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This is Me-这就是我 -- :59:01 来源: This is Me-这就是我  My name is Zhao Xiaohan. I'm a gril of nine. My father is from Shen-yang, but I was born in Taiyuan.  I study in Xinjianlu Primary School, and I am in Class 5 Grade 3. I am taller than most of the students in our class.  I like science, and I want to be a scientist when I grow up. My mother often makes me practise the violin, but in fact, I am not interested in it.  I study English hard, because I know it is very useful. Luckily, all the members of my family speak English well. My uncle now lives in Canada. I want go there one day, and study together with my cousin, ZhaoXiaoxi.  我叫赵小涵,我是一个九岁的姑娘我爸爸是沈阳人,可是我出生在太原  我在新建路小学三年级五班学习我的个子比班里大部分同学都高  我喜欢科学,长大我想当科学家我妈妈经常逼我练小提琴,可实际上我对它不感兴趣  我学习英语很努力,因为我知道它很有用幸好我们家人都说得一口流利的英语我二叔现在住在加拿大我想有一天我能去那里,通我赵小溪一起学习小学优秀英语作文 -- :: 来源: 小学优秀英语作文My Father My father is a tall man with a pair of glasses. Everyone says he is a kind-hearted man. He often helps his neighbours and some strangers whom he doesnt know at all. He has really done a lot others. I dont like him to do so because I think it has taken him too much time. When I discourage him, he always says with a smile,The world needs warm hearts. My father loves his family, and loves his work even better. In the company, he is called workaholic He spends most of his time working, and often gets to have meals or to go to bed.As a result,he doesnt enjoy good health. My father likes ing in his spare time. He told me ing was very interesting. I became interested in ing little by little. I like books, because they help me in many ways. My father has a bad habit he likes smoking very much. I hate it. See, the house is full of smoke. I know its bad his health as well as mothers and mine. I advise him to give up smoking. Im sure he will follow my advice some day. Such is my father. I am proud of having such a good father.

春节见闻 The Spring Festival Traditions -- :7:19 来源: It’sNew Year again. In this holiday, sharing is the hottest activity. People sharetheir lives and discuss hot topic in social lives. Besides, there are manytraditions during the Spring Holiday. example, in the north, people willeat dumplings in the New Year’s Day while in the south people will make Zongzi.Firecrackers and fireworks are essential during the New Year. Now, people livea much better life than bee, so people want to have a lively and grandfestival. Some are likely to travel while some stay at home and take part invarious activities to enrich their holiday.春节又到了在节日期间,分享成了最受欢迎的活动人们分享自己的生活,讨论社会生活热点话题此外,春节也有许多的传统例如,北方人会在春节第一天吃饺子,南方人则会包粽子鞭炮和烟花是必不可少的现在,人们的生活比过去有了很大改变,所以人们希望把春节过得热闹而隆重有的人选择外出旅游,有的人则是留在家里参加各种活动,丰富自己的节日生活

天生一对 The Parent Trap 英文剧本 --31 3:7:35 来源: The Parent Trap script"L" is the way You look at me "O" is the only One I see "V" is very, very Extraordinary "E" is even more Than anyone that you adore And love is all that I can Give to you Love is more than Just a game two Two in love can make it Take my heart and please don't break it Love was made me and you Love is all that I can Give to you Love is more than Just a game two Two in love can make it Take my heart and please don't break it Love was made me and you "L" is the way You look at me "O" is the only One I see "V" is very, very Extraordinary "E" is even more than Anyone that you adore And love is all that I can give to you Love is more than just a game two - How 'bout a souvenir picture? - Two in love can make it - Turn towards each other. - Take my heart and please don't break it Love was made me and you Love was made me and you [ All Shouting, Chattering ] My God! My phone just does not work out here. Oh, my God! How are we ever gonna live? Uh! Thanks. [ Girl Gasps ] There's a counselor. Oh, excuse me. Um, can you tell me where the Navajo bunk is? - It's right over there. - Thanks. [ Grunts ] Now, girls, let's find our duffles as quickly as we can. We have a big first day ahead of us. I'm going to turn the bullhorn over now to my daughter... and right-hand man, Marva, Jr. Marva, bunk assignments, if you please. [ Whistle Blowing ] All right, ladies, here we go. Listen up. [ Continues, lndistinct ] Wait a minute. I thought this was a boys' camp. Okay, found my duffle. Now the question is... how do I get it out? Okay, I can do it. Okay... no, I can't. - [ Girl ] You must be new. - How could you tell? - [ Scoffs ] - You didn't know how to grab your duffle... bee the aides tossed it into the heap. -I would say you need some serious help. -Thanks. It's the big, yellow one. Whoa! Now, that's my kinda woman. - Y o, tie-dye girl! - Hmm? Could you give me an hand with my duffle? It's the yellow one... - buried way in there. - Sure. Oh, that? No problem. Hey, you're from Calinia? Do you, like, live in Hollywood? Do you, like, live next door to a movie star? What are you two, Lucy and Ethel? I've never even been to Hollywood. I live in Napa. That's northern Calinia. And I live next door to a vineyard. - A what-yard? - A vineyard. It's where you grow grapes to make wine. That's what we do. Me and my dad, we own a vineyard. - Parker, Hallie! - Right here. - Arapaho. - [ Girls ] Same as me. That's where I am. - Yes! Come on, you guys. - [ Marva, Jr. Continues, lndistinct ] So, ah, either of you, by any chance, know how to play poker? - No. - Never played it bee. No? Gee, what a shame. So, ah, how much cash did you guys bring with you this summer? - [ Horn Honking ] - How much? A lot. - [ Horn Honking ] - Whoa! Who is in there? [ Marva, Jr. ] Come on. Let's go. Well, here we are. Camp Walden Girls. We traveled all the way from London this? Well, it's rather picturesque. Don't you think? - Eh, um-- - [ lnsect Buzzing ] Not exactly the term I think I would have used. - All right. Shall we review your mother's list? - Mm-hmm. - Now, let's see. Vitamins? - Check. - Minerals? - Check. - List of daily fruits and vegetables. - Check. Check. Check fruits, check vegetables. Go on. Sun block, lip balm, insect repellant... stationery, stamps, photograph of your mother, grandfather... and, of course, your trusty butler, me. - Got it all, I think. - Oh, and, um-- Here's a little something from your grandfather. A spanking-new deck of cards. Maybe you'll actually find somebody on this continent who can whip your tush at poker. Well, I doubt it. But, thanks. And thanks bringing me here, Martin. Now, you remember, if you change your mind... and want me to come here and collect you at the end of camp, I'm only a phone call away. Thanks, but I'll be fine. Really. See you in eight weeks, Marty ol' pal. Missing you aly, queen of my heart. - Have fun, old bean. - I will. - Toodle loo. - Toodle loo. - [ Engine Starting ] - Airport, please. [ Rock ] Such a feeling coming over me - [ Dog Barking ] - [ Laughing, Giggling ] Okay, hurry up. There is wonder in the things I see [ Continues, lndistinct ] She brought a date. She didn't. Mom! Mom! Are you there? Pick up! Mom! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Slow down. Thank you. - Have some too, okay? [ Giggles ] - [ Giggles ] - It's something. - It smells good. - I'll save ya a seat, Annie. - Okay, thanks. Excuse me, girls. I've just got to have a scoop of these gorgeous strawberries. - Would you care some, dear? - Oh, no thanks. Can't. I'm-- I'm allergic. Oh, that's too bad. How 'bout you, dear? Strawberries? Oh, sorry, wish I could, but I can't. I'm-I'm allergic. Yes, allergic. You just... told me that. How did you get over there? Oh, well. First day of camp. You'll have to excuse the old girl. At least I'm not putting salt in the sugar shakers. Ah, well, I mean, you know. Sugar in the salt shak-- Now where did she go? [ Clanking ] [ Shouts, lndistinct ] [ All Cheering ] - Touche. - [ Clapping, Cheering ] Good job. All right! Excellent, kids. The winner, and still undefeated champ from Napa, Calinia... - Miss Hallie Parker. - [ Girls Cheering ] Y eah, Hallie. Do we have any challengers? [ Laughing, Chattering ] Oh, come on. Ladies, let's not be damsels in distress here. I'll take a whack at it. Okay. We've got ourselves a chal-len-ger. Suit up. Cool. Ooh, thanks. Here I go. - Thanks. - You're welcome. - [ Girl ] Go, Annie. Whoa! - [ Applause ] Fencers y? - Ready. - All set. - [ Giggling ] [ Marva, Jr. ] En garde! Fence! - [ Grunting ] Oops. - Ah! [ Kids Screaming ] [ Huffing ] [ Yawning ] Touche! - Nice catch. - Thanks. - Touche! - [ Screaming ] - Sorry, let me help you. - No, let me help you! - What'd ya do that ? - Me? You pushed me in. - [ All Laughing ] - I did not. Okay, that was quite a show. All right. I think we've got ourselves a new camp champ from London, England... - Miss Annie James. - [ Cheering, Clapping ] All right, girls. Shake hands. [ Counselor ] Come on, girls. [ Gasps ] - [ Gasping ] - [ Gasping ] [ All Gasping, Muttering ] [ Marva, Jr. ] Oh, my! Why's everyone staring? - Don't you see it? - See what? - The resemblance between us. - Resemblance? Between you and me? Let me see. Turn sideways. Now the other way. Well, your eyes are much closer together than mine. Your ears, well, don't worry, you'll grow into them. - [ Both Laughing ] - Your teeth are a little crooked. Ah! And that nose! Well, don't worry, dear, those things can be fixed. - Want me to deck her ya? - Hold on. I'm not quite finished yet. You wanna know the real difference between us? Let me see. I know how to fence and you don't? Or, I have class and you don't. Take your pick. - Why, I oughta-- - Ladies, it's time to break up this little lovefest. Annie, Hallie. I mean, Hallie, Annie. I-l-I mean-- Whoa! Sorry, ladies. Two pair. Read 'em and weep. - [ Girl ] Aah! I'm out. - [ All Groaning ] - So that's it? No more takers? - [ Girl ] I have nothing left. I'll take a whack at it. - [ "Bad To The Bone" ] - [ Change Jingling ] [ Change Jingling ] Take a seat, Parker. Deal me in. Now, on the day I was born The nurses all gathered 'round And they gazed in a wide wonder At the joy they had found The head nurse spoke up Said leave this one alone She could tell right away that I was bad to the bone Bad to the bone Tell you what I'm gonna do. I'll make you a little deal. Loser jumps into the lake after the game. - Excellent. - Butt naked. Even more excellent. Start unzipping, Parker. Straight. In diamonds. You're good, James. But, you're just not good enough. In your honor, a royal flush. [ Laughter ] - [ Girl 1 ] Love the birthday suit. - [ Girl ] Lookin' good. - [ Girl 3 ] Oww, baby! - [ Wolf Whistle ] [ All Laughing, Chattering ] [ Sighs ] [ Laughing Continues ] [ Screaming, Cheering ] [ Girl ] Grab her clothes. [ Gasping ] Oh, right. Fine. If that's the way you want it, then let the games begin. I swear I heard your evil clone sneaking all the way up toward the mess hall this morning. I am so tired. I'm going back into bed and sleeping till lunch. - [ Chuckles ] - [ Exhausted Sigh ] That does not seem like a possibility, babe. - Why not? - That's why not. No... way. - [ Owl Hooting ] - [ Crickets Chirping ] - [ Girl Giggling ] - [ Girl ] Shh. - [ Whispering ] Be quiet. - [ Whispering ] Oh, I hope they're sleeping. The coast is clear. Okay, let's go in. - Payback time. - Don't wake her. - [ Laughing ] Careful. - Shh. - Got milk? - [ Giggling ] [ "Reveille," Out Of Tune ] [ Soft Moaning ] [ Gasps ] [ Screaming ] [ All Screaming ] Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! Oh, my God. [ Screaming ] [ All Screaming ] [ Screaming ] [ Sighs ] She didn't get me. [ Screaming ] Ah! That girl is without a doubt... the lowest, most awful creature that ever walked the planet! [ lmitating Elvis ] Thank you. Thank you very much. - Morning, girls. - [ All ] Morning, Marvas. [ All ] Marvas! Surprise inspection. Attention! Navajos No, no, Marva. Do not go in there. One of the girls got sick last night, and it is a big, big mess. Save yourself the aggravation. It's really disgusting. Oh, well, if someone's sick, dear, then I must go in. - Move aside, dear. - No, no, really. I insist. I can't let you go in there. She's highly contagious. Honest. Actually, we're all quite fine in here... unless Hallie Parker knows something we don't know. Really. I insist. Open the door and come see yourself, ma'am. - Stand aside, Hallie. - [ Gasps ] [ Screaming ] - [ All Screaming ] - Whoa! [ Screaming ] Mommy! - [ Squeaking ] - No! No! - No! - [ Marva Crying ] [ Marva Sputtering, Coughing ] - I told you it was a mess in here. - She should know. She did it! You! [ Sputters ] And you! Pack your bags! [ Blows Whistle ] Okay, girls. The rest of you... back to your activities. [ All Screaming ] You two... the isolation cabin. [ Girls Screaming ] [ Gasps ] - [ Grunting ] - Oh! Oh, gosh, it's stuck. - Thanks. - You're welcome. Ah! Oh, man! [ Thunder Rumbling ] - Oh, here's your-- - [ Laughs ] Cuppy. Any of your pictures ruined? - Only the beautiful Leo DiCaprio. - Who? You've never heard of Leonardo DiCaprio? How far away is London anyway? Well, from here it's 3,000 miles... but sometimes it seems much further. - How far away is your home? - Oh, Calinia is way at the other end of the country. -Actually, here's a picture of my house. -[ Thunder Rumbling ] - Wow! It's beautiful. - Yeah. We built it when I was little. We've got this incredible porch... that looks over the entire vineyard. - And then-- - Who-- Who's that? Oh, that's my dad. He didn't know I was taking the picture then... or else he would have turned around. He's kinda like my best friend. We do everything together. [ Sighs ] - What's the matter? - Oh, it's chilly in here, that's all. [ Thunder Rumbling ] - Want one? - Oh, sure, I love Oreos. At home I eat them with-- I eat them with peanut butter. You do? That is so weird. So do l. You're kidding. Most people find that totally disgusting. I know. I don't get it. - Me either. - [ Laughing ] What's your dad like? I mean, is he the kind of father you can talk to... or is he one of those workaholic types who says, "I'll talk to ya later, honey..." but, you know, never really does? - I hate that. - I don't have a father, actually. I mean, I had one once, I suppose. But my parents divorced years ago. My mother never even mentions him. It's like he evaporated into thin air or something. It's scary the way nobody stays together anymore. - Tell me about it. - How old are you? - I'll be on October . - [ Coughing, Choking ] - So will l. - Your birthday's on October ? - Y eah. - How weird is that? Extremely. Oh, hey. It stopped raining. You wanna go get a Popsicle or something? - What's the matter? - Hallie, what's your mother like? I never met her. She and my dad split up when I was a baby, maybe even bee. I'm not sure. He doesn't like to talk about her. But I know she was really, really beautiful. How do you know that? Well, because my dad had this old picture of her hidden in his sock drawer... and he caught me looking at it, like, all the time, so he gave it to me to keep. Look, I'm-I'm really thirsty. Sure you don't want to go to the mess hall and get a lemonade? Will you stop thinking about your stomach at a time like this? - At a time like what? - Don't you realize what's happening? I mean, think about it. I only have a mother... and you only have a father. You've never seen your mom... and I've never seen my dad. You have one old picture of your mom... and I have one old picture of my dad. But at least yours is probably a whole picture. Mine is a pathetic little thing... all crinkled and ripped right down the middle and-- What are you rummaging in your trunk ? This. It's a picture of my mom... and it's ripped too. Right down the middle? Right down the middle. This is so... freaky. Okay. On the count of three, we'll show them to each other, okay? Okay. One. Two. - Three. - Three. [ Gasps ] [ Gasps ] - That's my dad. - That's my mom. [ Bell Ringing ] [ Annie ] That's the lunch bell. I'm not so hungry anymore. So if-- if your mom... [ Chuckling ] is my mom... and my dad is your dad... - [ Exhales ] - and we're both born on October ... then you and l are like-- Iike sisters. [ Laugh ] Sisters? Hallie, we're like twins. [ Sighing ] [ Exhales ] [ Nervous Chuckle ] I just don't know what to say. What's that you're holding? My locket. I got it when I was born. It has an "H" on it. [ Chuckles ] I got mine when I was born, too... except mine has an "A" on it. [ Sighs ] Ooh, now I've got goose bumps. My God, so I'm not an only child. I'm a twin. I'm a twin-- there's two of me. I mean, two of us. - This is like-- - Mind boggling. - Totally. - Completely. - [ Giggling ] Oh, my God. - Oh, my God. [ Hallie ] Tell me, what's Mom like? [ Annie ] Well, she designs wedding gowns. Really? She's becoming quite famous, actually. A princess in Greece just bought one of her gowns. Wow. Y-You know what's interesting? Neither one of our parents ever got married again. Has Dad ever been close to getting remarried? Never. He always says I'm the only girl in his life. Y eah, Mom's never come close either. [ Owl Hooting ] I have a brilliant, beyond brilliant idea. I'm serious. I am a total genius. You want to know what Dad is like, right? Right. And I'm dying to know Mom. So what I'm thinking is-- Don't freak out, okay? - I think we should switch places. - [ Gasps ] When camp's over I'll go back to London as you... and you go back to Calinia as me. - What? - Annie, we can pull it off. We're twins, aren't we? Hallie, we're totally and completely 0% different. So, what's the problem? I'll teach you to be me... and you teach me to be you. Look, I can do you aly. Yes, you want to know the difference between us? I have class and you don't. - [ Amused Sigh ] - Come on, Ann. I got to meet my ma. The truth is, you know, if we switch... sooner or later they'll have to unswitch us. And when they do, they'll have to meet again... - face to face. - After all these years. - Thank you. I told you I'm brilliant. [ Laughing ] - [ Laughing ] - [ "Do You Believe In Magic" ] - Okay. 