The chick raised his head and said, "Mr. Mouse, I can tell you this trap is a grave concern4 to you, but it has no consequence to me and I cannot be bothered with it."
  The mouse turned to the pig, "I am so sorry, Mr. Mouse, but the trap is no concern of mine either!" the pig said.
  The mouse then turned to the bull, "It sounds like you have a problem, Mr. Mouse. but not one that concerns Me." the bull said.
  The mouse returned to the house, head down and dejected5 that no one would help him or has concerned about his dilemma6.
  He knew he had to face the trap on his own. That night the sound of a trap catching its prey was heard throughout the house. The farmer"s wife rushed to see what was caught. In the darkness she could not see that it was a venomous7 snake whose tail the trap had caught.
  The snake bit the farmer"s wife. The wife caught a bad fever and the farmer knew the best way to treat a fever was with chicken soup. The farmer took his hatchet8 to the farmyard to get the soup"s main ingredient9.
  The wife got sicker and friends and neighbors came by to take turns sitting with her round the clock. The farmer knew he had to feed them, so he butchered10 the Pig,
  The farmer"s wife did not get better, in fact she died and so many friends and family came to her funeral that the farmer had to slaugllter the bull to feed all of them.
  So the next time we hear that one of our teammates is facing a problem and think it does not concern or affect us, let us remember that when any one of us is in trouble, we are all at risk.
  Life is a celebration. Be happy and make others happy.
  
  一天,一只住在农场的小老鼠透过墙上的洞看到农场主和他的妻子打开了一个包裹。
  小老鼠很好奇里面装的是什么好吃的食物。但是令它震惊的是,里面居然是一个老鼠夹。于是它跑到农场的院子里向每一个动物警告说:“屋里有一个老鼠夹!屋里有一个老鼠夹!”
  一只小鸡抬起头说:“老鼠先生,我敢说老鼠夹是专为你设置的,不会给我带来任何后果,我用不着担心。”
  老鼠转向猪。“我也很抱歉,老鼠先生,老鼠夹和我也没有任何关系。”小猪说道。
  老鼠又去跟牛讲。老牛对它说:“听起来你好像遇到了麻烦,老鼠先生,但是这也不关我的事。”
  老鼠耷拉着脑袋回到屋子里,他感到很沮丧,因为没有谁愿意帮助它,没有谁为它的困境担心。
  它只有独自面对这个老鼠夹了。那天晚上大家都听到了夹子夹住东西的声音。农夫的妻子急忙跑过去看是什么被抓住了。黑暗中她看不清,其实是一条毒蛇的尾巴被夹住了。
  农夫的妻子被毒蛇咬了一口,发起了高烧。农夫知道最好的退热办法是喝鸡汤,于是他拿着菜刀走进院子去取做汤的原料。
  农夫的妻子病得更重了,朋友和邻居们轮流来看她。农夫必须招待他们,所以就把猪杀了。
  农夫的妻子还是没有好转,最后还是死了,很多朋友和家人来参加她的葬礼,农夫只有杀牛来招待他们。
  所以,下一次当我们听到同伴当中的一员遇到问题时,不要想这不关自己的事,不会影响自己。记住,如果我们中任何一个人遇到麻烦,我们都将处于危险之中。
  生活就是联欢,高兴一点儿,让其他人也高兴起来!
  
  注释
  
  ①crack n.破裂,裂缝
  ②aghast adj.惊骇的,吓呆的
  ③mousetrap n.捕鼠器
  ④concern n.(利害)关系,关心,关注,所关心的是
  ⑤deject v.使沮丧,使灰心
  ⑥dilemma n.进退两难的局面,困难的选择
  ⑦venomous adj. 有毒的,分泌毒液的,有毒腺的,
   恶意的,狠毒的
  ⑧hatchet n.短柄斧
  ⑨ingredient n.成分,因素
  ⑩butchered adj.剖割好的
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角色父亲骚触动斗2686《英魂叁国》性转吕布匹退场

救灾穿扦|100多个小时彻夜值守壹副脚丫儿子泡得发白让人疼疼

蛇盘疮:2019年河北边成材高考报名费好多?

