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一个女人必须精通音乐、歌唱、图画、舞蹈以及现代语文,那才当得起这个称号;除此以外,她的仪表和步态,她的声调,她的谈吐和表情,都得有相当风趣,否则她就不够资格。;It ought to be good, ; he replied, ;it has been the work of many generations. ;;And then you have added so much to it yourself, you are always buying books. ;;I cannot comprehend the neglect of a family library in such days as these. ;;Neglect! I am sure you neglect nothing that can add to the beauties of that noble place. Charles, when you build YOUR house, I wish it may be half as delightful as Pemberley. ;;I wish it may. ;;But I would really advise you to make your purchase in that neighbourhood, and take Pemberley for a kind of model. There is not a finer county in England than Derbyshire. ;;With all my heart; I will buy Pemberley itself if Darcy will sell it. ;;I am talking of possibilities, Charles. ;;Upon my word, Caroline, I should think it more possible to get Pemberley by purchase than by imitation. ;Elizabeth was so much caught with what passed, as to leave her very little attention for her book; and soon laying it wholly aside, she drew near the card-table, and stationed herself between Mr. Bingley and his eldest sister, to observe the game.;Is Miss Darcy much grown since the spring?; said Miss Bingley; ;will she be as tall as I am?;;I think she will. She is now about Miss Elizabeth Bennet#39;s height, or rather taller. ;;How I long to see her again! I never met with anybody who delighted me so much. Such a countenance, such manners! And so extremely accomplished for her age! Her performance on the pianoforte is exquisite. ;;It is amazing to me, ; said Bingley, ;how young ladies can have patience to be so very accomplished as they all are. ;;All young ladies accomplished! My dear Charles, what do you mean?;;Yes, all of them, I think. They all paint tables, cover screens, and net purses. I scarcely know anyone who cannot do all this, and I am sure I never heard a young lady spoken of for the first time, without being informed that she was very accomplished. ;;Your list of the common extent of accomplishments, ; said Darcy, ;has too much truth. The word is applied to many a woman who deserves it no otherwise than by netting a purse or covering a screen. But I am very far from agreeing with you in your estimation of ladies in general. I cannot boast of knowing more than half-a-dozen, in the whole range of my acquaintance, that are really accomplished. ;;Nor I, I am sure, ; said Miss Bingley.;Then, ; observed Elizabeth, ;you must comprehend a great deal in your idea of an accomplished woman. ;;Yes, I do comprehend a great deal in it. ;;Oh! certainly, ; cried his faithful assistant, ;no one can be really esteemed accomplished who does not greatly surpass what is usually met with. A woman must have a thorough knowledge of music, singing, drawing, dancing, and the modern languages, to deserve the word; and besides all this, she must possess a certain something in her air and manner of walking, the tone of her voice, her address and expressions, or the word will be but half-deserved. ; Article/201106/141176房子完全被葡萄藤、攀爬的蔷薇和金银花覆盖了,从花园望去,那里就像一个巨大的凉亭。而那个小门廊则被满眼的黄玫瑰和南方天冬草所遮蔽。因此这里就变成了蜂雀和蜜蜂最常出没的地方。My father, Arthur H. Keller, was a captain in the Confederate Army, and my mother, Kate Adams, was his second wife and many years younger. Her grandfather, Benjamin Adams, married Susanna E. Goodhue, and lived in Newbury, Massachusetts, for many years. Their son, Charles Adams, was born in Newburyport, Massachusetts, and moved to Helena, Arkansas. When the Civil War broke out, he fought on the side of the South and became a brigadier-general. He married Lucy Helen Everett, who belonged to the same family of Everetts as Edward Everett and Dr. Edward Everett Hale. After the war was over, the family moved to Memphis, Tennessee.I lived, up to the time of the illness that deprived me of my sight and hearing, in a tiny house consisting of a large square room and a small