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《英语流行话题阅读:语境识词3500》 9 放飞心情暂无文本内容提要: 《英语流行话题阅读》为你开辟了一条提高英语的新捷径,引导你在愉快阅读中系统、快速地积累词汇、背景知识,提高快速阅读的技能。本丛书内容新颖翔实,具有极强的知识性、史料性、时代性与可读性,结构编排注意词汇与语言点的阶梯式循环出现,帮助读者在阅读中不断巩固,重复记忆。 本书是丛书的上卷,精选文章100篇,话题从加菲猫创造者到猫政治论,从汤姆·克鲁斯、哈里·波特到“美国偶像”,从智商、情商到爱商,从父亲节、狂欢节到美国高中生毕业舞会,从尼斯湖水怪到百慕大魔鬼三角洲,从当代购物狂到美国工作狂,从母亲到超级名模……为你展示了一个精的语言文化万花筒。每篇文章还附有精心编排的本文看点、经典句型、速记生词、知识链接等栏目,帮助你把握词汇重点,廓清语言难点,进一步开拓语言文化视野。 相关专题:英语导读1000句英语精美散文欣赏新概念优美背诵短文50篇 Article/200711/21386推特明星:Paris Hilton 帕丽斯·希尔顿推特原文:#BehindTheScenes of my new #ParisHiltonHandbags amp; Shoe Line campaign.推特译文:帕丽斯希尔顿手拿包系列和鞋子系列活动的制作幕后花絮。推特点拨:1) ”#behindthescenes”是”behind the scenes”的推特标籤,表示「舞台幕后花絮、制作花絮」。2) ”line”是指品牌的部门,表示「系列」的意思。 /201703/497841Now the Special English program "American Stories".Our story today is called “Tale For A Frosty Morning”, it was written by Merrill Pollack. Here is Shep O'Neal with our story.Ben was awakened by a gunshot. The shot noise came through the thick stone walls of the house. It was cold in the bedroom. Ben Newman was shaking as he got out of bed. He put on his eyeglasses and went over to the window. The field was covered with white frost. Nothing moved out there in the deep quiet just before sunrise. Ben looked past the field to the thick woods. Two weeks ago, he saw a deer among the trees. He held his breath with excitement; then the deer walked off. Ben wondered where the shot had come from. He thought perhaps he had dreamed he heard a gunshot. He looked out toward the frozen lake. Near the trees he saw a shining piece of metal. When it moved, Ben saw that it was a long gun. A minute later, a man came out of the woods, he wore hunting clothes. Suddenly, a bird flew upward, the man quickly put the gun to his shoulder and shot. Ben watched the bird praying it had not been hurt. It flew near the ground and went into some tall grass. "Safe," Ben thought. The hunter did not move for a moment; then he began to follow the bird. Hate for the hunter burned inside of Ben. "Hey!" he shouted.His voice cut through the stillness. The hunter stopped, but then continued to follow the bird. Ben shouted again, this time, the hunter did not stop. Ben started to move toward him, but Ben was in his nightclothes and he did not go far. Instead, he returned to the house, he got a metal shovel and hit the stone sides of the house so that the noise would warn the birds and animals of danger. The hunter looked back at Ben. “No hunting on my land.” Ben shouted. The man called “Where can I hunt?” The hunter started to walk away. Ben had just bought this house in the woods. He wanted to protect everything on his land. He thought that everyone would obey the signs “No Hunting.” Ben had just finished putting on his clothes when he heard another gunshot. This troubled him deeply. How could he stop this hunter?He walked toward the lake, he did not want to fight, but the man must go. He walked quietly. He wanted to surprise the hunter, but then what would he do? He could not fight the hunter. Suddenly, he heard a bird's wings beating the dry grass. Ben moved quickly toward the sound. He saw a colored head, the head of a beautiful pheasant bird. The bird did not move until Ben came close. Then it tried to fly away, but one wing was broken. Ben lifted the bird and held it close against his body. The bird fought to escape, but soon lay quietly in Ben’s arms. Its body was warm and heavy. Ben decided to take the bird home and fix its broken wing so that it could fly again. He was almost through the woods when he heard the hunter behind him. “You just find that bird?” the hunter asked.“Yes,” Ben answered, “it is mine.” Ben was afraid and tried to answer but his mouth was too dry to speak. But he wet his lips and said “No.” “I shot him, I say he is mine!” “But he is not dead yet,” Ben answered, “besides anything on my land belongs to me.”The hunter reached out for the bird. “I will have to kill it,” he said. “The bird will soon die anyway.” Ben got angry. “Get out of here,” he said, “I told you before and I am telling you again get off my land.” The hunter looked down at the little man and smiled. “Say, who are you?” Ben’s voice shook with both fear and anger. “I own this land; there are signs everywhere that say “No Hunting.” “No need to get angry, mister” the hunter said. ”Control yourself.” There were something threatening in the man’s cool quiet voice and he had a gun. His arms were free, Ben’s were not. The hunter stepped closer and said. “Give me that bird.” Ben was white with anger. “No!” he answered. His eyeglasses became wet. He had to look over the top of them to see the other man. “Give me the bird and I will go away,” the hunter said. “You get off my land,” Ben told him, “Get off right now, you do not belong here.” The man’s face got red. “Mister,” he said, “I have been hunting here all my life. I grew up here.” “That is a thing of the past,” Ben said, “I do not know who you are and I do not care. I own this place now; I am telling you to leave. You get off my land.” “Now, look, mister,” the hunter said, “be reasonable.” “I am trying to be as reasonable as I can,” said Ben, holding the bird tightly, “I just want you to get off my land.” The hunter raised his gun. A cold wind blew across Ben’s face. He looked into the hunter’s grey eyes. Ben was frightened. It was not too late, he thought. He could still give the bird to the hunter and return safely home…that would end this whole terrible business. The bird struggled weakly. It made a wild strange noise; then Ben knew he could never give this bird to the hunter. This feeling gave Ben great strength. He was no longer afraid. “I will never let you kill this bird,” he said. “Get away from here. If you try to take this bird I will fight. You have a gun and you are bigger, but that does not worry me. You will never get this bird. You will have to kill me first.” The 2 men looked at each other. Ben’s fear returned. His knees began to shake and he felt sick. Yet, he stood straight, wondering what would happen next. They stood close to each other for a long time. The woods were strangely quiet; then the hunter’s rough voice broke the silence. “You are a fool.” And to Ben’s surprise, he slowly walked away. Ben watched until the hunter was gone. His arms hurt. His body felt wet and cold. He went to the house. Ben carried the bird into the kitchen and put it gently on the floor. It did not move. Ben took off his foggy glasses and dried his face. The bird watched him. Ben smoothed its feathers with gentle fingers. He carefully studied the injured wing. There seemed to be no hope. The wing was pulled almost away from the body. The bullet had smashed the bone. Ben knew the bird was dying. There was noting he could do to help it. He wondered if birds felt pain. He wondered how long it took a bird to die. The hunter was right. The bird would soon die. There was just one thing to do now to stop its suffering. Ben could kill it quickly. He put his hands around the bird’s neck, but when he felt the warm life under his fingers, he could not kill this beautiful thing. Tears filled his eyes. He knew now what he would do. He would stay with the bird, smoothing its feathers until it died.You have been listening to the American Story "Tale For A Frosty Morning”. It was written by Merrill Pollack. It was published by the Anteyack Press. Your storyteller was Shep O'Neal. For VOA Special English this is Shirley Griffith. Article/200801/23630

