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#39;Come on,#39;Sapt cried.#39;There#39;s no time for that now.We must leave for Zenda at once,to find the King!If we#39;re caught,we#39;ll all be killed!“得了,”萨普特说,“现在没工夫说这些了,我们得立即去曾达,去找国王!假如我们被逮住了,我们都得死!Black Michael has had a letter from Zenda,so perhaps he knows aly.Don#39;t unlock the door,Fritz,while we#39;re away,or you#39;ll be a dead man.黑迈克尔收到了一封曾达来的信,所以他也许已经知道了。我们不在的时候你别开门,弗里茨,不然你会死的。Say the King must be left alone to rest.Now,come on.The horses are y.#39;你就说国王得一个人呆着休息。现在,走吧,马已经准备好了。”Fritz and I shook hands,then I covered my red hair and most of my face.Sapt and I left the room by a secret door,and we found ourselves outside,at the back of the palace gardens.弗里茨和我握握手,然后我挡上我的头发和大半个脸。萨普特和我从一个秘密的门出了房间,就到了宫殿的花园后面,A man was waiting there with two horses.一个人正牵着两匹马等着我们。Soon we left the town behind us,and we were out in the country.We rode like the wind and by ten o#39;clock had come to the edge of the forest of Zenda.很快我们将城市抛在了身后,进入了乡间。我们骑着马像风一样快,10点钟时我们已经来到了曾达的森林边。Suddenly Sapt stopped.#39;Listen!#39;he said quietly.#39;Horses behind us!Quick!Get down!The castle#39;s to the left,#39;he continued.#39;Our road#39;s to the right.#39;突然萨普特停住了。“听!”他悄悄地说,“我们后面有马蹄声!快!下马!去城堡走左边的路,我们的路是右边这条。”We hid in the thick trees,and we waited and watched.The men came nearer.It was Black Michael and another man.When they came to the two roads,they stopped.我们躲在密密的树林里,等待着,注视着。那些人走近了,是黑迈克尔和另一个男人。当他们走到两条路口时,他们停住了。#39;Which way?#39;the Duke asked.“怎么走?”公爵问。#39;To the castle!#39;the other man cried#39;They#39;ll know there what#39;s been happening.#39;“去城堡!”另一个说,“他们会知道那儿出了什么事。”The Duke waited for a moment.#39;To Zenda then!#39;he cried finally,and the two men took the road to the left.公爵等了一会儿。“那就去曾达!”他终于说道。然后两人就朝左边的路走了。We waited for ten more minutes,and then we hurried on.我们又等了十多分钟,然后赶紧上路。When we arrived at the house in the forest,we ran to the underground rooms.The one where Sapt had locked up the old woman was empty.She had escaped!我们到达林中小屋,冲进地下室。萨普特老太太的那间房间空了。她逃走了!The other room was locked.Sapt#39;s face was white with fear.Between us,we broke down the door and ran in.I found a light and looked round the room.另一间房子锁着。萨普特的脸因为紧张而发白。我俩砸开门冲了进去,我找到一盏灯,朝四周看去,The servant Josef was on the floor-dead!I held up the light and looked in every corner of the room.老仆人约瑟夫躺在地板上死了。我举着灯,把房间的每一个角落都看遍了。#39;The King isn#39;t herer!#39;I said.“国王不在这儿。”我说。 /201205/182371

Summer is almost here, which means it is time to sign your kids up for swim classes again at the Community Pool. Classes begin on Monday, May 1, and will continue throughout the summer. Fifteen swim classes are being offered. Each class lasts ten hours. A new class starts each week of the summer. Each class costs . The pool is big enough for six students per class. Classes will increase in difficulty each week. The first week is for children up to six years old. The last week is for advanced swimmers who want to improve their race and endurance skills. Students can sign up for as many classes as they like, but they must pass the skills level test. For example, students who sign up for Level 4 (Stroke Readiness) must show their certificate for completing Level 3 or must demonstrate the front crawl and backstroke. Children cannot sign up for a level they are not y for. Children who have never attended Community Pool classes must show up April 29 or 30 for a swim skills evaluation. Instructors will rate the students and assign them to a particular skill level. Swim classes are fun for all. Children learn new skills and make new friends. Parents get to meet other parents in the community. Swimming, like bicycling, is a healthy and valuable skill that, once learned, is never forgotten. “It's a joy to teach young children,” said Ginger, the lead instructor for swimming programs. “More than half of them are terrified when we put them into the water the first time. Two months later, they're begging their parents to go to the pool every day.” Article/201106/142100

