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日常英语口语0句 -- ::6 来源: 日常英语口语0句1. I see. 我明白了. I quit! 我不干了!3. Let go! 放手!. Me too. 我也是Rightway: So am I.Cat: rightway, I saw people use "same here". Is that okay?:) Thanks.Rightway: I think so. Sometimes, it can mean "I agree".5. My god! 天哪!6. No way! 不行!Rightway: My way or the highway.7. Come on. 来吧(赶快)8. Hold on. 等一等9. I agree 我同意. Not bad. 还不错. Not yet. 还没. See you. 再见Cat: 我最喜欢道别时跟朋友说take care and have fun.. Shut up! 闭嘴!. So long. 再见. Why not? 好呀! (为什么不呢?). Allow me. 让我来. Be quiet! 安静点!18. Cheer up! 振作起来!19. Good job! 做得好!. Have fun! 玩得开心!1. How much? 多少钱?. I’m full. 我饱了3. I’m home. 我回来了. I’m lost. 我迷路了5. My treat. 我请客6. So do I. 我也一样7. This way 这边请. After you. 您先9. Bless you! 祝福你!30. Follow me. 跟我来31. get it! 休想! (算了!)3. Good luck! 祝好运!33. I decline! 我拒绝!. I promise. 我保35. Of course! 当然了!36. Slow down! 慢点!37. Take care! 保重!38. They hurt. (伤口)疼39. Try again. 再试试0. Watch out! 当心1. What’s up? 有什么事吗?Rightway: What's going on? What's happening?. Be careful! 注意!3. Bottoms up! 干杯(见底)!. Don’t move! 不许动!5. Guess what? 猜猜看?6. I doubt it 我怀疑7. I think so. 我也这么想8. I’m single. 我是单身贵族9. Keep it up! 坚持下去!50. Let me see.让我想想Ruchess: get rid of it! 别去想它!51. Never mind.不要紧5. No problem! 没问题!53. That’s all! 就这样!5. Time is up. 时间快到了55. What’s new? 有什么新鲜事吗?56. Count me on 算上我Tx: Count me in.57. Don’t worry. 别担心58. Feel better? 好点了吗?Tx: "Feeling better?" is better.59. I love you! 我爱你!60. I’m his fan 我是他的影迷61. Is it yours? 这是你的吗?6. That’s neat. 这很好63. Are you sure? 你肯定吗?6. Do l have to 非做不可吗?65. He is my age. 他和我同岁66. Here you are. 给你67. No one knows . 没有人知道68. Take it easy. 别紧张69. What a pity! 太遗憾了!70. Any thing else? 还要别的吗?71. To be careful! 一定要小心!Tx: Be careful.7. Do me a favor? 帮个忙,好吗?73. Help yourself. 别客气7. I’m on a diet. 我在节食75. Keep in Touch. 保持联络76. Time is money. 时间就是金钱77. Who’s calling? 是哪一位?78. You did right. 你做得对79. You set me up! 你出卖我!80. Can I help you? 我能帮你吗?Tx: "May I help you?" is better.81. Enjoy yourself! 祝你玩得开心!Tx: 好好的玩!8. Excuse me,Sir. 先生,对不起83. Give me a hand! 帮帮我!8. How’s it going? 怎么样?85. I have no idea. 我没有头绪86. I just made it! 我做到了!87. I’ll see to it 我会留意的88. I’m in a hurry! 我在赶时间!89. It’s her field. 这是她的本行90. It’s up to you. 由你决定91. Just wonderful! 简直太棒了!9. What about you? 你呢?93. You owe me one.你欠我一个人情9. You’re welcome. 不客气95. Any day will do. 哪一天都行夕96. Are you kidding? 你在开玩笑吧!97. Congratulations! 祝贺你!98. T can’t help it. 我情不自禁99. I don’t mean it. 我不是故意的0. I’ll fix you Up. 我会帮你打点的哭哭: 我会帮你摆平的1. It sounds great! 听起来很不错1. It’s a fine day 今天是个好天1. So far,So good. 目前还不错1. What time is it? 几点了?1. You can make it! 你能做到!1. Control yourself! 克制一下!1. He came by train. 他乘火车来1. He is ill in bed. 他卧病在床1. He lacks courage. 他缺乏勇气1. How’s everything? 一切还好吧?1. I have no choice. 我别无选择1. I like ice-cream. 我喜欢吃冰淇淋1. I love this game. 我钟爱这项运动1. I’ll try my best. 我尽力而为1. I’m on your side. 我全力持你6. Long time no see! 好久不见!7. No pain,no gain. 不劳无获Cat: No pains,no gains. 不劳无获8. Well,it depends 噢,这得看情况9. We’re all it. 我们全都同意0. What a good deal! 真便宜!1. What should I do? 我该怎么办?. You asked it! 你自讨苦吃!3. You have my word. 我保. Believe it or not! 信不信由你!5. Don’t count on me.别指望我6. Don’t fall it! 别上当!7. Don’t let me down. 别让我失望8. Easy come easy go. 来得容易,去得快Tx: Easy come, easy go.9. I beg your pardon. 请你原谅Tx: "升调"0. I beg your pardon? 请您再说一遍(我没有听清)Tx: "降调"1. I’ll be back soon. 我马上回来. I’ll check it out. 我去查查看3. It’s a long story. 说来话长1. It’s Sunday today. 今天是星期天5. Just wait and see! 等着瞧!6. Make up your mind. 做个决定吧7. That’s all I need. 我就要这些8. The view is great. 景色多么漂亮!9. The wall has ears. 隔墙有耳0. There comes a bus. 汽车来了Tx: "There comes the bus." if you're waiting the bus.Cat: how about "Here comes the bus"?1. What day is today? 今天星期几?. What do you think? 你怎么认为?3. Who told you that? 谁告诉你的?. Who’s kicking off? 现在是谁在开球?5. Yes,I suppose So. 