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Marty Had a Little Lamb It was lambing season.The neighbors’ phone call brought my dad and me rushing to their barn1) to help with a difficult delivery.We found a lamb whose mother had died while giving birth.The orphan) was weak,cold,still shrouded with the placenta3),and walking impossibly on tall and wobbly legs.I bundled him up in my coat and put him in the pickup truck the short ride back to our small family farm in rural Idaho.We drove through our barnyard,passing cows,pigs,chickens,dogs and cats,but Dad head ed straight the house.I didn’t know it yet,but that lamb was destined to become more than an ordinary sheep,just as I was destined to become more than an ordinary seven-year-old boy――I was about to become a mommy.Cradling) the lamb in my arms,I brought him into the kitchen.While Mom and I wiped the lamb down with dry towels,Dad stoked the furnace with coal so that the newborn would have warming heat to drive away the cold.As I petted his curly little head,the tiny creature tried sucking on my fingers.He was hungry.We slipped a nipple over a pop bottle full of warm milk and stuck it into his mouth.He latched on,and instantly his jaws pumped like a machine,sending the nourishing milk to his stomach.As soon as he started eating,his tail started wagging furiously.Then suddenly his eyes popped open the first time,and he looked me right in the eye.He gave me that miraculous moment-of-birth look that every mother knows.The look that says,unmistakably,“Hello Mommy.I‘m yours,you’re mine,ain’t life fine.”A young boy with tousled blond hair an d thick black glasses doesn’t look much like a sheep.But this little lamb didn’t care in the least.The important thing was that he had a mom――me.I named him Henry and,just like the nursery rhyme,everywhere that Marty went, the lamb was sure to go.The instant bond we shared that first day turned into the same deep kind of connection that develops between mother and child.We were always together.I‘d feed,exercise and bathe Henry.I‘d scold him sternly5) when he got out in the road.Imagine the amazement and delight of my classmates when I had a couple of dogs and a sheep run to meet me at the school bus.Every day after school,Henry and I played games together until we both fell asleep,side by side,in the tall cool grass of the pasture.As I grew up,Henry grew older.Never once,however,did he get that I was his mom.Even as a full-grown ram,he nuzzled me fondly,rubbing his big woolly head against my leg whenever he saw me.Functioning as a four-legged lawn mower6) and wool-covered dog at the Becker farm,Henry had a happy,healthy,full life the rest of his days.People sometimes ask me why I became a veterinarian.The answer is:Henry.At seven years old,my love animals was still just a spark.But it ignited7) into a flame at that magical moment when I became a mother to a hungry little lamb. 3朋友们真挚的友谊以及美妙的音乐都给我带来无穷无尽的欢乐和慰藉最重要的是,我越来越意识到,在我日复一日的祷告中,当我聆听上帝的启示之时,我正日益与他靠近,并通过他接近永恒 One Girl Changed My LifeMy childhood and adolescence were a joyous outpouring of energy, a ceaseless quest expression, skill, and experience. School was only a background to the supreme delight of lessons in music, dance, and dramatics, and the thrill of sojourns in the country, theaters, concerts. And books, big Braille books that came with me on streetcars, to the table, and to bed. Then one night at a high school dance, a remark, not intended my ears, stabbed my youthful bliss “That girl, what a pity she is blind.” Blind! That ugly word that implied everything dark, blank, rigid, and helpless. Quickly I turned and called out, Please don’t feel sorry me, I’m having lots of fun. But the fun was not to last.  With the advent of college, I was brought to grips with the problem of earning a living. Part-time teaching of piano and harmony and, upon graduation, occasional concerts and lectures, proved only partial sources of livelihood. In terms of time and eft involved, the financial remuneration was disheartening. This induced within me searing self-doubt and dark moods of despondency. Adding to my dismal sense of inadequacy was the repeated experience of seeing my sisters and friends go off to exciting dates. How grateful I was my piano, where—through Chopin, Brahms, and Beethoven—I could mingle my longing and seething energy with theirs. And where I could dissolve my frustration in the beauty and grandeur of their conceptions.  Then one day, I met a girl, a wonderful girl, an army nurse, whose faith and stability were to change my whole life. As our acquaintance ripened into friendship, she discerned, behind a shell of gaiety, my recurring plateaus of depression. She said, “Stop knocking on closed doors. Keep up your beautiful music. I know your opporty will come. You’re trying too hard. Why don’t you relax, and have you ever tried praying?”  