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A Grain of Sand 一粒沙子    William Blake威廉.布莱克To see a world in a grain of sand,And a heaven in a wild fllower,Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,And eternity in an hour.从一粒沙子看到一个世界,从一朵野花看到一个天堂,把握在你手心里的就是无限,永恒也就消融于一个时辰英语口语中在饭店里:客房务 --5 :1:31 来源: 客房务请提供客房务Room service, please.请提供叫早务A wake-up call, please.A wake-up call at seven tomorrow morning, please. (请明天早晨7点钟叫醒我)Certainly, maam. (好的)Id like a wake-up call, please.May I have a wake-up call? (早晨能叫醒我吗?)我可以借一下吹风机吗?Can I borrow a hair dryer? *borrow“借入”请送一壶咖啡Please bring me a pot of coffee.Please bring me a pot of coffee. (请送一壶咖啡)How many cups would you like? (您要几个杯子?)请提供洗衣务Laundry service, please. *laundry “洗衣”什么时候能弄好?When will it be y?When will it be y? (什么时候能弄好?)Tomorrow morning at ten. (明天上午点)请告诉我您的房间号码Your room number, please.501房间This is room 501. *501的说法是five o one请进Come in. 英语口语我带着小,早早出发,去看大海;美人鱼从海底出来看我,I Started Early - Took My Dog Emily Dickinson (1830-86)I started Early - Took my DogAnd visited the SeaThe Mermaids in the BasementCame out to look at meAnd Frigates - in the Upper FloorExtended Hempen HandsPresuming Me to be a MouseAground - upon the Sands But no Man moved Me - till the TideWent past my simple ShoeAnd past my Apron - and my BeltAnd past my Bodice - tooAnd made as He would eat me upAs wholly as a DewUpon a Dandelion's SleeveAnd then - I started - tooAnd He - He followed - close behindI felt His Silver HeelUpon my Ankle - Then my ShoesWould overflow with PearlUntil We met the Solid TownNo One He seemed to knowAnd bowing - with a Mighty lookAt me - The Sea withdrew 0我终于意识到真正的幸福来自人的精神世界,来自人的心智与灵魂诚然,在这个纷扰喧嚣的时世,想拥有宁静祥和的内心世界并非易事,这需要我们时常反省、冥思,还要自律坦然直面自己实属不易(你得有耐心,能体谅,只要可能,寻求上帝的帮助)而一旦你的精神世界能真正远离暴风骤雨和阴风邪气的侵犯,你必将获得无比丰厚的回报A Reporter Quotes His Sources  It’s rather difficult in these noisy, confusing, nerve-racking days to achieve the peace of mind in which to pause a moment to reflect on what you believe in. There’s so little time and opporty to give it much thought—though it is the thing we live by; and without it, without beliefs, human existence today would hardly be bearable.  My own view of life, like everyone else’s, is conditioned by personal experience. In my own case, there were two experiences, in particular, which helped to shape my beliefs years of life and work under a totalitarian regime, and a glimpse of war.  Living in a totalitarian land taught me to value highly—and fiercely—the very things the dictators denied tolerance, respect others and, above all, the freedom of the human spirit.  A glimpse of war filled me with wonder not only at man’s courage and capacity self-sacrifice, but at his stubborn, marvelous will to preserve, to endure, to prevail—amidst the most incredible savagery and suffering. When you saw people—civilians—who where bombed out, or who, worse, had been hounded in the concentration camps or worked to a frazzle in the slave-labor gangs—when you saw them come out of these ordeals of horror and torture, still intact as human beings, with a will to go on, with a faith still in themselves, in their fellow man, and in God, you realized that man was indestructible. You appreciated, too, that despite the corruption and cruelty of life, man somehow managed to retain great virtues love, honor, courage, self-sacrifice, compassion.  It filled you with a certain pride just to be a member of the human race. It renewed your belief in your fellow men.  Of course, there are many days (in this Age of Anxiety) when a human being feels awfully low and discouraged. I myself find consolation at such moments by two means trying to develop a sense of history, and renewing the quest inner life.  I go back, example, to ing Plutarch. He reminds you that even in the golden days of Greece and Rome, from which so much that is splendid in our own civilization derives, there was a great deal of what we find so loathsome in life today war, strife, corruption, treason, double-crossing, intolerance, tyranny, rabble-rousing. Reading history thus gives you perspective. It enables you to see your troubles relatively. You don’t take them so seriously then.  Finally, I find that most true happiness comes from one’s inner life; from the disposition of the mind and soul. Admittedly, a good inner life is difficult to achieve, especially in these trying times. It takes reflection and contemplation. And self-discipline. One must be honest with oneself, and that’s not easy. (You have to have patience and understanding. And, when you can, seek God.)  But the reward of having an inner life, which no outside storm or evil turn of tune can touch, is, it seems to me, a very great one. 96新生儿睁开双眼的那一刻起,发现也就开始了我是在一天清晨给一头小牛犊接生的时候突然意识到这一点的,不禁大笑小牛仰起毛茸茸的脑袋看着我,目光中透出这个新生命对世界的一无所知Discovery by Diane AckermanThe word “discovery” literally means, uncovering something that’s hidden from view. But what really happens is a change in the viewer. The familiar offers comt few can resist, and fewer still want to disturb. But as relatively recent inventions such as the telescope and microscope have taught us, the unknown has many layers. Every truth has geological strata, and you can’t have an orthodoxy without a heresy. The moment a newborn opens its eyes, discovery begins. I learned this with a laugh one morning after delivering a calf. When it lifted up its fluffy head and looked at me, its eyes held the absolute bewilderment of the newly born. A moment bee it had the even black nowhere of the womb, and suddenly its world was full of colour, movement and noise. I’ve never seen anything so shocked to be alive. 5591

