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有声名著之吸血鬼 Chapter19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/200809/49728I had just gotten back from a late movie with some friends and needed to take a bath to calm down enough to sleep. The bathroom is your basic bath and toilet, but there is one very important thing about it that shouldn't be ignored. You are in it, you should never, EVER close your eyes for very long. (I learned this the hard way through this experience.) I ran the water as hot as possible, letting the steam fog up the mirror before turning it off, and laid down in the steaming water. Getting comfortable and relaxed, I began to feel the familiar need to look over my shoulder. I obliged the need and found nothing there for the thousandth time. I had an urge to look over my other shoulder, and then the other, above me, at my feet... until I finally decided that I would just ignore it. After all, nothing ever happened before, why now? Almost immediately I felt a chill, even though my water was scalding me I was shivering. I wanted out, but simply scolded myself for being such a chicken every time I got a little scared. I closed my eyes. In my minds eye I saw a boy sit up out of the water at my feet, his eyes following me as he moved up, watching me lay there. I sprang up and sloshed the water over the rim of the basin staring wildly at my feet at the other end. I saw no boy, but I could feel him watching me, as though we were staring each other down. I decided bath time was over and rushed out of the bathroom without draining the tub until some sunlight came through the dark red stained glass window by the toilet the next morning. Article/200901/60538

Airplanes are amazing. How does something so big and heavy get off the ground? I’m always amazed at how the millions of different parts work together. Travelling by airplane is always a wonderful experience. I don’t care whether economy class is cramped and has no space. I like playing with the in-flight entertainment system, especially now they have all the latest movies. I also love airplane food. Many of my friends say it’s disgusting, but I love it. I often ask the passenger next to me if I can have the dessert or roll they don’t want. The only thing I don’t like about planes is turbulence. When the airplane hits those air pockets, I always worry we’ll crash. But I once that turbulence has never caused an airplane to crash. Article/201103/129798

About 25 years ago, I worked as an orderly on the overnight shift in a South Carolina hospital to put myself through school. The building we were in at the time was one of those WPA jobs from the Roosevelt era, and even though it was small and somewhat outmoded, it had been the only place for emergency services in our county for more than 40 years. But at the time this incident I’m writing about happened, a new, state-of-the-art hospital had just been finished a few miles down the highway, and while we weren’t completely out of the picture, a lot of our services, including the emergency room, had been shifted to that site.  Like I say, I was working my way through school at the time, and my shift generally ran weeknights from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. There wasn’t a whole lot to do after midnight, so sometimes after the shift supervisor had run out of creative ideas for make-work, and assuming our remaining patients were quiet and settled in for the night, she’d let me “relax” with my schoolwork in the employee lounge during the quiet of the wee hours.   The lounge was right next to the second floor nurses’ station. Article/200903/63889

  CROSS 02十字架 02  We all went to bed and all seemed normal. All at once I awoke from my sleep to hear sounds coming from the kitchen. I thought that someone had gotten up to go to the toilet and perhaps needed a drink. Feeling a bit thirsty myself, I got out of bed. I knew that it wasn't one of my sisters in the kitchen, as they were both sound asleep in the other two beds. Not concerned, I proceeded into the hallway and on passing my parents bedroom (which was on my right) I peered in to see who wasn't in bed. To my surprise I could clearly see that both my parents and my brother were also sound asleep! Feeling more curious than afraid I continued down the hallway towards the kitchen. By this time there were clear sounds of kitchen crockery and utensils moving around. By now I was feeling slightly afraid but inexplicably kept moving towards the sounds.  Suddenly, I noticed one of the large crosses on the hallway wall and a feeling of immense d swept over me. It should also be pointed out that we were not a religious family but I could not shake this feeling.  I stood there motionless for I don't know how long and continued to hear things moving around in the kitchen. Eventually I turned around and went back to bed.   那晚我们都上床睡觉,一切正常。突然我从梦中醒来,听到厨房里有声音。我想肯定是有人去上厕所觉得口渴了,到厨房喝水。我自己也有点口渴,就起床打算去厨房。我知道厨房里的人肯定不是我的两个,因为她俩在床上睡得正香。我毫不担心得走到走廊上,经过父母的房间时(他们的房间在我们房间的右侧),我向里边看看,想弄清是谁没在睡觉。   让我惊讶的是,我清楚得看见父母和我哥哥都在床上睡得正香!我感到惊讶而非害怕,就继续沿着走廊来到厨房。此时,我听到了厨房厨具和陶罐移动的声音。直到这时,我才稍微有点害怕,但还是继续向发出声音的地方走过去。  突然我看到走廊墙上的一个大十字架,我顿时感到强烈的恐惧。还要说明的是,我们家人都不信教,但我就是无法摆脱那种感觉。  我一动不动得站在那,不知过了多长时间,还能听到厨房里东西移动的声音。最后,我转身回到了卧室。 Article/200812/58445

