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2019年10月20日 16:41


  In a modern sense, Mothers’ Day originated [源于] from the United States and initiated [发起] by Anna Jarvis. She was unmarried all her life. She always accompanied her mother around. His mother died in 1905, and Anna was distraught [悲痛欲绝的]. Two years later, Anna and her friend began to write letters to the influential[有影响力的] ministers, businessmen, congressmen [议员] to seek support to make Mothers’ Day become a statutory holiday [法定假日].
   Anna believed that children often ignore their mothers’ feeling. She hoped Mothers’ Day could remind people of what their mothers did for the family. The first Mothers’ Day was celebrated in West Virginia and Pennsylvania on May 10, 1908. During the festival, Carnation was chosen for mothers and then passed on.
   In 1913, the United States Congress[议会] passed a bill [法案] to make the second Sunday of May each year become statutory Mothers’ Day. Since then, Mothers’ Day spread.
  
  从现代意义上讲,母亲节起源于美国,由安娜·贾维斯(1864年-1948年)发起,她终身未婚,一直陪伴在她母亲身边。1905年,母亲去世时,安娜悲痛欲绝。两年后,安娜和她的朋友开始写信给有影响力的部长,商人和议员寻求支持,以便让母亲节成为一个法定的节日。
   安娜认为子女经常忽视母亲的感情,她希望母亲节能够让人们多想一想母亲为家庭所付出的一切。第一个母亲节于1908年5月10日在西弗吉尼亚州和宾夕法尼亚州举行,在这次节日里,康乃磬被选中为献给母亲的花,并以此流传下来。
   1913年,美国国会通过了一份议案,将每年5月的第二个星期天作为法定的母亲节。母亲节从此流传开来!

妈妈,在外人看来,您是做事干练的女强人,在我看来,您依然也是个女人,您也有脆弱的一面。我不想要一个什么事都自己藏着掖着的母亲,我只想要您,一个真正的您。

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那时我刚上初中,感觉时间非常的充裕,所以每天放学回家后就一直玩,因而我的作业也不能按时完成。当您知道后,您没有责怪我,只是限制了我玩的时间,并叮嘱我好好写作业。记得您有一天对我说:“我没上过多少学,你姐姐读书也不行,我们家就指望你能上个好大学了。”后来,我的作业多起来了,我每晚要熬到十点才能把作业赶完,而您也会陪我到十点。您就坐在我的旁边,看着我写作业。那些数学算式您根本看不懂,那些英语单词您更是不认识,但您仍旧每天陪着我。但我作业不耐烦时,您总是鼓励我,也会在我做题做得饿了,忽然给我端来一碗我爱吃的饺子。我吃着饺子,心理美滋滋的。我知道,这是妈妈您对我的爱呀!当时我的成绩并不理想,最多也只能上个二中。


