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Graceland and Elvis, Boston, to have a leg up on someone, flat out, seeing eye dogs, to trip upWordsto commit a crimecriminaloverdoseestatelandmarkNew Englandnicknameto have a leg up on someoneflat outblindto guidesightimpairedto trip up 97971LL: So how long do you plan to live here?Beth: Wed like to sign a year-long contract, if that OK.LL: Fine by me. Do you know how to this kind of contract?Beth: Yes. Weve signed them bee. We even brought our chops.LL: Great. When in Rome, you guys know what to do.Beth: Well sign our signatures, too. And give you our passport numbers along with our ARC numbers.LL: [After everyone has signed] That about does it. See you in a week.参考译文:房东:所以你们准备在这住多久?贝丝:如果可以的话,我们想签一年的约房东:我没问题你们看得懂这种合约吗?贝丝:看得懂我们以前签过我们甚至连印章都带来了房东:太好了入境随俗,你们都懂该怎么做嘛贝丝:我们还要签名然后把我们的护照号码跟外侨居留号码一起给你房东:(大家都签名后)大概就这样啦一星期之后见啰重点词汇:year-long (a.)为期一年的Ive just ended a year-long contract.我刚结束一个一年的合约Fine by me.我能够接受A: I get the house and the car, you get the kids and the money.我要房子跟车子,孩子跟钱归你B: That just fine by me.我可以接受chop (n.)印章Youll need to get a chop made if you want to do business in China.如果你要跟中国做生意的话,你需要先刻一个印章When in Rome入境随俗因为欧美人士没有刻印章的习惯,所以房东引用这句谚语,称赞贝丝跟吉尔已经是道地台湾人了由于整句说出来太麻烦,一般口语只会说When in Rome.Ive started eating chicken feet and lotus root. As they say, when in Rome, do as the Romans do.我已经开始吃鸡脚跟莲花根了俗语说入境随俗嘛signature (n.)签名A: So everything is taken care of?都办妥了吗?B: I just need your signature,and you can go.我只要你的签名,你就可以走了passport (n.)护照外国人在台居留,必须持护照向外交部申请「外侨居留」ARC Alien Resident Certificate,上面的号码就相当于身分字号Ive heard you can buy passports from less affluent countries like Belize and Tonga.我听说你有门路买到比较贫穷国家的护照,像是贝里斯跟东加That about does it.大概就是这样了用在事情已完成一个段落,表示「差不多完成了」That about does it the fish, it y to eat.鱼差不多好了,可以吃了 59Comprehension Listen to the episode and then decide whether these statements are true or false. 1 Magda arrives in the café after Sarah. Olivia's shop isn't going to close. 3 The property company have offered to pay the shop owners money. Carlos orders a snack and a coffee. 5 Carlos is a top manager with the property company. 6 Carlos is afraid of losing his job. 7 Sarah doesn't want Carlos to get inmation them. 85670

18 Lionel Hampton18 莱昂内尔·汉普顿Lionel Hampton is a frenetic jazz vibraphonist, gifted bandleader and storied showman who was one of the most celebrated musicians of the swing era and went on to a six-decade career on the American stage.莱昂内尔·汉普顿是一位极富的爵士乐电颤琴演奏家、极具天赋的乐队领队,爵士乐史上著名的表演家他是强节奏爵士乐时代最富盛名的音乐人之一,在美国舞台上有60年的演艺生涯Hampton has cut hundreds of records. He was known tremendous energy and directing bands that were among the most long lived and consistently popular large ensembles in jazz. His work has been hailed by everyone from presidents to jazz critics and endorsed by the public through enthusiastic attendance of his permances and unending sales of his records.汉普顿录制了数百张唱片他以精力充沛,组建了爵士乐坛上长盛不衰的大型乐队而闻名遐迩他的作品受到了从总统到爵士乐家的赞赏和公众的持他们疯狂地观看他的演出,不断地购买他的唱片Hampton was born on April ,19,in Louisville, Kentucky. He began working as a drummer when he was a teenager. He spent many of his mative musical years in Los Angeles, playing with top local bands and some great national figures as they came through town. Among them were Louis Armstrong -- who first encouraged him to play the vibraphone and, later, Benny Goodman. He was one of the first musicians to bridge the racial gap between blacks and whites in jazz. He joined drummer Gene Krupa and pianist Teddy Wilson to m the multiracial Benny Goodman quartet in the 1930s. Hampton later recalled, “I didn’t recognize that it was a social advancement, but it was the first time blacks and whites ever played together out in public.”19年月日汉普顿出生在肯塔基州的路易斯维尔十几岁时他当了一名鼓手在洛杉矶度过的数年是他的音乐风格形成期他同当地顶尖的乐队和一些来小镇演出的杰出音乐人同台演出这里面有路易斯·阿姆斯特朗,是他第一个鼓励汉普顿演奏颤音琴后来他又遇到了本尼·古德曼汉普顿是第一个打破爵士乐中 种族隔阂的音乐人之一世纪30年代,他与鼓手吉恩·克鲁帕和钢琴演奏家特迪·威尔逊组建了多种族的本尼·古德曼四重奏乐团汉普顿后来回忆说:“我并没有意识到这是一种社会进步,但这确实是黑人和白人第一次在公众场合同台演出”By 1930, he was touring extensively on the West Coast with his own groups, making records and enjoying billing as the “fastest drummer in the world”,when he struck his first note on a vibraphone. He played with Armstrong’s group a year, establishing the vibraphone as a jazz instrument and himself as its top interpreter.