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Correct 很对Teacher: Jimmy, what are the three words which pupils use most often at school? Jimmy: I don't know. Teacher: Correct.教师:吉米,学生在学校里经常用的三个字是什么? 吉米:不知道…… 教师:很对。 Article/200804/35893

她将会毕生保留着童年时的纯洁珍爱之心。她还会逗引孩童们,用许多奇异的故事,或许就是许久以前的这个梦游奇境,使得他们眼睛变得更加明亮热切。So she sat on, with closed eyes, and half believed herself in Wonderland, though she knew she had but to open them again, and all would change to dull reality--the grass would be only rustling in the wind, and the pool rippling to the waving of the reeds--the rattling teacups would change to tinkling sheep- bells, and the Queen's shrill cries to the voice of the shepherd boy--and the sneeze of the baby, the shriek of the Gryphon, and all thy other queer noises, would change (she knew) to the confused clamour of the busy farm-yard--while the lowing of the cattle in the distance would take the place of the Mock Turtle's heavy sobs. Lastly, she pictured to herself how this same little sister of hers would, in the after-time, be herself a grown woman; and how she would keep, through all her riper years, the simple and loving heart of her childhood: and how she would gather about her other little children, and make THEIR eyes bright and eager with many a strange tale, perhaps even with the dream of Wonderland of long ago: and how she would feel with all their simple sorrows, and find a pleasure in all their simple joys, remembering her own child-life, and the happy summer days. Article/201105/136143

丽萃,让我老实告诉你吧;如果你一碰到人家求婚,就象这样拒绝,那你一生一世都休想弄到一个丈夫。瞧你爸爸去世以后,还有谁来养你。;Aye, there she comes, ; continued Mrs. Bennet, ;looking as unconcerned as may be, and caring no more for us than if we were at York, provided she can have her own way. But I tell you, Miss Lizzy--if you take it into your head to go on refusing every offer of marriage in this way, you will never get a husband at all--and I am sure I do not know who is to maintain you when your father is dead. I shall not be able to keep you--and so I warn you. I have done with you from this very day. I told you in the library, you know, that I should never speak to you again, and you will find me as good as my word. I have no pleasure in talking to undutiful children. Not that I have much pleasure, indeed, in talking to anybody. People who suffer as I do from nervous complaints can have no great inclination for talking. Nobody can tell what I suffer! But it is always so. Those who do not complain are never pitied. ;Her daughters listened in silence to this effusion, sensible that any attempt to reason with her or soothe her would only increase the irritation. She talked on, therefore, without interruption from any of them, till they were joined by Mr. Collins, who entered the room with an air more stately than usual, and on perceiving whom, she said to the girls, ;Now, I do insist upon it, that you, all of you, hold your tongues, and let me and Mr. Collins have a little conversation together. ;Elizabeth passed quietly out of the room, Jane and Kitty followed, but Lydia stood her ground, determined to hear all she could; and Charlotte, detained first by the civility of Mr. Collins, whose inquiries after herself and all her family were very minute, and then by a little curiosity, satisfied herself with walking to the window and pretending not to hear. In a doleful voice Mrs. Bennet began the projected conversation: ;Oh! Mr. Collins!; Article/201108/151611

