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常用英语句子大全 --9 :5: 来源: 常用英语句子大全想要练好口语?这不是纸上谈兵的事,小编在这里为大家整理了一些常用英语句子,让我们一起开始行动吧! 1.I’m an office worker. 我是上班族    .I work the government. 我在政府机关做事    3. I am going to my uncle's. 我去我叔叔家   .I like your sense of humor. 我喜欢你的幽默感    5.She is doing nothing right now. 她现在没做什么事情   6.I’ll call you. 我会打电话给你    7.She is doing some cooking. 她在煮东西    8.I want something to eat. 我想吃点东西    9.I need your help. 我需要你的帮助    .I would like to talk to you a minute. 我想和你谈一下    .I have a lot of problems. 我有很多问题    .I hope our dreams come true. 我希望我们的梦想成真    .I’m looking ward to seeing you. 我期望见到你    .I’m supposed to go on a diet get a raise. 我应该节食涨工资    .I heard that you’re getting married. Congratulations.听说你要结婚了,恭喜!    .I see what your mean. 我了解你的意思    .I can’t do this. 我不能这么做    18.Let me explain why I was late. 让我解释迟到的理由    19.Let’s have a beer or something. 咱们喝点啤酒什么的    .Where is your office? 你们的办公室在哪?    1.What is your plan? 你的计划是什么?    .When is the store closing? 这家店什么时候结束营业?    3.Are you sure you can come by at nine? 你肯定你九点能来吗?    .Am I allowed to stay out past ? 我可以十点过后再回家吗?    5.The meeting was scheduled two hours, but it is now over yet. 会议原定了两个小时,不过现在还没有结束    6.Tom’s birthday is this week. 汤姆的生日就在这个星期    7.Would you care to see it sit down a while? 你要不要看坐一会呢?    .Can you cover me on Fridayhelp me tell me how to get there? 星期五能不能请你替我个班你能帮我吗你能告诉我到那里怎么走吗?    9.Could you do me a big favor? 能否请你帮我个忙?    30.He is crazy about Crazy English. 他对疯狂英语很着迷    31.Can you imagine how much he paid that car?你能想象他买那车花了多少钱吗?    3.Can you believe that I bought a TV ?    33.Did you know he was having an affaircheating on his wife? 你知道他有外遇了吗?欺骗他的妻子吗?    .Did you hear about the new project? 你知道那个新项目吗?    35.Do you realize that all of these shirts are half off? 你知道这些衬衫都卖半价了吗?    36.Are you mind if I take tomorrow off? 你介意我明天请假吗?    37.I enjoy working with you very much. 我很喜欢和你一起工作    38.Did you know that Stone ended up marrying his secretary? 你知道吗?斯通最终和他的秘书结婚了    39.Let’s get together lunch. 让我们一起吃顿午餐吧    0.How did you do on your test? 你这次考试的结果如何?    1.Do you think you can come? 你认为你能来吗?    .How was your weekend ? 你周末过得怎么样?    3.Here is my card. 这是我的名片    .He is used to eating out all the time. 他已经习惯在外面吃饭了    5.I’m getting a new computer birthday present. 我得到一台电脑作生日礼物    6.Have you ever driven a BMW? 你有没有开过“宝马”?    7.How about if we go tomorrow instead? 我们改成明天去怎么样?    8.How do you like Hong Kong? 你喜欢香港吗?    9.How do you want your steak? 你的牛排要几分熟?    50.How did the game turn out? 球赛结果如何?    51.How did Mary make all of her money? 玛丽所有的钱是怎么赚到的?    5.How was your date? 你的约会怎么样?    53.How are you doing with your new boss? 你跟你的新上司处得如何?    5.How should I tell him the bad news? 我该如何告诉他这个坏消息?    55.How much money did you make? 你赚了多少钱?    56.How much does it cost to go abroad? 出国要多少钱?    57.How long will it take to get to your house? 到你家要多久?    58.How long have you been here? 你在这里多久了?    59.How niceprettycoldfunnystupidboringinteresting.    60.How about going out dinner? 出去吃晚餐如何?    61.I’m sorry that you didn’t get the job. 很遗憾,你没有得到那份工作    6.I’m afraid that it’s not going to work out. 我恐怕这事不会成的    63.I guess I could come over. 我想我能来    6.Is it okay to smoke in the office? 在办公室里抽烟可以吗?   65.It was kind of exciting. 有点剌激    66.I know what you want. 我知道你想要什么    67.Is that why you don’t want to go home? 这就是你不想回家的原因吗?    68.I’m sure we can get you a great good deal. 我很肯定我们可以帮你做成一笔好交易    69.Would you help me with the report? 你愿意帮我写报告吗?    70.I didn’t know he was the richest person in the world.我不知道他是世界上最有钱的人    71.I’ll have to ask my bosswife first.我必须先问一下我的老板老婆    7.I take it you don’t agree. 这么说来,我认为你是不同意    73.I tried losing weight, but nothing worked. 我曾试着减肥,但是毫无效果    7.It doesn’t make any sense to get up so early.那么早起来没有任何意义    75.It took years of hard work to speak good English. 讲一口流利的英语需要多年的刻苦操练    76.It feels like spring I’ve been here bee. 感觉好象春天到了我以前来过这里    77.I wonder if they can make it. 我在想他们是不是能办得到     78.It’s not as cold hot as it was yesterday. 今天不想昨天那么冷热    79.It’s not his work that bothers me; it’s his attitude. 