是的,我也这么认为6. You can’t miss it 你一定能找到的7. Any messages me? 有我的留言吗?8. Don’t be so modest. 别谦虚了9. Don’t give me that! 少来这套!0. He is a smart boy. 他是个小机灵鬼1. He is just a child. 他只是个孩子. I can’t follow you. 我不懂你说的3. I felt sort of ill. 我感觉有点不适. I have a good idea! 我有一个好主意5. It is growing cool. 天气渐渐凉爽起来6. It seems all right. 看来这没问题7. It’s going too far. 太离谱了8. May I use your pen? 我可以用你的笔吗?9. She had a bad cold. 她患了重感冒0. That’s a good idea. 这个主意真不错1. The answer is zero. 白忙了Luodean: 白忙 waste one's efts (make vain attempts、try in vain)Are you going to try to get access to top government officials without letters of introduction? You'll be wasting your efts. What does she like? 她喜欢什么?3. As soon as possible! 越快越好!. He can hardly speak. 他几乎说不出话来5. He always talks big. 他总是吹牛Luodean: 5 talk big 吹牛,be gassy6. He won an election. 他在选举中获胜7. I am a football fan. 我是个足球迷8. If only I could fly. 要是我能飞就好了9. I’ll be right there. 我马上就到0. I’ll see you at six. 我六点钟见你1. IS it true or false? 这是对的还是错的?Tx : 这是真还是假?. Just it me. 就读给我听好了Tx: Just it me. 就帮我看一下好了Just it to me. 就读给我听好了3. Knowledge is power. 知识就是力量. Move out of my way! 让开!5. Time is running out. 没时间了6. We are good friends. 我们是好朋友7. What’s your trouble? 你哪儿不舒?8. You did fairly well! 你干得相当不错9. Clothes make the man. 人要衣装180. Did you miss the bus? 你错过公共汽车了?181. Don’t lose your head 不要惊慌失措18. He can’t take a joke. 他开不得玩笑183. He owes my uncle 我要用微笑的色为你画一道虹,在千里之外也散发着诚挚的光I'll paint you a rainbow to hang on the wall,To brighten your heart when the gray shadows fall.On a canvas(画布) of joy outlasting(比……长久) the years,With a soft brush of sweetness to dry all your tears.我要为你画一道虹高挂在墙上,在灰霾降临时点亮你的心灵在一块历经岁月的欢乐画布上,用甜蜜的软刷拭干你所有的泪水 I'll paint you a rainbow with colors of smilesThat glow with sincerity(真挚) over the miles.On a palette(调色板) of words I will tenderly blend(混和)Tones(调和) into treasures of sunlight and wind.我要用微笑的色为你画一道虹在千里之外也散发着诚挚的光我会在语言的调色板上温柔地调色调出阳光与清风的珍贵色I'll paint you a rainbow that reaches so wide,Your sighs and your sorrows will vanish inside,And deep in the center of each different hue(色调),A memory fashioned(制造) especially you.我要为你画一道无比宽阔的虹,你的叹息和悲伤都会消融其中而在每一种不同色调的中心,都有一段特别为你打造的回忆So lift up your eyes, suspended(悬浮的) above,A rainbow designed by the fingers of love...所以请抬起眼眸,因为在你头上,悬浮着一道由爱的手指绘出的虹…… 6519.他欠我叔叔0美元18. How are things going? 事情进展得怎样?Tx: This is a verbose from of "How are things?" 近来可好?Other variations include:"How are things progressing?" "How are things going today?" "How are things with you?" "How are things out your way? "How are things going with you?""How are things on your end?""How are things in your neck of the wood? "How are things in Hong Kong?""How are things going with your parents?185. How are you recently? 最近怎么样?186. I know all about it. 我知道有关它的一切187. It really takes time. 这样太耽误时间了188. It’s against the law. 这是违法的189. Love me,love my dog. (谚语)爱屋及乌190. My mouth is watering. 我要流口水了191. Speak louder,please. 说话请大声点儿19. This boy has no job. 这个男孩没有工作193. This house is my own. 这所房子是我自己的19. What happened to you? 你怎么了?195. You are just in time. 你来得正是时候196. You need to work out. 你需要去运动锻炼一下197. Your hand feels cold. 你的手摸起来很冷198. Don’t be so childish. 别这么孩子气199. Don’t trust to chance! 不要碰运气0. Fasten your seat belt. 系好你的安全带 英语口语当你面对重重困难的时候,要意识到相对于你的整个生命,这些难题其实是微不足道的--铭记你生命中美好的东西 Try to remember the good things When times become difficult (and you know they sometimes will), remember a moment in your life that was filled with joy and happiness.Remember how it made you feel, and you will have the strength you need to get through any trial.When life throws you one more obstacle than you think you can handle, remember something you achieved through perseverance and by struggling to the end.In doing so, you'll find you have the ability to overcome each obstacle brought your way.When you find yourself drained and depleted of energy, remember to find a place of sanctuary and rest.Take the neccessary time in your own life to dream your dreams and renew your energy, so you'll be y to face each new day.When you feel tension building, find something fun to do. You'll find that the stress you feel will dissipate and your thoughts will become clearer.When you're faced with so many negative and draining situations, realize how minuscule problems will seem when you view your life as a whole--and remember the positive things. 