What Is ImmortalTo see the golden sun and the azure sky, the outstretched ocean, to walk upon the green earth, and to be lord of a thousand creatures, to look down giddy precipices or over distant flowery vales, to see the world sp out under one's finger in a map, to bring the stars near, to view the smallest insects in a microscope, to history, and witness the revolutions of empires and the succession of generations, to hear of the glory of Simon and Tire, of Babylon and Susan, as of a faded pageant, and to say all these were, and are now nothing, to think that we exist in such a point of time ,and in such a corner of space, to be at once spectators and a part of the moving scene, to watch the return of the seasons, of spring and autumn, to hear--- The stock dove plain amid the est deep,That drowsy rustles to the sighing gale.---to traverse desert wilderness, to listen to the dungeon's gloom, or sit in crowded theatres and see life itself mocked, to feel heat and cold, pleasure and pain, right and wrong, truth and falsehood, to study the works of art and refine the sense of beauty to agony, to worship fame and to dream of immortality, to have Shakespeare and Beloit to the same species as Sir Isaac Newton; to be and to do all this, and then in a moment to be nothing, to have it all snatched from one like a juggler's ball or a phantasmagoria…… 8威廉.萨姆塞特.毛姆 William Somerset MaughamThat must be the story of innumerable couples, and the pattern of life it offers has a homely grace. It reminds you of a placid rivulet, meandering smoohtly through green pastures and shaded by pleasant trees, till at last it falls into the vasty sea; but the sea is so calm, so silent, so infifferent, that you are troubled suddently by a vague uneasiness. Perhaps it is only by a kink in my nature, strong in me even in those days, that I felt in such an existence, the share of the great majority, something amiss. I recognized its social value. I saw its ordered happiness, but a fever in my blood asked a wilder course. There seemed to me something alarming in such easy delights. In my heart I desire to live more dangerously. I was not unprepared jagged rocks and treacherous, shoals it I could only have change-change and the exicitement of uneseen.这一定是世间无数对夫妻的生活写照，这种生活模式给人一种天伦之美它使人想起一条平静的溪流，蜿蜒畅游过绿茵的草场，浓荫遮蔽，最后注入烟波浩渺的汪洋大海；但是大海太过平静，太过沉默，太过不动声色，你会突然感到莫名的不安也许这只是我自己的一种怪诞想法，在那样的时代，这想法对我影响很深：我觉得这像大多数人一样的生活，似乎欠缺了一点儿什么我承认这种生活有社会价值，我也看到了它那井然有序的幸福，但我血液里的冲动却渴望一种更桀骜不驯的旅程．这样的安逸中好像有一种叫我惊惧不安的东西．我的心渴望一种更加惊险的生活只要生活中还能有变迁 —— 以及不可知的刺激，我愿意踏上怪石嶙峋的山崖，奔赴暗礁满布的海滩 63英语教师必备：校园英语常用语500句(1) -- :5:39 来源： 1. Good morning(afternoon, evening),class(everyone,students). 同学们,早晨好. This term we have nine subjects: Chinese,Enghish,Politics,History,Geography,Maths,physics,Chemistry and Biology.这学期我们有九门学科：语文、英语、政治、历史、地理、数学、化学和生物3. We also have some other interesting subjects: Music, Fine Arts, Physical Education,etc.我们还有一些其它的有趣的课程：音乐、美术、体育等等. We have one weekly meeting on Monday afternoon.周一我们有一节班会5. The head teacher of our class is Mr.Zhang.我们的班主任是张老师6. You must be polite and say hi to them when you see the teacher.见到老师要礼貌，要问好7. When you come into our school, you must speak Putonghua.一进学校，你就要讲普通话8. The Chinese lessons are very important语文课对于我们来说相当重要9. We should study it more carefully than bee.我们要比以前更加认真地学习. If you study Chinese it’s very easy, but if you don’t it’s very hard.对于汉语，你学它就不难，你不学它就显得挺难. Chinese is our native language,we must learn it well.汉语是我们的母语，我们必须把它学好. This is our first Chinese class of this term. 