困扰我的不是他的工作,而是他的态度    80.It sounds like you enjoyed it. 听起来你好象蛮喜欢的    81.It seems to me that be would like to go back home. 我觉得他好象想要回家    8.It looks very nice. 看起来很漂亮    83.Is everything under control? 一切都在掌握之中吗?    8.I thought you could do a better job. 我以为你的表现会更好    85.It’s time us to say “No” to America. 是我们对美国说不的时候了    86.The show is supposed to be good. 这场表演应当是相当好的    87.It really depends on who is in charge. 那纯粹要看谁负责了    88.It involves a lot of hard work. 那需要很多的辛勤工作    89.That might be in your favor. 那可能对你有利    90.I didn’t realize how much this meant to you. 我不知道这个对你的意义有这么大    91.I didn’t mean to offend you. 我不是故意冒犯你    9.I was wondering if you were doing anything this weekend. 我想知道这个周末你有什么要做    93.May I have your attention., please? 请大家注意一下    9.This is great golfing swimming picnic weather. 这是个打高尔夫球游泳野餐的好天气    95.Thanks taking me the movie. 谢谢你带我去看电影    96.I am too tired to speak. 我累得说不出活来    97.Would you tell me your phone number? 你能告诉我你的电话号码吗?    98.Where did you learn to speak English? 你从哪里学会说英语的呢?    99.There is a TV show about AIDS on right now. 电视正在播放一个关于爱滋病的节目    0.What do you think of his new job this magazine? 你对他的新工作这本杂志看法如何 常用英语句子Types of Speech Standard usage includes those words and expressions understood,used,and accepted by a majority of the speakers of a language in any situation regardless of the level of mality. As such, these words and expressions are well defined and listed in standard dictionaries. Colloquialisms, on the other hand, are familiar words and idioms that are understood by almost all speakers of a language and used in inmal speech or writing, but not considered appropriate more mal situations.Almost all idiomatic expressions are colloquial language.Slang, however, refers to words and expressions understood by a large number of speakers but not accepted as good, mal usage by the majority. Colloquial expressions and even slang may be found in standard dictionaries but will be so identified.Both colloquial usage and slang are more common in speech than in writing. Colloquial speech often passes into standard speech.Some slang also passes into standard speech, but other slang expressions enjoy momentary popularity followed by obscurity. In some cases,the majority never accepts certain slang phrases but nevertheless retains them in their collective memories. Every generation seems to require its own set of words to describe familiar objects and events. It has been pointed out by a number of linguists that three cultural conditions are necessary the creation of a large body of slang expressions. First, the introduction and acceptance of new objects and situations in the society;second, a diverse population with a large number of subgroups; third, association among the subgroups and the majority population. Finally,it is worth noting that the terms "standard" "colloquial" and "slang"exist only as abstract labels scholars who study language.Only a tiny number of the speakers of any language will be aware that they are using colloquial or slang expressions.Most speakers of English will, during appropriate situations, select and use all three types of expressions. 633品牌口语00句(8):溢于言表 --5 :31:50 来源: 每天背 句,你能坚持多久?1. You’re pouring water into a sieve.你太浪费了. This contravenes regulations.这违反规则3. It must remain in true-blue hands.这事必须由可靠的人办#9658;true-blue 忠贞不渝的,坚贞的,坚定的gt;gt;每日一句英译汉667--true-bluelt;lt;. The car is roomy.这车很宽敞5. Snap out of it. It’s not the end of the world.别老想这事了又不是世界末日#9658;snap out of it 打起精神,行动起来,别泄气e.g. Even if you were wasting time all the years bee, you can still snap out of it and begin a new life now. 就算你之前几年都在荒废时间,现在你仍然可以振作起来,开始新的生活gt;gt;地道口语:常用介词口语短句lt;lt;6. Her joy was palpable.她的幸福溢于言表7. I have to use heavy-handed tactics.我只能采取铁腕政策#9658;heavy-handed 笨手笨脚的,不灵活的;严厉的,苛刻的;粗鲁的,粗俗的gt;gt;【读迷你小对话 学英语口语】第课:笨拙 - 6lt;lt;8. Bookkeeping is not really my line.财会不是我强项9. Peasant workers are poorly remunerated.农民工的收入很低. If you buy that house you’re on the hamster wheel.