原标题: 贵州不孕不育天伦
Katharine Hepburn, 1907-2003: An Independent and Intelligent ActressShe has been called the greatest American actress of all time. VOICE ONE:I'm Steve Ember. VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein with People in America in VOA Special English. Today we tell about Katharine Hepburn, one of America's great film and stage actresses. Hepburn's career lasted almost seventy years. During that time she made more than fifty films. She became known all over the world for her independence, sharp intelligence, and acting ability. Katharine Hepburn holds the record for the most Academy Awards for Best Actress. She won the honor four times. This star holds a special place in American film and popular culture.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Katharine Houghton Hepburn was born in Hartford, Connecticut in nineteen oh seven. She came from a wealthy and highly educated family. Her father, Thomas Hepburn, was a successful doctor. Her mother, Katharine Martha Houghton, was a great supporter of women's rights issues including the right to birth control. The Hepburns made sure to educate their children about important political and social subjects. The family members were not afraid to express their liberal opinions. VOICE TWO:Doctor Hepburn also believed in the importance of intense exercise. For most of her life Kate was an excellent athlete. She rode horses, swam and played golf and tennis. Here is a recording of Katharine Hepburn from a film about her life. She is talking about the values her family taught her. She says she is not strange, but is fearless."I don't think I'm an eccentric, no! I'm just something from New England that was very American and brought up by two extremely intelligent people…who gave us a kind of, I think the greatest gift that man can give anyone, and that is…sort of freedom from fear."VOICE ONE:Katharine graduated from Bryn Mawr college in Pennsylvania in nineteen twenty-eight. She soon started appearing in small roles in plays on Broadway in New York City. That year she also married a businessman named Ludlow Ogden Smith. Their marriage lasted only a few years. But Katherine later said Ludlow's support was very important to her during the early part of her career. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO: Katharine Hepburn was not the usual kind of actress during this period. She had a thin and athletic body. She spoke with a clear East Coast accent. And she was very independent in her thoughts and actions. For example, she wore men's pants as clothing at a time when women wore only skirts or dresses. Sometimes her independence and liberal opinions got her in trouble. After a few successful plays in New York, Hollywood filmmakers became interested in her. She later signed with the film production company called RKO pictures. Her first movie came out in nineteen thirty-two.VOICE ONE:The next year she made the film "Morning Glory." In her role as Eva Lovelace, Hepburn plays a stage actress fighting for a successful career. Few directors are interested in her. But by the end of the movie, she has a chance to let her acting skills shine and she becomes a star. This movie earned Hepburn her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Here is a recording from the movie. Hepburn's character, Eva, tells about how she has changed her name in preparation for becoming a great actress. She talks very quickly, but you can sense the energy behind her performance."I hope you're going to tell me your name. I want you for my first friend in New York. Mine's Eva Lovelace. It's partly made up and partly real. It was Eva Love. Love's my family name. I added the Lace. Do you like it or would you prefer something shorter? A shorter name would be more convenient on a sign.Still, Eva Lovelace in "Camille" for instance, or Eva Lovelace in "Romeo and Juliet," sounds very distinguished, doesn't it? I don't want to use my family name because I shall probably have several scandals while I live and I don't want to cause them any trouble until I am famous, when nobody will mind.That's why I must decide on something at once while there is still time, before I am famous." VOICE TWO:During the nineteen thirties, critics either loved or hated Katharine Hepburn. Some thought she was a fresh and exciting addition to the Hollywood industry. Others decided she was too bold and self-important. They thought her way of speaking sounded false. But Hepburn wanted to face the movie