  13David conferred with each of his officers, the commanders of thousands and commanders of hundreds. 2He then said to the whole assembly of Israel, "If it seems good to you and if it is the will of the Lord our God, let us send word far and wide to the rest of our brothers throughout the territories of Israel, and also to the priests and Levites who are with them in their towns and pasturelands, to come and join us. 3Let us bring the ark of our God back to us, for we did not inquire of it during the reign of Saul." 4The whole assembly agreed to do this, because it seemed right to all the people. 5So David assembled all the Israelites, from the Shihor River in Egypt to Lebo Hamath, to bring the ark of God from Kiriath Jearim. 6David and all the Israelites with him went to Baalah of Judah (Kiriath Jearim) to bring up from there the ark of God the Lord , who is enthroned between the cherubim-the ark that is called by the Name. 7They moved the ark of God from Abinadab's house on a new cart, with Uzzah and Ahio guiding it. 8David and all the Israelites were celebrating with all their might before God, with songs and with harps, lyres, tambourines, cymbals and trumpets. 9When they came to the threshing floor of Kidon, Uzzah reached out his hand to steady the ark, because the oxen stumbled. 10The Lord 's anger burned against Uzzah, and he struck him down because he had put his hand on the ark. So he died there before God. 11Then David was angry because the Lord 's wrath had broken out against Uzzah, and to this day that place is called Perez Uzzah. 12David was afraid of God that day and asked, "How can I ever bring the ark of God to me?" 13He did not take the ark to be with him in the City of David. Instead, he took it aside to the house of Obed-Edom the Gittite. 14The ark of God remained with the family of Obed-Edom in his house for three months, and the Lord blessed his household and everything he had. Article/200812/57711。

  Holiday Eating -- Food for Thought 大饱口福,莫忘健康Holiday seasons are usually filled with joy, laughter, and people enjoying each other's company. Another thing holiday seasons are known for, however, is eating. Every year, many Americans make resolutions on New Year's Eve to join a gym and lose weight-especially the weight they gained during the Christmas season just before. A study done in the ed States confirmed that people gain weight during the holiday season more than at other times of the year. However, they do not gain as much as they think. The study measured people's weight during the American holiday season, which lasts from the week of Thanksgiving to New Year's. The study showed an average weight gain of .37 kilograms, much lower than the predicted amount of 2.3 kilograms. Some studies say many adults gain weight during the holiday season because they like to eat tasty foods, and they are more likely to do so during the holidays. Nevertheless, there is no reason to let your holiday joy turn into your New Year's regret.When faced with a threat, our common responses are to fight, or take flight. However, when we are faced with an overwhelming variety of food, our response seems to be to eat all we can. Experts say that when people are faced with an all-you- can-eat buffet, they eat more because they think they are getting more for their money. They often forget they are paying the same amount whether they eat just what they need, or everything they want. In fact, behavior like this puts people on the same level as laboratory mice. When mice are faced with many different foods to choose from, they too cannot help but overeat. What can you do to control yourself, especially during the holiday season? First, when you are looking over a table filled with food, choose just what you need to make a balanced meal. Also, take your time when making your choices. This is better than immediately grabbing everything that catches your eye. 节假日通常充满了喜悦、欢笑和人们享受彼此相伴的愉快。不过,假日里的另一个众所周知的现象就是"吃"。每年许多美国人都在新年前夕下定决心去健身房减肥-尤其要减掉他们在不久前圣诞假期中增加的体重。美国的一项研究实人们在假日期间增加的体重比在一年中的其它时候多。然而,他们实际增加的体重并没有自己想象中的多。这项研究测量了美国节假期间人们的体重,即从感恩节的那个星期到新年这段时间。研究显示体重平均增加了0.37公斤,远远低于预期值2.3公斤。一些研究指出许多成人会在节假日增加体重是因为他们喜欢吃美食,而在节假日期间他们更有可能这么做。无论如何,没理由让你的假期欢乐变成新年悔恨。我们在面对威胁时,一般反应是抵抗或者逃走。然而,当我们面对琳琅满目的食物时,我们的反应似乎是竭尽所能地吃。专家表示人们在吃"尽兴吃"自助餐时往往会吃的比较多,因为他们认为这样他们花的钱才划算。他们常常忘了,不论他们只吃自己所需的份量,还是他们想吃什么就吃什么,付出的钱都一样多。事实上,像这样的行为把人和实验室用的老鼠放到了同一水准上。当老鼠面对各种食物可以自主选择时,它们也会忍不住吃得过多。你该怎样做才能控制自己的食欲,尤其在节假期间呢?首先,当你看着满满一桌菜肴时,只选择构成均衡营养一餐所需的食物。同时还要慢慢地选。这比眼睛看到什么就拿什么要好得多。 Article/200803/28399

