中国大私人物馆英文介绍：包畹蓉中国京剧饰物馆 -- :9:6 来源： 中国大私人物馆英文介绍：包畹蓉中国京剧饰物馆 Top 8: Bao Wanrong's Museum of Peking Opera Costumes 包畹蓉中国京剧饰物馆 Bao Wanrong is a famous Peking Opera artist and collector. He studied opera with many well known artists, including Xun Huisheng, one of the four great th century permers of the Dan (female characters) in Beijing Opera. He has collected, designed and made more than ,000 Peking Opera costumes, including robes, skirts, garments, trousers and amices, including the costumes of Mei Lanfang and Xun Huisheng, which promote the glorious traditional culture of Peking Opera.包畹蓉是一位著名的京剧艺术家兼收藏家他和包括荀慧生（世纪京剧著名的四大旦角之一）在内的很多京剧名家一起研究京剧他收藏、设计制作了00多见包括京剧戏，有长袍、戏裙、裤子、方巾，甚至还京剧大师梅兰芳和荀慧生穿过的戏 中国 私人 物馆
A Man`s Worth Caot Be Measured by His Looks,A Man`s Worth -- :36:9 来源： A Man`s Worth Cannot Be Measured by His Looks,A Man`s WorthA Man`s Worth Cannot Be Measured by His Looks A few days ago, I saw one of my classmates cheating on the ing exam. I was so surprised that she did such a thing. It made me feel sad and confused. Why did she cheat? Maybe she just wanted to get higher grades and didn't want to lose face. But at any rate, cheating is a vile action. I told one of my friends about our classmate's cheating, and she found it hard to believe. Even though the girl has a good temperament, our impression of her has changed. Now, I no longer trust people based on their looks. Maybe someone looks honest, but he or she has bad intentions. Can we tell by looks alone? So, I've lost faith in society.
英语童话剧本: Pulling the radish (拔萝卜) -01- ::19 来源： characters: rabbit、dog、monkey、cat角色：小兔、小鸭子、小、小猫背景：舞台上放着些萝卜出场：音乐响起，小兔子跳着舞高兴地出来采萝卜，突然，它发现一个特大萝卜兔：啊，一个萝卜！一个大萝卜！我把它拔出来H: Oh, a radish! A big radish! I want to pull it out.哎——嗨——呦！哎——嗨——呦！Ai-----Hay---Yo! Ai---Hay---Yo!这萝卜太重了我拔不出来The radish is too big. I can’t pull it out.小鸭子出场小鸭子：我是漂亮的小鸭子我饿了哦，兔，你在干什么？D: I’m a beautiful duckling! Hi, Miss rabbit, What are you doing?兔：你好，先生一个萝卜，一个大萝卜它太大了我拔不出来H: Hello, dear duckling! Here is a radish, a big radish. But it’s too big..I can’t pull it out.小鸭子：我帮你咱们一起拔D: I can help you. Let’s pull it together.兔：谢谢你咱们一起拔H: Thank you .Let’s pull it together.兔和小鸭子：一、二、开始！哎----嗨----呦！哎---嗨---呦！哦，这萝卜太重了我们拔不出来HD: One, two, pull! Ai---Hay—Yo!Ai—Hay—Yo! Oh, the radish is too big. We can’t pull it out.(小伸伸懒腰走了出来)猴：我是小猴我饿了哦，你们在干什么？M: I’m a monkey. I’m hungry. Oh, What are you doing?兔和：你好，猴先生一个萝卜，一个大箩卜它太重了我们拔不出来HD: Hello, Mr. Monkey. A radish, a big radish. It’s too heavy. We can’t pull it out.猴：我帮你们咱们一起拔M: I’ll help you. Let’s pull it together.兔和：谢谢你咱们一起拔HD: Thank you. Let’s pull it together.兔，和猴： 一，二，开始！哎---嗨---呦！哎---嗨---呦！哦，这萝卜太重了我们拔不出来H,DM: One, two, begin! Ai---Hay---Yo! Ai—Hay---Yo! Oh, the radish is too heavy. We can’t pull it out.(小山羊走了过来)羊：我是山羊我饿了哦，你们在干什么？G: I’m a goat. I’m hungry. Oh, what are you doing?、兔和猴：你好，山羊先生一个萝卜，一个大萝卜它太重了我们拔不出来H,DM: Hello, Mr. Goat. A radish. a big radish. It’s too heavy. We can’t pull it out.羊：我帮你们咱们一起拔G: I’ll help you. Let’s pull it together.，兔和猴：谢谢你，咱们一起拔H,DM: Thank you. Let’s pull it together.兔，，猴和羊：一，二，开始哎—嗨---呦！这萝卜真大，这萝卜真重哎—嗨—呦！我们必须使劲干我们一定把它拔出来H,D,MG: One, two, begin. Ai—Hay—Yo! The radish is big. The radish is heavy. Ai---Hay—Yo! We must work hard. We must pull it out.兔，，猴和羊：哎—嗨—呦！啊，萝卜拔出来了！一个大萝卜！一个重萝卜我们大家一起吃！H,D,MG: Ai—Hay—Yo! Hooray, the radish is out! A big radish! We’ll eat it together .A heavy radish!(他们一起围着大萝卜唱歌，跳舞) 英语 童话 剧本