The idea was strange to me. It sounded too simple. Somehow, I had always operated on the premise that, if you wanted something in this world, you had to go out and get it yourself. Yet, sincerity and hard work had yielded only meager returns, and I was willing to try anything. Experimentally, self-consciously, I cultivated the daily practice of prayer. I said God, show me the purpose which You sent me to this world. Help me to be of use to myself and to humanity.  In the years to follow, the answers began to arrive, clear and satisfying beyond my most optimistic anticipation. One of the answers was Enchanted Hills, where my nurse friend and I have the privilege of seeing blind children come alive in God’s out-of-doors. Others are the never-ending sources of pleasure and comt I have found in friendship, in great music, and, most important of all, in my growing belief that as I attune my life to divine revelation, I draw closer to God and, through Him, to immortality. 3孩子确实点亮了一个家,他们从未熄灭过一盏灯 Parenthood  If it was going to be easy, it never would have started with something called labor!Shouting to make your children obey is like using the horn to steer your car, and you get about the same results. To be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you have to be in their lives today. The smartest advice on raising children is to enjoy them while they are still on your side. The best way to keep kids at home is to give it a loving atmosphere - and hide the keys to the car. The right temperature in a home is maintained by warm hearts, not by hot heads. Parents People who bare infants, bore teenagers, and board newlyweds. The joy of motherhood What a woman experiences when all the children are finally in bed. Life’s golden age is when the kids are too old to need baby-sitters and too young to borrow the family car. Grandparents are similar to a piece of string - handy to have around and easily wrapped around the fingers of grandchildren. A child outgrows your lap, but never outgrows your heart. God gave you two ears and one mouth.... so you should listen twice as much as you talk. There are three ways to get something done Do it yourself, hire someone to do it, or bid your children to do it. Adolescence is the age when children try to bring up their parents. Cleaning your house while your kids are at home is like trying to shovel the driveway during a snowstorm. Oh, to be only half as wonderful as my child thought I was when he was small, and half as stupid as my teenager now thinks I am. There are only two things a child will share willingly communicable diseases and his mother’s age. Money isn’t everything, but it sure keeps the kids in touch. Adolescence is the age at which children stop asking questions because they know all the answers. A alarm clock is a device awakening people who don’t have small children. No wonder kids are confused today. Half the adults tell them to find themselves; the other half tell them to get lost. People hardest to convince that it’s time retirement are children at bedtime. Kids really brighten a household; they never turn off any lights. 873兰迪·波许(Randy Pausch)是曾经感动过无数人的《真正实现你的童年梦想的演讲人这里推荐的内容是他在其母校卡内基梅隆大学毕业典礼上的演讲这篇演讲只有6分钟左右,而且风格和之前的那篇很不同在这篇演讲里,他少了些幽默,却多了些真诚的忠告相信大家看后一定会受益匪浅Randy Pausch Inspires GraduatesSeptember 18, I am glad to be here today, Hell, I am glad to be anywhere today.President Cohon asked me to come and give the charge to the graduates. I assure you, it's nothing compared to the charge you have just given me.This is an incredible place. I have seen it through so many lenses. I saw it when I was a graduate student that didn't get admitted and then somebody invited me back and said, OK, we'll change our mind.And I saw it as a place that hired me back to be on the faculty many years later and gave me the chance to do what anybody wants to do, which is ,follow their passion, follow their heart and do the things they they're excited about.And the great thing about this university unlike almost all the other ones I know of is that nobody gets in your way when you try to do it. And that's just fantastic.And to the degree that a human being can love an institution. I love this place and I love all of the people and I am very grateful to Jerry Cohon and everyone else all the kindness that have shown me.Last August I was told that in all likelihood I had three to six months left to live. I am on month nine now and I am gonna get down and do any push-ups…But there will be a short pick-up basketball game later.Somebody said to me, in light of those numbers, wow, so you aer really beating the Grim Reaper. And what I said without even thinking about is that we don't beat the Reaper by living longer. We beat the Reaper by living well, and living fully. the Reaper will come all of us, the question is what do we do between the time we are born and the time he shows up.'cause he shows up it is too late to do all the things that you're always gonna kind of "get round to". So I think the only advice I can give you on how to live your life well is, first off, remember, it's a cliche, but love cliche, "it is not the things we do in life that we regret on our deathbed, it is the things we do not".'cause I assure you I've done a lot of stupid things and none of them bother me. All the mistakes, all the dopy things and all the times I was embarrassed they don't matter. What matter is that, I can kind of look back and say, "pretty much anytime I got a chance to do something cool, I tried to grab it." And that's where my solace come from.The second thing I would add to that, and I didn't coordinate on the subject of this word but I think it's the right word that comes up, is passion. And you will need to find you passion. Many of you have aly done it, many of you will later, many of you will take till your 30s or 0s. But don't give up on finding it. Alright? 