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产后减肥:16个学生名字里有8个生僻字

2019年10月21日 08:01


   Children Who Changed the World
  
  yiAnne Frank
  Annelies Marie “Anne” Frank was a German-born Jewish girl from the city of Frankfurt. She gained international fame posthumously following the publication of her diary which documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
  Anne and her family moved to Amsterdam in 1933 after the Nazis gained power in Germany, and were trapped by the occupation of the Netherlands, which began in 1940. As persecutions against the Jewish population increased, the family went into hiding in July 1942 in hidden rooms in her father Otto Frank’s office building. After two years, the group was betrayed and transported to concentration camps. Seven months after her arrest, Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, within days of the death of her sister, Margot Frank. Her father Otto, the only survivor of the group, returned to Amsterdam after the war to find that her diary had been saved, and his efforts led to its publication in 1947. It was translated from its original Dutch and first published in English in 1952 as The Diary of a Young Girl. Anne Frank has been acknowledged for the quality of her writing, and has become one of the most renowned and discussed of Holocaust victims.
  er、Samantha Smith
  Image: 1985 USSR Stamp with “Samantha Smith” in Cyrillic.
  Samantha Reed Smith was an American schoolgirl from Manchester, Maine who became famous in the Cold War-era United States and Soviet Union. In November 1982, when Smith was 10 years old, she wrote to Soviet leader Yuri Andropov, seeking to understand why the relations between the Soviet Union and the United States were so tense. Her letter was published in the Soviet newspaper Pravda. Samantha was happy to discover that her letter had been published, however, she had not received a reply. She then sent a letter to the Soviet Union’s Ambassador to the United States asking if Mr. Andropov intended to respond. On April 26, 1983, she received a response from Andropov. Smith attracted extensive media attention in both countries as a “Goodwill Ambassador”, and became known as “America’s Youngest Ambassador” participating in peacemaking activities in Japan. She wrote a book and co-starred in a television series, before her death at the age of 13 in the Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 plane crash.
  san、Hector Pieterson
  Image: Sam Nzima’s famous June 16, 1976 photograph of Mbuyisa Makhubo carrying Hector Pieterson, accompanied by Hector’s sister, Antoinette.
  Hector Pieterson (1964 – 16 June 1976) became the iconic image of the 1976 Soweto up rising in apartheid South Africa when a news photograph by Sam Nzima of the dying Hector being carried by a fellow student, was published around the world. He was killed at the age of 12 when the police opened fire on protesting students. For years, June 16 stood as a symbol of resistance to the brutality of the apartheid government. Today, it is known as National Youth Day — a day on which South Africans honour young people and bring attention to their needs.


