江汉大学附属第三医院龟头炎症凤凰晚报

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她的刺猬正同另一只刺猬打架,爱丽丝认为这真是用一只刺猬球去打中另一个刺猬球的好机会,可是她的红鹤却跑掉了,爱丽丝看到它正在花园的那边,在徒劳地向树上飞。 The hedgehog was engaged in a fight with another hedgehog, which seemed to Alice an excellent opportunity for croqueting one of them with the other: the only difficulty was, that her flamingo was gone across to the other side of the garden, where Alice could see it trying in a helpless sort of way to fly up into a tree. By the time she had caught the flamingo and brought it back, the fight was over, and both the hedgehogs were out of sight: `but it doesn't matter much,' thought Alice, `as all the arches are gone from this side of the ground.' So she tucked it away under her arm, that it might not escape again, and went back for a little more conversation with her friend. When she got back to the Cheshire Cat, she was surprised to find quite a large crowd collected round it: there was a dispute going on between the executioner, the King, and the Queen, who were all talking at once, while all the rest were quite silent, and looked very uncomfortable. The moment Alice appeared, she was appealed to by all three to settle the question, and they repeated their arguments to her, though, as they all spoke at once, she found it very hard indeed to make out exactly what they said. Article/201103/12758012After Rehoboam's position as king was established and he had become strong, he and all Israel with him abandoned the law of the Lord . 2Because they had been unfaithful to the Lord , Shishak king of Egypt attacked Jerusalem in the fifth year of King Rehoboam. 3With twelve hundred chariots and sixty thousand horsemen and the innumerable troops of Libyans, Sukkites and Cushites that came with him from Egypt, 4he captured the fortified cities of Judah and came as far as Jerusalem. 5Then the prophet Shemaiah came to Rehoboam and to the leaders of Judah who had assembled in Jerusalem for fear of Shishak, and he said to them, "This is what the Lord says, 'You have abandoned me; therefore, I now abandon you to Shishak.' " 6The leaders of Israel and the king humbled themselves and said, "The Lord is just." 7When the Lord saw that they humbled themselves, this word of the Lord came to Shemaiah: "Since they have humbled themselves, I will not destroy them but will soon give them deliverance. My wrath will not be poured out on Jerusalem through Shishak. 8They will, however, become subject to him, so that they may learn the difference between serving me and serving the kings of other lands." 9When Shishak king of Egypt attacked Jerusalem, he carried off the treasures of the temple of the Lord and the treasures of the royal palace. He took everything, including the gold shields Solomon had made. 10So King Rehoboam made bronze shields to replace them and assigned these to the commanders of the guard on duty at the entrance to the royal palace. 11Whenever the king went to the Lord 's temple, the guards went with him, bearing the shields, and afterward they returned them to the guardroom. 12Because Rehoboam humbled himself, the Lord 's anger turned from him, and he was not totally destroyed. Indeed, there was some good in Judah. 13King Rehoboam established himself firmly in Jerusalem and continued as king. He was forty-one years old when he became king, and he reigned seventeen years in Jerusalem, the city the Lord had chosen out of all the tribes of Israel in which to put his Name. His mother's name was Naamah; she was an Ammonite. 14He did evil because he had not set his heart on seeking the Lord . 15As for the events of Rehoboam's reign, from beginning to end, are they not written in the records of Shemaiah the prophet and of Iddo the seer that deal with genealogies? There was continual warfare between Rehoboam and Jeroboam. 16Rehoboam rested with his fathers and was buried in the City of David. And Abijah his son succeeded him as king. Article/200901/60164

