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英语口语每天说上半小时0(33) -- ::3 来源: 33. Refusal1. I wish I would, but David is coming this evening.. I’d like to but my husband wouldn’t like it.3. I’d rather not.. I’m terribly sorry, I don’t think I can.5. Thank you very much asking me but I feel rather tired.6. That’s really not necessary.7. That’s very kind of you but I have an appointment Friday evening.8. Sorry I can’t, but thanks anyway.9. Thank you but I won’t be able to come to meet your friend.. Untunately I have to attend a conference that day.Dialogue 1M: We’re going to the movies. Will you join us?W: I’m very sorry I can’t.M: Why not?W: I’m afraid I have some business to attend to.M: Then would you like to have lunch with us?W: I’d love to but I have to help John with his math problems right now.M: Would you like me to give you a lift?W: No, thanks. His home is not far and I can walk there.M: Come on. It’s no trouble at all.W: Ok, thank you.Dialogue W: How have you been?M: Fine, thank you.W: And how’s everyone in your family?M: Very well, thank you. I’m meeting my wife and daughter lunch at :00, would you care to join us?W: I’d love to but I’m afraid I can’t. I’ve aly got a lunch engagement.Dialogue 3M: Why don’t you sit down and relax, darling?W: I don’t want to.M: Well, come and talk to me then.W: Certainly not.M: May I turn on the radio then?W: Turn on the radio? What ?M: So that we can sit down together and listen to some music.W: Listen to some music? And who’ll cook dinner? Will you?M: Ok, I will. But let’s go to a disco after dinner.W: To a disco? Oh, no. You know I hate pop.Dialogue W: Write down your name here in ink.M: But I don’t have a pen with me. May I use a pencil?W: I’m afraid a pencil won’t do. Wait a moment, I’ll find you one.Dialogue 5M: I must be going now.W: Really? Can’t you stay a little longer?M: No, I really must go now. My family are expecting me home soon.W: Be seeing you then.M: See you.Sometimes it’s hard us to make a refusal. Shall we tell the truth frankly or express our refusal in a round about way. example, suppose a friend wants to borrow some money from you, and you say, ‘I could help you but I’m short of cash right now.’ In fact, you’re not short of cash, but your friend is in the habit of getting to pay his debts and you don’t want to hurt his feelings by reminding him of this. Another example, your friend invites you to see a movie that doesn’t interest you, would you tell him, ‘I don’t like it,’ or just say, ‘I’d like to go but I have an important appointment tonight?’ 小时 上半 每天 英语口语拥有万贯家财,也许是件很体面可以炫耀于人前的事情但是,这又有什么可以炫耀的呢?财富可能遮望眼,可能迷心灵,让人看不到更体会不到生活的另一边的美好那种美好金钱买不到,却可以由乐观的生活态度得到所以,必须养成正确的财富观 How Poor We Really Are One day a wealthy family man took his son on a trip to the country so he could have his son see how poor country people were. They stayed one day and one night in the farmhouse of a very humble farm. On the way back home at the end of the trip the father asked the son, "What did you think of the trip?" The son replied, "Very nice, Dad." The father then asked, "Did you noticed how poor they were?" The son replied, "Yes, I guess so." The father then added, "And what did you learn?" To this question, the son thought a moment and answered slowly, "I learned that we have one dog in the house and they have four. We have a fountain in the garden and they have a stream that has no end. "We have fancy lanterns in our garden, while they have the stars. Our garden goes to the edge of our yard, but their back yard they have the entire horizon!" At the end of the son's reply, the rich father was speechless. His son then added "Thanks, Dad, showing me how poor we really are." Isn't it true that all depends on the lens you use to see life? If you have love, friends, family, health, good humor and a positive attitude toward life, you've got everything! You can't buy any of these things. You can have all the material possessions you can imagine, provisions the future, etc., but if you are poor of spirit, you have nothing! 