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Lapidary: 简洁优雅的 -01-6 3:8:57 来源: 刚讲过highfalutin可以指在写作上"言辞浮华,夸大其词",您不免要问,怎么用英语表达另一种文风--言语简练、精辟、毫不造作?今天谈的lapidary可以帮您解答这个疑问Lapidary原指"宝石;宝石商",做形容词时,可以指"刻在石头上的",源于希腊语lapis(石头)一直到现在,我们还可看到一系列与lapis相关的"石头"词汇,如:lapidify(石化)、lapis lazuli(天青石)、lapidate(用石头砸死某人),而"宝石"又怎么能引申为"犀利的文风"呢?理解这个稍有跨度的词义转变,得需要一点点的想象力如果看过霍达那部《穆斯林的葬礼,您应该明白在宝石上镂刻花纹时,绝对要"捶捶定乾坤",每一次捶凿不仅仅需要打磨匠的"谨慎"和"细致",更需要他恰到好处的"力度"假若这些素质能被作家所吸收,他创作出的作品一定不会绯丽冗繁、矫饰无力想一想,在汉语中,还有什么词能比"精辟"更能体现这种"凿之有声"的写作风格呢?举个例子来加深我们对lapidary的理解:A lapidary style of literary writing stresses precision, depth and lean refinement(所谓文风精辟,是指用词要准确、内容要深刻、语言要优美和简练)(中国日报网站编译) 优雅 简洁 宝石 lapidary社会充满着不公平现象,别试着去改造它,只能去适应它,因为你管不了它,所有的人不会在意你的自尊,他们只在乎你的成就,在你还没有成绩之前,切勿过分的强调自尊,因为你越强调你的自尊,形式就越会对你不利 你也许只是个中学毕业,通常不会成为CEO,直到你把CEO职位拿到手为止,此时所有人才不会介意你当初只是个初中生 当你陷入困境时,不要抱怨,你只能默默的吸取经验教训,你要悄悄的振作起来,重新的找回I believe that what we often call survival skills is simply creativity at work.When I think about how my mother fed all seven of us, making us think that every day was a “different meal,” I still appreciate how much a creative cook can do with a single potato.And it wasn’t just in the kitchen. She would flip her old Singer sewing machine upright, study pictures in books and magazines, then make ethnic versions of those same dolls and stuffed animals to sell at church fundraisers. Without a TV in the house to distract us, we made the dolls come to life, filling the hollow fabric sleeves one fistful of cotton at a time.My mother made her own clothes, all my sisters’ prom and wedding dresses. I always knew when she was making something, because she would be singing or humming. She sang all the way through her home correspondence courses in floral design and interior decorating. She made being creative as normal as breathing and encouraged our participation by telling us that “idle hands and minds were the devil’s workshop.”I believe that happy children are those given the freedom to be expressive, to discover, to create their own “refrigerator door” masterpieces. I remember mixing tempera paints with powdered detergent and painting the Baskin-Robbins windows every Christmas season. Not money, but all the ice cream I could eat. And every time I saw people look up at the window and smile I knew I was getting the best part of the deal.I believe that the highest quality of life is full of art and creative expression and that all people deserve it. I believe in a broad definition of what art is and who artists are Barbers, cooks, auto detailers, janitors and gardeners have as much right to claims of artistry as designers, architects, painters and sculptors. Every day, our streets and school buses become art galleries in the m of perfectly spiked hair, zigzagging cornrows and dizzying shoelace artistry.My first collection of art was a milk crate full of comic books. I survived the projects and my teenage years inspired by my favorite character, the Black Panther, who had only his mind and no superpowers, and Luke Cage, the thick-skinned inner-city Hero Hire. By the time my “bookish” reputation and thick glasses became a target the neighborhood bullies, I responded by composing juvenile, but truly “heroic” rhyming couplets in my head.Ever since high school, words have continued to serve as my first weapon of choice and my salvation. Many of life’s challenges need creative solutions. I believe creativity — in all its many ms — can change the way we think and operate. Celebrating the creativity around us helps maintain our sanity and keeps us happy.Frank X Walker is Assistant Professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University. He coined the word “Affrilachian" to describe African-Americans living in Appalachia, and he helped found a group of Affrilachian poets. Walker is the author of three collections of poetry and was awarded a prestigious Lannan Literary Fellowship in . 65我祖母,上帝保佑她,认为所有的人都应当劳动,刚才在吃饭时她对我说,你必须学会做一些好事,用粘土、木头、金属或布匹做材料,制作一种对人类有用的东西The Shepherd’s1) Daughter It is the opinion of my grandmother,God bless her,that all men should labour,and at the table,a moment ago,she said to me :You must learn to do some good work,the ma king of some item useful to man,something out of clay,or out of wood,or metal,or cloth.It is not proper a young man to be ignorant) of an honourable craft3).Is there anything you can make?Can you make a simple table,a chair,a plain dish,a rug,a coffee pot?If there anything you can do?And my grandmother looked at me with anger.I know,she said,you are supposed to be a writer,and I suppose you are.You certainly smoke enough cigarettes to be anything,and the whole house is full of the smoke,but you must learn to make solid things,things that can be used,that can be seen and touched.There was a king of the Persians,said my grandmother,and he had a son,and this son fell in love with a shepherd’s daughter.He went to his father and he said,My Lord,I love a shepherd’s daughter,and I would have her my wife.And the king said,I am