Once we had finished making it, we started off with a few virgin white candles around us in a circle. Now, I don't know how correct this book that we had was, but it said to put at least 4 virgin (never used) candles around us in a circle and sit in the middle of them with the board between us. We started off just by asking the normal silly questions that 14-year-old girls ask. Who will I marry? Am I going to be successful? Will I have kids? Yadda yadda yadda.... Anyhow, whether this part was real or it was just Cynthia moving the cursor around on her own trying to freak me out, I’d never know. To this day she still denies it. So, I kind of believe her that it wasn't her.   But the cursor started going clockwise in circles around the board. I got the bright idea to ask "Is there a spirit that is trying to contact us?" the cursor went to 'yes'. At first Cynthia and I were excited. Maybe we had actually found a spirit to talk to! So then I asked, "Are you a good spirit?" The cursor went to 'no'. This freaked us out just a little bit, but we just kept going. It's just a ghost right? It'll go away when we're done with the board. Right? Wrong. Article/200903/64280

  有声名著之秘密花园 Chapter2暂无文本相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200809/50775

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  ;I do, indeed,#39;#39; replied Elizabeth, colouring. ;I told you the other day, of his infamous behaviour to Mr. Darcy; and you, yourself, when last at Longbourn, heard in what manner he spoke of the man who had behaved with such forbearance and liberality towards him. And there are other circumstances which I am not at liberty -- which it is not worth while to relate; but his lies about the whole Pemberley family are endless. From what he said of Miss Darcy, I was thoroughly prepared to see a proud, reserved, disagreeable girl. Yet he knew to the contrary himself. He must know that she was amiable and unpretending as we have found her.#39;#39;伊丽莎白红着脸回答道:“我当然了解,那一天我已经把他对待达西先生的无耻行为说给你听过。人家待他那么宽宏大量,可是你上次在浪搏恩的时候,曾经亲耳听到他是以什么的态度谈到人家。还有许多事情我不便于说,也不值得说,可是他对于彭伯里府上造谣中伤的事实,真是数说不尽。他把达西说成那样一个人,使得我开头完全把她当做一位骄傲冷酷,惹人讨厌的。然而他自己也知道事实完全相反。他心里一定明白,达西正象我们所看到的那样和蔼可亲,一些也不装腔作势。”;But does Lydia know nothing of this? Can she be ignorant of what you and Jane seem so well to understand?#39;#39;“难道丽迪雅完全不知道这些事吗?既然你和吉英都了解得那么透彻,她自己怎么会完全不晓得?”;Oh, yes! -- that, that is the worst of all. Till I was in Kent, and saw so much both of Mr. Darcy and his relation, Colonel Fitzwilliam, I was ignorant of the truth myself. And when I returned home, the ---- shire was to leave Meryton in a week or fortnight#39;s time. As that was the case, neither Jane, to whom I related the whole, nor I, thought it necessary to make our knowledge public; for of what use could it apparently be to any one that the good opinion which all the neighbourhood had of him should then be overthrown? And even when it was settled that Lydia should go with Mrs. Forster, the necessity of opening her eyes to his character never occurred to me. That she could be in any danger from the deception never entered my head. That such a consequence as this should ensue, you may easily believe was far enough from my thoughts.#39;#39; “糟就糟在这里。我自己也是到了肯特郡以后,常常跟达西先生和他的亲戚弗茨威廉上校在一起,才知道真相。等我回得家来,某某郡的民兵团已经准备在一两个星期以内就要离开麦里屯了。当时我就把这情形在吉英面前和盘托出,吉英和我都觉得不必向外面声张,因为街坊四邻既然都对韦翰有好感,如果叫大家对他印象转坏,这会对谁有好处?甚至于临到决定让丽迪雅跟弗斯脱太太一块儿走的时候,我还不想叫丽迪雅了解他的人品。我从来没想到她竟会被他欺骗。你可以相信我万万想不到会造成这样的后果。” Article/201204/177090