Mr. Gardiner left Longbourn on Sunday; on Tuesday his wife received a letter from him; it told them that, on his arrival, he had immediately found out his brother, and persuaded him to come to Gracechurch Street; that Mr. Bennet had been to Epsom and Clapham, before his arrival, but without gaining any satisfactory information; and that he was now determined to inquire at all the principal hotels in town, as Mr. Bennet thought it possible they might have gone to one of them, on their first coming to London, before they procured lodgings. Mr. Gardiner himself did not expect any success from this measure, but as his brother was eager in it, he meant to assist him in pursuing it. He added that Mr. Bennet seemed wholly disinclined at present to leave London and promised to write again very soon. There was also a postscript to this effect:嘉丁纳先生是星期日离开浪搏恩的。星期二他太太接到他一封信。信上说,他一到那里就找到了夫,把他劝到天恩寺街去。又说,他没有到达伦敦以前,班纳特先生曾到艾普桑和克拉普汗去过,可惜没有打听到一点儿满意的消息;又说他决定到城里各大旅馆去打听一下,因为班纳特先生认为,韦翰和丽迪雅一到伦敦,可能先住旅馆,然后再慢慢寻找房子。嘉丁纳先生本人并没有指望这种办法会获得什么成绩;既是夫非要那样做不可,也只有帮助他着手进行。信上还说,班纳特先生暂时根本不想离开伦敦,他答应不久就会再写一封信来。这封信上还有这样的一段附言: ;I have written to Colonel Forster to desire him to find out, if possible, from some of the young man#39;s intimates in the regiment, whether Wickham has any relations or connections who would be likely to know in what part of town he has now concealed himself. If there were anyone that one could apply to with a probability of gaining such a clue as that, it might be of essential consequence. At present we have nothing to guide us. Colonel Forster will, I dare say, do everything in his power to satisfy us on this head. But, on second thoughts, perhaps, Lizzy could tell us what relations he has now living, better than any other person. ;我已经写信给弗斯脱上校,请他尽可能在民兵团里把那个年轻小伙子的要好朋友找几个来打听一下,韦翰有没有什么亲友知道他躲藏在这个城里的哪一个区域。要是我们有这样的人可以请教,得到一些线索,那是大有用处的。目前我们还是无从捉摸。也许弗斯上校会尽量把这件事做得使我们满意。但倡我又想了一下,觉得丽萃也许比任何人都了解情况。会知道他现在还有些什么亲戚。Elizabeth was at no loss to understand from whence this deference to her authority proceeded; but it was not in her power to give any information of so satisfactory a nature as the compliment deserved. She had never heard of his having had any relations, except a father and mother, both of whom had been dead many years. It was possible, however, that some of his companions in the ----shire might be able to give more information; and though she was not very sanguine in expecting it, the application was a something to look forward to.伊丽莎白究竟为什么会受到这样的推崇,她自己完全知道,只可惜她提供不出什么令人满意的材料,所以也就受不起这样的恭维。 她除了听到韦翰谈起过他自己的父母以外,从来不曾听到他有什么亲友,况且他父母也都去世多年。某某郡民兵团里他的一些朋友们,可能提供得出一些材料,她虽说并不能对此存着过分的奢望,但究竟不妨试一试。 Article/201204/179170

“但是关于脚趾是怎么回事?”素甲鱼坚持说,“它怎么能用自己的鼻子扭转它们呢?” Alice said nothing; she had sat down with her face in her hands, wondering if anything would EVER happen in a natural way again. `I should like to have it explained,' said the Mock Turtle. `She can't explain it,' said the Gryphon hastily. `Go on with the next verse.' `But about his toes?' the Mock Turtle persisted. `How COULD he turn them out with his nose, you know?' `It's the first position in dancing.' Alice said; but was dfully puzzled by the whole thing, and longed to change the subject. `Go on with the next verse,' the Gryphon repeated impatiently: `it begins "I passed by his garden."' Alice did not dare to disobey, though she felt sure it would all come wrong, and she went on in a trembling voice:-- `I passed by his garden, and marked, with one eye, How the Owl and the Panther were sharing a pie--' Article/201104/131619