加拿大自然风光奇观英文介绍 -- :5:7 来源： 加拿大自然风光奇观英文介绍Canada's Northwest Territories offer travelers great escapes in winter and summer, with opporties to shop in Vancouver on the way. Mike Peters reports.Bob McLeod vividly remembers huddling with his boyhood friends in the twilight, waiting the night sky to darken. The youngsters in a remote tribal village of Canada's Northwest Territories would fidget as the heavens first went black, then slowly became luminous with faint hints of yellow and green. Suddenly, the spirits made themselves known, as sheets of brilliant green fire filled the horizon. In another direction, daggers of yellow may have struck the Earth, or a curtain of bright crimson may have swirled in the sky. The aurora borealis ("Northern Lights") had arrived."As small boys, we were scared but very excited, too," says McLeod, now the premier of the sparsely populated province, on a recent visit to China. The spirits, he says, didn't always come with bad intentions. "We knew they were the reason that some of the finest diamonds in the world were under our land."In fact, Canada's Northwest Territories province is the third-largest producer of diamonds in the world. It boasts official languages, thanks to its seven indigenous peoples. Old traditions of hunting and trapping are vibrant today, and fine furs from Mackenzie Bay carry hefty price tags in luxury shops around the world.Those are just a few of the fun facts McLeod has come to China to share about his province. experienced tourists who are eager to escape the rat-race of big cities, McLeod promises a "magical" hunting or fishing adventure, or a wilderness tour by snowmobile, or grandly silent paddling by canoe under the midnight sun - any or all possible from a beautiful remote lodge that's warm and comtable.And all with those amazing Northern Lights overhead."There are other places that offer tourists a chance to see the aurora," says David Ramsay, the NWT's minister tourism, "but we believe Yellowknife, our provincial capital, is the best place to see it in the world." That's not just homeboy bragging: A Japanese meteorologist's study indicates that Yellowknife offers a 9 percent likelihood to see the Arctic light show in season. That's because Yellowknife is far enough from the sea that cloud cover is rare."That means if you are in Yellowknife two or three days at the peak viewing time, you are guaranteed to see it," he says. "You can sit in your hot tub at your lodge, or relax in a heated chair on a 360-degree viewing deck."And you don't have to come in winter - you can see the lights in late summer, the end of August and all of September - so you can relax on a lodge deck to watch the show wearing shorts and drinking a beer."The stunning mountain scenery offers more active fun, too: Skiing in easy reach, dogsledding, ice fishing, snow-shoeing and snowmobile riding. The air is clean and clear, the sky is blue, and Canada's great outdoors is a great escape from the pressures of urban life in a pristine environment."Canada has some of the best skiing in the world, especially in British Columbia and Alberta," says Derek Galpin, managing director China of the Canadian Tourism Commission. "We've seen a growing trend in China - people wanting to ski, learning to ski - in fact, we've just done a number of promotions with the Nanshan ski resort just about an hour outside Beijing."Many people in China have seen the TV show Canada, You Can Be A Star, he notes. "We just sent two very good Chinese skiers to Alberta in December, and those programs are being shown on the Travel Channel this month - right now."And while the Northwest Territories are seductively remote, getting there is quite easy."There were 8 weekly flights to Canada in ," says Canadian ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques. Air Canada and several Chinese airlines offer direct flights to Vancouver from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenyang and Chengdu - and from Vancouver there are many flights to Yellowknife and to popular ski areas in the region.In fact, you can fly to Vancouver