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2019年11月20日 07:44

zhe真是han假中的yi件有趣shi!


  There was once a king of Scotland whose name was Robert Bruce. He had need to be both brave and wise, for the times in which he lived were wild and rude. The King of England was at war with him, and had led a great army into Scotland to drive him out of the land.
  Battle after battle had been fought. Six times had Bruce led his brave little army against his foes1; and six times had his men been beaten, and driven into flight. At last his army was scattered2, and he was forced to hide himself in the woods and in lonely places among the mountains.
  One rainy day, Bruce lay on the ground under a rude shed3 , listening to the sweet patter4 of the drops on the roof above him. He was tired and sick at heart, and ready to give up all hope. It seemed to him that there was no use for him to try to do anything more.
  As he lay thinking, he saw a spider over his head, making ready to weave5 her web. He watched her as she toiled6 slowly and with great care. Six times she tried to throw her frail7 thread from one beam to another, and six times it fell short.
  "Poor thing!" said Bruce: "you, too, know what it is to fail."
  But the spider did not lose hope with the sixth failure. With still more care, she made ready to try for the seventh time. Bruce almost forgot his own troubles as he watched her swing8 herself out upon the slender9 line. Would she fail again? No! A little while, the thread was carried safely to the beam, and fastened there.
  "I, too, should have tried again. I will try a seventh time!" cried Bruce.
  He arose and called his men together. He told them of his plans, and sent them out with messages of cheer to his disheartened people. Soon there was anarmy of brave Scotchmen around him. Another battle was fought, and the King of England was glad to go back into his own country.
  I have heard it said, that, after that day, no one by the name of Bruce would ever hurt a spider. The lesson which the little creature had taught the king was never forgotten.
  
  从前,苏格兰有个国王,名叫罗伯特·布鲁斯。他所处的时代是个不文明的野蛮时代,因此他必须机智勇敢。英格兰国王向他开战,率领大军入侵苏格兰,要把他赶出国土。
  战争一场接一场地打响。布鲁斯六次率领他的部队与敌人英勇作战,可是六次都因为寡不敌众而被打得狼狈而逃。zui后,他的部队溃散了,他也被迫躲进荒僻的山林里。
  一个雨天,布鲁斯躺在一间简陋小屋的地shang,听着屋顶上清脆的滴滴答答的雨声。他又疲倦,又伤xin,已准备放弃所有的希望了,对他来说,彷佛任何努力都是徒劳。
  正当他躺着思索的时候,看见一只蜘蛛在他头上,准备吐丝织网。他注视着这只蜘蛛缓慢而费力地劳作。它六次试图把那纤弱的蛛丝从一道横梁系到另一道横梁上去。但是六次都失败了。
  “可怜的东西!”布鲁斯说道,“你也知道失败的滋味。”
  但是蜘蛛并没有由于六次的失败而灰心。它更加小心谨慎地准备第七次尝试。当布鲁斯看见蜘蛛在柔弱的细丝上摆动时,他几乎忘记了自己的烦恼。它会再次失败吗?不!不久,这根丝被稳妥地带到横梁上,而且牢牢地系在那儿了。
  “我也应该再一次尝试的。我要做第七次尝试!”布鲁斯喊了起来。
  他一跃而起,把他的士兵召集在一起,他把自己的计划告诉了他们,并且派他们把鼓舞人心的信息带给他那些已失去信心的chen民。很kuai地,他周围就组成了一支勇敢的苏格兰军队。另一场战斗打响了,英格兰国王被赶回了他自己的国土。
  据说从那天以后,凡是叫布鲁斯的人,都不会伤害蜘蛛。这个小家伙所带给国王的启示,将被后人永远牢记。
  
