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My room at home was too small me. I barely had room all the little knickknacks I'd collected over the years. There were so many things I had to pack away in boxes and store in closets all over the house. Oftentimes I didn't quite remember exactly where everything was.我在家里的房间很小,偏偏我平时又喜欢搜集一些可爱的小玩意,几年下来,各种各样小玩意就渐渐摆满了我的房间对那些摆放不下的东西,我只好忍痛将他们打包放进纸箱里,然后再塞进家里大大小小的储物柜里面,通常情况下我都不记得这些东西的具体存放位置There were all the notes my girlfriends and I passed throughout junior high, along with all the goofy poems my first boyfriend paid his friends to write and passed along to me as his originals. I also had a separate box rose petals collected from past birthdays, Valentine's Days, anniversaries, and proms. I kept all my pictures in neatly organized albums on the bottom shelf of my bookcase. I had jewelry that I never wore but I thought I might someday need stashed away all over my room. I also saved birthday and Christmas cards, leaves that had fallen from the trees the previous fall, and medals I won participating in piano recitals. On another shelf of my bookcase I even had a brick I found on the playground at my elementary school.在这些小玩意当中,有我和初三的女伴们互传的小纸片,还有我的第一任男朋友的蹩脚情诗--还不是他自己写的,是他掏腰包请他的朋友代写的,然后大言不惭地跟我说是他自己写的我还有一个专门放玫瑰花瓣的箱子,花瓣都是我在历年的生日、情人节、各种周年纪念日和舞会上收集回来的我还把照片整理成相册,整整齐齐地放在书架的底层上我还留着一些自己从来都没戴过的首饰,想着哪一天要把它们好好藏在房间的每一个角落我仍然保存着各式各样的生日卡和圣诞卡,去年秋天的落叶,还有我参加钢琴演奏会时赢回来的奖牌在书架的另外一层甚至还摆着一块砖头,那还是我上小学的时候在操场上拾回来的I'm not exactly sure why I saved everything, but I have some sort of idea. I never wanted to get the great times I'd had growing up. I always feared I'd become one of those adults who couldn't relate to children because they simply couldn't remember having been children themselves. I wanted to remember the flowers my brother gave me when no other boy would. I wanted to someday look back at pictures of my first trip to Panama City. some strange reason, I wanted to remember the day my playmates and I found that broken brick on the playground and thought our school was being broken into.我也不清楚为什么自己要保留这些东西,我只能说一些模糊的理解,我觉得是想让自己铭记成长过程中的美好时光有些成年人不能理解孩子的想法,因为他们根本不记得自己也曾是一个孩子,而我总是害怕会变成这样的人当没有其他男孩子送花给我的时候,哥哥送了花给我,我想永远记住那些花儿我也希望可以通过看照片回想起自己第一次去巴拿马城的情景我还记得那天我和玩伴在操场上发现那块烂砖头的时候,我们还以为学校遭打劫了呢我也说不出为什么,我就希望当自己看回这块砖头的时候,我还能回想起当时的想法So I kept my life stored away in my bedroom, tucked neatly into boxes, stacked high up in my closet, on display on my bookcases, stashed discreetly away in my underwear drawer in hopes I'd never get anything. I loved my room because it was all about me. I didn't have to share it with anyone else. My memories didn't have to mingle with a sibling's or roommate's. My room at home was just that ... my room, full of my things.于是我将我的生活点滴就这样储存在我的卧室里,整整齐齐地叠放在箱子里,高高地堆放在储物柜里,或是陈列在书架里,小心翼翼地藏在存放内衣的抽屉里,惟恐自己遗漏了什么我很喜欢自己的房间,因为它处处充满了我的气息我不用与任何人共用房间,我的回忆也不会与兄弟或室友的相混杂我在家的房间是我自己私人的世界,到处都是我自己的东西Now that I'm away from home, enrolled in college, and sharing ten cubic feet with another girl, my old bedroom doesn't seem so small. I try my hardest to make my half of the room personal to me, but in a space so small, that proves almost impossible. Occasionally her books will find their way to my half of the desk, or her shoes will be near my closet. Sometimes crumbs from the crackers she's eating litter my half of the carpet, and every so often, her hair brush begins to hang around with mine.