and then explore three mountains that are maybe only a half an hour from the center of Vancouver."You can be shopping at o'clock in the afternoon on Robson Street, the main shopping street in Vancouver, and by 3:5 you can be skiing!" says Galpin.Canada is well-known to Chinese, many of whom emigrated to the country's biggest cities of Toronto and Vancouver over the past century. In Yellowknife, Verda Law and other family members originally from Hong Kong operate a tour agency that caters to Chinese visitors - offering guides who speak Mandarin and Cantonese. Chinese food is available, and outfitters can offer winter gear and instruction skiing, ice-fishing and other winter activities."Almost 300,000 Chinese tourists came to Canada last year," says Galpin, noting that the number has grown rapidly since the country won Approved Destination Status from the Chinese government in . Tourism officials expect about 0,000 Chinese visitors this year, he says."Many of them will be experienced travelers who know destinations like Toronto and Vancouver very well," he says. "Niagara Falls near Toronto is an amazing sight, very different in summer and winter, but the Northwest Territories has the tallest waterfall in Canada - Victoria Falls - and no crowds. Maybe 1,000 people went there last year."So if people are looking something new, especially independent travelers and people coming in small groups with friends and family, places like the Northwest Territories offer a great variety of experiences." nature lovers, those experiences include getting a close look at bears.Driving from Banff to Jasper on the highway through the Rockies in the summertime you are likeliest to see brown bears. polar bears? "You'll want to go to Churchill in Manitoba later in the year," says Galpin. "In October or November, they are moving off the land, waiting the Hudson Bay to freeze. You are 0 percent guaranteed to see them.And you can get very close, very safely, he says."Big-wheeled tundra buggies scoot across the frozen ground, that haul 30 to 0 people very slowly across the tundra, and stop when they see a bear. The bear will come investigate, but the buggy always provides a barrier safety."You are not allowed to get out of the tundra buggies, guides make sure people follow the rules," he adds with a grin. "Polar bears are not cuddly - they are dangerous wild animals that can eat you. Seeing them is one of the great thrills of out-of-the-way places in Canada." 加拿大 英文介绍。
西安英语导游词 --01 ::53 来源： 西安英语导游词 西安，古称长安、京兆，是举世闻名的世界四大文明古都之一，居中国四大古都之首，是中国历史上建都朝代最多，影响力最大的都城是中华文明的发扬地、中华民族的摇篮、中华文化的杰出代表 Xi’an (Xī ǎn [西安]), the capital city of Shaanxi Province (Shǎn xī [陕西]), is also referred to as Xian, Chang’an (Dynastic name), Hsi-An (Wade-Giles), and Sian (old Postal System). Xi’an is recognized as one of the most important cities in China, both historically and currently. Xi’an, as it’s named now and under different names, has been the capital region dynastic periods. It also happens to be the Eastern end of the Silk Road. It is the home of ancient Neolithic Age ruins discoveries, and several important Buddhist sites. Beyond the history; Xi’an is surrounded by natural beauty, including; rivers, mountains, plains, and rolling hills. If today’s urban environment is your flavor, you will be well served in this metropolitan city. The City Wall of Xi'an is one of oldest existing Chinese city wall. It is based in Xi'an, an ancient capital of China. 