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英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- ::51 来源: . Obligation1. You’re supposed to do your homework bee 5:00.. I have to finish my homework first.3. You must do it right now.. You ought to have your breakfast first.5. You should do it first.6. Are we required to work out the plan today?7. Is there any need us to get a visa?8. I think it is necessary.9. I don’t really think you want to.. I’m obliged to offer my resignation.Dialogue 1M1: Well, Peter, you have to do better than that next time, won’t you?M: Have I really got to do those exams again, Dad?M1: Of course, you have. You must try harder this time.M: And must I go back to school?M1: No, you needn’t do that. You’d better get a part-time job somewhere and go to evening classes.M: But Dad, I should be working full-time at my age. I’m nearly .M1: You ought to have worked harder then you wouldn’t have failed your exams. You have to take a job and study.M: What else I’ve got to do? Join the army?M1: Who knows! That might come to later.Dialogue W: Do I have to write the invitation cards?M: No, you don’t have to. But I think you ought to.W: Oh, well. If I must, I must.Dialogue 3W: You know, you really ought to get a new pair of jeans. Those are falling to pieces.M: But this is how I like them, Mum. They’re just beginning to look right.W: Well, you’d better get another pair work at least or your sacking on the sport.Dialogue M: How’re you today?W: Pretty good, thanks. And you?M: What’s the main idea in this essay?W: The ed Nations should have more authority.Dialogue 5W: What’re you doing now?M: I’m watching TV.W: You’re supposed to clean your teeth bee you go to bed.M: I will.W: And don’t ever get it.Dialogue 6M: Betty, something is burning. Can you smell it?W: You’re right.M: Look! The iron is still on.W: I should have turned it off. I’ll turn it off now.M: Look at my nice blue shirt, there’s a big hole in it.W: I’m sorry, Jim.M: Never mind, dear.I have some obligations today. I should copy these sentences, add this figures, but I don’t feel like it. Then my mother comes back. She complains she also has some obligations. She ought to tidy the room, dust the furniture, polish the floor and cook meal. My father is no exception either. He’s supposed to wash the car, repair the fence and post these letters. What a busy day! 小时 上半 每天 英语口语固原治疗细菌性前列腺炎多少钱Everyday English每日会话:Musical Itrument 乐器 -01-7 19::36 来源: Bobby: Kelly! guess what I got Xmas from my folks? Kelly: How can I possibly guess what your parents gave you Christmas? Bobby: Just try to guess. Kelly: Did they give you clothes? Bobby: No! You are really cold. Have another try. Kelly: Maybe a game? Bobby: No, no, no! It was way cooler than that! Kelly: Bobby, I am bored. How can I possibly guess what your parents gave you? Bobby: They got me an electric guitar! Kelly: I feel so sorry your neighbors! 鲍比:凯莉,你猜我从我父母那得到了什么圣诞礼物? 凯莉:我怎么可能猜得到你父母给了你什么圣诞礼物? 鲍比:试着猜猜看 凯莉:他们给你的是衣吗? 鲍比:不是!再猜猜看 凯莉:也许是? 鲍比:错、错、错!比要酷多了! 凯莉:鲍比,我觉得很无聊我怎么可能猜得到你父母给了你什么? 鲍比:他们给了我一个电吉他! 凯莉:我真同情你的邻居!----------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW WORDS (生词) 1) Folks: parents 父母 My folks were very strict and said that I had to come home bee midnight even if I was at a party. 我的父母很严厉,他们说即便我去参加晚会也必须在午夜前回家 ) Video game: a game played on a computer or console like Play Station :在电脑上或诸如游戏站的控制台上玩的游戏 I have wasted so many hours playing games instead of studying. 我已经浪费了太多的时间玩游戏,而没有学习 3) Electric guitar: a musical instrument, a guitar that uses electricity to make it loud 电吉他:一种乐器,用电来发出响声的吉他 Most teenage boys dream of having an electric guitar and of becoming a rock star one day. 