven in the morning. She paid 65 cents an hour and I could start that night.
  On Christmas Eve, the usual customers were drinking coffee in the Big Wheel. It was still dark and I couldn"t see much, but there appeared to be some dark shadows in the car -- or was that just a trick of the night? Something certainly looked different, but it was hard to tell what. When I reached the car I peered warily5 into one of the side windows. Then my jaw dropped in amazement. My old battered6 car was full to the top with boxes of all shapes and sizes. I quickly opened the driver"s side door, scrambled inside and kneeled in the front facing the back seat. Reaching back, I pulled off the lid of the top box. Inside was a whole case of little blue jeans, sizes 2-10! I looked inside another box: It was full of shirts to go with the jeans. Then I peeked inside some of the other boxes: There were candy and nuts and bananas and bags of groceries. There was an enormous ham for baking, and canned vegetables and potatoes. There was pudding and cookies, pie filling and flour. There was a whole bag of laundry supplies and cleaning items. And there were five toy trucks and one beautiful little doll.
  As I drove back through empty streets as the sun slowly rose on the most amazing Christmas Day of my life, I was sobbing with gratitude. And I will never forget the joy on the faces of my little ones that precious morning.
  Yes, there were angels in Indiana that long-ago December.
  
  1960年9月的一个早晨,我醒来,身边是6个饥饿的孩子,口袋里只有75美分。孩子们的父亲已经离开了。男孩子们年龄在3个月到7岁之间,他们的妹妹只有2岁。
  我把孩子们擦洗干净,他们看起来干干净净。然后,我穿上最好的自己缝制的衣服。我把他们放在生锈的旧汽车里,去找工作。我们7个人走遍了我们小镇的每一个工厂、商店、餐厅,一无所获。
  最后,我们来到离镇里几英里的叫做“大车轮”的地方。这个地方由一个老奶奶所有。她不时地从窗户里看着这些孩子们。她需要有人值夜班,晚上11点到第二天7点。每小时付65美分,我当天晚上就可以上班。
  圣诞节前夜,通常顾客们在这儿喝咖啡。天黑,看不清什么。在车里,有几个黑影在走动。难道晚上有恶作剧吗?感觉有点异样,但是说不清是什么。我向车走去,看了一眼车的侧窗。我目瞪口呆。我的破车里放满了各种形状和大小的盒子。我很快打开驾驶员的侧门,爬进车里,面向车的后座跪了下来。打开最上面的一个盒子,里面装着一盒子蓝色小牛仔裤,号码从2到10都有。另一个盒子里,装满了与牛仔裤配套的衬衫。其他盒子里有糖果、坚果、香蕉和其他日用品袋。有一个巨大的火腿,罐装的蔬菜和土豆。有布丁、饼干、馅饼和面粉,一大袋洗涤和清洁用品。有5个玩具汽车和—个漂亮的小洋娃娃。
  当我开车回家时,太阳正慢慢升起,我最有意义的圣诞节开始了。我充满感激,热泪盈眶。我永远也忘不了圣诞节的早晨我孩子们脸上的幸福表情。
  确实,在那个逝去的12月里,印第安那出现了天使。
  
  注释
  
  ①scrub v.洗擦,擦净
  ②rusty adj.生锈的,迟钝的
  ③peek n.一瞥,匆忙看过;v.偷看
  ④graveyard n.墓地
  ⑤warily adv.留心地,小心地,警惕地
  ⑥batter n.击球手;v.打坏,猛击
税务总局电子申报软件
  Travelling Companion
  
  The first night he was obliged to lie under a haystack in the field to sleep, for he had no other bed. But that was very nice, he thought; the king could not be better off. There was the whole field, with the brook, the haystack, and the blue sky above it; that was certainly a beautiful sleeping-room. The green grass with the little red and white flowers was the carpet; the elder bushes and the wild rose hedges were garlands of flowers; and for a wash-hand basin he had the whole brook with the clear fresh water, where the sedges bowed before him and wished him"good evening" and "good morning". The moon was certainly a great night-lamp, high up under the blue ceiling, and that lamp would never set fire to the curtains with its light. John could sleep quite quietly, and he did so, and never woke until the sun rose and all the little birds were singing around, "Good morning! Good morning! Are you not up yet?"
  The bells were ringing for church; it was Sunday. The people went to hear the preacher, and John followed them, and sang a psalm and heard God"s Word. It seemed to him just as if he was in his own church, where he had been christened and had sung psalms with his father.
  Out in the churchyard were many graves, and on some of them the grass grew high. Then he thought of his father"s grave, which would at last look like these, as he could not weed it and adorn it.
  So he sat down and plucked up the long grass, set up the wooden crosses which had fallen down, and put back in their places the wreaths which the wind had blown away from the graves; for he thought, "Perhaps some one will do the same to my father"s grave, as I cannot do it."
  Outside the churchyard gate stood an old beggar, leaning upon his crutch. John gave him the silver shillings which he had, and then went away, happy and cheerful, into the wide world. Towards evening the weather became terribly bad. He made haste to get under shelter, but dark night soon came on; then at last he came to a little church, which lay quite solitary on a small hill,
  The door luckily stood ajar, and he crept in; here he decided to remain till the storm had gone down.
  "Here I will sit down in a corner," said he; "I am quite tired and require a little rest." Then he sat down, folded his hands, and said his evening prayer; and before he was aware of it he was asleep and dreaming, while it thundered and lightened without.
  When he woke it was midnight; but the bad weather had passed by, and the moon shone in upon him through the windows. In the midst of the church stood an open coffin with a dead man in it who had not yet been buried. John was not at all timid, for he had a good conscience; and he knew very well that the dead do not harm anyone. It is living people who do harm. Two such living bad men stood close by the dead man, who had been placed here in the church till he should be buried. They had an evil design against him, and would not let him rest quietly in his coffin, but were going to throw him out before the church door--the poor dead man!