'cause then all you're doing is waiting the Reaper. Find you passion and follow it.And if there's anything I have learned in my life, you will not find passion in things. And you will not find that passion in money. Because the more things and the more money you have, the more you will just look around and use that as the metric, and there will always be someone with more.So your passion must come from the things that fuel you from the inside. And honors and awards are nice things but only to be the extent that they regard the real respect from your peers. And to be thought well of by other people that you think even more highly of is a tremendous honor that I've been granted.Find you passion and in my experience, no matter what you do at work or what you do in official settings, that passion would be grounded in people. And it will be grounded in the relationships you have with people, and what they think of you, when you time comes. And if you can gain the respect of those around you, and the passion and true love, and I've said this bee, but I waited till 39 to get married because I had to wait that long to find someone where her happiness was more important than mine. And if nothing else I hope that all of you can find that kind of passion and that kind of love in your life. 59网络聊天常用的英语口语 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: Q: What do you like to do in your spare time? (你在闲暇时喜欢做什么?) A: I play golf, go to the movies and travel. (我打高尔夫,看电影,旅游) Q: Are you married? (你结婚了吗?) A: No, I’m single. (没有,我是独身) Q: What do you do a living? (你是做什么工作的?) A: I work in the stock market. (我在券交易所工作) I’m a computer salesman. (我是一个电脑销售人员) Q: Why did you come to China? (你为什么来中国?) A: I always wanted to see the Great Wall. (我一直以来很想看看长城) Q: What are you good at (doing)? (你擅长做什么?) A: I’m a great cook. (我是个出色的厨师) Q: What do you enjoy doing most? (你最喜欢做什么?) A: Teaching English and meeting new people. (教英语,结识新朋友) Q: What’s your dream? (你的梦想是什么?) A: To retire and travel around the world. (退休以后去周游世界) Q: What’s your goal in life? (你人生的目标是什么?) A: To become a millionaire bee I am 30. (在我30岁之前成为百万富翁) Q: Do you play any musical instruments? (你会演奏乐器吗?) A: I play guitar. (我会弹吉他) Q: What sports do you like? (你喜欢什么体育运动?) A: All kinds of sports. But I like golf the best. (我喜欢所有的体育运动不过高尔是我的最爱) Q: What’s your opinion on money? What are your thoughts on money? (你怎么看待钱?) A: Money is great. Money makes the world go around. (钱是个好东西钱使世界运转 有钱能使鬼推磨) 英语口语 常用 聊天 网络

A基础英语对话:学习英语 -01-7 19::19 来源: Dario: Studying English can be difficult sometimes, you know.Brian: Yeah I know. But it will make a big difference to our future careers, right?Dario: Sometimes I ask myself why we do it.Brian: It's so that we can communicate better with people around the world and improve our education.Dario: It also helps to get a better job and we won't have to hire a translator if we want to travel around the world.Brian: We have been studying together a while now. Do you think we are getting somewhere?Dario: Sure we are. Every week we get better and better. We have learned a lot in the last few months.Brian: There are so many different ways to improve our English. How do I choose the best one?Dario: I don't think there is an easy way. The best way is practice, practice and practice.Brian: I agree - although it's hard work, it gets the best results.Dario: Practicing with a good, reliable friend like Xianzai also helps!达里奥:你知道有时候学英文挺难的布莱恩:没错,我知道不过这将对我们以后的事业产生很大的影响,对吗?达里奥:有时候我问我自己我们为什么要这么做布莱恩:这样我们就可以更好地和世界各地的人们交流,同时可以提高我们的受教育程度达里奥:这么做还有助于我们找一份更好的工作,而且如果我们做环球旅行的话,我们就不用雇翻译了布莱恩:我们一起学英文也有一段时间了,你觉得我们有进步吗?达里奥:当然了我们每周都有进步,这几个月以来我们学到了很多东西布莱恩:提高英语有很多种不同的方法我怎样选择一种最好的方法呢?达里奥:我不认为有什么捷径最好的办法就是练习、练习、再练习布莱恩:我同意―虽然很辛苦,但会取得最好的效果达里奥:与一个好的、像现在网一样可靠的朋友一起练习也会有帮助! 英语 学习 对话 基础

英语口语就餐:付款 -- ::50 来源: 在外用餐时 付款请结账Bill, please.Id like the check, please.在哪儿付钱?Where should I pay?我请客It on me.It on me. (我请客)Oh! How nice! (哦!那太好了,谢谢!)This is my treat.Ill pay dinner.Ill treat you.Ill pay drinks. (我付饮料的钱)我来付Ill take care of it.这是什么的钱?What is this ?What is this charge ?What is this amount ?我觉得这儿算错了Im afraid there is a mistake here. *Im afraid… “我觉得是不是……”,一般用于不太好的事情mistake 表示“错误”我们各付各的吧Let go Dutch. *Dutch 表示“荷兰人”,而go Dutch则表示“自己的费用自己付”、“分摊”Let split the bill.Let divide the cost.我们分开付款Wed like to pay separately.Wed like to pay separately. (我们分开付款)All right. (明白了)不用找钱了Keep the change.请开张发票May I have a receipt, please? 口语 付款

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