industry her own way. She liked to play the roles of strong women. She did not want to be like other actresses. She did not wear make up on her face. She would not let photographers take sexy pictures of her. And she did not like talking to her fans or the media. VOICE ONE:Katharine Hepburn continued to work very hard making movies. Yet by the late nineteen thirties she had became unpopular with the public. So movie producers stopped wanting her in their films.But Hepburn was not raised to quit easily. She decided to return to the stage on Broadway in New York City. She starred in a play called "The Philadelphia Story." Hepburn's friend Philip Barry wrote the play especially for her. It is about a wealthy and intelligent woman named Tracy Lord. She is about to marry a man she does not love. In the movie she learns to be more honest with herself and others. She decides to marry a man from her past whom she has always loved. VOICE TWO:The play was a great success. Hepburn immediately bought the legal rights to the play. She knew "The Philadelphia Story" would be made into a movie. And she wanted to make sure she was the star of the film version. In nineteen forty, "The Philadelphia Story" became a great movie success. Hepburn received another Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. She had taken control of her career once again. And she would stay in control of it from now on.Here is a recording from "The Philadelphia Story." Katharine Hepburn's character, Tracy Lord, is talking with her new friend, Macaulay Connor, a writer. She has just his book and discovered something surprising about him.Tracy: These stories are beautiful! Why Connor, they're almost poetry! Macaulay: Well, don't kid yourself, they are.Tracy: I can't make you out at all now.Macaulay: Really? I thought I was easy.Tracy: So did I. But you're not. You talk so big and tough, and then you write like this. Which is which?Macaulay: Both, I guess.Tracy: No. No, I believe you put the toughness on to save your skin. Macaulay: Oh, you think so.Tracy: I know a little about that.VOICE ONE:In nineteen forty-two, Katherine Hepburn starred in "Woman of the Year." This was the first of nine movies she starred in with actor Spencer Tracy. They would soon become a famous couple both on and off the movie screen. Usually their movies dealt with finding a balance of power between their two strong characters. Hepburn and Tracy had a magical energy when they acted together. But in real life they kept their love hidden from the public. Spencer Tracy was married to another woman. For religious reasons, he would not end his marriage and divorce his wife. So Hepburn and Tracy led a secret love affair for more than twenty years. Katharine Hepburn had had other love interests. She once had a relationship with the famous American millionaire Howard Hughes. But Spencer Tracy remained the love of her life.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:One of Katharine Hepburn's most famous roles was in the movie "The African Queen." She made this movie in nineteen fifty-one with the famous actor Humphrey Bogart. In the film, their two very different characters fall in love on a riverboat in the middle of Africa. As Katharine Hepburn became older, she played more and more wise and complex characters. In nineteen sixty-seven she starred in her last movie with Spencer Tracy. He died a few weeks after filming ended. For this movie, "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," she won her second Academy Award. She won her third Academy Award the next year for "A Lion in Winter." And, in her mid-seventies she won her last Academy Award for "On Golden Pond."VOICE ONE:Even into her eighties, Katharine Hepburn kept working. She had roles in several movies and television programs. She also wrote several books, including one about her life. In two thousand three, Katharine Hepburn died. She was ninety-six years old. As part of her last wishes, she helped create the Katharine Houghton Hepburn Center at Bryn Mawr College. This program helps support the things that were important to her: film and theater, women's rights, and civic responsibility.VOICE TWO:An actor who worked with Katharine Hepburn once said that she brought with her an extra level of reality. He said that when she was near, everything became more interesting, intense and bright. This intensity and intelligence shine in the films that Katharine Hepburn made over her lifetime. People still enjoy her films today. Katharine Hepburn's work and personality have had a great influence on American film and culture. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:This program was written and produced by Dana Demange. You can download this program and others from our Web site, voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE TWO:And I'm Barbara Klein. Join us again next week for PEOPLE IN AMERICA in VOA Special English. Article/200803/31550Mike was late for school. He said to his teacher, Mr. Black, "Excuse me for my coming late, sir. I watched a football match in my dream." "Why did it make you late?" inquired the teacher. "Because neither team could win the game, so it lasted a long time," replied Mike.迈克上学迟到了。他对老师布莱克先生说:“对不起,我迟到了,老师。我梦见了一场足球赛。”老师问:“那为什么会使你迟到呢?”迈克回答说:“因为两个队不分胜负,所以持续了很长时间。” Article/200804/36104

;Do you know the Cullen family?; I asked hesitantly.   ;您认识卡伦家的人吗?;我犹豫地问道。   ;Dr. Cullen#39;s family? Sure. Dr. Cullen#39;s a great man.;   ;卡伦大夫的家人? 当然认识。卡伦大夫是个很了不起的人。;   ;They… the kids… are a little different. They don#39;t seem to fit in very well at school.;   ;他们……他家的那些孩子……有点儿不一样。他们在学校好像跟大家不太融洽。;   Charlie surprised me by looking angry.   查理显得很生气,令我大吃了一惊。   ;People in this town,; he muttered. ;Dr. Cullen is a brilliant surgeon who could probably work in any hospital in the world,make ten times the salary he gets here,; he continued, getting louder. ;We#39;re lucky to have him — lucky that his wife wanted to live in a small town. He#39;s an asset to the community, and all of those kids are well behaved and polite. I had my doubts, when they first moved in, with all those adopted teenagers. I thought we might have some problems with them. But they#39;re all very mature — I haven#39;t had one speck of trouble from any of them. That#39;s more than I can say for the children of some folks who have lived in this town for generations. And they stick together the way a family should — camping trips every other weekend… Just because they#39;re newcomers, people have to talk.;   ;这个镇上的人啦,;他咕哝道,;卡伦大夫是个杰出的外科医生,可以到世界上任何一家医院去工作的,可以挣他在这儿拿的那点儿工资的十倍,;他继续说道,声音更大了,;有他这样的大夫是我们的福气,幸亏他太太想住在小城镇。他是社会的宝贵财富,而且那些孩子个个都循规蹈矩,很懂礼貌。他们刚搬来的时候,我也像对所有那些被人收养的十几岁的孩子一样,对他们产生过种种怀疑,满以为会给我们带来不少麻烦的。可是他们都非常成熟懂事——我还没看见他们中的任何一个惹过一点点麻烦。有些几辈人都生活在这个镇上的人家的孩子,跟他们简直没法比。而且他们很团结,就像一家人应该的那样——每两个周末就进行一次露营旅行。……就因为他们是新来的,所以人们免不了嚼舌头。;   It was the longest speech I#39;d ever heard Charlie make. He must feel strongly about whatever people were saying.   这是我有生以来听到查理一口气说的最长的话了。他肯定是听到了什么议论,反应才这么强烈。   I backpedaled. ;They seemed nice enough to me. I just noticed they kept to themselves. They#39;re all very attractive,; I added,trying to be more complimentary.   我马上改了口。;他们在我眼里似乎够不错的了。我只是注意到他们就自己几个人在一块儿。他们都很有魅力。;我补了一句,想多夸他们一些。   ;You should see the doctor,; Charlie said, laughing. ;It#39;s a good thing he#39;s happily married. A lot of the nurses at the hospital have a hard time concentrating on their work with him around.;   ;你应该去见见那个大夫,;查理大笑着说,;好的是他已经有了一个幸福的家庭啊。医院里的许多护士,只要他在边上,精力都很难集中啊。;   We lapsed back into silence as we finished eating. He cleared the table while I started on the dishes. He went back to the TV, and after I finished washing the dishes by hand — no dishwasher — I went upstairs unwillingly to work on my math homework.I could feel a tradition in the making.   吃过晚饭后,我们又陷入了沉默。我收拾碟子的时候,他擦完了桌子,接着又去看电视去了。我用手——没有洗碗机——洗完了碟子后,不情愿地上了楼,去做数学家庭作业。我能感到一个传统正在形成。   That night it was finally quiet. I fell asleep quickly, exhausted.   那天夜里,终于静下来了。我很快就睡着了,实在是精疲力竭了。   The rest of the week was uneventful. I got used to the routine of my classes. By Friday I was able to recognize, if not name,almost all the students at school. In Gym, the kids on my team learned not to pass me the ball and to step quickly in front of me if the other team tried to take advantage of my weakness. I happily stayed out of their way.   这个星期其余的几天都平平淡淡。我已经习惯了上课的路线。到星期五的时候,我已经差不多认识全校所有的学生了,甚至可能连名字都叫得上来了。上体育课时,我所在队的同学已经吸取了教训,不给我传球了,而且要是对方企图利用我这个弱点占便宜的话,队友会迅速跑位,抢到我的前面去。我会很高兴地给他们让出位置来,不挡他们的道。   Edward Cullen didn#39;t come back to school.   爱德华·卡伦没有回来上学。   Every day, I watched anxiously until the rest of the Cullens entered the cafeteria without him. Then I could relax and join in the lunchtime conversation. Mostly it centered around a trip to the La Push Ocean Park in two weeks that Mike was putting together. I was invited, and I had agreed to go, more out of politeness than desire. Beaches should be hot and dry.   每天,我都会焦虑不安地注视着,直到看到他没跟他们其他几个进自助餐厅为止。然后我才能放下心来,加入午饭时间的闲聊。多数情况下,聊天的中心内容都是两周后到拉普什海洋公园去旅游的事,这是迈克最近一直在张罗的一件事情。我受到了邀请,而且我也答应去了,更多地是出于礼貌,而不是真心想去。海滩应该很热很干爽。   By Friday I was perfectly comfortable entering my Biology class, no longer worried that Edward would be there. For all I knew, he had dropped out of school. I tried not to think about him, but I couldn#39;t totally suppress the worry that I was responsible for his continued absence, ridiculous as it seemed.   到星期五那天,走进生物学教室时,我已经完全心安理得了,不再担心爱德华会在里面了。因为据我所知,他已经退学了。我竭力不去想他,可我还是不能完全抑制住内心的担心,担心是因为我他才连续旷课的,虽然这听起来似乎很可笑。 Article/201204/177800有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 Chapter9 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影 Article/200809/48425

