1.Boys your age just can"t handle a big car!" Pete"s heart sank.He could tell his father meant2 what he said. He had to keep trying, though. "But, Dad," he began3, "I keep trying to tell you. You don"t have to teach me.I know how to drive,just give me a chance to show you……"
  "Never mind," his father broke in, his voice was sharp. "I don"t want to hear any more. You can"t drive. You"re not going to get a license.That"s all there is to it!" then in a softer voice, "Try to understand, son. It"s for your own good.We don"t want anything to happen to you. You"ll have plenty of time to drive when you are older."
  Pete slid down in the seat and looked out the window. He was too big to cry ,but just the same his eyes did smart4 a little. He was thinking about the summer. He knew it was no use to try to tell his dad about the hours and hours he had spent driving his cousin Joe"s old car during the long vacation5. He had even driven on the highway many times. Some of the older boys around home had let him drive, too. Everyone said he was a good driver. Everyone except his own father. And his father wouldn"t even listen.
  By this time they were in the busy part of the town. Mr. Cooper drove carefully through the heavy traffic. When they got to the bank there was a solid line of cars at the curb6. There was no place to park. Mr. Cooper was in hurry.He double-parked7 and left the motor running. "I"ll only be a minute," he said as he got out. "You sit in the car, and if anyone says anything, tell him I"ll be right back." Pete slid over to the driver"s side. With his hands on the wheels, he pretended to be driving.
   The sudden roar of a motor brought him back to earth9. A powerful red sedan shot past so fast and close it made Pete duck a little.At the same moment the door on the other side was jerked10 open. A big policeman jumped into the seat beside Pete and shouted. "follow that car!"
   The red sedan was halfway down the block and gaining speed. There was no time for questions.Pete didn"t have time to think. With a quick look behind he slammed the car into gear11 and shoved12 the gas pedal to the floor. As he spun the wheel, the car shot through the line of traffic into the center lane.
   Pete"s eyes saw everything at once. the racing red sedan ahead—other traffic both ways—the stop lights13. Other cars were getting out of the way of the reckless14 driver ahead. This was a break for Pete. It was like a football player clearing the way for the man carrying the ball.
  At the next light the red sedan squeezed15 through on a yellow signal.The light flashed red for Pete.A tired old car poked its nose out of the side street.It rolled slowly to the middle of the crossroad.When the driver saw Pete coming,he froze.The old car stopped directly in his path.It looked like a sure crash.Pete kicked the brake and twisted the wheel as hard as he dared.Tires screamed as Pete"s car skidded16 around the old crate17.For a second Pete thought they were going over.The inside wheels almost lifted off the road.As he gave it the gas the wheels took hold and the car straightened up.
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物理说课稿:王志方:我国科技参加规模居世界第二位

2019年11月12日 05:07

我独自走在寂静的小路上,身影在一排排屋檐下小心闪过。突然,我脑中闪过一个念头:先去附近的书店逛逛吧,顺便躲躲雨。于是,我加快了脚步。


  "No, son, for the last time! I"m not going to teach you to drive."Pete Cooper and his father were driving to the city. Pete"s father was talking. "And I won"t let you get a driver"s license1.Boys your age just can"t handle a big car!" Pete"s heart sank.He could tell his father meant2 what he said. He had to keep trying, though. "But, Dad," he began3, "I keep trying to tell you. You don"t have to teach me.I know how to drive,just give me a chance to show you……"
  "Never mind," his father broke in, his voice was sharp. "I don"t want to hear any more. You can"t drive. You"re not going to get a license.That"s all there is to it!" then in a softer voice, "Try to understand, son. It"s for your own good.We don"t want anything to happen to you. You"ll have plenty of time to drive when you are older."
  Pete slid down in the seat and looked out the window. He was too big to cry ,but just the same his eyes did smart4 a little. He was thinking about the summer. He knew it was no use to try to tell his dad about the hours and hours he had spent driving his cousin Joe"s old car during the long vacation5. He had even driven on the highway many times. Some of the older boys around home had let him drive, too. Everyone said he was a good driver. Everyone except his own father. And his father wouldn"t even listen.
  By this time they were in the busy part of the town. Mr. Cooper drove carefully through the heavy traffic. When they got to the bank there was a solid line of cars at the curb6. There was no place to park. Mr. Cooper was in hurry.He double-parked7 and left the motor running. "I"ll only be a minute," he said as he got out. "You sit in the car, and if anyone says anything, tell him I"ll be right back." Pete slid over to the driver"s side. With his hands on the wheels, he pretended to be driving.
   The sudden roar of a motor brought him back to earth9. A powerful red sedan shot past so fast and close it made Pete duck a little.At the same moment the door on the other side was jerked10 open. A big policeman jumped into the seat beside Pete and shouted. "follow that car!"
   The red sedan was halfway down the block and gaining speed. There was no time for questions.Pete didn"t have time to think. With a quick look behind he slammed the car into gear11 and shoved12 the gas pedal to the floor. As he spun the wheel, the car shot through the line of traffic into the center lane.
   Pete"s eyes saw everything at once. the racing red sedan ahead—other traffic both ways—the stop lights13. Other cars were getting out of the way of the reckless14 driver ahead. This was a break for Pete. It was like a football player clearing the way for the man carrying the ball.
  At the next light the red sedan squeezed15 through on a yellow signal.The light flashed red for Pete.A tired old car poked its nose out of the side street.It rolled slowly to the middle of the crossroad.When the driver saw Pete coming,he froze.The old car stopped directly in his path.It looked like a sure crash.Pete kicked the brake and twisted the wheel as hard as he dared.Tires screamed as Pete"s car skidded16 around the old crate17.For a second Pete thought they were going over.The inside wheels almost lifted off the road.As he gave it the gas the wheels took hold and the car straightened up.
物理说课稿
  I believe that every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation;every posses- sion, a duty.
  I believe that the law was made of for man and not man for the law; that government is the servant of the people and not their master.
  I believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand; as the world owes no man a living but that it owes every man an opportunity to make a living.
  
