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2019年09月17日 16:20:47|来源:国际在线|编辑:大河面诊
每日一句口语:Happiness comes when we stop complaining about the troubles we have and offer thanks for all the troubles we don#39;t have. Lifeis a gift!当我们停止抱怨已有的问题,而感激庆幸有些问题我们还没有。就是幸福来临了。生命是一份献礼。【知识点讲解】complain about 抱怨,投诉;例句:He came to complain about the volume of the music. 他过来抱怨音乐的音量太高了。 /201702/491975

By Paul ThompsonBroadcast: September 19, 2004(THEME)VOICE ONE:Now, the VOA Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA.I'm Steve Ember.In the early days of the last century, an American doctor wrote about the Native American people called the Lakota or Sioux. His name was Charles Eastman. He was one of the few people to ever win the trust of the old people. He could do this because he too was a Lakota, Sioux. His Lakota name was Ohiyasa.As a child he learned to ride a horse. He learned to hunt. And he learned other skills that made the Sioux great. When Ohiyasa was fifteen years old he was sent to an American school for Indian children. He was given the English name Charles Eastman. He did very well in school. He was chosen to go on to college and then to medical school. He returned to his tribe as their medical doctor.In the early part of the past century, Charles Eastman saw that many of the old people were dying. He feared their history and culture would die with them. He talked to many of the very old members of the Sioux. He put their words down on paper.One of these stories was about a famous Indian fighter named "Rain-in-the-Face." This is the story that Doctor Eastman wrote.VOICE TWO:About two months before the great Sioux warrior, Rain-in-the-Face, died, I went to see him for the last time. "Friend," I said, "at home when the old men were asked to tell the brave things they had done, the tobacco pipe was passed. So come, let us smoke now to the memory of the old days."He took some of my tobacco and filled his long pipe. The old man lay upon a small bed covered by a red blanket. He was all alone that day, only an old dog lay silent by his feet. Finally he looked up and began telling me about his long life.(MUSIC)VOICE THREE:"I was born near the Cheyenne River about seventy years ago. My family were not great chiefs, but they were good warriors and great hunters.I was given the name "Rain-in-the-Face" as a young man. This was after a great battle when we were on a warpath against the Gros Ventres tribe.I had painted my face with warpaint that day. I had wished my face to represent the sun when partly covered with darkness. So I painted it half-black, half red.We fought all day in the rain and some of the war paint on my face was washed away. Much of the black and red paint had run together. So I was given the name "Rain-in-the-Face." We Sioux considered it an honorable name.VOICE TWO:As he told his story old Rain seemed to come alive. He smiled as he talked. He seemed younger and his eyes shined.VOICE THREE:One of the most daring attacks that we ever made was against the army base called Fort Totten in North Dakota. The fight took place in the summer of Eighteen-Sixty-Six. I had a special friend then. His name was Wapaypay. He was known to the white men as Fearless Bear. He was the bravest man among us.In those days Wapaypay and I called each other "Brother — Friend." This was a life and death promise among the Sioux. What one does the other must do and that meant that I must be with him in the attack. And, if he was killed, I must fight until I died also. I prepared for death. I painted my face with my special sign -- half red, half black. Now the signal for the attack was given. My horse started even with Wapaypay, but his horse was faster than mine.This was bad for me. By the time I came close to the fort, the soldiers had somewhat recovered from the surprise of our attack. They were aiming their guns more carefully.Their guns talked very loud but hit few of us. Their guns were like an old dog with no teeth who makes much noise and becomes more angry the more noise he makes. How much harm we did I do not know. When the fight was finished I saw blood on my leg. Both my horse and I were wounded.VOICE TWO:I knew that Rain-in-the-Face had taken part in two of the most famous fights with white soldiers. One of these fights was near an army fort named Fort Phil Kearny in Wyoming.The other was the most famous battle between the Sioux and the American Army. Rain-in- the-Face was in the battle against the famous army general, George Armstrong Custer. That great battle took place near the Little Big Horn River. I asked him to tell me about these two great battles. Article/200802/26642

台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:Even if you#39;re tucked under a warm blanket, researchers find that a cool head is conducive to better sleep. Next, use light to your advantage. Your body has a natural sleep cycle regulated by exposure to light. So in the morning, get a nice dose of light to tell your brain that it#39;s time to wake up.即便你是盖着温暖的毯子,研究人员也发现,头部在较凉的环境里亦能有助于睡眠。再来就是,好好善用光线。你的身体有个天然的睡眠循环机制,它是透过接触光线来进行调节。所以早晨时,接触适量的光线便可告诉大脑,是时候该起床了。学习重点:1.tuck 塞进tuck (v.) 塞进2.conducive 有助的conducive (adj.) 有助的3.advantage 有利条件advantage (n.) 有利条件disadvantage (n.) 不利条件4.regulate 管理regulate (v.) 管理regulation (n.) 规章5.exposure 暴露exposure (n.) 暴露expose (v.) 暴露于 /201704/506061

视频文本如下:This idiom does not sound comfortable, or safe! Why would a person be ;on pins and needles?; Watch this week#39;s English in a Minute to find out! /201509/398438

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