十几岁的男孩子大多都梦想有一个电吉他,并且某一天能成为摇滚明星 Dialogue (对话) Jessie: Did your parents ever make you learn a musical instrument when you were younger? Tina: I went to piano lessons every Saturday morning five years. Jessie: Did you like going or did you parents ce you? Tina: They ced me to go. I really hated it. Jessie: I used to wait until my brother went out with his friends and then borrowed his guitar. Tina: Can you play any songs on the guitar? Jessie: I can still remember some of them, I suppose. Tina: I have a guitar in the closet. Maybe you could play something me? Jessie: No problem! It will be like re-visiting my childhood. 杰茜:你小的时候你父母让你学过乐器吗? 蒂娜:有五年的时间我每个星期六早晨去上钢琴课 杰茜:你自己愿意去的还是你父母强迫你去的? 蒂娜:他们强迫我去的我真的很讨厌去 杰茜:我曾经等到哥哥跟朋友出门的时候借他的吉他 蒂娜:你能用吉他演奏歌曲吗? 杰茜:我想我还能记得一些 蒂娜:我的壁橱里有一个吉他,也许你能给我弹一首? 杰茜:没问题!就好象重返童年一样 每日 nbsp 父母 吉他固原包皮切割多少费用常用英语900句:关于购物 About Shoing -01-7 :: 来源: About Shopping 关于购物96. Will you go shopping with me? 你跟我去买东西吗?97. Here's your change. 这是找你的钱98. I'll go to pick up some odds and ends at the store.我要到商店买些零碎的东西99. Excuse me, would you tell me where I can get some butter?打扰一下,您能告诉我黄油在哪儿卖吗?500. May I have a look at the watch? 我能看看这块表吗?501. May I try it on? 我能试试吗?5. This is too small me. Do you have a bigger one?这个太小了,有大点的吗?5. Do you have any more colors? 有别的颜色吗?5. What's your size? 你穿多大号?5. It suits you to a T. 特别适合你5. It's too expensive me. 对于我来说太贵了5. Can you came down a bit? 可以再便宜点吗?5. I'll take it. 我买了5. How much is it? 这卖多少钱?5. How much do I owe you? 我该付多少钱? 购物 关于 英语 常用How I've Been Enriched by BeggarsOutside our hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a seemingly ancient woman on crutches waited beside the door with her hand outstretched. Every day I put my hand in hers as our eyes met. She never failed to return my smile, my grasp, and my greeting.On the last day of our visit, I found myself alone on a busy corner across the street from our hotel. Bicycles and motorbikes careened in front of me. We had been advised to walk straight through the teeming traffic without looking right or left. Let them avoid us. But tonight I was by myself and felt inadequate to face the torrent of vehicles. As I hesitated on the curb, I felt a hand on my elbow and looked down to see the smile of my small beggar friend looking up at me. She nodded her head toward the street, indicating that she would take me across.Together, we moved slowly into the chaos as she gently prodded me ward. When we reached the center of the crossing, I looked down at her again, and couldn't resist exclaiming, "You have the most beautiful smile." She obviously knew little English, but must have recognized the tone, she threw both arms and crutches around me in a big hug, while the traffic streamed by us on both sides.Then we precariously moved on toward the sidewalk, where she pulled my face down to hers, kissed me on both cheeks, and then limped away, still smiling and waving back to me. I had not given her a single coin. We had shared something vastly more important—a warming of hearts in friendship. This experience remained me of something Mother Teresa once said "If you cannot do great things, you can do small things with great love."To look beggars in the eye and smile, thus acknowledging their existence, is a small thing. Putting your hand into another's outstretched hand and grasping it firmly a moment is also a small thing. Learning to use a greeting in the local language is not too difficult. But these are important.Traveling in poorer nations, I have witnessed a variety of ways to deal with beggars. The most common response of tourists faced with the poverty-stricken is to ignore