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Getting married is one of the happiest days of anyone’s life. Being married is also full of happiness, but there are also many difficulties. It isn’t always easy to be married. You have to put up with your spouse’s bad habits and moods forever. You have to negotiate and compromise on many things from who’s first in the bathroom in the mornings to where you go on vacation. Of course, being married also has many wonderful sides to it. You have a lifelong friend who will love you forever. You share many wonderful times together and support each other through good and bad times. And you grow old together and look back on years of happy memories. I think being married is great for your soul. Article/201104/130304。

Mike looked at the label on the big plastic container. It said Garlic Powder. There was a U with a circle around it after the word Powder. What does this U mean, Mike wondered. Under the word Powder was another word, Seasoning. Under that word was a drawing of a garlic bulb.Mike knew that food labels can be tricky. Powder is powder, but Seasoning could mean salt. He looked all around the plastic container for an ingredients label. There wasn’t one. In small print under the drawing of the garlic bulb was a phone number: 1-800-632-6900. Call that number if you have comments or questions, the label said.Mike called the number. A woman answered. He asked her what the U inside a circle meant. She said it meant kosher. Kosher food is food that is prepared according to Jewish law.Mike asked where the ingredients label was. She said if there is only one ingredient, there is no ingredients label."So, there is no salt in this product?" Mike asked."No, sir," she said. “It’s 100 percent garlic powder.""Why does it say, Product of USA and China?"She said that sometimes they get the garlic from China, sometimes they get it from the US. Article/201103/129780。

Abigail and Jeremy got divorced about 10 years ago. Abigail did not want to see a lawyer, worried that it might turn ugly. So she talked to Jeremy, who agreed that it was a good idea to not use lawyers. He said not to worry, he would take care of her. She said she wasn’t looking for a free ride—she could take care of herself. But, Jeremy insisted, he would help her out, then or whenever she needed money. It was the least he could do for her, since she was not taking 50 percent of his income and property.So, Jeremy gave her ,000 before they got divorced, because Abigail said that would be all she would need to finish getting her master’s degree and start teaching. And that was it. For the next 10 years after getting her degree, Abigail worked as a teacher. She liked her job and the people she worked with. Unfortunately, a tornado wiped out the entire school and half the town. Many teachers got laid off. Abigail spent a month visiting family and friends, but then had to find a new job.She decided to change careers. To do so, she needed to go back to school for two years. Her tuition and living expenses would cost her ,000. She called Jeremy. She and Jeremy had remained friendly over the years.“Jeremy, I need a big favor,” she said over the phone.“Sure, Abi, you name it,” Jeremy replied agreeably. Jeremy had a great job and a good life. She told him that she had been laid off, and she needed ,000 for a degree and a new career. The friendliness left Jeremy’s voice. She reminded him of his promise ten years ago to help her out whenever she needed it.“Yeah, Abi, but that was ten years ago. That’s history now, right? Have you tried your local bank?” Article/201104/131650。

早读英语精华本上册 4 I AMI am only one but still I'm one I can not do everythingbut still I can do something I will not refuse to do that something I can do Article/200903/18060。