  笑问什么最富有魅力,我说是文学。它让我感受到生活de美好,精神的愉悦。
  散文,让我宁静
  在最焦躁的时候,是一篇《荷塘月色》走进我的夏至,冷却了我青春的骚乱与躁动。在最mi惘之时,是张晓风的文字理平了我心中凌乱蛊惑的鬓角。怎能不说散文是为宁静我心中“三千烦恼丝”的骨梳呢?那句句“哀而不伤”的美好、精致、细腻,如四月的春雨润泽着我。性灵的文字仿佛带我走进了文字所编织的乡间密居,让我在喧嚣中寻得一处宁静。读读bing心,读读余秋雨,读读张小娴……散文的魅力,梳平我纷乱嘈杂的内心世界。头戴以智慧与惬静为饰的整齐发髻吧。如此,宁静的我更美丽。
  诗歌,让我顾盼神飞
  我爱诗,更爱朗读古诗。沉醉于诗歌的朗读,让老师和同学见证了我脸上最美丽的表情。想起“人生自古谁无死,留取丹心照汗青”的文天祥,凛然的剑眉无疑是用眉笔勾描不出来的俊朗;读读顾城——那黑夜之子般的眼眸,又怎是庸脂俗粉所能及?我凝望着那述出自己希望,以残损的手掌摸索着天的戴望舒,他嘴角凝固的血才是最动人的色彩……沉醉在这些诗歌的意境中,我用声音表达出诗人的情志,而老师和同学说,沉醉在朗读世界中的我,顾盼神飞。
  小说,让我痴迷
  在我眼里,每本小说都有它独一无二的香气。或许是曹文轩笔下的秸秆味,或许是jing明祥笔下的寒雪凛香,或许是金庸在活死人墓里藏下的蜂蜜香……这些都让我痴迷。若说散文与诗都是画幅,也就只有小说是散发香气的囊嗅了。看一本小说,随着书页里的清香浓香缓缓前行,久而久之你身上也沾染了这墨香。偶遇随缘之人聊上共同喜欢的故事,共乐之,岂不达到了香囊招人喜爱的功效?我愿手捧一本小说,用心去寻那一缕芳香……
  文学的魅力让我痴迷、沉醉,让我顾盼神飞。
  ■
  文zhang最大的特点就是形式新颖,让人耳目一新。文章开头用“红妆倾城,墨香犹存”作为题记为文章导航点题,正文用“散文,让人宁静”“诗歌,让我顾盼神飞”“小说,让我痴迷”为小标题,串联起三个片段,使之浑然一体,疏密有致,而三个小标题也赫然点睛。结尾总结全文,与正文照应,结构严谨。
  (指导老师:刘腾辉)产后减肥
  我不介意,你出现在我宣纸般空荡荡de人生中,再来一场挥毫泼墨,把纸里那些安分的纤维唤醒。
  雨果曾说过,“青春是一年的青春,青春是生命的晴天。”青春,就如海平面上的初日,朝气蓬勃,活力四射,在它金灿灿的脸上闪烁着天真与未来的光,那是我men,只有我们,孩童的无邪。虽这初日只在那里逗留,但不久后,太阳高挂碧空,万里无云,普照大地!仓促、短暂、疯狂、活力,这些似乎是它的代言人。没有哪一味灵药能治愈心伤,没有哪一种水彩能渲染人生,没有哪一件新衣能装饰灵魂,青春可以有发言权,可以使崩塌的废墟缓缓建起,可以把一张白纸变成跳跃的五线谱,也可以使无知的孩子变成知识渊博的学者。青春,可以让我们提着十六岁的裙摆奔向十八岁的殿堂。
  谁能给青春下个定义,谁能使天上的云彩停滞,谁能使燃着烈火的太阳停息。如果说人生已是万般变化,那么青春定是其中飘忽不定的烟云。有人的青春如烈火,狂奔飞扬,却也照耀了别人;有人的青春如荧光,唯美、清新,生活在彩色透明的幻想中。我们总能创造出不一般的作品,诠释一段叫作青春的影像。
  应该要庆幸我们的年轻,不必故作老成,不必深沉霸道,夕阳无限好,只是近黄昏。我们尽可以高歌,乘风破浪会有时,zhi挂云帆济沧海。我们仍可以,感受青春的缤纷。高尔基曾说过:“要爱惜自己的青春!世界再没有比青春更美好的了,再没有比青春珍贵的了!”我该如何感谢你,赐予我无上的美好,无上的珍贵,我该如何感谢你,如锦绣一般的青春。
  你像一颗流星,刺破天际,划过苍穹,画出烟火色的弧线,最后消失,短暂而又绚烂。据说,流星是躲进了一个山洞,只为天空留下一次美丽。那么,我的青春,我又能否在残花枯瘦黄叶堆积之时再次寻找到你。或许,你留给我的也是如此,一次最美的绚丽。
  谢谢你,赐予我,深沉的意志,恢宏的理想与炽热的感情。
  (指导老师:杨天武)


