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英语原版有声读物:《公主日记》Volume I_53

2015-11-24    来源:普特英语编辑部    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

公主日记 第一册 part 53

The Princess Diaries

英文有声读物,听原版小说,学地道英语。

【Audio Book】The Princess Diaries

【原版朗读者】Anne Hathaway (安妮·海瑟薇)

【小说简介】

米娅,是一位普通美国高中生。在一群张扬、活力四射的同学中,她显得很不自信,普通得会被老师忘记名字。米娅和她的单亲妈妈住在一起,有着自己生活的小圈子,在她的能力可以控制的范围内,米娅平凡的生活着。

在米娅16岁生日到来前,她忽然被告知要与她的奶奶克拉丽莎·雷纳尔蒂见面。当米娅终于见到这位气质非凡,谈吐高贵女士时,她才发现,她的奶奶是欧洲小国吉诺维亚的女王。而她,正是这个国度的公主。

而为了让米娅能够顺利继承这一身份,女王对她开始了全方位的改变。米娅的不拘小节和王室的繁杂规矩冲突中,从而笑料百出...最终,米娅逐渐改变,慢慢地像个美丽的公主了...

《公主日记》原著小说就是由电影版主角Anne Hathaway朗读,以第一人称的角度,为你讲述她生活中的点点滴滴,爆笑趣事,成长困惑,以及从普通人到一个公主所有的经历感受。如同一个朋友,在向你倾诉她的喜怒哀乐...

小说充满青春气息,通俗易懂,是学习英文的绝佳素材。一起来听《公主日记》,提高自己的听力与口语。

【原滋原味 英文小说】

More Tuesday, French 
    
Today in G & T, in between showing me how to carry over, Michael Moscovitz complimented me on my handling of what he called the Weinberger Incident. I was
surprised he’d heard about it. He said it was all over school, about how I’d decimated Lana in front of Josh. He said, “Your locker is right next to Josh’s, isn’t it?”
    
I said yes it was.
    
He said, “That must be awkward,” but I told him actually it wasn’t, since Lana seems to be avoiding that area lately, and Josh never talks to me at all, except to say, “Can I get by here?” once in a while.
    
I asked him if Lilly was still saying mean things about me, and he said, all taken aback, “She’s never said mean things about you. She just doesn’t understand why you blew up at her like that.”
    
I said, “Michael, she’s always putting me down! I just couldn’t take it anymore. I have too many other problems without having friends who aren’t supportive of me.”
    
He laughed. “What kind of problems could you have?”
    
Like I was too much of a kid or something to have problems!
    
Boy, did I straighten him out. I couldn’t exactly tell him about being the princess of Genovia, or about not having any breasts or anything, but I did remind him that

I’m flunking Algebra, I have detention for a week, and I had recently woken up to find Mr. Gianini in his boxer shorts eating breakfast with my mom.
   
He said he guessed I did have some problems after all.
    
The whole time Michael and I were talking, I saw Lilly shooting us these looks from behind the poster board she was writing Ho-Gate slogans on with a big black Magic Marker. So I guess because I’m fighting with her I’m not allowed to be friends with her brother.
    
Or maybe she’s just sore because her boycott of Ho’s Deli is creating serious turmoil within the school. First of all, all the Asian kids have started doing their shopping exclusively at Ho’s. And why not? Because of Lilly’s campaign, now they know they can get a five-cent discount on just about anything. The other problem is that there is no other deli within walking distance. This has caused some serious division within the ranks of the protesters. The nonsmokers want to continue the boycott, but the smokers are all for writing the Hos a stern letter and then forgetting about it. And since all the popular kids in school smoke, they aren’t honoring the boycott at all. They’re going to Ho’s just like they always did to get their Camel Lights.
    
When you can’t get the popular kids on your side, you have to realize it’s hopeless: Without celebrity supporters, no cause stands a chance. I mean, where would all those starving kids be without Sally Struthers?
    
Anyway, then Michael asked me a strange question. He went, “So, are you grounded?”
    
I looked at him kind of funny. “You mean for getting detention? No, of course not. My mom is totally on my side. My dad wants to sue the school.”
    
Michael said, “Oh. Well, I was wondering because, if you aren’t busy Saturday, I thought maybe we could—“
    
But then Mrs. Hill came in and made us all fill out questionnaires for the Ph.D. she’s doing on urban youth violence, even though Lilly complained that we’re hardly qualified to comment, seeing as how the only youth violence any of us had ever experienced was when there was a sale on relaxed fit jeans at the Gap on Madison Avenue.     

Then the bell rang, and I ran out as fast as I could. I knew what Michael was going to ask me, see. He was going to suggest we meet to go over my long division, which he says is a human tragedy. And I just didn’t think I could take it. Math? On the weekend? After spending almost every waking moment on it all week?
    
No, thank you.
    
But I didn’t want to be rude, so I left before he could ask me. Was that terrible of me?
    
Really, a girl can only take so much criticism on her remainders.

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HOMEWORK
 
Algebra: pg. 121, 1–57 odd only

English: ??? Ask Shameeka

World Civ: questions at end of Chapter 9

G & T: none

French: pour demain, une vignette culturelle

Biology: none  

【重点词汇/俚语精解】  
 
1.carry over 使持续下去, 推迟,延期

2.decimate v.摧毁,大批杀害,严重削弱

Disease decimated the population.
疾病使大批人死亡。

3.Can I get by here? <超地道>我能借过一下么?

4.straighten out v.改正,清理,澄清,帮人(或自行)解决问题,(使某人)重回正轨,帮某人理清思路,了解局势/情况

5.Are you grounded? 你被禁足了吗?(被罚不许出家门儿)

6.on one's side 站在某人这边

Which side are you on? 你到底哪边的?(你到底支持谁啊?)



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