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发布者: 宣委一郎 | 发布时间: 2012-3-23 12:06| 查看数: 16162| 评论数: 135|


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宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-7 22:31:49
Lesson ten

Not for jazz.

What happened to the clavichord?

We have an old musical instrument.

It is called a clavichord.

It was made in Germany in 1681.

Our clavichord is kept in the living room.

It has belonged to our family for a long time.

The instrument was bought by my grandfather many years ago.

Recently it was damaged by a visitor.

She tried to play jazz on it.

She struke(struck) the keys too hard and two of strings were broken.

My father was shocked.

Now we are not allowed to touch it.

It is being repared(repaired) by a friend of my father’s.
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-7 22:43:29
Lesson nine

A cold welcome

What does “a cold welcome” refer to?

On Wednesday evening, we went to the town hall.

It was last day of the year, and a large crowed of people had gathered under the town hall clock.

It would strake(strike) twelve in twenty minutes’ time.

Fifteen minutes passed and then, at five to twelve the clock stopped.

The big minute hand did not move.

We waited and waited, but nothing happened.

Suddenly someone shouted, it’s two minutes past twelve.(the clock has stopped!)

I looked at my watch.

It was true.

The big clock refused to welcome the new year.

At that moment, everybody began to laugh and sing.
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-9 11:20:46
L14:

lift英音:[lift]美音:[lɪft]



名词 n. (lift (ask for a lift ) 搭便车

1. 提,吊,升,举[C]

With a graceful lift of her hand, she dismissed him.



她轻盈地一抬手把他打发走了。

2. 【英】电梯[C]

He took the lift to the top floor.



他搭电梯来到顶楼。

3. 顺便搭载[C]

He gave me a lift to the station.



他让我搭便车去车站。











宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-9 15:32:13
L14:

journey英音:['dʒə:ni]美音:['dʒɝnɪ]



名词 n. [C]

1. 旅行[(+to)]

Two days later, they resumed their journey.



两天以后,他们继续旅行。

2. 旅程,行程

It is one day's journey to get to the seaside.



到海滨是一天的行程。





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it's a long long journey

这是一段很长很长的旅程

till i know where i'm supposed to be

直到我明白哪里是我认为的去处

it's a long long journey

这是一段很长很长的旅程

i don't know if i can believe

而我不知道是否能相信

when shadows fall and block my eyes

当阴影落下阻挡了我的视线

i am lost and know that i must hide

我失败了并且明白我必须躲藏

it's a long long journey

这是一段很长很长的旅程

till i find my way home to you

直到我找到回家的路是走向你

many days i've spent drifting on through empty shores

我曾用尽了许多日子来回漂流在无人的岸边

wondering what's my purpose

疑惑着我的目的是什么

wondering how to make me strong

疑惑着如何使自己更坚强

i know you'll be standing by my side

我知道我将会变的脆弱

i know i will falter i know i will cry

我将会哭泣我知道你将会站在我的身边

it's a long long journey

这是一段很长很长的旅程

and i need to be close to you

而我需要更向你靠近

sometimes it feels no one understands

有时候这种感觉没有人能了解

i don't even know why i do the things i do

我不曾知道为何我完成了那件做过的事

when pride builds me up till i can't see my soul

当骄傲像高墙般将我拱起 直到我看不到自己的灵魂

will you break down these walls and pull me through

你是否会拉著我穿越过这高墙

cause it's a long long journey

因为这是一段很长很长的旅程

till i feel that i am worth the price

直到我觉得那代价是值得的

you paid for me on calvary

你给了我基督受难像

beneath those stormy skies

在这暴风雪的影响下

when satan mocks and friends turn to foes

当人们魔鬼般的嘲弄 一个个变成敌人

it feel like everything is out to make me lose control

感觉就像每件事我因来不及而失去控制

coze it's a long long journey

这是一段很长很长的旅程

till i find my way home to you...to you

直到我找到回家的路是走向你...走向你
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-9 20:39:35

Lesson fourteen

Do you speak English?

Did the young man speak English?

I hand an amusing experience last year.

After I had left a small village in thesouth of France.

I drove on (to)the next town.

On the way, a young man waved to me.

I stopped and he asked me for a lift.

As soon as he got into the car, I said “goodmorning!” to him in franch(french) and he replied in the same language.

Apart from a few words, I (do not)know anyfranch(french) at all.

Neither of us spoke during the journey.