  PART THREE - A YOUNG WOMAN AT THORNFIELDCHAPTER FOURTEENI return to GatesheadDuring the next few days, Mrs. Reed got sicker. Every day I spent some time caring for her. The rest of the time I sat with Eliza and Georgiana, [-----1-----] They wanted to tell me about theri plans for the future. It was quite clear to me that they did not love their mother, and wanted her to die so that they could leave Gateshead.One dark night I visited the dying woman. She ;lay in her bed, sleeping. For a while I started out the window at the rain. [-----2-----]I remembered my firend Helen Burns, who had been dead for nin years now. She had been so sure she would go to heaven. I wondered, would Mrs. Reed go there too?"Who are you, girl?" I heard the sick woman saying. "I have to see Jane Eyre. I must tell her something... the truth...""I am Jane Eyre, aunt," I told her gently.[-----3-----] "I know I am ill and old," she said in a weak voice. "Before I die, you must know something about yourself. I must tell you what I have done. Jane Eyre, there is a letter on my desk. Take it and it."I found the letter quickly. It said:Dear Mrs. Reed,Please tell me where I can find my niece, Miss Jane Eyre. I am not married and have no children, so Jane will receive all my money and property when I die. I would like here to come to see me in Madeira, and perhaps live here.John Eyre 填空 :1、who had decided to speak to me.她们已经决定跟我说话了。2、I wondered about the great mystery of life and death. 我望着窗外的雨,想着生命和死亡的神秘。3、For a moment she looked into my eyes.有一会儿,她盯着我的双眼。 Vocabulary FocusI wondered...:基督教认为只有生前行善的人才能进天堂,因而简不清楚像里德太太这样曾虐待她的人是否也能像善良的海伦一样进天堂。 Article/200905/69690Some national anthems are really good and some aren’t. I like my country’s anthem. It makes me feel proud of my country every time I hear it. I’m a little embarrassed to say I don’t know the words to it. In some countries, they play the national anthem every day in school. I remember being in Thailand. They play the national anthem in the streets every morning. Everyone stops and stands still. When the anthem finishes, people start walking again. In other countries I’ve been to, they play the national anthem in cinemas before a movie starts. I really like hearing my national anthem played at the Olympics. That means my country won a gold medal. I have to hold back the tears when I hear it then. Article/201106/139705Mr. Gardiner did not write again till he had received an answer from Colonel Forster; and then he had nothing of a pleasant nature to send. It was not known that Wickham had a single relationship with whom he kept up any connection, and it was certain that he had no near one living. His former acquaintances had been numerous; but since he had been in the militia, it did not appear that he was on terms of particular friendship with any of them. There was no one, therefore, who could be pointed out as likely to give any news of him. And in the wretched state of his own finances, there was a very powerful motive for secrecy, in addition to his fear of discovery by Lydia#39;s relations, for it had just transpired that he had left gaming debts behind him to a very considerable amount. Colonel Forster believed that more than a thousand pounds would be necessary to clear his expenses at Brighton. He owed a good deal in town, but his debts of honour were still more formidable. Mr. Gardiner did not attempt to conceal these particulars from the Longbourn family. Jane heard them with horror. ;A gamester!; she cried. ;This is wholly unexpected. I had not an idea of it. ;嘉丁纳先生一直挨到接得弗斯脱上校的回信以后,才写第二封信到浪搏恩来。