  注释:
  ① foe n.敌人;反对者
  ② scatter v.分散;驱散
  ③ shed n.棚,小屋
  ④ patter n.急速拍打声,轻快脚步声
  ⑤ weave v.编织;编排n.织法,织物
  ⑥ toil v.苦干,费力地做;跋涉
  ⑦ frail adj. 虚弱的,脆弱的
  ⑧ swing v.摇摆,摆动
  ⑨slender adj.微弱的;苗条的
毕淑敏的散文

wo甚至还为我的家写guo一首歌,但其实只不过是我乱哼出来的小diao而已,我五音不quan,就不唱了,你现在知道了吧,我的家就是这么幸福。

“wa,这里真的shi……”。wo呆的无话可说,简直太美了。楼梯的灯经过装饰,变的复古。里面是普通的小灯泡,外面是蜡烛模ju。

毕淑敏的散文
  (一)You"re Right, Sir
  Mr Jones had a farm outside the town. His wife was often ill and his children were young. So he couldn"t look after it by himself. He employed(雇)Jack and Harry as workers. He tried to pay them less though they worked hard. The food for the two young men was bad and they lived in a short and wet house on the farm. They tried to find a way to make reprisals(bao复).
  Christmas was coming. Mr Jones said he had no money to pay Jack and Harry. So they couldn"t buy any birds for their families. When Jack was taking some vegetables to Mr Jones, he saw two fat geese(鹅) hung near the window on the second floor. He told his workmate about it. They decided to take them away.
  It was dark when the two young men got to Mr Jones" house that evening. Jack placed a ladder against the wall and Harry was going upstairs while a policeman was passing there.
  "What are you doing there?" the policeman stopped to ask.
  Harry was too frightened to say a word. Jack answered in a hurry, "Mr Jones often helps us. So we"ve brought two fat geese to him."
  The policeman had a look at his watch and said, "It"s ten past two. They must be asleep. Don"t disturb(打扰) them late at night. Bring them here tomorrow."
  "You"re right, sir," Harry said. He came down with the two geese and then hurried off with Jack.
  
  1. _____ , so he employed the two young men.
  A. Mr Jones needed some helpers
  B. Mr Jones felt lonely on the farm
  C. Mr Jones had no time to work on his farm
  D. Mr Jones had to look after his wife
  2. Jack and Harry wanted to make reprisals because _____ .
  A. Mr Jones was going to send them away
  B. Mr Jones was too rich
  C. they were too poor
  D. Mr Jones was very bad to them
  3. The two young men tried to get the geese for _____ .
  A. themselvesB. their families
  C. the policemanD. Mr Jones
  4. Harry was afraid _____ , so he couldn"t say a word.
  A. he would wake the Jones up
  B. he would fall from the ladder
  C. the policeman would regard them as thieves
  D. the policeman would share the geese with them
  5. The foolish policeman told the two young men _____ .
  A. not to make any noiseB. to take the geese away
  C. to hang the geese againD. give the geese to him
  
  (二)
  Bill, Robert and Mike study in a middle school in a town. And they"re all in Grade Three. During their holidays they came to a village by a large lake. They hired(租) a boat and went fishing in the lake. They happened to come to an out-of-way(pian僻de) place. They were very happy because there were plenty of fish and it was easy to fish there. Before long they got a lot of fish. Bill wanted to go on fishing but Robert stopped him. He said," Look up! There"re many clouds in the sky and I"m sure it"s going to rain."
  "Let"s leave here quickly, "said Mike," Or we"ll be drenched(淋湿)."
  When they left the place, Bill said, "We"d better make a mark(记号) here so that we"ll easily find the place tomorrow."
  "All right," Robert said happily," Let me do that."

毕淑敏的散文:真是个愚钝狗!海口壹牧羊犬走放丢找民缓急“寻求援”


  (一)You"re Right, Sir
  Mr Jones had a farm outside the town. His wife was often ill and his children were young. So he couldn"t look after it by himself. He employed(gu)Jack and Harry as workers. He tried to pay them less though they worked hard. The food for the two young men was bad and they lived in a short and wet house on the farm. They tried to find a way to make reprisals(报复).
  Christmas was coming. Mr Jones said he had no money to pay Jack and Harry. So they couldn"t buy any birds for their families. When Jack was taking some vegetables to Mr Jones, he saw two fat geese(鹅) hung near the window on the second floor. He told his workmate about it. They decided to take them away.
  It was dark when the two young men got to Mr Jones" house that evening. Jack placed a ladder against the wall and Harry was going upstairs while a policeman was passing there.
  "What are you doing there?" the policeman stopped to ask.
  Harry was too frightened to say a word. Jack answered in a hurry, "Mr Jones often helps us. So we"ve brought two fat geese to him."
  The policeman had a look at his watch and said, "It"s ten past two. They must be asleep. Don"t disturb(打扰) them late at night. Bring them here tomorrow."
  "You"re right, sir," Harry said. He came down with the two geese and then hurried off with Jack.
  