19 E: Construction of the first city wall of Chang'an began, which did not finish until 190 E. The wall measured 5.7 km in length, - m in thickneat the base. The area within the wall was ca. 36 km. 70: Ming Dynasty built a new wall to protect a much smaller city of km. The wall measures .9 km in circumference, m in height, and -18 m in thickneat the base. The Great Mosque is located in Huajue Lane, which branches off from the West Main Street. It is the major spot the religious activities of over 60,000 Moslems in Xi’an. It is also an important historical monument in Shaanxi Province. Unlike Arabian mosques with splendid domes, skyward minarets, and dazzling patterns, this mosque possesses much Chinese tradition in both design and artistic outlook. It assumes the striking features of Chinese Pavilions, with painted beams and engraved ridgepoles. However, it would be useleto talk about the Great Mosque without knowing how Islam was introduced into China. Islam, as a religious order, was founded in the early period of the 7th century and was introduced to China in the mid-7th century. At that time, some Arabian merchants and travelers came to the northwestern region by way of Persia and Afghanistan to establish diplomatic, trade, and military contacts with China. Others started their voyage from the Bangladesh Bay, crossed the Strait of Malacca, and arrived at Guangzhou, Quanzhou, Hangzhou, Yangzhou and other Chinese cities. Later, many of them settled down and married the local women. Their children became the first generation of Chinese Moslems. However, massive immigration of Moslems to China did not take place until, as late as, the early period of the th century. As a result of his Western Expedition, Genghis Khan conquered vast expanses of land from Central Asia to East Europe, including the northern part of Iran. Many of the Moslems in these conquered areas were ced to enlist in the army. Later, they made China their permanent home. Many of them were soldiers; and some were smiths and officials. They were called the Hui people in the history books of the Yuan Dynasty. The Hui people later followed Kublai Khan down to the South, helping him unify China and establish the Yuan Dynasty. In the wake of this conquest, Islam sp all over China and mosques began to appear everywhere. Many Moslems held positions both in the military and civil services in the Yuan Dynasty. A lot of Moslems took part in Zhu Yuanzhang’s uprising in the early th century and made great contributions to the founding of the Ming Dynasty. Theree, all the emperors of the Ming Dynasty issued Moslems their great contributions. In the early th century, Islam dominated Xinjiang and sp its influence top Gansu, Ningxia and Qinghai. The religion later won domination over such minority ethnic groups as the Hui, the Uygur, the Kazak, the Kirgiz, the Tajik, the Tartar, the Uzbek, the Dongxiang, the Salar and the Bonan. The Moslems in Xi’an are mainly the Hui people. There are approximately million Moslems in China. The Great Mosque is the most sizable of its kind in the city of Xi’an, and also one of the oldest and best-preserved mosques in China. The Stone Tablet o the Building of the Mosque says that it was built in the Tang Dynasty. However, judging from its architectural style, it was probably built in the Ming Dynasty. Its four courtyards cover an area of more than ,000 square meters, with a building area of ,000 square meters. The still intact wooden memorial arch in the front yard was built at the turn of the th century. With glazed tiles, spectacular corners, and upturned eaves, it stands about nine meters high, and has a history of about 360 years. The stone memorial gateway in the center of the second courtyard is flanked by two tall tablets, with dragons carved on each. They record the details of the repair work ever conducted since the building of the master calligrapher Mi Fu mosque. One tablet bears the characters by the in the Song Dynasty: “May Islam Fill the