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听力训练Answer the following questions about the .1) ____ is the best place.a) Parosb) Corfu2) This place has ____ .a) a diverse landscapeb) a unique landscape3) It has excellent ____ .a) viewsb) architecture本期话题Topic:What is the best place in your country?Hello, my name is Nadja and I come from Greece, currently I#39;m living in Athens.;What is the best place in your country?;. For me the best place to be, either for vacation or to live is Corfu. Because it has got many attractions and a very diverse landscape, mountain and sea combined, excellent architecture and very nice people.听力b a b /201508/392539母亲最大的牵挂永远是孩子。I have always worn my children#39;s birthstones around my neck. One morning, when I was late for work, my infant son Larry#39;s topaz birthstone fell from my gold chain. I frantically searched for it, whispering to myself, ;I lost my Larry, but I will get him back.;That day, Larry#39;s cardiologist called with test results from one of his first checkups. He would need emergency heart surgery. Happily, the operation was a success, and I whispered in Larry#39;s ear, ;I thought I lost you, but I knew I#39;d get you back.;我总是把我孩子的诞生石戴在我的脖子上。一天早上,我上班迟到了,我儿子拉里的诞生石从我的金项链上掉下来。我疯狂地找它,低声对自己说,;我把我的拉里弄丢了,但我会把他找回来的。;那一天,拉里的心脏病专家打电话告诉我们他第一次体检的结果。他需要紧急心脏手术。幸运的是,手术成功了,我在拉里耳边低声说:;我以为我把你弄丢了,但我知道我会把你找回来的。;想知道卡卡老师的发音秘诀?关注微信公众号 卡卡课堂 /201705/511796

今日短语born with a silver spoon in one#39;s mouth出生富贵例句:Just because you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth, you think you are Jesus Christ?只因你出生富贵,便以为自己了不起吗? /201508/389341

By Richard Thorman25 Sep 2004, 20:22 UTCBroadcast: September 26, 2004(THEME)VOICE ONE:I'm Shirley Griffith.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Today we tell about the life of Nineteenth Century philosopher and writer Ralph Waldo Emerson.VOICE ONE:The ed States had won its independence from Britain just twenty-two years before Ralph Waldo Emerson was born. But it had yet to win its cultural independence. It still took its traditions from other countries, mostly from western Europe.What the American Revolution did for the nation's politics, Emerson did for its culture. When he began writing and speaking in the eighteen thirties, conservatives saw him as radical -- wild and dangerous. But to the young, he spoke words of self-dependence -- a new language of freedom. He was the first to bring them a truly American spirit.He told America to demand its own laws and churches and works. It is through his own works that we shall look at Ralph Waldo Emerson.VOICE TWO:Ralph Waldo Emerson's life was not as exciting as the lives of some other American writers -- Herman Melville, Mark Twain or Ernest Hemingway. Emerson traveled to Europe several times. And he made speeches at a number of places in the ed States. But, except for those trips, he lived all his life in the small town of Concord, Massachusetts.He once said that the shortest books are those about the lives of people with great minds. Emerson was not speaking about himself. Yet his own life proves the thought.VOICE ONE:Emerson was born in the northeastern city of Boston, Massachusetts, in eighteen oh three. Boston was then the capital of learning in the ed States.Emerson's father, like many of the men in his family, was a minister of a Christian church. When Emerson was eleven years old, his father died. Missus Emerson was left with very little money to raise her five sons.After several more years in Boston, the family moved to the nearby town of Concord. There they joined Emerson's aunt, Mary Moody Emerson.VOICE TWO:Emerson seemed to accept the life his mother and aunt wanted for him. As a boy, he attended Boston Latin School. Then he studied at Harvard University.For a few years, he taught in a girls' school started by one of his brothers. But he did not enjoy this kind of teaching. For a time, he wondered what he should do with his life. Finally, like his father, he became a religious minister. But he had questions about his beliefs and the purpose of his life.VOICE ONE:In eighteen thirty-one, Ralph Waldo Emerson resigned as the minister of his church because of a minor religious issue. What really troubled him was something else.It was his growing belief that a person could find God without the help of an organized church. He believed that God is not found in systems and words, but in the minds of people. He said that God in us worships God.Emerson traveled to Europe the following year. He talked about his ideas with the best-known European writers and thinkers of his time. When he returned to the ed States, he married and settled in Concord. Then he began his life as a writer and speaker.VOICE TWO:Ralph Waldo Emerson published his first book, Nature, in Eighteen thirty-six. It made conservatives see him as a revolutionary. But students at Harvard University liked the book and invited him to speak to them.His speech, "The American Scholar," created great excitement among the students. They heard his words as a new declaration of independence -- a declaration of the independence of the mind. Article/200802/26643

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