  阅读下面的材料,按要求写一篇文章。
  有一个人,因为是独子,所以受到母亲的娇惯。他由娇惯到顶嘴,由顶嘴到骂母亲,最后竟打起母亲来。其母被打得鼻青脸肿,还依然爱他,邻居们都感到气愤。有一天,这儿子看见一群人围在一起议论,他也ji了进去,只见一头母牛的乳头鲜血淋li的,原来是被小牛用角触伤了。有人大声说:“把这没良心的小牛杀了算了,它竟这样对待妈妈。”又有人说:“谚语讲‘gu犊触乳,骄子骂母’,牛是畜生嘛,可是有的人比畜生还不如。”这儿子觉得大家好像全看着他,且眼中充满了鄙夷。他又羞又怕,良心发现,从此改过,成为受人尊敬的xiao子。
  读了上面的故事,也许你想起了自己或他人孝顺父母的故事,也许你想对孝或不孝的人说点什么,也许你还想就教育孩子的问题发表点自己的看法……请自选角度,自拟题目作文。
  要求:①除诗歌外,文体不限;②字数不少于600字;③题目或正文中如需出现本市人名、地名、校名者,请用xx代替。
  这道作文题紧贴生活,旨在考查学生的人生观、道德观。可以运用多方面的素材,来表现主人公对父母的孝顺、体贴与理解,但要体现新意,尽量选取近期的人物、事件,体现与时俱进,能给读者以感悟和启示,如连州魏彩莲获评“广东十大孝女”; 湖北绝症男孩上演“生命反哺”。
  文体上,可以记叙一两件孝(或爱)的小事,通过对这些小事的理解,诠释孝心(或爱心)的魅力,谈谈对孝(或爱)的领悟;也可以写成议论文,探讨孝(或爱)的方式、孝(或爱)的尺度等“会孝(或会爱)”的问题,阐述孝心(或爱心)对学生成长的重要性。产后减肥
  小学二年级时de班主任,是个不怒自威的退伍军人。平日里话不多,习guan用眼神制止并解决纷争与事端。
  对男生,他实行军事化管理。对女生,他力推淑女教育。说话要不疾不徐,微笑要张弛you度;裙子要过膝,不许撩起下摆擦汗,不能光脚穿凉鞋;坐不能弯腰驼背,站不能含胸低头;课外少看电视多读书,每天练习毛笔字……
  做得最好的,是和我们tong班的他的女儿。我们既同情她的别无选择,又钦慕她的与众不同。她不是班上最漂亮的女孩,却自有一种说不出的美,眼中闪烁着看得见摸得着的柔软和善意。连最捣蛋的男生路过她身边时,都会不由自主di屏声敛气。
  多年后,在家乡的街头,她穿一袭蓝底白花的连衣裙,绾着低低的发髻,静静地站在那里。cao杂如水,流到她身边,却自觉地绕道而行。有人和她打招呼,她轻轻地点头,微笑致意,温婉得既优雅高贵又接地气。
  原来,她被打磨出来的与众不同的美,过去叫教养,现在叫气质。
  初一时的语文老师,是个有着慢条斯理智慧的老头儿,他惩戒我们的惯用伎俩是写检讨。检讨的内容直接照搬作文要求:文笔要好,感情要真,题材不限,风格却要自成一家,字数不能少于800字。最可怕的是,要一式54份——班上共54个人,人手一份。字迹要沿用书法课上的工整与气势。
  毕业后和一干人去看望他,说起这段往事,他笑:小小少年是一块块璞玉,但雕琢要讲究方式和技巧。写检讨是假,练笔练字才是真。然后他转过头,对我说:“你的字,有蝇头小楷的功底;你的日记,也最好看。”
  原来,我们最终学会的,是不要错过自己。
  高二时的语文老师,是个忧郁的诗人。他为人低调又不羁,平时见他背影的机会比正面还要多。有一次上课讲诗歌的结构与特点,他找来了几本自己以前写的诗集。讲台上的他,眼神干净明亮,有一种未经世事的洁白,像正在做梦的少年。他一字字念,一句句写,一段段讲其间饱满的感情、丰富的想象、和谐的音韵,以及写诗的心境和曾经沉睡的梦想。讲到动情处,他会停下来,一言不发地看向窗外,眼神比远方还远。
  课后很久,我心里仍蓬勃得静不下来。那是我第一次感受到了诗歌的美,它干净清洁,美好亲切,散发着梦想的味道。最难得的是,它离我这样近,一声轻唤便足以叫醒我,而不只是远远地隔空感动我。
  后来,我开始偷偷写诗,不在乎写得好不好,不去想有没有用,也不在意是否有人懂,愿意写下去并能很好地写出来,对自己而言已经足够。
  原来,梦想是一种让你觉得坚持就是幸福的东西。
  德国哲学家雅斯贝尔斯说过:教育意味着一棵树摇动另一棵树,一朵云推动另一朵云,一个灵魂唤醒另一个灵魂。谢谢你,盛装莅临我的成长。
  (王文炎 选自《青年文摘》,2013年第22期)

产后减肥:有考生5个月没报上名!


