2007年6月28日 星期四

學習英語的策略與方法→I have a dream

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-28 16:56:31
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這是書中提及的I have a dream原文,
從下面網址摘錄下來,
這個網址有聲音,可以聽到金恩博士撼人的演說。

http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm




I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation.
Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation. This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of their captivity.


But one hundred years later, the Negro still is not free. One hundred years later, the life of the Negro is still sadly crippled by the manacles of segregation and the chains of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island of poverty in the midst of a vast ocean of material prosperity. One hundred years later, the Negro is still languished in the corners of American society and finds himself an exile in his own land. And so we've come here today to dramatize a shameful condition.


In a sense we've come to our nation's capital to cash a check. When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the "unalienable Rights" of "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note, insofar as her citizens of color are concerned. Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked "insufficient funds."


But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. And so, we've come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice.


We have also come to this hallowed spot to remind America of the fierce urgency of Now. This is no time to engage in the luxury of cooling off or to take the tranquilizing drug of gradualism. Now is the time to make real the promises of democracy. Now is the time to rise from the dark and desolate valley of segregation to the sunlit path of racial justice. Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood. Now is the time to make justice a reality for all of God's children.


It would be fatal for the nation to overlook the urgency of the moment. This sweltering summer of the Negro's legitimate discontent will not pass until there is an invigorating autumn of freedom and equality. Nineteen sixty-three is not an end, but a beginning. And those who hope that the Negro needed to blow off steam and will now be content will have a rude awakening if the nation returns to business as usual. And there will be neither rest nor tranquility in America until the Negro is granted his citizenship rights. The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges.


But there is something that I must say to my people, who stand on the warm threshold which leads into the palace of justice: In the process of gaining our rightful place, we must not be guilty of wrongful deeds. Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred. We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline. We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence. Again and again, we must rise to the majestic heights of meeting physical force with soul force.


The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. And they have come to realize that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom.
We cannot walk alone.
And as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead.
We cannot turn back.


There are those who are asking the devotees of civil rights, "When will you be satisfied?" We can never be satisfied as long as the Negro is the victim of the unspeakable horrors of police brutality. We can never be satisfied as long as our bodies, heavy with the fatigue of travel, cannot gain lodging in the motels of the highways and the hotels of the cities. *We cannot be satisfied as long as the negro's basic mobility is from a smaller ghetto to a larger one. We can never be satisfied as long as our children are stripped of their self-hood and robbed of their dignity by a sign stating: "For Whites Only."* We cannot be satisfied as long as a Negro in Mississippi cannot vote and a Negro in New York believes he has nothing for which to vote. No, no, we are not satisfied, and we will not be satisfied until "justice rolls down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream."


I am not unmindful that some of you have come here out of great trials and tribulations. Some of you have come fresh from narrow jail cells. And some of you have come from areas where your quest -- quest for freedom left you battered by the storms of persecution and staggered by the winds of police brutality. You have been the veterans of creative suffering. Continue to work with the faith that unearned suffering is redemptive. Go back to Mississippi, go back to Alabama, go back to South Carolina, go back to Georgia, go back to Louisiana, go back to the slums and ghettos of our northern cities, knowing that somehow this situation can and will be changed.


Let us not wallow in the valley of despair, I say to you today, my friends.
And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.
I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal."
I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia, the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.


I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a state sweltering with the heat of injustice, sweltering with the heat of oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
I have a dream today!


I have a dream that one day, down in Alabama, with its vicious racists, with its governor having his lips dripping with the words of "interposition" and "nullification" -- one day right there in Alabama little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers.
I have a dream today!
I have a dream that one day every valley shall be exalted, and every hill and mountain shall be made low, the rough places will be made plain, and the crooked places will be made straight; "and the glory of the Lord shall be revealed and all flesh shall see it together."


This is our hope, and this is the faith that I go back to the South with.
With this faith, we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day.
And this will be the day -- this will be the day when all of God's children will be able to sing with new meaning:

My country 'tis of thee, sweet land of liberty, of thee I sing.
Land where my fathers died, land of the Pilgrim's pride,
From every mountainside, let freedom ring!


