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It wasn't until then that I noticed that he was soaked to the bone in dripping water and we had not a single drop of rain in a month or more. I just shook my head and closed the door behind him. I looked ahead for a spilt second to see if any other tourists were waiting to be picked up on the corner. I turned back and I discovered that Cloud was gone!! I looked behind the bus and saw no one, I was amazed at how fast he had went away. I just shrugged my shoulders and took off done for the day.  A few days later I was ing a book about the Battle of the Alamo when I discovered the most shocking thing I had ever discovered in my life. One of the pages of the book had a list of the names of the 183 defenders of the Alamo, and in the "C" section was the name, Daniel Cloud! When I this my eyes went wide and I looked across the page and saw that he was only 19 years old when he was killed in the Alamo. He was the one who spotted the Mexicans before they took over the streets of San Antonio in February of 1836, and his post on top of the San Frenando Church where I had picked him up!   From then on I still look for Cloud when I'm passing by the San Frenando Church on my way back to the Alamo, and hopefully I'll pick him up again someday and take him to the Alamo.....  这时我才发现他已经是浑身湿透了,可是,我们可能有一个多月没见过一滴雨了。我向他摇摇头表示不用谢,然后关了车门朝前面望了一眼,看看是不是还有人在拐角那等车准备回去。当我再回过头,却发现克劳德已经不见了。车上空无一人,我很纳闷他怎么走得这么快。我也只是耸耸肩,把最后一班车开回去了。  几天以后我读到本介绍阿拉莫战役的书,发现一件有生以来最让我震惊的事情。书里有一页是守卫阿拉莫的183名士兵的名单,“C”字头的名录下有一个名字居然是丹尼尔克劳德!我简直不敢相信自己的眼睛,仔细地读了那一段以后,我这才知道他那年牺牲在阿拉莫的时候才19岁。他所在的部队1836年2月阻击了墨西哥人,那时墨西哥人还没有攻陷圣安东尼奥。他们当时的阵地是圣费尔南多大教堂,我就是从那里接他上的车。  从那以后,每当我回阿拉莫经过圣费尔南多大教堂的时候都要找找克劳德是不是在那,我想有一天能再接他上车,带他去阿拉莫。 Article/200809/48706John Coltrane, 1926-1967: The famous saxophone player helped make modern jazz popular around the worldVOICE ONE:PEOPLE IN AMERICA, a program in Special English by the Voice of America.(MUSIC)John Coltrane He was one of the greatest saxophone players of all time. He wrote jazz music. He recorded new versions of popular songs. And, he helped make modern jazz popular. I'm Shirley Griffith.VOICE TWO:And I'm Steve Ember. Today, we tell about musician John Coltrane.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:John Coltrane was born in the state of North Carolina in nineteen twenty-six. He was raised in the small farm town of High Point. Both of his grandfathers were clergymen. As a young boy, he spent a great deal of time listening to the music of the black Southern church.Coltrane's father sewed clothes. He played several musical instruments for his own enjoyment. The young Coltrane grew up in a musical environment. He discovered jazz by listening to the recordings of such jazz greats as Count Basie and Lester Young.VOICE TWO:When John was thirteen, he asked his mother to buy him a saxophone. People realized almost immediately that the young man could play the instrument very well. John learned by listening to recordings of the great jazz saxophone players, Johnny Hodges and Charlie Parker.John and his family moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in nineteen forty-three. He studied music for a short time at the Granoff Studios and at the Ornstein School of Music.VOICE ONE:John Coltrane served for a year in a Navy band in Hawaii. When he returned, he began playing saxophone in several small bands.In nineteen forty-eight, Coltrane joined trumpet player Dizzy Gillespie's band. Seven years later, Coltrane joined the jazz group of another trumpet player, Miles Davis. The group included piano player Red Garland, double bass player Paul Chambers and drummer Philly Joe Jones.VOICE TWO:Coltrane began experimenting with new ways to write and perform jazz music. He explored many new ways of playing the saxophone.Some people did not like this new sound. They did not understand it. Others said it was an expression of modern soul. They said it represented an important change. Jazz performers, composers and other musicians welcomed this change.During the nineteen fifties, Coltrane used drugs and alcohol. He became dependent on drugs. Band leaders dismissed him because of his drug use. In nineteen fifty-seven, Coltrane stopped using drugs.VOICE ONE:In nineteen fifty-nine, John Coltrane recorded the first album of his own music. The album is called "Giant Steps." Here is the title song from that album.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:Coltrane also recorded another famous song with a larger jazz band. The band included Milt Jackson on vibes, Hank Jones on piano, Paul Chambers on bass and Connie Kay on drums. Here is their recording of "Stairway to the Stars."(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In nineteen sixty, Coltrane left Miles Davis and organized his own jazz group. He was joined by McCoy Tyner on piano, Jimmy Garrison on bass and Elvin Jones on drums. This group became famous around the world.John Coltrane's most famous music was recorded during this period. One song is called "My Favorite Things." Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein had written the song for the Broadway musical "The Sound of Music." Jazz critics say Coltrane's version is one of the best jazz recordings ever made. The record became very popular. It led many more people to become interested in jazz.(MUSIC: "My Favorite Things")VOICE TWO:Critics say Coltrane's versions of other popular songs influenced all jazz music writing. One of these was a song called "Summertime." It was written by Du Bose Heyward and George Gershwin for the opera "Porgy and Bess."(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:In nineteen sixty-four, Coltrane married pianist Alice McCloud who later became a member of his band. He stopped using alcohol, and became religious. He wrote a song to celebrate his religious experience. The song is more than thirty minutes long. It is called "A Love Supreme." Here is part of the song.(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:By nineteen sixty-five, Coltrane was one of the most famous jazz musicians in the world. He was famous in Europe and Japan, as well as in the ed States. He was always trying to produce a sound that no one had produced before. Some of the sounds he made were beautiful. Others were like loud screams. Miles Davis said that Coltrane was the loudest, fastest saxophone player that ever lived.Many people could not understand his music. But they listened anyway. Coltrane never made his music simpler to become more popular.Coltrane continued to perform and record even as he suffered from liver cancer. He died in nineteen sixty-seven at the age of forty in Long Island, New York.VOICE ONE:Experts say John Coltrane continues to influence modern jazz. Some critics say one of Coltrane's most important influences on jazz was his use of musical ideas from other cultures, including India, Africa and Latin America.Whitney Balliett of The New Yorker Magazine wrote about Coltrane the year after his death: "People said they heard the dark night ... in Coltrane's wildest music. But what they really heard was a heroic ... voice at the mercy of its own power."(MUSIC)VOICE TWO:This Special English program was written by Shelley Gollust. It was produced by Lawan Davis. I'm Steve Ember.VOICE ONE:And I'm Shirley Griffith. Join us again next week at this time for another PEOPLE IN AMERICA program on the Voice of America. Article/200803/32376Written by Cynthia Kirk (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:I’m Mary Tillotson.VOICE TWO:And I’m Steve Ember with the VOA Special English program, PEOPLE IN AMERICA. Today, we tell about writer Langston Hughes, who has been called the poet voice of African Americans. (MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Langston Hughes is usually thought of as a poet. But he also wrote novels, plays, short stories, essays, autobiographies, newspaper columns, children’s books, and the words to operas. He also translated into English the works of foreign poets. Hughes was one of the first black writers who could support himself by his writings. He is praised for his ability to say what was important to millions of black people. Hughes produced a huge amount of work during his lifetime. He also has influenced the work of many other writers. He wrote for almost fifty years.VOICE TWO:Langston Hughes Langston Hughes was famous for his descriptions of black American life. He used his work to praise his people and voice his concerns about race and social injustice. His work is known all around the world and has been translated into many languages.Hughes’s poetry had serious messages. He often wrote about racial issues, describing his people in a realistic way. Although his story was not often pleasant, he told it with understanding and with hope.(MUSIC)VOICE ONE:Langston Hughes was born in Joplin, Missouri, in Nineteen-Oh-Two. His parents were separated. He spent most of his childhood with his grandmother in Lawrence, Kansas. She told him stories about their family and their fight to end slavery. Her storytelling filled him with pride in himself and his race. He first began to write poetry when he was living with her. When he was fourteen, he moved to Cleveland, Ohio, to stay with his mother and her new husband.He attended Central High School in Cleveland, Ohio. Langston was named Class Poet one year. He published his first short stories while he was still in high school. VOICE TWO:Langston Hughes struggled with a feeling of loneliness caused by his parent’s divorce. He developed a love of ing books as a way to deal with the lack of time his parents spent with him. His love for ing grew into a desire to write. He wanted to reproduce the powerful effect other writers had made upon him. Among the early influences on his writing were poets Walt Whitman, Carl Sandburg and Paul Lawrence Dunbar.After graduating from high school in Nineteen-Twenty, Langston moved to Mexico City to live with his father for one year. His father had moved there to escape racism in America. His father did not offer much warmth to his son. Yet, Langston turned the pain caused by his family problems into one of his most famous poems, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers.” In this poem, he speaks of the strength and pride of black people in ancient African civilizations and in America.