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  英语美文摘抄(一)


  We tried s。o hard to m。ake things better for our kids that。 we made them worse. For my grand。children, I d know better.


  I d really like。 for th。em to know abo。ut hand-me-down clothes and home-made ice cream and leftover mea。t。loaf. I really would。.


  My cherished grandson, I hope you lea。rn humility by surviving failu。re and that you learn to be honest even when no one is looking.


  I hope you learn to。 make your bed and。 mow th。e lawn and wash the car-and I hope nobo。dy gives you a brand-new car when。 you are sixteen.


  It will be good if at least o。ne tim。e you can see a baby calf born,。 and you have a good friend to be with you if you ever have to put your old dog to sleep.


  I hope you get a black eye fighting。 for something you。 believe i。n.


  I hope you have t。o share a bedroom with your younger brother. And it is all right to draw a line down the middle of the room, but when he want。s to crawl under the covers with you because he s scared, I hope y。ou ll let him。.


  And when you want to see a Disn。ey mo。vie and your kid brother w。ants to tag al。ong, I hope you take him.


  I hope you have to。 walk uphill w。ith your friends and that you live in a town where you can do it safely.


  If you want a slingsho。t, I hope your father teaches you how t。o make one ins。tead of。 buyin。g one. I hope you lea。rn to dig in the dirt and read b。ooks, and when y。ou learn to use computers, you also le。arn how to add and。 subtract in your head.


  I hope you get razzed by friends when you have yo。ur first cr。ush on a girl, and that when you talk back to your。 mother you learn what Ivory soap tastes li。ke.


  May y。ou skin your knee climbing a mountain, burn your hand on the stove and stick your tongue on a frozen flagpole.


  I hope you g。et sick when someone blows。 smoke in your face. I don t care if。 you try beer once,。 but I hope you won t like it. And if a friend offers you a joint or any drugs, I hope you are smar。t enough to realize that person is not your friend.


  I sure hope y。ou make time to si。t on a porch with your grandpa or go fishing with you。r uncle.


  I hope your mother punishes you wh。en you。 throw a。 baseball through a ne。ighbor s window, and that she hugs you and kisses you when you give her a plaster of pared mold of your hand.


  These things I wish for you-tough times and disappointment, hard wor。k and happiness.


  爷爷的期望非常简单 幸福快乐就好


  我们竭尽全力想让我们。的儿。女们过得更好,而。结果却是适得其反。对我的孙辈们,我就明智得多了。


  我真的希。望他们能够了解什么是兄长传下来的旧衣服,家制的冰淇。淋,以及吃剩的肉糕。我真的希望。


  我的宝贝孙。子,我希望你在经受失败的考验之后能学会谦卑,也希望你能学会诚实,即使在没有人注视你的时候。


  我希望你能学会自己叠被子,自己刈。草坪,自己洗车--我还希望在你满十六岁时没有人送给你一辆崭新的轿车。


  假如。你至少有一次机会看见小牛犊出生,假如你不得不为你的老狗送终,那时有。一位好朋友在场为。你作伴--那样该有多好啊!


  我希望你能为自己的所信仰与人斗得眼青脸肿。


  我希望你能和你弟弟共一间卧室--即使你在卧室中间划一条分界线也没关系。可是,当弟弟因为害怕而要爬进你的被窝时,我希望你会接纳他。


  当你要出去看迪斯尼电影,你的小弟弟想做你的小尾巴时,我希望你能带上他。


  我希望你能和朋友们一起爬山,而在你所生活的城市里做这项运动不会有什么。危险。


  如果你想要一把弹弓,我希望你父亲能。教。你怎样自己做一把,而不是为你买一把现成的。我还希望你能学会挖泥巴和读书;而当你学会使用电脑时,你也应该学会加减法的心算。


  当你第一次恋上一个女孩时,我希望你会受到朋友。们。的嘲弄;而当你跟你母亲顶嘴时,希望她叫你尝一尝象牙肥皂的滋味。


  但愿你能在爬山时。弄破膝盖上的皮,或者在炉子上烧伤手,或者让。舌头粘。在结冰的旗杆上。


  我希望吸烟者对着你的脸上喷吐烟雾时,你会感。到。恶心。如果你尝试喝一次啤酒,我不会在意;但是我希望你不会喜欢上它。如果有一位朋友请你吸一口含大麻的香烟,或者任何毒品,我希望你明智地意识到他不是你的朋友。


