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Very cool!
Shyanne517 发表于 2005-7-5 15:59:43

I'm so delighted that nobody can describe it ,for after tomorrow's exam I will go home.How cool it is! By the way,my hometown is Pingyao,shanxi------a very beautiful ancient city.Welcome to visite it!


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与电影相关词汇 
Shyanne517 发表于 2005-6-29 17:34:32

  与电影相关词汇

film, motion picture 影片,电影 (美作:movie)

newsreel 新闻片,纪录片

documentary (film) 记录片,文献片

filmdom 电影界

literary film 文艺片

musicals 音乐片

comedy 喜剧片

tragedy 悲剧片

dracula movie 恐怖片

sowordsmen film 武侠片

detective film 侦探片

ethical film 伦理片

affectional film 爱情片

erotic film 黄色片

western movies 西部片

film d'avant-garde 前卫片

serial 系列片

trailer 预告片

cartoon (film) 卡通片,动画片

footage 影片长度

full-length film, feature film 长片

short(film) 短片

colour film 彩色片 (美作:color film)

silent film 默片,无声片

dubbed film 配音复制的影片,译制片

silent cinema, silent films 无声电影

sound motion picture, talkie 有声电影

cinemascope, CinemaScope 西涅玛斯科普型立体声宽银幕电影,变形镜头式宽银幕电影

cinerama, Cinerama 西涅拉玛型立体声宽银幕电影,全景电影

title 片名

original version 原著

dialogue 对白

subtitles, subtitling 字幕

credits, credit titles 对原作者及其他有贡献者的谢启和姓名

telefilm 电视片

livestock 牲畜

 


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你肩膀上有蜻蜓吗?
Shyanne517 发表于 2005-6-26 14:55:44
 你肩膀蜻蜓 

                       

   在一个非常宁静而美丽的小城,有一对非常恩爱的恋人,他们每天都去海边看日出,晚上去海边送夕阳,每个见过他们的人都向他们投来羡慕的目光。

   可是有一天,在一场车祸中,女孩不幸受了重伤,她静静地躺在医院的病床上,几天几夜都没有醒过来。白天,男孩就守在床前不停地呼唤毫无知觉的恋人;晚上,他就跑到小城的教堂里向上帝祷告,他已经哭干了眼泪。

   一个月过去了,女孩仍然昏睡着,而男孩早已憔悴不堪了,但他仍苦苦地支撑着。终于有一天,上帝被这个痴情的男孩感动了。于是他决定给这个执着的男孩一个例外。上帝问他:“你愿意用自己的生命作为交换吗?”男孩毫不犹豫地回答:“我愿意!”上帝说:“那好吧,我可以让你的恋人很快醒过来,但你要答应化作三年的蜻蜓,你愿意吗?”男孩听了,还是坚定地回答道:“我愿意!”

   天亮了,男孩已经变成了一只漂亮的蜻蜓,他告别了上帝便匆匆地飞到了医院。女孩真的醒了,而且她还在跟身旁的一位医生交谈着什么,可惜他听不到。

   几天后,女孩便康复出院了,但是她并不快乐。她四处打听着男孩的下落,但没有人知道男孩究竟去了哪里。女孩整天不停地寻找着,然而早已化身成蜻蜓的男孩却无时无刻不围绕在她身边,只是他不会呼喊,不会拥抱,他只能默默地承受着她的视而不见。夏天过去了,秋天的凉风吹落了树叶,蜻蜓不得不离开这里。于是他最后一次飞落在女孩的肩上。他想用自己的翅膀抚摸她的脸,用细小的嘴来亲吻她的额头,然而他弱小的身体还是不足以被她发现。

   转眼间,春天来了,蜻蜓迫不及待地飞回来寻找自己的恋人。然而,她那熟悉的身影旁站着一个高大而英俊的男人,那一刹那,蜻蜓几乎快从半空中坠落下来。人们讲起车祸后女孩病得多么的严重,描述着那名男医生有多么的善良、可爱,还描述着他们的爱情有多么的理所当然,当然也描述了女孩已经快乐如从前。