Reading Provides Necessary Survival Skills With the coming of the television age and the increasing emphasis on pictures and sound in all quarters of our society, many people would have us believe that we are moving rapidly away from ing as a necessary life skill. But this is not the case at all.Good ing is a more important life skill than ever before and the printed word continues to be the cornerstone of both higher education and better positions in the job market.For students, almost all studying involves ing. For adults, ing is day to day, either a stumbling block or a smooth path to pleasure and opportunity. This is why good ing hobits are not only an important study skill for the student, but also an important life skill for anyone.SCANNING - You can get a good idea about the material by taking a few moments right off to the title, chapter headings, section titles and headlines. The purpose of scanning is to get a quick understanding of what to expect from the ing, so that you will know what you are ing as you go along.Maps, charts, graphs and pictures are clues that will help the er to cue in on the content and organization of the material. This simple technique of scanning can help you for ideas because you will know where you are going when you begin to .READING SPEED - Another good ing habit is ing fast. The expression "haste makes waste" does not apply to ing. In fact, most people much too slowly. Right now you are probably ing this slower than you need for good comprehension. Studies show that fast ers are the best ers, and that slow ers often lose their concentration and comprehension abilities because their minds will wander out of boredom.Remember, nothing hurts concentration more than ing too slowly. Your mind will keep up with your ing speed if you ask it to. By always ing at your top speed, you challenge your understanding and make it easier for your mind to concentrate on the material.VOCABULARY BUILDING - For a person with good ing habits, a printed page contains not only words but ideas, actions, thoughts and feelings. But all these things are built on words. The more words you are familiar with, the less you are ware of ing words and the more you are aware of content and meaning. Expanding your vocabulary will help you to more effectively and rapidly.Many people simply skip over words they do not understand. This, naturally, hurts their overall comprehension. Other people stop at each new word and look it up in the dictionary, but this method can slow down your ing, affecting concentration and comprehension.But you can build your vocabulary without using a dictionary each time. Here are two rules:Pause for a moment on each new word and let it register in your mind.Try to guess what the word means from context clues, from the words around it.What happens with this method is that you will see the word again and again. Each time you will have a stronger impression of the meaning. Soon, the new word will be familiar and its meaning clear.The key to the method is to be alert to new words. Don't skip over them. You'll find you are adding to your vocabulary each day and a good strong vocabulary is a great help to ing quickly and with strong comprehension.Good ing habits like these can help students and working adults alike to be more successful. The special world of school and the real world of school and of everyday life can be more comfortable, productive and rewarding with the addition of simple yet important life skills such as good ing habits. 览群书能给你提供种种必要的生存技能因为进入了电视时代,社会生活的各方面都把图像和声响放在越来越重要的位置。所以有许多人认为我们应该迅速地改掉阅读这一生存所必须具备的技能,但实际情况根本就不是这样。现在良好的阅读能力是比过去任何时候都更加重要的一种生存技能。书面的文字资料依然是高等教育和就业市场上能找到较好职位的垫脚石。对学生来说,几乎任何课程都必须经过阅读;对成年人来说,坚持天天读,就是一条通往幸福快乐能够抓住大好机遇的一条平坦大道,否则就会成为你前进路上的绊脚石。因此,良好的阅读习惯不但是学生学习的重要技能,对任何人都是一种重要的生存技能。快速游览--拿到阅读材料先用极短的时间马上看看标题、篇章题目、小节的题目及文中的大号字体,以便能抓住这份材料的主要思想内容。快速游览的目的就是要迅速地理解你从这份阅读材料中所期望获得的信息,以便你能知道在你接着继续读下去的时候你将会读到些什么内容。各类地图、图表、曲线图和图片都是很有用的线索,为帮助读者去理解所读的材料的内容和组织结构提供一些启示。这种简易可行的快速浏览的技巧有助于你在阅读中抓住中心思想、段落大意,因为在你开始阅读以后你就会知道你将要读到的内容。阅读速度--还有一种良好的阅读习惯就是快速阅读。不能把"欲速则不达"这句话套用到阅读上。事实上绝大多数人的阅读实在是太慢了。也许此时此刻你在新闻记者本文时的速度要比为了更好地理解本文所需要的阅读速度更慢。多次调查研究都表明了,读得快阅读效果最好,读得慢就不能集中精神,因而也就丧失了理解力,由于感到枯燥,思想上就会开小差,心不在焉。切记,阅读速度太慢只能妨碍你集中注意力。如果你要求你的思路能与你的阅读速度保持同步,那你是能做到的。一贯用你所能达到的最快的速度来阅读,向你的理解力挑战,那么把你的思想全神贯注到所阅读的材料上就是很容易做到的了。 积累词汇--对于一个养成了良好阅读习惯的人来说,每一页文字资料里不只是包含一些词句,还饮食有一些观点、行动、思想和感情。但是,这一切都是通过词汇表达出来的。你所认识的词汇越多,你越会觉得你不是在阅读一个一个的孤立的单词,你越会更加去体会文章的内容和作者的意思。扩大了词汇量将会帮助你读得效率更高更快。很多人干脆把他们所不认识的词跳过去不管它。当然,这样会妨碍你对文章的整体理解。还有些人一遇到生词就停下来查词典,这种做法也会减慢你的阅读速度,会影响你不能全神贯注不能全面理解。每遇到生词,你可以不用去查词典,就能扩大你的词汇量。这里教给你两手绝活:一是每遇到一个生词,你稍稍停留片刻,把这个生词先存贮到脑海里;二是从上下文所提供的线索,从这句话的语言环境来试着猜一猜这个词的意思。使用这种方法就会出现这样的情况:在下文中你会一遍又一遍地见到这个词。每再见到一次你就会对该词的意义有更强烈的印象。不久,这个生词就会变成熟词,那么它的意义也就清楚明白了。使用这种方法的关键是要处处留心那些生词。不要对这些生词置之不理。这样,你就会发现你的词汇量每天都在扩大。有了很丰富的词汇量才能极大地提高你快速阅读的速度,才能使佻理解得更深刻。像上述这些良好的阅读习惯能帮助学生们和在职的成年人取得更大的成熟。由于养成了这些良好的阅读习惯,增强了这些简单易行的重要的生存技巧,在校读书的特殊环境,学生和日常生活的真实环境,就会变得更舒适,你就会取得更大的成就并从中获得更大的益处。 Article/200802/27816

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