7351Please Dress Me in RedIn my dual profession as an educator and health care provider,I have worked with numerous children infected with the virus1) that causes AIDS.The relation ships that I have had with these special kids have been gifts in my life.They have taught me so many things,but I have especially learned that great courage can be found in the smallest of packages).Let me tell you about Tyler.Tyler was born infected with HIV;his mother was also infected.From the very beginning of his life,he was dependent on medications to enable him to survive.When he was five,he had a tube surgically3) inserted in a vein) in his chest.This tube was connected to a pump,which he carried in a small backpack on his back.Medications were hooked up5) to this pump and were continuously supplied through this tube to his bloodstream.At times6),he also needed supplemented oxygen to support his breathing. Tyler wasn't willing to give up one single moment of his childhood to this deadly disease.It was not unusual to find him playing and racing around his backyard,wearing his medicine-laden backpack and dragging his tank of oxygen behind him in his little wagon.All of us who knew Tyler marveled7) at his pure joy in being alive and the energy it gave him.Tyler's mom often teased him by telling him that he moved so fast she needed to dress him in red.That way,when she peered through the window to check on him playing in the yard,she could quickly spot him. This ded disease eventually wore down8) even the likes of a little dynamo9) like Tyler.He grew quite ill and,untunately,so did his HIV-infected mother.When it became apparent that he wasn't going to survive,Tyler's mom talked to him about death.She comted him by telling Tyler that she was dying too,and that s he would be with him soon in heaven.A few days bee his death,Tyler beckoned) me over to his hospital bed and whispered,“I might die soon.I'm not scared.When I die,please dress me in red.Mom promised she's coming to heaven,too.I'll be playing when she gets there,and I want to make sure she can find me.”By Cindy Dee Holms 850

别做“糊涂虫” -01-7 00:: 来源: 犯糊涂似乎永远都不是什么好事,除了在某些特定的时候,所以,大家都不要作“糊涂虫”哦!1. 糊涂虫 a nitwitNitwit 是“傻瓜,笨蛋”,也就是我们说的“糊涂虫”了:You’re a real nitwit. Why should you badmouth his girlfriend in his face?你真是个糊涂虫,怎么能当他的面讲他女朋友的坏话那?这里的badmouth 就是“恶意攻击,诽谤,讲某人的坏话”  . 头脑有点不正常 have a few buttons missing犯糊涂的时候,头脑当然不正常了,have a few buttons missing 就是这个意思:Anyone who says that must have a few buttons missing.能说那种话的人头脑肯定有点不正常(改编自大大网 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 糊涂 have 头脑 正常

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. 35The Rainy DayThe day is cold,and dark,and dreary; It rains,and the wind is never weary; The vine still clings to the moldering wall, But at every gust the dead leaves fall, And the day is dark and dreary. My life is cold and dark and dreary; It rains and the wind is never weary; My though still cling to the moldering past, But the hopes of youth fall thick in the blast, And the days are dark and dreary. Be still,sad heart!And cease repining; Behind the clouds is the sun still shining; Thy fate is the common fate of all, Into each life some rain must fall, Some days must be dark and dreary. 天冷、阴暗、沉闷; 下着雨,风也刮个不停; 藤还攀附着颓垣残壁, 每来一阵狂风,枯叶附落纷纷, 天真是阴暗而沉闷 我的生活寒冷、阴郁、沉闷; 下着雨,风也刮个不停; 我的思想还纠缠着消逝的往事, 大风里,我的青春希望相继熄灭, 天真是阴暗而沉闷 安静吧,忧伤的心!