(I had nearly reached the town,)When I arrivedthe town,

When the young man suddenly (said)speak, andvery slowly.

“Do you speak English?”

As I soon learnt, he was English himself.

宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-10 11:34:51
L15:

nervous英音:['nə:vəs]美音:['nɝvəs]



形容词 a.

1. 神经质的;紧张不安的[(+of/about)]

He's nervous of strangers.



他见到陌生人就感到紧张不安。

宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-10 16:11:16
L15:

extra英音:['ekstrə]美音:['ɛkstrə]



形容词 a.

1.额外的;外加的[B]

I don't suppose they wanted any extra help.



我想他们不需要额外帮助。



葡萄酒白兰地等级  EXTRA 是法国著名白兰地干邑酒品牌公司人头马君度集团(Remy Cointreau)对于旗下的葡萄酒白兰地干邑品牌“人头马”(Remy Martin)的等级划分之一。

  法国葡萄酒的等级是根据产区划分的,其中白兰地等级则是根据桶贮时间划分的。

  人头马的生产标准高于干邑产区生产法令规定的标准,陈化期 7 年以下的是 V.S.,达到 7 年的是 V.S.O.P.,达到 15 年的是 NAPOLEON(即“拿破仑”级),超过 20 年的是 X.O.,

超过 30 年的是 EXTRA(“特别的”,专供免税系统)又称 L'AGED'OR(即“金色年代”),


达到 50 年以上的就是 Louis ⅩⅢ(“路易十三”)了

益达(Extra)

是1984年箭牌公司在美国推出的第一款无糖口香糖,并在短短五年之内跃居全球无糖口香糖的第一品牌。在中国,箭牌公司是从1996年开始在广东率先推出“益达”无糖口香糖的。现在,“益达”无糖口香糖的销售网络已经覆盖了国内逾300座城市,深受中国消费者的青睐。
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-10 21:24:53
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-11 09:45:19
Lesson fifteen

Good news

What was the good news?

The secretary told me that Mr. Harmsworth would see me.

I felt very nervous when I went into his office.

He did not look up from his desk when I entered.

After I (had)sat down, he (said)[told me] that business was very bad.

He told me that the firm could not afford to pay such large salaries.

Twenty people had already left.

I knew that my turn had come.

“Mr. Harmsworth!” I said in a weak voice.

“Don’t interrupt!” he said.

Then he smiled and told me I would receive an extra thousand pounds a year.
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-11 10:02:21
Fourteen

Do you speak English?

Did the young man speak English?

I had an amusing experience last year.

After I had left a small village in the south of France.

I drove on to the next town.

On the way a young man waved to me.

I stopped and he asked me for a lift.

As soon as he had got into the car, I said good morning to him in the French, (and)he replied [to] (in) the same language.

Apart from a few words, I do not know(any) French at all.

Neither or us spoke during the journey.

[When] I nearly reached the town, (when)the young man suddenly said, very slowly.

“Do you speak English?”

As I soon learnt he was English himself.
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-11 10:14:50
插播广告:

A person who truely loves you is someone who can sees the pain in your eyes, while everyone else still believe in the smile on your face...

当所有人都因为看到你面上的笑容,而相信你是快乐的;一个真正爱你的人,却能从你的眼中看到你的痛苦。
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-11 22:54:35
Sixteen

A polite request

What was the polite request?

If you park your car in the wrong place, a traffic policeman will soon find it.

You will be very lucky if he lets you go without a ticket.

However, this does not always happen.

(The) traffic police are sometimes very polite.

During a holiday in Sweden, I found this note on my car“sir, we welcome you to our city. This is no parking area. You will enjoy your stay if you pay attention to our street signs. This note is only a reminder.”

If you receive a (request like this)[like this polite request], you cannot fail to obey it!
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-12 15:08:25
L17:

in spite of英音:[in 'spait əv]



I went out in spite of the rain.



尽管下雨我仍外出了。



We arrived at the station in spite of the storm.

虽然有暴风雨,我们依旧准点到达火车站。



despite与in spite of

Despite用作介词时,与 in spite of同义,都表示“尽管”、“虽然”、“不顾”之意,但程度有所不同。

一般说来,in spite of的语气较强,使用范围也较广; despite的语气较弱,多用于诗歌或正式的文体中。Despite可以写作despite of,也可以写作 in despite of;in spite of则可以写作 spite of,但这些写法已少用了。
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-12 19:16:09
If anyone ever asks her how old she is.请问这句话中的ever是什么意思

ever 副词 ad.