信上并没有报道一点喜讯。大家都不知道韦翰是否还有什么亲戚跟他来往,不过倒知道他确确实实已经没有一个至亲在世。他以前交游颇广,只是自从进了民兵团以后,看来跟他们都已疏远,因此找不出一个人来可以报道一些有关他的消息。他这次所以要保守秘密,据说是因为他临走时拖欠了一大笔赌债,而他目前手头又非常拮据,无法偿还,再则是因为怕让丽迪雅的亲友发觉。弗斯脱上校认为,要清偿他在白利屯的债务,需要有一千多英镑才够。他在本镇固然欠债很多,但赌债则更可观。嘉丁纳先生并打算把这些事情瞒住浪搏恩这家人家。吉英听得心惊肉跳,不禁叫道:“好一个赌棍!这真是完全出人意料;我想也不曾想到。” Mr. Gardiner added in his letter, that they might expect to see their father at home on the following day, which was Saturday. Rendered spiritless by the ill-success of all their endeavours, he had yielded to his brother-in-law#39;s entreaty that he would return to his family, and leave it to him to do whatever occasion might suggest to be advisable for continuing their pursuit. When Mrs. Bennet was told of this, she did not express so much satisfaction as her children expected, considering what her anxiety for his life had been before.嘉丁纳先生的信上又说,她们的父亲明天(星期六)就可以回家来了。原来他们两人再三努力,毫无成绩,情绪十分低落,因此班纳特先生答应了他舅爷的要求,立刻回家,一切事情都留给嘉丁纳相机而行。女儿们本以为母亲既是那样担心父亲会被人打死,听到这个消息,一定会非常得意,谁知并不尽然。;What, is he coming home, and without poor Lydia?; she cried. ;Sure he will not leave London before he has found them. Who is to fight Wickham, and make him marry her, if he comes away?;班纳特太太嚷道:“什么!他没有找到可怜的丽迪雅,就这样一个人回来吗?他既然没有找到他们俩,当然不应该离开伦敦。他一走,还有谁去跟韦翰决斗,逼着他跟丽迪雅结婚?” Article/201204/179624

  Little Albert came home from school with a new book under his arm. "It's a prize, mother," he explained."A prize? What for, dear?""For natural history. Teacher asked me how many legs an ostrich has, and I said three." "But an ostrich has only two legs.""I know it now. But all the pupils said four, so I was the closest."小阿尔伯特腋下夹着一本新书从学校回家来了。“这是奖品,妈妈。”他解释道。 “奖品?因为什么得的。亲爱的?” “因为自然课得的。老师问我鸵鸟有几条腿,我说有三条。” “但是鸵鸟是两条腿啊。” “我现在知道了。但其他学生都说有四条。所以还是我最接近正确。” Article/200805/40118有声名著之螺丝在拧紧 Chapter7英文原著:《螺丝在拧紧The.Turn.of.the.Screw》文本下载 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200810/52997

  有声名著之吸血鬼 Chapter13吸血鬼Dracula英语原版下载 相关名著:有声名著之查泰莱夫人的情人有声名著之简爱有声名著之呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Article/200809/49671

  You#39;re joking.你不是说笑吧It was dinner time.Harry had just finished telling Ron what had happened when he#39;d left the grounds with Professor McGonagall.吃晚饭的时候,哈利把下午他跟着麦康娜教授离开草地后所发生的事一五一十地告诉了罗恩。Ron had a piece of steak and kidney pie halfway to his mouth, but he#39;d forgotten all about it.罗恩当时正准备把一块牛排羊肾薄饼放进嘴里,一惊之下,居然连嘴里的薄饼都忘了嚼。Seeker?He said. But first years never — you must be the youngest house player in about...搜索员?他问,;可是从没有一年级生……你将会是豪斯杯选手中最年轻的一个!有多少年没有年纪这么小的选手参赛啦?A century,said Harry, shoveling pie into his mouth.一百年吧!哈利往嘴里塞了一块薄饼,含糊不清地说。He felt particularly hungry after the excitement of the afternoon.下午兴奋了那么久,现在他觉得非常饿。Wood told me.是伍德告诉我的。Ron was so amazed, so impressed, he just sat and gaped at Harry.罗恩又震惊又好奇,他呆呆地坐在那儿看着哈利,一句话都说不了。I start training next week,said Harry.下一周开始,我就要参加正式的训练了。Only don#39;t tell anyone, Wood wants to keep it a secret.哈利说。;对了,先别告诉别人,伍德希望我们能保持秘密。弗Fred and George Weasley now came into the hall, spotted Harry, and hurried over.来德和乔治走进大厅里,他们发现了哈里就走了过来。Well done,said George in a low voice. Wood told us. We#39;re on the team too — Beaters.干得不错,小家伙!乔治低声说。伍德都告诉我们了。咱们现在同在一个队啦——伙计!I tell you, we#39;re going to win that Quidditch cup for sure this year,said Fred.我跟你说,我们今年非得把那快迪斯大赛的奖杯夺过来不可。弗来德说。We haven#39;t won since Charlie left, but this year#39;s team is going to be brilliant.自从查理离校后,我们还没有赢过一次呢。可是今年不一样了,我们非叫他们大吃一惊不可!You must be good, Harry, Wood was almost skipping when he told us.哈利,你要好好干,伍德对你期望很高,他几乎是跳着告诉我们这个的。Anyway, we#39;ve got to go, Lee Jordan reckons he#39;s found a new secret passageway out of the school.好了,我们得走了。李·乔丹认为他已经找到了一条能通向校外的秘道。Bet it#39;s that one behind the statue of Gregory the Smarmy that we found in our first week. See you.我敢说就是我们在第一周里找到的那条,就在那个可恶的格雷戈利雕像后面罢了。嗯,我们走了,再见!Fred and George had hardly disappeared when someone far less welcome turned up: Malfoy, flanked by Crabbe and Goyle.弗来德和乔治前脚刚走,几个不受欢迎的人物后脚就出现了:马尔夫在克来伯和高尔的护卫之下走了过来。Having a last meal, Potter? When are you getting the train back to the Muggles?在吃你的最后晚餐吗?波特?你准备搭什么时候的火车回你的马格人世界去?You#39;re a lot braver now that you#39;re back on the ground and you#39;ve got your little friends with you,said Harry coolly.刚才让你逃掉是你的幸运。怎么,带着你的猪朋友过来干什么?欠揍啊?哈利冷冷地回答。。