2019年11月21日 04:11

【篇二:体谅一米阳光】


  Leave Room for a Change
  
  The son was too straightforward in what he said and never knew how to leave room for a change.About this, his father was worried.He decided to help his son."Remember to speak in another way round.Never be too straightforward and rigid." the father told him.
  Not knowing what his father meant, the boy blinked and kept silent.
  However, the father was patient.He tried to teach the dull boy again and again."For example," the father explained. "What did you say when the neighbor came to borrow things yesterday? You said " No, we haven"t." That won"t do.That"s too rigid.If anyone comes to borrow something next time, do not say "No, we haven"t", nor "Yes,we have. "Just say "Some of them are at home. Some are not." That"s a good way to speak. Can you remember?"
  The son seemed to understand.
  A few days later, a man came and called on them.
  "Is your father at home?" the man asked.
  The boy kept silent for a moment, thinking of what his father had taught him, and then replied calmly, "Some of them are at home. Some are not."
  
  儿子说话很直,从来不知道说话要留有余地。爸爸为此很担心,于是决定好好地教导教导儿子。他对儿子说:“以后说话一定要灵活些,千万不要把话说得太绝对。”
  儿子还不太明白其中的道理,只好眨巴着眼睛看着爸爸。
  不过,爸爸很有耐心,他不厌其烦地一遍遍开导这个迟钝的孩子。他对儿子解释说:“比如说吧,昨天邻居来借东西,你是怎么说的?你说:‘没有!’这可不行,话说得太绝对了。今后如果再遇到这类事情,不要直接说‘没有’,也不要说‘有’。就说‘有的在家,有的不在家’。这就把话说灵活了。记住了吗?”
  儿子似乎明白了。
  几天后,他家来了一位客人。
  “你爸爸在家吗?”客人问道。
  儿子默默地思考了一下爸爸对他的教导,然后非常镇静地回答说:“有的在家,有的不在家。”
蛇盘疮

我给它取了一个有趣的名字,叫滴滴答答。因为它是下完雨才长那么快的!


  Angels in Indiana
  
  In September 1960, I woke up one morning with six hungry babies and just 75 cents in my pocket. Their father was gone. The boys ranged from three months to seven years; their sister was two.
  I scrubbed1 the kids until they looked brand new and then put on my best homemade dress. I loaded them into the rusty2 old car and drove off to find a job. The seven of us went to every factory, store and restaurant in our small town. No luck.
  The last place we went to, just a few miles out of town, called the Big Wheel. An old lady named Granny owned the place and she peeked3 out of the window from time to time at all those kids. She needed someone on the graveyard4 shift, 11 at night until seven in the morning. She paid 65 cents an hour and I could start that night.
  On Christmas Eve, the usual customers were drinking coffee in the Big Wheel. It was still dark and I couldn"t see much, but there appeared to be some dark shadows in the car -- or was that just a trick of the night? Something certainly looked different, but it was hard to tell what. When I reached the car I peered warily5 into one of the side windows. Then my jaw dropped in amazement. My old battered6 car was full to the top with boxes of all shapes and sizes. I quickly opened the driver"s side door, scrambled inside and kneeled in the front facing the back seat. Reaching back, I pulled off the lid of the top box. Inside was a whole case of little blue jeans, sizes 2-10! I looked inside another box: It was full of shirts to go with the jeans. Then I peeked inside some of the other boxes: There were candy and nuts and bananas and bags of groceries. There was an enormous ham for baking, and canned vegetables and potatoes. There was pudding and cookies, pie filling and flour. There was a whole bag of laundry supplies and cleaning items. And there were five toy trucks and one beautiful little doll.
  As I drove back through empty streets as the sun slowly rose on the most amazing Christmas Day of my life, I was sobbing with gratitude. And I will never forget the joy on the faces of my little ones that precious morning.
  Yes, there were angels in Indiana that long-ago December.
  