1.(多用于疑问句、否定句和表示条件和比较的附属从句)在任何时候;从来;至今

If you ever see George, give him my kind regards.

如果你见到乔治,请代我向他致以亲切的问候。

She was happier than she had ever been.

她比以前任何时候都更高兴。

He is one of the very best men I have ever met.

他是我遇见的最好的人之一。

No such person ever existed.

这样的人从来没有存在过。

Have you ever been to London?

你到过伦敦吗?

If anyone ever asks her how old she is, she always answers, 'Darling, it must be terrible to be grown up.

(1)anyone 为什么不用someone呢,是因为有how old she is 这个疑问句吗

(2)to be grown up 是不定式 to be(成为) grown up(名词,成年人)

还是被动语态 be +grown up (grow up 动词,变为过去分词grown up 形式)

首先第一个问,anyone是用于疑问句和否定句的,而someone是用于肯定句中的,而且翻译:如果有人问她她多大了她总是回答。。“总是”前面对应的翻译也应该是如果任何人问她她才能总是,而不是如果有某人问她,第一个问题明白了吗?

第二个问,这个是 it is +adj.+ to 的句型,这里的长大不是被动语态,而是一种动词不定式表示将来的句子,跟被动没有关系,而且长大也不能是被长大,对不?希望你努力学习哦,有不明白的再问我。
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-12 19:35:24
十七课的四部分:

1、Jennifer的年龄

2、Jennifer的近期演出

3、Jennifer的去年演出

4、Jennifer的回答
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-13 10:14:05
Lesson seventeen

Always young

Why doesn’t Aunt Jennifer tell anyone how old she is?

My aunt Jennifer is an actress.

She must be at least thirty-five years old.

In spite of this, she often appears on the stage as a young girl.

Jennifer will (have to )[be] take part in a new play soon.

In the play, she must appear in a bright red dress and long black stockings.

Last year in another play, she had to wear short socks and a bright orange-coloured dress.

If anyone ever asks her how old she is?

She always answers, “Darling, it[’s] must be terrible to be grown up!”
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-13 15:02:39
Lesson sixteen

A polite request

What was the polite request?

If you park your car in the wrong place.

A traffic policeman will soon find it.

You will be very lucky if he lets you go without a ticket.

However, this does not always happen.

Traffic police are sometimes very polite.

During a holiday in Sweden.

I found this note on my car.

“sir, we welcome you to our city. This is no parking area. You will enjoy your stay here if you pay attention to our street signs. This note is only a reminder.”

If you receive a request like this, you cannot fail to obey it.
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-14 11:35:26
Lesson eighteen

He often does this!

What had happened to the writer’s bag?

After I had had lunch at a village pub, I looked for my bag.

I had left it on a chair beside the door and now it wasn’t there.

As I looking for it, the landlord came in.

“did you have a good meal?” he asked.

“yes, thank you,” I answered, “but I can’t pay the bill, I haven’t got my bag.”

The landlord smiled and immediately went out.

In a few minutes, he returned with my bag and gave it back to me.

“I’m very sorry!” he said. ”my dog had taken it into the garden, he often does this!”
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-14 11:44:16
Lesson seventeen

Always young!

Why doesn’t aunt Jennifer tell anyone how old she is?

My aunt Jennifer is an actress.

She must be at least thirty-five years old.

In spite of this, she often appears on the stage as a young a girl.

Jennifer will (have to) take part in a new play soon.

(This time she will be a girl of seventeen.)

In the play, she must appear in a bright red dress and long black stockings.

Last year in another play, she had to wear short socks and a bright orange-coloured dress.

If anyone asks her how old she is?

She always answers ”Darling! It must be terrible to be grown up.”

还是忘了昨天就忘记的那句话,郁闷!!
宣委一郎 发表于 2012-4-14 11:52:19
Lesson sixteen

A polite request

What was the polite request?

If you park your car in the wrong place, a traffic policeman will soon find it.

You will be very lucky if he lets you go without a ticket.

However this does not always happen.

Traffic police are sometimes very polite.

During a holiday in Sweden, I found this note on my car:

[Dear] sir, we welcome you to our city. This is no parking area, you will enjoy your stay here if you pay attention to our street signs. This note is only a reminder.

If you received a request like this, you cannot fail to obey it!
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