Duke Ellington: One of the Most Popular Musicians of the Twentieth CenturyWritten by Paul Thompson (THEME)VOICE ONE:I'm Richard Rael. VOICE TWO:And I'm Ray Freeman with the VOA Special English program, People in America. Every week we tell about a person who was important in the history of the ed States. Today, we finish our report about the great jazz musician, Duke Ellington. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:That song is "Take the 'A' Train. " It is like a musical sign that says, "You are listening to Duke Ellington and his orchestra. " Music fans around the world know the song is linked closely to Duke Ellington. Yet they may not know that he did not write it. Duke Ellington "Take the 'A' Train" was written by a close friend and orchestra member, Billy Strayhorn. Billy and Duke had a very close working relationship for almost thirty years. Sometimes, it was difficult to tell which man had written a new song for the orchestra. Members of the group often argued about who had written it . . . Duke or Billy Strayhorn. VOICE TWO:Duke Ellington always wrote music. Music experts say he may have written as many as two thousand different songs. He wrote music wherever he went. He wrote late at night. He wrote on the train or bus or airplane when the orchestra traveled. Friends say he wrote music even in eating places while he waited for his food. Listen to this Ellington song, played by Russell Procope. Procope played the clarinet in the Ellington orchestra for many years. In this song, Procope was able to play his part a different way each time. Ellington let individual players create their own parts. This means it is almost impossible today to reproduce the sound of Duke Ellington's orchestra. The song is called, "Four-Thirty Blues." (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:Duke Ellington tried many new and different ways to play music. For example, he put different instruments together in groups that no one had tried before. He also was the first song writer to use a human voice as an instrument. He wrote music for a singer but no words. The song is called "Creole Love Call. " The singer here is Adelaide Hall. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO:Duke Ellington was one of the most popular musicians in the twentieth century. Yet, music experts and critics say he was much more important as a song writer and orchestra leader than as a piano player. Billy Strayhorn once said, "Duke plays piano. But his real instrument is the orchestra. " The orchestra was Duke Ellington's first love. In later years, when large orchestras were not popular, Duke often paid his musicians with his own money to keep the group together. To him, the orchestra was everything. VOICE ONE:Duke Ellington always was looking for ways to make his orchestra sound better. Like many song writers, he often took old songs, changed them, and made them new again. Last week, we played a song called "Concerto for Cootie. " In later years, a singer named Al Hibbler joined the Ellington orchestra. Duke added words to the song. Then he changed its name to "Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me. " Both songs were major hits for the orchestra. Listen as Al Hibbler sings, "Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me. " (MUSIC) VOICE TWO:Duke Ellington and his orchestra played around the world before millions of people. More than eight hundred musicians played with the Ellington orchestra at one time or another. After doctors told Duke that he had lung cancer, he continued to perform. One of his last concerts was at Westminster Abbey in London. His orchestra performed religious music. Duke Ellington was honored by people around the world. Former president Richard Nixon give him the presidential medal of freedom -- America's highest civilian honor. Leaders from around the world wrote him letters to thank him for his music. Duke Ellington died on May twenty-fourth, nineteen seventy-four. VOICE ONE:If you really want to know the real Duke Ellington, you must listen to his music. The music he left the world is truly a great gift. We leave you with Duke Ellington and his orchestra playing like they always did. This recording was made in a room full of people dancing to his music. The place is McElroy's ballroom in the city of Portland, Oregon. It is near the end of the evening. You can hear the crowd in the big room. The people have been dancing and do not want to stop. Duke Ellington, sitting at the piano, starts another song. It is his signal to the orchestra. Once again, the Duke Ellington orchestra begins to play "Things Ain't What They Used to Be. " (MUSIC) VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written, produced and directed by Paul Thompson. I'm Ray Freeman. VOICE ONE:And I'm Richard Rael. Join us again next week at this time for another People in America program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/30121。

“Let’s go to Wal-Mart,” Elizabeth told Kenneth. She wanted to buy some paint supplies. He suggested that they go to Home Depot instead because employees there could tell them exactly what to buy. After arriving there, Elizabeth found a friendly looking worker who was momentarily free.“Excuse me,” she said. “Could you help us?” She explained that she wanted to paint her office. “Neither me nor my husband knows how to do it, so please tell us the basics,” she added. He smiled and told her that it was simple. All they needed were two gallons of white glossy paint, a roller, a tray and an insert to pour the paint in, and an extension-handle to reach the high parts of each wall.“Don’t we need primer?” Kenneth asked.“Oh, yes, of course. I was getting to that. If you don’t put primer on first, the paint won’t stick to the walls. Here are two gallons of good, but inexpensive, primer. And a brush would be a good idea for use in the corners and edges. And that should take care of it. Just put the primer on first. Let it dry for a couple of hours. Then put on one coat of paint. Let it dry. Then, if you want to, put on another coat, but it shouldn’t be necessary.”As they were putting the items into the trunk, Kenneth told her they should buy a ladder, too. “We’re going to have to use the brush to paint up near the ceiling. The roller won’t do in a corner,” Kenneth said.“We don’t need a stepladder. I can sit on your shoulders,” Elizabeth laughed. They went back inside and bought a stepladder. Article/201104/131782。