1 Two Ships 第1章 两艘船 The race began in the summer of 1910.比赛开始于1910年夏天。 On June lst, in London, a black ship, the Terra Nova, went down the river Thames to the sea.Thousands of people stood by the river to watch it.They were all excited and happy.6月1日,伦敦。特若;诺瓦号这艘黑船顺泰晤士河而下,向大海驶去。成千上万的人伫立岸边观望,所有的人脸上都露出兴奋与幸福。 On the Terra Nova, Captain Robert Falcon Scott smiled quietly.It was a very important day for him.He was a strong man, not very tall, in the blue clothes of a captain.He was forty-one years old, but he had a young face, like a boy.His eyes were dark and quiet. 特若;诺瓦号上,队长罗伯特;福尔康;斯科特无声地笑了。这一天对他来说太重要了。他个头不高,但长得壮实,穿着蓝色的队长制。他虽说已经41岁,但是由于长着一张娃娃脸,所以看上去仍像个小孩。他双眼乌黑而又沉静。 One man on the ship, Titus Oates, smiled at Scott. 泰特斯;奥茨,船上的一位水手,冲着队长笑了。 ;What an exciting day, Captain; he said.;Look at those people!I feel like an important man!; ;多么令人兴奋的日子啊,队长!;他说,;看看这些人!我觉得自己好似成为重要人物了!; Scott laughed.;You are important, Titus, ; he said.;And you#39;re going to be famous, too.We all are.Do you see this flag?; He looked at the big British flag at the back of the ship, and smiled at Oates.;That flag is coming with us, ; he said. 队长朗声笑了。;泰特斯,你的确是重要人物,;他说,;而且你很快就要名扬天下,就同我们大家一样。你看到这国旗了吗?;他注视着船尾那面巨幅的英国国旗,微笑着对奥茨说:;那面国旗将会随我们一道去。 ;In the Antarctic, I#39;m going to carry it under my clothes. We#39;re going to be the first men at the South Pole, and that flag is going to be first, too!; ;在南极洲,我将把它夹在衣里面带着。我们将成为首批到达南极的人,那面国旗也将是第一面到达南极的旗帜。; Five days later, on June 6th, a man opened the door of his wooden house in Norway.He was a tall man, with a long face.He waited outside the house for a minute.Everything was very quiet.He could see no houses, only mountains, trees, and wa-ter.It was nearly dark.The sky was black over the mountains.5天以后,6月6日。在挪威,一个人拉开了自己的木房子的门。这人高个、长脸。他在室外稍候片刻,四周万籁俱寂。他目光所及之处,没有住房,只有群山、树林和大海。天近傍晚,群山上面是黑沉沉的一片天空。 The man smiled, and walked quickly away from the house, down to the sea.In the water, a big wooden ship waited for him.The man got onto the ship, and talked and laughed quietly with his friends. 这人脸上露出微笑,快步离开木屋,朝海边走去。大海中,一艘大型木船正等着他。他来到船上,与朋友们聊着,悄悄地笑着。 The ship#39;s name was Fram, and the man was Roald Amundsen.The Fram was the most beautiful ship on earth, Amundsen thought. 这船叫弗雷门号,这人便是罗阿尔;阿蒙森。阿蒙森认为,弗雷门号是地球上最美丽的一艘船。 His friends were the best skiers on earth, too.One of them, Olav Bjaaland, smiled at him. 他的朋友是地球上最优秀的滑雪者。其中有位朋友叫奥拉夫;比阿兰德,正冲着他微笑。 ;North Pole, here we come, Captain, ; he said. ;北极,我们去那儿, 队长。;他说。 ;Yes.; Amundsen said.His friends could not see his face in the dark.;Fram is going to the Arctic.; ;是的,;阿蒙森说。由于天色已黑,这位朋友看不见他的面部表情。;弗雷门号正驶向北极。; Everyone on the Fram was y to go to the North Pole, to the Arctic.Amundsen wanted to go there, too.But first he wanted to go south.His friends didn#39;t know that.弗雷门号上的每个人全都准备就绪:到北极圈,上北极。阿蒙森也想去那儿。然而他第一想做的事,便是向南航行。他的朋友却毫不知情。 At midnight on June 6th, the Fram moved quietly away from Amundsen#39;s house, out to sea. 6月6日午夜,弗雷门号无声地驶离阿蒙森的家园,驶向大海。 Article/201202/171493

Charles Schulz wrote the popular comic strip"Peanuts" for fifty yearsWritten by Jerilyn Watson (THEME)VOICE ONE:I’m Barbara Klein.VOICE TWO:And I’m Steve Ember with People in America in VOA Special English. Today we tell about Charles M. Schulz who wrote and drew the newspaper comic strip "Peanuts” for half a century.