到1930年,汉普顿同他的乐队沿西海岸巡演,录制音乐,荣登排行榜上“世界上最快的鼓手”这时他开始演奏颤音琴汉普顿同阿姆斯特朗的乐队演出了一年他把颤音琴确定为爵士乐的演奏乐器,而他自己也 成为该乐器最出色的阐释者Hampton played the vibes with lightning swiftness and harmonic and melodic simplicity and the drums with a fierce, driving rhythm. He became a household name after recording such hits as Moonglow and Dinah with Goodman in the 1930s and continued to make the charts in the 190s and 1950s.汉普顿演奏颜音琴时轻灵、和谐、旋律简洁优美,而击鼓时则活力四射,节奏强劲世纪30年代他与古德曼共同录制了热门金曲Moonglow和Dinah,成为家喻户晓的人物0年代和50年代他的唱片一直畅销不衰In 190,he left Goodman and started his own big band, featuring a big sound, swinging arrangements and such soloists as Washington. Hampton’s newly recorded big-band version of Flyin ’Home became a huge success. The band specialized in boogie-woogie, jump and later bop, and by the early 1950s it had become as much a rhythm and blues as a jazz attraction. But it nevertheless remained the medium the introduction of many jazz talents.190年汉普顿离开古德曼,组建了自己的大乐队该乐队演奏嘹亮,节奏强劲,并收罗了如华盛顿这样的独奏演员汉普顿重新录制的大乐队版的Hyin’Home取得了巨大的成功大乐队撞长演奏布基伍基乐曲、强节奏爵士乐和普爵士乐到世纪50年代早期,它以爵士乐和节奏布鲁斯闻名但它一直是许多爵士乐天才的摇篮Through all of it, Hampton once said, he had just one goal, “I want to be remembered sping happiness and goodwill.” He did just that.在经历了这一切后,汉普顿曾经说,他只有一个目标:“我想让世人记住我是在传播幸福和友善”他确实做到了 8019

Something’s Biting Him什么东西在咬他Joe went to the doctor. He had red bites all over his body. He had red bites on his face. He had red bites on his chest. He had red bites on his back. He had red bites on his legs. But he didn’t have red bites on his feet or hands. “Why dont you have red bites on your feet? Why dont you have red bites on your hands?” Dr. Brown asked. “I don’t know. I am the patient. You are the doctor. Why do I have red bites all over my body?” asked Joe. Dr. Brown said Joe had fleas. “You have fleas,” Dr. Brown said. “Do you have a dog?” Joe said he didnt have a dog. “Then get a dog,” said Dr. Brown. “Why should I get a dog?” Joe asked. “Because then the fleas will bite the dog instead of you,” said Dr. Brown.乔去看医生他的身上满是红叮咬脸上也是胸前也是后背也是腿上也是但脚上和手上没有布朗医生问道:“脚上为什么没有?手上为什么没有?”乔问道:“我不知道我是患者你是医生我的全身为什么长满了红叮咬?”布朗医生说乔身上有跳蚤布朗说:“你身上有跳蚤家里养吗?”乔说不养布朗说:“那养一只”乔问:“为什么养?”布朗说:“有了,跳蚤不会咬你而是咬”译文属原创,,不得转载 18The New ;No Parking; Sign禁停标志It was noon on Wednesday. ;That not fair. That not right,; Mel told Irene. He parked his car every night. He parked his car on the street. ;Look. The pole is in fresh cement,; he said. ;The cement is still wet.; It was a new parking sign. It said, ;No Parking 9:30AM-AM Wednesday.; The old parking sign was different. The old sign had said, ;No Parking 1PM-:30PM Wednesday.; ;My neighbors and I park on this street,; said Mel. ;We know that we cant park here from 1:00 to :30 p.m. But early this morning they changed the sign. Did they warn us? Did they say anything to us? No, but they told parking encement! Parking encement wrote 5 tickets this morning! Twenty-five tickets! I counted them! Each ticket is . We were all going to move our cars bee 1:00. Now it too late. Why didnt they warn us?;周三中午梅尔对伊琳娜说:“这不公平,这不对”他每天晚上都会把车停在这里他将车停在了大街上他说:“看,杆子上的字还是新的,接合剂还是湿的”这个停车标志是新的上面写着:“周三,早9点半到点禁止停车”老停车标识不是这么写的之前的停车标识写着:“周三,下午1点到点半禁止停车”梅尔说:“我和我的邻居都把车停在了这条街上我们知道下午1点到点半不能停车但是就在早上,他们更改了标识他们警告我们了吗?他们跟我们说什么了吗?没有,但是他们对执法人员说了!执法人员一上午开了5张罚单!5张罚单!我计算了一下!每张罚单8美元我们要在1点之前将车移走现在太晚了他们为什么没有警告我们?译文属原创,,不得转载 6