要是买了那房子,你还贷款就没个头了 品牌口语Long Walk to Freedom 漫漫自由路Then I slowly saw that not only was I not free, but my brothers and sisters were not free. I saw that it was not just my freedom that was curtailed, but the freedom of everyone who looked like I did. That is when I joined the African National Congress, and that is when the hunger my own freedom became the greater hunger the freedom of my people. The chains on any one of my people were the chains on all of them, the chains on all of my people were the chains on me. It was during these long and lonely years that my hunger the freedom of my people became a hunger the freedom of all people, white and black. I knew as well as I knew anything that the oppressor much be liberated just as surely as the oppressed.我渐渐发现不光是我失去了自由,我的兄弟也失去了自由 不光我的自由被大打折扣看起来和我的一样的所有其他人的自由都被大打折扣在我加入非洲国民大会的时候,也就是当我从追求个人的自由转变为追求人民的自由的时候加于每一个人身上的枷锁,就是加于全体人民身上的;加于全体人民身上的枷锁就是加于我身上的枷锁正是在那些漫长而又孤独的岁月里,我从为我自己的民族斗争转变成为全体的人民;;白人和黑人,追求自由的奋斗我深知正如其他事情一样,压迫者和被压迫者同样必须得到解放When I walked out of prison, that was my mission, to liberate the oppressed and the oppressor both. Some say that has now been achieved. But I know that that is not the case. The truth is that we are not yet free; we have merely achieved the freedom to be free, the right not to be oppressed. We have not taken the final step of our journey, but the first step on a longer and even more difficult road. I have walked that long road to freedom. I have tried not to falter; I have made missteps along the way. But I have discovered the secret that after climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb. I have taken a moment here to rest, to steal a view of the glorious vista that surrounds me, to look back on the distance I have come. But I can rest only a moment, with freedom come responsibilities, and I dare not linger, my long walk is not yet ended.当我步出监狱的时候,我就把解放被压迫者以及压迫者视为我的使命有人说这使命已经完成,但我知道并非如此,事实上我们并没有获得自由,我们只是获得争取自由的自由,获得了不被压迫的自由,我们的征程才刚刚开始,我们刚刚踏出这艰苦而又漫长的征程的第一步在通往自由的道路上我走了很久我努力不让自己止步在这条路上我也曾迷失过,但我却发现了一个秘密,就是当爬过一座高山后,才发现原来还有更多的山要攀登,我只是在这里稍加歇息,看一看身边的美好风景,回顾一下自己所走过的路,但我只能稍作停留,因为随着自由而来的还有责任,我不敢逗留,漫长的旅途还未到尽头freedom n.自由liberate v.解放surround v.环绕linger v.逗留 9

Wedding customs and traditionsThe idea of having bridesmaids1),pages),a best man and ushers originated with the belief that evil spirits,envious of the couple’s happiness,would be out to harm them,but would be confused by so many similarly dressed people.The custom of the best man probably goes back to the days when the groom took a friend with him when he went to kidnap the bride from her home.Bells were originally rung at weddings to frighten away the evil spirits,and noisy celebrations were held beehand to try and drive them from the commy.These were the ancestors of our stag and hen parties.The Ancient Egyptians were probably the first to use wedding rings:in hieroglyphics3),the circle was the symbol of eternity.The ring can also symbolize the bonds of a captive.The Hindu ceremony takes place under a canopy of brocade or some other richly decorated material,festooned with flowers.The bride,wearing a red silk sari,is the first to arrive,but she hides out of sight until the bridegroom,robed in white,has been brought in by his friends and relations.As he enters,lights are waved over his head and grains of rice are thrown,a ceremonial act symbolizing riches and fertility.In the Buddhist ceremony the bride and groom sip three times from each of three bowls of increasing size to symbolize how their lives will grow together.In past times it was customary to shower the bride and groom with petals as they left the church,and them to walk along a path strewn with flowers.This charming idea gave way in the era of mass production to paper confetti.In some countries,rice is thrown,to symbolize fertility and plenty.Beware,it could hurt if thrown with great vigour.White wedding dresses have been in the efront of bridal fashion since Queen Victoria broke with the royal tradition of a silver dress and opted) white her wedding to Prince Albert in 180.The going-away car is often decorated by high-spirited friends with messages in lipstick and shaving foam,and tied about with balloons,tin cans,and old boots.The“old boot”tradition is an