one, in which the servant slept. It is a custom in the South to build a small house near the homestead as an annex to be used on occasion. Such a house my father built after the Civil War, and when he married my mother they went to live in it. It was completely covered with vines, climbing roses and honeysuckles. From the garden it looked like an arbor. The little porch was hidden from view by a screen of yellow roses and Southern smilax. It was the favorite haunt of humming-birds and bees. Article/201105/136633Evelyn and Jasper’s new condo certainly was small—1,200 square feet. It was on the first floor of a three-story building. They had no garage for their two cars. In fact, they didn’t even have one designated parking space. When Evelyn went grocery shopping, she often had to lug the groceries 100 feet from her car to her condo—sometimes less if she was lucky enough to find a parking spot close to her condo.Evelyn was on the phone with an old friend in New Mexico. “Now I really appreciate how convenient it was to park in my garage for 20 years and walk directly into the kitchen. Just think how much fun I have now when I’m caught with grocery bags in a rainstorm! And the neighbors. They all have their own friends—we’re outsiders. We go to the community pool regularly, but no one has stopped by to introduce themselves. Whatever happened to southern hospitality? And my sisters? They’re all working! What was the point of moving here if they work all week, and on the weekend they’re usually too tired to go out?“New Mexico was so much better; I had my own house, yard, and garage. I had a small garden in the back yard. I had a couple of good friends, including you. Here, I still don’t have a job, even though I’ve been willing to take almost anything. Jasper is gone six or seven days a week trying to sell Cadillacs in the middle of farm country. He should be trying to sell tractors! He comes home so tired that he hardly ever goes fishing. He must be kicking himself for being so thoughtful to me.” Her friend told Evelyn to stop being so negative. They'd only been in Georgia a year. Even their first couple of years in New Mexico were rough, she reminded Evelyn. 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有声名著之远大前程 Chapter1 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有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比 Article/200809/48716

Nowadays, GEICO is a well-known insurance company. For many years, however, it was unnoticed. Other companies, like Allstate and Farmers, were more popular. Then GEICO tried something different; it got a new ad agency.The owner of the agency, Billy Ray Childers, was from Virginia. Years ago, he had tried to start his own agency in Manhattan. But when New Yorkers heard his southern accent, they gave him the cold shoulder. Angry, Billy Ray returned to Virginia. Someday, he hoped to teach those New Yorkers a lesson.He set up his new ad agency in Raleigh. Then he called up GEICO headquarters in New York. He told them that they could improve their sales if they used a gecko to advertise GEICO. They balked at first, but then approved his ad campaign. In the new commercial, the animated lizard said, "I'm a gecko, not a GEICO." GEICO was originally going to do one TV commercial with the bright green lizard, and then retire it. But viewers, especially women, fell in love with the cute gecko. So GEICO decided to do a few more commercials. And then a few more.The clever lizard with the British accent is now eight years old and stars in a new commercial every several months. It has made GEICO famous - almost as famous as the gecko itself! Article/201104/131269Mrs White looked at the stranger and she thought, ;Perhaps he has the money... but why Maw and Meggins? And his face is very unhappy... Why?; suddenly the old woman was afraid.怀特太太看着陌生人,想道,“也许,他很有钱……但为什么来自莫和麦金森?从他的脸色看他并不高兴……为什么?”突然,老妇人很害怕。#39;Please sit down,#39; Mr White began, but now his wife could not wait.