这是我们本学期第一节语文课. We’re going to learn Lesson One (the first Lesson). 我们要学习第一课. Don’t make any noise in class,or you may trouble the others.课上不要喧哗，那会影响别人. Open your text-books to Page . 打开课本第页. This text is written by Mr.Luxun.the great man in our Chinese modern literature history.本文由我国现代文学史上伟大的文学家鲁迅先生的作品. Listen to me carefully,let me tell you sth about the writer.请认真听我为大家介绍一些作者的情况18. You may write down sth important and special on your notes.你们可以在自己的笔记本上记录一些较为重要和特殊的内容19. First ,let me the text aloud .首先让我为大家朗读本文. Put the text-books on your desk, please.请把你的课本放在书桌上 英语 常用 校园 必备英语口语精华（四） -- :5:39 来源： Eg. I'll back you up all the way.我完全持你原句： I will support you from beginning to end.Eg. Why don't you get off my back?不要来打扰我，好不好？原句：Don't disturb me.Eg. That's enough of your back talk.不许你回嘴原句： I don't like the way you argue with me.Eg. Oh, my aching back啊呀，天啊，真糟！原句： Oh， God!Eg. I must say this about Lee， he's really on the ball.他做人醒目勤奋原句： He's really working hard.Eg. I'm beat.我累死了原句： I'm in exhausted.Eg. Why should I beat my brains out the salary I'm getting?我拿这么一点薪水，犯不着伤脑筋原句： I'm only getting a small salary, so I don't need to work too hard.Eg. Row，beat it!走开点原句： Get awayEg. Where did you get the beat-up old car?你从哪儿弄来那辆老爷车？原句： Where did you buy the broken-down car？Eg. Keep your big mouth shut.住嘴原句： Stop talking.Eg. He is a big-time operator.他这人很吃得开原句：He has Rood connections.Eg. Give me a break.给我一个机会啦原句：Give me a chance.Eg. Don't brush me off.不要敷衍我原句：Don't stall me.Eg. I don't buy your story.我不相信你原句：I don't believe you.Eg. Let's call it quits.算了吧！原句： Let's get it.Eg. His words carry a lot of weight.他的话很有力量原句： He is very influential.Eg. He is trying to cash in on me.他想占我便宜原句： He is trying to take advantage from me.Eg. It's a lot of chicken feed.这是小意思，不算什么原句： It's nothing.Eg. Don't chicken out. Be a man.不要退缩了原句：Don't back out.Eg. It's my cup of tea.这很合我胃口原句：It's my favorite.Eg. "What's my cut?"我有什么好处？原句：what's my share?Eg. Cut it out.不要这个样子啦！ 原句: Don't be like that.Eg. That will be the day.有这么一天就好了原句：It's not possible.Eg. He double-crossed me.他出卖了我原句： He betrayed me.Eg. He's down and out.他已经完了原句：He is finished.Eg. Drop dead.走开点原句：Go away.Eg. Take it easy.不要这么紧张原句： Relax.What's eating you?你有什么烦恼？原句：what's bothering you?Keep an eye on him.看住他原句：Watch him.He is a fast talker.他老是说得天花乱坠原句：He is always bragging.I am fed up.我已经厌倦了原句： I am sick and tired.Please fill me in.请你把情形告诉我原句： Please tell me all about it.It's full of hot air.这是雷声大雨点小原句：Lots of talk and no action.What's the gag?这里面有什么奥妙？原句：What's the trick?He told me to get lost.他叫我走开原句：he told me go away.That's a good gimmick.那是一个好办法原句：That's good thinking.He gave me a pain in the neck.他真叫我头痛原句：He gave me trouble.He's always on the go.他永远是前进的原句： He's always going ahead.I'll have another go at it.我再试一次原句： I'll try again.I'll go along with you.我同意你原句： I'll agree with you.It's a good deal.这是一个好买卖原句：It's a good bargain.He always goofs off.他总是糊里糊涂原句： He always slips.Go on.不要这个样子啦！原句：Don't be like that.It's all Greek to me.我全不懂原句：I don't understand.I've had it.糟了（吃饱了）原句：I've had enough.I'm hard up.我经济很困难原句：I don't have money.He's having a hard time.他的处境不好原句：He's in trouble.Do to hell!滚蛋！原句： Go away.It's a hit.这件事很受人欢迎原句：It's very popular.He's in hot water.他在水深火热中原句： He is in deep trouble.So， you finally broke the ice.你终于打破了僵局原句：So，you finally broke through.What's in it me?我有什么好处？原句： What's my share?He is in a jam.他可糟了原句： He is in great trouble.Don't jump on me.不要跟我发火原句： Don't be angry at me.It's a lot of junks.这都是一些鬼东西原句： It's a lot of garbage.I got a big kick out of it.