  1. _____ , so he employed the two young men.
  A. Mr Jones needed some helpers
  B. Mr Jones felt lonely on the farm
  C. Mr Jones had no time to work on his farm
  D. Mr Jones had to look after his wife
  2. Jack and Harry wanted to make reprisals because _____ .
  A. Mr Jones was going to send them away
  B. Mr Jones was too rich
  C. they were too poor
  D. Mr Jones was very bad to them
  3. The two young men tried to get the geese for _____ .
  A. themselvesB. their families
  C. the policemanD. Mr Jones
  4. Harry was afraid _____ , so he couldn"t say a word.
  A. he would wake the Jones up
  B. he would fall from the ladder
  C. the policeman would regard them as thieves
  D. the policeman would share the geese with them
  5. The foolish policeman told the two young men _____ .
  A. not to make any noiseB. to take the geese away
  C. to hang the geese againD. give the geese to him
  
  (二)
  Bill, Robert and Mike study in a middle school in a town. And they"re all in Grade Three. During their holidays they came to a village by a large lake. They hired(租) a boat and went fishing in the lake. They happened to come to an out-of-way(偏僻的) place. They were very happy because there were plenty of fish and it was easy to fish there. Before long they got a lot of fish. Bill wanted to go on fishing but Robert stopped him. He said," Look up! There"re many clouds in the sky and I"m sure it"s going to rain."
  "Let"s leave here quickly, "said Mike," Or we"ll be drenched(linshi)."
  When they left the place, Bill said, "We"d better make a mark(记hao) here so that we"ll easily find the place tomorrow."
  "All right," Robert said happily," Let me do that."
毕淑敏的散文
   An athlete was debating with an old monk.
   "Life lies in movement," the athlete roared.
   "Life lies in quietude," the old monk whispered.
   "Quietude is idleness!" the athlete said plausibly.
   "Movement is fickleness!" the old monk didn"t give in.
   "Quietude is a pool of backwater!" "Movement is a gust of dark wind!"
   For the essence of life, the two of them argued heatedly among themselves. So far each of them sticks to his own version, unable to convince the other of accepting the definition of life.
   In fact, they may completely think from the angle of the other and completely abandon the dispute, for life not only lies in movement, but also quietude.
   A flower in silent bloom is a kind of beauty, so is a bird in swift flight.
  
  yi个运动员跟一个老和尚辩lun。
  “生命在于运动。”运动员大声吼道。
  “生命在于宁静。”老和尚di声说道。
  “宁静就是懒惰!”运动员振振有词。
  “运动等于浮躁!”老和尚毫不相让。
  “宁静是一潭死水!”“运动是一阵黑风!”……
  对于生命的本质,他们er人吵得不可开交,至今仍然各执一词,谁也无法说服对方,让对方接受自己对于生命的定义。
  其实,他们完全可以站在对方的角度想一想,完全放弃争吵,因为生命既在于运动,也在于宁静。
  一朵悄悄开放的花,是—种美丽,一只匆匆飞过的鸟,也是—种美丽。