And if America is to be a great nation, this must become true.
And so let freedom ring from the prodigious hilltops of New Hampshire.
Let freedom ring from the mighty mountains of New York.
Let freedom ring from the heightening Alleghenies of
Pennsylvania.
Let freedom ring from the snow-capped Rockies of Colorado.
Let freedom ring from the curvaceous slopes of California.
But not only that:
Let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia.
Let freedom ring from Lookout Mountain of Tennessee.
Let freedom ring from every hill and molehill of Mississippi.


From every mountainside, let freedom ring.
And when this happens, when we allow freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God's children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old Negro spiritual:
Free at last! Free at last!
Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!





留言者 josielai
留言時間 2007-04-28 20:17:07
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Thank you, philo-sopher
will find time to access the web site and take a look after the exam.

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-28 20:21:14
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philo-sopher:
you always nice.謝謝你! 但網頁怎打不開呢?

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-28 20:49:32
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philo-sopher
josielai
腦筋

這篇文章就是我們的下一個 Project ,待我們明天考完後好好來討論,這是一篇很好的名言--金恩博士演講稿,I like it very much!

以前我總是聽到嗆嗆有力的片段,待我們考完,我再從溫吧!

謝謝philo-sopher提供的information!

希望有興趣的同學加入我們的學習!

師父您也該指導指導吧! 讓我們自己發揮是很好,但我們更需要您!
聽您的一句提示,將勝讀萬卷書的!
我們都知道要自己摸索思考,但有時您的提示將讓我們進步神速的,就不要那麼神秘了!

您就先出個提示讓我們來檢討好不好?






留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-28 21:02:22
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爺爺不會出來的啦,要等氣消了才會出來啦。
(蠢徒!一下給我多了幾十歲!)


留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-28 21:03:01
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腦筋,把你網頁上方的網址消掉,
填上http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm,
按鍵盤上的Enter鍵,
這樣就行了。

打開網頁後上面有啦叭,打開就有聲音。

[url] http://www.americanrhetoric.com/speeches/mlkihaveadream.htm[url]



留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-28 21:03:54
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超連結失敗,我果然是電腦白痴,
如果誰會超連結,麻煩服務一下,
謝謝。

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-28 21:05:15
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大家不客氣。

明天有三科要奮鬥,今天又『失眠』啦。


留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-28 22:02:18
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金恩博士演講稿







留言者 sky.
留言時間 2007-04-29 00:30:48
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謝謝^-^

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-29 02:03:29
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hikaru,謝謝您的幫忙,非常感謝。



留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 04:08:12
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本來一直想作閒閒人(-台語發音),

因為自開始就一直欣賞各位的才情,

都沒能有插話的空間,

總算也讓人家感覺一下,原來我也有修這一科!

philo-sopher謝謝您的考前大猜題,算是回報您了!

各位繼續您們的討論!

加油!加油!





留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-29 07:32:03
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hikaru:
看到您的出現我們有無比的高興,謝謝你提供超連結,果真可以用了,太棒了,我聽了才知道為什麼Mae說嗆嗆有力的片段呢?
對了,也謝謝你讓我們去逛您的部落格,請再告知網址,分享更多同學,一定也有很多同學不知道有寶藏在那兒,您好用心喔!
真是我們的福份,謝謝!

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 13:19:17
標題 I have a dream to help those who need help
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腦筋:您怎麼知道我有部落格?

真是傷腦筋!我一直都很……….低調?

還是我們會長→RingRing偷偷告訴您的?

跟您玩玩!希望不介意!

與幾位志同道合的學長學姐一起成立的,

希望為我們空大的學長學姐儘一份心意,

但願您們會喜歡,也希望您們都是我們的好伙伴!