Universe.” The other bears the characters by the Ming master calligrapher Dong Qichang, “Royally Bestowed.” These characters are typical examples of traditional Chinese calligraphy. At the entrance of the third courtyard is a hall built by the order of the Royal Court, where a “Crescent Tablet”, showing the calculation of the Islaluic Calendar is stored. The calendar was compiled by Xiao Xining, who was in charge of the mosque in the early period of the Qing Dynasty. A three-storeyed octagonal wooden structure called the Retrospection Tower stands in the center of the courtyard. It functions the same as the minaret in an average Arabian mosque. Orders are often sent from the tower to call the Moslems to come to worship. Respectively on the south and north wings of the tower are the Reception Chamber and the Scripture Chamber. Both of them are elegantly laid out. The five wooden houses, called “water houses” in the southwest section of the mosque, are where the believers bathe themselves bee they attend their services. Inside the fourth courtyard, there is a structure called the Phoenix Pavilion, a place where worshipers wait services. The pavilion, in fact, is a complex of three small buildings. The six-gabled structure in the central part is adjoined by two three-gabled buildings on each side which make it look like a flying phoenix; hence its name. Just at the back of the pavilion there is a fish pond, and beyond it is a platm with an area of 700 square meters. Acrothe platm stands the 1,300-square-meter prayer hall. It holds over 1,000 worshipers at a time. The ceiling is decorated with over 600 panels. The walls of the hall, as well as the panels, are decorated with patterns of trailing plants and Arabic letters. The shrine at the western end of the hall is where the imam and worshipers chant the Koran and pay homage while facing in the direction of Mecca. The Moslems in China share much the same customs with their brothers and sisters elsewhere in the world. They worship five times a day: at dawn, at noon, in the afternoon, at dusk, and at night. 西安 英语 导游词
《Titanic泰坦尼克号经典台词 -- 3::7 来源：kekenet 1.Outwardly, I was everything a well-brought up girl should be. Inside, I was screaming. 外表看,我是个教养良好的,骨子里,我很反叛..We’re the luckiest sons-of-*****es in the world. 我们是真***走运极了.(地道的美国国骂)3.there is nothing I couldn’t give you, there is nothing I would deny you, if you would not deny me. Open you’re heart to me. 如果你不违背我,你要什么我就能给你什么,你要什么都可以.把你 的心交给我吧..What the purpose of university is to find a suitable husband. 读大学的目的是找一个好丈夫.(好像有些片面,但比较真实)5.Remember, they love money, so just pretend like you own a goldmine and you’re in the club. 只要你装得很有钱的样子他们就会跟你套近乎6.All life is a game of luck. 生活本来就全靠运气7.I love waking up in the morning and not knowing what’s going to happen, or who I’m going to meet, where I’m going to wind up. 我喜欢早上起来时一切都是未知的,不知会遇见什么人,会有什么样的结局8.I figure life is a gift and I don’t intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you’re going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you. 我觉得生命是一份礼物,我不想浪费它,你不会知道下一手牌会是什么,要学会接受生活9.To make each day count. 要让每一天都有所值(※I like this one ).We’re women. Our choices are never easy. 我们是女人,我们的选择从来就不易.You jump, I jump. (another touching sentence).Will you give us a chance to live? 能不能给我们留一条生路?.God shall wipe away all the tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death. Neither shall there be sorrow or dying, neither shall there be any more pain, the mer world has passed away. 上帝擦去他们所有的眼泪.死亡不再有,也不再有悲伤和生死离别,不再有痛苦,因往事已矣..You’re going to get out of here. You’re going to go on and you’re going to make lots of babies and you’re going to watch them grow and you’re going to die an old, an old lady, warm in your bed. Not here. Not this night. Not like this. 