  我当然。希望你能抽时间来陪你爷爷在门廊上坐一坐,或者陪你叔叔钓钓鱼。


  如果你把捧球扔进了邻居的窗户,我希望你母亲。惩罚你。如果你能剪掉指甲,用石膏做一只自己的手的模型送给你妈,我希望她会给你拥。抱和亲。吻。


  我希望你能经历:艰难的岁月,挫折和失望;希望你努力。工作,幸福快乐。


  英语美文摘抄(。二)


  Learning:A。 Li。felong Career


  A。s food is to the。 body, so is learning to the mind. Our bod。ies grow and muscles develop with the intake of adequate nutritious food. Likewise, we should keep learning day by day to main。tain our keen mental powe。r and expand our inte。llec。tual capacity. Constant learning suppli。es us with inexhaustible fuel for driving us to sharpen our power of reasoning, analysis, and judgment. Lear。ning incessantly is the。 sur。est way to k。eep pace with the times in the information age,。 and an infallible warrant of success in times of uncertainty.


  Once learning stops, vegetati。on se。ts in. It is a common fallacy to regard school as the only wor。kshop for the acquis。ition of knowledge. O。n the contrary, learning should be a never-ending process, from the crad。le to the grav。e. Wit。h the world ever changing so fast, the。 ceas。e from learning for just a few days will make a person lag behind. What's worse, the animalistic instinct dorman。t deep in our subconsciousness will come to life, weakening our will。 to pursue our noble ideal, sapping our determination to sweep away ob。stacles to our success and strangling our desire for the refinement o。f our character. L。ack of learning will in。evitably lead to the stagnation of the m。ind。, or even worse, its fossilization, Therefore, to stay mentally young, we hav。e to take learning as a lifelong career.


  学习:一生的事业(学习无止境,只有努力,努力,再努力,才会成功)


  学习之于心灵,就像食物之于身体一样。摄取了适量的营养食物,我们的身体得以生长而肌肉得以发达。同样地,我们应该日复一日不断地学习以保持我们敏锐的心智能力,并扩充我们的智力容量。不断的学习提供我们用不尽的燃料,来驱使我们。磨利我们的推理、分析和判断的能力。持续的学习是在信息时代中跟时代并驾齐驱的最稳当的方法,也是在变动的世代中成功的可。靠保证。


  一旦学习停止,单调贫乏的生活。就开始了。视学校为汲取知识的唯。一场。所是种常见的谬误。相反地,学习应该是一。种无终止的历程,从生到死。由于世界一直快速地在变动,只要学习停。顿数日就将使人落后。更糟的是,蛰伏在我们潜意识深处的兽性本能就会复活,削弱我们追求高。贵理想的意志,弱化我。们扫除成功障碍的决心,而且扼杀我们净化我们人格的欲望。缺少学习将不可避免地导致心灵的停滞,甚至更糟地,使其僵化。因此,为了保持心理年轻,我们必须将学习当作一生的事业。


  英语美文摘抄(三)


  heavy schoolwork


  In my opinion, the schoolwork。 no。w bein。g assi。gned to high school studen。t。s is too he。av。y. While it is true that students need to study, they need other things as well if they are to grow into healthy and well-rounded adults. High should be allowed more tim。e for play. Playing is not wasting time, as some。 th。ink. It gives them physical ex。ercise, and a。lso exercises their imagination. Which tends to be stifled by too much study. Finally, the pressure put on high school studen。ts by excessive schoolwork can cause serious stress, which is unhealthy physically and mentally. I do not advocate the elimination。 of schoolwork. I do think, however, that a r。eduction o。f the current heavy load would be beneficial to students and。 to the society as a whole.


  课业繁重


  我认为目前高中生的课业实在太重了,虽然说学生的确应当念书,但是要想。长大成为。健全的人,他门还需要一些其它的东西,所以应该给高中。生较多从事娱乐的时间。娱乐并不如某些人所想的,是。在浪费时间,它可以让学生锻炼身体,发挥被繁重课业扼杀。的想象力。最后,繁重的课业加诸在高中。生身上的压力可能引起严重的情绪紧张,这对身心都有害。我并非主张废除学校课业,但是我认为减轻目前繁重的课业对于学生和整个社会都是有益的。


  英语美文摘抄(四)


  Time


  Lost tim。e is never found a。gain. This is something which I learned very c。learly last semester. I spent so much time fooling around that my grades began to suffer. I fina。lly realized that so。mething had to be done. It was time for a change.


  Now I have a new plan for using my time wisely. I have set my alarm clock ahead half an hour. This。 will give me a head start on the day. I have also decided to keep a log of what。 I do and when。 I。 do it. Looking back on what I’ve d。one will give me some ideas on how to reorganize my time.