有声名著之永别了武器 Chapter27《永别了,武器》是美国诺贝尔文学奖获得者海明威的主要作品之一。美国青年弗瑞德里克·亨利在第一次世界大战后期志愿参加红十字会驾驶救护车,在意大利北部战线抢救伤员。在一次执行任务时,亨利被炮弹击中受伤,在米兰医院养伤期间得到了英国籍护士凯瑟琳的悉心护理,两人陷入了热恋。亨利伤愈后重返前线,随意大利部队撤退时目睹战争的种种残酷景象,毅然脱离部队,和凯瑟琳会合后逃往瑞士。结果凯瑟琳在难产中死去。海明威根据自己的参战经历,以战争与爱情为主线,吟唱了一曲哀婉动人的悲歌,曾多次被搬上银幕,堪称现代文学的经典名篇。英文原著:永别了武器PDF文本下载 Article/200912/91912Kevin had just finished dessert. It was a piece of dark chocolate, washed down with a glass of cold milk. Delicious! He rinsed his mouth out with a glass of water, and then spit into the kitchen sink.He sat down at the dining room table and grabbed some floss. He carefully flossed his top teeth and then his bottom teeth. Flossing was a chore. The floss almost always got stuck between two teeth in the upper back and two teeth in the lower front. Finally finished, he threw the frayed floss into the trash.He went into the bathroom and grabbed his electric toothbrush. TV ads always show people putting toothpaste onto the entire length of the brush. Of course, that was to get them to use up the tube faster so they’d have to buy another tube sooner. Kevin put just a little toothpaste onto the brush. He brushed for about a minute.He spent another 30 seconds brushing his tongue. Then he spit out all the toothpaste, and gargled and spit again.Brushing and flossing are such a pain, he thought. If they can put a man on the moon, why can't they invent something easier and faster than toothpaste and dental floss? Article/201104/130296Upon feeling this hand I froze and was terrified, not knowing what move I should make next, when the voice said, much more forcefully this time: "No! Where are you going?" I turned around to face my chilly assailant just to find my flashlight beam shining through empty air. I confess I gave myself over to primal instinct and threw my flashlight at where my horrified mind reasoned my unseen attacker SHOULD have rightly been, turned tail and ran like I've never run before. The cold hand on my shoulder didn't let up until I was onto the stairwell and halfway down to the 5th floor, which believe me didn't take long!   Upon exiting the building, I tear around the corner to my parked patrol car and threw myself against the hood in exhaustion. About that time my radio came alive with my partners desperately trying to reach me. "Lieutenant!! Lieutenant!! Come in! Are you all right?" I was about to respond when I looked up at the 6th floor, to this day I have no idea why, and in the window at about the middle of the building I saw the head and upper torso of a woman. She was looking straight at me. She had long black hair and skin white as the snow that was falling all around me, and she smiled the most hideous and malevolent smile I have ever had the displeasure of being witness to.  I never heard him come up, but Sergeant Tom Anderson looked over at me and said, "Who is that?" At that exact moment the lights in the room switched off, taking the apparition with it, and shrouding the room in darkness. Article/200902/62912

Say Sir 要叫先生 Teacher: (to a new boy) What's your name, my little fellow? New boy: Erbert Arris. Teacher: Always say 'sir' please, when you are speaking to master. It's more polite. New boy: (apologetically) Sir Erbert Arris.老师:(对一位新生说)小同学,你叫什么名字? 新生:我叫赫特·阿瑞斯。 老师:请你跟老师说话时叫先生,这样比较有礼貌。 新生:(带歉意地)我叫赫特·阿瑞斯先生。 