'Tis grandfather. - He's so cute. What do we call him? - Grandfather. - [ Continues, lndistinct ] - Why didn't I think of that? This is Martin, he's our butler. - We have a butler? - Mm-hmm. [ Laughs ] Okay. Living room's first. Then over here is the dining room. But we never eat in there except Thanksgiving... and Christmas and, of course, October . Believe in the magic that can set you free Ahh-hh-hh Talkin' 'bout the magic Do you believe in magic Do you believe, believe Do you believe in magic Okay. I-I'm y. [ Resigned Sigh ] [ Sighs ] [ Sighs ] [ Scissors Snipping ] [ Whimpers ] - Don't shut your eyes! - Oh. Okay. Right. Sorry. Just got a little nervous. You're nervous? An -year-old is cutting my hair. [ Scoffs ] Hey, you sounded just like me. Well, I'm supposed to, aren't l? Go on, just do it. [ Whimpers ] Don't panic. You look great. [ Annie Crying ] Looking good. [ Gasps ] This is so... scary. Honey, you never looked better. - [ Gasps ] Oh, my God! - [ Chuckles ] What? I have pierced ears. [ Scoffs ] No. No, no and no. Not happening. Sorry, wrong number. I won't. I refuse. Then cutting your hair was a total waste... 'cause, I mean, there's no way I can go to camp... with pierced ears and come home without 'em. I mean, come on. Get real. [ Sighs ] [ Whimpers ] [ Blowing ] Needle sterilized. Y-You-- You sure you know what you're doing? Relax. I've gone with all my friends to get their ears pierced. It's nothing. Just close your eyes... and it will be over bee you know it. - Earring y? - Yes. Good. Hand me the apple. [ Whimpers ] Thank you. Just relax. I'm telling you, this is not a big deal. On the count of three, remove the ice. [ lnhales Deeply ] One... two... three. [ Screaming ] [ Screaming ] [ Screaming Continues ] [ Whistle Blows ] Girls, time to say your last good-byes. - The busses are loading. - [ Woman ] Busses one and two leaving. - I'll see you guys next summer, I promise. - [ Girls Moaning Sorrowfully ] - [ Moans ] - Okay, so call me every single day. All right. And write me. Don't get. I won't. [ Sighs ] Okay. This is it. So remember, you're going to find out how Mom and Dad met. - And you're going to find out why they broke up. - [ Marva, Jr. ] Annie James... - your car is here. - That's you. Here's your ticket and passport. Martin will pick you up at the airport tomorrow morning. - What time do you leave? - Oh, not a couple of hours. Give Mom a kiss me. - Give Dad one me. - [ Marva, Jr. ] Annie James, front and center. - Bye. - [ Vehicle Honking ] - Bye. - Last call, Annie James. - Bye-bye. - Bye. [ Horn Honking ] Good luck. [ Sighs ] [ Whispering] Okay. This is it. God, I hope she likes me. Please like me. Please. - [ Man On Speaker, lndistinct ] - [ Crowd Chattering, lndistinct ] - Annie! - Martin. - Missed you. - Missed you. - What have you done to your hair? - Cut it. Do you like it? - Love it. It's the new you. - [ Sighs ] And you've had your ears pierced. Give me five, girlfriend. [ Relieved Sigh ] There she goes There she goes again Racing through my brain And I just can't contain This feeling that remains There she goes There she goes again She calls my name - Home again. - Thank you. This is it. 7 Primbrook Lane. [ Nervous Sigh ] Hello. [ Man Clearing Throat ] Grandfather? - I'm home. - Is that my little girl? That tall, gangly thing? Y es, it's me. Oh, welcome home. [ Chuckles ] - Did you have a good time, sweet pea? - Uh-huh, great. - [ Sniffing ] - What are you doing? - Just smelling. - Smelling? - I'm making a memory. - Oh. Y ears from now, when I'm all grown up... I'll always remember my grandfather... and how he always smelt of... peppermint and pipe tobacco. [ Laughing ] Good to have you back. [ Woman ] Annie? Annie? - Mother. - You're back. - I can't believe it's you. - And I can't believe it's you. And with short hair. Who cut it you? A girl I met at camp. Do you hate it? No, I absolutely love it. [ Gasps ] You got your ears pierced? - [ Sighing ] - Well, are there any other surprises? Belly button rings, tattoos? Ah, darling, what is it? I'm sorry. It's just-- I've missed you so much. Oh. I know. - It seems like it's been ever. - You have no idea. [ Long Exhale ] - [ Bicycle Bell Ringing ] - [ Birds Chirping ] [ Mom ] So, come on. Tell me, did you like everyone? Was it fun? - Ah, Martin. - I found a stowaway in your suitcase. [ Whispering ] Oh, my God. Cuppy! - Cuppy? - He-- He belongs to my friend... the one I was, umm, telling you about. I can't imagine how he got into my suitcase. Well, since he's not our Cuppy, shall we dispose of the little creature? No! I mean, no. I'll-- I'll mail him to her. She loves this thing a lot-- a lot, a lot. And she's, like, slept with this thing her entire life... And she could never be, like, say, in a eign country without him. - No, no. I'll take care of it. - [ Phone Ringing ] That will be all, Martin. Thank you. Hello. Oh, hi. How's the photo shoot going? [ "Here Comes The Sun" ] Hmm. Well, can't you manage without me? I mean, Annie just got home from camp. Hmm. Y eah. Here comes the sun Do-dum-do-do Here comes the sun And I say it's all right - Little darlin', it's been a long, cold lonely winter - Okay. Hold on a moment. Annie, would you hate very much running down to the studio with me? - It seems like years - No, I'd love it. Since it's been here Here comes the sun Do-dum-do-do Here comes the sun And I say it's all right Little darlin' That smile's returning To their faces Little darlin' It seems like years Since it's been here Here comes the sun Do-dum-do-do - Wow. That's incredible. You designed that? - Here comes the sun and I say - It's all right - Well, I had to do something while you were at camp. - You don't think it's too-- - No, it's gorgeous. I love it. You know who would look really beautiful in that gown? - I mean, like, really beautiful? - Who? - You. - Me? You know what? I think that time change has made you a little loopy. Come on. Let's see what all the fuss is about. - [ Disco, Vocalist lndistinct ] - Okay. I'm here. [ Man ] Ah, we're saved. - Hi, Angela. - Hi. Sorry, we don't know what to do with the veil. If she wears it, it covers the back of the dress, and if she doesn't... - the dress looks-- - [ Mom ] lncomplete, you're right. Can you try turning sideways with your chin up? Yeah, I see the problem. Can I have the veil? Annie, darling... pass me one of those hats on display in the window. - [ Whispering ] Me? - Y es. Somebody like you - Which one do you like? - The white one. - Me too. - Do you know I'll never let you - Go - Try this. Now, throw the veil straight back. That's it. Now spin around. I want to see the back of the dress. That's beautiful. Did you get that? Just how it falls. Just down there. Don't worry about the bouquet. You're married now. You've got to learn to juggle. Don't get you look happy. It is your wedding day. My mom is too cool. - I'll never let you go - Never, never gonna let you go I'll never let you go I'll never let you go Never let you go I'll never let you go [ Hallie ] So, doesn't designing all these wedding gowns ever make you think about... getting married again, or at least make you think about the "F" word. The "F" word? - My father. - Oh! Oh, that "F" word. Well, no, actually... because I didn't even wear a wedding gown when I married the "F" word. - You didn't? Why not? - Why the sudden curiosity... about your dad, huh? Well, maybe because he's never mentioned. And you can't blame a kid wondering. Mother, you can't avoid the subject ever. At least tell me what he was like. Okay. He was quite lovely, to tell you the truth. When we met he was... actually, entirely lovely. - All right? - All right. So, did you meet him here in London? - We met on the Q.E. . - Q.E. what? The Queen Elizabeth ll. It's an ocean liner that sails from London to New Y ork... 'cause I wasn't keen on flying then and neither was your father. We met our first night on board ship. We were seated next to each other at dinner. - He's an American, you know. - No kidding? - So, was it love at first sight? - [ Sighs ] I knew you were going to ask me all these questions one day. Taxi! [ Hallie ] Dear ol' Dad. I wonder what he's doing at this very moment. Thanks. - Got it? - Oh, gosh. It's him. Hey, Hal! Welcome home, kiddo. Get into these arms, you little punk. Dad. Finally. [ Dad, Soft Moaning ] [ Kissing Sound ] Oh, I hope you had a lousy time at that camp, because you are not going back. - [ Giggles ] - I missed you too much. What happened to you, Hal? Something's changed. Are you getting taller? So, what's up, Dad? I mean, how's Chessy and everybody? Great. Everybody's great. Can't wait to see you. Eight weeks really is too long, Hal. - A lot's been happening around here. - A lot's happened to me too, Dad. I mean, I feel like I'm practically a new woman. What's the matter? I cut myself shaving? No, it's just-- just seeing you the first time. I mean, you know, in so long. [ Laughing ] You look taller to me, too, Dad. Come on, squirt. Let's get home. [ Dad ] Oh, by the way, thanks all those newsy letters. I'm really glad I bought you that personalized stationery... you just had to have. - Well, we meant to write, Dad, but we just got so-- - We? Oh! Oh, me and my friend. I-I met this girl at camp and we got really close. - Great. - Practically like sisters. - She was a lovely girl. - Lovely girl? All of sudden you're so proper? -[ Chuckles ] -You're still biting those nails, I see. - Dad, you noticed. - What do you mean noticed? You've been biting them since you could chew. But I've decided to stop, Dad. It's a horrid habit. Lovely girl, horrid habit. What did I do, send you to summer or finishing school? And why do you keep saying "Dad" at the end of every sentence? I'm sorry. I didn't realize I was doing it, Dad. Sorry, Dad. Do you want to know why I keep saying "dad"? - The truth? - Because you missed your old man so much, right? Exactly. It's because in my whole life... I mean, you know, the past eight weeks... I was never able to say the word "dad." Never. Not once. And if you ask me, I mean... a dad is an irreplaceable person in a girl's life. Think about it. There's a whole day devoted to celebrating fathers. Just imagine someone's life without a father-- never buying a Father's Day card, never sitting on their father's lap... never being able to say, "Hi, Dad" or "What's up, Dad" or "Catch you later, Dad." I mean, a baby's first words are always "dada," aren't they? Let me see if I get this-- You miss being able to call me dad? Yeah. I really have, Dad. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Now you're starting to sound like your old self. [ Dog Barking ] [ Barking ] [ Screaming ] Hello, gorgeous! Oh, look at you! Oh, you grew. Oh, we missed you so much. Hey, don't you dare let your old man talk you out of going back to camp. Okay? You're a growing girl. You need adventure. - Okay. - Oh, you hungry? I made corn b and chili. - Why are you so quiet? What's wrong? - Nothing, it's just-- I'm so happy to be home. Hey, did I hear somethin' about corn b and chili? Y eah, it's on the stove. So... something's changed about you, Hal. Umm, I can't put my finger on it... - but something about you is definitely changed. - Really? Well, it's just the same old me. Honest. [ Dog Barking ] - [ Whining ] - Hi, Sammy. [ Barking ] What is wrong with you, you goofball? It's Hallie. Oh, l-I probably just smell like camp, that's all. What's the matter with you? - It's like you didn't even recognize her. - [ Barking ] [ Whispering ] Wow! It's even better than the pictures. Okay, kiddo. What do ya wanna do first, huh? You wanna eat and then unpack? Or, uh, we could unpack and then eat. - Or we could eat while we unpack. - Do you mean I can eat in my room? Yeah, I'd say it's a definite possibility. [ Chuckles ] Hey, Hal, when you're done, come on down. There's someone I want you to meet. - Okay, Dad. - Okay, Hal. - Look at you. Always eating. [ Laughing ] - [ Laughing ] - Did you tell her? - No. Nicky. - [ Nick ] I will. I will. - Tell me what? Hal, it is none of my business how your father makes a fool out of himself. Okay? He's a big boy. He can do what he wants. Okay. Okay. So, who is she? [ Sighs ] Her name's Meredith Blake. She's a publicist from San Francisco. Your father hired her at the beginning of the summer... to do some publicity the vineyard. If you ask me, she's doin' a better job of sellin' herself than the grapes. - What do you mean? - [ Laughter ] Oy. Look, you and I both know your father's... not some kind of suave, debonaire bachelor-of-the-month type. So, I gotta ask myself, "What does a hot, young thing like that... "see in a guy who walks around with his shirttail hangin' out... and his cereal bowl full of chili?"" Then, I realized there's about a million reasons why that girl's gigglin'. [ Both Giggling ] And all of them are sitting at the Napa Valley Commy Bank. You mean, you don't think she even really likes him? Eh, what do I know? But I'll tell you one thing. This one's got your father eating out of the palm of her hand. They do everything together. They ride together. They swim together. They go out to eat dinner every night. But, you know what? Meet her. See yourself. Don't let me influence you. There's my girl. Honey, I want you to meet a friend of mine. Hal, this is Meredith Blake. Hi. Hi, Meredith Blake. Wow. I can't believe I'm finally meeting the famous Hallie. I have looked ward to this all summer. Really? Well, here I am. Oh, Nicky, she's adorable! You know, the way your father talked about you... I expected to meet a little girl, but you are so grown up. - I'll be soon. How old are you? - [ Laughs ] [ Laughs ] Twenty-six. Only years older than me. How old are you, again, Dad? Wow! Suddenly, you're so interested in math. Look, I'm gonna go inside. I'm gonna get some more chili... maybe a bottle of champagne to celebrate. - What are we celebrating? - Your homecoming, of course. - [ Cell Phone Beeping ] - Be right back. Meredith Blake. Hello, Reverend Mosby. Mm-hmm. Of course. No, I understand it's a local charity? Oh, yes. I am writing it all down. Okay, it sounds very worthwhile, I agree. But, untunately, I see that Mr. Parker... is going to be out of the country on those days. Y es. Absolutely. I will be sure to mention it to him. Thank you. So, how was camp, Hal? Was it fabulous? My dad's going out of the country? Oh, no. I just had to tell a little white lie to get him out of something. You know, I have never heard a man talk about his daughter... the way Nicky talks about you. You two are obviously incredibly close. Well, you know, we're closer than close. We're all each other has. [ Screams ] Ohh! Sorry. Did l get you wet, Mer? Just a little, Hal. [ Sighs ] Mm. Hey. Guess what? Your daddy took me riding the other day, and he let me ride your horse. I hope that's okay with you. Oh, sure. She's probably used to strange women riding her. Not that you're strange or anything. Actually, compared to the others, you are relatively normal. Others? What others? - Do you want the ? - What's the ? The inmation-- the lowdown on other women. Can't say I blame you. I'd wanna know if I was number -- I mean, 9 in a man's life. I'm number 9? Yeah. It's always the same routine-- horseback riding through the vineyards... romantic dinners with his special reserved-label wine... - moonlight swims-- - [ Nick ] Here we go-- a bottle of my special reserve-label. So, did you girls find something to talk about while I was gone? - Does that mean yes? - It sure does. - [ Phone Ringing ] - [ Mom ] Will somebody grab that, please? James residence. Annie? - Y es, Martin. - Oh, dear. It sounds just like you on the phone. I'm sorry. To whom did you wish to speak? Annie? Of course. One moment, please. A Mildred Plotker you. Sounds just like your twin. My twin? Very funny. Good one, Martin. Hello. Oh, Mildred, darling. Hi. How are you? [ Chuckles ] - Hey, how's it going over there? - Oh, everything's quite lovely here. W-We're expecting a bit of rain today. But, Mildred, can you-- can you hold on a moment? Okay, but hurry, Hal. I've got to talk to you. - [ Light Switch Clicks ] - Okay. Now I can talk. Oh, my God! Mom's incredible. I cannot believe I lived my entire life without knowing her. Sh-She's beautiful and fun... - and smart, and I love the gowns she designs. - But-- And I got her talking about how she and Dad first met. And, if you ask me... - there's like a whole possibility, like-- - Hallie, stop! We've got a major problem. You're going to have to bring mother out here immediately. Immediately? Are you nuts? I've only had one day with her. I'm just getting to know her. I can't. I won't. But this is an emergency! Dad's in love. Get out of here! Dad doesn't fall in love. I mean, at least not seriously. Trust me. He's serious about this one. He's always holding her hand and kissing her neck... and waiting on her hand and foot. - He is? - It's disgusting. Well, you'll just have to break 'em up. Sabotage her. Do whatever you have to. I'm trying, but, I mean, I'm at a slight disadvantage. I only met the man hours ago. Hal, you've got to get back here to help me. Annie, I can't. I want more time with Mom. - [ Paper Crackling ] - What's going on? Ann, are you still there? I can barely hear you. Ann. - I'm here. What do you-- - Operator. Operator. - I think I lost you, Ann. - Hello? - Thanks all the help, Hal. - [ Receiver Clicks ] - [ Martin ] Hm. - [ Gasps ] Hi. I had a phone call from a friend at camp. Y eah. I-It's an old camp tradition. Talk to your friend from inside a closet. Kinda stupid, I know, but-- [ Sighs ] So, breakfast anyone? Okay. Here we go. Most important meal of the day. Eggs sunny-side up, bacon, side of toast... and, in case you're really hungry... a stack of humongous chocolate chip pancakes, which smell incredible... - if I do say so myself. - Thanks, Chessy. You're not hungry again? You hardly touched your chili, your favorite food in the world. And now you don't want breakfast? Are you sick, honey? I'm fine. I promise. Where's Dad? Oh. He and Miss "I'll Just Have Half A Grapefruit, Thank You..." Ieft about an hour ago. You overslept, and he didn't want to wake you. Of course, I'd probably oversleep, too, if I were up until midnight... making mysterious phone calls from my bathroom. [ Chokes ] Um. Oh. Oh. That. I was calling a friend from camp, Mildred. She lives in New York. Oh, I see. So, you wanted to wait and call Mildred... at a time that was convenient her because of the time difference. Exactly. Because-- Because of the time difference. Uh-huh. So, you waited until it was 3:00 in the morning her time? - That makes perfect sense. - [ British Accent ] Actually-- It was 7:00 at night her time. You see, she lives in New Y ork, but she was on vacation... with her family in Bora Bora. - Mm-hmm. - Very smooth. Okay, look, smarty pants, your father wants you... to meet him at his office as soon as you're done with breakfast. He does? Thanks. I'm done. - [ Barking ] - [ Yells ] That dog has gotten so weird. Bye, Chessy. Thanks again breakfast. It was great. Push, Hal. Sorry. I... got. [ Laughs ] [ Door Slams ] Honey, I'm really glad you're here... 