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该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 60:Too early and too late2013-08-20
Punctuality is a necessary habit in all public affairs in civilized society. Without it, nothing could ever be brought to a conclusion;
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 59:Collecting2013-08-20
People tend to amass possessions, sometimes without being aware of doing so. Indeed they can have a delightful surprise when they find something useful which they did not know they owned.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 58:A spot of bother2013-08-19
The old lady was glad to be back at the block of flats where she lived. Her shopping had tired her and her basket ad grown heavier with every step of the way home.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 57:Back in the old country2013-08-19
I stopped to let the car cool off and to study the map. I had expected to be near my objective by now, but everything still seemed alien to me.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 56:Our neighbour,the river2013-08-18
The river which forms the eastern boundary of our farm has always played an important part in our lives. Without it we could not make a living.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 55:From the earth: Greetings2013-08-18
Recent developments in astronomy have made it possible to detect planets in our won Milky Way and in other galaxies. This is a major achievement because, in relative terms, planets are very small and old not emit light. Finding planets is proving hard enough, but finding life on them will prove infinitely more difficult.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 54:Instinct or cleverness2013-08-17
We have been brought up to fear insects. We regard them as unnecessary creatures that do more harm than good.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 53:In the public interest2013-08-17
The Scandinavian countries are much admired all over the world for their enlightened social policies. Sweden has evolved an excellent system for protecting the individual citizen from highhanded or incompetent public officers.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 52: Mud is mud2013-08-16
My cousin, Harry, keeps a large curiously-shaped bottle on permanent display in his study. Despite the fact that the bottle is tinted a delicate shade of green, an observant visitor would soon notice that it is filled with what looks like a thick, grayish substance.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 51:Predicting the future2013-08-16
Predicting the future is notoriously difficult. Who could have imagined, in the mid 1970s, for example, that by the end of the 20th century, computers would be as common in people's homes as TV sets?
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 50:New Year resolutions2013-08-16
An all-night party on New Year's Eve provided me with a good excuse for not carrying out either of these new resolutions on the first day of the year, but on the second, I applied myself assiduously to the task.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 49:The ideal servant2013-08-16
It is a good thing my aunt Harriet died years ago. If she were alive today she would not be able to air her views on her favourite topic of conversation: domestic servants.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 48:The silent village2013-08-14
In this much-travelled world, there are still thousands of places which are inaccessible to tourists. We always assume that villagers in remote places are friendly and hospitable.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 47:Too high a price2013-08-14
Pollution is the price we pay for an overpopulated, over industrialized planet. When you come to think about it, there are only four ways you can deal with rubbish: dump it, burn it, turn it into something you can use again, attempt to produce less of it. We keep trying all four methods, but he sheer volume of rubbish we produce worldwide threatens to overwhelm us.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 46:Do it yourself2013-08-13
So great is our passion for doing things for ourselves, that we are becoming increasingly less dependent on specialized labour. No one can plead ignorance of a subject any longer, for these are countless do-it-yourself publications.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 45:The power of the press2013-08-13
In democratic countries any efforts to restrict the freedom of the press are rightly condemned. However, this freedom can easily be abused.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 44:Speed and comfort2013-08-12
People travelling long distances frequently have to decide whether they would prefer to go by land, sea, or air. Hardly anyone can positively enjoy sitting in a train for more than a few hours.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 43:Fully insured2013-08-12
Insurance companies are normally willing to insure anything. Insuring public or private property is a standard practice in most countries in the world. If, however, you were holding an open air garden party or a fete it would be equally possible to insure yourself in the event of bad weather.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 42:Modern cavemen2013-08-11
Cave exploration, or pot-holing, as it has come to be known, is a relatively new sport. Perhaps it is the desire for solitude or the chance of making an unexpected discovery that lures people down to the depths of the earth. It is impossible to give a satisfactory explanation for a pot-holer's motives.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 41:Illusions of Pastoral peace2013-08-11
The quiet life of the country ahs never appealed to me. City born and city bred. I have always regarded the country as something you look at through a train window, or something you occasional visit during the weekend.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 40:Who's who2013-08-10
Inviting the fire brigade to put out a nonexistent fire is a crude form of deception which no self-respecting student would ever indulge in. Students often create amusing situations which are funny to everyone except the victims.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 39:Nothing to worry about2013-08-10
The rough across the plain soon became so bad that we tried to get Bruce to drive back to the village we had come from.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 38:The first calender2013-08-10
Future historians will be in a unique position when they come to record the history of our own times. They will hardly know which facts to select from the great mass of evidence that steadily accumulates.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 37:The Westhaven Express2013-08-10
We have learnt to expect that trains will be punctual. After years of conditioning, most of us have developed an unshakable faith in railway timetables.
该音频有LRC字幕 新概念英语第三册(美音版)Lesson 36:A chance in a million2013-08-08
We are less credulous than we used to be. In the nineteenth century, a novelist would bring his story to a conclusion by presenting his readers with a series of coincidences most of them wildly improbable.
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