税务总局电子申报软件:春天的杨柳(转载)作文600字_春天的杨柳作文

淡而无味的雪景中,多出了一道亮丽的风景。爸爸拉着我,把大伞往我头顶上遮,自已却在寒冷的大雪中颤抖着。每一步都走得如此沉重、艰难。他的身子很僵,因为他的每个举动都很机械。他还时不时停下来,慈爱地望望我,又用他那温暖的大手,紧握着我往温暖的家中赶。我忽而看到,他的脸,苍老了许多,头顶的白发,不知是被白雪染出的,还是经过的沧桑的岁月。我的喉咙口一阵哽噎,握紧了点他那粗糙的大手,心中那寒冷的、悲伤的心,顿时有了温度。

税务总局电子申报软件
  Leave Room for a Change
  
  The son was too straightforward in what he said and never knew how to leave room for a change.About this, his father was worried.He decided to help his son."Remember to speak in another way round.Never be too straightforward and rigid." the father told him.
  Not knowing what his father meant, the boy blinked and kept silent.
  However, the father was patient.He tried to teach the dull boy again and again."For example," the father explained. "What did you say when the neighbor came to borrow things yesterday? You said " No, we haven"t." That won"t do.That"s too rigid.If anyone comes to borrow something next time, do not say "No, we haven"t", nor "Yes,we have. "Just say "Some of them are at home. Some are not." That"s a good way to speak. Can you remember?"
  The son seemed to understand.
  A few days later, a man came and called on them.
  "Is your father at home?" the man asked.
  The boy kept silent for a moment, thinking of what his father had taught him, and then replied calmly, "Some of them are at home. Some are not."
  
  儿子说话很直,从来不知道说话要留有余地。爸爸为此很担心,于是决定好好地教导教导儿子。他对儿子说:“以后说话一定要灵活些,千万不要把话说得太绝对。”
  儿子还不太明白其中的道理,只好眨巴着眼睛看着爸爸。
  不过,爸爸很有耐心,他不厌其烦地一遍遍开导这个迟钝的孩子。他对儿子解释说:“比如说吧,昨天邻居来借东西,你是怎么说的?你说:‘没有!’这可不行,话说得太绝对了。今后如果再遇到这类事情,不要直接说‘没有’,也不要说‘有’。就说‘有的在家,有的不在家’。这就把话说灵活了。记住了吗?”
  儿子似乎明白了。
  几天后,他家来了一位客人。
  “你爸爸在家吗?”客人问道。
  儿子默默地思考了一下爸爸对他的教导,然后非常镇静地回答说:“有的在家,有的不在家。”

税务总局电子申报软件:华侨主题作文 华侨,我们何时能见面作文100字


  () 141. I"ve ______ my bag at home.
   A. forgetB. forgottenC. leftD. lost
  () 142. Jack ______ a teacher for months.
   A. has becomeB. has turnedC. has changedD. has been
  () 143. They ______ friends since they met in Shanghai.
   A. have madeB. have becomeC. have beenD. have turned
  () 144. A: What are you doing? B: I"m ______ my lost watch.
   A. searching B. looking for C. findingD. look at
  () 145. The young man ______ .
   A. hold his breathB. hold her breath
   C. held his breathD. held her breath
  () 146. He is so rich that he ______ work.
   A. didn"t have toB. doesn"t have to C. mustD. has to
  () 147. He ______ his homework at home. He likes to finish it at school.
   A. doesn"t B. don"t doC. hasn"t doneD. doesn"t do
  () 148. Do you know which picture ______ best?
   A. does she likeB. she likesC. did she likeD. she is liking
  () 149. Our school will hold a sports meeting if it ______ tomorrow.
   A. isn"t B. rainsC. won"t rainD. doesn"t rain
  () 150. The students will go to the West Hill Farm by bike if it ____ fine tomorrow.
   A. will be B. isC. shall beD. was
  () 151. The farmer will take the cows to the field if the rain ______ later on.
   A. stopB. stopsC. stoppedD. will stop
  () 152. Go to help her if she ______ in trouble.
  A. is going B. will beC. comesD. is
  () 153. We"ll go as soon as it ______ .
  A. will stop raining B. stops raining
  C. will stop to rainD. stop to rain
  () 154. Please tell him about it as soon as he ______ back.
  A. come B. comes C. cameD. will come
  () 155. I"ll catch up with Lucy before she ______ the finishing line.
  A. reachB. is reachingC. reachesD. will reach
  () 156.I ______ the message to him as soon as he ______ back tomorrow.
  A. give, came B. will give, will come
  C. will give, comesD. give, will come
  () 157. Granny Wang told the little children that the sun ______ in the east.
  A. has risenB. roseC. rises D. rise
  () 158. —Do you know if he ______ to play basketball with us? —I think he will
   come if he ______ free tomorrow.
  A. comes,is B. comes,will beC. will come,isD. will come,will be
  () 159. I don"t know if she ______ tomorrow. If she ______ , I"ll call you.
  A. comes, comes B. will come, will come
  C. will come, comesD. comes, will come
  () 160. I want to know if they ______ the spring sports meeting next month.If they
  ______ it, I must get ready for it.
  A. hold, will holdB. will hold, hold
  C. hold, hold D. will hold, will hold
  () 161. Mrs Fang asked the boys ______ .
  A. where is Miss GreenB. where was Miss Green
  C. where Miss Green isD. where Miss Green was

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