别再悔恨; 乌云后面太阳依然辉煌灿烂; 你命运和大家的一样, 每个人一生都得逢上阴雨, 有些日子必然阴暗而沉闷在家中的生活习惯用语 -- :57: 来源: 我经常下班以后运动I usually work out after work. *work out“训练,运动”I usually go to the gym after work.I usually exercise after work.我开始慢跑锻炼Ive started jogging.Ive started jogging. (我开始慢跑锻炼)Since when? (什么时候开始的?)我戒烟了I quit smoking. *quit“辞职,改变习惯”No, thanks. I quit smoking. (不,谢谢,我已经戒了)Good you. (你真伟大)I stopped smoking.I dont smoke anymore.Ive become a non-smoker.I no longer smoke.你常做梦吗?Do you dream often?Do you often have dreams?Do you dream a lot?最近我总是丢三落四的Ive been getful lately.Ive been getful these days. 日常英语 英语口语

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…… 8Botany Botany, the study of plants, occupies a peculiar position in the history of human knowledge. many thousands of years it was the one field of awareness about which humans had anything more than the vaguest of insights. It is impossible to know today just what our Stone Age ancestors knew about plants, but m what we can observe of pre- industrial societies that still exist a detailed learning of plants and their properties must be extremely ancient. This is logical. Plants are the basis of the food pyramid all living things even other plants. They have always been enormously important to the welfare of people not only food, but also clothing, weapons, tools, dyes, medicines, shelter, and a great many other purposes. Tribes living today in the jungles of the Amazon recognize literally hundreds of plants and know many properties of each. To them, botany, as such, has no name and is probably not even recognized as a special branch of " knowledge" at all. Untunately, the more industrialized we become the farther away we move from direct contact with plants, and the less distinct our knowledge of botany grows. Yet everyone comes unconsciously on an amazing amount of botanical knowledge, and few people will fail to recognize a rose, an apple, or an orchid. When our Neolithic ancestors, living in the Middle East about ,000 years ago, discovered that certain grasses could be harvested and their seeds planted richer yields the next season the first great step in a new association of plants and humans was taken. Grains were discovered and from them flowed the marvel of agriculture cultivated crops. From then on, humans would increasingly take their living from the controlled production of a few plants, rather than getting a little here and a little there from many varieties that grew wild- and the accumulated knowledge of tens of thousands of years of experience and intimacy with plants in the wild would begin to fade away. 3

After thirty years of married happiness, he could still remind himself that Victoria was endowed with every charm except the thrilling touch of human frailty. Though her perfection discouraged pleasures, especially the pleasures of love, he had learned in time to feel the pride of a husband in her natural frigidity. he still clung, amid the decay of moral platitudes, to the discredited ideal of chivalry. In his youth the world was suffused with the after-glow of the long Victorian age, and a graceful feminine style had softened the manners, if not the natures, of men. At the end of that interesting epoch, when womanhood was exalted from a biological factsintosa miraculous power, Virginius Littlepage, the younger son of an old and affluent family, had married Victoria Brooke, the grand-daughter of a tobacco planter, who had made a satisfactory tune by saking his plantation and converting tobaccosintoscigarettes. While Virginius had been trained by stern tradition to respect every woman who had not stooped to folly, the virtue peculiar to her sex was among the least of his reasons admiring Victoria. She was not only modest, which was usual in the nineties, but she was beautiful, which