：卖花女 -01- :5:5 来源： ACT ICovent Garden at . p.m. Torrents of heavy summer rain. Cab whistles blowing frantically in all directions. Pedestrians running shelter into the market and under the portico of St. Paul's Church, where there are aly several people, among them a lady and her daughter in evening dress. They are all peering out gloomily at the rain, except one man with his back turned to the rest, who seems wholly preoccupied with a notebook in which he is writing busily.The church clock strikes the first quarter.THE DAUGHTER[in the space between the central pillars, close to the one on her left] I'm getting chilled to the bone. What can Freddy be doing all this time? Hes been gone twenty minutes.THE MOTHER[On her daughter's right] Not so long. But he ought to have got us a cab by this.A BYSTANDER[on the lady's right] He wont get no cab not until half-past eleven, missus, when they come back after dropping their theatre fares.THE MOTHERBut we must have a cab. We cant stand here until half-past eleven. It's too bad.THE BYSTANDERWell, it aint my fault, missus.THE DAUGHTERIf Freddy had a bit of gumption, he would have got one at the theatre door.THE MOTHERWhat could he have done, poor boy?THE DAUGHTEROther people got cabs. Why couldnt he?Freddy rushes in out of the rain from the Southampton Street side, and comes between them closing a dripping umbrella. He is a young man of twenty, in evening dress, very wet around the ankles.THE DAUGHTERWell, havnt you got a cab?FREDDYTheres not one to be had love or money.THE MOTHEROh, Freddy, there must be one. You cant have tried.THE DAUGHTERIt's too tiresome. Do you expect us to go and get one ourselves?FREDDYI tell you theyre all engaged. The rain was so sudden: nobody was prepared; and everybody had to take a cab. Ive been to Charing Cross one way and nearly to Ludgate Circus the other; and they were all engaged.THE MOTHERDid you try Trafalgar Square?FREDDYThere wasnt one at Trafalgar Square.THE DAUGHTERDid you try?FREDDYI tried as far as Charing Cross Station. Did you expect me to walk to Hammersmith?THE DAUGHTERYou havnt tried at all.THE MOTHERYou really are very helpless, Freddy. Go again; and dont come back until you have found a cab.FREDDYI shall simply get soaked nothing.THE DAUGHTERAnd what about us? Are we to stay here all night in this draught, with next to nothing on. You selfish pig--FREDDYOh, very well: I'll go, I'll go. [He opens his umbrella and dashes off Strandwards, but comes into collision with a flower girl, who is hurrying in shelter, knocking her basket out of her hands. A blinding flash of lightning, followed instantly by a rattling peal of thunder, orchestrates the incident].THE FLOWER GIRLNah then, Freddy: look wh' y' gowin, deah.FREDDYSorry [he rushes off].THE FLOWER GIRL[picking up her scattered flowers and replacing them in the basket] Theres menners f' yer! Te-oo banches o voylets trod into the mad. [She sits down on the plinth of the column, sorting her flowers, on the lady's right. She is not at all an attractive person. She is perhaps eighteen, perhaps twenty, hardly older. She wears a little sailor hat of black straw that has long been exposed to the dust and soot of London and has seldom if ever been brushed. Her hair needs washing rather badly: its mousy color can hardly be natural. She wears a shoddy black coat that reaches nearly to her knees and is shaped to her waist. She has a brown skirt with a coarse apron. Her boots are much the worse wear. She is no doubt as clean as she can afd to be; but compared to the ladies she is very dirty. Her features are no worse than theirs; but their condition leaves