  1960年9月的一个早晨,我醒来,身边是6个饥饿的孩子,口袋里只有75美分。孩子们的父亲已经离开了。男孩子们年龄在3个月到7岁之间,他们的妹妹只有2岁。
  我把孩子们擦洗干净,他们看起来干干净净。然后,我穿上最好的自己缝制的衣服。我把他们放在生锈的旧汽车里,去找工作。我们7个人走遍了我们小镇的每一个工厂、商店、餐厅,一无所获。
  最后,我们来到离镇里几英里的叫做“大车轮”的地方。这个地方由一个老奶奶所有。她不时地从窗户里看着这些孩子们。她需要有人值夜班,晚上11点到第二天7点。每小时付65美分,我当天晚上就可以上班。
  圣诞节前夜,通常顾客们在这儿喝咖啡。天黑,看不清什么。在车里,有几个黑影在走动。难道晚上有恶作剧吗?感觉有点异样,但是说不清是什么。我向车走去,看了一眼车的侧窗。我目瞪口呆。我的破车里放满了各种形状和大小的盒子。我很快打开驾驶员的侧门,爬进车里,面向车的后座跪了下来。打开最上面的一个盒子,里面装着一盒子蓝色小牛仔裤,号码从2到10都有。另一个盒子里,装满了与牛仔裤配套的衬衫。其他盒子里有糖果、坚果、香蕉和其他日用品袋。有一个巨大的火腿,罐装的蔬菜和土豆。有布丁、饼干、馅饼和面粉,一大袋洗涤和清洁用品。有5个玩具汽车和—个漂亮的小洋娃娃。
  当我开车回家时,太阳正慢慢升起,我最有意义的圣诞节开始了。我充满感激,热泪盈眶。我永远也忘不了圣诞节的早晨我孩子们脸上的幸福表情。
  确实,在那个逝去的12月里,印第安那出现了天使。
  
  注释
  
  ①scrub v.洗擦,擦净
  ②rusty adj.生锈的,迟钝的
  ③peek n.一瞥,匆忙看过;v.偷看
  ④graveyard n.墓地
  ⑤warily adv.留心地,小心地,警惕地
  ⑥batter n.击球手;v.打坏,猛击
蛇盘疮
  offer one"s services as Mao Sui did-volunteer to do something
  
  This idiom comes from Records of the Historian·Biographies of Marquis Pingyuan. During the Warring States Period, the State of Qin led a large contingent of troops to attack the capital of the State of Zhao--Handan. The Marquis Pingyuan of Zhao was dispatched as a convoy to the State of Chu to ask for help. The Marquis wanted to choose 20 attendants to go with him, but he could only get 19 suitable men altogether.
  At the critical moment,a man named Mao Sui introduced himself andvolunteered tofilloutthe delegation. Then the Marquis said:"You have been here for three years already, but you didn"t show anything special. So this job is not suitable for you.But Mao Sui provided many reasons to support himself, the Marquis agreed with his request reluctantly.
  They arrived at the State of Chu and tried to persuade the King of Chu to send troops to help Zhao against Qin. But after a long negotiation, there was still no result.Suddenly, Mao Sui went forward with his hand on the hilt of his sword to the King and said:" A military alliance betweenChuandZhaoisclearly beneficial, why can"t you make a decision?" Hearing such impolite words in public, the King was in a towering rage and shouted: "What did you come for? Get out of here!" But Mao continued his words: "The alliance between Chu and Zhao is not only good for Zhao but also for Chu. Did you forget that the State of Qin had only led a small troop to occupy your capital before?" The King was convinced and agreed to make the alliance with Zhao. Afterwards, with the State of Chu and Wei"s help, Zhao forced Qin to raise a siege.
  Since then the Marquis Pingyuan ws filled with admiration at Mao Sui"s ability and employed him in a high post.
  Now we usually use it to describe self-recommondation for the important and difficult task.
  