后来我考进了大学,也就离开了家,和一个女孩共住一间十立方英尺的宿舍,现在我再也不觉得家里的房间小了我竭尽全力地维护属于自己的一半领地,可地方实在太窄了,事实明我的努力都是徒劳的有时候她的书会很自然地出现在我的半边桌子上,或是我的鞋柜里冒出她的鞋子有时候,在她吃饼干的时候,饼干屑还会掉落在我的半边地毯上她的梳子也开始和我的梳子混在了一起I don't have room all the little memories I cherish. I only brought a handful of pictures from home, left behind all my yearbooks, as well as my dried flowers and "who loves who" notes. Perhaps the worst part about the whole ordeal is that I don't have room to start any new collections. The threat is there that I won't have anything to remind me of my college years. That's a really scary thought me. This place where I sleep and study isn't my room. It's just a room.由于没有地方摆放所有记载着珍贵记忆片段的物品,我也没有从家里带来年鉴和干花,也没有拿来写着“谁爱谁”的纸条,只带了一叠相片过来我想开始收集其它东西,却没有地方存放,这可是这段苦难最惨痛的部分啊而由此造成的危害是:我将没有能让自己记起大学岁月的物品想到这,我就心慌意乱我睡觉和学习的这个地方不再是属于我的天地;它只是一个房间而已 South Carrick Hall is just a place to sleep, study, and watch my roommate watch TV. It's filled with textbooks, CD-ROMs, and dishes ... things that aren't supposed to be in a bedroom. There's only room one stuffed animal and three posters which have a hard time staying on brico-block walls. I hate the fact that there's a microwave and refrigerator in the room where I sleep, and I hate that I'm responsible filling them.南卡尔克宿舍房只是一个睡觉、学习和看着我室友看电视的地方房间里摆满了课本、光碟和盘子,尽是一些不应该出现在卧室里的东西剩下的空间只够放一只毛公仔和三张海报,要呆在粗糙的墙壁上,这些海报可真够呛的我讨厌把微波炉和电冰箱摆在我睡觉的地方,也讨厌自己总要往里面塞放食物Maybe even worse than my new room's lack of personality is the lack of privacy it offers. Occasionally, and especially during home-coming, my roommate comes in after I've gone to sleep. She doesn't mean to wake me up, but when she starts her nightly contact-removal ritual, I can't help but hear what seems like thousands of different cleaning solution bottles bumping around the sink. I've been known to bother her too. During the day when I'm trying to study, my typing interferes with her enjoyment of "The Loveboat," "Days of Our Lives," and "Another World."我的新居没有个性,这已经够糟糕了,但更糟糕的是我老是要受到干扰有时候,尤其在晚上室友回宿舍的时候她总要把我从梦中吵醒她也不是故意要吵醒我,可是她每晚睡前例行的“脱隐形眼镜仪式”总让我心烦意乱,我觉得仿佛有上千瓶的隐形眼镜清洗液在洗手盆里摇来晃去当然了,我也有干扰她的时候当我集中精神学习的时候,我打字的声音也让她很扫兴,这样她就不能专注地追那些肥皂剧,像《爱之舟、《我们的生活和《异度空间My roommate is not the only one who deprives me of privacy and makes a room that is not really my own. The girls next door to me see me as a back-up grammar check when their computers don't catch every mistake. I can't lock them out because it's not my room to lock. I can't say, "Go away," because they've gotten to be really good friends and I can't be rude to people I care about.我的室友剥夺了我的私人空间,使室不能真正成为我自己的房间,而她也不是唯一这样做的人隔壁的女孩们把我当作后备的“语法检测器”,当她们的电脑不能找出文章的每处语法错误时,她们就跑来求救我不能要她们吃闭门羹,因为这不只是我的房间,我不能把它紧锁我也不能对她们说:“走开”,因为她们都是我要好的朋友,我不能粗鲁地对待那些我所关心的人The lack of privacy thing really bothers me. Not only do I live in a room that acts as a bedroom, study, kitchen, living room, and bathroom, I don't even get to be miserable in it by myself. Sometimes misery does not love company. Rather, it is created by company. If I can't decorate my room to my liking, I should at least be able to suffer in it alone. But dormitories are not being alone - I've been told - they're about learning to get along with others. (Maybe I'll see the positive results of this nightmare when I'm giving advice to my own children when they begin college, but the moment, I'm completely oblivious to them.)