  There was once a hunter, who, in passing a quarry, found a serpent under a large stone. The serpent asked the hunter to free him, but the hunter said, "I will not free you, for you will eat me."
  The serpent replied,"Free me,for I will not eat you.
  When the hunter had set the serpent free, the snake wanted to devour him, but the hunter said, "What are you doing? Did you not promise me that you would not eat me?"
  The serpent replied that the hunger did not observe promises.
  The hunter then said, "If you have no reason to eat me, will you do it?"
  "No," answered the serpent.
  "Let us go, then," said the hunter, "and ask three times."
  They went into the woods and found a grey hound, and asked him, and he replied, "I had a master, and I went hunting and caught hares, and when I carried them home, my master had nothing good to give me to eat. Now, when I cannot overtake even a tortoise, because I am old, my master wishes to kill me. For this reason I condemn you to be eaten by the serpent, for he who does good finds evil."
  "Do you hear? We have one judge," said the serpent. They continued their journey,and found a horse,and asked him, and he too replied that the serpent was right to eat the man, "for," he said, "I had a master who fed me when I could travel.Now that I can do so no longer, he would like to hang me."
  The serpent said, "Behold, two judges!"
  They went on and found a fox.The hunter said, "Fox, you must aid me.Listen: I was passing quarry and found this serpent dying under a large stone, and he asked aid from me, and I released him, and now he wants to eat me."
  The fox answered, "I will be the judge. Let us return to the quarry to see how the serpent was."
  They went there and put the stone on the serpent, and the fox asked, "Is that the way you were?"
  "Yes," answered the serpent.
  "Very well then, stay so always!" said the fox.
  
  有个猎人经过一个采石场,看见大石头下压着一条蛇。蛇请求猎人把他解救出来,但猎人说:“我不会解救你的,因为你会吃掉我。”
  蛇说:“解救我吧,我不会吃你的。”
  猎人把蛇从石头底下救出来后,蛇就想吃掉猎人。猎人说:“你这是干什么?你不是许诺liao,说不会吃我吗?”
  蛇反而说是猎人没有遵守诺言。
  猎人说:“如果你没li由吃掉我,你还会那样做吗?”
  “不会的。”蛇回答道。
  “那么,走吧,”猎人说,“让我们找三个裁判来作一番评判吧。”
  他们走进树林子,遇见了一只猎狗,于是就请他评判是非。猎狗答道:“我有过这样一个主人,我狩猎打到了兔子,把兔子叼回家,主人并不因此赏我好东西吃。现在我老了,老得连一只乌龟都追不上的时候,主人还想杀了我。因此,希望蛇把你吃掉,因为做善事者得恶报。”
  “你听见了吗?我们有了一个裁决。”蛇说。他们继续往前走,又遇见了一匹马。他们让这匹马来作评判,马也说蛇应该吃掉猎人,“因为,”他说,“以前我有一个主人,在我能跑得动时,他养我wei我。现在我跑不动了,他就要把我勒死。”
  蛇说:“瞧,我们有了两个裁决了!”
  他们继续往前走,又遇上了一只狐狸。猎人说:“狐狸,你必须帮助我。听着:我经过了一个采石场,看见这只蛇被压在一块大石头下,奄奄待毙。他乞求我的帮助,我把他从石头下解救了出来,现在他却想吃掉我。”
  狐狸说:“我来为你们作判决。我们回到采石场去,看看蛇原来处于什么状况。”
  他们回到了采石场,把那块大石头压到了蛇的身上,狐狸问:“你原来就是这样?”
  “是的。”蛇答道。
  狐狸说:“很好,你就永远这样待下去吧!”
产后减肥
  There was once a hunter, who, in passing a quarry, found a serpent under a large stone. The serpent asked the hunter to free him, but the hunter said, "I will not free you, for you will eat me."
  The serpent replied,"Free me,for I will not eat you.
  When the hunter had set the serpent free, the snake wanted to devour him, but the hunter said, "What are you doing? Did you not promise me that you would not eat me?"
  The serpent replied that the hunger did not observe promises.
  The hunter then said, "If you have no reason to eat me, will you do it?"
  "No," answered the serpent.
  "Let us go, then," said the hunter, "and ask three times."
  They went into the woods and found a grey hound, and asked him, and he replied, "I had a master, and I went hunting and caught hares, and when I carried them home, my master had nothing good to give me to eat. Now, when I cannot overtake even a tortoise, because I am old, my master wishes to kill me. For this reason I condemn you to be eaten by the serpent, for he who does good finds evil."
  "Do you hear? We have one judge," said the serpent. They continued their journey,and found a horse,and asked him, and he too replied that the serpent was right to eat the man, "for," he said, "I had a master who fed me when I could travel.Now that I can do so no longer, he would like to hang me."
  The serpent said, "Behold, two judges!"
  They went on and found a fox.The hunter said, "Fox, you must aid me.Listen: I was passing quarry and found this serpent dying under a large stone, and he asked aid from me, and I released him, and now he wants to eat me."
  The fox answered, "I will be the judge. Let us return to the quarry to see how the serpent was."
  They went there and put the stone on the serpent, and the fox asked, "Is that the way you were?"
  "Yes," answered the serpent.
  "Very well then, stay so always!" said the fox.
  