'cause there's something really important I want to talk to you about. That's funny, because there's something really important that I want to talk to you about. - Y eah? Well, you go first. - No, you. Okay. I want to talk to you about Meredith. And I want to talk to you about my mother. - What about Meredith? - Well, what about your mother? Dad, I'm almost . How long do you expect me... to buy that story that the stork dropped me on your doorstep? Oh, come on, Hal. We've talked about your mother. No, we haven't. Not really. A girl needs more in life than a half a crumpled old photograph. Dad, I'm almost a teenager. Face it. I need a mother. You know what? You're right. You're absolutely right. You do need a mother. Which brings me to-- - Meredith. - Hi. Hello, Hal. Hi. Hallie, this is my assistant, Richard. Richard, this is Nick's daughter, the one I've been telling you so much about. - Oh, hello. How are you? - Hi there. - Did you tell her? - Almost. - [ Sighs ] - Hey, if you're free later... why don't we all have lunch on the terrace? Well, actually, I promised Hal we'd hang out together this afternoon. Oh, no problem. I've got plenty to do. I'm working on a new label design, Nicky, featuring Y-O-U. You're gonna love it. See you dinner, darling. - Bye, Hal. - Bye. The first change I make is to send that two-faced little brat... off to boarding school in Timbuktu. Ooh. Ice Woman! And proud of it, babe. [ Laughs ] Come on, Dad. [ Nick ] Okay. Okay. You win. Pull up. Give that horse a rest. Whoa, Sprout. - [ Horse Whinnies ] - So, honey, are you excited about our camping trip? - What camping trip? - What camping trip? The one we take every summer... bee you go back to school. Oh. Oh. That camping trip. Y eah. Sure. I can't wait. So, uh, Hal. [ Clears Throat ] What do you think of Meredith? As what, Dad? Your-- Your publicist, your friend, your-- No. Just what do you think of her as a person? Oh. She's cute. She has nice hair, good teeth. She can spell the word "you." Honestly, Dad, the woman is a complete stranger to me. Why do you want my opinion, anyway? Well, I'll tell you why, Hal. - Because, believe it or not-- - Race you back to the ranch, Dad. - H-Hal. - [ Whinnies ] Hal, I'm trying to tell you something. Hey! Slow down. [ Breathing Heavily ] I'm in so over my head, here. I-I can't handle this. I-I just can't. I'm only one kid. - [ Gasps ] - You got something you want to share with the class, there, Hal? Chessy, you-- you gave me a fright. I gave you a fright? You scared me. I didn't know you were like-- like in here. Are you sure there isn't anything you want to talk to me about? Like, why Sammy never comes near you anymore. Or why your appetite's changed. Or why, all of a sudden, you're neat as a pin... and using expressions like, "You gave me a fright." Chessy, l... changed a lot over the summer, that's all. Okay. Boy, if I didn't know any better, I'd say it's almost like you were-- get it. It's impossible. Almost as if I were who, Chessy? Nobody. Nobody. get I mentioned it. Almost as if I were... Annie? You know about Annie? I am Annie. - [ Gasps ] Oh. - [ Nick ] Hal. Hal, why did you take off on me like that? I told you I wanted to talk to you about something. [ Smacks Lips ] Chessy, why are you looking at her like that? Like what? [ Scoffs ] I'm not looking at her any special way. I'm looking at her like I've looked at her years. Since the day she came home from the hospital-- Six pounds, ounces, 1 inches long-- This is how I look at her. [ Sobs ] Can I hug her? Oh, she's so beautiful... [ Laughs ] and so big. [ Sniffs ] I'm gonna make you something special to eat. What would you like? Anything? You know what? It doesn't matter. I'm just gonna go whip up everything we've got. Okay? Okay. Hal, come here. Now, we have to talk. - Okay. Shoot. - Okay. Honey... I wanna know what you think about making Meredith... part of the family. - Part of our family? - Yeah. -I think it's an awesome idea. Inspired. -Yeah? You do? - Brilliant. Really. - Really? You do? Totally. I mean, like it's a dream come true. I've always wanted a big sister. Oh. [ Chuckles ] Um. Honey, I think you're kinda missin' the point. No, I'm not. You're going to adopt Meredith. That is so sweet, Dad. No, I'm not going to adopt her. I'm... going to marry her. Marry her! That's insane! How can you marry a woman young enough to be my big sister? - [ Speaking French ] - Hal. Hal. Hal, calm down. Hal. Are you speaking French? I-I learned it at camp. Okay. I'm-I'm sorry. Let-Let's discuss this calmly-- calmly and rationally. - Y eah, and in English, if you don't mind. All right? - Okay. Sweetheart, what has gotten into you? Nothing. Nothing. Just-- Just-- Dad, you can't get married. It'll totally ruin completely everything. - [ Groans ] - Hal. Hal. Hallie. Don't look at me. I don't know a thing. - [ Groans ] - [ Horn Honks ] [ Rap On Car Stereo, lndistinct ] [ Stops ] [ Whispering ] She thought I was going to adopt her? - Hi, doll. - Hi. Oh, you look stressed, baby. - How about a martini? - How about a double? Coming right up. Chessy. Don't you love it? It's just what we need. It's such a big house. Chessy! You rang? Two martinis, please. And make Mr. Parker's a double. Chess, please. I'm getting a migraine. [ Clears Throat ] Mm-hmm. I told Hallie. You did? And? She went ballistic. She started yelling in French. I didn't even know she spoke French. I don't know what's gotten into her. Oh, Nicky. This reaction is totally classic. It's "Daddy's Getting Remarried 1." I'd be worried if she didn't act this way. Look. Why don't l go talk to her? You know, woman to woman. I-I think she's a little sensitive about you right now. That's why I need to do it. We've got to break the ice sometime. Wear your shirt like this. I like it when I can see a little chest hair. Hm. Knock, knock. Can I join you? Sure. Guess the news of the engagement... - came as a bit of a shock, huh? - Basically. You know, I remember what it was like to be . I had my first beau at . It's a wonderful age. You're just starting to feel like a woman... and, believe it or not, soon, you'll understand... what it's like to be in love. Me? I don't think so. I don't even have my -year-old molars yet. Oh, well. Take it from someone... who got their molars very early in life... being in love is a fantastic mystery... that takes a man and a woman-- I don't mean to be jerky when you're trying to be all mushy and everything... but I know what mystery my dad sees in you. You do? You're young and beautiful and sexy. And, hey. The guy's only human. But, if you ask me, marriage is supposed to be... based on something more than just sex, right? Boy. Your father underestimates you. But you won't, will you, Meredith? Being young and beautiful is not a crime, you know. And your , I adore your father. He's exactly the kind of man I always planned on marrying. This is the real deal, honey... and nothing you do is going to come between us. Hate to break it to you, angel... but you are no longer the only girl in Nick Parker's life. - Get over it. - If this is the real deal... then my dad's money... has nothing to do with you wanting to marry him, right? Okay, puss. You listen, and you listen good. I am marrying your father in two weeks, whether you like it or not. So I suggest you do not tangle with me anymore. You are in way over your head. Is that clear? Crystal. - [ Laughter, lndistinct ] - [ Grandfather ] Martin, a refill, please. [ Mom ] You must have grown three inches, I swear... - in six weeks. - [ Laughs ] - Lovely choice of wine, by the way, Martin. - Thank you, sir. - May I have a sip? - [ Smacks Lips ] I don't think you're gonna like it. [ Smacks Lips ] Well, if you ask me, the bouquet is a little too robust a merlot... but, then again, I'm partial to the softer Calinia grape. [ Laughs ] [ Laughs ] She learned about wine at this summer camp? [ Mom ] She must have. - [ Screams ] - [ Crashes ] - [ Grandfather Gasps ] - Darling, are you all right? I had one sip too many, I guess. You know, Mother, I feel like I could use a bit of fresh air. W-Would it be okay if I stepped outside a moment? Are-Are you okay? Would you like me to go with you? Oh, no, no, no. I'll be fine. Just got a touch woozy, that's all. [ Moans ] Woozy, huh? [ Breathing Heavily ] [ Exhales ] Um, yes, I'd like to place a collect call to America, please. - [ Ringing ] - Hello. - What's up? - Hal, I'm desperate. - Dad's getting married. - What do you mean, getting married? I mean black tie, white gown-- the whole enchilada. - What? - The wedding's in two weeks. So, if there's any hope of getting Mom and Dad back together... we've got to do it fast, and I mean really fast. Okay. So, Mom and I are going out to the theater tonight. I'll-I'll drop the bomb on her first thing in the morning. Okay. Thanks. - And, Hallie, hurry! - Okay, I will. [ Bell Dinging ] Oh, excuse me, sir. - Uh-oh. - Uh-oh. [ Chuckles ] Y es. Now, what say you and l take a little stroll... in the park, eh, young lady? - Okay. Um. - [ Whispers ] Now-- - Come on. What's this all about? - Well, it's a long story. Well, it's a very big park, and we've got plenty of time, you know. Well, first of all-- [ Mom Speaking French ] [ Sighs ] [ French Continues ] Just do it, sweet pea. Darling, come in. I just have to finish this sketch... and FedEx it off to Paris. And then, how about you and I go out to lunch... and spend the rest of the day getting lost in Harrod's, huh? I can't, Mother. Sorry. I-I have to go out of town today. Oh, you have to go out of town? And where, may I ask, are you going? - Annie. Annie. [ Laughs ] - [ Muffled ] That's where I have to go. - I have to go see Annie. - I see. And where might Annie be? In Napa with her father, Nick Parker. [ Gasps ] You're not Annie? That would be correct. You're Hallie? I am. Annie and l met at the camp... and-and we decided to switch places. I'm sorry, but I've never seen you... and-and I dreamt of meeting you my whole life. And Annie felt the exact same way about Dad, so-- so, we sorta just switched lives. I hope you're not mad... because I love you so much, and I just hope that one day... you could love me as me and not as Annie. Oh, darling. I've loved you your whole life. [ Kissing Sound ] [ Martin Sobbing ] I've never been so happy in my entire life. [ Crying ] So, l-- I guess you have to switch us back now, huh? [ Sniffs ] Well, technically, you belong to your dad... and Annie belongs to me. His-and-hers kids. No offense, Mom, but this arrangement really sucks. I agree, it totally sucks. Then, I say we fly to Napa, see Annie and Dad... and work this whole thing out. And I say you're right. Not to worry, darling. I'll take care of everything. You're not to worry. Okay? I'm sorry. I can't handle this. I mean, I haven't seen or heard from Nick Parker in over years... and suddenly I'm flying halfway across the world to-- [ lnhales ] I'm not mature enough this. If the man didn't make me so nuts, I'd still be married to him. I mean, we came up with this arrangement so that we'd never have to see each other again. I mean, look at me, Martin. Have you ever seen me like this? - We-- l-- - Don't answer that. I mean, what if he doesn't recognize me? No, don't answer that, either. So, Hallie said he was a-- a hunk? He was rather dishy. He had a smile that made me go weak at the knees, if you can imagine that. - Okay, I'm all set, Mom. - Great. Me too. Almost. Mom, your-your suitcase is like totally empty. Oh, right. Sorry. Um, did you speak to your father, dear? Um, yeah. Yeah. I just hung up with him, actually. He said he's really anxious to see you. Anxious-nervous, like he's totally, completely ding it? - Or anxious-excited, like he's looking ward to it? - Anxious-excited, definitely. - Oh. - He said he'll meet us tomorrow at noon... at the Stafd Hotel in San Francisco. My, my, my. That's incredibly soon. Isn't it? Well, um, why don't you run downstairs and-- and gather up our tickets... - from your grandfather while I finish up here. - Okay. [ Whispering ] Liar, liar. Pants on fire. - Shh! - Oh, Martin. I have a really ridiculous... somewhat childish request to make. Martin, you know that you're more than a butler to me. You're more like a lovable brother who just happens to wait on us, and, anyway... - I was wondering if-- - I would accompany you on the trip? - Make it a bit easier you? - Would you, Martin? Thank you so much. I'd be so grateful and you don't even have to come as our butler. - Just as a friend. - Madam, I'd be honored. And may I say-- as a friend-- if I were seeing my ex... after years and I had your legs... I'd wear this little baby. You'll kill in it! - Bye, darling. - Wish me luck. Good luck. - Bye, Pop. - Bye, Hal. So you're coming to Napa Thanksgiving. Right? I wouldn't miss it the world. - [ Car Engine Starting ] - Bye. - Oh, and say hello to your father me. - I will. [ Sighs ] Airport, please. Okay. They'll be here any minute. Now, be nice, Daddy. He's everything you ever wanted... your little girl, plus millions more. Then you know I'll be nice. [ All Laughing ] - [ Meredith ] Oh! Okay. There he is... - [ Sammy Barking ] with the whole motley crew. - Hi, darling. - Hi. Hallie, Chessy and Sammy! What in the world are you doing here? Honey, a dog at the Stafd? - Hal begged me to bring him. - Oh, you're such a softy. - Oh! - Good doggy. So, Meredith. These the folks? Yes. Mom, Dad. You finally meet. This is my fiance and the love of my life, Nicholas Parker. Hello, Nicholas. I'm so pleased to meet you. - I'm Vicki. - Hi. And this is Nick's adorable daughter, Hallie. This entire prenuptial get together was her idea, I'll have you know. How are you, young lady? We've heard nothing... - but wonderful things about you. - Hello, pet. You may call me Aunt Vicki. - Other end, madam. - Oops! - Yopes! - That was a great flight. Wasn't it? - I mean, it was so quick. - I've never seen you quite so thirsty bee, madam. Well, would you believe, Martin darling, I've never tasted vodka bee this trip. You could have fooled me, ma'am. [ Elizabeth ] Come on. Let's rock and roll. I am in such major trouble here. If the hotel can do it, I think that room is perfect the wedding. Not too big. Not too cramped. And not that... I don't like the idea of having the wedding at the house... - it's just that this could be amazing. - [ Annie ] Sammy! So, I've aly checked us in. Why don't we go upstairs... - freshen up and then rendezvous lunch? - Great! - Meet you in the bar in ten. Okay? - Oh! Perf. Sweetheart, now that we're here... why don't we go check out the honeymoon suite? I bet it is to die . Ooh. Oops! I got my bag. [ Chessy ] Hey, hang on. Sammy! - [ Barking ] - Sammy! - Sammy. - Excuse me. Did you find a beige-- Thank