Everybody loves juice. It’s the yummiest thing in the world. I can’t think of anything tastier than a cold glass of any kind of juice. I have to have a glass of orange juice every morning. I like to spend a little extra to make sure it’s 100 per cent juice. I don’t really like the stuff that says it’s juice on the box, but is really 70 per cent water and sugar. Of course freshly squeezed juice is the best - you can really taste the fruit. One thing I love about going to another country is trying different kinds of juice. Tropical countries have all kinds of really delicious juice. One time I remember trying sugar cane juice. I was in heaven. It’s a shame I can’t buy it where I live. I also love coconut juice, or is that coconut milk? Article/201105/137036。

An hour before midnight is worth two after or so my mother used to tell me as I sat down to breakfast after a particularly late night. But is it really true that sleep before 12 p.m. is twice as good for you as sleep after that hour? At the time, like most young people, I regarded this proverb as an old wive's tale with no relevance to my own life. I mean, an hour is an hour … it's 60 minutes, a.m. or p.m. However, now older and wiser, I remember my mother's words as I scramble into bed at 11 o'clock. I am now a firm believer in the value of getting at least one hour's sleep before midnight!Advice about how to live a healthy life is one example of the type of received wisdom which is condensed and passed on to the next generation in the form of proverbs. Proverbs also serve to express general truths in a short and colourful way, for example, There's no smoke without fire, meaning that there is generally some truth in even the wildest rumours.Another type of proverb acts as a reminder of the correct way to behave, for example, Don't wash your dirty linen in public. This means don't discuss personal or family problems in front of strangers or in public. Other proverbs are offered to people as means of comfort in times of trouble, for example, It's no use crying over spilt milk. This proverb advises that it really is a waste of time to weep over mistakes that have aly been make. Instead, it is much better to Make the best of a bad job - to do your best whatever the situation.Some English proverbs are native to Britain, for example, It never rains but it pours, a reference to the joys of the British weather! This proverb means that when one thing goes wrong, many other things go wrong as well. Another home-grown proverb is Every dog is allowed one bite. This proverb Is based on an old English law dating back to the 17th century. The law said that the first time a dog bit somebody, its owner did not have to pay compensation to the victim because one bite did not prove that the dog was vicious. Hence the idea carried in the proverb, that everyone should be allowed to make a mistake without being punished for it.Other proverbs have come into the language from Latin or Greek. Lucretius, a classical Roman author, created the proverb One man's meat is another man's poison, meaning that what is good for one person can be harmful to another. And the proverb let sleeping