is unusual in any decade. In the beginning of their acquaintance he had gone even further and ascribed intellect to her; but a few months of marriage had shown this to be merely one of the many delusions created by perfect features and noble expression. Everything about her had been smooth and definite, even the tones of her voice and the way her light brown hair, which she wore a la Pompadour, was rolled stiffly back from her ehead and coiled in a burnished rope on the top of her head. A serious young man, ambitious to attain a place in the world more brilliant than the secluded seat of his ancestors, he had been impressed at their first meeting by the compactness and precision of Victoria's orderly mind. in that earnest period the minds, as well as the emotions, of lovers were orderly. It was an age when eager young men flocked to church on Sunday morning, and eloquent divines discoursed upon the Victorian poets in the middle of the week. He could afd to smile now when he recalled the solemn Browning class in which he had first lost his heart. How passionately he had admired Victoria's virginal features! How fervently he had envied her competent but caressing way with the poet! Incredible as it seemed to him now, he had fallen in love with her while she recited from the more ponderous passages in The Ring and the Book. He had fallen in love with her then, though he had never really enjoyed Browning, and it had been a relief to him when the Unseen, in company with its illustrious poet, had at last gone out of fashion. Yet, since he was disposed to admire all the qualities he did not possess, he had never ceased to respect the firmness with which Victoria continued to deal in other ms with the Absolute. As the placid years passed, and she came to rely less upon her virginal features, it seemed to him that the ripe opinions of her youth began to shrink and flatten as fruit does that has hung too long on the tree. She had never changed, he realized, since he had first known her; she had become merely riper, softer, and sweeter in nature. Her advantage restedswheresadvantage never fails to rest, in moral fervour. To be invariably right was her single wifely failing. his wife, he sighed, with the vague unrest of a husband whose infidelities are imaginary, was a genuinely good woman. She was as far removed from pretence as she was from the posturing virtues that flourish in the credulous world of the drama. The pity of it was that even the least exacting husband should so often desire something more piquant than goodness. 019371请不要拒绝你的自由,和自由一起欢悦吧,珍惜自由,每天都去充分地利用你的自由!记住:你有自由创造你一直憧憬着的生活,选择权就在你手里……Of all the wonderful gifts that we've been given, one of the greatest is freedom.Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I'm Faith.As much as we may deny it we are free in this life. We are free in what we think, free in what we feel, free in what we say, and free in what we do. Yes, life may give us some very difficult circumstances at times, but we are still free in how we choose to react to them.Many people in this life deny their freedom. They sit back in their misery and blame it on their parents, or their childhood, their health, or their financial problems. They never once stand up and take responsibility their own lives and their own happiness.The truth is that we've been given the power to choose love and joy in our lives no matter what happens to us. No one has ever been or will ever be strong enough to take our freedom away from us.You're listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I'm Faith. Don't deny your freedom, rejoice in it, cherish it, and use it every day of your life! Remember, you are free to create the type of life you have always wanted, the choice is up to you… 5<牛人_句子>

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