them and focus their eyes elsewhere. I have seen people push away an outstretched hand in angry annoyance. A few may hastily drop a few coins into a beseeching palm, and then execute a quick getaway in hopes that another ragged pursuers won't immediately appear on the scene.But I feel it's worthwhile to try to live by the words of English author John Cowper Powys "No one can consider himself wholly civilized who does not look upon every individual, without a single exception, as of deep and startling interest." I've learned that those considered the world's most hopeless are so often rich in humanity, with hearts yearning to be affirmed—and y to respond.My life continues to be enriched by connecting with everyday humanity. Each time I do this, I rediscover that what I have been given is far beyond monetary value. And I reaffirm that everyone is worthy—and worth knowing. 7661固原市割包皮价格

固原地区人民医院治疗前列腺疾病多少钱固原割包皮医院哪家好An October SunriseI was up the next morning bee the October sunrise, and away through the wild and the woodland. The rising of the sun was noble in the cold and warmth of it peeping down the sp of light, he raised his shoulder heavily over the edge of grey mountain and wavering length of upland. Beneath his gaze the dew-fogs dipped, and crept to crept to the hollow places; then stole away in line and column, holding skirts, and clinging subtly at the sheltering corners where rock hung over grassland, while the brave lines of the hills came th, one beyond other gliding. The woods arose in folds, like drapery of awakened mountains, stately with a depth of awe, and memory of the tempests. Autumn’s mellow hand was upon them, as they owned aly, touched with gold and red and olive, and their joy towards the sun was less to a bridegroom than a father.Yet bee the floating impress of the woods could clear it self, suddenly the gladsome light leaped over hill and valley, casting amber, blue, and purple, and a tint of rich red rose; according to the scene they lit on, and the curtain flung around; yet all alike dispelling fear and the cloven hoof of darkness, all on the wings of hope advancing, and proclaiming, “God is here!” then life and joy sprang reassured from every crouching hollow; every flower, and bud and bird had a fluttering sense of them; and all the flashing of God’s gaze merged into soft beneficence.So, perhaps, shall break upon us that eternal morning, when crag and chasm shall be no more, neither hill and valley, nor great unvintaged ocean; but all things shall arise, and shine in the light of the Father’s countenance, because itself is risen. 6766爱车微型Cooper漂亮得简直让人想拧一把它的轮胎Hanging1) with Mini CooperThe Mini Cooper is so cute,we just wan t to pinch its tires.A thoroughly modern version) of the original Mini,this agile3) sport sedan) --which features a new multilink suspension5) --is equally at home on winding roads and urban streets.A sprightly6) 1-horsepower engine matches the free-revving spirit of the original,which made its name on the European racing circuit in the 1960s.The Mini,now manufactured by BMW,arrived in Europe earlier this year;it hits America next spring.平凉市第一人民医院阳痿早泄价格生病、受伤时陈述症状的日常英语 -- :6:6 来源: 你不舒吗? Are you feeling okay? *见到身体状况不好的人时的问话 Do you feel all right? 你怎么了? What wrong? *wrong “身体不舒” What wrong? (你怎么了?) Im not feeling well. (我觉得身体有点不对劲) Is anything wrong? Are you okay? What the matter? *matter“问题”、“麻烦” Is everything all right? 你的脸色真不好 You look pale. *pale“脸色不好的,没有血色的” You look pale. Are you okay? (你的脸色很难看没事吧?) I guess Im just tired. (我想可能是有点儿累了) You dont look well. (你看上去身体不太好) 我觉得难受 I dont feel well. I dont feel well. (我觉得难受) Please sit down a while. (你坐会儿吧) Im not feeling well. 