19571英语口语每天说上半小时0(18) -- ::8 来源: 018 gratitude高速下载 1. I’m much obliged.. Many thanks your coming here.3. Thank you very much indeed.. Thanks a lot what you’ve told me.5. I do appreciate your timely help.6. I should like to express my gratitude your kindness.7. I’m extremely grateful to you.8. It’s very good of you to give me the book.9. It’s a pleasure.. That’s all right.Dialog 1M: You’re all set now?W: Oh, thank you so much.M: Really, it was nothing.W: I really appreciated it.M: I was happy to help.W: It was so kind of you.M: Don’t mention it.W: You’re a real friend in need.Dialog W: Many happy retures of the day, darling?M: Thank you very much.W: And here is your birthday present.M: A gold watch!W: Do you like it?M: I love it! Darling, you’re so kind.Dialog 3M: Jenny, are you having fun here?W: Yes, of course. This is really a nice party with wonderful people and lovely wines.M: I’m glad you’re enjoying it.W: Thank you the invitation.M: It’s my pleasure. Would you like another glass of champagne?W: Yes, please. Thank you everything.Dialog M: Excuse me. May I take a picture of you and your little boy?W: What’s it ?M: It’s a book.W: Oh, that’s a nice idea. Well, it’s fine if you take our picture.M: Thank you. I appreciate your help.Dialog 5W: I’ll pick you up at 5:30, OK?.M: Fine. Do you have my address?W: No.M: It’s 761, Dearfield Drive.W: Is that D-E-A-R-F-I-E-L-D?M: That’s right. Well, I guess I’ll see you on Saturday then?W: Right. I’m looking ward to it.M: Me, too. Thanks so much asking me. See you then.W: OK. So long now.Dialog 6M: Diana, do you like the perfume I gave you?W: It’s good. But to tell you the truth, I don’t wear perfume.M: I’m sorry. I didn’t know that.W: That’s all right. Thank you all the same.Dialog 7W: Excuse me, Sir. Can you help me?M: Sure.W: Can you tell me how to get to London Street?M: You should take the No.1 subway.W: Is there a station near here?M: Yes, the station is that way.W: No.1 train. Thank you.On this Father’s Day, I believe not only biological father should take a bow, but also step fathers. As the biological dad in a step family, I’m cutely aware of the fact that my daughter spends part of her time with her step dad and mum too. She’s shared by two families who love her. So while I’m going to enjoy this Father’s Day to the full list. My daughter’s step dad, please accept my gratitude. You are an important main influence my daughter. And I appreciate your kindness love towards her. I hope one day society will have the courage to face up to the reality of step family situations. My dream is step fathers and step mothers to each have their own special day of honor. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语

徘徊时期不是胸无大志的表现,而恰恰是雄心壮志的表现年轻人正是在这一时期的骚动不安中明确人生的方向并为人生使命的实现做好了最后的准备Between the preparation and the work,the apprenticeship and the actual dealing with a task or an art,there comes, in the experience of many young men,a period of uncertainty and wandering which is often misunderstood and counted as time wasted,when it is, in fact, a period rich in full and free development.It is as natural ardent and courageous youth to wish to know what is in life, what it means, and what it holds its children,as a child to reach and search the things that surround and attract it.Behind every real worker in the world is a real man, and a man has a right to know the conditions under which he must live,and the choices of knowledge, power, and activity which are offered him.In the education of many men and women, theree, there comes the year of wandering;the experience of traveling from knowledge to knowledge and from occupation to occupation.The ces which go to the making of a powerful man can rarely be adjusted and blended without some disturbance of relations and conditions.This disturbance is sometimes injurious, because it affects the moral foundations upon which character rests;and this reason the significance of the experience in its relation to development ought to be sympathetically studied.The birth of the imagination and of the passions, the perception of the richness of life,and the consciousness of the possession of the power to master and use that wealth, create a critical moment in the history of youth,—a moment richer in possibilities of all kinds than comes at any later period.Agitation and ferment of soul are inevitable in that wonderful moment.There are times when agitation is as normal as is self-control at other and less critical times.The year of wandering is not a manifestation of aimlessness, but of aspiration,and that in its ferment and uncertainty youth is often guided to and finally prepared its task.  55

The Chest1) of Broken Glass John had lived all alone ever since his wife died.He had worked hard as a tailor) all his life,but mistune had left him penniless,and now he was so old he could no longer work himself.His hands trembled too much to th a needle,and his vision had blurred too much him to make a straight stitch3).He had three sons,but they were all grown and married now,and they were so busy with their own lives,they only had time to stop by and eat dinner with their father once a week. Gradually the old man grew more and more feeble),and his sons came by to see him less and less.