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8The Lord said to Moses, 2"Speak to Aaron and say to him, 'When you set up the seven lamps, they are to light the area in front of the lampstand.' " 3Aaron did so; he set up the lamps so that they faced forward on the lampstand, just as the Lord commanded Moses. 4This is how the lampstand was made: It was made of hammered gold-from its base to its blossoms. The lampstand was made exactly like the pattern the Lord had shown Moses. 5The Lord said to Moses: 6"Take the Levites from among the other Israelites and make them ceremonially clean. 7To purify them, do this: Sprinkle the water of cleansing on them; then have them shave their whole bodies and wash their clothes, and so purify themselves. 8Have them take a young bull with its grain offering of fine flour mixed with oil; then you are to take a second young bull for a sin offering. 9Bring the Levites to the front of the Tent of Meeting and assemble the whole Israelite community. 10You are to bring the Levites before the Lord , and the Israelites are to lay their hands on them. 11Aaron is to present the Levites before the Lord as a wave offering from the Israelites, so that they may be y to do the work of the Lord . 12"After the Levites lay their hands on the heads of the bulls, use the one for a sin offering to the Lord and the other for a burnt offering, to make atonement for the Levites. 13Have the Levites stand in front of Aaron and his sons and then present them as a wave offering to the Lord . 14In this way you are to set the Levites apart from the other Israelites, and the Levites will be mine. 15"After you have purified the Levites and presented them as a wave offering, they are to come to do their work at the Tent of Meeting. 16They are the Israelites who are to be given wholly to me. I have taken them as my own in place of the firstborn, the first male offspring from every Israelite woman. 17Every firstborn male in Israel, whether man or animal, is mine. When I struck down all the firstborn in Egypt, I set them apart for myself. 18And I have taken the Levites in place of all the firstborn sons in Israel. 19Of all the Israelites, I have given the Levites as gifts to Aaron and his sons to do the work at the Tent of Meeting on behalf of the Israelites and to make atonement for them so that no plague will strike the Israelites when they go near the sanctuary." 20Moses, Aaron and the whole Israelite community did with the Levites just as the Lord commanded Moses. 21The Levites purified themselves and washed their clothes. Then Aaron presented them as a wave offering before the Lord and made atonement for them to purify them. 22After that, the Levites came to do their work at the Tent of Meeting under the supervision of Aaron and his sons. They did with the Levites just as the Lord commanded Moses. 23The Lord said to Moses, 24"This applies to the Levites: Men twenty-five years old or more shall come to take part in the work at the Tent of Meeting, 25but at the age of fifty, they must retire from their regular service and work no longer. 26They may assist their brothers in performing their duties at the Tent of Meeting, but they themselves must not do the work. This, then, is how you are to assign the responsibilities of the Levites." Article/200810/52853By Mrs. Hurst and Miss Bingley, they were noticed only by a curtsey; and on their being seated, a pause, awkward as such pauses must always be, succeeded for a few moments. It was first broken by Mrs. Annesley, a genteel, agreeable looking woman, whose endeavour to introduce some kind of discourse proved her to be more truly well bred than either of the others; and between her and Mrs. Gardiner, with occasional help from Elizabeth, the conversation was carried on. Miss Darcy looked as if she wished for courage enough to join in it; and sometimes did venture a short sentence, when there was least danger of its being heard.