something to be desired; and she needs the services of a dentist].THE MOTHERHow do you know that my son's name is Freddy, pray?THE FLOWER GIRLOw, eez ye-ooa san, is e? Wal, fewd dan y' de-ooty bawmz a mather should, eed now bettern to spawl a pore gel's flahrzn than ran awy athaht pyin. Will ye-oo py me f'them? [Here, with apologies, this desperate attempt to represent her dialect without a phonetic alphabet must be abandoned as unintelligible outside London.]THE DAUGHTERDo nothing of the sort, mother. The idea!THE MOTHERPlease allow me, Clara. Have you any pennies?THE DAUGHTERNo. I've nothing smaller than sixpence.THE FLOWER GIRL[hopefully] I can give you change a tanner, kind lady. 5 英语 话剧 剧本我们老板一切照章办事-- :6:1 My boss does everything by the book. 我们老板一切照章办事 Do everything by the book.就整个是个“本本主义” 常出差的人对book一定不陌生，因为book做动词时是“预定、预购”的意思，比如“订机票”是book a plane ticket.We Love Sports 我们热爱运动 -- :38: 来源： We Love Sports 我们热爱运动 Everyone in our school likes sports. Every morning, after we get up, we do morning exercises. And after the second class, we do exercises again. We only have PE classes twice a week, but we do sports at five every afternoo. We have school basketball, football and volleyball teams, and our teams often have matches with teams from other schools. Besides ball games, some of us like running, jumping and swimming. Once a year we have a sports meeting. 我校人人都喜爱运动每天早晨起床后，我们做早操下第二节课后我们又做课间操 我们每周只上两节体育课，可是我们每天下午五点都做运动我们有校篮球队、足球队和排球队，这些队常与外校比赛 除了球类运动之外，我们有些人喜爱跑、跳和游泳我们每年举行一次运动会不可思议的印度英文介绍 -- :01:1 来源： 不可思议的印度英文介绍印度是一个迷人的国度，恰如其旅游标语所言，是“不可思议的印度”这是一个现代与古代文化、奢华与平穷共存的地方India is a fascinating country, aptly described by its tourism slogan "Incredible India". It's a place where modern and ancient cultures coexist, luxury and poverty collide, and efficiency and carelessness meet. It is home to breathtaking world heritage, unique natural sceneries as well as surprising and interesting folk customs. To experience India, you have to touch it with your feet, see it with your eyes and feel it with your heart. 印度英文介绍我的班级小学英语作文范文 -- :50: 来源： 我的班级小学英语作文范文I'm Steven ,i'm in Class Grade 5. There are 50 students in my class. are boys and are girls. My classmates are active and kind. Our teachers like us very much. They feel good to have lectures in my class. In my class, we have good relationship with each other. We are y to help others. I think my classmates are lovely. I feel happy to study with them.我叫Steven，是五年级二班的学生我们班共有50名学生，个男生，个女生我们班的同学很活跃，很友善，老师都很喜欢我们他们觉得在我们班上课很好在班上，我们与每个人关系都很好，我们总是随时帮助别人我认为我的同学很可爱，和他们一起学习我觉得很开心
小学英语作文：My Best Friend --31 :: 来源： 小学英语作文：My Best FriendHello，this is my best friend,Li Ming.He is a boy sitting in front of me.大家好，这是我最好的朋友，李明他坐在我的后面We often playcomputergames together and do homework together. I admire him very much,not onlybecause that he plays computer games better than me,but also that he usually gets higher grades than me.We share happiness and sadness together,he knows everythingabout me.我们经常一起玩游戏，一起做家庭作业我很崇拜他，不仅仅是因为他电脑游戏玩得比我好，也是因为他经常考得比好我们分享各自的快乐与忧伤，他知道我的所有事情
你喜欢我吗?(Do you like me?) --01 ::7 来源： 你喜欢我吗?(Do you like me?) hello, i’m han yueyuan . i’m a girl. i’m years old. i’m m hangzhou. i have long hair , small eyes, small mouth. i like english very much. i’m very happy every day. my favourite food is cake ,because it’s sweet. my favourite fruit are apples. they are tasty and healthy. an apple a day keeps doctor way. my favourite day is fridays, because we have english on the fridays. on the saturdays and sundays i often do housework，i’m helpful. i can wash the clothes, water the flowers, make the bed. i can’t do the dishes, but i’d like to try. do you like me?