没有私人空间真的让我很苦恼我住的房间既是卧室,也是书房、厨房、起居室和卫生间,而且我还不能一个人在里面痛苦受罪有时候,一个痛苦的人是不喜欢别人陪伴的其实痛苦往往就是源于陪伴如果我不能照自己的喜好装饰房间,至少也得让我独自呆在里面受苦啊但已经有人告诉过我了,宿舍不是你独处的地方,而是让你学会和别人相处的地方(也许到了将来某一天,在我给开始上大学的儿女提建议的时候,我可以意识到住宿舍的好处可现在在我看来,住宿舍就是一场噩梦,我没有发现其中的任何好处)There is some good news, however. Though she annoys me to no end, sometimes my roommate is just the person I want to see. I didn't get to know her habits so well without her taking in a few of mine. She oftentimes knows what I'm going to say even bee I do, and most of the time she knows exactly when not to say anything to me at all. She's friend as well as foe, and I'd probably miss her if she left. The same sentiments apply to my neighbors. It's really quite flattering that they, even if somewhat mistakenly, consider me some sort of grammar goddess.然而,好处还是有的对于我的室友,虽然我总是不胜其烦,但有时她正是我想见到的人如果她没有接纳我的一些习惯,我也不会对她的习惯了如指掌通常,我还没开口她就知道我要说什么了;而且,在我不想和人答腔的时候,她都能感受到,并做到缄口不言她集朋友和敌人于一身,如果她离开了,我就会挂念她对于我的隔壁宿舍的邻居们,我也有同样的感觉她们把我当作--即使是“误”当作--语法女神,我还是觉得非常荣幸And perhaps most important is the next thought. While I don't live in a room that's completely mine anymore, and probably won't ever again, I do find comt in the knowledge that somewhere there's a pink, green, and white bedroom with a brick on the bookshelf, a diary in the underwear drawer, and an air of privacy that belongs strictly to me. It may not be my room as often as I'd like, but it will wait me, just like I sit and wait it. 也许接下来的想法才是重要的:虽然现在我不住在完全属于我的房间里,也许以后也不会,可是我相信在某个地方有个完全属于我的私人空间--卧房是粉红色、绿色和白色相间的,书架上放了一块砖头,内衣抽屉里面还放着一本日记本,想到这些我就觉得油然欣慰这个房间不总是如我所愿,可它会等着我这个主人,正如我现在在宿舍里坐着等它 1。

  • 英语口语交际练习题 --5 ::3 来源: 英语口语交际练习题  1. “May I borrow your paper?” “____.”   A. By all means B. Never mind   C. You are welcomeD. Don’t mention it   . _____, Timmy, act like a big boy now.   A. Come on B. Pardon me   C. You are rightD. Don’t mention it   3. He pushed his way through the crowd, saying “_____.”   A. Never mind B. With pleasure   C. Go ahead D. Excuse me   . “I’d like to take a week’s holiday.” “_____, we’re just too busy.”   A. Don’t worry   B. Don’t mention it   C. get it   D. Pardon me   5. “I’m so sorry about that cup.” “Oh,_____ —I’ve got plenty.”   A. that’s right   B. bad luck   C. sorry   D. get it   6.“Do you mind if I smoke?” “_____.”   A. Yes, please   B. Never mind   C. Go ahead   D. No, please don’t   7. “I’m going to have a job interview tomorrow.” “Oh,_____!”   A. Cheers B. Good luck   C. Come onD. Congratulations   8. “Might I have some more b?” “_____!”   A. How come B. Take your time   C. Yes, go onD. Please help yourself   9. “Do you need any help with those heavy bags?” “No, thanks._____.”   A. Never mind B. All right   C. I can manage D. You are welcome   . “The film is worth seeing twice.” “_____. It’s not at all interesting.”   A. I couldn’t agree less B. I couldn’t agree more   C. I’m afraid soD. Never mind   .“I think it’s a bad idea.” “_____. I don’t like it either.”   A. I couldn’t agree moreB. I believe not   C. I’m afraid not D. I don’t think so   .“Have a drink?” “No thanks,_____.”   A. I do mind B. I don’t like itC. Never mindD. I’d rather not   .“I hear Johnson was badly injured in the accident.” “_____, let’s go and see him.”   A. What’s moreB. If so   C. Where possible D. When necessary   . “Can I come?” “_____; there might not be room in the car.”   A. That’s OK B. Never mind   C. That depends D. It doesn’t matter   . “I’ve spilled some coffee on the carpet.” “_____”   A. That’s right.B. It doesn’t matter.   C. That’s rude. D. Please don’t.   . “Red or white wine?” “Oh, either. _____”   A. That’s right.B. It doesn’t matter.   C. Never mind.D. After you.   . “It was so kind of you to give us a lift.” “Don’t mention it;_____.”   A. that’s right. B. it doesn’t matter.   C. never mind.D. it was a pleasure   18. We can either eat now or after the show. — _____.   A. It just depends B. It’s up to you   C. All rightD. Glad to hear that   19. I don’t think I’ll need any money but I’ll bring some,_____ .   A. just in caseB. it depends C. as usualD.with pleasure   . “Thank you helping me.” “_____.”   A. With pleasure B. Never mindC. My pleasureD. Never say that   1. “I’m afraid I’ve lost that wallet you gave me.” “Well,_____ , I can easily buy you another one.”   A. all rightB. not at all   C. never mindD. don’t mention it   . “I think you should phone Jenny and say sorry to her.” “_____. It was her fault.”  A. No way B. Not possible C. No chance D. Not at all   3._____ the children are excited—this is the first time they’ve been abroad.   A. After all B. All rightC. No wonderD. Never mind   . “You must find such long hours very tiring.” “_____ . I enjoyed it.”   A. After allB. Never mind   C. Not in the leastD. That’s all right   5.“Do you want to go to the movie, Jane?” “_____. I feel like doing something different.”   A. Don’t mention itB. I don’t want it   C. I don’t think so D. Not really   6. “Hello, may I speak to Jim Smith?” “Yes,_____”   A.Talking.B. Speaking.   C. I’m Mr. Smith. D. Who are you?   7.“Shall we eat Italian food tonight?” “Yes,_____”   A. Not at all. B. Why not?C. Never mind.D. What of it?   . “Would you take this along to the office me?” “_____.”   A. My pleasure   B. With pleasure   C. Never mind   D. Not at all      【参考】   1—5 AADCD   6—CBDCA   — ADB   — BDBAC   1—5 CACCD   6— BBB 口语交际练习题。
  • 在家中的生活习惯用语 -- :36:38 来源: 我经常下班以后运动I usually work out after work. *work out“训练,运动”I usually go to the gym after work.I usually exercise after work.我开始慢跑锻炼Ive started jogging.Ive started jogging. (我开始慢跑锻炼)Since when? (什么时候开始的?)我戒烟了I quit smoking. *quit“辞职,改变习惯”No, thanks. I quit smoking. (不,谢谢,我已经戒了)Good you. (你真伟大)I stopped smoking.I dont smoke anymore.Ive become a non-smoker.I no longer smoke.你常做梦吗?Do you dream often?Do you often have dreams?Do you dream a lot?最近我总是丢三落四的Ive been getful lately.Ive been getful these days. 日常英语 英语口语。
  • 美国口语爱情惯用语句拾零 -01-7 19:: 来源: You are a dreamboat. 你是位(异性所追求的)理想人选You are such a dish. 你是个绝色美人I've been dying to meet you. 我非常非常想见到你Every time I see you, you leave me out in the cold. 每次我见到你,你都不睬我I only have eyes you . 我只在意你I'd do anything to see you crack a smile. 为了得你的一笑,我情愿做任何事You swept me off my feet. 你使我神魂颠倒You don't have a care in the world. 你不知人间烦恼为何物I'm still trying to get to second base with you. 我仍旧试着想和你发展到‘第二阶段’(在美国,first base 指拉手,接吻,second base 指抚等,third base指做爱)If you don't want to lose me, you'd better lay it on the line. 如果你不想失去我,就最好一五一十地告诉我吧Tell me your story, I'm all ears. 告诉我你的故事,我洗耳恭听Someday, when your ship come in, you'll build your dream house. 总有一天,当你有钱时,你会建造你梦想的家I hope your idea takes wing. 我希望你的想法成真I wish that you would put your cards on the table. 我希望你干脆把话挑明Have you ever seen your old flame? 你还见过你的旧情人吗If the shoe fits, wear it. 如果是真的就承认吧This experience will make me show my true color. 这种经历将使我暴露我的本性I have a bottomed-down mind. 我是个没有什么独到见解的人I have no direction, I just get wherever the wind blows. 我没有方向,只是随风到处飘I can't burn the candle at both ends ever. 我不能永远这么过分地消耗精力We could make beautiful music together. 我们也许会是和谐幸福的一对儿You are always trying to get my goat. 你总是想惹我发火I'm a man of my word. 我是个讲信用的人Someday you're going to have to face the music your actions. 总有一天,你将不得不承担自己的行为所带来的后果Just cool your heels! 好了,安静会儿吧Save your breath! I don't want to hear it. 不要说了,我不想听Really You are so bad! 真的吗?你真棒!! 语句 爱情 口语 your。