dogs lie meaning don't cause trouble when it can be avoided, came into English form the French in the 14th century.As Britain came into contact with other countries and cultures, English became enriched with the words and wisdom of different languages. From the Chinese, we borrowed the colourful proverb He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount, meaning that if you start on a dangerous enterprise, it is often easier to carry it through to the end than to stop halfway.Some proverbs have been in the language for 1,000 years, for example, A friend in need is a friend indeed. The message here is that someone who stays with you and helps you in times of trouble, rather than turning their back, is a true friend. Other proverbs, however, are much more recent, and reflect changes in the way that we live.From the ed States come the following two pieces of new wisdom, Garbage in - garbage out, from the computer world, reminds people that computers are only as good as their programs. Form big business we have There's no such thing as a free lunch, meaning nothing is free. If someone buys you lunch, they will expect a favour in return.[本段无录音]Some English people are reluctant to sue proverbs in their every day conversation because they see them as vehicles of too much used wisdom. Nevertheless, proverbs are still quite common in both written and spoken English and continue to provide a homely commentary on life and a reminder that the wisdom of our ancestors may still be useful to us today. 每当在头一天晚上我睡得特别晚,第二天早晨坐下来去吃早餐时,我母亲过去总是会对我说"一半夜睡一个小时胜过下半夜睡两小时"之类的话。但是半夜12点以前的睡眠质量真的会比半夜12点以后的睡眠要好一倍吗?当时,我像绝大多数年青人一样,认为这一句谚语是跟我自己的生活毫无关系的,这是一句不知老太婆们瞎编的愚蠢的话。我认为,一小时就是一小时,不管是上半夜还是下半夜,反正都是60分钟。可是现在,因为我年龄大了,也比以前更懂事了,每当我在晚上11点钟爬进被子里时,我就想起了我妈所说的话。现在我坚信在半夜零点以前取低限度要提前一个小时入睡,这的确大有好处。关于如何才能活得健康的忠告就是公认的智慧的一个很典型的例子,并把这些智慧浓缩成谚语的形式代代相传。条条谚语都能用简明生动丰富多的方式表达普遍的真理。例如:"无火不生烟,无风不起浪。"说的就是,即使是言过其实的流言蜚语,一般说来也总会有点真实的成分在里面的。还有一种类型的谚语,它所起的作用就是提醒人们举止行为要得体。例如,"别在公众面前洗你的脏衬裤--家丑不可外扬。"这意思就是说,不要在陌生人群中或当着大家的面来讨论个人隐私或者家务事。还有一些谚语在人们处于困境时给人以安慰,例如:"牛奶洒了,哭也没用。--覆水难收,悲有何益?"这条谚语劝告人们,既然已经做错了事情,痛哭流泪、唉声叹气实际上都是有浪费时间。与此相反,"要尽最大的努力把坏事干成好事--随遇而安,转祸为福。"这种态度要好得多--不论遇到任何情况总要用最大的努力把事情做好。有些英文谚语来自英国。例如,"不雨则已,一雨倾盆--福无双至,祸不单行。"这说明英国人都喜欢谈天气。这条谚语的意思是如果一件事出了差错接连着很多其他事也都出了差错。还有一条出自英国本土的谚语是"每条初次咬人都是可以原谅的--人非圣贤孰能无过。"这条谚语是17世纪时的一条古老的英国法律为基础而衍化出来的。这条法律说,初次咬人,的主人不必向受害人付赔偿金,因为仅咬一口并不能明这条就是一条恶。因此,这种想法,即允许任何人初次犯错误,不必给予惩罚,就包含在这条谚语当中了。还有一些谚语是从拉丁文或希腊文移植到英语里面的。一位古典时期的古罗马作家留克利希阿斯创造了下面这一条谚语:"同一块肉,吃肥了张三却毒死了李四--穿衣戴帽各好一套,萝卜白菜各有所爱。"意思是对某一个人有好处的可能对另一个人有害。而这一条谚语:"让睡觉的那群继续躺着吧睡吧。--别捅马蜂窝。"意思是能避免就尽量避免,不要去惹麻烦。这条谚语是从14世纪的法语移植到英语中来的。由于英国逐渐同其他一些国家和其他一些文化打交道,不同语言的词汇和智慧使英语逐渐丰富起来。从汉语,我们借用了这条活灵活现的谚语"骑虎难下",意思就是如果你开创了一项危险而又艰巨复杂的事业,与其半途而废,倒不如进行到底会更顺利一些。有些谚语在语言中已经流传有1000多年了,例如,"患难中相助的朋友才是真正的朋友。--患难见真交"。这条谚语是说,你在患难时这位朋友仍然不离开你,仍然帮助你,而不是掉转脊背就跑开了,这样的朋友才是真正的朋友。但是,也有些谚语相当现代,这些新时兴的谚语反映出我们的生活方式的一些变化。从美国传来了下列两句绝妙的好词:"无用信息输入--无用信息输出,--废料进,废料出。"这源出自电子计算机的待业用语。它提示人们只有输入计算机的程序编制得好电子计算机才能输出好。从干大事业的人那里,我们学到一句话"根本就不会有白白请你吃顿饭那回事。--礼下于人必有所求。"意思是没有任何时是可以不付出代价的。如果将来有人给你买了一份便餐,那个人肯定想从你那里得到好处以便作为报答。有部分英国人在日常谈话中不大愿意使用谚语,因为他们认为这些谚语过于老生常谈了。然而,谚语在书面英语和口语英语中还是使用得很广的。谚语可继续用在以家常话来谈论的日常生活当中,因而让我们想到我们祖先的智慧在今天对我们还是十分有用的。 Article/200802/27994。