赫斯脱太太和彬格莱只对她们行了个屈膝礼。她们坐定以后,宾主之间许久不曾交谈,实在别扭。后来还是安涅斯雷太太第一个开口说话。这位太太是个和蔼可亲的大家闺秀,你只要瞧她竭力想出话来攀谈,便可以知道她确实比另外两位有教养得多。全靠她同嘉丁纳太太先攀谈起来,再加上伊丽莎白不时地插几句嘴助助兴,谈话才算没有冷场。达西好象想说话而又缺乏勇气,只是趁着人家听不见的时候吾一两声,也总算难得。Elizabeth soon saw that she was herself closely watched by Miss Bingley, and that she could not speak a word, especially to Miss Darcy, without calling her attention. This observation would not have prevented her from trying to talk to the latter, had they not been seated at an inconvenient distance; but she was not sorry to be spared the necessity of saying much. Her own thoughts were employing her. She expected every moment that some of the gentlemen would enter the room. She wished, she feared, that the master of the house might be amongst them; and whether she wished or feared it most, she could scarcely determine. After sitting in this manner a quarter of an hour without hearing Miss Bingley#39;s voice, Elizabeth was roused by receiving from her a cold enquiry after the health of her family. She answered with equal indifference and brevity, and the other said no more.伊丽莎白立刻发觉彬格莱在仔细地看着她,注意她的一言一语,特别注意她跟达西攀谈。如果伊丽莎白跟达西座位隔得很近,攀谈起来很方便,她决不会因为畏忌彬格莱而就不和达西攀谈,可是既然毋须多谈,再加她自己也正心思重重,所以也并不觉得遗憾。她时时刻刻都盼望着男客们一同进来,可是她虽然盼望,却又害怕,她究竟是盼望得迫切,还是害怕得厉害,她自己也几乎说不上来。伊丽莎白就这样坐了一刻钟之久,没有听到彬格莱发表一言半语,后来忽然之间吓了一跳,原来是彬格莱冷冰冰地问候她家里人的安好。她也同样冷冷谈谈简简单单地敷衍了她几句,对方便也就不再开口。The next variation which their visit afforded was produced by the entrance of servants with cold meat, cake, and a variety of all the finest fruits in season; but this did not take place till after many a significant look and smile from Mrs. Annesley to Miss Darcy had been given, to remind her of her post. There was now employment for the whole party; for though they could not all talk, they could all eat; and the beautiful pyramids of grapes, nectarines, and peaches soon collected them round the table.她们来了不久,佣人们便送来了冷肉、点心、以及各种应时鲜果。本来达西一直忘了叫人端来,幸亏安涅斯雷太太频频向她做着眼色,装着微笑,方才提醒了她做主人的责任。这一下大家都有事情可做了。虽然不是每个人都健谈,可是每个人都会吃;大家一看见那大堆大堆美丽的葡萄、油桃和桃子,一下子就聚拢来围着桌子坐下。 Article/201203/174986Simon got a monthly bill that he didn’t like. His Internet service provider, Wink, automatically withdrew from his checking account each month. This was called direct payment. It made things simpler for him because it meant one less check to write each month.In fact, Simon had direct payments with his gas company, his phone company, and his electric company. So that was four fewer checks that he had to write each month.This month, instead of , Wink had withdrawn . Simon went online and looked at his account. Part of the increase was because he had switched from a slow dial-up connection to a fast DSL connection. Wink charged him just to make that switch.Simon thought that this charge in itself was ridiculous. It probably took them about five seconds to make the switch. But any time a corporation can gouge you, they will.In addition to the , Wink had charged him for his dial-up account, but had also charged him for his DSL account. This was a double-charge, since a computer uses dial-up or DSL, but not both.We’ll see about this, Simon thought, as he searched for Wink’s 800 number. Article/201103/129783

有声名著之远大前程 Chapter2 远大前程Great Expectations英语原版下载 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/200809/48717