  此语出《史记·平原君列传》。战国时期,秦军攻打赵国都城邯郸,赵王派其弟平原君去楚国求援。平原君准备带二十名文武随从前往,但只选中了十九人。
  这时一个叫毛遂的门客站了出来,向平原君说:“听说你要去楚国请救兵,我愿凑个数。”可平原君说:“你来我家三年了,没见你有什么本事,还是留下吧。”但是经过毛遂据理力争,平原君觉得有道理,又正缺一人,就勉强同意了。
  到了楚国,与楚王谈出兵助赵之事,谈了半天没有结果。这时毛遂按剑登台,对楚王说:“楚赵联合抗秦的利弊是明摆着的,为什么不早做决断?”楚王见毛遂这个地位低微的人竟敢在大庭广众之中指责自己,要让他滚下去。毛遂却从容不迫地对楚王说:“楚赵联合抗秦,并非只为赵国,也是为了你的楚国,以前秦军只率几万人马就攻下你的国都。”
  楚王听后频频点头,最后当场结盟订约。不久赵国在楚国和魏国的帮助下解了围。
  从此平原君对毛遂的才能十分佩服,大加重用。
  后用此典比喻自告奋勇,自我推荐担任某项重要任务。

蛇盘疮:为什么父亲家邑选择高科技打扮店加以盟开店?


   Children Who Changed the World
  
  一Anne Frank
  Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank was a German-born Jewish girl from the city of Frankfurt. She gained international fame posthumously following the publication of her diary which documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
  Anne and her family moved to Amsterdam in 1933 after the Nazis gained power in Germany, and were trapped by the occupation of the Netherlands, which began in 1940. As persecutions against the Jewish population increased, the family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Frank’s office building. After two years, the group was betrayed and transported to concentration camps. Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank. Her father Otto, the only survivor of the group, returned to Amsterdam after the war to find that her diary had been saved, and his efforts led to its publication in 1947. It was translated from its original Dutch and first published in English in 1952 as The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne Frank has been acknowledged for the quality of her writing, and has become one of the most renowned and discussed of Holocaust victims.
  二、Samantha Smith
  Image: 1985 USSR Stamp with “Samantha Smith” in Cyrillic.
  Samantha Reed Smith was an American schoolgirl from Manchester, Maine who became famous in the Cold War-era United States and Soviet Union. In November 1982, when Smith was 10 years old, she wrote to Soviet leader Yuri Andropov, seeking to understand why the relations between the Soviet Union and the United States were so tense. Her letter was published in the Soviet newspaper Pravda. Samantha was happy to discover that her letter had been published, however, she had not received a reply. She then sent a letter to the Soviet Union’s Ambassador to the United States asking if Mr. Andropov intended to respond. On April 26, 1983, she received a response from Andropov. Smith attracted extensive media attention in both countries as a “Goodwill Ambassador”, and became known as “America’s Youngest Ambassador” participating in peacemaking activities in Japan. She wrote a book and co-starred in a television series, before her death at the age of 13 in the Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 plane crash.
  三、Hector Pieterson
  Image: Sam Nzima’s famous June 16, 1976 photograph of Mbuyisa Makhubo carrying Hector Pieterson, accompanied by Hector’s sister, Antoinette.
  Hector Pieterson (1964 – 16 June 1976) became the iconic image of the 1976 Soweto up rising in apartheid South Africa when a news photograph by Sam Nzima of the dying Hector being carried by a fellow student, was published around the world. He was killed at the age of 12 when the police opened fire on protesting students. For years, June 16 stood as a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the apartheid government. Today, it is known as National Youth Day — a day on which South Africans honour young people and bring attention to their needs.
蛇盘疮

啊!美丽的三娘湾,我的家乡,海豚的故乡!