you. - Sammy. - Excuse me. Did you find a beige-- Thank you. - Oop! - Mom! Darling, you didn't have to wait me. I could have found the room by myself. Besides, I need to get a little fresh air. Go on, sweetie. I'll meet you up "thairs." I like that jacket, by the way. Were you wearing that the whole time we were on the plane? - Mom, watch out! - Sorry. She's drunk. She's never had more than one glass of wine... in her entire life, and she chooses today to show up totally zonked. She's drunk. She's never had more than one glass of wine... in her entire life, and she chooses today to show up totally zonked. Yeah, well, just do what the woman says... and meet her up "thairs." Maybe that's why they make "do not disturb" signs. [ Elevator Bell Dings ] [ Giggling ] Alone at last. Hallie Parker. Oh. Don't do this to me. I'm aly seeing double. It's me, Mom, Annie. Oh, darling. You look wonderful. Oh, my girls. I can't believe you're together. - But how could you do this to me? - [ Clearing Throat ] Excuse me. I hate to interrupt but... might I suggest that we continue... this little powwow inside? Hi. You probably don't remember me. Chessy! I knew I always liked her. One of you, I'm not sure which one at the moment... but one of you told me your father knew I was arriving here today. And I'm here to tell you the man I just saw in the elevator... had absolutely no idea he and l were on the same planet, let alone in the same hotel. - You saw Dad aly? - Y es, I did. Oh! The man went completely ashen like I was... the bloody ghost of Christmas past. Can one of you get something cold my head? I mean, don't you think I pondered what it was going to be like to see... your father after all these years? Well, let me tell you. Me waving like a mindless idiot... while Nick Parker's wrapped around another woman's arms... is not exactly the scenario I had in mind. - No, sirree. - [ Whistling ] [ Gasps ] Martin! What are you doing? - Going a dip, madam. Do you mind? - [ Giggles ] Uh? No, no. No, that's-- that's perfectly perfect. Have fun. - Someone ought to. - Hello. Hello. Hello to you. - Chessy, this is our butler Martin. - How do you do? I'm her butler. [ Speaking French ] Gee! The pleasure is all mine, monsieur. Girls, you were going to tell me why you lied... - and brought me here without telling your father. - [ Chessy ] Were they? Okay, that's good. Uh, well, then I'm just gonna go back to my room and check out... - the old mini-bar situation. - Allow me to assist you. Wait! Does everyone here know something I don't know? Mom. Daddy's getting married. To Cruella de Vil. She's awful, Mom. - We can't let him go through with it. - She's all wrong him, Mom. And the only way he won't marry her is if-- You tell her. She knows you better. - Is if he sees you again. - Wait a minute! You're not trying to set me up with your father? [ Hallie ] Actually, we are. You're perfect each other. Hold it. You two knew about this? What? Oh, no. - No! Madam, no. Absolutely no idea. - No, no, no, no. I had no idea. - Yes. I did know something. - Yes. Technically, yes. I had an inkling anyway. - Hallie told me the story. - It's their idea. It's so sweet. - I'm an old romantic, you know. You know me. - So am l. Okay, okay. Let me say this... Ioud and clear. Nick Parker and I have absolutely nothing in common... anymore. Plus, in case you haven't noticed... he seems extremely content with his leggy, tight-skirted, bare-backed fiancee. And I want the two of you to explain to your father that I am here one purpose only. And that is to switch the two of you back. Now, let's do what we have to do and be done with it. Understood? - Hey, Dad. What's up? - Hi. Just running down to the lobby. Hey, Hal! - Huh? - Do me a favor, will you, while I'm gone. - Will you just look after Meredith me? - Mm-hmm. - Huh? Thanks. Hallie, Hallie. - Yeah? How do I look? Like presentable and everything? - Not too old? - You look fab, Dad. Young and fab. [ Elevator Bell Dings ] - Dad. - I thought you were going to keep Meredith company. - I was? - Yeah. I mean, I am, yeah. I was just looking her, actually. Great to see you, Dad. It's great to see you too, squirt. - Nice outfit. - Oh. Thanks. Well, go on. Get up there. Come on. Let's get together Yeah, yeah, yeah - Why don't you and I combine - [ Elevator Bell Dings ] Let's get together What do you say - Have you seen your father? - You talkin' to me? What are you? Robert De Niro? Yes, I am talking to you. Oh, Meredith. - Uh, yeah. I just saw him. - Well, hello! Where was he? Uh, he went that-a-way. I think. [ Sighs ] [ Smacks Lips ] - What are you staring at? - Oh, nothing, nothing. You're just really very pretty. That's all. Oh. Don't tell me you're gonna break your rotten streak... and suddenly be nice to me? If you see your father, tell him he's late and I'm waiting. Whatever you say, Cruella. Here you go. This will cure anything you've got. - Just don't ask what's in it. - Okay. Here's to-- Here's to you. May your life be far less complicated than mine. Thank you. Ugh. - Martini, dry, please. - [ Burps ] I beg your pardon. I-- I think I just drank tar. Here's your martini and your bill, Ms. James. Thank you. - You're Elizabeth James? - Guilty. Ah! I just saw a wedding dress you designed in Vogue and fell completely in love with it. I faxed your office just yesterday and they said you were out of town... and didn't know if you could make another. - [ Gasps ] I can't believe it. It's fate. I'm Meredith Blake. - How do you do? [ Seagulls Squawking ] Sorry. - Excuse me. - Excuse me. Where have you been? We've been looking all over you. Nicholas, I think this hotel is perfect the wedding. - The more I see of it, the more I like it. - Me too. Absolutely. Now, tell me, dear. How many are we expecting from your side of the family? Just a guestimate. Can I get back to you on that? I'm-- I'm not sure at the moment. Excuse me. Pardon me. Sorry. - Oh, boss, are you okay? - Yeah, I'm fine. - Uh, sir? Oh! - Dad, watch out! - Oh! - Oh, careful! - [ Nick Groans ] - [ Gasps ] - [ Gasps ] - [ Shutter Clicks ] [ Chuckles ] [ Groaning ] - Hello, Liz. - Hello, Nick. Well, gosh. There you are. What do you know? Uh... is there something going on here that I should know about... because I'm stunned to see you. But, uh, you don't seem as stunned to see me. I mean, I haven't seen or heard from you in what-- ten, eleven years? - All of a sudden on the very day that-- - Dad... - I can explain why she's here. - Hallie. You know who this is? Actually, yes. And actually, I'm not Hallie. Actually, I am. Both of them? Annie? Hallie? I guess you and Mom kind of think alike 'cause you both sent us... to the same camp and we met there. And the whole thing just sort of spilled out. They switched places on us, Nick. You mean I've had Annie with me all this time? Well, I wanted to know what you were like, and Hallie wanted to know Mom. And... are you angry? Oh, honey. Of course not. I just can't believe it's you. Last time I saw you, you had diaper rash. Oh, squirt, you're all wet. - [ Chuckling ] It's all right. - Look at you. Well, I'm grown up now and quite without a father. And I'm headed into my crazy, mixed-up teenage years... and I'll be the only girl I know without a mother to fight with. Hallie, you've been in London all this time? Come here, squirt. Mom's amazing, Dad. I don't know how you ever let her go. Girls, why-- why don't you let your father and l... talk alone a couple of minutes, okay? - Sure. Fine. - Take your time. I don't believe this. Seeing them together. - And seeing you. Ow! - Ooh! Let me help you with that. - Oh, excuse me. Do you have a first aid kit? - Yeah, of course. Why don't you lie down? - Here you go. - Thanks. So, how are you, Lizzy? Or does everyone call you Elizabeth now? Oh, no, no. Lizzy's-Lizzy's fine. [ Chuckles ] My dad still calls me Lizzy. - Y eah. I've been, uh, been terrific. - Y eah. You know, you haven't changed a bit. Finally. There you are. Oh! Uh... oh, good. You've met. Honey, Elizabeth designs... wedding gowns and she's going to make my-- Wait, um... I-- I don't understand. How did you two meet? And Nicky, why are you all wet? You're making my fiancee's wedding gown. Well, l-I didn't know she was your fiancee. Well, how did we meet? How did you two meet? - Am I missing something here? - [ Nick ] You know what? - This is one small world. - Um, how small? - Hi, Mer. - Hello. - How ya doin'? - [ Yelping ] Oh! Oh! Oh! Honey, did I ever mention to you that Hallie was a twin? No. I'm afraid you got that little detail. Don't feel bad, Mer. He never mentioned it to me either. By the way, I'm the real Hallie. This is Annie. She was pretending to be me while I was pretending to be her. And this is our mother, Elizabeth James. This is your mother? - Y es. - Y es. - You were married to him? - Y eah. - Guilty again. Oh, well. This is a small world. - And getting smaller. - And what a coincidence... that we're all here on the exact same weekend. My, my, my. How sweet. [ Chuckles ] Hal, I've had enough surprises one day. Will you please just tell me where we're going? You're gonna love it, Dad. Trust me. Hello. Hey. [ Whispering ] So, uh... do you have any idea where they're taking us? - Not a clue. - Right. Where are we? This is where we're eating? No. Actually, that's where we're eating. [ Annie ] It's ours the night. [ Nick ] Wow! So, how exactly are we paying this? - Well, we pooled our allowances. - Yeah. Right, Annie. Okay. Grandfather chipped in a bit. - Annie. - Okay. He chipped in a lot. - Come on. You guys are gonna love it. - Pretty snazzy. Elizabeth and Nick, your dinner awaits you. Girls. The table is only set two. Oh, that's the other part of the surprise. - We're not joining you. - [ Laughs ] You're not? No, but I am. Good evening. I'm Chessy, and I'll be your server this evening. - No wisecracks, please. - And I'm Martin your sommelier. May I offer you both a taste of the bubbly... in the hope that you get a bit shnockered... and not fire this lovely lady and myself... following the orders of these audacious -year-olds. Annie, mood music, please. [ Clicks ] - [ Clicks ] - I love you [ Annie ] Just relax. - sentimental reasons - Sail though time back to yesteryear. I hope you do believe me You do get all this, don't you? - Yes, I'm beginning to. - I'll give you my heart - They're recreating the night we met-- the boat, the music-- - I love you - The help. - It's so sweet. - Martin, I think I'll take that drink. - [ Continues, lndistinct ] Thank you, Martin. - [ Martin Mutters ] - Oh! Y eah. - And say we'll never part - [ Nick ] To tell you the truth... - I haven't been on a boat since the Q.E. . - Neither have l. Hmm? Well, then, here's to, uh-- Our daughters. - Our daughters. - [ Clinking ] - Darling, I'm never lonely - [ Both Gasp ] - Now I know how a goldfish feels. - Ugh! You know, sometime if we're ever really alone... maybe we could... talk about... what happened between us. It all feels a bit hazy to me now. It ended so fast. It started so fast. Well, that part I remember perfectly. [ Both Laughing ] - I've given you my heart - It looks like things are heating up quite nicely. I'd say it's safe to serve the vichyssoise. You ladle, I'll serve. I'm sorry. Yes, I'll... uh, ladle. Right. And then I'll-- - Serve? - Right. Right. [ Elizabeth ] So... you've done fantastically well. Um... your dream of owning your own vineyard actually came true. Mm-hmm. What about you? You were always drawing... on napkins and corners of newspapers. - Now you're this major designer. - Yeah, it's great. We both actually got where we wanted to go. Yeah, we did. Anyway, what are we going to do about the girls? Well, now that they met, we can't very well keep them apart. Well, I could keep them half of the year, and then you could keep them. - Well-- - Guys. They can't go to two different schools every year. - That's nuts. - I agree. Well, then, I could keep them both a whole year, and you could keep them... - Liz. - Hmm. Mm-mm. - That's why we came up with-- - Mm-hmm. - [ Clears Throat ] - Oh, G-- Sorry. Ignore me. Enjoy your soup. That's why we came up with the solution that we have. Really? I thought it was because... we decided never to see each other again. Not we, Liz. Well, you know, that part's become a bit hazy to me, too, over the years. - You don't remember the day you packed? - No, that day I remember perfectly. Did I hurt you when I threw that, um-- - What was it? Uh, uh-- - It was... a hair dryer. - Oh, right. [ Laughs ] Sorry. - [ Laughs ] You know, I may never be alone with you again. So, about that day that you packed-- Why'd you do it? Oh, Nick. We were so young... and we both had tempers. We said stupid things and so I packed. Got on my very first 77... and... you didn't come after me. I didn't know that you wanted me to. Well, it doesn't really matter anymore. So, let's just put a good face on... the girls and get the show on the road, huh? Yeah, sure. Let's... get the show on the road. Your passport, Ms. James. Have a safe trip home. - Thank you. - [ Telephone Ringing ] - All set then. Where's Annie? - I just rang up. She's on her way down. Right. So, I'll send Hallie back to you over Christmas. - And Annie will spend Easter with you. - Mm-hmm. [ Elevator Bell Dings ] Honey, what are you doing in those clothes? We've got a plane to catch. Here's the deal, Mom. We thought it over, and we decided we're being totally gypped. Dad promised we'd go on our camping trip. And we want to go... together. What camping trip? The one we go on every summer bee school starts. Annie, this is ridiculous. Go upstairs and put your clothes on. - Are you sure I'm Annie? - Well, of course, I'm sure. But, it's kind of hard to be 0% positive, isn't it? Girls, this is totally unfunny. You're gonna make your mother miss her airplane. - Annie! - [ Both ] Yes! This one's Hallie. I'm positive. You know, I hope you're right, Dad. Because you wouldn't want to send the wrong kid all the way back to England. Would you? Here's our proposition. [ Clears Throat ] We go back to Dad's house, pack our stuff... and the four of us leave on the camping trip. - The four of us? - And when you bring us back... - we'll tell you who's Annie and who's Hallie. - Or you do as we say... and I take one of you back with me to London whether you like it or not. And what am I supposed to do three days? Sit home and knit? Honey, we have kind of a sticky situation. - Sticky situation? What do you mean, "sticky situation"? What exactly-- - Hmm-hmm. Excuse me. What is she doing here? You see, that's part of the deal. The four of us... we... go together. - What are you suddenly, the Brady Bunch? This is ridic-- - Hello. - [ Clears Throat ] - Everything all right? Well, no. Actually it isn't. I didn't realize that you were going on this little outing. - And to tell you the truth, I'm not so sure that I'm okay with it. - I agree. [ Elizabeth ] I think the ex-wife in the next sleeping bag is a little weird. - Thank you. - I absolutely insist that you come with us. Really. [ Chuckles ] Liz-- No, honestly, Nick. I've messed up your entire weekend. It's the least I can do. Really, please. Dad, what's Meredith doing here? - Your mother invited her. - What? Be nice. - Okay. All set? Have fun, everyone. - What? Liz, what are you doing? Well, I really think that you and Meredith need some time alone bee the big day. Mom, come on! That's not the plan. Ah, honestly, you'll have much more fun without me. Wait, wait. If you're not going, I certainly don't have to go. I mean, trust me, I'm not a big nature girl. But this is your chance to really get to know the girls. I mean, after all, starting next week, they're-- they're half yours. Have fun, all of you! Bye-bye! Oh, I would pay big money to see that woman climb a mountain. [ All Chattering, lndistinct ] - [ Laughs, Squeals ] - Whoa! - Come on, you guys. - Whoa! Oh! [ Laughing ] [ Grunting ] Oh, I'm gonna kill my trainer. He says I'm in such great shape. I can't believe people actually do this fun. Hold on. We're stopping. Again? Dad, at this rate, it'll take us... three days just to get to the lake. Meredith isn't used to the altitude. Just chill, okay? [ Meredith ] Ooh. Ah, I'm in serious pain. Somebody hand me my Evian. I can't move. Sure. Brilliant. - [ Snickers ] - Here you go, Mer. [ Screaming ] Honey, you okay? What happened? This little guy was on her Evian bottle. Oh, he won't hurt you, Meredith. Oh, right, right, right. Right. I know. You, uh, go ahead. I'll be fine. [ Screams ] Get that thing away from me. I hate things that crawl. Aagh! How can you touch that? Just put it down. Okay. Okay. I'll put it down. - [ Nick ] Girls? - What? - What? I'm going to take the lead. The two of you help Meredith. All right? Sure, you'll help me. Right over a cliff, you'll help me. - Not a bad idea. - Y eah. See any cliffs? - Aah, my backpack. - Need a hand, Mer? Not from you, thank you. Don't think I can't see right past those angelic faces. One more trick from you two, and I promise... I will make your lives miserable from the day I say "l do." Got it? Got it, Cruella. What did you call me? [ Hallie ] Nothing, nothing. Not a thing, Cruella. Oh, by the way, Mer, I think there's something on your head. [ Laughing ] [ Screams ] - [ Coughing ] - Are you all right? - Aah! [ Whining ] - What... happened? [ Gasping ] Ask... them. What did we do, Dad? We were right behind you. [ Hallie, Annie Chattering, lndistinct ] Here we go, girls. This will hold us a while. [ Pop, lndistinct ] Sure you don't want some trout, Mom? Is that okay, by the way, if we start calling you mom? I think your mother would prefer if you called me Meredith. And no thank you. I do not eat... trout... the thousandth time. I will wait until breakfast. - What are we having? - [ Together ] Trout. - [ Sighs ] - Come on. It's part of the experience. Mmm. And what's the other part? Being eaten to death by mosquitoes? God, you'd think they actually like this stuff. Well, what's that you're using? Let me see that. Well, you're gonna attract every mosquito in the state with this stuff. It's sugar and water. Where'd you get it? That's it. I am taking one large sleeping pill... and going to bed. [ Clacking ] Meredith, what are you doing? - I don't want the mountain lions to-- - [ Both Snickering ] There are no mountain lions up here, are there? No. [ Sticks Banging ] - [ Sighing ] - [ Sighing ] Good night. Girls, I'm telling you. Lay off. This isn't her thing, okay? I'm not marrying her because she's Annie Oakley. Who's Annie Oakley? Just cool it. - [ Animal Howling ] - [ Crickets Chirping ] - [ Owl Hooting ] - [ Whispering ] Come on. Come on. Okay. [ Hallie ] I hope that one large sleeping pill worked. [ Annie Snickering ] [ Snoring ] - [ Hallie Snickering ] You take that side. - [ Annie ] All right. - Gosh, she's heavy. - She's also like... snoring. [ Both Snickering, Grunting ] [ Gasps ] Nicky? - [ Laughing ] - [ Laughing ] [ Soft Moaning ] [ Grunting ] [ Both Snickering ] - Sweet dreams, Mommie Dearest. - [ Laughing ] [ Bird Chirping ] Mmm. That feels nice. [ Screaming ] [ Echoing ] Nicky! [ Screaming Continues ] Oh, man. Ooh! Ugh! Ugh! Ugh! - What's goin' on? - Here's what's going on, buddy! The day we get married is the day l ship those brats off to Switzerland. Get the picture? It's me or them. Take your pick. - Them. - [ Amazed Sigh ] - Excuse me? - T-H-E-M, them. Get the picture? [ Screaming ] - [ Horn Honking ] - [ Sammy Barking ] Hello. You're back so soon. - Did you have fun? - Well, I wouldn't go right to fun. - You wouldn't? - We've been punished to the end of the century. - Starting now. Go! - Where's Meredith? - We played a couple of harmless tricks on her and she kind of freaked out a little. - Hmm. A little? Hmm. She threw this at my head. At least it's smaller than a hair dryer. Oh, Nick, it's all my fault. If I hadn't suggested she go-- Or tricked! Tricked would be more like it. Like mother, like daughters. I-I really am sorry. - We are too, Dad. - Really. Yeah. Up to your room... now. I gotta remember to thank them one day. So, where's Chessy? I'm starving. Well, she and Martin went off on a picnic around noon... yesterday. [ Southern Accent ] Really! Who would have thought-- my nanny, your butler! - Hmm. - [ Laughing ] Well, what do you say I whip us up something to eat? - You can cook now? - Oh, yeah. I can, uh, make pasta and pasta and, uh-- - Mmm, pasta sounds good. - Well, pasta it is. [ Annie ] Okay, I'll take two. - Hey, Dad! - Wow! You look so nice! - [ Hallie ] Where are you going? - Good night, ladies. [ Sighs ] - Oh, wow! - This is where I keep my private stash. Did you know I also collect wine? - Really? - Mm-hmm. I'm a man of limited interest. Come here. This... is a 191 Burgundy. - They say the rain that year made this the best Burgundy ever harvested. - Oh. Now, you will appreciate this. Come here. Look. "VJ day, 195." - That's incredible. - I love that. Now, this is the same wine that was served at my parents' wedding. - A Bordeaux-- '5. - Aww. I think my sister was conceived on this baby. What's this one? "Where dreams have no end-- - 1983."" - That one actually took me years to track down. Why? Where's it from? It's the wine that we drank at our wedding. I now have every bottle ever made. You do. I do. - Can we open one? - You're the only one I'd drink it with. - You okay? - Oh, yeah. I just got a little dust in my eye. Hmm? I can offer you a clean sleeve. No, no. I'm fine really. All better. You don't always have to be so brave, you know. Oh, but I do actually. [ Vehicle Approaching ] [ Whispering ] That will be Chessy. She has a key. [ Door Opens, Closes ] [ Chessy ] Hello. Anybody home? We'll be right up. Oh Every time We say good-bye I die a little - Every time - [ Sighs ] We say good-bye I wonder why A little Why the gods Above me Who must be in the know Think so little of me - Take care of yourself. - Y eah, I will. You too. They allow you to go And when you're near There sits an air - I love you. - I love you too. Of spring about it I can hear - A lark somewhere - [ Thunder Rumbling ] Begin to sing About it There's no love So finer But how strange the change You made Your mind up Every time We say good-bye [ Sighs ] Hello. We're home. - Grandfather? - I'll check the study. Hey, stranger. Hey, Mom, did you know the Concord gets you here in half the time? Yes, l-I've heard that. Huh! What are you doing here? It took us around 30 seconds after you guys left... us to realize we didn't want to lose you two again. We? We. [ Gasps ] I made the mistake of not coming after you once, Lizzy. I'm not going to do that again no matter how brave you are. And I suppose you just expect me to go weak at the knees... and fall into your arms and cry hysterically... and say we'll just figure this whole thing out-- a bicontinental relationship... with our daughters being raised here an-and there and... and you and I just... picking up where we left off, and-- and growing old together and-- and-- [ Sighs ] Come on, Nick. What do you expect? - To live happily ever after? - Yes... to all the above. Except you don't have to cry hysterically. Oh, yes, I do. [ Sighs ] We actually did it. [ Squeals ] This will be an everlasting love This will be the one I've waited This will be the first time Anyone has loved me I'm so glad you found me in time And I'm so glad that you rectified my mind This will be an everlasting love me Yeah, whoa-oa Loving you is some kind of wonderful Because you've shown me just how much you care You've given me the thrill of a lifetime And made me believe you've got more thrills to spare, oh This will be an everlasting love Oh, yes, it will now You've brought a lot of sunshine into my life You've filled me with happiness I never knew You gave me more joy than I ever dreamed of And no one, no one can take the place of you This will be you and me Yes, sirree, eternally Hugging and squeezing and kissing and pleasing Together ever Through rain and whatever Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah You and me So long as I'm living true love I'll be giving To you I'll be serving 'cause you're so deserving Hey, you're so deserving From now on From now on, yeah From now on From now on From now on 剧本

  关于卫生用品的词-- :5: A:Stone. I'd like to know some words about toiletries. You know it's funny. I've been learning English years and not until yesterday did I know how to sa toilet paper.  Stone.我想知道一些关于卫生用品的词你知道我学了十二年英语,可直到昨天我才知道卫生纸怎么说  B:What? You're kidding.  什么?你开玩笑  A:I'm not. There're always times that I can't find the correct word. Like all those toiletries. I don't know most of them.  没有我总是找不到我想说的词比如说卫生用品吧大部分词我都不知道  B:Easy,buddy. I'm here to help. So what do you wanna know?  容易我来帮你你想知道什么?  A:What's the stuff that you use to wash your hair?  你们用来洗头的东西叫什么?  B:Ok, that's called shampoo. And nowadays you could find shampoo all kinds of hair in the supermarket, dry hair, oily hair and normal hair. You know what I mean?  叫shampoo.现在你可以在超市里买到适合所有发质的洗发水适合干性,油性,和中性发质的都有  A:Yeah.  是的  B:Ok. After washing my hair, I'd always use some hair conditioner, which is something that makes your hair glow.  洗完头发之后,我会用一些护发素那种能让你头发发亮的东西  A:And what's the stuff that you use to shave?  那你们用来刮脸的东西呢?  B:Well, Chinese like to use shaver, cause they don't have that much hair. As me, I'd prefer a razor. And in order to shave, we have to buy shaving cream, which can make shaving easier.  中国人喜欢用电动刮脸刀,因为他们没那么多胡子我则更喜欢用剃须刀还有为了刮起来更容易,我还会买剃须膏  A:Skip the bursh-teeth part. I know tooth brush and tooth paste.  刷牙部分就不用说了我知道牙刷和牙膏  B:Ok. After shaving. I'll use some deodorant.  好刮脸之后,我要用一些除臭剂  A:What is deodorant?  那是什么?  B:That is something which can remove your bad smell. It's like a stick. You can apply some under your arm.  就是那种能去处体味的东西它一般是棒状的你可以抹在胳膊下  A:Do you use perfume?  你用香水吗?  B:Listen. Perfume is girls. Men use cologne.  听者香水是给女人用的男人用古龙  Attention Please…特别提醒  [你可以请外教反复帮你模仿训练下面句子词组的正宗美式发音]  [1]shampoo and hair conditioner洗发水和护发素对于每个人来说都是必不可少的除了这两样东西之外人们还会用hair lotion {发乳}, hair tonic{炬油膏},styling gel {发胶},mousse {丝}等  []tooth paste如果你使烟民,你也许要买那种能去烟渍的牙膏那种牙膏叫smoker's tooth paste .不过那种牙膏除了价格贵一些之外与普通牙膏没什么分别  [3] deodorant除臭剂odor指的是气味在odor之前加上前缀de-,就有了否定的意思成了除臭剂  Related Words…相关词汇  以下这些词并未给出汉语意思,你可以试着用我们学到的英语问问外教它们的意思  [ ie:What does "***"mean?"***"是什么意思?]  to squeeze toothpaste on the toothbrush to gargle and spit out the foam  to rub my hands together to create lather to blow dry my hair exfoliate

  人鬼情未了 Ghost 英文剧本 --31 3:31: 来源: Ghost script -Oh, this is great! - Wow! Oh, that's incredible. There's got to be seven or eight feet up there. - And eighty years of dust. - Oh, look at all this height. We could put our bedroom upstairs, and get all this space. - what? - Just space. One! Two! Three! - And four? - Come on. And five? - Watch, watch! - God, this place is huge. - It's beautiful. - God! - You guys, it's absolutely incredible. - lncredible. - A little paint. - Sell it tomorrow, double your money. Carl, you're obsessed. A little bit. Wow, look! Hey, it's an lndian Head penny. 1 898. It's a good omen. You're the good omen. Oh, it's so great! I had Rose move your 3 o'clock with Bob Kahan to o'clock. Gary Alan called. He has to see you about the painting bids the loft. 3 o'clock is the only time he can make it. Is that OK? Sam? - I'm sorry. - Relax, man. You're not having brain surgery. Pitching these Japanese guys makes me so nervous. Sam, you're going to be great. OK? What am I supposed to say? I can't really tell them my Swedish girl joke. Great. Where did you get those? Molly. What do you think? Are they me? - Oh, man. Look at that, a Testarossa. - Wow... - Ouch! - Pay off your Mustang first. How are you? What did the doctor say? He said that it was contagious. That it was really... - No? - Yeah. I shouldn't even be coming in today. What about the rash? The rash? The rash is also incredibly contagious. - He said they've both been sping. - No? On your genitals again? Yeah, yeah, right on the genitals. Basically everywhere. He said that I shouldn't touch anyone. Excuse me, I'm sorry. - You're sick! - I know. - Morning, Paul. - Morning, Carl. Save it, Paul. - Morning, Mr Wheat. - Susie. You're looking good. - Sam. - Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. - Here it is. - Thanks. - Morning, Sam. - Morning, Rose. - Listen, the Kobiashi people... - They're aly here. - They're early! - I know. - Come here! - Andy Dillon called... - How long have they been here? - Ten minutes. Andy Dillon called. He needs 0,000 transferred to Albany by ten. - By ten? - Yes. - Carl? - Yeah. Carl... Dillon needs 900,000 in Albany by ten. Can you transfer it to his ? - Yes, but I need your MAC code. - OK. - Discretion, right? - Got it. - You bet. I'll do it right now. - Thanks. Bill, I'll call you back. OK, that's fine. That's fine. This is too far out. Can you get this, man? Are you guys from the New York City Ballet? Almost... - Saved your life! - You shit. Why do you scare me to death? It's better than seeing this gorgeous body splattered all over the place. Look out! - Grab it! - Sam, Moll! Are you guys home? - Did you invite Carl? - Slave labour. - Carl! - Hurry, help! - Oh, my God. - Grab the bottom. - Now, go there. - Here? - Right here? - Watch your toes. - Where do you want this? - In the bedroom. - God, this place looks great! - You like it, huh? Like is hardly the word. I had no idea it would be this beautiful. It's incredible. - What about her? - Leave her until the other stuff is here. - What are these? - Oh, let me show you. Will you help me lift this up? - Just finished it. What do you think? - I love it. Sam, what's this chair doing here? - I love that chair. - I know, but we discussed this. I've had it ever. - When I watch TV, I sit in it. - This chair is ugly. - And it doesn't go with anything. - It goes with me. You're right, it does. - We'll paint it. - We'll what? Are you OK? I'm fine. What's the matter? Nothing. Are you worried about the promotion? No, not really. Then what - moving in together? No. I don't know. It's a lot of things. I just don't want the bubble to burst. It seems like... ..whenever anything good in my life happens, I'm afraid I'm going to lose it. I love you. I really love you. Ditto. The pilot's first report of trouble was he blew the number two engine... Oh, Jesus. Another one? Don't watch that. I should cancel my LA trip. These things always happen in threes. Sam, get serious! - Besides, you lead a charmed life. - Yeah, so did they. It's amazing. Just like that... Blackout. What are you doing? I couldn't sleep. Boy... I really must have passed out. - What time is it? - It's am. Oh, no! I hope it wasn't a masterpiece. Well, it's not now. - Can I help? - Yeah. Put your hands here... Now get them wet. Let the clay slide between your fingers. Oh, no. - What's the matter? - A glitch. What's up? The Greenberg and White s, I can't get in. The code doesn't work. - I changed it. - Why? - I just want to nose around a bit. - Is something wrong? Can you keep a secret? Yeah, sure. What's up? There's too much money in these s. That's impossible. Sam, this is going to take you hours. Let me do this. - It aly has taken me hours. - Let me figure it out you. No, it's OK. It's like a vendetta now. Thanks, though, I appreciate it. - If you start to go blind, give a shout. - OK. Adios. Listen, what are you and Moll doing tonight? We're going to the theatre. She wants to see Macbeth. I think she likes the guys in tights. - You want to go? - No. I want a full report, though. - Later. - Yeah. Well, I loved it. I was spellbound the whole time. I could tell, and so could the rest of the audience, with that snore of yours. - Did I tell you what Marcia said? - About six times. It wasn't six times. Quit being so blase about this. This was really important. I'm going to have two pieces in her gallery. The New York Times reviews her gallery all the time. The New York Times is a frustrated critic with pimples on his ass who flunked art school. Who cares what they think? About 8 million ers, that's who. No, they're just ing the sports page. Your work is really beautiful. It really is. It shouldn't matter what anyone else thinks, just what I think. - I want to marry you, Sam. - What? - What? - Yeah, I've been thinking about it. I've been thinking about it a lot. I think we should just do it. - Are you serious? - Yeah. What's that look ? You never wanted to talk about it. - Do you love me, Sam? - What do you think? - Why don't you ever say it? - What do you mean? - I say it all the time. - You say "ditto." That's not the same. People say "l love you" all the time, and it doesn't mean anything. Sometimes you need to hear it. I need to hear it. Let's go! - What should we do? - Let me handle it. - What do you want? - Your wallet! Sam, just give it to him. Just take the money. Just leave... No! Sam! You son of a bitch! Somebody help us! Somebody! Somebody help us! Stop it, Sam! Molly? Molly! You got...? Oh, baby, hold on. You're going to be OK. Somebody? Somebody! Somebody help us! Oh, my God! Oh, Sam, come on. Come on, baby. You're going to be OK. Somebody? Somebody help me! Please, anybody! OK, lady, take it easy. We'll help you. Molly? Molly? Molly! What shall we do? What's happening? What's... Is he breathing? Oh, goddamn, hold on. Here we go. Sam, don't you leave me! Hold on! If you would just step this way. - So, what happened to you? - What? You're new, huh? I can tell. - Are you talking to me? - Relax, it ain't like bee. It's a whole new ball of wax. - Who are you? - I'm waiting my wife. She's in the cardiac wing. She's fighting it. Shot? That'll do it every time. Poor bastard. You may as well get used to it - you could be here a long while. I'll tell you a secret. Doors ain't as bad as you think. Zip-zap - ain't nothing at all. You'll see. You'll catch on. He ain't going to make it. I've seen it a million times - he's a goner. You see? Here they come. Lucky bastard! It could have been the other ones. You never know. Who are they? No! God help me! Help me! "l am sunk in the abysmal swamp where there is no foothold. "l have reached the watery depths. The flood overwhelms me. "l am wearied with calling." As we say farewell to our friend, Sam Wheat, we are reminded of his kindness, his generosity, his buoyancy of spirit. All that we treasure, our loved ones, our friends, our body... ..our mind, are but on loan to us. We must surrender them all. We are all travellers on the same road, which leads to the same end. As our loved one enters eternal life, Iet us remember that love, too, is eternal. That although we will miss him, our love will light the void and dispel the darkness. I picked up your shirts today. I don't know why. Mr Reynolds told me to tell you "hello." I broke into tears. It's like I think about you every minute. It's like I can still feel you. I'm here, Moll. What's the matter, kitty? What's the matter? Crazy cat. Sam? It's really stupid. I love this picture. It's great. Office. Let me see that! Sam's address book. - Dave Brubeck, should I toss them? - No. No? Molly, we hated that concert. You wanted to save those? Rolaids? Molly, what are you doing? I just miss him, Carl. Me, too. Carl? Wait a minute. Not that one. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to put that on there. Hey, Moll. Why don't you come? - It's like summer outside. - No. I'm really not up it. - It would be good you to get out. - I don't want to. You can't stay in here all day. It's not healthy. I can't do it! You're not the one who died. - I'm sorry. - Don't apologise. Shit! - Maybe you're right. Just a short one. - That a girl! I'm sorry. Molly? What are you doing here? You bastard! You son of a bitch! What do you want? Molly? Molly, get out! No, Molly! No, please? He's got a gun, Molly! Hi, kitty. You hurt her, I'll... Shit! Is somebody there? Hello? Let go! What are you doing? Like trains? Stay out! This is mine. Shit! It's me. I couldn't get it. She came home. Give me a couple of days. I'll go back. Relax. I'll get it. Get what? Who are you? What do you want from us? No. You stay away from her! Do you hear me? You stay away from her! Rosa Santiago? Please be seated. Our sister will be with us soon. Sister Oda Mae, grant us the gift of your all-seeing presence. Appear bee us now. Mrs Santiago? - Buenos d'ias. - I'm Oda Mae Brown. You wish to contact your husband. I believe he'll be with us today. Thank you. But you know, Mrs Santiago, there's no telling about that other world, so you've got to be a believer. Are you a believer? S'i, I believe, I believe. Then let us begin. I can't. It's too difficult. I just can't seem to make contact. No - wait! I'm feeling something. Did he know someone by the name of Anna? Consuelo? Lucita? Julietta? Josephina? Linda? Maria? S'i, s'i! His Mama, she is Maria. Yes! Praise God. I knew he was with his Mama. Oh, my God... It's too difficult. It's two of them - I'm not sure I can do that. I pay more! How much? - How much? - Twenty dollars. Way to go. Milk her every penny. Yes. I believe we can start again. Praise the Lord! Thank you, Jesus. Welcome, Mrs Santiago. You are tunate, the spirits are churning. - My husband? - Mercy! Oh, yeah, where? - Julio? - Yes. I feel his vibration. - I see him. - How is he? How does he look? He's a handsome man. Handsome? Mrs Santiago, in our Father's Kingdom, we're all handsome. Oh, Julio. Julio is coming towards us. I see him! He's coming. He's there. He's dressed in a black suit. Black suit? - Could be blue. - What a crock of shit. Who is that? Where are you? Did you hear it? Where are you? - Who are you? - Who? - You can hear me? - Can't you hear him? I don't believe this. My name is Sam Wheat. Can you hear me? - Say my name, "Sam Wheat." - Leave me alone! - Talk to me, Oda Mae. - Sam Wheat. - Jesus...! - Sam Wheat? I swear, no more cheating. I'll do anything, just make that guy go away. No way. It's OK. - All right, sister? - Yeah, you're all right. My mother had it, and her mother. They both had the gift. They always said I had it, but I never did, I never had it. They told me all about it, but now that I've got it, I don't think I want it. Just go away. Find somebody else. - You're out of your mind. - I'm getting there fast. She hit her head hard. She was talking to somebody bee that. Sister can do that. - Where exactly are you? - Standing right beside you. - You're standing right beside me? - Honey, we're right here! - Are you white? - What? - White? - You're white, aren't you? - You know what? - I'm calling the doctor. - I knew it, a white guy! Why me? - You're going to help me. There's a woman who is in terrible danger. The man who killed me is going back to our apartment. You've got to warn her. - Why would she listen to me? - It's just a phone call. Look... ..you're all I've got. I'm not leaving until you help me. I don't care how long it takes, because I can talk ever. - Hello. - Hi, is this Molly Jensen? My name is Oda Mae Brown, I'm a spiritual advisor. I have a message you. It sounds crazy, but it's not. You've got to believe me, don't be afraid. - Who is this? - I've got a message from Sam. - What? - Sam Wheat asked me to call. - I told you! - You've got to go there. I'm not going anywhere. Second verse, same as the first. I'm Henry the Eighth, I am Henry the Eighth I am, I am I got married to the widow next door, she's been married seven times bee Henry the Eighth I am, I am Henry the Eighth I am Second verse, same as the first I'm Henry the Eighth, I am Henry the Eighth I am, I am - I got married to the widow next door. - All right! Stop singing. I'll go anywhere you want to, just don't sing any more. I can't believe I'm doing this. What am I doing here? I hate downtown! She's probably not even there. Where are you? Which building is it? Push 3. - See, nobody's there. - Just wait. I did everything I said I would. She's not there. I'm going. I'm sorry. All right, don't sing. - Hello? - Hi... She can't hear you. I called you last night about your friend, Sam Wheat. I told you! Hey, Molly. I know you're up there. I know you hear me. Sam wants to talk to you. This is real! Remember the starfish at Montego Bay? How would I know that? I know about the underwear you wrote your name on! I won't get that. I know about the picture in Reno. Hey, Molly!. The sweater she knitted, in the closet, that's too big. He just told me about the sweater that you knitted that's too big. Four sizes. - Do you hear me? - I hear you! - Nobody's talking to you. - Hear of the phone? Want to kiss my butt? - I won't stay here all day. - Thank God! Oh, shut up! Molly, I'm going to count to three, and then I'm out of here. One-two-three. - No, wait. - No. It's Molly. Molly? I'm Oda Mae Brown. I don't know you or Sam, but let me tell you what he did. He kept me up all night singing "I'm Henry the Eighth, I am." That's how he got me to go out with him. Look, I'm sorry. I just don't believe in this life after death stuff. - Tell her she's wrong. - He says you're wrong. - You're talking to him right now? - Yeah. He asked me to tell you that you're wrong. - Where is he? - I can't see him, I can only hear him. - I'm right here. - That doesn't help, Sam. - I'm holding her hand. - He says he's holding your hand. What are you doing? What do you think you're doing to me? If you think I'm here my health, you're crazy. Sam's dead. He's dead. - Tell her I love her. - He says he loves you. Sam would never say that. - Tell her "ditto." - What is "ditto"? Ditto! I don't know how I'm doing this. Confidentially - nothing like this has ever happened to me bee. Now I can't turn it off. - Is this him? Is this you? - Yeah. Cute! White, but cute. What I don't understand is, why did he come back? - I don't know. - Why's he still here? He's stuck, he's in between worlds. Sometimes the spirit gets yanked out so quick, the essence still feels it has work to do. - Stop rambling. - I'm not, I'm answering a question. - He's got an attitude. - I don't. Yes, you do. We're having a little discussion. If you didn't, you wouldn't have raised your voice. - Oh, goddammit... - Don't take the Lord's name in vain. - Would you relax? - You're the dead guy. If you want me to help, you'd better apologise. That's it, I'm leaving. Nobody talks to me like that. - Now, you'd better apologise. - I'm sorry. I apologise. OK? Now would you sit down? - Please? - He's apologised. I need you to tell Molly what I'm saying, but you have to tell her word word, all right? Yes. He wants me to tell you what he's saying word word. - Molly, you're in danger. - You can't blurt it out like that! Quit moving around - you're making me dizzy. I'll tell her in my own way. Molly, you're in danger, girl. - What are you talking about? - He knows the man who killed him. His name is Willie Lopez, and I know where he lives. His name is Willie Lopez, and he knows where he lives. - Write it down. - I ain't no secretary! Just do it! He's so testy! - What do I write? - It's 3, Prospect Place, apt. D. 3 Prospect Place? - It's my neighbourhood. - Molly, he's got my wallet, he's got my key, and he was in here. - He was in here. - Yesterday, when you came back, you went upstairs, you talked to Floyd... When you came back he was here. He saw everything. Molly, go to the police. It was a set-up. I was murdered. He says go to the police. It was a set-up, he was murdered. - Somebody else is involved. - get it. I don't want this. - Where are you going? - I'm leaving. I did everything I said I would. Don't follow me, because I'm finished. Have a nice life, have a nice death, goodbye. There's no one on earth who'd want this to be true more than me. You've got to be rational about this. Sam is no more in this room than... I understand the need to hang on to him, I really do. - But this is absurd! - It seems absurd, but it had to be real. How could you believe a tune-teller from Brooklyn? - I watched them have a conversation. - I don't buy it, not a minute. - What about the things she knew? - What things? The photo Sam took of me on our trip to Reno. We were alone. And the green underwear that I wrote my name in. She said Sam knew who killed him. - That he was set up. - This is getting deranged. - She had a name and an address. - Good, Molly... Willie Lopez, 3 Prospect Place, apt. D. - This is sick. - Oh, Carl! Molly, I don't understand how you could... ..swallow this crap. This guy may not even exist. Maybe she's using you to set someone up. You're right. You're absolutely right. - That's what I've got to find out. - How are you going to do that? She said Sam wants me to go to the police. Sam wants you to go to the police? Jesus, Moll...! What are you going to tell them? That some storefront psychic lady has been communing with the dead? Do you know how that sounds? You're talking ghosts here! I'm sorry, this really gets to me. - It's OK if you don't believe me. - I'm trying to, Molly. Look... ..if it'll make you feel any better, I'll go check this out. I want you to try and get some sleep. OK? I'll call you in the morning. Goodnight. Be careful! Carl! What the hell are you doing here? - Who have you been talking to? - What do you mean? Some woman knows all about you. Where's she getting it from? - I haven't said a word to anybody. - She knows your name and address. - How do women know where I live? - She knows about the murder! Now, I want you to find this bitch, whoever she is, and I want you to... Just get rid of her, OK? I've got million dollars stuffed in a goddamn computer. If I don't get those codes, if that money is not transferred soon... ..I'm... dead. We're both dead. Tell them you only launder money on the first of the month. What the hell is wrong with you? Is everything a joke? You killed a man. You were supposed to steal his wallet. I did you a favour, man, that was a freebie. Look, these are drug dealers, OK? Just don't blow this me, Willie. I'd lose my job, go to jail. ,000 of that money is mine. Let me have the keys to Sam's apartment, I'll get the address book myself, OK? You goddamn bastard! Why? You were my friend! I had a life, goddamn you! I had a life! I don't even believe in this stuff myself. But she was real. Do you think I'd come here if it wasn't real? You told me if I had any new inmation, that I should come. So, here I am. I know how this sounds. I hear myself saying it, and I want to cringe. But she knew things she couldn't have known. Things Sam only said to me. According to this psychic lady, there are ghosts and spirits all over the place? Watching us all the time? I'm never going to get undressed again. Excuse me. I've got more important things to do. The guy's name is Willie Lopez. All I'm asking is you to check it out. OK. You wait here and let me see if the guy's got a record. Right.-Where's the file on Willie Lopez? - There's no file Willie Lopez. He was probably some old boyfriend she was trying to get even with. This psychic woman's got a long record. 1 967, Shreveport. gery, selling of false lD. Served one year in 1 971. Arrested fraud, numbers racketeering, served ten months, 1 97. - Look, this is impossible! - It goes on and on. She knew things - private things. How could she have known all that? A lot of times they the obits. All she had to do was see the word "banker"' Boom. They even go through your garbage to find things they can use. Letters, old papers. It doesn't take much. No. It was real. She knew about a sweater I knitted. And songs we sang. The trip to Montego Bay. I'm sorry. I know this is hard. People want so much to believe. They're grieving, they're vulnerable. And they will give anything one last moment. Believe me, these people know what they're doing. I know how you must feel, but you know you can press charges. No. Thank you. Oh, God, let this be it. Yes! - Hello. - Eddie, it's Carl Bruner. Everything's fine. We're all set. What do you want me to do? I want you to transfer the money into a single under the name "Rita Miller. " Tomorrow, at five minutes bee closing, 3. 55 pm, transfer the full to the First Island Bank of Nassau, registry number 86-9580. - Call us when it's done. - OK, I've got it. Just tell Mr Balistrari that there won't be any more problems, OK. Yeah, I'll do that. Good work. Molly, why can't you hear me? I need you. - Who is it? - It's Carl, Molly. No, don't open the goddamn door! He's a murderer. Listen, I know it's late. I'm sorry to disturb you. I've been thinking about you all day. I feel really lousy about last night. - This supernatural thing... - Don't worry about it, really. It's OK. It's not. You needed me to hear you, and I didn't. I wasn't there you, and that was wrong. It's just... I just... I want you to know that I'm your friend. - Thanks, Carl. - You were never her friend. - That means a lot to me. - Me, too. I've brought you some Japanese apple pears. - Thanks, that's very sweet. - Could I come in a second? I won't stay long, it's just been one of those days. - Yeah, come on in. - No, Molly. You seem a little tense. Are you OK? No, I'm fine. It's just... What can I tell you? It's been tough. It still hurts so much. - You lying snake! - On top of it, there's stuff at work. They've given me my own s, which is good. But I just haven't really had time to adjust, to absorb everything. It's no big deal. - Can I have a little more cream? - Yeah. Oh, shit! Jesus, I can't believe I did that. - Are you all right? - I'm fine. - Let me throw that in the washer. - Don't worry about it. It's OK. - Can I get you another shirt? - No, it'll dry in a minute. Where were you today? I thought you were coming into the bank. I was supposed to, but I didn't have time. I went to the police. You did? What did you tell them? What did they say? It was awful. I felt really stupid. They brought out a file on this woman at least ten inches thick. - Rip-off artist, huh? - No, Molly! You know, the sad thing is that I believed her. Molly... ..sometimes we need to believe. Why? What's the point? It's not easy to face the realities of life. Sometimes you've got to give yourself that. You've got to remember the love you guys felt. That's real. Remember how good Sam was, how much he loved you. You were everything to him, Molly. You were his life. I feel so alone. You're not alone, OK. You've got your work - you're talented. You're young. You're fantastically gorgeous. I don't know what's real anymore. I don't know what to think. Just think about Sam. Think about the time you two guys had together. How wonderful that was. Let your feelings out, it's OK. Life turns on a dime. You know...? People think they're ever, that there is always tomorrow. That's bullshit. Sam taught us that. We have to live now. today. - I can't. I'm sorry. - It's OK. - I can't, it's just too soon. - It's OK. You've been great, Carl. - But I need you to leave. - It's OK, I understand. Please... Could we just have dinner tomorrow? Just talk. - Yeah, sure. - Great. Hey! - Get off my train! - No. Get off! Get off! Get off! Get off! Get out of here! - Get off! - No. Show me how you do that. I'm not leaving till you teach me. Get off! - No. - Get off! You stubborn asshole! What the hell are you doing? You're trying to move it with your fingers. You can't push it with your finger. You're dead. It's all in your mind. Your problem is that you still think you're real. You think you're wearing those clothes? That you're crouching there? Bullshit! You ain't got a body no more. It's all up here now. You want to move something, you've got to move it with your mind. Focus! - How? How do you focus? - I don't know how you focus. You just focus. How did you do that? You take all of your emotions, all your anger, love, hate. Push it, down here into the pit of your stomach, and then let it explode, like a reactor. Don't laugh! - Way to go, kid. - I did it! I did it! Way to