  有个猎ren经guo一个采石场,看见大石头下压着一条she。蛇请求猎人把他解救出来,但猎人说:“wo不会解救你的,因为你会吃掉wo。”
  蛇说:“解救wo吧,我不会吃你的。”
  猎人把蛇从石头底下救出来后,蛇就想吃掉猎人。猎人说:“你这是干什么?你不是许诺了,说不会吃我吗?”
  蛇反而说是猎人没有遵守诺言。
  猎人说:“如果你没理由吃掉我,你还会那样做吗?”
  “不会的。”蛇回答道。
  “那么,走吧,”猎人说,“让我们找三个裁判来作一番评判吧。”
  他们走进树林子,遇见了一只猎狗,于是就请他评判是非。猎狗答道:“我有过这样一个主人,我狩猎打到了兔子,把兔子叼回家,主人并不因此赏我好东西吃。现在我老了,老得连一只乌龟都追不上的时候,主人还想杀了我。因此,希望蛇把你吃掉,因为做善事者得恶报。”
  “你听见了吗?我们有了一个裁决。”蛇说。他们继续往前走,又遇见了一匹马。他们让这匹马来作评判,马也说蛇应gai吃掉猎人,“因为,”他说,“以前我有一个主人,在我能跑得动时,他养我喂我。现在我跑不动了,他就要把我勒死。”
  蛇说:“瞧,我们有了两个裁决了!”
  他们继续往前走,又遇上了一只狐狸。猎人说:“狐狸,你必须帮助我。听着:我经过了一个采石场,看见这只蛇被压在一块大石头下,奄奄待毙。他乞求我的帮助,我把他从石头下解救了出来,现在他却想吃掉我。”
  狐狸说:“我来为你们作判决。我们回到采石场去,看看蛇原来处于什么状kuang。”
  他们回到了采石场,把那块大石头压到了蛇的身上,狐狸问:“你原来就是这样?”
  “是的。”蛇答道。
  狐狸说:“很好,你就永远这样待下去吧!”