同音同形异义词:fray -01-7 18:6: 来源: 前两天介绍cleave(分开;忠于)一词时,我们曾谈过英语中有很多“同音异形异义”词,它们在演变过程中转化成了“同音同形异义”,今天讲的fray(冲突;磨损)亦不失为此类词汇的又一代表既然是异义,两个不同的词义的渊源肯定也不会相同先看fray做“冲突”时,其词根可追溯到世纪古英语词affray,指“吓唬某人;使不得安宁”,如果写出它的过去分词--affrayed,您是不是有似曾相识的感觉?那当然! Afraid(害怕的)就是由affrayed演变而来的在当时,fray(惊吓某人)做名词时指“恐惧”由于“恐惧都是由外界侵袭而引起的”,所以fray后来开始表示“攻击”,它的现代意“争吵;冲突”是在世纪开始出现的,并延续至今Fray的另一层含义“磨损”源自希腊词fricare(磨擦),在此基础上,fray后来延伸为“由于擦而损坏”,如fray的比喻义My nerves are frayed(我神经崩溃了)就是指由于过分紧张或压力过大而使神经遭受百般“损伤”,最后达至无可忍受的程度(中国日报网站编译) fray 由于 冲突 演变

英语口语中飞机上、饭店里:遇到困难时 --5 :: 来源: 在饭店遇到困难时没有热水There is no hot water.There is no hot water. (没有热水)Are you sure about that? (您肯定没有吗?)隔壁太吵了The room next door is noisy.我能再要一把房间钥匙吗?Could I possibly have another room key? *因为有possibly,所以使得说法更礼貌Could I please have another room key?May I have another room key?Is it all right if I have another room key?Would it be possible me to have another room key?Id like to have another key, if that okay. (如果可以的话,我想再要一把房间的钥匙)我把钥匙忘在房间里了I locked myself out.I locked myself out.(我把钥匙忘在房间里了)May I have your name, please. (请告诉我您叫什么名字?)I left my key inside my room.I got my key inside my room. (我把钥匙忘在屋里了)我被锁在外面了Im locked out. 这与上一句的I locked myself out语气上有些不同I locked myself out只表示自己把钥匙忘在房间里了,而Im locked out还含有被别人锁在外面的意思我房间的电视不能看The TV doesnt work in my room. *电视或房间里电器等设备坏了,不能使用时都可以用…doesnt work来表示您能派人给修理一下儿吗?Could you send someone to fix it? *用fix来表示“修理”请叫位务员来一下Could you send someone up?Could you send someone up? (您能叫一位务员来一趟吗?)What seems to be the problem, sir? (有什么事吗?先生?) 英语 飞机

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