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Millions of people around the world who loved the comic strip "Peanuts" were sad when Charles Schulz died in February, two thousand. He was seventy-seven years old. The artist who created Charlie Brown and his dog Snoopy had retired a month earlier because of poor health. The last new daily “Peanuts” appeared January third in two thousand six hundred newspapers in seventy-five countries.Charles Schulz drew "Peanuts" for fifty years. The comic strip first appeared in seven American newspapers in nineteen fifty. At that time, the subjects were all children and animals. They still are. People love these characters because they demonstrate the failings and strengths of all human beings. For example, Charlie Brown usually cannot get things right. But he tries his best. And he never stops trying. Charles Schulz VOICE TWO:Charles Schulz would not permit anyone else to draw "Peanuts." However, the stories about Charlie Brown and his friends did not completely disappear when their creator died. Newspapers are publishing earlier “Peanuts” comic strips, called “Classic Peanuts.” Special programs based on stories about the "Peanuts" group are still shown on television and performed as musical plays.VOICE ONE:For example, the animated cartoon, "A Charlie Brown Christmas," has appeared on television since nineteen sixty-five. In it, Charlie Brown has to choose a Christmas tree for a special Christmas program. He gets a small ugly tree because he feels sorry for it. But the other children laugh at it. They say Charlie Brown has failed again to do something right. Then in preparing for the show, one of the children tells about the true meaning of Christmas. The other children decide that maybe they can make Charlie Brown’s tree look beautiful. Here is some jazz music by the Vince Guaraldi Trio from the television show, "A Charlie Brown Christmas." (MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Other children often criticize Charlie Brown. He suffers many losses and rejections -- just as people sometimes do in real life. His baseball team always loses. He keeps trying to kick a football, but never succeeds. His friend Lucy keeps pulling the ball away. But he continues to believe that some day she will let him kick the ball.VOICE ONE:Charlie Brown has a dog named Snoopy who may be even more popular than Charlie. Snoopy is a funny character. He sleeps on top of his dog house. Snoopy is always trying to write the great American novel. But he cannot get beyond the first line of his book. He writes: "It was a dark and stormy night" again and again. Snoopy dreams of himself as a pilot searching for the Red Baron, a famous German fighter pilot in World War One. VOICE TWO:There are other memorable characters in the “Peanuts” comic strip. Lucy mistrusts everyone. She often seems angry. Schroeder plays a small toy piano. Every year he celebrates the birthday of composer Ludwig von Beethoven. Linus always carries a blanket to feel secure. Peppermint Patty is good at sports. She likes Charlie Brown very much and is the only one who calls him “Chuck.”Charles Schulz said he saw himself in some of his characters. He recognized himself in Charlie Brown's continued failures. In Snoopy's humor. In Lucy's moments of anger. And in the insecure feelings of Linus. Some of the situations in "Peanuts" seem to have developed from Mister Schulz's own life experiences. VOICE ONE:In nineteen sixty-seven, the “Peanuts” characters starred in a musical play. "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown" was first performed in New York City. It later became the most produced musical in America. A new production opened on Broadway in New York in nineteen ninety-nine. The actors in the Broadway version of the musical sing a song called "Happiness."