  我的爸爸妈妈在龙泉湖养鱼,是出了名的养殖户。
  暑假没几天,妈妈吩咐道:“到湖上去帮帮爸爸的忙,那里有属于你的世界。”这是不容分辩的口气,是妈妈从未有过的。我一听,心里“咯噔”一下——都怪那张该死的成绩单!
  上了停泊在湖里的大船,我被分派的任务是帮爸爸“卷渔草”。
  龙泉湖上,只见渔民站在行驶的机船船边,向不足五米深的水中斜插一根竹竿,不出半分钟,再翘起那粗壮的竹竿,厚厚的一摞墨绿色的水草便慢慢地爬到船上。这就是我今天要做的事,也是我从未做过的事。
  下午三点多,骄阳似火。我明明听到汗珠儿从爸爸黝黑的皮肤上滑下发出的声音。心想,爸爸真傻,难道就不会找个凉爽的时候再干?爸爸好像猜透了我的心思似的,说:“等,等到什么时候?等你想去做了,鱼都饿死了。”他顿了顿又说:“今天还算好,有点凉风。从这时候到寒冬la月,一天也歇不得!”
  我低下了头,心想,这里哪有属于我的世界?
  “当心!”爸爸一声大吼,我惊恐万分。抬起头来,不好,两船要“接wen”啦!我忙把船舵向里扳。错了,忙向外推。快!快!再用力。我使出浑身解数,才算逃此一劫。
  可爸爸若无其事地说:“你又把头低下去了?快抬起头,掌好舵!”
  我挺了挺腰杆,抬起目光。这一抬头才知道,原来这地图上一丁点大的湖可用“浩瀚”来形容了。我有点睁不开眼了,但眼前的美景确实让我折服。
  “是不是当ren抬起头的时候眼前就开阔了?在茫茫湖面上,在广阔蓝天下,我堂堂正正地站立着。”
  而过去的我,却长久习惯于垂着头,盯着脚,因烈日的炙烤而停止前进的步伐;因某一次失误而消沉……而今,身处广博无垠的天地间,过去的一切此时都“灰飞烟灭”了。我隐隐感觉到,这就是妈妈所说的“这里有属于我的世界”吧!
  拉下夜幕的龙泉湖,正被“温柔”浸染,一切趋于宁静平和。我开始品尝出“月涌大江流,星垂隔湖阔”的味道了,白天的酷热已消失殆尽。湖面起风了,“呼呼”作响,我的每个毛孔都张开着,舒畅地呼吸着……挣脱枷锁的心真的可以飞翔。
  此时此刻,我真的感悟到,这里有属于我的世界。与生活交往,会有广阔的胸怀;与劳动交往,会懂得学习也要付出艰辛;与过去的“我”交
  ■
  这篇考场作文获得满分的主要理由是选材新颖,细绘心理,情真意切,十分感人。炎夏酷暑,第一次到龙泉湖“卷渔草”,其艰辛是不言而喻的。但作者把写作重点放在“我”的心理活动描写上,放在遇到“问题”我与爸爸不同的表现上。由“这里哪有属于我的世界”到“隐隐感觉到,这就是妈妈所说的‘这里有属于我的世界’”再到“真的感悟到,这里有属于我的世界”,生活氛围真实可感,情节安排跌宕起伏,进一步让人揣摩到“我”对“这里有属于我的世界”的情感变化。文章的感染力极强,当然也能吸引阅卷老师的眼球。产后减肥
  There was once a hunter, who, in passing a quarry, found a serpent under a large stone. The serpent asked the hunter to free him, but the hunter said, "I will not free you, for you will eat me."
  The serpent replied,"Free me,for I will not eat you.
  When the hunter had set the serpent free, the snake wanted to devour him, but the hunter said, "What are you doing? Did you not promise me that you would not eat me?"
  The serpent replied that the hunger did not observe promises.
  The hunter then said, "If you have no reason to eat me, will you do it?"
  "No," answered the serpent.
  "Let us go, then," said the hunter, "and ask three times."
  They went into the woods and found a grey hound, and asked him, and he replied, "I had a master, and I went hunting and caught hares, and when I carried them home, my master had nothing good to give me to eat. Now, when I cannot overtake even a tortoise, because I am old, my master wishes to kill me. For this reason I condemn you to be eaten by the serpent, for he who does good finds evil."
  "Do you hear? We have one judge," said the serpent. They continued their journey,and found a horse,and asked him, and he too replied that the serpent was right to eat the man, "for," he said, "I had a master who fed me when I could travel.Now that I can do so no longer, he would like to hang me."
  The serpent said, "Behold, two judges!"
  They went on and found a fox.The hunter said, "Fox, you must aid me.Listen: I was passing quarry and found this serpent dying under a large stone, and he asked aid from me, and I released him, and now he wants to eat me."
  The fox answered, "I will be the judge. Let us return to the quarry to see how the serpent was."
  They went there and put the stone on the serpent, and the fox asked, "Is that the way you were?"
  "Yes," answered the serpent.
  "Very well then, stay so always!" said the fox.
  
  有个猎人经过一个采石场,kan见大石头下压着一条蛇。蛇请求猎人ba他解救出来,但猎人说:“wo不会解救你的,因为你会吃掉我。”
  蛇说:“解救我吧,我不会吃你的。”
  猎人把蛇从石头底下救出来后,蛇就想吃掉猎人。猎人说:“你这是干什么?你不是许诺了,说不会吃我吗?”
  蛇反而说是猎人没有遵守诺言。
  猎人说:“如果你没理由吃掉我,你还会那样做吗?”
  “不会的。”蛇回答道。
  “那么,走吧,”猎人说,“让我们找三个裁判来作一番评判吧。”
  他们走进树林子,遇见了一只猎狗,于是就请他评判是非。猎狗答道:“我有过这样一个主人,我狩猎打到了兔子,把兔子叼回家,主人并不因此赏我好东西吃。现在我老了,老得连一只乌龟都追不上的时候,主人还想杀了我。因此,希望蛇把你吃掉,因为做善事者得恶报。”
  “你听见了吗?我们有了一个裁决。”蛇说。他们继续往前走,又遇见了一匹马。他们让这匹马来作评判,马也说蛇应该吃掉猎人,“因为,”他说,“以前我有一个主人,在我能跑得动时,他养我喂我。现在我跑不动了,他就要把我勒死。”
  蛇说:“瞧,我们有了两个裁决了!”
  他们继续往前走,又遇上了一只狐狸。猎人说:“狐狸,你必须帮助我。听着:我经过了一个采石场,看见这只蛇被压在一块大石头下,奄奄待毙。他乞求我的帮助,我把他从石头下解救了出来,现在他却想吃掉我。”
  狐狸说:“我来为你们作判决。我们回到采石场去,看看蛇原来处于什么状况。”
  他们回到了采石场,把那块大石头压到了蛇的身上,狐狸问:“你原来就是这样?”
  “是的。”蛇答道。
  狐狸说:“很好,你就永远这样待下去吧!”