  By Doreen BainganaBroadcast: December 19, 2004(THEME)VOICE ONE:I’m Shirley Griffith.VOICE TWO:And I’m Sarah Long with the VOA Special English Program, People in America. Today, we tell about one of the leaders of the birth control movement, Margaret Sanger.(THEME)VOICE ONE:Many women today have the freedom to decide when they will have children, if they want them. Until about fifty years ago, women spent most of their adult lives having children, year after year. This changed because of efforts by activists like Margaret Sanger. She believed that a safe and sure method of preventing pregnancy was a necessary condition for women’s freedom. She also believed birth control was necessary for human progress. VOICE TWO:The woman who changed other women’s lives was born in Eighteen-Eighty-Three in the eastern state of New York. Her parents were Michael and Anne Higgins. Margaret wrote several books about her life. She wrote that her father taught her to question everything. She said he taught her to be an independent thinker.Margaret said that watching her mother suffer from having too many children made her feel strongly about birth control. Her mother died at forty-eight years of age after eighteen pregnancies. She was always tired and sick. Margaret had to care for her mother and her ten surviving brothers and sisters. This experience led her to become a nurse.Margaret Higgins worked in the poor areas of New York City. Most people there had recently arrived in the ed States from Europe. Margaret saw the suffering of hundreds of women who tried to end their pregnancies in illegal and harmful ways. She realized that this was not just a health problem. These women suffered because of their low position in society. Margaret saw that not having control over one’s body led to problems that were passed on from mother to daughter and through the family for years. She said she became tired of cures that did not solve the real problem. Instead, she wanted to change the whole life of a mother.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In Nineteen-Oh-Two, Margaret married William Sanger. They had three children. Margaret compared her own middle-class life to that of the poor people she worked among. This increased her desire to deal with economic and social issues. At this time, Margaret Sanger became involved in the liberal political culture of an area of New York City known as Greenwich Village. Sanger became a labor union organizer. She learned methods of protest and propaganda, which she used in her birth control activism.Sanger traveled to Paris, France, in Nineteen-Thirteen, to research European methods of birth control. She also met with members of Socialist political groups who influenced her birth control policies. She returned to the ed States prepared to change women’s lives.VOICE TWO:At first, Margaret Sanger sought the support of leaders of the women’s movement, members of the Socialist party, and the medical profession. But, she wrote that they told her to wait until women were permitted to vote. She decided to continue working alone.One of Margaret Sanger’s first important political acts was to publish a monthly