今天,我读了《为了读书》这篇文章,感受颇深。文中“作为一个孩子要体谅父母的难处,年轻人,应早些锻炼自食其力的本领!”这句话深深地印在了我的脑海中。

蛇盘疮
   Children Who Changed the World
  
  一Anne Frank
  Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank was a German-born Jewish girl from the city of Frankfurt. She gained international fame posthumously following the publication of her diary which documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
  Anne and her family moved to Amsterdam in 1933 after the Nazis gained power in Germany, and were trapped by the occupation of the Netherlands, which began in 1940. As persecutions against the Jewish population increased, the family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Frank’s office building. After two years, the group was betrayed and transported to concentration camps. Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank. Her father Otto, the only survivor of the group, returned to Amsterdam after the war to find that her diary had been saved, and his efforts led to its publication in 1947. It was translated from its original Dutch and first published in English in 1952 as The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne Frank has been acknowledged for the quality of her writing, and has become one of the most renowned and discussed of Holocaust victims.
  二、Samantha Smith
  Image: 1985 USSR Stamp with “Samantha Smith” in Cyrillic.
  Samantha Reed Smith was an American schoolgirl from Manchester, Maine who became famous in the Cold War-era United States and Soviet Union. In November 1982, when Smith was 10 years old, she wrote to Soviet leader Yuri Andropov, seeking to understand why the relations between the Soviet Union and the United States were so tense. Her letter was published in the Soviet newspaper Pravda. Samantha was happy to discover that her letter had been published, however, she had not received a reply. She then sent a letter to the Soviet Union’s Ambassador to the United States asking if Mr. Andropov intended to respond. On April 26, 1983, she received a response from Andropov. Smith attracted extensive media attention in both countries as a “Goodwill Ambassador”, and became known as “America’s Youngest Ambassador” participating in peacemaking activities in Japan. She wrote a book and co-starred in a television series, before her death at the age of 13 in the Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 plane crash.
  三、Hector Pieterson
  Image: Sam Nzima’s famous June 16, 1976 photograph of Mbuyisa Makhubo carrying Hector Pieterson, accompanied by Hector’s sister, Antoinette.
  Hector Pieterson (1964 – 16 June 1976) became the iconic image of the 1976 Soweto up rising in apartheid South Africa when a news photograph by Sam Nzima of the dying Hector being carried by a fellow student, was published around the world. He was killed at the age of 12 when the police opened fire on protesting students. For years, June 16 stood as a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the apartheid government. Today, it is known as National Youth Day — a day on which South Africans honour young people and bring attention to their needs.

