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新概念第二册42课课文 新概念二42课原文

新概念英语第二册41,42课原文

Lesson 41

Do you call that a hat?

你把那个叫帽子吗?

First listen and then answer the question.

听录音,然后回答以下问题。

What kind of shopping does the writer enjoy, do you think?

'Do you call that a hat?' I said to my wife.

'You needn't be so rude about it,' my wife answered as she looked at herself in the mirror.

I sat down on one of those modern chairs with holes in it and waited. We had been in the hat shop for half an hour and my wife was still in front of the mirror.

'We mustn't buy things we don't need,' I remarked suddenly. I regretted saying it almost at once.

'You needn't have said that,' my wife answered. 'I needn't remind you of that terrible tie you bought yesterday.'

'I find it beautiful,' I said. 'A man can never have too many ties.'

'And a woman can't have too many hats,' she answered.

Ten minutes later we walked out of the shop together. My wife was wearing a hat that looked like a lighthouse!

New words and expressions 生词和短语

rude adj. 无礼的

mirror n. 镜子

hole n. 孔

remark v. 评说

remind v. 提醒

lighthouse n. 灯塔

参考译文

“你把那个叫帽子吗?”我对妻子说。

“你说话没必要这样不客气,”我的妻子边回答边照着镜子。

我坐在一个新式的满是网眼儿的椅子上,等待着。我们在这家帽店已经呆了半个小时了,而我的妻子仍在镜子面前。

“我们不应该买我们不需要的东西,”我突然发表意见说,但马上又后悔说了这话。

“你没必要这么说,”我妻子回答说,“我也不必提醒你昨天买的那条糟糕透了的领带。”

“我觉得它好看,”我说,“男人有多少领带也不会嫌多。”

“女人有多少帽子也不嫌多。”她回答。

10分钟以后,我们一道走出了商店。我妻子戴着一顶像灯塔一样的帽子。

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Lesson 42

Not very musical

并非很懂音乐

First listen and then answer the question.

听录音,然后回答以下问题。

What happened when the snake charmer began to play jazz?

As we had had a long walk through one of the markets of old Delhi, we stopped at a square to have a rest. After a time, we noticed a snake charmer with two large baskets at the other side of the square, so we went to have a look at him. As soon as he saw us, he picked up a long pipe which was covered with coins and opened one of the baskets. When he began to play a tune, we had our first glimpse of the snake. It rose out of the basket and began to follow the movements of the pipe. We were very much surprised when the snake charmer suddenly began to play jazz and modern pop songs. The snake, however, continued to 'dance' slowly. It obviously could not tell the difference between Indian music and jazz!

New words and expressions 生词和短语

musical adj. 精通音乐的

market n. 市场,集市

snake charmer 玩蛇者(通常借音乐控制)

pipe n. (吹奏的)管乐器

tune n. 曲调

glimpse n. 一瞥

snake n. 蛇

movement n. 动作

continue v. 继续

dance v. 跳舞

obviously adv. 显然

difference n. 差别

Indian adj. 印度的

参考译文

当我们穿过旧德里的市场时走了很长一段路,我们在一个广场上停下来休息。过了一会儿,我们注意到广场的那一边有一个带着两个大筐的耍蛇人,于是就走过去看看。他一见我们,就拿起了一个长长的上面镶有硬币的管乐器,并掀开了一个筐的盖子。当他开始吹奏一支曲子时,我们才第一次看到那条蛇。它从筐里探出身子,随着乐器的摆动而扭动。当耍蛇人突然又吹奏起爵士乐和现代流行乐曲时,我们感到非常惊奇。然而那蛇却还是缓慢地“舞动”着。显然,它分辨不出印度音乐和爵士乐!

新概念第二册42课全文

Lesson42 Not very musical 并非很懂音乐

As we had had a long walk through one of the markets of Old Delhi, we stopped at a square to have a rest. After a time, we noticed a snake-charmer with two large baskets at the other side of the square, so we went to have a look at him. As soon as he saw us, he picked up a long pipe which was covered with coins and opened one of the baskets. When he began to play a tune, we had our first glimpse of the snake. It rose out of the basket and began to follow the movements of the pipe. We were very much surprised when the snake charmer suddenly began to play jazz tunes and modern pop songs. The snake, however, continued to 'dance' slowly. It obviously could not tell the difference between Indian music and jazz!

?当我们穿过旧德里的市场时走了很长一段路,我们在一个广场上停下来休息。过了一会儿,我们注意到广场的那一边有一个带着两个大筐的耍蛇人,于是就走过去看看。他一见我们,就拿起了一个长长的上面镶有硬币的管乐器,并掀开了一个筐的盖子。当他开始吹奏一支曲子时,我们才第一次看到那条蛇。它从筐里探出身子,随着乐器的摆动而扭动。当耍蛇人突然又吹奏起爵士乐和现代流行乐曲时,我们感到非常惊奇。然而那蛇却还是缓慢地“舞动”着。显然,它分辨不出印度音乐和爵士乐!