(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Charles Schulz brought happiness to millions of people. He was born in nineteen twenty-two in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His father was a barber who cut men’s hair. When Charles was five, his teacher told him: “Some day, Charles, you are going to be an artist.” But he sometimes had trouble with his school work. In high school, he was poor at sports. He was afraid to ask a girl to go out with him. His high school publication rejected some of his drawings he hoped it would publish. At age seventeen, Charles began studying art. He took a class by mail from a Minnesota art school. This was the only art education he ever had. VOICE ONE:Then came World War Two. Mister Schulz served in the ed States Army. During this period he very much enjoyed a comic strip about soldiers called “Willie and Joe.” Cartoonist Bill Mauldin drew this strip. Charles Schulz had Snoopy remember Bill Mauldin every year on the American holiday that honors former soldiers. VOICE TWO:After the war, Mister Schulz taught at an art school. He fell in love with another employee. She was a young woman with red hair. However, this red-haired woman married someone else. Mister Schulz said he thought she chose another man because her mother believed Charles Schulz would never succeed in life. This woman's rejection must have been painful for Mister Schulz. Yet in later years he developed the failed romance into an interesting situation for "Peanuts." The red-haired woman became the little red-haired girl Charlie Brown likes so much. True to history, this girl does not care much for Charlie Brown. But he never stops thinking she is wonderful.VOICE ONE:In nineteen forty-seven, a newspaper in Saint Paul, Minnesota, began publishing a comic written and drawn by Charles Schulz. It was called “L’il Folks.” It showed a little boy with a round face named Charlie Brown. The newspaper published the single drawing once each week. But it refused to use it every day, as Mister Schulz had hoped. So he began creating a comic strip of several drawings for a media company, ed Feature Syndicate. It sold the strip to newspapers around the country to be published every day. The media company changed the name of the strip to "Peanuts."VOICE TWO:Over the years Mister Schulz drew about eighteen thousand comic strips. He did it without any help. This is very unusual for a comic strip artist. Most have people who help them draw the strips. Charles Shultz also wrote the stories for the television and film productions of "Peanuts." There have been more than fifty animated television shows based on “Peanuts.” Charles Shultz’s comic strip created a whole industry. There are "Peanuts" toys, s, clothes and greeting cards. A number of parks in the ed States and in Asia use "Peanuts" characters. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In two thousand two, a new museum opened in Santa Rosa, California. It celebrates the life and work of the creator of “Peanuts.” Charles Schulz agreed to the idea of a museum before he died. It provides a place where people can see the first drawings of all his comic strips and learn about his work. The museum also shows works by other artists that honor “Peanuts”. VOICE TWO:The museum was built very near the place where Charles Schulz wrote and drew “Peanuts.” One area of the museum re-creates the room where Charles Schulz drew his cartoons. Another area shows things from his childhood and awards he received. His wife Jean said she wanted the museum to show not only his work, but also how he lived. Missus Schulz said she wants visitors to feel as if they are taking part in his daily life. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:This program was written by Jerilyn Watson. It was produced by Lawan Davis. I’m Barbara Klein.VOICE TWO:And I’m Steve Ember. Join us again next week for People in America in VOA Special English. Article/200803/29212Eastern Atlantic fishing 'unsustainable' 大西洋东部捕渔过度Overfishing is a greater threat to the area than pollution 对这一海区,过度捕捞的威胁大于污染的威胁 Two-thirds of the main commercial fish species caught in the north-east Atlantic are being depleted faster than they can replenish themselves. And all nine of the commercial species caught in the North Sea are being fished unsustainably, says a report to a conference on the region. The report also says that new deep-water species, increasingly being sought by the developed world's fishing fleets, stand to suffer the same fate. The report concludes that overfishing is a greater threat to the area than pollution or any other human activity. 在大西洋东北部,主要商业鱼种的三分之二被捕捞消耗的速度大于它们繁殖增长的速度。在一次会议上一份报告称,北海所有的9种商业鱼种都在被无节制地捕捞。这份报告同时指出,正在被发达国家的捕捞船队搜寻的深海的新鱼种也会遭受同样的命运。报告的结论说,过度捕捞对这一海区的威胁大于污染和其它任何一种人类活动的威胁。 Article/200803/31535A little under a year ago I moved into this old style house by a highway. At first I loved the tight, cozy feeling of the place and didn't mind the draft that came under the doors. But after some time, I found the drafts make moaning noises more than peaceful whistles, the floorboards creak an irritating, and rather unnerving sound, and the cozy little walls to be suffocating.   I first noticed the "Presence" after a few nights in my room, and eventually began to grow accustomed to the ever- constant feeling of being watched in certain rooms of the house. When first moving in, I heard some stories about a family who lived here, or more about two family members lived AND died here. A Grandmother and her Grandson. Apparently, the grandson was left in the bathtub in the hall bathroom alone too long and drowned,(His bathroom is now My bathroom) and the Grandmother's place of death hasn't been specified but her bedroom is the one at the end of the hall with the bathroom in it. (My bedroom. O Joy!!)  I have explained that I feel that I am watched throughout the house, always feeling someone there keeping a close eye on me. But my most recent bathroom scare came about three months ago. Article/200901/60457

柯林斯先生这所房子倒好象很舒适呢。我相信他初到汉斯福的时候,咖苔琳夫人一定在这上面费了好大一番心思吧 Elizabeth was sitting by herself the next morning, and writing to Jane while Mrs. Collins and Maria were gone on business into the village, when she was startled by a ring at the door, the certain signal of a visitor. As she had heard no carriage, she thought it not unlikely to be Lady Catherine, and under that apprehension was putting away her half-finished letter that she might escape all impertinent questions, when the door opened, and, to her very great surprise, Mr. Darcy, and Mr. Darcy only, entered the room.He seemed astonished too on finding her alone, and apologised for his intrusion by letting her know that he had understood all the ladies were to be within.They then sat down, and when her inquiries after Rosings were made, seemed in danger of sinking into total silence. It was absolutely necessary, therefore, to think of something, and in this emergence recollecting WHEN she had seen him last in Hertfordshire, and feeling curious to know what he would say on the subject of their hasty departure, she observed:;How very suddenly you all quitted Netherfield last November, Mr. Darcy! It must have been a most agreeable surprise to Mr. Bingley to see you all after him so soon; for, if I recollect right, he went but the day before. He and his sisters were well, I hope, when you left London?;;Perfectly so, I thank you. ;She found that she was to receive no other answer, and, after a short pause added:;I think I have understood that Mr. Bingley has not much idea of ever returning to Netherfield again?;;I have never heard him say so; but it is probable that he may spend very little of his time