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intersection交叉路口,一条或者多条路通过的路口在这里介绍一下相关的几个词语:cross 十字路口;fork 岔路,一条路分成两条或者多条。Corner指街道的拐角处。在你向别人问路时,一般人都会比较热心地回答你。而你提供给对方的信息也是越全面越好。而路人在给你指路的时候,也因其国家的不同,而有不同的习惯。在美国,人们比较习惯用“距离”告诉你路程的远近,比如: It two blocks away.而英国人更乐于告诉你还需要多长时间可以到达你的目的地。 /201508/391771。

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本篇暂缺文本文件。 Article/200802/26324。

Now the Special English program "American Stories".Our story today is called "The Gatewood Caper". It was written by Dashiell Hammett, Here is Harry Monroe with the story. Millionaire Harvey Gatewood had a desk as big as a bed in the middle of his office. He looked almost as big as his desk. Gatewood had become rich by knocking down anyone who stood in his way. Now, he leaned across his desk and began shouting at me. "My daughter was kidnapped last night; I want you to find her and the people who did this." "Tell me about it," I suggested. Gatewood said his daughter Audrey had gone out for a walk, the night before at 7 o'clock. She never came home. The next morning, Gatewood received a letter from her kidnappers. They asked 50,000 dollars for her and put one of her favorite rings in the envelope to prove they had her. Gatewood had called the police immediately, but a few minutes later he decided to hire his own private detectives. That's when he called me at my Continental Detective Agency. "Find her!" he barked at me.I left his office and went to his home. The servants told me Audrey was 19 years old and Gatewood's only child. They said her mother was dead and Audrey and her father did not like each other. I went to her room where I found a picture of her. She was a pretty girl with big blue eyes and a small pointed chin. I took the photograph with me when I went back to my office. I decided to call the police detectives. Elgar and Selden who were working on the case. They said that I could take a look at the letter the kidnappers had sent. The envelope had been mailed from San Francisco on September 20th. The same night Audrey had disappeared. The postmark on the envelope was stamped 8:00 pm. While I was at the police station, a young policeman stuck his head into the room. "Gatewood just called," he said, "He wants all of you in his office right away."I ran out with Elgar and Selden and jumped into one of their police cars. Gatewood was walking up and down in his office. His face was red with anger. "She just phoned me," Shouted as soon as he saw us, she said, "Oh, daddy! Do something. I can't stand this. They're killing me. Then I heard a man's voice yell something and someone hung up the phone." Gatewood began banging his desk with his huge hands. "Have you people done anything?" We had to admit that we had discovered nothing yet. That night, I went home with Gatewood. At 2:30 in the morning, the telephone rang. I listened on the telephone downstairs while Gatewood talked on the telephone by his bed upstairs. A man's voice said "Gatewood, put the money in a bag and leave the house with it immediately, walk down Clay Street to the river. You'll meet someone with a handkerchief over his face, drop the money and go back home. You'll get your daughter back in an hour or two." The stranger hung up the telephone. "Do what he told you to do?" I said to Gatewood, "And don't try any tricks." A few minutes later, Gatewood left his house carrying a white bag of money in his left hand. I followed him as he walked down the dark streets for about 10 minutes. No one was around. Suddenly, out of nowhere, a tall woman appeared; she was wearing black clothes and holding a handkerchief to her face. Gatewood stopped. He dropped the bag of money, turned around and walked quickly away. The woman ran to the bag. Picked it up and disappeared down a dark side street. The side street was empty when I reached it. I looked for an open window or door that would show me which building the woman had run into. Nothing. All the doors and windows were locked. I picked one door and broke the lock. I was lucky. Inside I found a woman's skirt, coat and hat, all black on the floor near the door. I knocked on a few doors in the building and one of the people told me that a tall man named Lytton had rented an apartment there only 3 days earlier. Lytton was not home when I knocked on his door. But now I understood how the mysterious woman had disappeared. Lytton had put on women's clothing over his own, then he had gone out the back door of the apartment building leaving the door open. After getting the money, he ran back into the building, locked the door and took off his disguise. Then he must have left the apartment building through the front door. The next morning there was no word from Audrey. We still had heard nothing by afternoon. I began to wonder about some things. I checked with Audrey's girlfriends and found that one of them was the last person to see Audrey before the kidnapping. Agnes Danger Field told me, she saw Audrey walking down Market Street alone the night of the kidnapping between 8:15 and 8:45. I took a taxi to the shopping district where there were a lot of large department stores. I went into each one asking if a tall man had bought clothing that would fit Audrey. At the fifth department store I got good news. A tall man had come in the day before buying clothing in Audrey's size. He had bought a lot of clothing and arranged for it to be delivered to his apartment on 14th street. He signed his name, Theodore Alfred. When I arrived at the address he gave, I saw a fat lady leaving the building. I told her I was a private detective and asked her about Alfred. She said he and his wife had rented apartment 202 only a week ago. She stopped talking suddenly as a tall man walked past me into the building. She said he was Mr. Alfred. But I recognized him as Penny Quail, an unimportant little thief. I knew he recognized me, too. I followed him into the building and ran up the stairs to apartment 202. I rang the doorbell, 3 gunshots answered and the middle of the door had 3 bullet holes in it. Those bullets would have been in my stomach if I hadn't learned years ago to stand to one side of strange doors. I kicked at the door and the lock broke. As I ran into the room, I saw Quail and a woman struggling on the floor. The woman was Audrey Gatewood. She had a gun in her hand. I grabbed it and yelled. "That's enough! Get up, both of you." Quail sat down in a chair trying to catch his breath, but the woman stood in the center of the room. "You are just lucky I didn't shoot you." She said angrily, "How did you discover the truth?" "In several ways," I answered. "First, one of your friends said she saw you on Market Street between 8:15 and 8:45 the night you disappeared. But the postmark on the letter to your father 8:00 pm. Quail, here, should have waited longer before mailing the letter. When you didn't come home after the money was paid. I had an idea you kidnapped yourself, then I thought you would need to buy clothing. You left home that night just to take a walk. You couldn't bring a suitcase full of clothing with you. I knew you had a man helping you. I thought perhaps the man would buy what you needed. And it turned out that he did. But he was too lazy to carry the packages from the store himself. So he had the store send the clothing to this place. That's how I knew where to find you." Gatewood met his daughter at the police station. I had never seen him so angry when he learned the truth. Gatewood told the police to lock up his daughter. But Audrey threatened to tell some of his business secrets to the newspapers. Gatewood must have believed she really would do it, too. Because he told the police he had changed his mind. And the father and daughter left for home. I could see the hate they had for each other, not a very happy reunion. The police were still holding Quail, but he wasn't worried. He knew if Audrey was free, he wouldn't be punished either. I was glad it was over. It had been a rough job and a strange adventure, The Gatewood Caper. Article/200801/23629。