老爹总会用一些特殊de方shi来教我做人,mei每却也hen是深刻。

毕淑敏的散文
  draw cakes to allay hungry-feed on illusions
  
  This idiom comes from Records of Three Kingdoms· Kingdom of Wei · Biography of Lu Yu. When Lu Yu, the minister of the State of Wei was young, his parents and brothers all died one after another, and he became an orphan. In such a difficult situation, he still studied very hard. Finally he became a talented person and served as a high officialof hisstate.Hewassouprightin performing his official duties that he was promoted to the minister of the Board of Civil Office, in charge of the officials" appointments and removals.
  Owing to the vacancy of Lu Yu"s original post, it had to fill up a new official for it. Although there were many officials to recommend some well-known people for the post, all were refused by Emperor Wen. He only let Lu Yu do it and also pointed out:"It depends on you whether we can find the right person for the important post. But we can"t choose someone only with fame in stead of his real ability. You see, the fame is just like drawing cakes on the ground to allay hungry."
  Then Lu expressed his idea:" You are right, YourMajesty, selections should depend on their real learning and abilities. But the real fame is still very important, such as self-possession and high moral character. So we should select people with both of them."
  Now we use it to describe comforting oneself with uealistic thoughts, without solving practical problemsand feeding on illusions.
  
  此语出自《三国志·魏志·卢毓传》。三国时代,魏国的大臣卢毓,自幼父母双亡,两位兄长又先后去世,他成了孤儿。但他刻苦学习,终于成了很有才学的人,而且做了朝廷大臣。他为官清正、廉jie,yin而连连提升,后被任命为吏部尚书,负责官吏的任免。
  卢毓升任吏部尚书后,他原担任的中书郎职务空缺,需要选拔人补上,当时有很多大臣都推荐一些有名气的人来担任,但都被魏文帝拒绝了。魏文帝曹睿要卢毓选好这个官,并对他说:“这次选拔中书郎,能否选到合适的人,就看你了。千万不要选那些只有虚名而没有真才实学的人,虚名就像在地上画的饼,是不能chong饥的。”
  卢毓对此说出了他的意见:“陛下说得很对,选拔不能只看名气,但名气也能反映一定的实际情况,如果是修养、才学都好而有名气就不应该嫌弃,主要看他们是否有真才实学。”
  后用此典比喻那些徒有虚名,不能解决实际问题或只用空想来安慰自己的人。

毕淑敏的散文:王者光荣仟场芈月教养学中心2技艺邑会用吗

与其说卖火柴的小女孩是死在贫困liao倒下,不ru说是死在黑暗的社会下更为合适。富人总是高高在上,穷人的ming却一文不值。

毕淑敏的散文
  1. It is influencing your worldview. Anybody who has ever been a policeman, a lawyer, a psychiatrist, an ER doctor, or an FBI agent will attest to the truth that television does not accurately portray their life. In almost all aspects, television rarely depicts the world and life accurately. Too much television results in disillusionment about what to expect from the world around us. This can most commonly be seen in people"s expectations of love, romance, and sexuality.
  2. It is influencing your spending habits. If you think you are immune (or too smart) to be influenced by the power of advertisements, you are wrong. Corporations do not spend trillions of dollars in advertising hoping to influence you. They spend trillions of dollars because they know they will influence you.
  3. It is taking you away from the real people all around you. The characters on television are not real. They are thought up in an office building and given life on a piece of paper. In contrast, you are surrounded everyday by real people living real lives. These real people are facing real problems. They need you. And you need them.
  4. It is robbing you of precious mental energy. When your television is on, your concentration is held hostage. Your mental energy is drawn into the screen and your ability to control it is given up.
  5. It is costing you money. Americans spend over $6 billion per year just paying for the electricity to power their television sets. Add in the cost of cable/satellite bills, dvd"s, movie subscriptions, peripherals … and we’re starting to talk about real money.
  6. It impairs your capacity for rational thought.TV oversimplifies reality. It presents subjects in a matter of minutes and everything is nicely wrapped up at the end. This harms clear thinking by conditioning you to expect that most problems have a simple, clear solution that can be implemented in 60 minutes or less.
  7. It is bad for your health. Numerous studies (and common sense) draw direct parallels between excessive television watching and obesity.
  8. It results in less satisfaction with life. According to the Journal of Economic Psychology, TV viewers report lower life satisfaction, higher material aspirations, and more anxiety.
  9. It results in less sex. Couples who keep a TV in the bedroom have sex half as often as those who don"t. And if you ask me, that should be reason enough…
  10. Its opportunity cost is too great. The average American watched an average of 5.1 hours of television per day in 2009. That"s time you could have spent exercising, eating a meal together, entertaining, enjoying nature, meditating, enjoying a hobby, reading a book, or fulfilling a dream.
  