king and you are my son,and when I die you shall be king,how can it be that you would marry the daughter of a shepherd?And the son said,My Lord,I do not know but I know that I love this girl and would have her my queen.The king saw that his son’s love the girl was from God,and he said,I will send a message to her.And he called a messenger to him and he said,Go to the shepherd’ s daughter and say that my son loves her and would have her his wife.And the messenger went to the girl and he said,The king’s son loves you and would have you his wife.And the girl said,What labour does he do?And the messenger said,Why,he is the son of the king;he does no labour.And the girl said,He must learn to do some labour.And the messenger returned to the king and spoke the words of the shepherd’s daughter.The king said to his son,The shepherd’s daughter wishes you to learn some craft.Would you still have her your wife?And t he son said,Yes,I will learn to weave straw rugs.And the boy was taught to weave rugs) of straw,in patterns and in colours and with ornamental5) designs,and at the end of three days he was making very fine straw rugs,and the messenger returned to the shepherd’s daughter,and he said,These rugs of straw are the work of the king’s son.And the girl went with the messenger to the king’s palace,and she became the wife of the king’s son.One day,said my grandmother,the king’s son was walking through the streets of Baghdad,and he came upon an eating place which was so clean and cool that he entered it and sat at a table.This place,said my grandmother,was a place of thieves and murderers,and they took the king’s son and placed him in a large dungeon where many great men of the city were being held,and the thieves and murderers were killing the fattest of the men and fee ding them to the leanest of them,and making sport of it.The king’s son was of the leanest of the men,and it was not known that he was the son of the king of the Persians,so his life was s pared,and he said to the thieves and murderers,I am a weaver of straw rugs and these rugs have great value.And they brought him straw and asked him to weave and in three days he weaved three rugs,and he said,Carry these to the palace of the king of the Persians,and each rug he will give you a hundred gold pieces of money.And the rugs were carried to the palace of the king,and when the king saw the rugs he saw that they were the work of his son and he took the rugs to the shepherd’s daughter and he said,These rugs were brought to the palace and they are the work of my son who is lost.And the shepherd’s daughter took each rug and looked at it closely and in the design of each rug she saw in the written language of the Persians a message from her husband,and she related this message to the king.And the king,said my grandmother,sent many soldiers to the place of the thieves and murderers,and the soldiers rescued6) all the captives7) and killed all the thieves and murderers,and the king’s son was returned safely to the palace of his father,and to the company of his wife,the little shepherd’ s daughter.And when the boy went into the palace and saw again his wife,he humbled himself bee her and he embraced her feet,and he said,My love,it is because of you that I am alive,and the king was greatly pleased with the shepherd’s daughter.Now,said my grandmother,do you see why every man should learn an honourable craft?I see very clearly,I said,and as soon as I earn enough money to buy a saw and a hammer and a piece of lumber I shall do my best to make a simple chair or a shelf books. □by William Saroyan英语口语听力易混淆词学习(3) -01-7 18:5:51 来源: ) end on:两端相碰,正对e.g. The two ships collided each other end on.We shouldn’t place the bicycles end on.on end:竖着,连续地,不断地e.g. Place the box on end.She often works hours on end. 1) familiar to:某事为某人熟知 e.g. There were facts not familiar to me.familiar with:熟悉或通晓某事e.g. He is familiar with English, German and French..) feel sb.:同情某人,为某人难过e.g. I feel you in your sorrow.feel sth:(用手、脚、棍子等)摸索,寻找某物e.g. She felt under the pillow her watch.3) a moment:片刻,一会儿e.g. She was silent a moment, weighing in her mind the pros and cons. the moment:此刻、暂时e.g. I cannot recall his name the moment.) get down:下去,下来;写下来e.g. The bus was so jammed that I could not get down.Here’s the telephone number I got down you.get down to:认真着手进行处理e.g. It is no good shirking the job, it will have to be got down to.5) get into trouble with sb.:遭到某人的(训斥等)e.g. Poor Tom is always getting into trouble with the boss.get sb. into trouble:使某人陷入困境e.g. The letter got me into trouble.6) give sb. a hand:帮助某人或参与某人做某事e.g. Give me a hand with the cleaning, please.give sb. one’s hand:与某人握手e.g. She gave me her hand and wished me a good trip.7) go through:检查,搜查;通过,穿过e.g. They went through our luggage at the customs.It took us a whole week to go through the great est.go through with:把……坚持到底e.g. We should go through with the experiment now we’ve started.) good :有益于e.g. This book is good your English study. good:永久地e.g. The lost money was gone good.9) have a fancy :爱好,喜爱e.g. She has a fancy nice clothes.have a fancy that:猜想,认为e.g. I have a fancy that he will come tonight. 学习 混淆 听力 英语口语As yesterday is history, and tomorrow may never come, I have resolved from this day on, I will do all the business I can honestly, have all the fun I can reasonably, do all the good I can willingly, and save my digestion. 既然昨日已是历史,明天或许不会到来,我决定自今日起,诚实地做好每件事,适度地享受所有的欢娱,做心甘情愿做的所有好事,拯救我的消化力 8