台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:Now, here#39;s a big thing you don#39;t wanna get tripped up on. Don#39;t try and look for the perfect job or the perfect business to start in order to express your strengths. Your strengths are gonna be with you for life and if you#39;re like most people in this day and age, you#39;re gonna have many evolutions in your career so you don#39;t have to worry about it.听好,这里有个你千万不要犯的毛病:不要一心为了展现你的长处,就只想找最理想的工作或最理想的行业。你的长处终身都会伴随着你,而且如果你和现在这个时代跟你同年龄层的多数人都一样的话,你的职业生涯上将会有很多的变化和进展。所以你不用太过担心。学习重点:1.trip 绊倒trip (v.) 绊倒trip (n.) 旅程2.express 表达、陈述express (v.) 表达、陈述expression (n.) 表达expressive (adj.) 表现的3.strength 力量strength (n.) 力量strengthen (v.) 加强4.evolution 发展evolution (n.) 发展revolution (n.) 革命5.career (终身的)职业career (n.) (终身的)职业work (n.) 工作job (n.) 工作、职业 /201704/504075。

台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:Fact. Diet-related disease is the biggest killer in the ed States, right now, here today. This is a global problem. It#39;s a catastrophe. It#39;s sweeping the world. England is right behind you, as usual.事实就是:饮食习惯所导致的相关疾病是全美国最大的杀手,此时此刻,就在这片土地上发生。这是个全球性的问题、是个很严重的灾难,这个状况遍及全世界。而英国也一如往常地,紧跟在你们(美国)之后。学习重点:1.diet 饮食diet (n.) 饮食2.related 有关的related (adj.) 有关的relative (adj.) 相对的relate (v.) 使有联系3.global 球状的、全世界的global (adj.) 球状的、全世界的globe (n.) 球状物universal (adj.) 宇宙的、众所皆知的4.catastrophe 灾难catastrophe (n.) 灾难catastrophic (adj.) 灾难般的5.sweep 扫sweep (n.) 扫 /201705/508428。

每日一句口语:Smile and let everyone know that today you#39;re a lot stronger than you were yesterday. 用微笑告诉世人,今天的你比昨天更加强大。 /201508/390758。

今日短语culture shock文化冲击例句:He felt culture shock more strongly when he returned home several years later.他在返家数年之后感受到较大的文化冲击。 /201512/417141。