I'm not a newsboy[00:.50]Listen and Share[00:.]知行哈哈糖[00:.7]I'm not a newsboy 我不是送报的[00:6.1]词汇扫描[00:30.]freelancer [fri:'lɑ:ns#601;] 自由职业者[00:33.67]deposit [di'p#596;zit] 取钱[00:36.55]stack [staelig;k] 一堆[00:39.55]英文原文[00:1.37]Freelance newspaper writers don't get[00:3.53]nearly as much attention as writers with regular bylines.[00:7.3]So I was delighted when I finally got some notice.[00:50.77]It was at the bank, and I was depositing a stack of checks.[00:55.51]"Wow," said the teller,[00:56.91]ing off the names of publishers from the tops of the checks.[01:00.6]"You must deliver a lot of papers."[01:.]中文大意[01:36.]逐句对照[01:0.]Freelance newspaper writers don't get[01:.19]nearly as much attention as writers with regular bylines.[01:5.5]So I was delighted when I finally got some notice.[:00.98]It was at the bank, and I was depositing a stack of checks.[:.99]"Wow," said the teller,[:.0]ing off the names of publishers from the tops of the checks.[:19.6]"You must deliver a lot of papers."[:7.0]多学一点[:30.99]freelance[:3.]freelancer 自由职业者[:.78]byline 报纸或杂志文章标题下面作者的署名[:51.]deposit[:5.78]save[:57.]withdraw[:01.37]stack 一堆[:.70]a stack of 大量的[:.5]a stack of work to do[:.6]teller[:.73]自动提款机 ATM[:.60]Automatic Teller Machine[:3.9]重新听一次故事原文[:6.]Freelance newspaper writers don't get[:7.93]nearly as much attention as writers with regular bylines.[:3.]So I was delighted when I finally got some notice.[:35.59]It was at the bank, and I was depositing a stack of checks.[:0.]"Wow," said the teller,[:1.3]ing off the names of publishers from the tops of the checks.[:.98]"You must deliver a lot of papers."[:00.]谢谢收听 7306. the Glory of Sport.Part 1. Warming up.A. Keywords. the ;firsts;, Olympic.Vocabulary. hemisphere, Melbourne, Munich.You are going to hear some ;firsts; in Olympic history.In column A, you have some years and places names in which the Olympic games were held.In column B are some of the key words of the ;firsts;.Supply the missing years or place names, then match column A with column B.Women competed in Olympic events the first time in Paris in 1900.In 19, the first winter Olympic games were held in Chamonix.In 193, the first Olympic village was built to accommodate athletes in Los Angles.In 1936 in Berlin, TV cameras broadcast Olympic events the first time.The 1956 Olympics in Melbourne were the first Olympic games to be held in southern hemisphere.Tokyo hosted the first Asian Olympics in 196.In 197 the first time, over 1 billion TV viewers watched the Munich Olympic opening ceremony.B. Keywords. the most popular sport, different meanings, measure, the number of people.Vocabulary. measure.Do you have any idea what is the most popular sport in the ed States?Listen to the following material and try to find the answer.Fill in the chart below with the missing inmation.What is the most popular sport in the ed States?That may be an impossible question to answer.There are different meanings of the words ;most popular;.One way to measure the popularity of a sport is by the number of people who pay to watch it played by professional teams.Experts say the most popular American sport by that measure is baseball.Each professional baseball team plays games every season.Or the popularity of a sport can be measured by the number of people who watch games on television or listen on the radio.Then the answer might be American football.And the popularity of a sport could be measured by the number of people who play the sport instead of just watch it.The answer in this case is the game people in the ed States call soccer.It says more than 18 million people play soccer in the ed States.C. Keywords. bend, up, down, raise, pull, push, stretch, warmed up.Vocabulary. elbow, squeeze, fist, hip, rotate, clasp.You are going to hear the teacher of an exercise class giving instructions to participants while they do the warm-up exercises.Each step of the exercises is illustrated below.Listen carefully and arrange the pictures in