这件事真令我开心原句： It makes me laugh.What the kick back me?我有回扣拿吗？原句： What's my cut under the table?He kicked the bucket.他已经归天原句： He died.Are you kidding?你是不是开玩笑？原句： Are you joking?Oh! you are killing me!笑死人了原句：It's really funny.Knock it off.不要这个样子原句：Don't be like that.Stop pulling my leg.不要开我玩笑了原句：Don't make fun of me.You are out of line.你太过份了原句： You are over doing it.Please bring me up to date.把最近的情形告诉我原句： Please give me the latest inmation.I will make it up to you.我一定会补偿你的原句： I'll compensate you.You made it again. (You did it again.)你又得手了原句： You succeed again.You hit the nail on the head.你真是一言中的原句： You are absolutely right.No dice.不行原句：No way.He is a nut.他有点精神病原句： He is insane.Nuts!胡说！原句：Nonsense!It's on the house.这是免费的原句： It's free.He is an operator. (here it means a thief，a swindler，ect.)他是一个老滑头原句：He is a swindler.Don't panic.不要慌啊！原句：Don't be nervous.He passed out.他已经昏倒了！原句: He fainted.To me it is just peanuts.对我来讲，这太不值得了原句： It's nothing to me.He is a phoney.他是一个骗子原句： He is fake.Pick me up at seven tonight.今天晚上七点钟你来接我原句：Come and get me at seven tonight.He was put on the spot.他已经给人打死了原句：He was killed.He puts up a good show.他的表现很好原句：He behaves himself well.I can't put up with you any longer.我不能再忍耐了原句： I can't stand you any longer.Let's call it quits.我们算了吧！原句： Let's get the whole thing.He was taken a ride.他受骗了 原句：He was fooled.Let it ride.让他去吧！原句： Keep it as it is.I'm running this shop.我管理这个铺子原句：I'm the owner of the shop.Time is running out.时间不多了原句： There is not much time.He got the sack.他被开除了原句：He was fired.Says who?谁说的？我不同意原句：I don't agree.Let's have a show down with John.我们跟约翰摊牌原句：Let's tell Tom the truth.What's up your sleeves?你变的是什么戏法？原句： What do you have in mind?I am only a small potato.我只是一个小角色原句： I'm nobody．John Lee is a some-body， although be was a nobody two years ago.李约翰现在已是名人，虽然两年前是默默无闻的.原句： John Lee is a very important man， although he was anobody two years ago.He is now in the soup.他现在糟糕了原句： He is now in great trouble.Keep stalling him.继续拖延他吧原句： Keep brushing him off.Jack was all steamed up.杰克非常冲动原句： Jack was furious.I'm having a swell time.我玩得很开心 原句：I'm having a wonderful time.I was taken in.我受骗了原句： I was cheated.Tell it to the marines.我不会相信的原句：I don't believe.That's it.不错，就是这样原句：That's the whole story.There you go again.啊呀！你又来了！原句：No， not again.What's up?有什么好新闻？原句： What's going on?What are you up to?你又搞什么鬼？原句： What do you intend to do now？I'm on the wagon.我戒酒了原句： I quit drinking.Walls have ears.隔墙有耳 原句： Keep your voice down.Still water runs deep.大智若愚原句：A wise man playing a fool.What do you say?你的意思怎么样？原句： What do you think?So what?那又怎么样？原句： What can you do about it?What's up?有什么事情吗？原句： Anything happen? 精华 英语口语 What 不要When Henry d decided to produce his famous v-8 motor, he chose to build an engine with the entire eight cylinders cast in one block, and instructed his engineers to produce a design in one the engine. The design was placed on paper, but the engineers agreed, to a man, that it was simply impossible to cast an eight-cylinder engine-block in one piece.d said, “Produce it anyway.”“But,” they replied, “It’s impossible!”“Go ahead.” d commanded, “And stay on the job until you succeed, no matter how much time is required.”The engineers went ahead. There was nothing else them to do, if they were to remain on the d staff. Six months passed and nothing happened. Another six months passed, and still nothing happened. The engineers tried every conceivable plan to carry out the orders, but the thing seemed out of the question“impossible!”At the end of the year d checked with his engineers, and again they inmed him they had found no way to carry out his orders.