湖北旅游景点英文介绍 神农架英文导游词 -- :8: 来源： 湖北旅游景点英文介绍 神农架英文导游词神农架位于湖北西部的房县，占地面积350平方公里，平均海拔00多米，其中海拔3000米以上的山峰有6座被誉为“华中屋脊”Shennongjia is situated in Fangxian County, in western Hubei Province, covering an area of 3,50 square kilometers. Over 00 meters above sea level on an average, it has six peaks measuring 3,000 meters above sea level, known as "The Roof Of Central China". Where virgin est, one of famous China's Green Treasure Houses, is located. Here discovered are more than 00 species of wild plants, out of which over 30 belong to world's rarity or China's specialty, and 500 species of wild animals, comprising over rare and precious types listed under the state protection.No.1 Peak in Central ChinaIt's the main peak of Shennongjia, 33 meters above sea level, towering face to face with the nearby Minfen Peak, of 31 meters above sea level. Lofty and majestic, it glistens with the sun in one moment, but another moment gets lost in clouds and mist. From the top down, the Peak is covered, in three circumscribing tiers, with ests of firs, bamboo and cypresses. Stretching far and wide, the firs, with a trunk as tall as 0 meters, and of a circumference as long as four men's arms extended and linked, stand straight and upright with dense branches and foliage the sun light can hardly penetrate. The ground inside the est, is dotted with azaleas of various colors-pink, dark violet, crystal etc. The primeval est looks fantastic. Climbing to the top of the lofty Peak, one enjoys a very pleasant view of the surrounding luxuriantly green mountains and ridges.Hongping "Picture Gallery"The 30 miles long valley is flanked by numerous craggy and perilous peaks, and gifted with 3 waterfalls, 5 pools, 6 caves, 7 springs and streams, 8 cliffs, 9 boulders, plus bridges. In spring, all flowers burst into bloom. The waters are gurgling all the year round. "Every step is a picture", as some one acclaims. The Tianjing Cave (The Cave Of Skylight) is endowed with a light shaft, through which the blue sky and drifting clouds over-head, can be glimpsed. Within the Cave, there's another karats cave with a spring splashing down.Reflections upon the Valley LakeThe lake, km. long and 0 meters wide, is embraced at its two banks by the craggy cliffs overgrown with lush woods. Its smooth surface mirrors the peaks, trees and clouds, with the reflections merging into one with the waters, and looking as though fish swam among the trees in the lake, while birds flew amidst billowy water clouds.Area of Concentration of White AnimalsIn the area close to the summit of the Mountain, exist a great variety of white animals such as white bears, white deer, white rats, white snakes, white monkeys. Places like this are few and far between in China as well as in the rest of the world. 湖北旅游景点英文介绍 神农架英文导游词Fall -01- 19:9: 来源： Fall Fall is the third season of a year . There are three months in fall : July , August and september . The weather in fall is cool , Sometimes it’s windy . I can wear my jackets and jeans . I often fly kites and go hiking with my good friends. And there are many fruits in fall , Just like : apples , bananas , oranges… And the Mid Autuain Festival is in fall , too . So I like fall very much .日常聊天口语对话篇:(7)正宗影迷Movie Buffs-- :7:1 Steve:: What's your favorite movie of all time?Michelle: That's a good question? I don't know. Maybe "rrest Gump"(《阿甘正传）.Steve: Why "rest Gump"?Michelle: Because I love Tom Hanks, and I thought it had a lot of clever tie-ins（联系，关联）; it was like a photo album of the country during the last 30 years.. Steve: That was a good show. Okay. Here's a little bit of movie trivia（小问题） you: What movie is the top-grossing （票房收入最高的；毛利最高的）film of all time?Michelle: Oh, that's easy. "Jurassic Park（〈侏罗纪公园〉）". It's the only film that has grossed over a billion dollars in history.Steve: That's true. but when a film's gross is adjusted inflation, the highest-grossing film is "Gone With the Wind". Okay, what director has 7 of the top 0 highest-grossing films of all time?Michelle: A piece of cake. Steven Spielberg. Give me something that's challenging.Steve: Okay. Who said "Go ahead, make my day!"