  While they had been talking, the train had carried them out of London. Now they were speeding past fields full of cows and sheep. They were quiet for a time, watching the fields and lanes flick past.列车此时已驶出了伦敦,正在牛羊成群的农田间的铁路上穿行着。他俩安静了下来,细看着窗外的田野。Around half past twelve there was a great clattering outside in the corridor and a smiling, dimpled woman slid back their door and said, ;Anything off the cart, dears?;大约十二点半时,佣外走廊传来一阵脚步声,只见一位微笑时嘴角会泛起酒窝的售货员推开了包厢,对他们说道:;孩子们,想买些什么好吃的?;Harry, who hadn#39;t had any breakfast, leapt to his feet, but Ron#39;s ears went pink again and he muttered that he#39;d brought sandwiches. Harry went out into the corridor.还没吃早餐的哈利高兴得跳了起来,但罗恩的双耳又红了起来,吾吾地说他带了三明治。He had never had any money for candy with the Dursleys, and now that he had pockets rattling with gold and silver he was y to buy as many Mars Bars as he could carry ; but the woman didn#39;t have Mars Bars. What she did have were Bettie Bott#39;s Every Flavor Beans, Drooble#39;s Best Blowing Gum, Chocolate Frogs. Pumpkin Pasties, Cauldron Cakes, Licorice Wands, and a number of other strange things Harry had never seen in his life. Not wanting to miss anything, he got some of everything and paid the woman eleven silver Sickles and seven bronze Knuts.在杜斯利家的时候,哈利没钱买糖果,可现在不同了,他口袋里的金银财宝足可以买到塞满整个包厢。他最喜欢吃的火星牌棒棒糖;;可偏偏没得卖。售货小车里全是些多味豆、泡泡糖、巧克力青蛙糖、南瓜馅饼、大煎饼,棒冰之类的,还有些他从没见过的奇形怪状的食品。他付给售货员姨妈十一个镰刀银币和七个铜币,把各种食品都买了一点。Ron stared as Harry brought it all back in to the compartment and tipped it onto an empty seat.罗恩见哈利买了这一大堆的食物,惊讶不已,;Hungry, are you?;;你一定很饿吧?;;Starving,; said Harry, taking a large bite out of a pumpkin pasty.;饿极了!;哈利说着,在一个南瓜馅饼上咬下了一大块。Ron had taken out a lumpy package and unwrapped it. There were four sandwiches inside. He pulled one of them apart and said, ;She always forgets I don#39;t like corned beef..;罗恩拿出一个鼓鼓的小包打开来,原来里面有四块三明治。他用手撕开其中一块,说道:;她总忘记我不喜欢吃粗牛肉。;;Swap you for one of these,; said Harry, holding up a pasty. ;Go on;;哈利拿起一块馅饼,说:;来吧,不如咱们换换。;;You don#39;t want this, it#39;s all dry,; said Ron. ;She hasn#39;t got much time,; he added quickly, ;you know, with five of us.;;你不会喜欢吃的,你知道,要照顾五个孩子可不容易呀。;;Go on, have a pasty,; said Harry, who had never had anything to share before or, indeed, anyone to share it with. It was a nice feeling, sitting there with Ron, eating their way through all Harry#39;s pasties, cakes, and candies (the sandwiches lay forgotten).;别说了,吃个饼吧。;过去,哈利从来没有什么可以与人分享,或者说没人与他分享,对于他而言,与罗恩一同分享馅饼、蛋糕真是一件难得的赏心乐事啊。;What are these?; Harry asked Ron, holding up a pack of Chocolate Frogs. ;They#39;re not really frogs, are they?; He was starting to feel that nothing would surprise him.;这些是什么?;哈利拿起一包巧克力小青蛙问罗恩,;这些不是真的青蛙吧?;他觉得世上再没别的什么更能令他惊讶。When I was a kid, I thought gangsters were really cool. I loved watching gangster movies. Al Capone was almost like a hero to me. I always wanted the gangster in the movie to escape from the police. The movies made gangsters look like heroes. Now I’m older, I think that’s shocking. How can they glamorize the life of gangsters. Of course, we all know gangsters are dangerous. They are involved in many crimes. They sell drugs, traffic children and run prostitution rings. Many gangsters control politicians and policemen. In fact, in many countries around the world, gangsters become politicians. The funny thing is, even now, when I look at gangster movies, I still think the gangster is the good guy. That’s a little worrying. Article/201104/133703