“go right head,” said d, “I want it, and I’ll have it.”They went ahead, and then, as if by a stroke of magic, the secret was discovered.The d determination had won once more!This story may not be described with minute accuracy, but the sum and substance of it is correct. Deduce from it, you who wish to think and grow rich, the secret of the d millions, if you can. You’ll not have to look very far.Henry d was successful, because he understood and applied the principles of success. One of these is desire knowing out the lines in which the secret of his stupendous achievement have been described. If you can do this, if you can lay your finger on the particular group of principles which made Henry d rich, you can equal his achievements in almost any calling which you are suited. 83769
Human thought is not a firework, ever shooting off fresh ms and shapes as it burns;it is a tree, growing very slowly—you can watch it long and see no movement—very silently, unnoticed.It was planted in the world many thousand years ago, a tiny, sickly plant.And men guarded it and tended it, and gave up life and fame to aid its growth.In the hot days of their youth, they came to the gate of the garden and knocked,begging to be let in, and to be counted among the gardeners.And their young companions outside called to them to come back,and play the man with bow and spear, and win sweet smiles from rosy lips,and take their part amid the feast, and dance, not stoop with wrinkled brows, at weaklings' work.And the passers by mocked them and called shame, and others cried out to stone them.And still they stayed there laboring, that the tree might grow a little,and they died and were gotten.And the tree grew fair and strong.The storms of ignorance passed over it, and harmed it not.The fierce fires of superstition soared around it;but men leaped into the flames and beat them back, perishing, and the tree grew.With the sweat of their brow men have nourished its green leaves.Their tears have moistened the earth about it.With their blood they have watered its roots.The seasons have come and passed, and the tree has grown and flourished.And its branches have sp far and high, and ever fresh shoots are bursting th,and ever new leaves unfolding to the light.But they are all part of the one tree—the tree that was planted on the first birthday of the human race.The stem that bears them springs from the gnarled old trunk that was green and softwhen white-haired Time was a little child;the sap that feeds them is drawn up through the roots that twine and twist about the bones of the ages that are dead.
These Things Shall Never Die--Charles DickensThe pure.the bright,the beautiful, That stirred our hearts in youth, The impulses to wordless prayer, The dreams of love and truth; The longing after something's lost, The spirit's yearning cry, The striving after better hopes- These things can never die. The timid hand stretched th to aid A brother in his need, A kindly word in grief's dark hourThat proves a friend indeed ; The plea mercy softly breathed, When justice threatens nigh, The sorrow of a contrite heart- These things shall never die. Let nothing pass every hand Must find some work to do ; Lose not a chance to waken love- Be firm,and just ,and true; So shall a light that cannot fade Beam on thee from on high. And angel voices say to thee---These things shall never die. 7669