蛇盘疮:齐全鲁人才网父亲数据:90后一齐竟比70、80后差在哪


  () 141. I"ve ______ my bag at home.
   A. forgetB. forgottenC. leftD. lost
  () 142. Jack ______ a teacher for months.
   A. has becomeB. has turnedC. has changedD. has been
  () 143. They ______ friends since they met in Shanghai.
   A. have madeB. have becomeC. have beenD. have turned
  () 144. A: What are you doing? B: I"m ______ my lost watch.
   A. searching B. looking for C. findingD. look at
  () 145. The young man ______ .
   A. hold his breathB. hold her breath
   C. held his breathD. held her breath
  () 146. He is so rich that he ______ work.
   A. didn"t have toB. doesn"t have to C. mustD. has to
  () 147. He ______ his homework at home. He likes to finish it at school.
   A. doesn"t B. don"t doC. hasn"t doneD. doesn"t do
  () 148. Do you know which picture ______ best?
   A. does she likeB. she likesC. did she likeD. she is liking
  () 149. Our school will hold a sports meeting if it ______ tomorrow.
   A. isn"t B. rainsC. won"t rainD. doesn"t rain
  () 150. The students will go to the West Hill Farm by bike if it ____ fine tomorrow.
   A. will be B. isC. shall beD. was
  () 151. The farmer will take the cows to the field if the rain ______ later on.
   A. stopB. stopsC. stoppedD. will stop
  () 152. Go to help her if she ______ in trouble.
  A. is going B. will beC. comesD. is
  () 153. We"ll go as soon as it ______ .
  A. will stop raining B. stops raining
  C. will stop to rainD. stop to rain
  () 154. Please tell him about it as soon as he ______ back.
  A. come B. comes C. cameD. will come
  () 155. I"ll catch up with Lucy before she ______ the finishing line.
  A. reachB. is reachingC. reachesD. will reach
  () 156.I ______ the message to him as soon as he ______ back tomorrow.
  A. give, came B. will give, will come
  C. will give, comesD. give, will come
  () 157. Granny Wang told the little children that the sun ______ in the east.
  A. has risenB. roseC. rises D. rise
  () 158. —Do you know if he ______ to play basketball with us? —I think he will
   come if he ______ free tomorrow.
  A. comes,is B. comes,will beC. will come,isD. will come,will be
  () 159. I don"t know if she ______ tomorrow. If she ______ , I"ll call you.
  A. comes, comes B. will come, will come
  C. will come, comesD. comes, will come
  () 160. I want to know if they ______ the spring sports meeting next month.If they
  ______ it, I must get ready for it.
  A. hold, will holdB. will hold, hold
  C. hold, hold D. will hold, will hold
  () 161. Mrs Fang asked the boys ______ .
  A. where is Miss GreenB. where was Miss Green
  C. where Miss Green isD. where Miss Green was
蛇盘疮
  (一)
  Mr Lewis was a dance teacher. He was a nice man and always had a lot of students. One year he moved to a new town, and was soon teaching a lot of students in the dance school there, but he decided(决定)to move again to a big city. "I"ll have more work there," he thought.
  When one of his women students heard that he was going to leave, she said to him,"The teacher to take your classes won"t be as good as you are."
  Mr Lewis was happy when he heard this, but he said ,"Oh, no! I"m sure he"ll be as good as I or even (甚至)better."
  But she said,"No, five teachers have come and gone while I"ve been here, and each one was worse than the last one."
  
  1. Mr Lewis moved to a new town and _______ there.
   A. had a lot of men studentsB. taught dance
   C. became a dance teacherD. lived in a dance school
  2. Then he decided to move to a big city because _______ .
   A. the students weren"t worth teaching
   B. the students didn"t like him
   C. he wanted to teach more students
   D. he couldn"t teach here any longer
  3. He thought that _______ .
   A. the woman student liked him very much
   B. the woman student was really a good one
   C. he was the best teacher
   D. no one could be better than he
  4. The woman student thought ______ of all the six teachers.
   A. he did the best in teaching
   B. he did the worst in teaching
   C. he was as good as anyone
   D. he danced better than anyone
  5. What the woman student said at last means _______ .
   A. she didn"t like him to leave
   B. the seventh teacher would be as good as Mr Lewis
   C. the seventh teacher would be even better than Mr Lewis
   D. the seventh teacher would be even worse than Mr Lewis
  
  (二)
  Dentists always ask questions that it is impossible for people to answer. One day,Mr Barber"s dentist has just pulled out one of his teeth and told him to rest for a while. He tried to say something, but his mouth was full of cotton wool(药棉). The dentist knew Barber collected bird"s eggs, and asked him whether his collection was growing. He then asked Barber how Mr Barber"s brother was and whether he liked his new job in London. In answer to these questions, Mr Barber either nodded or made strange noises. Meanwhile(与此同时), Mr Barber"s tongue(舌头) was busy searching out the hole where the tooth had been. He suddenly felt worried, but couldn"t say anything. When the dentist at last removed the cotton wool from Barber"s mouth, he was able to tell the dentist that he had pulled out the wrong tooth.
  
  1. The dentist in the story had pulled out _______ of Barber"s teeth.
   A. two B. threeC. fourD. one
  2. Mr Barber could answer the questions, couldn"t he?
   A. Yes, he could. B. Yes, he couldn"tC. No, he couldn"tD. No, he could.
  3. Mr Barber"s mouth was full of _______ .
   A. water B. cotton C. teeth D. tongues
  4. What did Mr Barber find at last?
   A. He found a good tooth was pulled out.
   B. He found what the dentist did was right.

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