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黑商贩The Dirty Salseman -- 1::5 来源: Characters: Narrator(N), Salesman(S), Dad(D), Maggie(M), Alice(A), Candy(C), Policeman(P)Preparation: 学校布景,做糖果用桌及相关材料,小贩家布景Scene1(At Salesman’s home)N: In a dark dirty house, there lived a small, dirty salesman. He always makes unhealthy candies and sells them to the students. He has a lot of money now. But how does he make the candies? Oh, xu …… He is coming!S: Hello, do you know me? No? Oh, let me tell you .I’m the famous candy salesman at the school gate. My candies are very popular,(展示),I don’t know why. The foolish students always come here. I’ll be a boss soon! Candy, money, candy, money……Oops! It’s time to make candies now.(看表)First, put the flour on the table. Then, water, sugar, flour.(边说边做)Now press, press……Oh, my dirty hands! Never mind! Just do it!(满不在意的神情)Press, press……Oh, my god!(鼻涕)Never mind! Just do it!Press, press, the children will not know it , it’s OK,hehehe……Now let me cut it into pieces!One, two, three, four, five……(用脏菜刀)Wow, everything is y!糖果钻出来(跳舞),跳完后,非常难过地说:Oh, I’m so dirty and ugly! What can I do? The students will eat me! And they will be ill! Wuwuwu…S: Mmmm…It looks dirty, let me give you a nice coat! (给它穿上) Wow! Now it’s so beautiful! Haha……C: Oh, no! Don’t sell me! I’m dirty!(拖糖果下场)Scene(At the school gate)N: The next day, when the class is over, all the students come out happily and the salesman goes to the school gate as usual. (Maggie和Alice 欢快地跑出校门,看到小贩)(小贩拉着糖上场,吆喝):Candies! Candies! Sweet candies! ……M: Oh, Alice! Look! Candies!A: Yeah! I think they are yummy!M: Let’s ask him.A: OK!C: Don’t buy me!(非常焦急)MA: Why?C: I’m dirty!M: No, you look nice!C: What can I do? (面向观众) Wuwuwu…(小贩将她拉在后面)S: Candies! Candies!(引诱两个女孩)MA: How much are they?S: Do you have money?(轻蔑)MA: Money?(对视)M:Oh, I’ve no money!(失落之极)A: Me too.S: No money? So sorry!(吆喝着走开,下场)M: What can we do now?A: Let’s ask dad money.M: But how to ask?A: How?…Oh,I know ,let’s make him happy ,and he will give us money.(自信)M: Good idea!(全部下场)Scene 3:(At Maggie’s home)N: The children have to go home and ask dad some money, and they know their father is good at playing guitar, so they will do something clever. (爸爸看报)M: Dad,dad,let’s sing a song ,OK? (同时Alice去取吉他准备拿给爸爸)A: And play the guitar us!M: We know you play so well!(爸爸诧异地看着孩子)D: Oh? What a bright day today!MA: Please, dad!(哀求)D:OKOK! Let’s.(取吉他,开始准备)D: Which song do you like? How about Edelweiss?MA: Of course!(开始弹,第一段孩子随节奏起舞,第二段孩子开始轻声讨论起来“you first”之类的话,爸爸停止弹琴)。

  • 日常聊天口语对话篇:(6)电视懒虫Couch Potatoes-- :31: Ted:: Hi, Nobuaki! It's good to see you again.Nobuaki: yes, it's been a while. Hey, you've gotten bigger since the last time I've seen you.Ted: Yeah, ever since I got married I've been putting on weight. My wife's a good cook.Nobuaki: I know a lot of people who let themselves go after they get married. But don't blame your wife's good cooking. You need to start exercising again.Ted: I know I should. But after I come home from work I'm too tired to exercise. And I don't have any place to work out (体育锻炼)any way.Nobuaki: have you thought about joining a health club?Ted: I have . But they are expensive. Also, I have friends who go and seems like all they ever do is work out. I just don't have the time.Nobuaki: I'm a member at Spa Fitness and you'd be surprised at how inexpensive a year membership is. True, there are a few body-building fanatics (健美狂)down there, but most of the members are "normal" people who work out about an hour just three times a week.Ted: Sounds reasonable. I mean, you look skinny (瘦)enough.Nobuaki: Well, to tell the truth, I haven't always been this lean. After I turned 30, I started putting on the pounds. I couldn't fit into my favorite jeans anymore. I was feeling fat and pudgy(肥胖). I didn't have any energy.Ted: That's how I feel. I mean, exercise sounds like something that is going to make me feel more tired.Nobuaki: That's the misconception that most people have with exercise. The funny thing is, once you start on a regular exercise program, you start feeling better immediately.Ted: Is that right? I that Americans are getting fatter. In fact, the average American teen is - pounds heavier today than in 1980. I'm amazed at how many fat teenage girls I see.Nobuaki: That's because of lifestyle changes. Since the 1980s, more people are becoming couch potatoes. watching too much TV and eating too much junk food and fast food..Ted: Isn't that the truth. My kids must watch at least hours of TV every night. Speaking of TV, my favorite show is on tonight.Nobuaki: What is it?Ted: It's a cop show(警匪剧).Nobuaki: Sounds like a "cop-out"(遁词,--双关语). Just kidding. Hey, I'm just heading to my spa right now, why don't you join me?Ted: I'm so fat, that I'd feel self-conscious around all those beautiful people.Nobuaki: Health clubs aren't just beautiful people. Actually the majority of the members are trying to lose weight like yourself. It's really motivating to work out with people who have the same goals as you do. So will you join me a workout? I can get you in free tonight with a guest pass(我可以带你持宾客入场券免费进去).Ted Why not? I've got nothing to lose.Nobuaki: Nothing but a few pounds.Generation X-ers X 新生代Yoko:: So what year were you born?Jim: 1971. yes, I'm part of the Generation X.Yoko: Generation X? I think I've heard of it, but I don't know what it means.Jim: It's basically a trendy classification(时兴的分类) the generation born in the ed States after 1965. It was coined (造出新词)in 1991 by author Douglas Coupland, who wrote a book by that title.Yoko: So what is the distinction of the Generation X? What characterizes them?Jim: Well, they are usually college educated and dissatisfied with their careers.Yoko: So, they are basically overeducated and underemployed?Jim: Right. And they're also have a pessimistic attitude about society. They don't see life getting any better. They're disillusioned (不抱幻想)with corporate America(美国大家庭). They don't even like the label "Generation X. "Yoko: I can see why. Nobody likes to be stereotyped.Jim: There are actually two different stereotypes associated with the Generation X-ers. One is the slacker(懒惰散漫的人) image in which the individual has no motivation and is a whiner(爱发牢骚的人). One the other extreme is the highly educated computer hacker (爱玩电脑的人)who has his own business.Yoko: So tell me some more Generation X lingo(特有的词汇,隐语)?.Jim: Sure. There's another term called "McJob(低薪职业)." It was also coined by Coupland and refers to low-paying jobs with no prestige and no future.Yoko: Like working at McDonalds? Is that where they got the "Mc"?Jim: Exactly. And to a large extent it's true. You just can't depend on a company lifetime employment anymore.Yoko: Lifetime employment is even beginning to change in Japan.Jim: That's true. The wave of the future (未来的浪潮)is really working on your own.Yoko: By the way, what do you do a living, Jim?Jim: Oh, I'm a free-lance writer. I work at home.Yoko: I should have guessed.。
  • 适合七年级的英语话剧:寻找布莱克先生 -- :39:3 来源: 适合七年级的英语话剧:寻找布莱克先生  (一天,Mrs Black 向警方报案Mr Black失踪了,警察对此展开了调查,他在询问Mrs Black一些情况)  P: I’m sorry to hear that. Mrs Black. Can I ask you some questions.  M: (伤心地)Sure.  P: Does Mr black go to work in the morning?  M: Yes, he does. No,he doesn’t . He goes to work in …  P: Does he go to work by car?  M: Yes, he does. No,he doesn’t . He goes to work by…  P: Does he go to work alone?  M: Yes, he does. No,he doesn’t .He goes to work with his assistant(助手), Xiao Lin.  P: Oh, I see. Don’t worry ,Madam. I can help you.  (警察马上与Xiao Lin取得了电话联系.)  L:(电话铃响) Hello,this is Xiao Lin.  P: Hi,Xiao Lin .This is Police Satation. Can I ask you some questions?  L: (紧张地问)Sure,What’s the matter?  P: Does Mr Black goes to work today?  L: Yes, he does.  P: Does he go to work with you?  L: Yes, he does.  P: Where is he now?  L : He is tired. He is sleeping in the office.  P: Oh, I know. That’s all. Thank you ,bye.  L: Bye-bye. 适合七年级的英语话剧。
  • 梦想(A Dream) --01 18:1:1 来源: 梦想(A Dream)梦想(A Dream)梦想(A Dream)梦想(A Dream)   es a blue whale. wow, it’s so big! it’s bigger than my classroom. oh no! there is a shark! help! help!  helen: what’s the matter, mary?  mary: i saw a shark. its teeth are so big!  helen: oh, it must be a dream.  mary: …yes, it’s a dream.梦想(A Dream)作文梦想(A Dream)作文范文梦想(A Dream)小学英语作文。
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  • 中国大私人物馆英文介绍:四海壶具物馆 --7 :00: 来源: 中国大私人物馆英文介绍:四海壶具物馆China's long history has resulted in numerous cultural relics which are held in both public and private museums throughout the country. The private museums detailed in our latest list are the finest and most famous examples of their kind in China.中国悠久的历史造就了无数文化遗产,这些遗产陈列在全国各个公共物馆和私人物馆中我们最新的榜单中的大私人物馆是中国所有物馆中最好的最著名的Some are themed and have unique characteristics, while some hold the largest collection of their kind in the country. There is no doubt that all of them enrich the cultural life of the country and even fill the blanks left by the collections held in government-owned museums.有的私人物馆有自己的主题和特色,有的拥有全国最大量的收藏品毫无疑问,所有的这大私人物馆充实了全国文化生活,甚至填补了政府物馆收藏的空白Top : Sihai Teapot Museum四海壶具物馆The museum was founded in 1987 in Shanghai by Xu Sihai, a famous teapot collector and purple clay artist. It was the China's first private museum and was established with the aim of promoting Chinese tea culture. The museum holds more than 300 teapot relics which range from the Neolithic Period to modern times, showcasing China's long and illustrious history of teapot making.四海壶具物馆由许四海先生于1987年建于上海,是一家有名的收藏壶具和紫砂艺术品的物馆,是中国第一家私人物馆,促进中国茶文化是它的建馆宗旨这里收藏了从新石器时代到现代的300多种不同壶具,展示了中国悠久杰出的壶具制造史 私人物馆英文介绍:四海壶具物馆。
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