ancient one and stems from the time when the father,on giving away his daughter to the groom,presented him also with one of her slippers.This gave the new husband,symbolically speaking,the up per hand, he was supposed to thrash5) her with it should she displease him.The slipper was put at the bed head on his side of the bed to remind his wife w ho was boss.However,if she became the dominant partner,neighbours transferred the power of the slipper to her,and christened6) her“the old boot.”In the Jewish wedding ceremony the couple are married under a chuppah7),a canopy of s ilk or velvet8) held up by four posts.This is a relic o f the time when the children of Israel lived in tents.It symbolizes the bridal chamber.To some it signifies the home the couple will make together;its fragility reminds the couple of their own weakness and the need to nurture their union in order to ensure its survival.During the ceremony the bride and groom drink wine from the same glass,symbolizing that they will share all things.The bridegroom then dashes the glass to the floor and grinds it under his foot.Some say that this is a reminder of the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem,others that it frightens off the evil spirits;friends call out muzeltov(good luck)at this point. 6

Psychoanalyst---Sigmund FreudThere are no neutrals in the Freud wars. Admiration, on one side; skepticism, on the other. But on one thing the contending parties agree good or ill, Sigmund Freud, more than any other explorer of the psyche, has shaped the mind of the th century.The very fierceness and persistence of his detractors are a tribute to the staying power of Freud's ideas. There is nothing new about such confrontations; they have dogged Freud's footsteps since he developed the luster of theorieshe would give the name of psychoanalysis. His fundamental idea has struck many as a romantic, scientifically improvable notion.His contention that the catalog of neurotic ailments to which humans are susceptible is nearly always the work of sexual maladjustments, and that erotic desire starts not in puberty but in infancy, seemed to the respectable nothing less than obscene. His dramatic evocation of a universal Oedipus complex, in which the little boy loves his mother and hates his father, seems more like a literary conceit than a thesis worthy of a scientifically minded psychologist.The book that made his reputation in the profession—although it sold poorly—was “The Interpretation of Dreams” (1900), an indefinable masterpiece—part dream analysis, part autobiography, part theory of the mind, part history of contemporary Vienna. The principle that underlay this work was that mental experiences are part of nature. 535

Ode to a Nightingale MY heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk, Or emptied some dull opiate to the drains One minute past, and Lethe-wards had sunk ‘Tis not through envy of thy happy lot, But being too happy in thine happiness,— That thou, light-winged Dryad of the trees, In some melodious plot Of beechen green, and shadows numberless, Singest of summer in full-throated ease. O, a draught of vintage! that hath been Cool’d a long age in the deep-delved earth, Tasting of Flora and the country green, Dance, and Provencal song, and sunburnt mirth! O a beaker full of the warm South, Full of the true, the blushful Hippocrene, With beaded bubbles winking at the brim, And purple-stained mouth; That I might drink, and leave the world unseen, And with thee fade away into the est dim Fade far away, dissolve, and quite get What thou among the leaves hast never known, The weariness, the fever, and the fret Here, where men sit and hear each other groan; Where palsy shakes a few, sad, last gray hairs, Where youth grows pale, and spectre-thin, and dies; Where but to think is to be full of sorrow And leaden-eyed despairs, Where Beauty cannot keep her lustrous eyes, Or new Love pine at them beyond to-morrow. Away! away! I will fly to thee, Not charioted by Bacchus and his pards, But on the viewless wings of Poesy, Though the dull brain perplexes