释义:let that ( this,it ) happen 让那种事发生let 后面用 that ( this ) 或 it 取代事先提到过的事情,let that ( this, it ) happen 表示“让某种事情发生”。主要使用的形态为 not let ... happen,表示“不会让那种事情发生”。例句:Sorry about that. I won#39;t let it happen again.真抱歉,我不会再让这种事情发生了。Just don#39;t let it happen again, all right?再也别让这种事情发生了,好不?We#39;re not going to let that happen. I promise you.我们不会让这种事情发生的,我保。He says you let it happen.他说是你招致这种结果的。对话:A: I#39;m so sorry. I forgot to call you last night.很抱歉,我昨晚忘了给你打电话了。B: Don#39;t let it happen again! I was worried.再也不要让这种事情发生!我很担心。 /201701/490092

Welcome to English in a Minute!欢迎来到《一分钟英语》栏目!If two people are on the same page in a book, they are ing the same thing.如果两个人同样的一本书翻到了同一页,说明他们在看相同的内容。But is that what this idiom really means? On The Same Page但这是这个习语想要表达的意思吗? On The Same PageThat restaurant was great, but I hate coming home smelling like cigarette smoke.那家餐厅很棒,但是我讨厌回家的时候自己身上全都是香烟的味道。I hear you. I wish the city would finally ban smoking indoors.我明白。我真希望我们的城市能够最终禁止室内吸烟。We#39;re definitely on the same page there!我们终于统一意见了!If you#39;re on the same page as someone, it means you are thinking in a similar way.如果你跟某人翻到了同一页,意味着你们思考角度相似,It means you have a similar opinion about someone or something,也意味着你们对于某物某事有着相同看法,or have the same understanding about a topic.或者是针对某一话题有着同样的理解。You don#39;t actually have to be ing the same book as someone to have the same idea事实上你不需要跟他人阅读同一页来获取同样的观点this idiom can be used in all situations!这个习语可以应用在各种条件下!And that#39;s English in a Minute!以上就是本期的《一分钟英语》。 /201612/482114

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