go. From your gut, like I told you. Give it time. What else have you got? How long have you been here? Since they pushed me. - Someone pushed you? - Yeah. - Who? - You don't believe me? You think I fell? You think I jumped? Well, fuck you! It wasn't my time! I wasn't supposed to go! I'm not supposed to be here. I'd give anything a drag! - Just one drag. - Are you all right? Who are you? Why are you hounding me? Who sent you? Who sent you? Leave me alone! Concentrate, and you'll probably rouse him. - What's his name again? - Orlando. Orlando, Orlando. Is there an Orlando here? - I'm here. - He's here. - Sam! - I'm Orlando. The line's over there. Where did these ghosts come from? You can hear them, too? In the morning and in the evening. They come into the shower! Did you tell every spook in the world about me? I got spooks from Jersey. There's stuff going on you wouldn't believe. - It's amazing. You're really doing it! - Can you please hurry this up? Chill out! I need your help again. There's something we need to do. I'm not doing anything else with you. You're holding on to a life that doesn't want you anymore. Give up the ghost. - Are you speaking to me? - Does it look like I'm speaking to you? You're supposed to be concentrating. Are you going to try it? Are you going to get out? I've got work to do. Fine, then stay there. Excuse me, are you y now? Let's do it. Listen, I've got to talk to you now. I've got a plan. Oda Mae? Oda Mae? Ortisha. - Orlando! Is that you? - Where are you at? I can hardly see. - She's here! - In front of you. I'm right here! Damn, baby, what did you do to your hair? Orlando, do you like it? It's autumn sunrise. Get out of me, you son of a bitch! - Don't ever do that to me again! - Orlando...? I can barely move. You should know better. Jumping into bodies wipes you out. - Everybody out! - What happened to Orlando? Are you deaf? I said everybody out! Everybody out! Get out, get out! Everybody get out! - Get out! - Are you the tune-teller? - Who are you? - That's an interesting question. - Why don't you tell me? - Willie. Willie? - Prospect Place Willie? - Get out of here fast! I'm all right. - We're in trouble. You have to help. - Who's we? You're aly dead. - They're trying to kill me! - And they'll be back. Why don't you find a house to haunt? Get some chains and rattle them. I have a plan. You've got to get some fake lDs. - get it. - If you do this, they'll leave you alone. Scout's honour. All right. What exactly do I have to do? Have you got a nice dress? - What's wrong with my clothes? - I made a joke. I love your shoes. I'm going home. I don't know anything about banking. I don't know if it'll work. - Just relax. - I'm nervous. I know you're nervous, but I'll get you through it. I don't think I should do this. - We're going to New s. - I'm giving them no money! Do what I say, and don't talk! You're here to fill out a signature card a new . - Can I help you? - Yes. I'm here to fill out a card a new . - Do you know your number? - 96-31 3. 96-31 3. - Rita Miller. - What? Tell her Rita Miller. Didn't you sign when you opened the ? Tell her Carl Bruner did it by phone. Carl Bruner opened that me by phone, and he's asked me to come in today. - Is that right? - Yeah. Just sign this card on the bottom line, please. May I use your pen? No! Rita Miller! I'm so sorry. I need another one. I signed the wrong name. Tell her to send it up to the third floor file, you have a transaction to make. Make sure this goes to the third floor, I have a transfusion to make. Let's go. You know what I mean...! Can I keep this pen? - Yes, sure. - Thank you so much. Bye-bye. I love these pens. What do you want to keep the pen ? Carl Bruner speaking. Mr Balistrari? Balistrari? It's me, John. John... Sorry! What's up? I've got the info on the Bradley portfolio. - I'll pick it up later, all right? - I'll be here till six. I couldn't talk you into losing the hat? Keep messing with me, you'll be here by yourself. You're here to see Lyle Ferguson. - I'm here to see Lyle Ferguson. - Do you have an appointment? - No, I'm here my health. - Tell him Rita Miller's here! - Tell him Rita Miller's here. - Just one moment, please. - Don't embellish. - Jawohl! Excuse me? This guy Ferguson is a real jerk. I've known him five years. - Why are you whispering? - Just listen! He's a social moron, you've got nothing to worry about. Tell the guard Ferguson knows you, from the Brewster's Christmas party. What is this in regards to? He doesn't remember me? We spent time at the Brewster's, last Christmas. He and his lovely wife, Shirley. It was beautiful. A big old tree and presents... Gas! I get a little gas from time to time. - Quit poking me! - Well, don't overdo it! Ferguson was so drunk, he could've met Tina Turner and not remember. Here we go! Hello. Of course. Well, it's been a long time. - Oh, a long time. - Ask about Bobby and Snooky. - How are Bobby and Snooky? - Fine... fine. Thank you asking. And how is your... -..family? - Oh, couldn't be better. Well, wonderful. Ask how they did on the Gibraltar Securities. I was wondering, how did you do on the Gibraltar Securities? Gibraltar Securities? Well, it looks like we topped out on that one. - We sure did. - That was a very useful tip. Good old Randy. Got a good head on his shoulders... her shoulders. - Her shoulders. - Randy. So, what brings you here today? I'm closing an . Do you have your number? - Yes? Yes. - 96-31 3. 96... ..31 3. Is that right? Well, Rita - it looks like you'll be withdrawing four million dollars. - Four million dollars! - Say yes. - Is that correct? - Yes. Yes. That's correct. - How would you like that? - Tens and twenties. - Pardon? - Tell him a cashier's cheque. - A cashier's cheque. - Cashier's cheque. Fine! Of course, you know we require identification. It's a procedural thing. Thank you. I'll be right back. Four million dollars! Get me the First lsland Bank of Nassau. It's on the Rolodex. Now, we have some things you to sign here. This officially closes the . Sign "Rita Miller"' Miller - that's my name. My name - Rita Miller. My name. I'll be right back. - Just anywhere? - Right here. Fine. The cheque... ..here you are. Mama took the money from the oil wells, and she sunk it into gas pumps. And those gas stations have five or six of those things, so it's lucrative. - Oda Mae, we've got to go. - Got to go now. It's been a pleasure doing business. May I keep the pen? Say goodnight to Bobby and Snooky me. Bye-bye. What is wrong? Excuse me - Lyle? Molly Jensen. The woman you were doing business with. What did she want? Did it have anything to do with me or Sam? - Sam? No. - That was Oda Mae Brown, right? Her name was Rita Miller. She was closing an . Is there a problem? No. I guess not. Carl? Is something wrong? Did somebody play with the computers? - One of my s is closed. - What's wrong? - Do you want me to call someone? - It's OK. Four million dollars! What am l going to do with this money? I'm going to buy the building. No, I'll buy the block. I'm going to make my sister go to a fat farm. Wait, Oda Mae. Take the cheque out of your purse. You're right, I'll put it where nobody can get it. No. Endorse it. No, if I drop it, then somebody will get it. It's not yours. I never said you would get the money. This is blood money. I was killed this money. Endorse the cheque. - What are you going to do with it? - Look over there. To your left. You don't think I'm giving this to a bunch of nuns? Otherwise they will track you down. Your only protection is to get rid of it. You're kidding me! You'll go to heaven! I want to go to a bank and cash this cheque. - Hello. - You'll thank me later. - Endorse it "Rita Miller"' - I know! Make it out to St Joseph's Shelter. I don't believe you're making me do this! - Give it to her. - I just want to feel it in my fingers. - Just give her the cheque! - I will! - Give her the cheque! - I will! Bless you, child. Bless you. Give it to her. Let go. Let go! - I'm proud of you. - I don't care. Stay away from me! What'll that nun do with it? She can't go buy underwear! Leave me alone! Never talk to me again. You're wonderful, Oda Mae! Go ahead, search! You'll never find it. They're going to kill you and Willie. You're going to be fertiliser. They're going to bury you next to Jimmy Hoffa. Who's doing that? Who's doing that? Hi. Where were you? I thought we were having dinner. - Things got a little crazy, I got. - A little trouble at the bank. I wish you'd have called. I've been worried. - I've got to ask you about something. - He needs to borrow $,000,000. When you said you thought Sam was talking to you, - what did he say to you? - Why? Listen, I want to know exactly what this psychic lady told you. Carl, let me go! Stop this! It doesn't matter. It wasn't real. What the hell's happened to you? Does this have anything to do with her being at the bank today? At the bank? Ferguson said she closed an . Her name isn't even Oda Mae Brown. It's Rita Miller. Carl. Are you all right? It's just my stomach. Do you have some Pepto-Bismol? - Cyanide. - It's upstairs. Sit down, I'll get it. What's wrong? Does little Carl have a tummy ache? Now do you believe in ghosts? I'll set the place on fire! - I'll cut her throat. - Carl! I swear to God. I'll cut her throat. I need that money. I want it tonight, at 1 1 o'clock. If that psychic lady does not bring it here, Molly is dead, OK? Carl, who are you talking to? Nothing. Molly, I have to go. I can't explain it now, but there's a problem at the bank. - You're scaring me. - I can't talk now, I'll be back. - Why not now? - I can't talk now. I'll come back at 1 1 o'clock, OK? I'm sorry, but it's really important. - Eleven! - Oda Mae! I'm Arsenio Hall. Don't try to adjust your television. I'm black. - I want to watch "Love Connection"' - I love "Love Connection"' Leave that! That's Arsenio. You love "Love Connection," send your picture in. - She did! - They just haven't answered yet. - Oda Mae! - Sam? We're in trouble. They want the cheque. The cheque you said they would never know about? - What's happening? - They're here! Get out of here, now! Go, go! Knock on the doors! Help! - Let us in! - Who are you kidding? What are you doing? The cat don't like visitors. They're going to get us. Where's Sam? - It looks like the bitch just left. - I'll check downstairs. Carl? Willie! You've got a serious problem, man. Help me! Help! That dude is dead. You're dead, Willie. Help me! Tell the driver to hurry. - Can you step on it, please. - I'm driving as fast as I can. Problems? - Carl, is that you? - It's me, Oda Mae. I know what you think of me, but we've got to talk. You are in serious danger. - I've got Sam here with me. - Get the hell out of here! - Im calling the police!. - Good. Tell her to do it! Fine. We want you to call the police. But you've got to let us in. Don't you get it? Sam wasn't accidentally killed, he was murdered. He found out that Carl was laundering money. Carl is dangerous. He tried to kill me. He's going to try to kill you, too. You are in deep, deep trouble. Why are you doing this to me? Do you hear me? Why are you doing this to me? Oda Mae. Tell her she's wearing the shirt that I spilt the margarita on, and the earrings I gave her Christmas. Sam says you're wearing the shirt he spilt the margarita on, and the earrings he gave you Christmas. Don't you see? I'm not a fake! Not about this. - Give me a penny. - What? - Push a penny under the door, now! - What are you talking about? - Tell her it's luck. - Sam says it's luck. Between Green and Mercer on Prince. It's the grey building across from the post office. Thanks, Sergeant. Please hurry! We'll be waiting. - They're on their way. - Good. - What do we do now? - Just wait. Is Sam here? Sam? I'm sitting beside her. He's sitting right beside you. Sam, can you feel me? With all my heart. He says with all his heart. I'd give anything if I could just touch you once more. He says he wishes he was alive again, so he could touch you. Me, too. OK. Look - you can use me. - Use you? - Use my body. - Use your body? - Quick, bee I change my mind. - Molly, are you home? - Carl. - Molly! - Fire escape. What's happening to me? Molly? Molly! Come on! Look! Let's go! - Molly! - Get away from us, Carl! - Molly! - You're just a liar. This woman's a thief. She's a con artist. Why are you doing this? Stop! Get away from us. I've called the police. Shit! - Carl, why are you doing this? - She's a thief! Just give me the cheque! Stay out of this, Molly! Get off me! Where is it? - Where is it, goddammit? - I gave it away. You're lying to me. Don't lie to me, goddammit. The cheque! I'll kill her, Sam. I swear to God, I'll kill her! Just give me the cheque, Sam. I promise you I'll let her go if you just give it to me. Sam? Oh, Carl... What? Are you two all right? Sam? Molly? I can hear you! Oh, God! Sam? They're waiting you. I'll miss you. Your mother'd be proud. I'm going to miss you too, Sam. You're all right! Bye, Oda Mae. Bye, Sam. I love you, Molly. I've always loved you. Ditto. It's amazing, Molly. The love inside - you take it with you. See you. See you. Bye. 剧本。

  峨眉山英文导游词 乐山大佛景点英文介绍 -- :8:37 来源: 峨眉山英文导游词 乐山大佛景点英文介绍峨眉山位于四川省峨嵋市西南部7公里处,是中国四大佛教名山之一,1996年被列入联合国科教文组织世界文化遗产之列乐山大佛地处乐山市岷江东岸,岷江、青衣江和大渡河三江汇流处Emei Mountain lies seven kilometers southwest of Emeishan City and is one of the four mountain ranges in China that Buddhists consider sacred. It was included in the UNESCO world heritage list in 1996. The mountain stretches more than 0 kilometers from south to north. Its main peak, Wanfo Top, is 3,9 meters above sea level. Since ancient times Emei Mountain has been described as "Beauty Under Heaven". Temples were built as early as the Eastern Han Dynasty (5——) and Buddhism was introduced to the mountain during the Jin Dynasty. In the Ming and Qing dynasties there were more than 0 temples.   A legend claims that the mountain was where Samantabhadra gave lectures on Buddhism and most temples house a statue of Samantabhadra. The main scenic spots on the mountain include the Baoguo Temple, Wannian Temple, Fohu temple, Qingyin Pavilion, Heilongjiang Tunnel, Hongchun Platm, Xianfeng Temple (Jiulao Cave), Xixiang Pond and Golden Summit. These places are at different altitudes and have different climates. Temperatures at the top of mountain are degrees lower than at the foot. Emei Mountain is a well-known natural museum with more than 3,000 specimens of plants and ,000 types of animals including groups of monkeys that appear on the mountain roads and fascinate the tourists.   Baoguo Temple sits at the foot of the mountain at the entrance and exit of the mountain area. The temple was built during the reign of Ming Emperor Wanli(73——). About kilometers from the Baoguo Temple is Wannian Temple, one of the main temples in the mountain area. Wannian Temple, or the Temple of Samantabhadra as it was known bee the Ming Dynasty, was built during the reign of Emperor Long’an of the Eastern Jin dynasty (397——01). It has no beams and houses a bronze statue of Buddha Samantabhadra mounted on a six-toothed white elephant cast in 1980, the fifth year of the Northern Song Dynasty. The statue is 7.3 meters high and weighs 6 tons. Xianfeng Temple is situated a the foot of the Jiulao Peak and the old halls were built with tin sheets and iron tiles. The intact halls were rebuilt in 79. Fohu Temple is located one kilometer west of Baoguo Temple and at the foot of Fohu Hill. It is one of the largest temple in the mountain area. Rebuilt in 51, it covers an area of ,000 square meters and is accessible from the highway. At the Golden Summit, the pinnacle of the mountain area 3,5 meters above sea level, is Puguang Hall of Temple. It was constructed during the Eastern Han Dynasty and has been rebuilt several times after being struck by lightning. The Golden Summit is an ideal place to view the sunrise, the sea of clouds, the "Buddhist lights" and "Sacred lamps".   The Giant Buddha on the east bank of Mingjiang River in Leshan City, Sichuan Province, rests his feet where three rivers——the Minjiang, Qingyi and Dadu——join. The Buddha faces Emei Mountain across the river and at its back is the western slope of Lingyun Mountain. Standing at 70.7 meters with shoulders meters wide it is an impressive sight. A water drainage system reduces erosion by rain and slows weathering.   The statue was begun in 7 and completed in 8. To the right of the statue a plank road with nine turns was built and it is now famous as the nine-turn plank road; it goes from the bottom to the top. 英文导游词 乐山大佛景点英文介绍