你好像不太舒 You dont look well. *look“看上去……” You dont look well. (你好像不太舒) I have a cold. (我感冒了) 她昏过去了 She passed out. *pass out“昏过去,失去知觉” 我觉得难受 I feel sick. I dont feel well. I feel bad. 我肚子疼 I have a stomachache. *stomachache“胃痛,腹痛” I have a stomachache. (我肚子疼) How long have you had it? (疼多长时间了?) I have a stomachache. (我肚子疼) Did you eat too much? (是不是吃多了?) My stomach hurts. 隐隐作痛 I have a dull pain. 钻心地疼 I have a sharp pain. 一跳一跳地疼 I have a throbbing pain. *throb“一跳一跳地”、“突突地跳” 我感到巨痛 I have a piercing pain. *pierce“(痛苦等)刺骨,刻骨” 像针扎似地疼 I have a stabbing pain. *stab“刺”、“针扎” 我拉肚子了 I have diarrhea. *diarrhea“拉肚子” 我食物中毒了 I have food poisoning. 血压高低 I have highlow blood pressure. *blood pressure“血压” 我头疼 I have a headache. What happened, sir? (你怎么了?) I have a headache. (我头疼) My head hurts. My head is pounding. I have a splitting headache. (我的头像裂了似地疼) 我牙疼 I have a toothache. I have a toothache. (我牙疼) When did it start? (什么时候开始的?) My tooth hurts. My tooth is killing me. (我的牙疼死了) 我头晕目眩 I feel dizzy. 我浑身没劲 I feel sluggish. I feel tired. 我没有一点儿食欲 I dont have any appetite. *appetite“食欲” I dont have any appetite. (我没有食欲) You should eat something. (那你也得吃点儿东西) I dont have much of an appetite these days. (最近我没什么食欲) 我有点儿感冒 I have a slight cold. 我浑身发冷 I feel chilly. I feel chilly. (我浑身发冷) Here, wear my jacket. (给,穿上我的夹克吧) 我得了重感冒 I have a bad cold. 鼻子堵了 I have a stuffy nose. *stuffy 用于“鼻子不通气”的时候 我在流鼻涕 I have a runny nose. *runny“流鼻涕的” My nose is running. My nose wont stop running. 我有点儿发烧 I have a bit of a fever. 我好像发烧了 I think I have a fever. I think I have a fever. (我好像发烧了) Let check. (试试表) 我在发高烧 I have a high temperature. 我想吐 I feel like throwing up. I feel nauseous. 好疼!好烫! Ouch! *常用于感到突然的钻心的疼痛和烫手时 Ouch! (好疼!好烫!) Be careful! (小心点儿) Ow! It hurts! 痒痒 It itchy. 啊嚏! Ahchoo! Ahchoo! (啊嚏!) Bless you. (多保重) 我腿骨折了 I broke my leg. What happened? (你怎么了?) I broke my leg. (我腿骨折了) 要打多长时间石膏? How long will the cast be on? *cast“石膏” How long will the cast be on? (要打多长时间石膏?) One more month. (还得有一个月) 我把手给烫了 I burned my hand. I burned my hand. (我把手给烫了) How did you burn your hand? (怎么烫着的?) 我崴脚了 I sprained my ankle. *sprain表示踝关节等处的“挫伤、扭伤”,ankle为踝关节 I sprained my ankle. (我崴脚了) How? (怎么弄的?) I sprained it playing golf. (是打高尔夫球的时候崴的) I twisted my ankle. I twisted my ankle. (我崴脚了) Well, I can call help. (那,我叫人来帮忙) 你把感冒传染给我了 I caught a cold from you. 我必须静养 I must stay in bed. *stay in bed 是惯用说法,“静养休息” 我肩膀酸痛 I have stiff shoulders. *肩膀“发酸、发紧”时用stiff来表示 My shoulders are stiff. 我眼睛发酸 My eyes are tired. 有谁受伤了? Is somebody hurt? 我退烧了 My fever has gone down. 我咳嗽不止 I cant stop coughing. *cough“咳嗽” 我嗓子疼 My throat sore. *sore“火辣辣地疼” I have a sore throat. 我流血了 It bleeding. 我这儿割破了 Ive got a cut here. I have a cut here. 好疼 It hurts. 我被蜜蜂蜇了 I got stung by a bee. 我需要动手术吗? Do I need an operation? Do I need an operation? (要动手术吗?) I dont think that will be necessary. (我想没必要) Will I have to have an operation? 要花很长时间吗? Will it take long? 我可以洗澡吗? Can I take a bath? Can I bathe? 我可以喝酒吗? Is it okay to drink? *询问医生能否喝含有酒精的饮料 Is it all right to drink? May I drink? 我一定要住院吗? Should I be hospitalized? *hospitalize “让……住院” 你发烧吗? Do you have a fever? Do you have a fever? (发烧吗?) I dont know. I dont have a thermometer. (不知道,我没有体温计) Do you have a high temperature? 我觉得好多了 I feel better. How do you feel? (怎么样了?) I feel better now. Thank you. (我觉得好多了,谢谢) 我觉得没什么好转 I dont feel any better. I still dont feel well. 你的病好了吗? Are you alright again? *用于询问别人的病是否康复 Are you well again? Are you yourself again? Are you back to normal again? 他去世了 He passed away. *比用die要委婉,“去世、咽气” 日常英语 英语口语固原市人民医院有没有男性泌尿专科

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