India rapped over birth bias 印度因婴儿性别偏见遭谴责  India is seeking to get population growth down 印度正在寻求降低人口出生率的办法 The ed Nations Population Fund has taken India to task over its ratio of females to males. In a report marking World Population Day, the Fund's Michael Vlassof said that India's commitment to tackling issues such as female foeticide and infanticide, which helped to give India one of the worst female-male ratios, seemed to be quite low. The sex ratio in India, according to a recent survey, is 960 females to 1,000 males, and the Fund says it sees this imbalance as being due to the lower status of women in Indian society, to a preference for sons and the practices of female foeticide and infanticide. 联合国人口基金会对印度男女比例的失调进行了批评。在一份世界人口日的报告中,该基金会的Michael Vlassof说,在处理致使男女比例严重失调的堕女胎和杀女婴问题上,印度似乎行动很慢。最新调查结果表明,印度的男女比例是1000:960。该基金会说,它认为造成这一失衡的原因是妇女在印度社会中的较低地位、重男轻女的观念以及堕女胎和杀女婴行为。 Article/200803/31348。

PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER EIGHTLife with Mr. Rochester"I'm sorry if I'm rude, Miss Eyre. But I'm twenty years older, and more experienced, than you. Don't you think I can tell you when to speak?""Well, no, sir, not just because you're older than me. But if you had learned from your experiences and were very wise, maybe you could [-----1-----] me then." I said."Well, Miss Eyre, I haven't learned anything, so I don't agree with you! But will you obey my orders anyway?""Sir, not many masters ask if their servants want to obey them," I said, smiling."Of course! I'd forgotten that I pay you money! So will you agree because of the money?""No, sir, not because of that, I will agree because I see that you care whether a servant of yours is comfortable or not.""You are honest, and have feeling. There are not many girls like you.But perhaps I go too fast. Perhaps you have awful faults inside your head!""And perhaps you have too," I thought.He seemed to know what I was thinking, because he said quickly, "Yes, you're right. I have plenty of faults. When I was young I made terrible mistakes, and I have never made everything right again. I could have been a very different person. I might have been as good as you. I am not a bad man, but I have done wrong. Why am I telling you all this? Because you're the kind of person people can really talk to. You listen and can give them hope.""Do you think so, sir?""I do. You see, when my life was difficult, I became [-----2-----], and did some terrible things. Now all I can do is regret the past.""Asking forgiveness might help you, sir.""How do you know this, a young girl like you? You have never been out in the world, you have no experience in life. But you are right. I will try to lead a better life."I stood up. The [-----3-----] was becoming very serious, and hard to understand."I must put Adele to bed now, sir," I said."Don't be afraid of me, Miss Eyre. I have aly said that you are a very serious person. You don't laugh very much, perhaps because of your hard life at the Lowood School. But I know you have a strong mind, and in time you will learn to laugh and talk freely. You are like a bird in a cage. When you get out of the cage, you'll fly very high. Good night!" 填空 :1.command2.desperate3.conversation Article/200904/67504。