  时间


  时光一去不复返,这是我上学期清楚学到的教训。我浪费很多时间四处游荡,以致于我的成绩开始退步。最后我终于了解到我必须有所作为;该是痛改前非的时候了。


  现在我有一个明智运用。时间的新方法。我已将闹钟早拨半小时,这将使我这一天的作息提前开始。我也决定将我所做的一切及做这些事的时间记录下来。回。顾我所做的事情会启发我如何重新安排我的时间。


  英语美文摘。抄(五)


  Work and Play


  Work and play do no。t contradict each other; in fact, they complement each other. As the saying goes, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." A life burdened w。ith work leads you nowhere,。 for。 you would get tired and bored with your dail。y routine wor。k. On the other hand, proper r。ecreation will relieve the te。nsion and discomfort of our monotonous life b。ecause it offers you v。arious ways to let out your pent-。up emotions.


  What I usually do to rela。x。 after school is jogging an。d seeing movie。s. Usually I don't spare time for exercise, but I value the physical education class at school. Jogging s。everal rou。nds in the field certai。nly relieves the day's。 pressure. On weeke。nds, I'll catch the mor。ning movie for my visual enjoyment. I feel revived and energetic for another week's work-load.


  工作与娱乐


  工作与娱乐并不互相冲突,事实上,它们之间的关系还相辅相成。有句格言。说:「整日工作而没有休闲娱乐,会令人变得沉闷乏味。」被工作重担压得喘不过气来的生活,将使你一事无成,因为你将对一成不变的例行公事感到厌烦。由另一方面来说,适度的娱乐活动能提供各种管道,来渲泄你被压抑的情绪,减轻单调生活中。的紧张与不悦。


  放学之后,我最常做的休闲活动,便是慢跑与看电影。通常我并不特地拨出时间来做运动,但是我很重视学校的体育课。在操场上慢跑几圈,无疑地可以减轻一天的压力。在周。末。时,我都去看早。场电影,享受视觉盛宴。如此一来,我将有如再生般的充沛活力,去面对下一星期的工作量。


  英语美文摘抄(六)


  My first Job


  My first job was at a cramming school. It was three years ago when I just graduated from junior high school and f。inished the entrance examinati。on. since I had nothing to do that summer, I decided to find a job, tasting the joy of independence.


  I was responsible for answering the telephone and taking the message. I worked eight hours a day, six days a week. The work was not difficult nor heavy。 to me。 and I guess I did well. The most delighted t。hing was perhaps that I c。ould spend the money I earned al。l b。y m。ysel。f.


  我的第一份工作


  我的第一份工作是在一家补习。班做事。那是三年前我刚从国中毕业,考完联考时的事了。既然我那整个夏天都闲着没事,倒不如找份差事,尝尝独立赚钱的快乐。


  我负责接听电话且纪录留言。的工作。我一天工作八小时,一星期工作六天。那份工。作对我而言既不困难亦不沉重,所以我想我还满称职的。而最令人快乐的事大概莫过于。花全部由自己赚来的钱了!


  英语美文摘抄(七)


  My Favorite Sports


  Sports help e。veryone to keep healthy, happy, and efficient. So I pay special attention to ga。me。s, especially table-tennis. Table tennis is my favorite game. I play it almost every day.


  Table-tennis is an ideal game for us because it brings the whole b。ody into action. It strengthens our muscles, expands our lungs, promotes the circulation of the bloo。d, and c。au。ses a healthy action of the skin. Besides, it is very amusing and does not cost us。 much money. Table。-ten。nis is very moderate; it is not so rough as football. It is an indoor game and can be played even on rainy days. Thus, it is my favorite kind of exercise.


  我最喜爱的运动


  运动能帮。助每一个人保持健康、快乐和有效率。所以我特别重视运动,特别是桌球,桌球是我最喜欢的运动。我几乎每天玩。


  桌球对我们而言,是一项理。想的运动,因为它可以使我们全身运动,它可以增强我们的肌肉,扩张我们的肺。部,促进血液循环,并且使肌肤产生健康作用,此外,它很。有趣而且所费不多。桌球。是相当温。和适中的,它不像足球。那么粗野。它是一种室内运动,甚至在下雨天也能玩。因此,桌球是我最喜爱的一种运动。


  英语美文摘抄(八)


  Fox and co。ck


  One。 mo。rning a fox sees a cock.He think,"This is my breakfa。st.''


  H。e comes up to the cock and says,"I kn。ow you can sing very w。ell.Ca。n you sing for。 me?''。The co。ck is glad.He closes his eyes and begins to sing.The fox sees tha。t and catches him in his mouth and carries him away.


  The people in the field see the fox.They cry,"Look,look。!Th。e fox is carrying。 the cock away.''


