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书名:晨读夜诵·英语名篇诵读精华大全集(英汉对照)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载

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作者:徐广联,张扬,徐文哲等编

出版社:华东理工大学出版社

出版时间:2015-08-01

书籍编号:30202811

ISBN:9787562841548

正文语种:中英对照

字数:49736

版次:1

所属分类:外语学习-英语读物

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晨读夜诵·英语名篇诵读精华大全集(英汉对照)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载

晨读夜诵·英语名篇诵读精华大全集(英汉对照)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载

前言


英语是一种优美、富有诗意、富有乐感的语言,它承载着人类的知识和文化财富,也有着广泛的实用价值,在当今人们的生活、工作和交际中,发挥着积极而重要的作用。


要想学好英语,学到地道的英语,诵读是不可或缺的有效方法,可以说是一条捷径。诵读时,脑、眼、耳、口协调并用,吟诵既久,文章的气韵内涵、精言妙语便内化于心,慢慢沉淀,最终成为自己的东西,存储在自己的知识宝库中。


本书共有180篇精美的短文、诗歌,是精中求精,反复筛选,最终确定的,篇篇皆为精华。这些短文、诗歌文风各异,或热烈奔放,或含蓄隽永,或古雅雄辩,或清新流畅;语言地道规范,闪耀着大师们的仁德智慧,体现了大师们高超的语言技巧。


诵读本书,能帮助你提高英语语言的领悟力和鉴赏能力,掌握丰富多彩的表达方式,提高英语写作水平。同时,它还是陶冶情操、丰富内涵的好读本,能提升你的文化品位,使你在不知不觉中感受自然、体味人生、开阔视野、净化心灵,帮你找到人生的坐标,助你走向成功与辉煌。


参加本书编写工作的还有:徐文哲、杨永、徐文东、徐广伟、李乐宣、徐广宇、徐博涵等,在此一并表示感谢。


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晨读夜诵·英语名篇诵读精华大全集(英汉对照)pdf/doc/txt格式电子书下载


The heights by great men reached and kept,


Were not attained by sudden flight,


But they,while their companions slept,


Were toiling upward in the night.