  It was only three days after Thanksgiving. The Santa Ana winds had returned to Los Angeles for the weekend. Fire crews were on the alert throughout the county, y for more fires. Just a month earlier, 20 fires had occurred throughout four southern California counties. Almost half of them were the result of arson or human carelessness. Officials hoped that this weekend would be uneventful.Near the end of the road that goes into Coral Canyon, which is only a few miles from the Pacific Ocean and Malibu, is a small park. That park is a popular weekend gathering place. People party there until early morning hours. These people do not live in Coral Canyon. They are outsiders. They do not pay any attention to park rules about hours (the park closes at dusk), fires (no fires of any kind are permitted), or littering. But because of a constant lack of funds, no park rangers are ever available to enforce these regulations.Early Sunday morning, Jimi Hendrix, a resident of Coral Canyon, heard loud rock music as a car drove down out of the park. That car was followed by another vehicle, also playing music loudly. “For crying out loud,” Jimi muttered, “it’s 3:00 a.m. Do these a-holes have any consideration for others?” He tried to go back to sleep. Ten minutes later, his friend Bill Gahr called. Article/201105/135738

  Mr. 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

  A small plane crashed into a house Sunday afternoon, killing the pilot and destroying half of the home. The family inside the house escaped without injury. The single-engine airplane crashed about 5:30 p.m. The pilot, the only one in the plane, was trying to make an emergency landing at the airport.The pilot’s body was found on the bed in the master bedroom. The plane crashed into one end of the house, where the three bedrooms were. That part of the house was wrecked. The Carols, who own the house, were all at home eating dinner.“Oh, my gosh,” said Mrs. Carol, “I thought the world had come to an end. I never heard such a loud sound. We all ducked under the table, thinking it was another earthquake. When nothing else happened, we got brave and decided to investigate.”They immediately called 911 when they discovered the cause of the thunderous sound. The family was lucky because there was no fire. Authorities suspect that a lack of fuel contributed to the crash. Mr. Carol said that they might have to move out until they can get the house repaired. The police will release the pilot’s name after they have notified his next of kin. Article/201107/143112。

  Room 13-0713号房间 07  The door of number 13 opened suddenly and an arm came out. The arm was thin and covered in gray hairs. The fingernails were long and dirty.  Anderson shouted and pulled Jensen away from the door. The arm disappeared and the door closed. The sound of mad laughter came from number 13.  The landlord brought two men up the stairs. The men had axes in their hands. They swung their axes against the door of number 13.  Suddenly the men cried out and dropped their axes. They had hit a wall. The door of number 13 had disappeared.  In the morning, workmen pulled up the floor between rooms 12 and 14.  Under the floor they found a box. There were old papers inside the box. Anderson thought that the papers belonged to Nicolas Francken---- the man who had disappeared in 1560.  No one was able to the writing on the papers. It was in a strange language. The writing was brown. The ink looked old. But Anderson did not think it was ink. He thought the papers were written in blood.  号房间的门突然开了,从里面伸出一只干瘦的长满灰色毛发的胳膊,手上的指甲又长又脏。  安德森先生大叫一声,把延森从门边拉开。紧接着那胳膊便不见了,门也关上了。从13号房间里传来一阵发狂般的笑声。  旅馆老板带着两个人上楼来,他们挥动手里的斧子,要把13号房间的门劈开。  突然那两个人惨叫一声扔掉了手里的斧子,因为他们劈到了一堵墙,标着13号的那扇门不见了。  第二天早上,工人们把12号和14号房间之间的地板翘开。  他们在地板下发现了一个装着些陈旧纸张的盒子,安德森先生认为那些纸应该是早在1560年就失踪的尼古拉斯.弗兰肯的。  纸上写着些奇怪的文字,没人能看得懂。墨迹是褐色的,看起来应该是很久以前写成的。但安德森并不认为那是墨水,他觉得纸上的字是用血写成的。 Article/200812/57600