(READING)VOICE ONE:Langston Hughes learned a lot about race, and about social and economic conditions while he was in Mexico. His ability to speak Spanish and his brown skin often made it easy for him to appear to be a native. Many of his works, including a play for children, deal with his days in Mexico. During the time he stayed with his father in Mexico, Langston wrote many poems because he was always unhappy. He once said that he usually created his best work when he was really not happy.Langston had a troubled relationship with his father from which he never recovered fully. His father did not think he could earn a living as a writer. His mother, however, recognized his need to be a poet. Article/200802/28052The Composition Class 作文课 The students in the composition class were assigned the task of writing an essay on " the most beautiful thing I ever saw." The student who, of all the members of the class seemed the least sensitive to beauty, handed in his paper first with astonishing speed. It was short and to the point. He had written: "The most beautiful thing I ever saw was too beautiful for words."在作文课上,学生们被布置写一篇题为"我所见到过的最美的东西"的文章。在整个班级中看起来对美最不敏感的那个学生用令人吃惊的速度第一个交了卷。这篇作文短而扼要。他写道:"我所见到过的最美的东西美得无法用语言来表达。" Article/200804/35887At Avonlea school在埃文利学校When school started in September, Anne and Diana walked there and back together every day.九月,学校开学了,安妮和戴安娜每天一起步行上下学。#39;What a beautiful day, #39;Anne said happily one morning, as the two little girls walked across the fields. #39;I#39;m very lucky to have you as my best friend, Diana. You are my best friend, aren#39;t you? #39;一天清晨,当两个小姑娘穿过田野的时候,安妮感叹道:“多美的一天啊!戴安娜,我有你这样一位好朋友真幸运。你是我最好的朋友,不是吗?”#39;Of course, Anne, #39;replied Diana, taking Anne#39;s hand. #39;And just think, today you#39;ll meet Gilbert Blythe. He#39;s three years older than us, and very good-looking. He#39;s just come back from holiday, and starts school today. #39;“当然了,安妮。”戴安娜握住安妮的手回答道。“想想看,今天你就要见到吉尔伯特·布莱思了。他比我们大3岁,长得很帅。今天他刚刚度完假回学校上学。”#39;Oh, boys! #39;said Anne. #39;I#39;m not interested in them. #39;“男孩!”安妮说道。“我对他们不感兴趣。”But she did look at Gilbert when they arrived at school. He was a tall boy, with curly brown hair and a friendly smile.但当她们到达学校的时候,安妮还是打量了吉尔伯特一下。他是个长着鬈曲的棕色头发的高个男孩,脸上挂着友善的微笑。#39;He is good-looking, #39;Anne whispered to Diana, #39;but why does he smile at me? He doesn#39;t know me! #39;“他长得是帅,”安妮小声对戴安娜说,“但他为什么冲我笑?他根本不认识我!”Avonlea school was quiet that day. The teacher, Mr Phillips, was helping some of the older children at the back of the schoolroom. Anne was looking out of the window at the reds and yellows of the trees, and the silvery blue of the river. She was far away in the world of her imagination. But Gilbert wanted her to look at him. He whispered to her, but she did not move. He was surprised. Girls were usually very y to look at him.埃文利学校那天非常平静。学校的教师,菲利普斯先生在教室后面辅导一些大孩子。安妮欣赏着窗外红黄相间的树木和波光粼粼的蓝色小河。她已经被自己的幻想带到了遥远的地方。但吉尔伯特希望她看着自己。他对她低语,但她一动不动。他很惊讶。女孩们通常都很愿意看他。Suddenly he put his arm out, pulled her red plaits, and said in a loud whisper, #39;Carrots! Carrots! #39;他忽然伸出手去,拽住她的红色发辫,一边轻声叫着,“胡萝卜!胡萝卜!”Anne jumped up and looked angrily at Gilbert.安妮从座位上跳起来瞪着吉尔伯特。#39;You horrible boy! #39;she cried. #39;I hate you! #39;And then she brought her heavy book down on Cilbert#39;s head.“讨厌鬼!我恨你!”她一边叫,一边用重重的课本打了他脑袋一下。Mr Phillips heard the noise, and came slowly to the front of the schoolroom.菲利普斯先生听到了这边的动静,缓缓地从教室后面走了过来。 /201205/182664

PART FOUR - LIFE AT MOOR HOUSECHAPTER TWENTY-THREEMy Past ReturnsSt. John and I spent many hours together, studying. [-----1-----]. When I was with him I felt that I was losing the freedom to be myself, Jane Eyre, and do the things I liked. St. John always wanted me to be serious. Soon, I never laughed or even smiled. However, St. John seemed to want to be with me all the time, and I discovered that it was not unpleasant.All this time, I had not forgotten Mr. Rochester. I knew [-----2-----]. I had written letters to Mr. Briggs and Mr. Fairfax, asking about him, but there was no answer. Soon I lost hope and began to feel unhappy again. Diana said she thought I looked tired, and should go to the ocean for a rest. But St. John thought I should study even more. He gave me more of the Hindustani language to practice. One day St. John and I had stopped our studying and were walking outside. He said to me,"Jane, I'll be leaving for India in six weeks.""You're serving God, so I'm sure He will protect you," I said."But it seems strange to me that my friends won't come with me. Only those who serve God will go to heaven. What do you say to that, Jane?""I don't know what to say, St. John. I think--" I said."Then [-----3-----]!" he interrupted. "Jane, come with me to India and teach the word of God!" 填空 :1、I had to work very hard to satisfy him我必须非常刻苦才能使他满意。2、I would love him for the rest of my life我知道我会以我的余生来爱他。3、I must speak for you我就必须替你说话了。 隐藏Vocabulary FocusI'll be leaving for India:我要去印度。leave...for...表示离开……去…… Article/200906/75708

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