newspaper called The Woman Rebel. She designed it. She wrote for it. And she paid for it. The newspaper called for women to reject the traditional woman’s position. The first copy was published in March, Nineteen-Fourteen. The Woman Rebel was an angry paper that discussed disputed and sometimes illegal subjects. These included labor problems, marriage, the sex business, and revolution. Sanger had an immediate goal. She wanted to change laws that prevented birth control education and sending birth control devices through the mail.VOICE ONE:The Woman Rebel became well-known in New York and elsewhere. Laws at that time banned the mailing of materials considered morally bad. This included any form of birth control information. The law was known as the Comstock Act. Officials ordered Sanger to stop sending out her newspaper.Sanger instead wrote another birth control document called Family Limitation. The document included detailed descriptions of birth control methods. In August, Nineteen-Fourteen, Margaret Sanger was charged with violating the Comstock Act.Margaret faced a prison sentence of as many as forty-five years if found guilty. She fled to Europe to escape the trial. She asked friends to release thousands of copies of Family Limitation. The document quickly sp among women across the ed States. It started a public debate about birth control. The charges against Sanger also increased public interest in her and in women’s issues. Article/200802/28035

  They had now entered a beautiful walk by the side of the water, and every step was bringing forward a nobler fall of ground, or a finer reach of the woods to which they were approaching; but it was some time before Elizabeth was sensible of any of it; and, though she answered mechanically to the repeated appeals of her uncle and aunt, and seemed to direct her eyes to such objects as they pointed out, she distinguished no part of the scene. Her thoughts were all fixed on that one spot of Pemberley House, whichever it might be, where Mr. Darcy then was. She longed to know what at the moment was passing in his mind--in what manner he thought of her, and whether, in defiance of everything, she was still dear to him. Perhaps he had been civil only because he felt himself at ease; yet there had been THAT in his voice which was not like ease. Whether he had felt more of pain or of pleasure in seeing her she could not tell, but he certainly had not seen her with composure.他们现在已经走到河边一条美丽的小径上,地面逐渐低下去,眼前的风光便越发显得壮丽,树林的景色也越发显得幽雅,他们慢慢地向前走,舅父母沿途一再招呼伊丽莎白欣赏如此这般的景色,伊丽莎白虽然也随口答应,把眼睛朝着他们指定的方向张望一下,可是她好久都辨别不出一景一物,简直无心去看。她一心只想着彭伯里大厦的一个角落里,不管是哪一个角落,只要是达西先生现在待在那儿的地方。她真起知道他这时候在想些什么,他心目中怎样看待她,他是否会冒天下之大不韪,依旧对她有好感。他也许只是自以为心头一无牵挂,所以对她特别客气,可是听他说话的声调,自有一种说不出的意味,又不象是一无牵挂的样子。她不知道他见了她是痛苦多于快乐,还是快乐多于痛苦,可是看他那副样子,决不象是心神镇定。At length, however, the remarks of her companions on her absence of mind aroused her, and she felt the necessity of appearing more like herself.后来舅父母怪她怎么心不在焉,这才提醒了她,觉得应该装得象个样子。They entered the woods, and bidding adieu to the river for a while, ascended some of the higher grounds; when, in spots where the opening of the trees gave the eye power to wander, were many charming views of the valley, the opposite hills, with the long range of woods oversping many, and occasionally part of the stream. Mr. Gardiner expressed a wish of going round the whole park, but feared it might be beyond a walk. With a triumphant smile they were told that it was ten miles round. It settled the matter; and they pursued the accustomed circuit; which brought them again, after some time, in a descent among hanging woods, to the edge of the water, and one of its narrowest parts. They crossed it by a simple