你一定会脱险的,你要活下去,生很多孩子,看着他们长大.你会安享晚年,安息在温暖的床上,而不是今晚在这里,不是像这样的死去 经典台词 TitanicMy claroom --3 ::6 来源： My classroom i'm in class 3, grade 6. my classroom is not very big, but it is clean. there are many desks snd chairs in it. there are two blackboards on the wall. the teacher's desk is in front of the blackboard. there are four lights on the white wall. and there are four fans near the lights. there are seven windows in it. i like my classroom! welcome to my classroom!《初恋50次经典台词 -- 3:31: 来源：kekenet 背景介绍《初恋50次（50FirstDates）是一部爱情喜剧片亨利（亚当·桑德勒）爱上了美丽的女孩露西（德鲁·巴丽尔），却发现露西因为一次车祸患上了一种极为罕见的短期记忆丧失症每天早晨一醒来就会把前一天的事情忘得一干二净坠入情网的亨利无法放弃自己心爱的女孩，他在朋友乌拉的帮助下，开始了既疯狂又令人感动的追求计划———务求在每天太阳升起时，让露西再一次爱上自己最终爱情的力量战胜了病魔下面这段对话，就发生在这“初恋50次”中的一天露西：我不想让你明天太伤脑筋，所以你到时候也许可以和我聊聊……百合花亨利：百合花？露西：我非常喜欢百合花亨利：谢谢提示露西：晚安（她走进房子）露西父：你先别急着走我们该请你喝杯啤酒亨利：我想，可能日子不必过得像现在这样糟糕露西父：你想说什么呢？亨利：你们把真相告诉她时，她发现的不仅是那场车祸她还会发现，自己的生活原来都是被人设计好的这对她的刺激最大Lucy：I don''t want you to strike out tomorrow. So maybe you could talk to me about…lilies.Henry：Lilies?Lucy：I''m a sucker lilies.Henry：Thanks the tip.Lucy：Good night. (She entered the house)Father：You don''t have to rush off. Stick around. You''ve earned yourself a couple of beers.Henry：Well, maybe days like this don''t have to be so bad.Father：What are you trying to say?Henry：When you guys tell her, she is not just finding out about the accident. She''s finding out that her life is basi-cally a set-up. I think that freaks her out the most.语言点：1、“tip”在英语中的意思很广，在这段对话中有“内幕消息、情报”的意思在股市、和赛马比赛中经常有些所谓的“内部消息”到处流传，港台即以“tips”的谐音称其为“贴士”此外“tip”还有“小窍门”的意思例如现今一些网站和时尚杂志上经常用的标题“夏季防蚊小tip”之类不过如果你到国外的餐馆，看见墙上挂着“No Tips”的牌子，请不要误以为“莫谈国事”之类这里的“tip”是指小费“No Tips”即指“不收小费”的意思、“You''ve earned yourself something.”是上级长辈常常用来嘉许下属晚辈的用语当然这里也可以说“We will treat you a couple of beers what you''ve done”但语气上要平淡得多，而且前者以“you”做主语，更加突出对方的重要性这里是英语会话中比较细微的差别3、“freak out”是美国近年流行的俚语，意为“吓坏，弄疯，受刺激”等，类似于drives ome鄄bodycrazy———不是生理上真疯，而是精神上受了比较大的打击露西受伤之后，她的家人为了避免刺激她，不得不每天都把房子布置成相同的样式，连报纸都永远是同一天的当这一切被揭穿之后，露西非常震惊“freak”在英语里有“怪胎”的意思“freakout”不妨字对字译为“魂掉了”很难说清这个词是从什么时候开始流行的从笔者看美国情景喜剧《六人行的印象，直到非常靠后的几季里，这个字眼才大量出现从这个意义上讲，像《六人行这样持续十年之久的电视剧，倒是可以当成研究美国俚语演变的一部参考文献 初恋 经典台词
小水滴与大海 --19 :19:3 来源： 很久以前，有一粒小水滴听东海爷爷讲有关东海的故事它知道东海用千里之遥，不能形容海的辽阔，用千仞之高，不足以形容海的深度它非常羡慕东海 于是，它问东海爷爷：“东海爷爷，为什么东海那么辽阔还那么深呢？”东海爷爷告诉它：“我以前也是一粒小水滴，我和许多伙伴们日夜不停地奔流，小伙伴汇集融合在一起，就成了一条小溪，但我们没有停止脚步，继续日夜不停的地向前奔流，然后又成了江河，最后许多江河汇集在一起，就成了大海，形成了现在的东海”小水滴又问：“我们真的有那么大的力量吗？可以变成小溪，变成江河，变成大海吗？”东海爷爷回答道：“当然可以啦！不积小流无以成江河，所以你们都可以成为大海的还有，成海以后，不要忘记小水滴的存在，更不要轻视小水滴的力量，它可是我们生命的源泉啊！没有它，就没有我们” 小水滴记住了东海爷爷的话，最后终于成为了著名的南海A long time ago, and has a small drop of water in the East China Sea listening to the story of the East China Sea Grandpa stresses. It is aware of the East China Sea using miles apart, can not be described in a vast sea, with 00 960 high enough to describe the depth of the sea. It is very envious of the East China Sea. Theree, it asked the East China Sea grandfather : "Grandpa East. Why then has the vast East China Sea so deep? "East grandfather told it :" I also another little drop of water, I and many partners around the clock to muddy pool together a small partnership, it becomes a small stream. But we do not stop pace, the ed States is continuing to pour ward, and then became rivers. Finally many rivers come together, it becomes a sea, the mation of the East China Sea. "small drop asked : "We really have so much power? can be turned into a stream, into a river into the sea? "East Grandpa replied : "Of course not! can not become small rivers flow, so you can become the sea. Also, into the sea, Do not get the existence of small water droplets, not to overlook the power of small water droplets, but it is the source of our life! Without it, We would not. "small drop in the East China Sea remember his grandfather, finally became the famous South China Sea.我的周末生活My Weekend Life -- :: 来源： In the weekend, I like to go shopping with my mother. We buy a lot of things, I choose all kinds of snacks, such as candy, milk, sometimes my mother protects me buying too much candy, she says it will do harm to my health. Though I am not happy, I accept it. Going shopping with my mother makes me so happy.周末，我喜欢和妈妈去购物我们买很多东西，我选择各种各样的小吃，比如糖果，牛奶，有时候妈妈阻止我买太多糖果，她说这对我的健康有害虽然我不开心，但是我接受和妈妈购物让我很开心