and retards Aly with thee! tender is the night, And haply the Queen-Moon is on her throne, Cluster’d around by all her starry Fays; But here there is no light, Save what from heaven is with the breezes blown Through verdurous glooms and winding mossy ways. I cannot see what flowers are at my feet, Nor what soft incense hangs upon the boughs, But, in embalmed darkness, guess each sweet Wherewith the seasonable month endows The grass, the thicket, and the fruit-tree wild; White hawthorn, and the pastoral eglantine; Fast fading violets cover’d up in leaves; And mid-May’s eldest child, The coming musk-rose, full of dewy wine, The murmurous haunt of flies on summer eves. Darkling I listen; and, many a time I have been half in love with easeful Death, Call’d him soft names in many a mused rhyme, To take into the air my quiet breath; Now more than ever seems it rich to die, To cease upon the midnight with no pain, While thou art pouring th thy soul abroad In such an ecstasy! Still wouldst thou sing, and I have ears in vain— To thy high requiem become a sod. Thou wast not born death, immortal Bird! No hungry generations t thee down; The voice I hear this passing night was heard In ancient days by emperor and clown Perhaps the self-same song that found a path Through the sad heart of Ruth, when, sick home, She stood in tears amid the alien corn; The same that oft-times hath Charm’d magic casements, opening on the foam Of perilous seas, in faery lands lorn. lorn! the very word is like a bell To toil me back from thee to my sole self! Adieu! the fancy cannot cheat so well As she is fam’d to do, deceiving elf. Adieu! adieu! thy plaintive anthem fades Past the near meadows, over the still stream, Up the hill-side; and now ’tis buried deep In the next valley-glades Was it a vision, or a waking dream? Fled is that music—Do I wake or sleep?

Maze: 迷魂阵 -01-7 00::0 来源: 翻查字典,maze和labyrinth的中文释义似乎都大同小异--迷宫;通道互相连接、很容易让人迷路的建筑对于爱较真儿的朋友,这种解释肯定难以让他满意,不过,若想要探个究竟,弄清楚maze和labyrinth的区别其实也不难 先说爱不爱看武侠小说?对小说中各式离奇的“迷魂阵”有无一个具体概念?“迷魂阵”等于死角,进去的人十有八九找不到出口,困在“迷魂阵”里,再有耐性的人都会被逼得发狂如果在maze和labyrinth两个词中做选择,“迷魂阵”最恰切的表达就是maze 相对于maze,labyrinth给人的想象空间更具诱惑性--labyrinth是一条狭长的、充满奇幻前景的通道,通道里虽然也内置错综复杂的小径,但小径带给探险者的多是新鲜和刺激由此,用“迷宫”来形容labyrinth可谓形象生动兼备有之 日常生活中,maze和labyrinth常被人们通用,其渊源在于在神话传说里,labyrinth被用来指囚禁牛头人身怪兽Minotaur(弥诺陶洛斯)的地方,囚押地机关重重,颇似我们所说的“迷魂阵” 顺便提一个词--amaze,它的词根就是maze(迷魂阵),由此,amaze除了用作“使惊奇;使震惊”外,还可表示“使困惑”举个例子:Iam mazed at his rudeness.(他的粗野让我大为困惑)另外,词组in the maze则表示“不知所措” (中国日报网站编译) maze 迷魂 通道 就是

对我和霍莉来说,一切是从一只无主的猫开始的它在严寒中被抛弃,在校舍楼前台阶上,蜷缩在一个球里这是一所为心理不正常的儿童开设的小学,我在那儿每周提供三天的心理治疗Is Holly Working Today? Holly and me,it started with a stray kitten1).Abandoned in the harsh winter weather,she huddled in a ball on the front steps of our building,an elementary school emotionally disturbed children where I provided therapy three days a week.That morning,I kept the kitten in my office while the principal figured out) where to take it.It started as the children soberly3) traipsed) into my office that day their therapy.When they spotted the kitten,their faces suddenly brightened.Their reticence5) and tenseness seemed to melt away as they petted the stray,and our sessions were relaxed and open.The kitten's effect was astounding and,by the end of the day,I was hatching a plan.My dog,Holly,was a gentle,gregarious6),well-behaved seven-year-old of mix ed parentage.Couldn't she have the same relaxing effect on the children I counseled?Enthused,I began paperwork requesting permission to bring Holly to school with me,providing documentation of the benefits of companion animals.The project was approved,but my supervisor clearly let me know that Holly and I were on trial.The responsibility any problems with the “dog experiment ”would land squarely on my shoulders.Optimistic nonetheless,I smiled at the signs pasted on my office door as I unlocked it on Holly's first morning with me at school.“Holly is happy to be here,”the children had carefully stenciled7).Aly the children were responding positively to the idea of a dog counselor.Holly sniffed out my office,and we settled in a day of work.A small boy entered,and he and Holly stared at each other warily.