   蜻蜓伤心极了,在接下来的几天中,他常常会看到那个男人带着自己的恋人在海边看日出,晚上又在海边看日落,而他自己除了偶尔能停落在她的肩上以外,什么也做不了。

   这一年的夏天特别长,蜻蜓每天痛苦地低飞着,他已经没有勇气接近自己昔日的恋人。她和那男人之间的喃喃细语,他和她快乐的笑声,都令他窒息。

   第三年的夏天,蜻蜓已不再常常去看望自己的恋人了。她的肩被男医生轻拥着,脸被男医生轻轻地吻着,根本没有时间去留意一只伤心的蜻蜓,更没有心情去怀念过去。

   上帝约定的三年期限很快就要到了。就在最后一天,蜻蜓昔日的恋人跟那个男医生举行了婚礼。

   蜻蜓悄悄地飞进教堂,落在上帝的肩膀上,他听到下面的恋人对上帝发誓说:我愿意!他看着那个男医生把戒指戴到昔日恋人的手上,然后看着他们甜蜜地亲吻着。蜻蜓流下了伤心的泪水。

   上帝叹息着:“你后悔了吗?”蜻蜓擦干了眼泪:“没有!”上帝又带着一丝愉悦说:“那么,明天你就可以变回你自己了。”蜻蜓摇了摇头:“就让我做一辈子蜻蜓吧……”

   有些缘分是注定要失去的,有些缘分是永远不会有好结果的。爱一个人不一定要拥有,但拥有一个人就一定要好好去爱他。你的肩上有蜻蜓吗?

   如果你收到了这封信,是因为有人在默默的祝福你,因为你也爱你身边的一些人。

  


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On the Teacher(师说)
Shyanne517 发表于 2005-6-21 12:21:12

In ancient times those who wanted to learn would seek out a teacher, one who could propagate the doctrine1, impart professional knowledge, and resolve doubts. Since no one is born omniscient, who can claim to have no doubts? If one has doubts and is not willing to learn from a teacher, his doubts will never be resolved. Anyone who was born before me and learned the doctrine before me is my teacher. Anyone who was born after me and learned the doctrine before me is also my teacher. Since what I desire to learn is the doctrine, why should I care whether he was born before or after me? Therefore, it does not matter whether a person is high or low in position, young or old in age. Where there is the doctrine, there is my teacher.

Alas! The tradition of learning from the teacher has long been neglected. Thus it is difficult to find a person without any doubts at all. Ancient sages, who far surpassed us, even learned from their teachers. People today, who are far inferior to them, regard learning from the teacher as a disgrace. Thus, wise men become more wise and unlearned men become more foolish. This explains what makes a wise man and what makes a foolish man.

It is absurd that a person would choose a teacher for his son out of his love for him, and yet refuse to learn from the teacher himself, thinking it a disgrace to do so. The teacher of his son teaches the child only reading and punctuation, which is not propagating the doctrine or resolving doubts as the aforementioned. I don't think it wise to learn from the teacher when one doesn't know how to punctuate, but not when one has doubts unresolved, for that I find to be the folly of learning in small matters, but neglecting the big ones. Even medicine men, musicians and handicraftsmen do not think it disgraceful to learn from each other. When one of the literati calls another man his "teacher"and himself his "student" people will get together and invariably laugh at him. If you ask them why they are laughing, they will say that since he is almost of the same age and as erudite as another man, it would be degrading for him to call the other man "teacher" if the other man's social rank is lower than his; and it would be flattering if the other man's social rank is higher. Alas! It is clear that the tradition of learning from the teacher can no longer be restored. Medicine men, musicians and handicraftsmen are despised by the gentlemen. How strange it is that gentlemen are less wise than these people!

The ancient sages did not limit themselves to particular teachers. Confucius had learned from people like Tanzi2, Changhong3, Shixiang4, and Laodan5, who were not as virtuous and talented as Confucius. Confucius said "If three men are walking together, one of them is bound to be good enough to be my teacher."A student is not necessarily inferior to his teacher, nor does a teacher necessarily be more virtuous and talented than his student. The real fact is that one might have learned the doctrine earlier than the other, or might be a master in his own special field.

Pan, the son of Li's family, who is only seventeen years old, loves to study Chinese classics of the Qin and Han dynasties, and masters the six jing6 and their annotations. He does not follow conventions and is willing to learn from me. I appreciate his ability to act in accordance with the old tradition of learning. Therefore I dedicate this piece to him.


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