“They don't want to be around me at all now,” he told himself,“because they're afraid I'll become a burden.” He stayed up all night worrying what would become of him,until at last he thought of a plan. The next morning he went to see his friend the carpenter,and asked him to make a large chest.Then he went to see his friend the locksmith5),and asked him to give him an old lock.Finally he went to see his friend the glassblower6),and asked him all the old broken pieces of glass he had. The old man took the chest home,filled it to the top with broken glass,locked up tight,and put it beneath his kitchen table. The next time his sons came dinner,they bumped their feet against it. “What's in this chest?”they asked,looking under the table. “Oh,nothing,”the old man replied,“just some things I've been saving.” His sons nudged7) it and was surprized how heavy it was.They kicked it and heard a rattling8) inside. It must be full of all the gold he's saved over the years,” they whispered to one another. So they talked it over and realized they needed to guard the treasure.They decided to take turns living with the old man,and that way they could look after him,too.So the first week the youngest son moved in with his father,and cared and cooked him.The next week the middle son took his place,and the week afterward the eldest son took a turn.This went on some time. At last the old father grew sick and died.The sons gave him a very nice funeral, they knew there was a tune sitting beneath the kitchen table,and they could afd to splurge9) a little on the old man now. When the service was over,they hunted through the house until they found the key,and unlocked the chest.And of course they found it full of broken glass.But the eldest son tipped) the chest over to make sure there was nothing valuable hidden among the glass after all.He poured the broken glass onto the floor until it was empty.Then the three brothers stared inside,where they now an inscription) on the bottom:Honor) Your Father And Mother. 85377In those vernal seasons of the year, when the air is calm and pleasant, it were an injury and sullenness against Nature not to go out and see her riches, and partake in her rejoicing with heaven and earth.在春天这个季节里,当天朗气清的时候,如果不到室外观赏大自然的丰饶,并分享天地的喜悦,就是对它的一种伤害和亵渎Welcome to Spring at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith.Today, look at the blue sky, hear the grass growing beneath your feet, inhale the scent of spring, let the fruits of the earth linger on your tongue, reach out and embrace those you love. Ask Spirit to awaken your awareness to the sacredness of your sensory perceptions.What a miracle it is. No matter how long the winter, how hard the frost or how deep the snow, Nature triumphs. No season is awaited so eagerly or welcomed so warmly as spring…Each year I am astonished by the wealth of flowers the season gives us the subtlety of the wild primroses and violets, the rich palette of crocus in the parks, tall soldier tulips and proud trumpeting daffodils and narcissi.Picture this The air and the earth interpenetrated in the warm gusts of spring; the soil was full of sunlight, and the sunlight full of red dust. The air one breathed was saturated with earthy smells, and the grass under foot had a reflection of blue sky in it.Every spring is the only spring, a perpetual astonishment. 5363信任!是一种弥足尊贵的东西,没有人可以用金钱买得到,也没有人可以用诱惑或武力争取得到,它来自一个人的灵魂深处,是活在灵魂里的清泉,它可以拯救灵魂,滋养灵魂,让心灵充满纯洁和自信A Shared Moment Of TrustOne night recently I was driving down a two lane highway at about 60 miles an hour. A car approached from the opposite direction at about the same speed. As we passed each other, I caught the other driver’s eye only a second.I wondered whether he might be thinking, as I was, how dependent we were on each other at that moment. I was relying on him not to fall asleep, not to be distracted by a cell phone conversation, not to cross over into my lane and bring my life suddenly to an end. And though we were strangers to each other, he relied upon me in just the same way.Multiplied a million times over, I believe that is the way the world works. At some level we all depend upon one another to act in a way that avoids mutual destruction. Sometimes that dependence requires us simply to refrain from doing something — like crossing over the double yellow line. And sometimes it requires us to act cooperatively — as in the case of profound threats to our health or safety.One familiar example of a serious problem that could not have been solved — or could not have been solved as promptly — without worldwide cooperation is the SARS epidemic. In , SARS claimed 700 lives and threatened to sp around the world. The virus had to be quickly identified and controlled. That was too big an undertaking any one country, but scientists from five nations were able — working together — to identify the