  • weariness [ˈwɪərɪnəs]n.疲劳,厌烦
  • oriental [ˌɔːrɪˈentl]adj.东方的
  • fatigue [fəˈtiːg]n.劳累
  • inconvenience [ˌɪnkənˈvɪnjəns]n.不便
  • Macaulay [məˈkɔːlɪ] 麦克雷(1800—1859,英国历史学家、政治家、作家)
  • sublime [səbˈlaɪm]adj.壮丽的,卓越的
  • enchanting [ɪnˈtʃɑːntɪŋ]adj.迷人的
  • roam [rəʊm]v.漫游,遨游
  • soar [sɔː]v.升腾,高飞
  • Spenser [ˈspensə] 斯宾塞(1552—1599,英国著名诗人,代表作有《仙后》等)
  • Milton [ˈmɪltən] 弥尔顿(1608—1674,英国著名诗人,代表作有《失乐园》等)
  • peal [piːl]v.鸣响,大声发出
  • garner [ˈgɑːnə]v.收集,积累
  • diverge [daɪˈvɜːdʒ]v.分岔,岔开
  • bend [bend](bent,bent)v.弯曲
  • want [wɒnt]v.缺乏,不足
  • wear [weə]n.磨损,用坏
  • tread [tred](trod,trodden)v.踩,踏
  • hence [hens]adv.从此以后
  • harmony [ˈhɑːmənɪ]n.和谐
  • commodity [kəˈmɒdətɪ]n.商品
  • package [ˈpækɪdʒ]v.将……包装起来n.包,包裹
  • undesirable [ˌʌndɪˈzaɪərəbl]adj.不合意的,不受欢迎的
  • exaggeration [ɪgˌzædʒəˈreɪʃn]n.夸张,夸大
  • embellishment [ɪmˈbelɪʃmənt]n.装饰
  • self-defeating [ˌselfdɪˈfiːtɪŋ]adj.适得其反的,弄巧成拙的
  • overflow [ˌəʊvəˈfləʊ]v.充满,溢出
  • constant [ˈkɒnstənt]adj.始终如一的
  • concern [kənˈsɜːn]v.使挂念,使关心
  • unique [juːˈniːk]adj.独特的,极好的,特别的
  • hardship [ˈhɑːdʃɪp]n.艰难
  • partake [pɑːˈteɪk]v.吃,喝,分享
  • incurious [ɪnˈkjʊərɪəs]adj.没有好奇心的,不感兴趣的
  • centrality [senˈtrælətɪ]n.中心(地位),核心(地位)
  • indulge [ɪnˈdʌldʒ]v.放纵,沉溺于
  • expel [ɪkˈspel]v.驱赶,驱逐
  • exile [ˈeksaɪl]n.流放者
  • maudlin [mɔːdlɪn]adj.(言谈、举止)伤感的,可笑的
  • sentimental [ˌsentɪˈmentl]adj.多愁善感的
  • fragile [ˈfrædʒaɪl]adj.易碎的
  • reassuring [ˌriːəˈʃʊərɪŋ]adj.使安心的,宽心的
  • cosmic [ˈkɒzmɪk]adj.宇宙的,重大的
  • to all intents and purposes 几乎在一切方面,实际上
  • mask [mɑːsk]n.面具,假面具
  • associate [əˈsəʊʃɪeɪt]n.同事,伙伴,同志
  • gigantic [dʒaɪˈgæntɪk]adj.巨大的
  • spur [spɜː]v.激励,鞭策
  • humiliation [hjuːˌmɪlɪˈeɪʃn]n.屈辱,羞辱
  • demotion [diːˈməʊʃn]n.降级,降职
  • slip of the tongue 口误
  • melt away 消融,消散
  • cast...aside 将……抛到一边
  • emptiness [ˈemptɪnəs]n.空虚
  • tear away 撕碎
  • hey [heɪ]interj.嗨,嘿
  • kingdom [ˈkɪŋdəm]n.(动、植物)界
  • individuality [ˈɪndɪˌvɪdʒʊˈælətɪ]n.个性,个性特征,个体
  • mold [məʊld]v.塑造
  • inescapable [ˌɪnɪˈskeɪpəbl]adj.不可避免的,逃避不了的
  • companionship [kəmˈpænɪənʃɪp]n.交往,友谊,伙伴关系
  • company [ˈkʌmpənɪ]n.同伴,伙伴
  • adversity [ədˈvɜːsətɪ]n.逆境,苦难
  • console [kənˈsəʊl]v.安慰
  • affinity [əˈfɪnətɪ]n.亲密关系,情投意合
  • enshrine [ɪnˈʃraɪn]n.铭记,珍藏
  • purify [ˈpjʊərɪfaɪ]v.使纯净,净化
  • germ [dʒɜːm]n.(思想等的)萌芽,起源
  • immortality [ɪmɔːˈtælətɪ]n.不朽
  • account [əˈkaʊnt]n.重要性
  • in a measure 一点,有点
  • embalm [ɪmˈbɑːm]v.使不被忘记
  • intellect [ˈɪntəlekt]n.有才智的人,才智
    The Delights of Reading
    读书之乐
    Sir John Lubbock(约翰·卢伯克爵士)
    Books are to mankind what memory is to the individual.They contain the history of our race,the discoveries we have made,the accumulated knowledge and experience of ages;they picture for us the marvels and beauties of nature,help us in our difficulties,comfort us in sorrow and in suffering,change hours of weariness into moments of delight,store our minds with ideas,fill them with good and happy thoughts,and lift us out of and above ourselves.
    There is an oriental story of two men:one was a king,who every night dreamt he was a beggar;the other was a beggar,who every night dreamt he was a prince and lived in a palace.I am not sure that the king had very much the best of it.Imagination is sometimes more vivid than reality.But,however this may be,when we read we may not only(if we wish it)be kings and live in palaces,but,what is far better,we may transport ourselves to the mountains or the seashore,and visit the most beautiful parts of the earth,without fatigue,inconvenience,or expense.
    Macaulay had wealth and fame,rank and power,and yet he tells us in his biography that he owed the happiest hours of his life to books.In a charming letter to a little girl,he says,“Thank you for your very pretty letter.I am always glad to make my little girl happy,and nothing pleases me so much as to see that she likes books,for when she is as old as I am,she will find that they are better than all the tarts and cakes,toys and plays,and sights in the world.If any one would make me the greatest king that ever lived,with palaces and gardens and fine dinners,and wines and coaches,and beautiful clothes,and hundreds of servants,on condition that I should not read books,I would not be a king.I would rather be a poor man in a garret with plenty of books than a king who did not love reading.”
    Precious and priceless are the blessings which the books scatter around our daily paths.We walk,in imagination,with the noblest spirits,through the most sublime and enchanting regions.
    Without stirring from our firesides we may roam to the most remote regions of the earth,or soar into realms where Spenser\'s shapes of unearthly beauty flock to meet us,where Milton\'s angels peal in our ears the choral hymns of paradise.Science,art,literature,philosophy — all that man has thought,all that man has do
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