  In our subconscious minds, there is always a perfect vision in which we see ourselves on a long, long journey that almost spans the entire continent. We’re traveling by passenger train and, from the windows, we drink in the passing scene of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant hillsides, of smoke pouring from power plants, of row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of mountains and rolling hills, of city skylines and village halls.
  But our minds are always focused on the final destination—for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the station with bells ringing, flags waving, and bands playing. And once we get there, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So many wishes will be fulfilled and so many pieces of our lives finally will be neatly fitted together like a completed jigsaw puzzle. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, waiting, waiting for the station.
  “Yes, when we reach the station, that will be it!” We promise ourselves. “When I’m 18, that will be it! When I buy a new Mercedes Benz, that will be it! When I put the last kid through college, that will be it! When I have paid off the mortgage, that will be it! When I win a promotion, that will be it! When I reach the age of retirement, that will be it!”
  From that day on we will all live happily ever after.
  Unfortunately, once we get it, then it disappears. The station somehow hides itself at the end of an endless track.
  Sooner or later, we must realize there is no station in this life, no one earthly place to arrive at once and for all. The journey is the joy. The station is an illusion—it always outdistances us. Yesterday’s a memory, tomorrow’s a dream. Yesterday’s a fading sunset, tomorrow’s a faint suise. Only today is there light enough to love and live.
  So, gently close the door on yesterday and then throw the key away. It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who would rob us of today.
  So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot oftener. Eat more ice cream. Ride more merry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. The station will come soon enough.山东招投标网
  (1) besides与except
  前者表示“除……以外,还有……”;后者表示“从整体中除去……”
  这个大家都知道,就不举例子了。
  (2)except与except for
  a.除去的和非除去的是同类事物,用except。
  例如:
  All the essays are well written except Nelson"s.
  除了尼尔森外,其他人的作文都写得很好。
  Nelson的文章(除去的)和All the essays(非除去的)是同类事物,所以用except。
  b.除去的和非除去的不是同类事物,用except for,并且从语气上通常表示遗憾。
  例如:
  His essay is well written except for a few spelling mistakes.
  他的作文写得不错,就是有一些拼写错误。
  a few spelling mistakes(除去的)和His essay(非除去的)是不同类的事物。
  (3)apart from 具有多重意义:既可表示besides,也可以表示exept或exept for,还可以表示without的意思。
  例如:
  Apart from the problem of money, it will take a lot of time.(=besides)
  除了钱的问题外,这件事情还很费时间。
  The orphan had no one to take care of him apart from his uncle.(=except)
  除了他叔叔,没人照顾这个孤儿。
  He has done good work, apart from a few slight faults.(=except for)
  除去一些小失误,他的工作做得很好。
  There can be no knowledge apart from practice.(=without)
  实践出真知.
  (4)excepting =except,但一般用于句首或用于not、without、always等词之后
  例如:
  Excepting his brother, they are all right.
  除了他弟弟外,他们都是对的。
  Everyone, not excepting myself, must share the blame.
  每个人,我自己也不例外,都必须分担咎责。
  All of us, without excepting those who know more about the subject, should study.
  我们所有人,甚至对这个主题有所了解的人,都必须认真学习。
  All my brothers come here every day, always excepting the youngest.
  除了最小的弟弟总是不来,我所有的兄弟每天都来。
  (5)but与except同义,但but多用在every、any、no等和由这些词构成的复合词如everything、anywhere、nobody等词以后及all、none之后。
  例如:
  The children go to school everyday but Sunday. 除了星期天,孩子们每天都要去上学。
  They are all gone but me. 除我之外,他们都去了。
  You can get the book anywhere but here. 除了这里,你可以在任何地方得到这本书。
  There is no one but me. 这里除我之外没有别人。
  Who but George would do such a thing? 除了乔治,谁会做这种事?

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还记得上周日凌晨两点,我头疼得嚎啕大哭,是您和爸爸陪伴着我,还在凌晨两点打的去汉川看病,本就晕车的您,还时常不忘关心我。在路途中,是您和爸爸搂着我,是这股力量让我支撑到了医院。直到回家,您还不忘去庙里为我祈福,一整夜没睡又赶忙去上班!

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  (一)
  
   Stacy had recently moved from New York City to Stoneybrook, Connecticut. It was ___1___ for her to make new friends but she finally had three when she joined the Babysitters Club to ___2___ little children whose parents were busy. Claudia, Kristy, and Mary were in her class at school and also the other ___3___ of the club. The girls met at five o’clock on Fridays and waited for the ___4___ to ring. So far they had been busy, in spite of the ___5___ that they couldn’t stay out late and were under 13.
  ___6___, the girls’ world was invaded by a second group ___7___ themselves the Babysitters Agency. They were ___8___ and the group also included a few boys. The Babysitters Club tried to think of ways to ___9___ with the older group. They could clean and work for less money, however, they ___10___ it would be difficult to compete. The shock was even greater than they had ___11___ when most of their best customers started to call the new group. They ___12___ to get only a few jobs.
   To try a new ___13___ Kristy recruited a few older kids who told the club they didn’t want to ___14___ their money with the other group. The club ___15___ only too quickly that these older girls joined only as spies and didn’t ___16___ for their job assignments. Thus, more parents were ___17___ with the club.
   Finally, the girls realized that the ___18___ in the other group were not good babysitters. They watched television, talked on the phone, and invited boyfriends to the house ___19___ they were sitting. When the children of the families started to ___20___, and a near accident almost occurred, the club went to the parents to tell them what was happening.
  