  1、电视影响你de世界观。任何一个做过警cha,律师,精神病医生,急诊医生,或者FBI特工的人都证实道,电视并不能准确地描绘他们的生活。几乎在所有方面,电视都不能准确描绘世界和生活。过多的电视导致了我们对现实世界的失望,最常见的是人们对爱情,浪漫氛围和性的失望。
  2、电视影响你的消费习惯。如果你觉得自己对广告的力量是具有免疫力的,那么你错了。公司在广告上砸了大量的钱,并不是希望广告能够影响你,而是因为他们知道广告一定能够影响你。
  3、电视使你远离现实中周围的人。电视中的角色并不是真实的。他们在办公大楼中被构思出来,然后在一张纸上被赋予生命。恰恰相反,你每天都被生活在现实里的人们包围着。这些真实的人们面临着真实的困扰。他们需要你,你也需要他们。
  4、电视窃取你宝贵的精力。一旦你的电视机打开,你的注意力便被劫为人质,你的精力集中在屏幕上,并且你想要控制此局面的能力也被放弃了。
  5、电视花费你的钱财。美国人每年花费超过60亿美元仅仅为了给他们的电视机供电。再加上人造卫星、DVD、电影预订、外接设备等的成本……我们将要讨论的可是真正的钱。
  6、电视损害你理性思考的能力。电视将现实过分简单化。它将事物在短短几分钟内呈现出来,最后顺利完成拍摄。电视使你习惯于期望大多数问题会在60分钟或更短时间后有一个简单清晰的答案。
  7、电视损害你的健康。大量研究(及常识)表明看电视过度和肥胖之间存在直接联系。
  8、电视引起对生活的不满。《经济心理学》写道,电视观众有更低的生活满意度、更高的物质欲望以及更多的焦虑。
  9、电视降低性欲。那些在卧室中放置一台电视的夫妻的性交频率是那些没有在卧室放电视的夫妻的一半。如果你问我的话,那一定是有很多原因的……
  10、看电视的隐性成本很高。美国人在2009年ping均每天看电视5.1小时。而这么多的时间你本可以用来锻炼、一起吃个饭、享受大自然、做计划、做些业余爱好、读本书,或是实现meng想。

毕淑敏的散文:僵持基石!僵持建队3D!火箭或将当着回冠军球员,阵容终叛逆天升华


  Value the Gold Coins of Your Life
  
  Abage lived on the prairie of Inner Mongolia.
  Once, young Abage and his father lost their way on the prairie. Abage was too tired and frightened to move any further. His father fumbled five coins out of the pocket, buried one into the pasture, put the other four into Abage"s hand and said, "Life consists of five gold coins, which is respectively held by childhood, juvenile, youth, middle age and old age. And now you have just used one, which was buried in the grassland. You can"t waste all five coins on the prairie but use them one by one and each time in different value, so that your life is well worth. Today we must pass through the prairie and you must go out of the prairie in future. The world is so large that we must travel many different places when alive. Don"t abandon your unused gold coins." That day Abage went out of the prairie with his father"s encouragement.
  Having grown up, Abage left his hometown and finally became an excellent captain.
  Value your life and you"ll be able to cross the adverse marshes.
  
  阿巴格生活在内蒙古草原上。
  有一次,年少de阿巴格和他爸爸在草原上迷了路。阿巴格又累又怕,到最后快走不动了。爸爸jiu从兜里掏出五枚硬币,把一枚硬币埋在草地里,把其余四枚放在阿巴格的手上,说:“人生有五枚金币,童年、少年,青年、中年、老年ge有一枚,你现在才用了一枚,就是埋在草地里的那一枚,你不能把五枚都扔在草原里,你要一点点地用,每一次都用出不同来,这样才不枉人生一世。今天我们一定要走出草原,你将来也一定要走出草原。世界很大,人活着,就要多走些地方,多看看,不要让你的金币没有用就扔掉。”在父亲的鼓励下,那天阿巴格走出了草原。
  chang大后,阿巴格离开了家乡,成了一名优秀的船长。
  珍惜生命,就能走出挫折的沼泽地。

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