virus in record time. Doctors around the world then brought the outbreak quickly under control.Another area in which international cooperation is essential is terrorism. In the continuing struggle against this lethal threat, we cannot prevail without cooperation among the law encement agencies. intelligence services, and sometimes the military establishments of countries around the world. The daily news from Iraq and Afghanistan underscores just how much even America, the super power, needs such help.Americans are a people who value their freedom to do what they want to do, when and how they want to do it. But we cannot escape the reality that in ways large and small, we live in an interdependent world. Only the unwise would say that an individual or a nation can go it alone. 50

生病、受伤时请医生看病的日常英语 -- ::5 来源: 用叫医生吗? Do you need a doctor? Do you need a doctor? (用叫医生吗?) Yes, I think so. (是的,请叫医生吧) Do you want me to get a doctor? Do you need any help? (需要帮忙吗?) 请叫救护车 Please call an ambulance. *ambulance“救护车” We need an ambulance now. Please get an ambulance. 我要看病 Id like to see a doctor. 我觉得身体不舒 Im not feeling well. 你能帮我请位医生吗? Could you send me a doctor? 你怎么啦? What wrong with you? What the matter? Is anything wrong? 是什么症状? What are your symptoms? *symptom“症状” 量一下体温吧 Let me check your temperature. *temperature“体温”、“温度” 吃了什么不对劲的东西没有? Did you eat something unusual? 量一下血压吧 Let me check your blood pressure. 你常用什么药? Are you taking any medication regularly? *一般把药称为medicine,但是医生问诊的时候常用medication 我没用任何药 Im not taking any medication. *medication 是医生的常用语言,意为“药物” Im not taking any medication. (我没用任何药) Is that so? (是吗?) 我哪儿不好? What wrong with me? 严重吗? Is it serious? 日常英语 英语口语英语标语大全中英对照之“剧院电影院” -- ::8 来源: Theatre and Cinema hour ticket line … 小时售票电话……All prices ed include any service charges applicable.票价包括一定的务费All sessions last approximately 1 hour. 演出大约1小时Booking Office 售票处 Bookable in advance at the box office only with ID 凭身份可在售票处提前预定Booking by post, phone, fax or e-mail or in person. 可通过邮寄,打电话,发传真或发电子邮件或亲自定票Booking can be made through … on … 可打电话 ……通过……定票Concessions 优惠No booking fee 不收定票费Permance times 演出时间Previews 预演Regular price 普通票价Special reductions are available to groups + at all permances. 所有演出对人以上的团体给予特别优惠The permance runs hours 30 minutes including an interval 整个演出小时30分,包括中间休息The price shown on the ticket includes ticket price and service charges.票上的价格包括票价和务费This ticket will not be exchanged nor the purchase price refunded.票不可交换,也不能购买价退票 Tickets are subject to availability. 票在销售,售完为止Tickets available from all accredited ticket agents. 可在所有的指定的代理商买到票 电影院 对照 中英 大全Faith英语电台每日阳光絮语Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. 6

吊唁的英语口语 -- ::6 来源: 我对您深表同情!I sympathize with you.I sympathize with you. (我对您深表同情!)Thank you your concern. (谢谢您的关心!)我们为失去一个这么好的人而感到遗憾!(太遗憾了,我们失去了一个伟大的人)What a pity weve lost such a great man!What a pity weve lost such a great man! (我们为失去一个这么好的人而感到遗憾!)Yes, indeed. (确实是这样)我很怀念我的爷爷Im going to miss my grandpa.Im going to miss my grandpa. (我很怀念我的爷爷)I know how you feel. (我能理解你的感受)太不幸了That too bad.My father is in the hospital now. (我爸爸现在住院了)That too bad. (太不幸了)别太消沉了Try not to get depressed.Try not to get depressed. (别太消沉了)I cant help it. (我无法控制自己)这次很麻烦,对吧?It was terrible this time, wasnt it?It was terrible this time, wasnt it? (这次很麻烦,对吧?)It sure was. (确实是这样)我太难过了!Im so sorry. *语气比That too bad还要礼貌一些My mother died when I was ten. (我妈妈在我岁的时候就去世了)Im so sorry. (那太不幸了)What a shame.没关系别太在意Never mind.I couldnt pass the test.(我考试没有通过)Never mind.(没关系别太在意 日常英语 英语口语暴风雨不会永不停息,任何不适也并非难以容忍只要勇敢地面对困难、失望而不沮丧,成功而不骄傲,那我们的人生之战便取得了一半的胜利 Discovery in a Thunderstorm Dr. Nelson GlueckMany years ago I was on a bicycle trip through some exceedingly picturesque countryside. Suddenly, dark clouds piled up overhead and rain began to fall, but strange to relate, several hundred yards ahead of me the sun shone brilliantly. Pedaling, however, as rapidly as I could, I found it impossible to get into the clear. The clouds with their rain kept advancing faster than I could race ward. I continued this unequal contest an exhausting half hour, bee realizing that I could not win my way to the bright area ahead of me.Then it dawned upon me that I was wasting my strength in unimportant hurry, while paying no attention whatsoever to the landscape the sake of which I was making the trip. The storm could not last ever and the discomt was not unendurable. Indeed, there was much to look at which might otherwise have escaped me. As I gazed about with sharpened appreciation, I saw colors and lines and contours that would have appeared differently under brilliant light. The rain mists which now crowned the wooded hills and the fresh clearness of the different