? Michelle: Clint Eastwood. Steve: All right. What was Dustin Hoffman's debut movie（第一部电影）?Michelle: "The Graduate".Steve: What year did it come out?Michelle: I don't know. 1970?Steve: Wrong. 1968. Michelle: Okay. Give me another question.Steve: Okay. What actress has the most nominations an Academy Award?Michelle: I have no idea.Steve: Katharine Hepburn. She was nominated times and won 3 times.Michelle: Okay, My turn. First of all. What's your favorite scary （恐怖的）movie? Steve: It's gotta be "Psycho"（《精神变态者）. I love that shower scene.Michelle: I hate the choppy （不连贯的）music that they play during that scene.Steve: That's what makes it so memorable.Michelle: Okay. Who directed "Tootsie"（《宝贝儿?Steve: Easy. Sidney Pollack. Incidentally, he also acted in it as well.Michelle: all right. What was the most popular Robert Redd and Paul Newman film? Steve: "The Sting"〈刺〉.Michelle: You're pretty good. Try this one. What's the top-grossing animated cartoon of all time?Steve: I know it's a Disney. Is it "Bambi"〈小鹿班比〉?Michelle: Not quite. It was "Snow and the Seven Dwarfs". Here's your last question; What year was the first in-flight movie （空中电影；在飞机上放映的电影〉?Steve: 1955? Michelle: Wrong. 196. The movie "The Lost World" was shown on Imperial Airways from London to Paris on April , 196.Steve: The first in-flight movie was 70 years ago? That blows me away.（这真使我感到惊讶万分） I guess I'm not such a great movie buff after all.Michelle: That's okay. I still love you.去超市(Go to the supermarket) -- ::3 来源： 去超市(Go to the supermarket) I went to the supermarket the other day with yuan. I was a bit hungry, so I decided to buy a small pack of cookies which cost me yuan. After I ate them, I was still hungry, so I decided to buy a small bag of potato chips which cost me another 3 yuan. After I ate them both, I was no longer hungry. However, I was very thirsty and wanted to buy a large bottle of milk to drink, but I didn’t have enough money left because even a small box of milk would cost me yuan and I needed yuan to pay the bus fare. So I gave it up at last.业余爱好(Hoy) -- :5:1 来源： 业余爱好(Hoy) hobbies are very important to a person. without having any hobby, life won't be as colorful as it should be. i have a variety of hobbies, such as collecting stamps, playing musical instruments, ing, and doing sport activities. when i am free, i will spend time on my hobbies. when i am in a blue mood, i will also do my hobbies to cheer myself up. hobbies can help us improve our moods. many hobbies requires devotion. example, when you play a musical instrument, you have to practice over and over in order to perm good music. after a period if you still enjoy it, gradually it will become a hobby of yours. but, remember: a hobby is like gold under the ground; no hobby will come to you unless you dig it out yourself. if you can treat study as one of you hobbies, learning will be more enjoyable. i hope all of you can find your own hobbies and also have fun from them.
How To Say Good-Bye(会话篇)-- :6:6 Section A Steven: Well. I have an appointment now. Lily: I'm in quite a hurry too. Steven: Good to see you. Goodbye. Lily: Goodbye. Take care of yourself. Section B Lily: I guess I'd better go now. Steven: I've got to be going now too. Lily: In that case, I'll be seeing you. Steven: So long. See you later. Section C Steven: It's getting late, and I have to go now. Lily: We're sorry you have to leave. Steven: Please excuse me, won't you? Lily: Certainly. Come back soon. Section D Lily: I'm glad to have met you. Steven: Thank you. It was nice to have seen you. Lily: I hope we can get together again. Steven: Yes. I'll be looking ward to it. Section E Steven: I think I have to leave now. Lily: Must you go soon? Steven: I'm afraid I really have to. Lily: Well, it was wonderful to get together again.
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.