there in the future. He has many friends, and is at a time of life when friends and engagements are continually increasing. ;;If he means to be but little at Netherfield, it would be better for the neighbourhood that he should give up the place entirely, for then we might possibly get a settled family there. But, perhaps, Mr. Bingley did not take the house so much for the convenience of the neighbourhood as for his own, and we must expect him to keep it or quit it on the same principle. ;;I should not be surprised, ; said Darcy, ;if he were to give it up as soon as any eligible purchase offers. ;Elizabeth made no answer. She was afraid of talking longer of his friend; and, having nothing else to say, was now determined to leave the trouble of finding a subject to him.He took the hint, and soon began with, ;This seems a very comfortable house. Lady Catherine, I believe, did a great deal to it when Mr. Collins first came to Hunsford. ;;I believe she did--and I am sure she could not have bestowed her kindness on a more grateful object. ;;Mr. Collins appears to be very fortunate in his choice of a wife. ;;Yes, indeed, his friends may well rejoice in his having met with one of the very few sensible women who would have accepted him, or have made him happy if they had. My friend has an excellent understanding--though I am not certain that I consider her marrying Mr. Collins as the wisest thing she ever did. She seems perfectly happy, however, and in a prudential light it is certainly a very good match for her. ; Article/201110/159342A small plane crashed into a house Sunday afternoon, killing the pilot and destroying half of the home. The family inside the house escaped without injury. The single-engine airplane crashed about 5:30 p.m. The pilot, the only one in the plane, was trying to make an emergency landing at the airport.The pilot’s body was found on the bed in the master bedroom. The plane crashed into one end of the house, where the three bedrooms were. That part of the house was wrecked. The Carols, who own the house, were all at home eating dinner.“Oh, my gosh,” said Mrs. Carol, “I thought the world had come to an end. I never heard such a loud sound. We all ducked under the table, thinking it was another earthquake. When nothing else happened, we got brave and decided to investigate.”They immediately called 911 when they discovered the cause of the thunderous sound. The family was lucky because there was no fire. Authorities suspect that a lack of fuel contributed to the crash. Mr. Carol said that they might have to move out until they can get the house repaired. The police will release the pilot’s name after they have notified his next of kin. Article/201107/143112有声名著之儿子与情人 Chapter18 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见 Article/200809/47934

This is how Lady Furness described Mrs Simpson#39;s early life to Edward:下面就是弗内斯勋爵夫人给爱德华讲述的辛普森夫人早年的生活:Wallis was born in Baltimore. She never knew her father. He died when she was five months old. But her mother was a strong and loving woman, and Wallis was a happy child.沃利斯出生在巴尔的。她从不认识自己的父亲。她才5个月大,父亲就去世了。她母亲是个坚强而充满爱心的女人,沃利斯童年很幸福。When she was twenty, she married a man called Win-field Spencer. For the first few years they were happy togeth-er. But one day Winfield lost some money in the street.她20岁时与一位名叫温菲尔德·斯潘塞的人结了婚。在婚后的最初几年里,他们在一起很幸福。可有一天,温菲尔德在街上丢了钱。He was very angry. When he came home, he took a bottle of whisky from a cupbodrd and began to drink.他很恼怒。回到家,他从柜子里拿出一瓶威士忌,喝了起来。That night he hit Wallis in the mouth. She screamed and he hit her again. There was blood on her face and she was shaking like a leaf. Please, Winfield, she said. No more.那天晚上,他扇了沃利斯一记耳光。她尖叫起来,他又打她。她脸上都是血,身体像一片叶子一样颤抖着。“求求你,温菲尔德,”她说,“别打了。”