Article/200804/35889PART TWO - THE SCHOOLGIRLCHAPTER THREEMy First Impressions of SchoolFinally, in the middle of January, I left Gateshead for Lowood School. Bessie helped me to get y, even though I had to get up very early to leave."Will you say good-bye to Mrs. Reed, Jane?" Bessie asked."No, she doesn't want to wake up. Anyway, I don't want to say anyting to her, or the Reed children. They've always hated me.""Oh, Miss Jane, don't say that!""Well, it's ture. Good-bye to Gateshead!" I [-----1-----] happily, as we left the house and walked towards the road to wait for the coach. Soon it arrived. It was full of people. The driver took all of my clothes and things, and told me to get in quickly. Bessie kissed me for the last time as I held tightly to her.She told the driver, "Make sure you take care of her! Fifty miles is a long way for a young child to travel, when she is alone.""I will!" he answered. The door was closed, and the coach rolled off. It felt strange to be leaving Gateshead. Even though I hated life there, it had been my home for as long as I could remember. I was sad to leave Bessie, but I was excited about the new school and the new people I would meet there.The journey was much too long and not very interesting. I did not have any books to , so I looked out of the window, thinking about my new life. Then I slept for a short time. When I woke up the coach had stopped. The door opened and a servant called in."Is there a little girl called Jane Eyre here?""Yes!" I said. The servant helped me out of the coach and took my bags. We went into a large building, and the servant she left me in a sitting room. I was very tired after the long journey, so I sat in one of the comfortable chairs. In a few moments the door opened and a tall lady came into the room. She was pretty, with dark hair and dark eyes. The lady told me that she was Miss Temple, the [-----2-----] of Lowood School. She looked at me carefully."You are vrey young to travel alone. Are you tired?" she asked, putting her hand on my [-----3-----] kindly."Yes, Miss Temple, I am a little tired," I said."How old are you, and what is your name?""I'm Jane Eyre, ma'am, and I'm ten years old.""Well, Jane, I hope you will be a good child, and work hard," she said, touching my cheek gently with her finger.Another teacher named Miss Miller took me to the schoolroom. In this large room there were about eighty girls ast doing their homework. The oldest girls looked about twenty years old. I sat on a bench near the door and watched them quietly.Vocabulary Focusrolled off:车轮滚动,off为副词表示离开,roll后面也可以用其他量词或介词。例如:The ball rolled away.(球滚走了。) 填空 :1.shouted2.headmistress3.shoulderArticle/200903/65775象韦翰这样一个青年美男子,她实在无从怀疑他说话不诚实。一想到韦翰可能真的受到这些亏待,她就不禁起了怜惜之心;因此她只得认为他们两位先生都是好人,替他们双方辨白,把一切无法解释的事都解释做意外和误会。Elizabeth related to Jane the next day what had passed between Mr. Wickham and herself. Jane listened with astonishment and concern; she knew not how to believe that Mr. Darcy could be so unworthy of Mr. Bingley#39;s regard; and yet, it was not in her nature to question the veracity of a young man of such amiable appearance as Wickham. The possibility of his having endured such unkindness, was enough to interest all her tender feelings; and nothing remained therefore to be done, but to think well of them both, to defend the conduct of each, and throw into the account of accident or mistake whatever could not be otherwise explained.;They have both, ; said she, ;been deceived, I dare say, in some way or other, of which we can form no idea. Interested people have perhaps misrepresented each to the other. It is, in short, impossible for us to conjecture the causes or circumstances which may have alienated them, without actual blame on either side. ;;Very true, indeed; and now, my dear Jane, what have you got to say on behalf of the interested people who have probably been concerned in the business? Do clear THEM too, or we shall be obliged to think ill of somebody. ;;Laugh as much as you choose, but you will not laugh me out of my opinion. My dearest Lizzy, do but consider in what a disgraceful light it places Mr. Darcy, to be treating his father#39;s favourite in such a manner, one whom his father had promised to provide for. It is impossible.No man of common humanity, no man who had any value for his character, could be capable of it. Can his most intimate friends be so excessively deceived in him? Oh! no. ;;I can much more easily believe Mr. Bingley#39;s being imposed on, than that Mr. Wickham should invent such a history of himself as he gave me last night; names, facts, everything mentioned without ceremony. If it be not so, let Mr. Darcy contradict it. Besides, there was truth in his looks. ;;It is difficult indeed--it is distressing. One does not know what to think. ;;I beg your pardon; one knows exactly what to think. ;But Jane could think with certainty on only one point--that Mr. Bingley, if he HAD been imposed on, would have much to suffer when the affair became public. Article/201108/146924

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