  1. A. activeB. thoughtfulC. easyD. hard
  2. A. take care of B. run into C. go throughD. take advantage of
  3. A. childrenB. members C. circles D. players
  4. A. alarmB. traffic C. phoneD.neighbor
  5. A. fact B. degree C. questionD. demand
  6. A. ThereforeB. SuddenlyC. RergularlyD. Unwillingly
  7. A. attracting B. finding C. callingD. matching
  8. A. younger B. cleverer C. taller D. older
  9. A. competeB. fight C. do D. meet
  10. A. heard B. knew C. promised D. shot
  11. A. damaged B. caughtC. expected D. forced
  12. A. hoped B. likedC. refusedD. seemed
  13. A. chanceB. possibility C. power D. policy
  14. A. share B. give C. provideD. mark
  15. A. put downB. paid offC. found out D. come through
  16. A. check upB. end up C. look up D. show up
  17. A. satisfied B. unhappyC. curiousD. helpful
  18. A. kids B. adults C. systems D. situations
  19. A. that B. when C. whereD. how


  (1) besides与except
  前者表示“除……以外,还有……”;后者表示“从整体中除去……”
  这个大家都知道,就不举例子了。
  (2)except与except for
  a.除去的和非除去的是同类事物,用except。
  例如:
  All the essays are well written except Nelson"s.
  除了尼尔森外,其他人的作文都写得很好。
  Nelson的文章(除去的)和All the essays(非除去的)是同类事物,所以用except。
  b.除去的和非除去的不是同类事物,用except for,并且从语气上通常表示遗憾。
  例如:
  His essay is well written except for a few spelling mistakes.
  他的作文写得不错,就是有一些拼写错误。
  a few spelling mistakes(除去的)和His essay(非除去的)是不同类的事物。
  (3)apart from 具有多重意义:既可表示besides,也可以表示exept或exept for,还可以表示without的意思。
  例如:
  Apart from the problem of money, it will take a lot of time.(=besides)
  除了钱的问题外,这件事情还很费时间。
  The orphan had no one to take care of him apart from his uncle.(=except)
  除了他叔叔,没人照顾这个孤儿。
  He has done good work, apart from a few slight faults.(=except for)
  除去一些小失误,他的工作做得很好。
  There can be no knowledge apart from practice.(=without)
  实践出真知.
  (4)excepting =except,但一般用于句首或用于not、without、always等词之后
  例如:
  Excepting his brother, they are all right.
  除了他弟弟外,他们都是对的。
  Everyone, not excepting myself, must share the blame.
  每个人,我自己也不例外,都必须分担咎责。
  All of us, without excepting those who know more about the subject, should study.
  我们所有人,甚至对这个主题有所了解的人,都必须认真学习。
  All my brothers come here every day, always excepting the youngest.
  除了最小的弟弟总是不来,我所有的兄弟每天都来。
  (5)but与except同义,但but多用在every、any、no等和由这些词构成的复合词如everything、anywhere、nobody等词以后及all、none之后。
  例如:
  The children go to school everyday but Sunday. 除了星期天,孩子们每天都要去上学。
  They are all gone but me. 除我之外,他们都去了。
  You can get the book anywhere but here. 除了这里,你可以在任何地方得到这本书。
  There is no one but me. 这里除我之外没有别人。
  Who but George would do such a thing? 除了乔治,谁会做这种事?山东招投标网
  “Can I see my baby?” the happy new mother asked. When the bundle was nestled in her arms and she moved the fold of cloth to look upon his little face, she was stunned. The doctor turned quickly and looked out the tall hospital window. The baby had been born without ears. Time proved that the baby’s hearing was perfect. It was only his appearance that was marred. When he rushed home from school one day and flung himself into his mother’s arms, she sighed, knowing that his life was to be a tragic one.
   He suddenly came out with the tragedy. “A boy, a big boy… called me a freak.” He grew up. He is a favorite with his classmates. He might have been class president if he had a normal appearance. He developed a gift, a talent for literature and music. “But you might mingle with other young people,” his mother sometimes reproved him, but felt a kindness in her heart.
   The boy’s father had a meeting with their family doctor. Could nothing be done? “I believe I could graft on a pair of outer ears, if it’s possible to get them.” the doctor said. The search began but it was difficult—where to find a person who would make such a sacrifice for a young man? Two years went by. Then, “You are going to the hospital, son. Mother and I found someone who could donate the ears you need. But it’s a secret.” said the father.
   The operation was a success, and a new person was born. His talents blossomed into genius, and school and college became a series of triumphs. Later he got married and entered the diplomatic service. “But I must know!” He urged his father. “Who gave so much to me? I could never do enough for him.”
  “I do not believe you could,” said the father, “but the agreement was that you are not to know… not yet.” The years kept their secret, but the day finally came… one of the darkest days that ever passed through a son. He stood with his father over his mother’s coffin. Slowly and tenderly, the father stretched forth a hand and raised the thick, reddish-brown hair to show… that the mother had no outer ears.
  “Mother said she was glad that she never let her hair be cut,” he said very quietly, “and nobody ever thought mother less beautiful, did they?”
   Real beauty lies not in the physical appearance, but in the heart. Real treasure lies not in what can be seen, but what cannot be seen. Real love lies not in what is done and known, but in what is done but not known.
  