“请坐。”怀特先生说,但她妻子已经等得不耐烦了。#39;What#39;s the matter?#39;she cried.#39;Is Herbert…#39;she could not finish the question.“出了什么事?”她叫了起来,“是不是赫伯特……”她几乎不能把话问完。The stranger did not look at their faces—and Mr White began to be afraid too.陌生人并不瞧他们的脸,怀特先生也开始害怕了。#39;Please, tell us!#39; he said.“请告诉我们!”他说。#39;I#39;m very sorry,#39; the man from Maw and Meggins began. He stopped for a minute and then he began again.#39;I#39;m very sorry, but this morning there was an accident at the factory…#39;从莫和麦金森来的人停了好一会儿才开始说,“对不起,非常对不起,今天早晨,工厂发生了一起事故……。”#39;What#39;s the matter? Is Herbert OK?#39; Mrs White cried a gain.“到底出了什么事,赫伯特还好吗?”怀特太太又叫了起来。#39;Well…#39; the man began slowly.“是这样……”陌生人慢慢地说。#39;Is he in hospital? the old woman asked, very afraid now.“他住院了吗?”老妇人问,现在她非常害怕。#39;Yes, but…#39; the stranger looked at Mrs White#39;s face and stopped.“但是……”陌生人看了一眼怀特太太的脸又停了下来。#39;Is he dead? Is Herbert dead? Mr White asked quietly.“他死了吗?赫伯特死啦?”怀特先生平静地问。#39;Dead!#39; Mrs White cried.#39;Oh no… please…not dead! Not Herbert! Not our son!#39;“死啦,”怀特太太哭叫着。“不,请不要这样说……,不,赫伯特不会死,我们的儿子不会死!”Suddenly the old woman stopped because she saw the stranger#39;s face. Then the two old people knew. Their son was dead! Old Mrs White began to cry quietly and Mr White put his arm round her.突然,老妇人不喊了,因为她看见了陌生人的表情。两个老人明白,他们的儿子已经死了!老怀特太太呜咽着,怀特先生伤心地搂着她。Some time later the man from Maw and Meggins said,#39;It was the machinery—an accident Herbert called, ;Help!;. The men heard him—and ran to him quickly, but they could do nothing.过了一会儿,从莫和麦金森来的男人说,“那是一起机器事故,听到赫伯特喊救命,工友们跑过去,可一点办法也没有。The next minute he was in the machinery. I#39;m very, very sorry,#39; he finished.只能眼睁睁地看着赫伯特在机器里。对不起,非常对不起。”他结束一了讲话。For a minute or two the room was quiet. At last Mrs White said,#39;Our son! Dead! We#39;re never going to see him again.What are we going to do without him?#39;刹那间,屋子里非常安静。最后,怀特太太说,“我们的儿子,死了,我们再也不能见到他了,没有他,我们以后的日子怎么过?”Her husband said, #39;He was our son. We loved him.#39;他丈夫说,“他是我们的儿子,我们爱他。”Then Mrs White asked the stranger, #39;Can we see him?Can we see our son? Please take me to him. I want to see my son.#39;接着,怀特太太问陌生人,“我们能看看他吗?我们能不能看看我们的儿子?请带我去,我想去看看我的儿子。”But the stranger answered quickly, #39;No!#39; he said. #39;It#39;s better not to see him. They couldn#39;t stop the machinery quickly. He was in there for a long time.但陌生人很快答道,“不行,最好不要去看他,他们不能快速把机器停下来,赫伯特在里面呆了很长时间,And at first they couldn#39;t get him out.He was... #39;the man stopped. Then he said, #39;Don#39;t go to see him!#39;并且开始的时候弄不出来,他……”陌生人停了下来,接着他说,“还是别去看他吧!”The stranger went over to the window because he did not want to see the faces of the two old people. He said nothing, but he stood there for some time and he waited.陌生人走到窗户边,因为他不想看到两位老人的痛苦的表情,他什么也没说,站在那儿等了好长时间。Then he went back to the old people and began to talk again.#39;There#39;s one more thing,#39; he said. #39;Your son worked for Maw and Meggins for six years and he was a good worker.然而,他又回过身来开始和两位老人谈话。“但是,你们的儿子是一个好工人,他为莫和麦金森工作了6年。Now Maw and Meggins want to help you at this unhappy time.#39;Again the stranger stopped.After a minute he began again.#39;现在,莫和麦金森要在这个不幸的时候帮助你们。”陌生人又停了下来,过了一会儿又说,Maw and Meggins want to give you some money.#39; Then he put something into Mr White#39;s hand.“莫和麦金森想给你们一些钱。”说完,他把一些东西交到怀特先生手上。Old Mr White did not look at the money in his hand. Slowly he stood up and looked at the stranger, afraid. #39;How much?#39; Mr White asked, very quietly. He did not want to hear the answer.老怀特先生没有看手里的钱,他慢慢地站起来,害怕地看着陌生人,“多少钱?”怀特先生非常平静地问。其实他并不想听到。#39;Thirty thousand pounds,#39; the stranger said.“30 000英镑。”陌生人说。 Article/201203/176108There are magazines on just about anything you can think of. Just walk into a big bookstore and see the hundreds of different kinds of magazines. There are magazines for men, magazines for women, for children, for bankers, stamp collectors and even English students. They’re quite amazing when you think about it. There’s so much information in them. It must take a long time to make one magazine. And they are such great value for money. I like ing magazines that I would never usually buy. This happens when I’m in a waiting room. I like flicking through the magazine rack and looking through the magazine. I don’t care if it’s in another language. The pictures are interesting. Article/201105/138074