chronological order.Right, everybody. Stand up straight.Now bend ward and down to touch your toes.And up, and down, and up.Arms by your sides, raise you right knee as high as you can.Hold your legs with both hands, and pull your knee back against your body.Keep you back straight.Now lower your leg and do the same with your left knee.Up, pull towards you, and down.Move your feet further apart.Bend your elbows, and raise your arms to shoulder level.Squeeze your fists tightly in front of your chest.Now push your elbows back, keep your hand up, and relax.Feet together, and put your hands on your hips.Now bend your knees and stretch your arms out in front of you.Hold that position. Now up.Stretch your arms out to the sides at shoulder height, palms up.Rotate your arms in small circles, that right. and now the other way.Now stand with your hands clasped behind your neck, and your legs apart,Bend over to the left slowly, but as far as you can.And slowly up. And down to the right. And up.OK, if we are all warmed up now, Let begin. 1

At 38, sales manager Nick Armstrong is among a growing number of women who are freezing their eggs in hope of getting pregnant late in life. “Hey, Tamie. It’s Nick Armstrong, It is Friday morning. Sales manager Nick Armstrong is among millions of women who are delaying marriage and child-bearing career and other reasons. At thirty-eight, she’s also one of a growing number trying an experimental technique freezing her own eggs in hopes of becoming pregnant later in life. “ I wanna have a baby. It’s something that I saw myself doing always if somebody had said to you” were you gonna be at this point in your life?” I would have imagined that I ve married with two or three kids. Physicians disagree about whether egg-freezing should be used by women wanting to extend their fertility. A leading reproductive medical group says there isn’t enough evidence that pregnancy rates are high enough and there haven’t been enough babies born yet from frozen eggs to know whether they will have any long-term health problems. “ It’s that desire to really to really wanna be a mother and raise a family of my own. I come from such a tightknit family. We were all very very close and so I've had the greatest example and I always just assume that I would have the same kind of family that I came from. As more women follow the lead of those like Nick Armstrong, researchers will have increasing chances to document the results and to figure out whether egg-freezing really is a good path to help women have it all. I knew that this was not gonna be any kind of a guaranteed procedure. Ew, Something that my parents and I sat down and discussed and decided. you know, it was worth the gamble. I am Sue Shellenbarger with working family from The Wall Street Journal. 5855Don't sell that cow别卖那头牛The wise old Mother Superior was dying. The nuns gathered around her bed, trying to make her comtable. They gave her some warm milk to drink, but she refused it. Then one nun took the glass back to the kitchen. Remembering a bottle of whiskey received as a gift the previous Christmas, she opened it and poured a generous amount into the warm milk. Back at Mother Superior's bed, she held the glass to her lips. Mother drank a little, then a little more, then bee they knew it, she had drunk the whole glass down to the last drop. "Mother, Mother" the nuns cried, "Give us some wisdom bee you die!" She raised herself up in bed with a pious look on her face and pointing out the window, she said, "Don't sell that cow!睿智的老女修道院长处在了弥留之际修女们聚集在她的病床边,想办法让她舒适的离去她们给她喝温好的牛奶,但是被她拒绝了这时一个修女拿着杯子去了厨房还记得去年圣诞节她们收的礼物当中有瓶威士忌,她打开瓶子往牛奶里倒了大半杯之后她回到老院长的床边,喂她喝杯子里的东西老院长喝了一小口,又一大口,大家伙儿都还不知道这个修女到底做了什么,但是院长已经喝光了整杯的奶“院长,院长,”修女们哭着说,“把你的智慧赐给我们吧!”老院长直起身子,虔诚的指着窗外,说:“千万别卖那头牛!” 8875

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