  我相信每项权利都意味着一份责任,每个机会都意味着一份职责,每份拥有都意味着一项义务。
  我相信法律是为人制定,人不是因法律才存在;我相信政府是人民的公仆,而不是他们的主人。
  我信奉劳动是光荣的,无论是体力劳动还是脑力劳动;因为世界不会让任何人不劳而获,但会给每个人生存的机会。


  I believe that every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation;every posses- sion, a duty.
  I believe that the law was made of for man and not man for the law; that government is the servant of the people and not their master.  I believe in the dignity of labor, whether with head or hand; as the world owes no man a living but that it owes every man an opportunity to make a living.
  
  我相信每项权利都意味着一份责任,每个机会都意味着一份职责,每份拥有都意味着一项义务。
  我相信法律是为人制定,人不是因法律才存在;我相信政府是人民的公仆,而不是他们的主人。
  我信奉劳动是光荣的,无论是体力劳动还是脑力劳动;因为世界不会让任何人不劳而获,但会给每个人生存的机会。
物理说课稿
  Nature gave birth to our civilization. We come from nature and grow with her nourishment, yet we often like to see ourselves as her masters. We have attempted to conquer her and make her our slave. As a result, nature cramps in pain, losing her fresh air, clean water and rich soil. Now that we are being punished for our abuse of her, we know that we should no longer continue with such abuse and should no longer build our wealth upon her gifts. Rather, we must look after our Mother Nature just as she has looked after us.
  Ancient Chinese philosophers repeatedly emphasized harmony with nature as supreme virtues. Some advocated the doctrine of the mean to help people avoid disharmony. Others advocated uncompetitiveness in the earthly world. These sparks of wisdom, unfortunately, have been buried in history for two thousand years. Now it is the time to put these words to action.
  
  大自然造就了我们的文明。我们来自大自然,靠她的营养成长,然而却常常喜欢将我们自己看做她的主人。我们曾经试图征服她,让她成为我们的奴隶。结果,大自然痛苦地痉挛,失去了她新鲜的空气、干净的水和肥沃的土壤。我们滥用大自然,现在正在接受惩罚。我们懂得我们不应该再继续滥用大自然,不应再将我们的财富建筑在她的赐予上。相反地,我们应该照看好我们的大自然母亲,就像她照看我们一样。
  中国古代哲学家一再强调天人合一乃是最高的美德。一些人倡导中庸之道以便帮助人们避免分岐;另一些则倡导与世无争。不幸的是,这些闪耀着智慧的思想火花在历史上湮没了两千年。现在到了该将这些言论付诸行动的时候了。