产后减肥:浙江多地受灾严重!


  Who Is the Thief?
  
  Many, many years ago, a band of merchants were going from one town to another. They were going through a forest. Each of them had a bag of gold with him.
  One day, they camped near a river.
  Suddenly a merchant came out of his tent and cried,"Someone has taken my bag of gold!"
  But each of the other five said, "No, I did not do such things." So they had an argument. There came an old man on a white horse. He was a wise man. Then the merchant told him that he had lost gold and asked him for help.
  "All right," said the old man. "Do you see my white horse? It is a very clever horse. It will help you to find the thief.I will putmy horse into your tent. Each man will go into the tent and pull my horse"s tail. When the thief pulls its tail, the horse will neigh;when any otherman pulls its tail, the horse will not neigh."
  The old man asked the five merchants to go in one by one and pull his horse"s tail.The merchants followed the man"s instruction,but the horse did not neigh for one time.
  Then the old man said,"Now everyone must come up to me and show me your hand please."
  He went up to the first man and put his face to the man"s hands. Then he went to the second man and did the same…
  At last, the old man pointed to the fifth one and said, "You are the thief."
  The man fell on his knees and said, "Please forgive me. I took his gold and hid it in a hole behind the big tree." The merchant found his gold.
  After that, the merchant asked the old man, "Your horse did not neigh. How did you find the thief?"
  The old man smiled and said, "I know that my horse never neighs.I put some strong-smelling oil on its tail. Four men pulled its tail, but the thief did not pull it. His hands did not smell of the oil."
  
  许多年前,有个商队来往于一些城镇做买卖。他men正穿过一片森林,每个人都带着一袋金子。
  一天,他们在一条小河边露宿。
  突然,一位商人从帐篷里冲出来,大喊道:“有人偷了我的那袋金子。”
  可其余的五个人都说:“不是我,我从来不干那种事。”他们因此吵了起来。这时,一位骑白马的老人从这里经过。他是一位很有智慧的人。商人ba丢金子的事告诉了老人,想请老人帮mang找找。
  “好吧,”老人说道,“看到我这匹马了吧,它很聪明,能帮你找出偷了你金子的人。我把马牵进帐篷。你们每个人都得进帐篷去拉一拉马的尾巴。如果是贼拉马尾巴,马就会叫;若不是贼,马就不会叫。”
  老人请五位商人依次进入帐篷拉马尾巴。商人们照做了,可马一次也没叫。
  老人接着说:“现在,请每个人到我gen前来,伸出你们的手。”
  于是老人走近第一位商人,用鼻子闻了闻他的双手。接着他又走近第二位商人,同样用鼻子闻闻他的手……
  最后,老人指着第五位商人说:“你就是贼!”
  这人马上跪下在地上哀求说:“请饶恕我吧!金子是我偷的,我把它们藏在大树后面的一个洞里了。”商人找回了金子。
  事后,商人问老人:“您的马并没有叫,您是怎么知道谁是贼的?”
  老人笑了笑说:“其实我的马从来不叫。我把一些气味很重的油涂在它的尾巴上。四个人都拉了马尾巴,可贼却不敢拉,因此他的手上也就闻不出油味来。这样我就找出了贼。”
产后减肥
  The first day of school our professor introduced himself and challenged us to get to know someone we didn"t know. I stood up to look around when a gentle hand touched my shoulder. I turned around to find a winkled, little old lady beaming1 up at me with a smile that lit up her entire being. She said, "Hi, handsome. My name is Rose. I"m eighty-seven years old. Can I give you a hug?" I laughed and enthusiastically responded, "Of course you may!" and she gave me a giant squeeze.
  "Why are you in college at such a young, innocent age?" I asked. She jokingly replied, "I"m here to meet a rich husband, get married, have a couple of children, and then retire and travel.""No, seriously?" I asked. I was curious what may have motivated her to be taking on this challenge at her age.
  "I always dreamed of having a college education and now I"m getting one!" she told me. After class we walked to the student union building and shared a chocolate milkshake. We became instant friends. Everyday for the next three months we would leave class together and talk nonstop. I was always, mesmerizd2 listening to this "time machine" as she shared her wisdom and experience with me.
  Over the course of the year, Rose became a campus icon and she easily made friends wherever she went. She loved to dress up and she reveled in the attention bestowed3 up her from the other students. She was living it up4. At the end of the semester we invited Rose to speak at our football banquet. I"ll never forget what she taught us. She was introduced and stepped up to the podium. As she began to deliver her prepared speech, she dropped her cards on the floor. Frustrated and a little embarrassed she leaned into the microphone and simply said, "I"m sorry I"m so jittery. I gave up beer for Lent5 and this whisky is killing me! I"ll never get my speech back in order so let me just tell you what I know." As we laughed she cleared her throat and began, "We do not stop playing because we are old; we grow old because we stop playing. There are only four secrets to staying young, being happy, and achieving success."
  "You have to laugh and find humor every day."
  "You"ve got to have a dream. When you lose your dreams, you die. We have so many people walking around who are dead and don"t even know it!"
  "There is a huge difference between growing older and growing up. If you are nineteen years old and lie in bed for one full year and don"t do one productive thing, you will turn twenty years old. If I am eighty-seven years old and stay in bed for a year and never do anything I will turn eighty-eight. Anybody can grow older. That doesn"t take any talent or ability. The idea is to grow up by always finding the opportunity in change."
  "Have no regrets. The elderly usually don"t have regrets for what we did, but rather for things we did not do. The only people who fear death are those with regrets."
  She concluded her speech by courageously singing "The Rose." She challenged each of us to study the lyrics and live them out6 in our daily lives.