  我喜欢夏天 I Like Summer -- :3: 来源: The summer is coming.I like summer very much. In summer days, I can do a lot of things, such asswimming, eating ice cream, drinking cold water. Besides, the summer holiday ismy favorite time. I don’t have to go to school in holidays, so I can play withmy friends. I can travel with my parents, too. I want to go many places, suchas Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and so on. This is why I love summer.7小时过境免签 西安3日游 --31 1:: 来源: 7小时过境免签 西安3日游宽松的签政策更加方便游客们过境参观中国古都西安了!陕西省会西安将于6月1日开始针对海外51个国家游客7小时过境免签那么这三天,怎样畅游西安呢?这里有些好的建议哦!A relaxed visa policy makes it easy tourists in transit to see China's ancient capital. Ma Lie reveals how to make the most of three days at the Silk Road's starting point.Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province and well-known as the hometown of the Qin Dynasty (1- ) Terracotta Warriors, can now be enjoyed by transit visitors. The city will enact a 7-hour visa-free policy beginning June 1 travelers from 51 countries. It is the first city in Northwest China, and the eighth in the country, approved to implement such a policy.Transit passengers holding valid visas and a flight ticket to the third country are allowed to stay visa-free in the administrative areas of Xi'an and Xianyang, a city neighboring Xi'an and the location of Xi'an Xianyang International Airport, three days, says Cui Guozheng, deputy director of the exit and entry administration bureau under the provincial public security department.The 51 countries include most of Europe, six countries from the Americas, two Oceania countries and six Asian countries.According to Cui, the landing day is not included in the 7 hours of the visa-free time: The clock starts at midnight at the end of the day they arrive at the airport.At present, there are international or regional air routes between Xi'an Xianyang International Airport and Helsinki (Finland); Seoul, Busan and Jeju (South Korea); Bangkok and Phuket (Thailand), Nagoya and Tokyo (Japan); Danang (Vietnam); and Siem Reap (Cambodia), as well as Hong Kong and Taipei. More routes will be added over the next 18 months.Xi'an, known in China as "the eternal city", reflects the great changes of the nation just like a living history book. Called Chang'an in ancient times, Xi'an is one of the birthplaces of the ancient civilization in the Yellow River basin. During the 3,0-year development, dynasties including Western Zhou (th century-771 ), Qin (1- ), Western Han ( - AD) and Tang (AD 618-9) placed their capitals here.Here's how transit visitors might enjoy three days in Xi'an:Day 1: Terracotta WarriorsMany consider the Terracotta Warriors and Horses to be the most significant archaeological excavations of the th century. Discovered in 197, work is ongoing at the site near Emperor Qin Shihuang's Mausoleum in Lintong district. It is a must-see any visitor to China.Since the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum opened to the public in October 1979, it has attracted more than 0 global dignitaries from abroad.The museum covers an area of ,300 square meters, divided into three excavation pits. Altogether over 7,000 pottery soldiers, horses, chariots and weapons have been unearthed from the three pits housed at the museum.The archaeological marvels put Xi'an on the map tourists from around the world, and it was listed by UNESCO in 1987 as a World Cultural Heritage Site.After seeing the ancient ceramic army, you can go to Mount Lishan, a scenic spot nearby. Wandering in the scenic royal garden at the foot of the mountain, you can wash away your travel fatigue in the Huaqing Hotspring, a royal bathhouse built 3,000 years ago.Day : High and low viewsFirst stop: the Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayan Ta), which is located in the southern suburb of the city, about kilometers from downtown. A symbol of old Xi'an, the pagoda is a well-preserved ancient building and a holy place Buddhists.After getting a bird's-eye view of the city from the top of this 6-meter-high structure, visit Shaanxi History Museum, about 1 km northwest of the pagoda. The museum is a grand complex of buildings imitating the architectural style of the Tang Dynasty and showcasing thousands of ancient exhibits.Day 3: City wall and delicious foodXi'an boasts the most complete city wall to survive in China - it's also one of the largest ancient military defense systems in the world.First built in the early Ming Dynasty (68-) and renovated in recent years, the wall now stands meters high, - meters wide at the top and -18 meters thick at the bottom. It stretches .7 km in length and is surrounded by a deep moat and a circular park.Try making the circuit on a bicycle: They can be rented by the hour.The est of Stone Steles Museum, inside the wall near the south gate, was the site of the Temple of Confucius during the Northern Song Dynasty (960-). It was established in when some precious stone steles were moved in safekeeping.With an area of 31,000 sq m and 900 years of history, this treasure house holds some 3,000 stone steles of different periods, from the Han Dynasty ( -AD ) to the Qing Dynasty.Also inside the wall, there are a number of traditional Shaanxi restaurants that offer distinctive delicacies, such as Xi'an dumpings, yangrou paomo (crumbled unleavened b simmered in mutton stew), hulu tou (broth with intestines and tripe), buckwheat and Qishan noodles. 西安3日游

  My new teacher -- :9:7 来源: My new teacher is science teacher. He’s very strong. He has a big mouth, two big ears, two big eyes and a not too big and not too small nose. He often wears a black new shirt and brown pants, with two big shoes.  My science teacher is very kind. And he is very smart, isn’t he? Today, we have science class. We are very happy. Because he is so funny. Who is he? He’s a Mr. Zhou .一首动听的歌 A Beautiful Song -- :7:19 来源: Ilike listening to music and watch movie. The classic movie Titanic is my loveand its theme song My Heart will go on is fair-sounding. It matches the lovestory between Jack and Rose well. The singer is Celine Dion, a famous Frenchsinger. She voice is beautiful and the rhythm of this song is beautiful, two. WhenTitanic earned the whole world’s tears, this song became popular at the sametime. I think this song makes the movie more ungettable. Until today, therestill are many people loving this beautiful song.我喜欢听音乐、看电影经典影片《泰坦尼克号是我的最爱,它的主题曲《我心永恒非常动听,与影片中杰克和罗斯的爱情故事十分贴近这首歌的演唱者是法国著名女歌手席琳迪翁她的声音以及这首歌的韵律都十分动听当《泰坦尼克号在全世界赚取眼泪时,这首歌也同时为人所熟知我认为正是这首歌让这部电影更深入人心直到现在都还有许多人深深地爱着这首动听的歌曲

  我的好朋友 -- ::55 来源: 我的好朋友Ann is one of my friends. She is my classmate. She always dress in blue. I don’t know whether it‘s because of her that my favorite color is blue. She is cute and naive. Our teachers always praise her in front of the class her excellent study and great personality. I like stay with her. So does she. She likes drawing pictures. To be a painter in the future is her dream. I know she will realize her dream one day. 安是我一个朋友她是我的同学她总是穿蓝色的衣我不知道是否是因为她,我最喜欢的颜色是蓝色她很可爱也很单纯我们老师总是在全班面前表扬她,因为他优异的学习和良好的性格我喜欢和她待在一起她也喜欢和我待在一起她喜欢画画她的梦想是将来成为一个画家我知道总有一天她可以实现她的梦想

  春游英语作文范文(Spring Outing ) -- 01:39:39 来源: 春游英语作文范文(Spring Outing )Many students are going spring outing.Some students are boating.And some students are having a picnic. The others are playing games. There is a girl siting on a chair ing a book.The sky is blue. The trees are green. The flowers are red.It's a very beautiful park.They have a good time!相关小学英语作文素材:小学英语课外阅读—春游 (1) It's a sunny day. The girl and the goose get in the goat's cart. They are going a spring outing.  阳光明媚小女孩和鹅上了山羊的马车他们要一起去春游  () Here are some cows. "Hello, cows," says the girl and the goat. The goose says nothing.  他们看到许多奶牛“你们好,”小女孩和山羊说鹅什么也没说  (3)Here are some crows. "Hello, crows," says the girl and the goat. The goose says nothing.  他们看到许多乌鸦“你们好,”小女孩和山羊说鹅什么也没说  () "Why are you so quiet?" the girl asks the goose. "Because I can't see anything," says the goose.  “你怎么这么安静?”小女孩问鹅“因为我什么都看不到,”鹅回答  (5) The cart stops. Then it starts again. "Now I can see just fine," says the goose.  马车停了然后又出发了“我现在都能看到了,”鹅说  (6) They come to a pond. The goose swims. The goat drinks. The girl catches a fish. Then they let the fish go.  他们来到一个池塘鹅游泳山羊喝水小女孩抓到一条鱼然后他们又放走了  (7) After that, they saila boat.  之后,他们一起划船  (8) The goose, the goat and the girl are tired. They take a nap on the grass. What a nice day it is!  鹅,山羊和小女孩玩累了他们在草地上睡了一会儿多么美好的一天啊!。

  人英文话剧剧本:世界真小 -01- 18:5:6 来源: CastKobe: K; play presenterAllen: Ab (boy)Johnson: JBZ: BArthur: Ag (Girl)  Scene IK: There was a lovely village in the countryside. Allen, Johnson, Bz, and Arthur are good friends. Here, they are creating the most beautiful memories.B: Hey! Look! A shooting star!Ag: Where?B: Here! (Take out a big special ring!)Ag: So, what is this ?B: Will you marry me?Ab: Sure, honey!(Ag takes out a hammer and hits Ab.)Ab: Ouch! OK! I'll be quiet.J: Hey, guys! What are you talking about?Ab: They are talking about their future. (Point at Ag and B.)J: Their future?Ag: No! Our futures. I'm gonna be a worldwide famous writer.Ab: I'm gonna be the greatest singer. And I'm worried that there will be too many girls hanging around and crazy me!(J, B, Ag pretend to be disgusted.)J: As far as I am concerned, becoming the most successful businessman is my life goal.Ag: What about you, BZ?Ab: To marry her, right? (Ab hits B gently.)Ag: Come on! Be serious. Let him tell us.B: I want to stay here and be a farmer.Ag: All right! We're only ten now. Who knows what will actually happen in the next ten or twenty years?J: Whatever our dreams are, no matter where we are, twenty years from now, we'll all come here having a reunion .Ab: And don't get, we are…K: Wait me!...All: Friends ever! Scene IIK: Twenty years later, at Johnson Rich's company.(Phone rings.)Secretary A: Hello! This is Rich telephone company. May I help you? OK! OK! bye-bye!Secretary B: (Knock, Knock, Knock!) Mr. Rich, may I come in?J: Come in!Secretary B: (With a flirting look) Mr. Rich, Can I invite you to dinner tonight?(Secretary A cuts in between the two of them.)Secretary A: Hey! Young lady! You may be young and beautiful, but I’ve been working here much longer than you. I really don't mind you inviting Mr. Rich to dinner, if you don’t want to work here anymore!J: Yo, ladies. Nothing but business, O.K.? Now, go back to your work!Secretary A: Sir!J: Now what?Secretary A: This is the ad the new cell phone design, and the main idea is "It's a small world!"J: Good job! Look, my cell phones make the world smaller. Scene III(At Arthur’s new book press conference)Reporter A: Congratulations, Arthur. We know that you are the winner of the Pulitzer Prize.Reporter B: Why did you want to write this book?Ag: Well, I always believe that touching words can comt people. Many people in the world live a difficult life. With words, we can tell them that they're not alone wherever they are.Reporter C: Why did you name the book "It's a small world "?Ag: It’s said that “the pen is mightier than the sword.” Through words, we can express our love, thoughts, and feelings to our friends. The power of words shortens the distance among people and makes the world smaller, right? 人英文话剧剧本:世界真小

  陕西历史物馆英文导游词 --9 19:58:1 来源: 陕西历史物馆英文导游词陕西历史物馆是一座国家级大型现代化物馆,这座馆舍占地面积约70000平方米,为“中央殿堂、四隅崇楼”的唐风建筑群,陕西历史物馆以其丰富的文物藏品成为展示陕西历史文化和中国古代文明的殿堂,被誉为“古都明珠,华夏宝库”Shaanxi History Museum is a state-level large-scale modernization of the museum is a magnificent Tang-style building, covers an area of about 70,000 square meters, construction area of over 50,000 square meters. It brings together the culture of Shaanxi, shows the development of Chinese civilization, Shaanxi Province in China in view of the history of the status of the state to invest a total of ,000,000 yuan the construction of the Shaanxi Museum of History, in June 1991 completion and opening.   Flavor Architecture Museum, unique. It classical Chinese palace architecture and garden architecture closely together, coordinating colors, reflecting the traditional Chinese architectural style, at the same time with local characteristics and the spirit of the times.   Museum of Shaanxi Province unearthed antiques 1,000 (Group) showroom area of 10 square meters, at the prehistoric, Zhou, Qin, Han, Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties and  the Sui and Tang Dynasties, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties most of the seven, the image display system from 1 Million years ago until the year 180, Shaanxi's history. In Chinese history, there have been dynasties established their capitals in Shaanxi Province and will last 1,000 years, is the capital of China's most Dynasty, the longest of the capital region, from a certain point, the ancient history of Shaanxi is China's history Enrichment.    features: Museum of Shaanxi Province in ancient China into the palace courtyard with the architectural style in one, dignified and elegant, generous simplicity, the layout of coordination, the great momentum, reflecting the ethnic and local characteristics, the Library has central air-conditioning, lighting systems, multi-purpose use Computer management system and the central control system. Heritage and the Treasury have modern languages with simultaneous interpretation function Hall.    Shaanxi Museum of History of the Tang Dynasty architectural style succession of powerful broad, dignified and elegant style, from traditional Chinese palace "axis of symmetry, the master-slave in an orderly manner, the central hall, Si Yu Chong-floor," the layout of the m and at the same time the use of modern advanced technology to China's Sheng Tang period classical architectural style with modern requirements of the museum features combined into one, has managed to maintain the old style with modern features. The roof of the Tang Dynasty used the prevalence of gray green glazed tile, Wah Kwai appears to be a solemn, simple person, wall materials like asbestos tiles,Doors and windows are tinted using large pieces of glass and aluminum framework, the Library can be equipped with temperature and humidity control of the closed central air-conditioning system of multi-functional lighting systems, automatic fire alarm systems, computer-controlled management system; heritage with science and technology center With-the-art laboratory to test repair techniques and means of protection. To enhance cultural exchange between China, has computer-controlled and have 300,000 books in the library and 6-language simultaneous interpretation of international academic Hall. In addition, there are facilities cultural relics libraries, library, shopping and so on.    collections: the Museum's collection of historical relics unearthed in Shaanxi 370,000 fine, visitors can enjoy prehistoric, Zhou, Qin, Han, Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties, Sui, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing from 1 million years ago to Year in 180 between the Shaanxi Cultural Relics.    Structure: galleries with a total area of ,000 square meters, to display the basic points, and temporary exhibits on display feature three parts, on display ancient history of Shaanxi, Shanxi Bronze Exhibition, Shaanxi show the essence of ancient pottery and domestic Tangmu murals show the most real thing Attractive.    into the hall of the museum, in the face of huge photographs to show people Pentium Miangen roar of the Yellow River and the vast loess plateau. This is the birth of the breeding history and culture of Shaanxi's geographical location. Shaanxi Yellow Earth's history is the history of civilization. Heads held high standing in the central hall of the giant lion is the symbol of civilization. Its grand design, the surging momentum, the beautiful stone, Hongik Univ of vision, called "Eastern Lions in the first."This is the first in the history of Chinese stone lions from the only female Emperor Wu of Young's mother, Ling-shun. Ancient Chinese lion and the lion sculpture art from Afghanistan into Central Asia's strange romance with the immense depth of East Asia here so perfectly integrated into one, embodies the history and culture of Shaanxi tone.Nearly 1,500 m of exhibition by the basic line on display, special and temporary exhibits on display consists of three parts. Museum is located in the central up and down two floors to display the basic meta-historical relics unearthed in Shaanxi Province of the essence, the display of more than 3,000 pieces of rare treasures unearthed in Shaanxi from the hundreds of thousands of cultural relics selected from a number of precious cultural relics here from the public the first time in World Bank, sub-prehistoric, Zhou, Qin, Han, Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties and the Sui and Tang Dynasties, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties most of the seven, the image display system, from 1 million years ago by the year 180, Shaanxi's ancient history, and a number of important people understand the Shaanxi Archeology The basic   Han four Wadang God (Suzaku) diameter of .8 cm, cm wide margin round, Shaanxi Han Chang'an City ruins unearthed. Suzaku unloading the Pearl of the mouth, head Qiao Mei, the more dignified and powerful Meng, the sacred abnormal. Now in the possession of the Shaanxi History Museum. 陕西历史物馆 英文导游词

  我的家人 My Family -- ::53 来源: I have a bigfamily. There are five people in my family, my grandmother, my parents and myelderly brother. My grandmother is easygoing. She has many friends near myhome. Every morning and night, she walks around with her friends. My parentsare doctors in the same hospital. They are always busy with their work. My brotheris three years older than me. He is a middle school student. My family ishappy. Although my parents are busy, they care much about me. We live a goodlife.我有一个大家庭,总共有五口人,奶奶,爸爸妈妈,哥哥和我我的奶奶很随和,邻里有很多朋友每天早晚她都和她的朋友去散步我的父母在同一家医院当医生,他们总是忙于工作我的哥哥比我大三岁,是个初中生我的家庭很幸福尽管我的父母很忙,但是他们很关心我我们的生活很美好

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