My weekend --19 :: 来源： Hi, this is Lisa. I am going to have a busy weekend. On Saturday, I’m going to do my homework. Then, I’m going to buy a book about Harry Potter. It’s my favourite book. I have a lot of posters of Harry Potter. After lunch, I’m going to visit my grandparents and play with my cousins, Denis and and Alice. They are active. Dennis likes singing very much. Alice likes drawing pictures. We often play hide-and-seek together. In the evening, I’ll help my mom clean the house. I like help my mom with the housework. My mom always says I am a good girl. After that, I am going to the book about Harry Potter. That will be fun. On Sunday, I am going to the stamp show in Qinghui Gardens. I like collecting stamps. I have got 0 stamps. In the evening, I am going to back school. What about you? What are you going to do on the weekend? Can you tell me, please?
The Colour of Clouds --3 :31:55 来源： The Colour of Cloudssometimes the sky is full of white clouds. but sometimes clouds look black. where does the colour come from? clouds are made of water or ice. but the drops of water in the clouds are not red or orange. the sun makes the colours in the clouds. sunshine changes colour as it goes through the drops of water in the clouds. clouds look dark because they are so thick. lots of drops of water make a cloud. very little sunshine can go through. dust also makes clouds dark. dust from the ground is blown into the sky. and becomes part of the clouds. the colours of the clouds tell about the wether.。
我的白色情人节 My White Day -- :3:5 来源： Yesterday, I asked my mother to buy me some candies. It was my favorite white rabbit rolls. When my mother bought it me, I ate a little and hided the rest. I was going to bring them to school to give them to my primary school deskmate, Xiao Fang, because today is white day. I want to give present to her to make her happy on this special day. I will give the candies to her later. Wish me good luck. Hehe!昨天，我让我妈妈给我买了些糖果那是我最喜欢的大白兔奶糖当我妈妈帮我买了之后，我就吃了一点点，就把剩下的藏起来了我要把它们带到学校给小芳，我的小学同桌，因为今天是白色情人节在这个特殊的日子里，我希望她能够开心我一会就把糖果给她祝我好运呵呵！
一年级英语作文：Good friend --1 01:1:31 来源： I have a good friend. she is a beautiful girl. she has long black hair, two big black eyes and a red mouth. her voice is better. she is good at singing. She is a clever girl. She likes ing books , playing computer games and che. she is also nice. she often hel us . our clamates like her very much.
一段对话 A Conversation -- ::53 来源： Ann: Good morning,Eva. Happy to see you here. How are you?Ann：早上好，伊娃很高兴在这里见到你你最近还好吗？Eva: Great. And you?Eva ：很好！你呢？Ann: I am good. Thanks.Oh, let me introduce my friend to you, Eva. This is Kate. She comes fromAmerica. Kate, this is Eva.Ann：我很好谢谢噢，让我向你介绍一下我的朋友，伊娃这是凯特，来自美国凯特，这是伊娃Eva: Hello, Kate. Niceto meet you.Eva：你好，凯特，很高兴见到你Kate: Nice to meetyou, too. Where are you from?Kate：我也很高兴见到你你来自哪里？Eva: I am fromCanada.EVa：我来自加拿大Kate: Oh, really? Iwent to Canada with my parents bee. It’s a great country.Kate：噢，是吗？我以前和我父母去过加拿大，那是个很美的国家Eva: Yes, It’sreally great. And America is my favorite country, too.Eva：是的，很美美国也是我喜欢的国家Kate: I am happyto hear that.Kate：我很高兴你这么说Ann: Vow! I thinkyou two can be good friends. How about go shopping together?Ann：哇，我觉得你们两可以成为好朋友一起去逛街怎么样？Eva Kate:Good!EvaKate：好的！