Little Albert came home from school with a new book under his arm. "It's a prize, mother," he explained."A prize? What for, dear?""For natural history. Teacher asked me how many legs an ostrich has, and I said three." "But an ostrich has only two legs.""I know it now. But all the pupils said four, so I was the closest."小阿尔伯特腋下夹着一本新书从学校回家来了。“这是奖品,妈妈。”他解释道。 “奖品?因为什么得的。亲爱的?” “因为自然课得的。老师问我鸵鸟有几条腿,我说有三条。” “但是鸵鸟是两条腿啊。” “我现在知道了。但其他学生都说有四条。所以还是我最接近正确。” Article/200805/40118The three brothers went out on the river almost every day, weather permitting. They tied some rowboats behind their boat to use as floating trash cans. They picked up all the trash they could see floating in the river. Friends joined them. Then friends told other friends, and by the end of the first year there were more than 200 volunteers helping the Green Fleet clean up the river. In the first 365 days, the brothers estimated that they had removed more than 10 tons of trash from the river. Their work was creating a cleaner-looking and cleaner-smelling river.Corporations got involved and donated money and materials. By the end of the second year, the Green Fleet had grown to four boats and four barges. The brothers appeared on radio talk shows and on local and national TV shows. Activists throughout the nation began organizing their own Green Fleets.The Green Fleet got bigger and better every year. Five years after its inception, the three brothers were able to go snorkeling on weekends in their river. Unfortunately, a year later, Manny accidentally stuck himself with a hypodermic needle while picking up a dirty plastic bag. He got an infection but didn’t see a doctor until it was too late. At Manny's funeral, his brothers vowed to carry on their volunteer work until they were too sick or old to do it any longer. To honor Manny, the St. James city council voted to rename the city's largest park after him. Article/201106/138786I walked down the hall calling hello to what I assumed was my shift supervisor or one of the other two night-duty nurses who sometimes worked that shift. I didn’t get an answer, but I noticed through the frosted glass in one of the doors that a light was on in this one certain room. I opened it, and I got the shock of my life when I saw a young black girl huddled in the corner, shivering like she was freezing, and bleeding all over the floor! She only looked in my direction for half a second before scrunching up her arms around her shoulders and staring back down at the floor, but I never will forget how scared she looked, and how weak and pale. I was too shocked to remember later exactly what I said to her, but I must have blurted out something about getting help and telling her to stay put.  I hustled upstairs as fast as I could. I figured somebody had dropped off an accident victim without realizing Emergency Services had moved to a different facility five minutes away. I’ve never felt my own heart beat as hard and as fast as it did right then. I was only 20, and I guess I had led a sheltered life, because I had never seen anything remotely like this. Here someone was bleeding to death, and without swift attention from a medical expert (which I most definitely was not), it looked to me like she was probably going to die! Article/200903/64012