But Winfield took her arm and pulled her up the stairs. You#39;re my prisoner. he shouted at her, and you#39;re not going to leave. Then he pushed her into the bathroom and locked the door.但温菲尔德拽起她的一只胳膊,一直把她拖到楼上。“你是我的囚犯,”他对她吼道,“你别想走。”然后他把她推进浴室,锁上了门。The next morning Wallis went back to her family.#39;I can#39;t stay with him,#39;she said.#39;I want a divorce.#39;第二天早晨,沃利斯回到娘家。“我不能和他在一起生活了,”她说,“我要离婚。”Poor Wallis, Edward said. But what happened next,Lady Furness?“可怜的沃利斯,”爱德华说,“可是后来呢,弗内斯勋爵夫人?”Well, said Lady Furness, a few months later she met a fine man called Ernest Simpson. He#39;s quiet, but interesting. They got married and they now live in a beautiful flat in the centre of London.“后来,”弗内斯勋爵夫人说,“几个月后她认识了一位叫欧内斯特·辛普森的好人。他很少说话,但很风趣。他们结了婚,现在住在伦敦市中心一套漂亮的公寓里。”And are they happy? asked Edward.“那他们在一起快乐吗?”爱德华问。Lady Furness looked at the Prince and smiled. I don#39;t know, Sir, she said. I don#39; t know.弗内斯勋爵夫人看着王子笑了。“我不知道,殿下,”她说,“我不知道。”During the next two years the Prince saw Wallis once or twice a week. They had the same friends, and they often met at parties.在后来的两年里,王子每星期都能见到沃利斯一两次。他们有共同的朋友,所以经常能在聚会上碰面。Mrs Simpson knew a lot about life, Edward once said. She loved books, food, people, and travel. She was very beautiful and her eyes were full of fire.“辛普森夫人生活阅历丰富,”爱德华有一次说,“她爱看书,喜欢食物,关爱他人,也喜欢旅行。她非常漂亮,眼里总是充满热情。She was friendly and easy to talk to and, after a while, I opened up my heart. We had no secrets. I told her everything. And that#39;s how it all began.她待人友善,同她谈话很轻松,没多久我就敞开了心扉。我们之间没有秘密。我对她无所不谈。一切就是这样开始的。”His eyes were always sad, Wallis said about Edward. And sometimes he looked like a child— so young, so quiet, so weak. He had no real friends.“他的眼神总是那么忧伤,”沃利斯这样描述爱德华,“有时他看起来像个孩子——那么年轻,那么温文尔雅,那么脆弱。他没有真正的朋友。Perhaps people were a little afraid of him. But he was a warm and kind man. When he talked to me, I felt my heart jump. I wanted to be alone with him,也许人们有点儿怕他。但他是一个热心而善良的人。当他对我说话时,我能感觉到自己的心在跳。我想和他单独在一起,but I knew that wasn#39;t possible.Did the Prince love me in those early days? No,I don#39;t think so. But each time we met, we just felt closer and closer.但我知道那是不可能的。王子在与我初识的那些日子里爱我吗?不,我想他不爱。但每次我们相见,都感到彼此更接近了。”In June 1933 Edward gave a birthday party for Wallis, and during the next few months he visited the Simpson#39;s flat in London almost every day.1933年6月,爱德华为沃利斯举办了一个生日聚会,在那以后的几个月中,他几乎天天都去辛普森夫妇在伦敦的公寓拜访。One evening, the Prince asked Wallis and Ernest to go skiing in Austria. I#39;m sorry, Sir, Mr Simpson replied. I have to go to America on business. But perhaps Wallis and her aunt can come with you.一天晚上,王子邀请沃利斯和欧内斯特一起去奥地利滑雪。“对不起,殿下,”辛普森先生回答,“我得去美国出差。不过,也许沃利斯和她姨妈能和您一同去。”We went to Kitzbühl as friends, Wallis wrote later, but when we came home, we were in love. And a few months later the Prince asked me to marry him. It was just like a dream!“我们去基特普尔时是朋友,”沃利斯后来写道,“但返回时已经相爱了。几个月后王子便向我求婚,这真像是一场梦!” /201204/177897PART ONE - LIFE AT GATESHEADCHAPTER ONEThe FightIt hit me and I fell, cutting my head on the door. I was in great pain, and suddenly for the first time in my life, I was so angry that forgot my fear of John Reed."You [-----1-----], cruel boy!" I shouted at him. "Why did you hit me? I haven't done anything to you. You don't even those books, anyway. You are nothing but a stupid pig! You are as bad as a [-----2-----]!""What! What!" he screamed. "How dare you say these things to me? Do you hear this, sisters? I'll tell Mamma, but first..."He ran to attack me, but now he was fighting with an angry girl. In those moments I really thought he was as bad as a murderer. I felt the blood running down my face, and the pain gave me strength. I [-----3-----] him as hard as I could, kicking and biting. My strength surprised him, and he shouted for help. His sisters ran and told their mother. She called Bessie and Miss Abbott, her maid. They pulled us apart and I heard them say,"What a wild little animal! She attacked Master John!"Mrs. Reed said calmly, "Take her away to the red room and lock her in there." And so they took me upstairs.Vocabulary Focusas……as 和……一样,例如:She is as beautiful as an angel.