greens were entrancing. My annoyance at the rain was gone and my eagerness to escape it vanished. It had provided me with a new view and helped me understand that the sources of beauty and satisfaction may be found close at hand within the range of one’s own sensibilities.It made me think, then and later, about other matters to which this incident was related. It helped me realize that there is no sense in my attempting ever to flee from circumstances and conditions which cannot be avoided but which I might bravely meet and frequently mend and often turn to good . I know that half the battle is won if I can face trouble with courage, disappointment with spirit, and triumph with humility. It has become ever clearer to me that danger is far from disaster, that defeat may be the erunner of final victory, and that, in the last analysis, all achievement is perilously fragile unless based on enduring principles of moral conduct.I have learned that trying to find a carefree world somewhere far off involves me in an endless chase in the course of which the opporty happiness and the happiness of attainment are all too I often lost in the chase itself. It has become apparent to me that I cannot wipe out the pains of existence by denying them, blaming them largely or completely on others, or running away from them.The elements of weakness which mark every person cannot absolve me from the burdens and blessings of responsibility myself and to others. I can magnify but never lessen my problems by ignoring, evading or exorcising them. I believe that my perplexities and difficulties can be considerably resolved, if not completely overcome, by my own attitudes and actions. I am convinced that there can be no guarantee of my happiness except that I help evoke and enhance it by the work of my hands and the dictates of my heart and the direction of my striving. I believe that deep faith in God is necessary to keep me and hold mankind uncowed and confident under the vagaries and ordeals of mortal experience, and particularly so in this period of revolutionary storm and travail. If my values receive their sanction and strength from relationship to divine law and acceptance of its ethical imperatives, then nothing can really harm me. “The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” 900抚摸我吧别害怕我不会伤害你,来吧,抚摸我光滑的皮肤感觉玻璃般的冰冷与光滑,以及其中的裂缝和刮痕,感受我的存在如果你愿意,请用双手抚摸吧我们的相似之处将超越你的想象Touch Me is a soliloquy composed by Hank Miller, about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. also known as “The Wall”. This monument is one of the most visited sites in the city of Washington.-----By Hank Miller  (Calinia professional photographer, freelance writer, mer Naval Aviator, and a Vietnam veteran)  Touch me. Don’t be afraid. I can’t hurt you. Go ahead and touch my smooth surface. Feel the cold, glass-like smoothness and the crevices and lines that make me what I am. Use both hands if you wish. We are more similar than you dare to believe.  Touch my face. Yes, I have a face like yours. It has weathered the centuries as yours has the years. My face portrays my evolution. Yours, the birth and death of a generation. My face has aged like yours as we have endured together the testimony of earth elements.  I have eyes like yours. My inscriptions stare out at you as I search the meaning of why we are here. I look into your eyes and see who you are. Who am I? I was med millions of years past and now you see the results of my evolution.  I can feel your hands and the sweat from your palms flow into the countless combination of the letters that make me. I know you. I have known you since I was able to breathe in the air as my smoothness began to take shape and my color matured along with natural flaws. You have known me since the days when you came to take me from my mother.  You cannot hear me. I am static and unmoving. But, I can hear your murmurs and your cries of pain and sadness. Your sons and daughters ask why? There are no answers. I am very old. I have seen everything and I am none the wiser the pain and suffering and I have witnessed since I rose from the bowels of the earth. I have witnessed the conflict, the death, the civilizations, and the societies that have come bee you. Yet I remain mystified about this day.  I feel sad yet alive with a purpose. I have come to know those who are now an integral part of the reason my being here at this place and time. That purpose has become apparent as I stand bee you on this day while your brethren gather to witness my reflections and the changes of light that mirror your soul.  I am a reflection of you…  I am all of you…  I am your spirit..  I am The Wall. 890

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