bridge, in character with the general air of the scene; it was a spot less adorned than any they had yet visited; and the valley, here contracted into a glen, allowed room only for the stream, and a narrow walk amidst the rough coppice-wood which bordered it. Elizabeth longed to explore its windings; but when they had crossed the bridge, and perceived their distance from the house, Mrs. Gardiner, who was not a great walker, could go no farther, and thought only of returning to the carriage as quickly as possible. Her niece was, therefore, obliged to submit, and they took their way towards the house on the opposite side of the river, in the nearest direction; but their progress was slow, for Mr. Gardiner, though seldom able to indulge the taste, was very fond of fishing, and was so much engaged in watching the occasional appearance of some trout in the water, and talking to the man about them, that he advanced but little. Whilst wandering on in this slow manner, they were again surprised, and Elizabeth#39;s astonishment was quite equal to what it had been at first, by the sight of Mr. Darcy approaching them, and at no great distance. The walk here being here less sheltered than on the other side, allowed them to see him before they met. Elizabeth, however astonished, was at least more prepared for an interview than before, and resolved to appear and to speak with calmness, if he really intended to meet them. For a few moments, indeed, she felt that he would probably strike into some other path. The idea lasted while a turning in the walk concealed him from their view; the turning past, he was immediately before them. With a glance, she saw that he had lost none of his recent civility; and, to imitate his politeness, she began, as they met, to admire the beauty of the place; but she had not got beyond the words ;delightful, ; and ;charming, ; when some unlucky recollections obtruded, and she fancied that praise of Pemberley from her might be mischievously construed. Her colour changed, and she said no more.他们走进树林,踏上山坡,跟这一湾溪流暂时告别。从树林的空隙间望出去,可以看到山谷中各处的景色。对面一座座小山,有些小山上都长满了整片的树林,蜿蜒曲折的溪流又不时映入眼帘。嘉丁纳先生想在整个园林里兜个圈子,可是又怕走不动。园丁带着得意的笑容告诉他们说,兜一圈有十英里路呢。这事情只得作罢,他们便沿着平常的途径东兜西转,过了好一会儿工夫,才在悬崖上的小林子里下了坡,又来到河边,这是河道最狭的一部分。他们从一座简陋的小桥上过了河,只见这座小桥和周围的景色很是调和。这地方比他们所到过的地方要朴素些。山谷到了这儿也变成了一条小夹道,只能容纳这一湾溪流和一条小径,小径上灌木夹道,参差不齐。伊丽莎白满想循着曲径去探幽寻胜;可是一过了桥,眼见得离开住宅已经那么远,不长于走路的嘉丁纳太太已经走不动了,一心只想快一些上马车。外甥女只得依从她,大家便在河对岸抄着近路向住宅那边走。他们走得很慢,因为嘉丁纳先生很喜欢钓鱼,平常却很少能够过瘾,这会儿看见河面上常常有鳟鱼出现,便又跟园丁谈鱼谈上了劲,因此时常站着不动。他们就这样慢慢溜达,不料又吃了一惊,尤其是伊丽莎白,她几乎诧异得跟刚才完全没有两样。原来他们又看见达西先生向他们这边走来,而且快要来到跟前了。这一带的小路不象对岸那样隐蔽,因此他们隔得很远便可以看见他。不过伊丽莎白不管怎么诧异,至少比刚刚那次见面有准备得多,因此她便下定决心;如果他当真要来跟他们碰头,她便索性放得镇定些跟他攀谈一番。她开头倒以为他也许会转到别的一条小道上去。她所以会有这种想法,只因为道儿拐弯的时候,他的身影被遮住了,他们看不见他。可是刚一拐弯,他马上便出现在他们面前。她偷偷一看,只见他正象刚才一样,没有一点儿失礼的地方,于是她也仿效着他那彬彬有礼的样子,开始赞赏这地方的美丽风光,可是她刚刚开口说了几声;动人;、;妩媚;,心里又起了一个不愉快的念头。她想,她这样赞美彭伯里,不是会叫人家曲解吗?想到这里,她不禁又红了脸,一声不响。 Article/201202/172351

  Homelessness is a terrible thing. It really shouldn’t exist today. A country should be ashamed if anyone is homeless. Governments are so rich today, yet they have no money to provide basic needs for their citizens. This is rubbish. Think how much money governments waste on fancy cars and other unnecessary things. It’s a crime. Even in rich countries, there are thousands of homeless. The government tries to sweep them under the carpet. They want to pretend the problem doesn’t exist. The world’s richest countries spend billions of dollars on weapons, but can’t make sure people have a roof over their head. This is disgusting. All world leaders should be ashamed of themselves. I feel so sorry for the homeless. Article/201105/135733

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