(她像天使一样美丽。)填空 :1.awful2.murderer3.foughtArticle/200903/65089Something very painful was going on in Harry#39;s mind. As Hagrid#39;s story came to a close, he saw again the blinding flash of green light, more clearly than he had ever remembered it before ; and he remembered something else, for the first time in his life: a high, cold, cruel laugh.有些东西使得哈利心里一阵绞痛。哈格力的故事已经接近尾声,哈利又一次看到那道绿色亮光,这一次比以前任何一次都要清晰。他还记起了一些他从来没有记起的其它事情;;一阵尖利的,阴险的,冷酷的笑声。Hagrid was watching him sadly.海格伤心地看着他。;Took yeh from the ruined house myself, on Dumbledore#39;s orders. Brought yeh ter this lot;;;我按照邓布利多的命令把你从废墟里救出来,并把你送到这个地方;;;;Load of old tosh,; said Uncle Vernon. Harry jumped; he had almost forgotten that the Dursleys were there.;骗人的玩艺。;弗农姨父说。哈利突然跳起来,几乎忘了德思礼一家还在场。Uncle Vernon certainly seemed to have got back his courage. He was glaring at Hagrid and his fists were clenched.弗农姨父很显然已经重拾了他的胆量,他狠狠地瞪着海格,拳头紧紧地握着。;Now, you listen here, boy,; he snarled, ;I accept there#39;s something strange about you, probably nothing a good beating wouldn#39;t have cured ; and as for all this about your parents, well, they were weirdoes, no denying it, and the world#39;s better off without them in my opinion ; asked for all they got, getting mixed up with these wizarding types ; just what I expected, always knew they#39;d come to a sticky end;;;听着,;他开口了,;我承认你的确有些与众不同,就算揍你一顿也改变不了。至于你的父母,你不必否认他们是怪人。在我眼中,没有了他们这世界会更加美好;;他们做过些什么?不过都是些稀奇古怪的事情;;正如我所料,我就知道他们不会有好下场;;;But at that moment, Hagrid leapt from the sofa and drew a battered pink umbrella from inside his coat. Pointing this at Uncle Vernon like a sword, he said, ;I#39;m warning you, Dursley ; I#39;m warning you ; one more word;;In danger of being speared on the end of an umbrella by a bearded giant, Uncle Vernon#39;s courage failed again; he flattened himself against the wall and fell silent.就在那时,海格从沙发上跳了起来,从外衣里掏出了一把粉红色的伞。他把伞像拿剑一样指着弗农姨父说:;我警告你,弗农;;我警告你,你再说一个字的话;;;因为害怕被一个大胡子巨人用伞尖刺穿,弗农姨父靠着墙挺直了身体,一个字都不敢说了。;That#39;s better,; said Hagrid, breathing heavily and sitting back down on the sofa, which this time sagged right down to the floor.;这样最好。;哈格力说。他吸了一口气又重新坐到沙发上去。这回沙发承受不了他的体重,全散了架了。Harry, meanwhile, still had questions to ask, hundreds of them.哈利此时有成千上万个问题要问。;But what happened to Vol-, sorry ; I mean, You-Know-Who?;;最后,我想问,#39;神秘人#39;到底怎么样了?;;Good question, Harry. Disappeared. Vanished. Same night he tried ter kill you. Makes yeh even more famous. That#39;s the biggest myst#39;ry, see; he was gettin#39; more an#39; more powerful ; why#39;d he go?;Some say he died. Codswallop, in my opinion. Dunno if he had enough human left in him to die. Some say he#39;s still out there, bidin#39; his time, like, but I don#39; believe it. People who was on his side came back ter ours. Some of lsquo;em came outta kinda trances. Donrsquo; reckon they could#39;ve done if he was comin#39; back.;问得好,哈利。他消失了,他消失的那天晚上又试图杀你,这使得你更为出名。最大的谜就是;;他变得越来越有威力;;为什么他还要离开呢?;;有的人说他已经死了。在我看来,他才不会像常人那么轻易地死掉。有的人说他还活着,只是藏起来了,我也不相信。原来在他那边的人回到我们这世界来了。;Most of us reckon he#39;s still out there somewhere but lost his powers. Too weak to carry on. lsquo;Cause somethin#39; about you finished him, Harry. There was somethin#39; goin#39; on that night he hadn#39;t counted on ; I dunno what it was, no one does ; but somethin#39; about you stumped him, all right.;他们中的许多人还做了不少好事。可是很难说如果他回来,他们还会不会继续做好人。;;更多人认为他肯定还活着,只不过失去了他的魔力,或者魔力减弱了。因为你身上的某种东西让它们消失的,哈利,那天晚上发生的事情使他没有了魔力;;我不知道是什么,也没有人知道;;但是一定是你做的。;

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