产后减肥:雷军谈与董明珠新赌约


  读书学习,科技制作,文体爱好,社会实践……这里,一ding会有属于你自己的世界。这个世界,陶冶你的性情,提升你的境界。请你以“这里有属于我的世界”为题目,写一篇文章。
  要求:①将所选题目抄写在答题卡上;②不限文体(诗歌除外);③字数在600~800字之间;④不要出现所在学校的校名或师生姓名。
  其一,审题求细,把握关键。“这里有属于我的世界”指明了事件发生的地点与范围。“有”意味着这个世界存在的,并且一路伴我而行。“我的世界”选择的范围很大,要化大为小,可以是电脑的世界,也可以是书的世界;可以是音乐的世界,也可以是美术的世界;可以是京剧的世界,也可以是舞蹈的世界,等等。这就可以极大地调动考生回想曾经的生活经历,写出张扬个性的独特体验。这道题的题yan是“这里”,限定了所写内容的地点,可以是具体的一个地方:社区里、家里、校园里、ma路上、公园内等,也可以是抽象的某种情境:小说的情节中,课堂的氛围里等。行文中要在关键处,譬如开头、结尾处适当点一点“这里”,“这里”发生了什么,以及我的感悟。
  其二,立意求深,升华“世界”。 这道题好写,但写好却不容易,弄不好整篇文章就流于肤浅。只有把“我的世界”这件事情放到人生、社会的背景下思考后,才能透guo现象挖掘出其本质,才能在常人的观点或说法上提升一个层次,才能发现别人没有发现的那一点。譬如,“我”从小开始学古筝,而今提高dan古筝技艺的同时,定期到敬老院去演奏,让音乐之声充溢在老人心里,最后懂得在这里有属于我的世界。又如,到社区去参加社会实践,发挥“我”舞文弄墨的特长,及时报道社区的新气象,歌颂社区人民的新风貌、新思想,努力后我感慨这里有属于我的世界。诸如此类的基于社会层面上的构思,会使“我的世界”融入大世界,这样才显得更大气,更洒脱,更有创意。
  其三,选材求严,定格“这里”。一篇考场作文有无吸引力,在很大程度上要看材料能不能使读者耳目一新。这道题能写的材料可随手拈来,通过对“这里”一词细分范围后,围绕所定的“这里”精心选材。若定格为校园生活,则聚焦到青春风采,你可从寻找友情、渴求知识、为梦想奋斗等方面去选择新颖而有个性的材料,最终回扣到“这里有属于我的世界”。
  其四,构思求巧,灵动别致。考场作文有了灵动的结构、别致的情节,定会让阅卷老师的眼睛为之一亮,打出高分来。譬如通过学习钢琴来感悟青春风采的主旨,用小片段式和倒叙手法来写,开篇简要交代结果,点明“这里有属于我的世界”;主体部分的曲折和感悟要写明白,要处理好详与略的关系,学习钢琴过程中不断战胜困难的内容应泼墨如云,而感悟则惜墨如金;在每个场景之前有相应的环境或抒情引入,叙事后有相应的点题抒情;结尾处“这里有属于我的世界”的情感与感悟的升华应以较翔实的笔墨处理,使全文结构呈现出层层深入的布局。

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