  Written by Cynthia Kirk Welcome to PEOPLE IN AMERICA, a program in Special English on the Voice of America. Today Shirley Griffith and Rich Kleinfeldt tell about a man who changed professional baseball in the ed States. Jackie Roosevelt Robinson was the first black man to play in modern major league baseball. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE: After World War Two, many Americans still believed that people of different races should not mix. In some parts of the country, blacks and whites lived in separate areas and went to separate schools. Blacks who tried to change the system risked being beaten or killed. Blacks were not permitted to play on professional baseball teams or in any other major league sport. No black man had played for a major league baseball team since Eighteen-Eighty-Four. In that year, American baseball organizations agreed to bar blacks. That began changing when Jackie Robinson played his first game for New York's Brooklyn Dodgers on April Fifteenth, Nineteen-Forty-Seven. (MUSIC)VOICE TWO: Jackie Robinson grew up in a family of five children in Pasadena, California, near Los Angeles. His father had left. His mother did not earn much money, so Jackie Robinson learned to make his own way in life. It was in California that Jackie Robinson first learned the ugliness of racial hatred. White families who did not want to live near them repeatedly tried to force them to move away. Jackie Robinson Jackie Robinson established himself early as an athlete. He was a star player while attending the University of California at Los Angeles. Jackie won honors in baseball, basketball, football and track. He was named to the All-American football team. He was considered the best athlete on America's west coast. Jackie Robinson left college early because of financial problems. He joined the ed States Army in Nineteen-Forty-One, during the second World War. He became a lieutenant after boxing champion Joe Louis pushed for Robinson to be trained as an officer. However, after three years, Robinson was dismissed from the army because he objected to a racial order. He refused to move to the back of a bus. VOICE ONE: In Nineteen-Forty-Five, there were not many jobs open to a black man, even someone who had attended college. Robinson wanted to play professional baseball. Blacks, however, were not permitted to play in the major leagues. So, he decided to play with the Negro Baseball League. The Negro League teams were started in the Nineteen-Twenties to give black people a place to play baseball. Many of the best baseball players in the ed States played in the Negro Leagues before white professional teams began accepting black players. The skills and records of black ball players were as good as major league white players. It was a hard life for Negro League players. They took long trips by bus. They changed clothes in farmhouses and shared bath water with teammates. Many eating places did not serve food to blacks. They had to eat outside or on the road. And they were not permitted to sleep at hotels for whites. Many players slept on the bus. Article/200802/28050

  “I can’t take this anymore!” Victor screamed. He closed the Word document—no, thank you, Word, he did not want to save it. Two minutes later, the document actually closed. Victor clicked on Start so he could click on Turn Off Computer. Five minutes later, his computer finally shut down.Fuming, Victor unplugged it and took it to PC Club. “Why is this thing so slow?” he asked Matt, the tech guy. Matt plugged it in. After a while, the desktop icons finally appeared. Matt typed in several commands at blinding speed.“Look at this,” he said. “You have one backup program that is using up 90 percent of your processor. Not to mention that you have a slow processor. Your processor is like the engine of your car. You don't want a car with a two-cylinder engine; you want eight cylinders, right? Plus, you’ve got too many icons on your desktop. Put all the icons into folders. Pause that backup program. Reduce the number of programs that are active at Start-Up. That should speed things up a bit.”“Can't I just install an 'eight cylinder' processor?” Victor asked innocently.“No way,” Matt chuckled. “I hear that question a lot, but I can’t help you. If you want a new processor, you’ve got to buy a whole new laptop.” Article/201108/147317

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