;You are all kindness, madam; but I believe we mustabide byour original plan. ; “你真是太好心啦,太太;可惜我们要依照原来的计划行事。” Lady Catherine seemed resigned. ;Mrs. Collins, you must send a servant with them. You know I always speak my mind, and I cannot bear the idea of two young women travelling post by themselves. It is highly improper. You must contrive to send somebody. I have the greatest dislike in the world to that sort of thing. Young women should always be properly guarded and attended,according totheir situation in life. When my niece Georgiana went to Ramsgate last summer, I made a point of her having two men-servants go with her. Miss Darcy, the daughter of Mr. Darcy, of Pemberley, and Lady Anne, could not have appeared with propriety in a different manner. I am excessively attentive to all those things. You must send John with the young ladies, Mrs. Collins. I am glad it occurred to me to mention it; for it would really be discreditable to YOU to let them go alone. ; 咖苔琳夫人不便强留,便说道:“柯林斯太太,你得打发一个佣人送她们。我说话一向心直口快,我不放心让两位年轻的赶远路。这太不象话了,我最看不惯的就是这种事,你千万得派一个人送送她们。对于年轻的们,我们总得照着她们的身份好好是照顾她们,待候她们。我的姨侄女儿乔治安娜去年夏天上拉姆斯盖特去的时候,我非得要她有两个男佣人伴送不可。要知道,她身为彭伯里的达西先生和安妮夫人的千金,不那样便难免有失体统。我对于这一类的事特别留意。你得打发约翰送送这两位才好,柯林斯太太。幸亏我发觉了这件事,及时指出,否则让她们孤零零地自个儿走,把你的面子也丢光了。” ;My uncle is to send a servant for us. ; “我舅舅会打发人来接我们的。” ;Oh! Your uncle! He keeps a man-servant, does he? I am very glad you have somebody who thinks of these things. Where shall you change horses? Oh! Bromley, of course. If you mention my name at the Bell, you will be attended to. ; “噢,你的舅舅!他真有男佣人吗?我听了很高兴,总算有人替你想到这些事。你们打算在哪儿换马呢?当然是在白朗莱啦。你们只要在驿站上提一提我的名字,就会有人来招待你们。” Lady Catherine had many other questions to ask respecting their journey, and as she did not answer them all herself, attention was necessary, which Elizabeth believed to be lucky for her; or, with a mind so occupied, she might have forgotten where she was. Reflection must be reserved for solitary hours; whenever she was alone, shegave wayto it as the greatest relief; and not a day went by without a solitary walk, in which she might indulge in all the delight of unpleasant recollections. 提到她们的旅程,咖苔琳夫人还有许多话要问,而且她并不完全都是自问自答,因此你必须留心去听,伊丽莎白倒觉得这是她的运气,否则,她这么心事重重,一定会忘了自己作客身份呢。有心事应该等到单独一个人的时候再去想。每逢没有第二个人跟她在一起的时候,她就翻来复去地想个痛快;她没有哪一天不独个儿散步,一边走一边老是回想着那些不愉快的事情。 Mr. Darcy#39;s letter she was in a fair way of soon knowing by heart. She studied every sentence; and her feelings towards its writer were at times widely different. When she remembered the style of his address, she was still full ofindignation; but when she considered how unjustly she had condemned and upbraided him, her anger was turned against herself; and his disappointed feelings became the object of compassion. His attachment excited gratitude, his general character respect; but she could not approve him; nor could she for a moment repent her refusal, or feel the slightestinclinationever to see him again. 达西那封信,她简直快要背得出了。她把每一句话都反复研究过,她对于这个写信人的感情,一忽儿热了起来,一忽儿又冷了下去。记起他那种笔调口吻,她到现在还是说不尽的气愤;可是只要一想到以前怎样错怪了他,错骂了他,她的气愤便转到自己身上来了。他那沮丧的情绪反而引起了她的同情。他的爱恋引起了她的感激,他的性格引起了她的尊敬;可是她无法对他发生好感,她拒绝他以后,从来不曾有过片刻的后悔,她根本不想再看到他。 1.abidev.遵守, 坚持【词源解说】十世纪前进入英语,直接源自古英语的abidan,意为“保持,保留。”【常用词组】abide by sth. 遵守某事物; 忠于某事物I abide by what I said. 我坚持我所说的话。2.according to... 根据……, 依照……According to these figures, our company is doing well. 从这些数字来看,我们的公司经营得不错。3.give way让步Our employer will not give way to our demands for higher wages.我们的雇主不会对我们增加工资的要求让步。4.indignation n.愤怒, 愤慨Indignation bereft him of speech. 他气愤得说不出话来。5.inclinationn.意愿I have little inclination to listen to you all evening. 我可不愿意一晚上都听你说话。 Article/201112/163187