物理说课稿:怎么查生男生女妊娠线却以判佩生男生女

您在天堂还好吗?</p>物理说课稿

天阴沉沉,犹如此刻的心情,烦躁懊恼。回家的路上,我耷拉着脑袋,与平时的搞笑爱玩形成鲜明对比。


  There were four men in a small open boat. They could see little of the sky. The waves rose so high that they could see nothing but water. The great waves rushed at boat with such violence that the men thought each wave would be the last one -- the lifeboat would sink and they would drown.
   For two days the four men struggled to reach land but all they saw were the great waves which tried to destroy them. The four men were the only ones who had escaped when their big ship sank. Now they sat in the small open boat. Each one asked himself whether he would be saved. The ship"s cook sat in the bottom of the boat. He used his hands as cups and threw out the sea water. The boat had only two wooden oars which were so thin that it seemed the waves would break them. A sailor named Billy, one of the four men in the boat, used one of these oars to keep the boat going in the right way. A third man, a newspaper writer, used the other oar to make the boat move. And the fourth man in the boat was the captain of the ship that had sunk. His arm and leg were hurt and he lay in the front of the boat. His face was very sad. He had lost his ship and most of his sailors. But he looked carefully ahead and he told Billy when to turn the boat. "Keep her1 a little more south, Billy!" he said.
   The boat was in the Atlantic Ocean2 off the southeastern coast of the United States, near Florida3. If they could only see land, there was hope, hope that others would see them and help them. The boat went up and down the waves. The cook said they were lucky because the wind was blowing towards the shore. If it blew the other way, they would never reach land. The writer agreed, but the captain did not. He asked, "Do you really think that we"ll be saved?" The other three men stopped talking. They all knew that the danger was great but they did not want to say so.
  Now the captain understood that he should not have spoken as he did. "Oh, I am sure we"ll reach land," he said. And so the four men continued to take their little boat through the rough sea. The sailor and the writer r4owed with the thin wooden oars. Sometimes they sat together, each using an oar. Sometimes one would row while the other rested. But the boat didn"t seem to move at all. Now the men saw small pieces of seaweed4 which meant that the boat was not far from land.
   Many hours passed, then as the boat was carried to the top of a great wave, the captain looked across the water, "A lighthouse!" The men were excited. Like children they asked the captain if he thought they would reach the lighthouse. He said that they would if the wind continued and if they took all the water out of the boat.
   Now, now there was hope. The men worked well together, all looking at the captain as their leader. He was a good leader. He gave them his coat to make a sail and the boat moved much more quickly.
  The lighthouse looked larger. Slowly the land seemed to rise from the sea. And soon the men could see two lines, one black and one white. They knew that the black line was made by trees and the white line by sand.
物理说课稿

以往,我的每一次生日,你都不曾迟到。可那一次,你迟到了,但我并不怪你。那天,我很早便放学回来,但家中却没有你的影子,我焦急地等待着。五点,六点,七点,八点,当天上的彩霞早已换成一颗颗闪烁着的星星时,你才按响门铃,捧着生日蛋糕在门口欢呼,祝我生日快乐。只记得那时我太过兴奋,忘了抱怨,只是一手抢过蛋糕放在桌上,准备好好享用这美味。后来,我才从母亲口中得知,原先预订的蛋糕商不知道是什么原因,把蛋糕延期到下周才送到。可你认为我的生日一定不能少了生日蛋糕这个重要的东西,于是便在下班后四处奔波,寻找蛋糕店,直到七点才找着一家有存货的蛋糕店。然后,你小心翼翼地拎着蛋糕奔波归来。真相大白时,我心中像是受到了极大的冲击似的,扑通扑通直跳。原来你这么在乎我,为了我的一个生日蛋糕马不停蹄地在满大街寻找!眼泪簌簌落下,感动不言而喻。

物理说课稿:就落舍、六善之后不到来此雕刻6家顶级新酒店将惊艳成邑


  During millions of years of evolution2, ants have developed intriguing3 relationships with many different kinds of plants.Most of these associations4 are loose ones -- the ants find dwelling5 places on the plants,while bringing neither harm nor benefit to them. Often the ants live in hollow dead stems or small pockets of soil that accumulate6 on branches. Thus ants inhabit trees over our heads and herbs at our feet,carving out living chambers7 and foraging8 for food. As many as 72 different species of ants have been found living on one tree in Peru"s Amazon Basin alone.
  However, in some relationships between ants and plants both sides give and get. The plants in such mutualistic partnerships are called ant-plants. Many of them are beautiful examples of coevolution, having adapted9 together with their ant partners to thrive in nutrient-poor areas.
  In ant-plant relationships ants provide nutrients,protection, and housekeeping to plants. Plants provide food and shelter10 to ants.Some ants in these types of relationships serve their hosts as devoted sentinels11,repelling12 or killing unwelcome intruders13 such as beetles and caterpillars14. Others fertilize their hosts with waste from the food they drag home to eat. In return, many plants have evolved special structures to house and feed ant colonies, including leaves with hollow cavities15 and seeds with edible coatings or attachments. Frequently plants and ants become so dependent on one another that they cannot live apart.
  