还会中文呢....

新概念英语第二册课文 40,41,42,43篇

Lesson40 Food and talk 进餐与交谈Last week at a dinner-party, the hostess asked me to sit next to Mrs Rumbold. Mrs Rumbold was a large, unsmiling lady in a tight black dress. She did not even look up when I took my seat beside her. Her eyes were fixed on her plate and in a short time, she was busy eating. I tried to make conversation. ' A new play is coming to" The Globe" soon,' I said. 'Will you be seeing it ?' ' No,' she answered. 'Will you be spending your holidays abroad this year ?' I asked. ' No,' she answered.' Will you be staying in England?' I asked. ' No,' she answered. In despair, I asked her whether she was enjoying her dinner.' Young man,' she answered,' if you ate more and talked less, we would both enjoy our dinner !' lesson41 Do you call that a hat? 你把那个叫帽子吗?'Do you call that a hat ?' I said to my wife. 'You needn't be so rude about it,' my wife answered as she looked at herself in the mirror. I sat down on one of those modern chairs with holes in it and waited. We had been in the hat shop for half an hour and my wife was still in front of the mirror.' We mustn't buy things we don't need,' I remarked suddenly. I regretted saying it almost at once.'You needn't have said that,' my wife answered.' I need not remind you of that terrible tie you bought yesterday.'' I find it beautiful,' I said. 'A man can never have too many ties.''And a woman can't have too many hats,' she answered.Ten minutes later we walked out of the shop together. My wife was wearing a hat that looked like a lighthouse ! Lesson42 Not very musical 并非很懂音乐As we had had a long walk through one of the markets of Old Delhi, we stopped at a square to have a rest. After a time, we noticed a snake-charmer with two large baskets at the other side of the square, so we went to have a look at him. As soon as he saw us, he picked up a long pipe which was covered with coins and opened one of the baskets. When he began to play a tune, we had our first glimpse of the snake. It rose out of the basket and began to follow the movements of the pipe. We were very much surprised when the snake charmer suddenly began to play jazz tunes and modern pop songs. The snake, however, continued to 'dance' slowly. It obviously could not tell the difference between Indian music and jazz! Lesson43 Over the South Pole 飞越南极In 1929, three years after his flight over the North Pole, the American explorer, R. E. Byrd, successfully flew over the South Pole for the first time. Though, at first, Byrd and his men were able to take a great many photographs of the mountains that lay below, they soon ran into serious trouble. At one point, it seemed certain that their plane would crash. It could only get over the mountains if it rose to 10,000 feet. Byrd at once ordered his men to throw out two heavy food sacks. The plane was then able to rise and it cleared the mountains by 400 feet. Byrd now knew that he would be able to reach the South Pole which was 300 miles away, for there were no more mountains in sight. The aircraft was able to fly over the endless white plains without difficulty.

急需41、42课新概念二册课文

40 Last week at a dinner-party, the hostess asked me to sit next to Mrs Rumbold.Mrs Rumbold was a large, unsmiling ladyin a tight black dress. She did not evenlook up when I took my seat beside her.Her eyes were fixed on her plate and in ashort time, she was busy eating. I tried tomake conversation.' A new play is coming to" The Globe"soon,' I said. 'Will you be seeing it ?'' No,' she answered.'Will you be spending your holidaysabroad this year ?' I asked.' No,' she answered.' Will you be staying in England?' Iasked.' No,' she answered.In despair, I asked her whether she was enjoying her dinner.' Young man,' she answered,' if you ate more and talked less, we would bothenjoy our dinner !'

'41Do you call that a hat ?' I said to mywife.'You needn't be so rude about it,' mywife answered as she looked at herself inthe mirror.I sat down on one of those modernchairs with holes in it and waited. We hadbeen in the hat shop for half an hour andmy wife was still in front of the mirror.' We mustn't buy things we don't need,'I remarked suddenly. I regretted sayingit almost at once.'You needn't have said that,' my wifeanswered.' I need not remind you of thatterrible tie you bought yesterday.'' I find it beautiful,' I said. 'A man cannever have too many ties.''And a woman can't have too many hats,' she answered.Ten minutes later we walked out of the shop together. My wife was wearinga hat that looked like a lighthouse !

新概念第二册 42课

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Not very musical

As we had had a long walk through one of the markets of Old Delhi, we stopped at a square to have a rest.

After a time, we noticed a snake-charmer with two large baskets at the other side of the square, so we went to have a look at him.

As soon as he saw us, he picked up a long pipe which was covered with coins and opened one of the baskets.

When he began to play a tune, we had our first glimpse of the snake.

It rose out of the basket and began to follow the movements of the pipe.

We were very much surprised when the snake charmer suddenly began to play jazz tunes and modern pop songs.

The snake, however, continued to 'dance' slowly.

It obviously could not tell the difference between Indian music and jazz!

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