  “我可以看看我的孩子吗?”刚当上妈妈的她幸福地问道。襁褓被递到她怀里。她把一层层的布拨开,看到孩子小小的脸蛋儿时,她呆住了。医生迅速地转过身,从医院高大的窗往外看。这孩子生下来就没有耳朵。但随着时间的流逝,这孩子的听力被证实是十分正常的,只是他的外貌上因此有了瑕疵。有一天,他突然从学校奔回家,一下子冲到妈妈的怀抱里。她叹了口气,深知他的一生将是悲惨的。
   他说出了这个悲剧“有个男孩,一个大男孩……他叫我怪胎”他长大了。他在同学中很受欢迎。如果他相貌如常人一样的话,他可能早就当选为班长了。他在文学和音乐方面特别有天赋“但你也该学着去和其他年轻人沟通呀”母亲有时会这样责备他,心里却还是满溢着一股慈爱之情。
   孩子的父亲约见了他们的家庭医生。难道就无计可施吗?“如果可以顺利找到一对外耳的话,我认为可以给他进行移植”医生说。于是,他们便开始到处寻找一对合适的耳朵,但谈何容易——到哪里可以找到愿意为一个年轻人作如此牺牲的人呢?两年就这么过去了。然后有一天父亲说:“孩子,你要去一趟医院。你妈妈和我终于找到了一个人,他愿意捐一对耳朵给你。但至于是谁,这是个秘密”
  手术很成功,造就了一个崭新的人生。他的才华很快绽放,成为众人眼中的天才,中学和大学的学业一路春风得意。后来,他结了婚,进了外交部门“可是我得知道!”他催促父亲告诉他捐给他耳朵的人是谁“到底是谁把这一切带给我的?我对这个人永远都感激不尽,无论我做多少都无以为报”
  “我相信这样的恩惠是你永远无法回报的”他父亲说道,“但我们早就说好了,不可以让你知道那个人是谁……至少现在还不是时候”于是岁月继续为他们保守着这个秘密。但那一天终于还是到来了。那是对儿子来说一生最难过的日子。他与他的父亲站在母亲的棺椁前。父亲慢慢地、轻轻地伸出手,拨开妻子一头浓密的红棕色头发……那一头秀发下,他们看到,她没有耳朵。
   “妈妈说过,她很高兴自己从不把头发剪掉”他平静地说“也从来没有人觉得妈妈没有以前那么美丽了,不是吗?”
   真正的美丽不在身形外貌,而是在心。真正的宝藏不在于所见,而在于所不见。真正的爱不在于为人所知的所作所为,而在于不为人知的默默付出。

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我真想回到那个让我魂牵梦萦的火炉旁,那个真情酝酿的地方!每逢佳节,爸妈都带我回老家看望您。每到家乡,我总是迫不及待跑到那个让我兴味盎然的火炉旁转悠。

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窗外的云聚集起来,太阳遮住了,阳光也减弱了。不一会儿,便下起了蒙蒙细雨,远处的景色模糊不清,雨似乎没有停止的预兆。这无休止的雨或许就是我心中流的眼泪。

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我上初中后,您对我的照顾更是无微不至。上初中后,作文http://www.zuowen8.com因为要上晚自习,您又害怕我回来后饿了。所以每天都等我回来后为我加餐。在此,我想对您说一声发自内心的谢谢。

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