  The cock says to the fox,"Mr Fox。,d。o you underst。an。d?The people say you are carrying their cock away.Tell them。 it is yo。urs.Not t。heirs.''


  The fox opens his mouth and says,"The cock is mine,not yours.''J。ust。 then the cock runs away from the fox and flies into the tree.


  狐狸和公鸡


  一天早上,一只狐狸看。到了一只公鸡。他想:这是我的早餐。


  他朝公鸡走来,对他说:"我知道,你能唱得。非常好听,你能唱给我听么?"公鸡很高兴。他闭上。眼睛开始唱歌。狐狸看到这些抓住它放到自己的嘴里走了。


  在田地。里的人们看到了。狐狸。大喊大叫:"看,看!狐狸抓住公鸡逃走了。"公鸡对狐狸。说:"狐狸先生,你能理解么?人们认为你叼走。了公鸡。告诉他们这是你的,不是他们的。"


  狐狸张开她的嘴说:"公鸡是我的,不是你们的。"就在那时,公鸡逃离了狐狸的嘴巴,跑到了树底下。


  英语美文摘抄(九)


  The City Mouse and the Country Mouse


  Once the。re were two mice. They were friends. One mouse lived in the country。; the other mous。e lived in the city. After many years the Country mou。se saw the City mouse; he said,。 "Do come and see me at my house in the country." So the City mouse went. The City mouse s。a。id, "This food is not good, and your house is not good. Why do yo。u live in a hole in the field? Y。ou should come and live in。 the city. You would live in a nice house made of stone. You would have nice food。 to eat. You must come and see me at。 my house in the city."


  Th。e Country mouse went to the house of the City mouse. It was a very good house. Nice。 foo。d was set ready for them to ea。t. But just as they began to eat they heard a great noise. The City。 mouse cried, " Run! Run! The cat is coming!" They ran away quickly and hid.


  After some time they came out. When the。y came out, the Country mouse said, "I do not。 like living in t。he city. I like living in my hole in the field. For it is nicer to be poor a。nd h。appy, than to be。 rich and afraid."


  城里老鼠和乡下老鼠


  从前,有两只老鼠,它们是好朋友。一只老鼠居住在乡村,另一只住在城里。很多年以后,乡下老鼠碰到城里老鼠,它说:"你一定要来我乡下的家看看。"于是,城里老鼠就。去了。乡下老鼠领着它到了一块田地上它自己的家里。它把所有最精美食物都找出来给城里老鼠。城里老。鼠说:"这东西不好吃,你的家也不好,你为什么住在田野的地洞里。呢?你应该。搬到城里去住,你能住上用石头造的漂亮房子,还会吃上美味佳肴,你应该到我城里的家看看。"


  乡。下老鼠就到城里老鼠的家去。房子十分漂亮,好吃的东西也为他们。摆好了。可是正当。他们要开始吃的时候,听见很大的一阵响声,城里的老鼠叫喊起来:"快跑!快跑!猫来了!"他们飞快地跑开躲藏起来。


  过了一会儿,他们出来了。当他们出来时,乡下老鼠说:"我不喜欢住在城里,我喜欢住在田野我的洞里。因为这样虽然贫穷但是快乐自在,比起虽然富有却要过着提心吊胆的生活来说,要好些。"


  英语美文摘抄(十)


  But the teacher cried


  The six-year-old John was t。erribly spoiled . His father knew it, but his gr。andma do。ted。 on him. He hardly left her side. And when he wanted anything, he either cried or threw a temper tantrum. Then came his first day of schoo。l, his fi。rst day away from his grandmother's loving arms.


  When he ca。me home from school his grandma met him at the door.


  "Was school all ri。g。ht?" she asked, "Did you get alon。g all right? did you cry?"


  "Cry?" John asked. "No,。 I didn't cry, but the teacher did!"


  可是老。师哭了


  六岁的约翰娇生惯养。他的父亲知道这一点,可他的祖父母仍然宠着他。这孩子几乎寸步不离他的祖母。他想要什么不是哭,就是闹。他第一天上学才离开祖母的怀抱。


  约翰放学了,他奶奶在门口接他并问道:"学校怎么样?你过的好吗?哭了没有?"


  "哭?"约翰。问,"不,我没哭,可老师哭了。"


  10.Mixed doubles


  Tea。cher of Physical Education: Have you ever s。een mixed doubles,boys?


  Nick: Yes,sir. Quite of ten。. I saw it even last night.


  Teacher: Pl。ease tell us some thing about it.


  Nick: Oh,sorry,sir. My father always says, "Domestic shame should not be published.。"


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