Nothing succeeds like confidence.When you are truly confident,it radiates from you like sunlight,and attracts success to you like a magnet.It's important to believe in yourself.Believe that you can do it under any circumstances,because if you believe you can,then you really will.The belief keeps you searching answers,which means that pretty soon you will get them.Confidence is more than an attitude. It comes from knowing exactly where you are going and exactly how you are going to get there. It comes from acting with integrity and confidence.It comes from a strong sense of purpose.It comes from a strong commitment to take responsibility,rather than just letting life happen.One way to develop self-confidence is to do the thing you fear and to get a record of successful experiences behind you.Confidence is compassionate and understanding.It is not arrogant. Arrogance is born out of fear and insecurity,while confidence comes from strength and integrity.Confidence is not just believing you can do it. Confidence is knowing you can do it.Know that you are capable of accomplish anything you want,and live your life with confidence.Anything can be achieved through focused,determined eft and self-confidence.If your life is not what you want it to be,you have the power to change it,and you must make the changes on a moment by moment basis. Live your priorities. Live with your goals and your plan of action. Live each moment with your priorities in mind. Act with your own purpose,and you will have the life you want. 735

朋友们真挚的友谊以及美妙的音乐都给我带来无穷无尽的欢乐和慰藉最重要的是,我越来越意识到,在我日复一日的祷告中,当我聆听上帝的启示之时,我正日益与他靠近,并通过他接近永恒 One Girl Changed My LifeMy childhood and adolescence were a joyous outpouring of energy, a ceaseless quest expression, skill, and experience. School was only a background to the supreme delight of lessons in music, dance, and dramatics, and the thrill of sojourns in the country, theaters, concerts. And books, big Braille books that came with me on streetcars, to the table, and to bed. Then one night at a high school dance, a remark, not intended my ears, stabbed my youthful bliss “That girl, what a pity she is blind.” Blind! That ugly word that implied everything dark, blank, rigid, and helpless. Quickly I turned and called out, Please don’t feel sorry me, I’m having lots of fun. But the fun was not to last.  With the advent of college, I was brought to grips with the problem of earning a living. Part-time teaching of piano and harmony and, upon graduation, occasional concerts and lectures, proved only partial sources of livelihood. In terms of time and eft involved, the financial remuneration was disheartening. This induced within me searing self-doubt and dark moods of despondency. Adding to my dismal sense of inadequacy was the repeated experience of seeing my sisters and friends go off to exciting dates. How grateful I was my piano, where—through Chopin, Brahms, and Beethoven—I could mingle my longing and seething energy with theirs. And where I could dissolve my frustration in the beauty and grandeur of their conceptions.  Then one day, I met a girl, a wonderful girl, an army nurse, whose faith and stability were to change my whole life. As our acquaintance ripened into friendship, she discerned, behind a shell of gaiety, my recurring plateaus of depression. She said, “Stop knocking on closed doors. Keep up your beautiful music. I know your opporty will come. You’re trying too hard. Why don’t you relax, and have you ever tried praying?”  The idea was strange to me. It sounded too simple. Somehow, I had always operated on the premise that, if you wanted something in this world, you had to go out and get it yourself. Yet, sincerity and hard work had yielded only meager returns, and I was willing to try anything. Experimentally, self-consciously, I cultivated the daily practice of prayer. I said God, show me the purpose which You sent me to this world. Help me to be of use to myself and to humanity.  In the years to follow, the answers began to arrive, clear and satisfying beyond my most optimistic anticipation. One of the answers was Enchanted Hills, where my nurse friend and I have the privilege of seeing blind children come alive in God’s out-of-doors. Others are the never-ending sources of pleasure and comt I have found in friendship, in great music, and, most important of all, in my growing belief that as I attune my life to divine revelation, I draw closer to God and, through Him, to immortality. 3

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