If you have two hands, you can’t help but applaud the original Clapper. First sold in 1985, it worked with a lamp or any other electric device. You plugged the Clapper into an outlet. Then you plugged your lamp into the Clapper. By clapping twice, you turned the lamp on or off. It was a convenient gadget that also became popular with handicapped people. TV commercials showed grandma lying in bed ing. She put her book down, clapped twice, and went to sleep with a big smile on her face. She didn’t have to reach for the lamp switch or get out of bed and turn off the wall switch. The only problem with the original Clapper was that your barking dog, or your neighbor’s dog, could also turn your lamp on or off.The current Clapper works with two lamps or other devices, such as radios and TVs. TV commercials show grandma ing in bed while the TV is on. She puts the book down, claps twice to turn off the TV, and claps three times to turn off the lamp. Then she goes to sleep with a big smile on her face.Clapper Plus is a big hit, too. It can be adjusted to respond to the loudness of your clapping. It has a light to indicate if you are clapping loudly enough. It has an “Away” setting for security; when you’re not home, Clapper Plus will automatically turn on a light or the TV if it detects a noise. The light or TV should help scare away intruders. Clapper Plus also comes with a remote control, so that if grandma is extra tired, all she has to do is click the remote. The two versions sell for about and .A version might be in stores next year. Because many people feel that clapping or clicking is “a lot of work,” the company is developing a voice-operated Clapper. The ultimate goal, said a Clapper spokesman, is a thought-operated Clapper. Article/201105/137728

Country and Western Singer Roger Miller Had Many Hit SongsWritten by Paul Thompson (THEME) VOICE ONE: I’m Shirley Griffith. VOICE TWO: And I’m Sarah Long with the VOA Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Today we tell about music writer and performer Roger Miller. Roger Miller (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: The name of that song is “Dang Me.” It was written and recorded by Roger Miller in Nineteen-Sixty-Five. It was not the first song he had written, but it was his first huge hit record. In fact, the recording of “Dang Me” helped Roger Miller win five of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Grammy Awards. One of those awards was the Grammy for best new country and western artist. Before “Dang Me” became a hit record, few people outside the music business knew the name Roger Miller. Yet he had been working his way to the top of the music business since he was a boy. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO: Roger Dean Miller was born January Second, Nineteen-Thirty-Six in the western city of Fort Worth, Texas. His father died when Roger was only one year old. His mother became sick soon after. Roger was sent to live with his uncle in Erick, Oklahoma. VOICE TWO(cont): Roger Miller had a difficult childhood. Most of his days were spent working on his uncle’s farm, picking cotton. He was a lonely and unhappy child. Roger began writing songs because he loved the music he heard on the radio. He also learned to play the guitar and the violin, sometimes called a fiddle. Much later, he learned to play the drums. Music helped the young Roger escape the hard work on his uncle’s cotton farm. VOICE ONE: Roger left the farm when he was still very young. He traveled from town to town in the west. He worked at any job he could find during the day. At night, he went to music clubs and drinking places where country and western bands played. These places provided him with a music education. Roger Miller entered the ed States Army at the age of seventeen. He was sent to an army base near Atlanta, Georgia. In Atlanta, he played with a music group called “The Circle “A” Wranglers.” When he left the Army, Roger moved to the home of country music in Nashville, Tennessee. VOICE ONE(cont): At first, he worked in a hotel. Stories say he would sing there for anyone who would listen. He soon got several jobs playing his violin. And he began writing songs for other singers. Article/200803/29564

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