“Does that dog bite?”“No,”I assured him.“Why don't you give her a treat?”I handed him a bag of multicolored doggie treats.“Pick any color you like,”I said.The boy chose a red treat and tentatively held it out to Holly.She neatly and gently took the treat,swallowed it quickly and licked the boy's hand.The boy smiled.Holly's critical debut had been a success.After the bell rang,a succession of little visitors came to our door,vying8) to see Holly.As they took turns handing treats to Holly,she wagged her tail and licked their hands,showing her approval.It was no wonder the children were drawn to her: many of them,it was t heir first encounter with unconditional acceptance.During the days that followed,Holly learned not to bark at the children's knocks on my office door.I set up a corner her in my office on a piece of carpet remnant9).The children eagerly came to me their counseling visits,sitting on the floor by Holly and petting,brushing,playing with and confiding in her.As they relaxed with Holly,they let down their defenses.Our counseling sessions became smooth and productive.Little by little,Holly's influence reached beyond her little corner of my office.Absences at school began to drop,and the children's disruptive behaviors softened.Even the teachers ducked in some pet therapy throughout the day,giving Holly a short pat and restoring their spirits in her presence.I didn't realize how loved Holly was,though,until I missed two days of work with strep throat).When I called in sick the first day,expecting a touch of sympathy,I was immediately asked if that meant Holly would have to stay home,too.The second day,I was seriously asked if I could at least send Holly to work in a cab.Apparently,the teachers were tired of answering the question:“Is Holly working today?”One morning bee school,nine-year-old LeMar,a third-grader who visited Holly regularly,was shot and killed in a domestic dispute.His classmates learned of the tragedy while they were still on the school bus,and by the time they arrived at school,they were terrified and in tears.I hurried to LeMar's home classroom,Holly trailing behind me.LeMar's teacher stood there with tears streaming down her face.“My degree didn't prepare me to handle something like this,”she sobbed.I mustered all my sources and expertise to come up with the right words to soothe them.“Crying is okay adults and children,”I began,“especially when something like this happens.”Still seeing the pain on their faces,I continued to tell them that it was okay to be scared,that fear is a natural response. a while,we talked about how we would miss LeMar.It was at this point that I realized what Holly was doing.She was working her way around the room,going from child to child--and the teacher--putting her front paws on their laps and stretching up to lick the tears from their faces.Unconsciously,the children hugged her back,running their fingers through her fur with such intensity that she would have gone bald if they'd done it all day.She called no significant attention to herself,but quietly expressed love and consolation.She diligently kept up her silent comt throughout that long,difficult day.As I slid into the front seat of my car t hat afternoon,I leaned back,exhausted from the emotional trauma).I just wanted to be home.Glancing briefly into the backseat,I was surprised to see that Holly had aly fallen asleep.She was just as drained as I was,if not more so,and,not the first time,I felt a pang of guilt.Was a fair to ask my dog to take on the emotional responsibilities of troubled children?Shouldn't she be allowed to stay home and enjoy the carefree life of a house pet?Those doubts may be why,even now,I occasionally stop in my rush to leave school in the morning and,instead of ordering Holly into the car,look at her,asking,“Do you want to go to school today?”When she leaps up eagerly,all wags and excitement,I figure she's answered that burning question all of us.Yes,Holly is working today. 35

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