  • Old Meg She was a GipsyI.OLD MEG she was a Gipsy, And liv'd upon the Moors Her bed it was the brown heath turf, And her house was out of doors.II.Her apples were swart blackberries, Herr currants pods o'broom; Her wine was dew of the wild white rose, Her book a churchyard tomb.III.Her Brothers were the craggy hills, Her Sisters larchen trees - Alone with her great family She live'd as she did pleaseIV.No breakfast had she many a morn, No dinner many a noon, And 'stead of supper she would stare Full hard against the Moon.V.But every morn of woodbine fresh She made her garlanding, And every night the dark glen Yew She wove, and she would sing.VI.And with her fingers old and brown She plaited mats o' Rushes, And gave them to the Cottagers She met among the Bushes.VII.Old Meg was brave as Margaret Queen And tall as Amazon An old red blanket cloak she wore; A chip hat had she on. God rest her aged bones somewhere - She died full long agone! 95。
  • 英语口语学习 -01-7 00::7 来源: 1. After you.(你先请这是一句很常用的客套话,在进/出门,上车得场合你都可以表现一下). I just couldn't help it.(我就是忍不住)3. Don't take it to heart.(别往心里去,别为此而忧虑伤神生活实例:This test isn't that important. Don't take it to heart. ). We'd better be off.(我们该走了例:It's getting late. We'd better be off . )5. Let's face it.(面对现实吧常表明说话人不愿意逃避困难的现状参考例句:I know it's a difficult situation. Let's face it, OK? )6. Let's get started.(咱们开始干吧劝导别人时说:Don't just talk. Let's get started. )7. I'm really dead.(我真要累死了坦诚自己的感受时说:After all that work, I’m really dead. )8. I've done my best.(我已尽力了)9. Is that so?(真是那样吗?常用在一个人听了一件事后表示惊讶、怀疑). Don't play games with me!(别跟我耍花招!). I don't know sure.(我不确切知道Stranger:Could you tell me how to get to the town hall? Tom: I don't know sure. Maybe you could ask the policeman over there. ). I'm not going to kid you.(我不是跟你开玩笑的Karin:You quit the job? You are kidding. Jack: I'm not going to kid you. I'm serious.) . That's something.(太好了,太棒了A: I'm granted a full scholarship this semester. B: Congratulations. That's something.) . Brilliant idea!(这主意真棒!这主意真高明!). Do you really mean it?(此话当真?Michael:Whenever you are short of money, just come to me. David: Do you really mean it?) . You are a great help.(你帮了大忙). I couldn't be more sure.(我再也肯定不过)18. I am behind you.(我持你A: Whatever decision you're going to make, I am behind you. )19. I'm broke.(我身无分文). Mind you!(请注意!听着!也可仅用Mind 模范例句:Mind you! He's a very nice fellow though bad-tempered. )1. You can count on it.(你尽管相信好了,尽管放心A:Do you think he will come to my birthday party? B: You can count on it.) . I never liked it anyway.(我一直不太喜欢这东西当朋友或同事不小心摔坏你的东西时就可以用上这句话给他一个台阶,打破尴尬局面:Oh, don't worry. I'm thinking of buying a new one. I never liked it anyway. )3. That depends.(看情况再说例:I may go to the airport to meet her. But that depends. ). Congratulations.(恭喜你,祝贺你)5. Thanks anyway.(无论如何我还是得谢谢你当别人尽力要帮助你却没帮成时,你就可以用这个短语表示谢意)6. It's a deal.(一言为定Harry:Haven't seen you ages. Let's have a get-together next week. Jenny: It's a deal) 学习 英语口语 you. really。
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