  
   注释:
  1.profitable adj.有益的,有用的
  2.evolution n.[生]进化,进化论
  3.intriguing adj.引起好奇心(或兴趣的),有迷惑力的
  4.association n.友谊,伙伴关系
  5.dwelling n.住处,住宅,寓所
  6.accumulatevt.堆积,积聚
  7.chambern.室,寝室
  8.forage vi.搜寻
  9.adapt vi.适应
  10.shelter n.[美]动物的栖息处11.sentineln. 步哨,哨兵
  12.reple vt.击退,逐回,驱除13.intrudern.侵入者,闯入者
  14.caterpillarn.[昆]毛虫 (鳞翅目昆虫如蝶、蛾等的幼虫)
  15.cavityn.洞,穴,凹处
  
  经过几百万年的进化,蚂蚁与多种不同植物形成了十分有趣的关系。其中大多数关系并不紧密:蚂蚁在植物上寻找居所,而并不给植物带来利和害。蚂蚁经常栖于中空的植物枯茎或枝干上堆积的小土坑中。因此,我们头顶的树木和脚下的草丛中都住着蚂蚁,它们在那儿建造居室或搜寻食物。仅在秘鲁的亚马逊流域,一棵树上住的蚁类就达72种之多。
  但是,蚂蚁与植物之间有些关系则是双方互利的。这种互利共生关系中的植物称为“蚁居植物”大多数这种植物都是共同进化的完美样本,它们与其蚂蚁伙伴共同适应了养分匮乏的地区以求生存。
  在蚂蚁与植物的共生关系中,蚂蚁负责为植物提供养分、保卫及清洁工作;植物则为蚂蚁提供食物和居所。这种共生关系中的有些蚁类还为其宿主担任忠实的哨兵,驱赶或杀死诸如甲虫和毛虫等这些不速之客。其他蚁类把拖回去的食物吃完后排出的粪便可给宿主提供养分。作为对蚁类的回报,许多植物都进化出独特的结构,如有空穴的叶片和外皮或其他部分可食的种子供蚂蚁居民住和吃。蚂蚁和植物时常会因彼此太过依赖而无法各自生存。
物理说课稿

都说冬天生的孩子难养活,诚然,在我的映像中医院是我的第二个家,从会吃饭开始就会吃药。记得,儿郎时,你总一脸愁容的望着我,蹙额叹气。“你怎的就不长了,这般瘦弱,该怎的是好?”幸然,在你全身心的培养下,我健康的茁壮的开心的长大了。这想必也略为欣慰吧!

物理说课稿:华泰战微:北边向喜酷爱“叁父亲要斋”公募钟情“叁父亲催募化剂”


  May17th, 2002. Friday,rainy
  There are only forty days before the college entrance examination,and now I have finally realized how fast time flies. I regret that I have wasted a lot of precious time before. Anyway, forty days are not a short period of time. If I make good use of the twenty days, I"m sure I can make great progress.
   I have already made some achievements. My English and Chinese have been greatlyimproved.Butmathisstill a headache to me. Because I" ve spent most of the time on English and Chinese, my math is getting worse and worse, which worries me most.So,I have made my mind that I must spend more time on math. At the same time, I will go on paying attention to other subjects and make them grow continuously.
  If I don" t study hard now, when should I study hard? I have been studying for more than ten years, and isn"t all of that just for the exciting moment——the college entrance examination? Now, the destination is nearer and nearer.If I study harder, I will be able to catch up with oth-ers. In order to succeed, I must treat my self more strictly and severely. This is the most important period of time for me, so I can"t give up at any moment. I must insist on studying harder and harder, until the last moment.
   Studying is a tough work, actually. But, if you put your heart in it, you will realize how sweet it is.I believe that the one who laughs in the end is the real winner.
  
  2002年5月17日 星期五 雨
  在距离高考还有40多天的时候,自己心里突然涌出一种异样的感觉,觉得时间过得太快,为自己没能抓紧过去的时间而后悔。不过,还有40天时间,如果好好利用一下,对学习进一步提高还是会有很大帮助的。
  过去的努力,我还是取得了一些成绩的,例如我的英语、语文正在大幅度提高,距离自己设定的目标已经很接近了。但同时另一个比较痛苦的副产品是,数学本来是达到目标的,但由于我的精力过多地用在英语、语文上,使得数学成绩明显出现了滑坡。这真让我痛心,让我着急,因此我决定在后20天的时间里,要将数学补上来,而其他各科也要稳扎稳打,继续提高。
  现在不努力,何时努力,十几年的学习,不就是为了高考吗?现在,目标越来越近了,我更要快马加鞭,迎头赶上。自己已经按计划进行得差不多了,只需稍改计划,再加努力,就会达到成功彼岸。为了到达这成功的彼岸,我要继续加强自我监督,在这最后关头里,不要轻言放弃,而是要咬紧牙关坚持到最后。
  末了,送一句小诗给自己,作为自勉“十年寒窗无须问,一股暗香扑鼻来”我相信:谁笑到最后,谁就笑得最好!

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