I’m a great art lover. I look at beautiful paintings and sculptures and wish I could be artistic. I can’t draw or paint to save my life. I wonder why some people are so talented and can create amazing pictures, when other people, like me, can’t even draw good matchstick figures. I would like to fill my house with art from all over the world. It’s interesting to see how different cultures have different kinds of art. There’s nothing better than visiting art galleries when you go to another country. I prefer more traditional art. I don’t really understand a lot of modern art. I look at an exhibit of a pile of bricks in a museum but can’t see how it’s art. I always laugh when my children say, “Daddy, I can do better than that!” I often think they can. Article/201104/130149Larry's Lawn Chair Ride 梦想起飞,别一飞冲天……Larry Walters’ boyhood dream was not an unusual one: He wanted to fly. What was unusual, though, was the way he fulfilled it. After finishing school, Larry joined the U.S. Air Force, but was rejected from pilot-training school because of poor eyesight. However, his dream remained. Larry, aged 33, was not a pilot, but a truck driver in Los Angeles. One day, while sitting outside in his lawn chair, Larry had his eureka moment. As he watched jets fly overhead, an idea came to him to use weather balloons to fly. A few weeks later, Larry bought 42 one-meter diameter weather balloons. He tied them to a lawn chair and filled them with helium. Then he sat down in the chair with some beer, sandwiches, and a BB gun. Larry’s plan was to float about 10 meters above his backyard, enjoy a few hours in the air, and then pop some balloons with his gun to get back down. But things did not go according to Larry’s plan. When his friends cut the anchor lines, Larry, lifted by the 42 balloons, shot skyward at an astonishing speed. He finally settled at an altitude of 4,000 meters. Afraid to pop any of the balloons, in case he should upset the balance of his “craft,” Larry sat, cold and frightened, in the sky with his beer and sandwiches for 14 hours. Airline pilots heading toward Los Angeles’ busy international airport radioed in reports of the strange sight. Larry’s presence in the skies caused numerous planes to be rerouted. Eventually, Larry worked up the nerve to shoot a few balloons and slowly descended, landing in power lines. Uninjured, he climbed down to safety and was arrested by waiting police. When asked by a reporter why he had done it, Larry responded, "a man just can't sit around." Larry fulfilled his dream, and set a record for a gas-filled balloon flight. But it cost him: He was later fined US,500 for violating air safety regulations. 拉里·沃尔特少年时期的梦想并不很平常:他想飞。然而不寻常的是他实现的方式。从学校毕业后,拉里就加入美国空军,但由于视力不佳而被飞行训练学校拒之门外。尽管如此,他的梦想依然没变。33岁的拉里不是一名飞行员,而是洛杉矶的一名卡车司机。一天,当拉里坐在屋外的折椅上时,突然灵机一动。他看到喷气机从头顶飞过,就想到可以用气象探测气球来飞行。几个星期后,拉里买了42个直径为1米的气象探测气球。他将气球绑在折椅上并注入氦气。接着他坐上椅子,带了一些啤酒,三明治和一BB。拉里计划在他家后院飘起10米高左右,好好在空中享受几小时,然后用击破一些气球以回到地面。但是事情并没有按照拉里的计划进展。朋友们一切断锚线,拉里就被42个气球拉起,并以惊人的速度射向天际。最后他停在海拔4000米的高度上。担心击破一些气球会导致他的“飞行器”失去平衡,拉里又冷又怕,与他的啤酒和三明治在空中坐了14个小时。飞往繁忙洛杉矶国际机场的民航飞行员,用无线电报告了这一奇怪的景象。拉里停留在空中迫使许多飞机改变航线。最终拉里鼓起勇气击破了几个气球慢慢地下降,停在电线上。拉里没有受伤,爬了下来,获得了安全,随即被等候的警方逮捕了。当记者问及为什么会有此举动,拉里答道:“一个人就是不能坐在那里不干事。”拉里实现了梦想,而且创造了一项以充气气球飞行的记录。然而这让他付出的代价是:他后来因违反空中安全条例被罚1500美金。 Article/200803/28359爱丽丝十分诧异,公爵夫人的声音突然消失了,甚至连她最爱说的“教训”也没说完。挽着爱丽丝的那只胳膊也颤抖起来了。爱丽丝抬起头来,发现王后站在她们面前,交叉着胳膊,脸色阴沉得像大雷雨前的天色一样。 `Just about as much right,' said the Duchess, `as pigs have to fly; and the m--' But here, to Alice's great surprise, the Duchess's voice died away, even in the middle of her favourite word `moral,' and the arm that was linked into hers began to tremble. Alice looked up, and there stood the Queen in front of them, with her arms folded, frowning like a thunderstorm. `A fine day, your Majesty!' the Duchess began in a low, weak voice. `Now, I give you fair warning,' shouted the Queen, stamping on the ground as she spoke; `either you or your head must be off, and that in about half no time! Take your choice!' The Duchess took her choice, and was gone in a moment. `Let's go on with the game,' the Queen said to Alice; and Alice was too much frightened to say a word, but slowly followed her back to the croquet-ground. Article/201103/128321

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