[http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/hikaru-goodfriend]益友會部落格[/url]

[http://hikaruchu.myweb.hinet.net/]益友會[/url]


留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 13:21:18
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[http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/hikaru-goodfriend]益友會部落格[/url]


[http://hikaruchu.myweb.hinet.net/]益友會[/url]


留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 13:24:35
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失靈了

[http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/hikaru-goodfriend]益友會部落格[/url]


[http://hikaruchu.myweb.hinet.net/]益友會[/url]


留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 13:27:38
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益友會部落格


留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-29 19:01:23
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hikaru:
You are so nice , thanks you very much.

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-29 20:09:40
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I am so glad that many excellent classmate join us!

hikaru, sky, and josielai very wecome!
do you have any good ideas for this subject?

師兄已經丟出題目了,是否準備好了?

師父 please fogive us! philo-sopher 已經叫您爺爺了,您雖不滿意,應可接受吧!

師父! We need you! we want you ! Please teach us how to start it, and we believe that we all follow your ideas and will be have a good exam score! we are your good students, don't leave us! please!



留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-29 20:16:50
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hikaru:
忘了告訴您,您的blog 好清悉有組織,I like it!

Good job!

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-29 20:24:08
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更正:
今天頭昏昏,腦盹盹(台語發音),寫了錯字連篇!

Forgive not fogive

清晰 not 悉

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-29 22:14:28
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關於blog如有任何需要改進,請您們不吝指點,

除了本人之外還有其他不具名的學長在背後默默的服務大家,

很高興您們喜歡!

祝福您們!






留言者 Ring Ring
留言時間 2007-04-29 23:37:27
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我是建議先把課本第五章讀完一遍再來看這篇文章,
但不知深藏不露的達武老師是否有更好的建議?我洗耳恭聽!
hikaru學姐的益友會部落格,自從人氣旺旺後就一直大塞車,
lag...lag...lag不停,怎麼辦呢?我都一直進不去啦!
腦筋她的肚量有容乃大,不會和妳一般見識地!
晚安了各位,別得了分數,失了健康指數!


留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-30 01:58:49
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Date of birth: January 15, 1929
Place of birth: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Date of death: April 4, 1968 (aged 39)
Place of death: Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Movement: African-American Civil Rights Movement
Major organizations: SCLC, Alpha Phi Alpha
Notable prizes: Nobel Peace Prize (1964)
Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977)
Congressional Gold Medal (2004

這是金恩博士的簡介

我想讀他的演講前,先了解一下他的背景:

應該大家都知道他是一位人權鬥士,黑人,39歲在田納西(美國)的一間 Motel被槍殺,雖然有逮捕一名嫌疑犯,但至今仍有爭議性,因為他始終沒認罪,至今仍關在牢房。因此暗殺他的動機,至今未明。

如果我的資訊錯誤,請糾正我! 謝謝!

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-04-30 03:32:30
標題 Re:I have a dream→金恩博士參考資料
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金恩博士參考資料→摘自國立高雄大學圖書資訊館

  美國定每年一月的第三個禮拜一為黑人民權領袖馬丁路德.金恩(Martin Luther King)紀念日,感念這位黑人牧師在短短不到40年歲月(39歲)中,為美國族群平等及爭取黑人民權所作的貢獻。

  金恩於1929年1月25日出生在喬治亞州亞特蘭大一個黑人牧師家庭,15歲照家庭傳統上莫爾豪斯學院(Morehouse College)主修社會學,1948年大學畢再進入賓州克魯塞斯神學院(Crozer Theological Seminary)就讀神學,三年後得到母校獎學金入波士頓大學攻讀博士。這時期金恩奉印度聖雄甘地為先知,薰沐於他的非暴力理念。特別是甘地所說:「政府通過此條例影響到我,若我不喜歡此條例,運用暴力迫使政府取消,運用的只是身體力量;若我不遵守此條例,願意受罰,那麼就是運用心靈力量,這需要自我犧牲。」

  1955年末是金恩〝非暴力理念〞付諸實踐起點。因為蒙哥馬利市一位黑人婦女羅莎.帕克(Rosa Parks),因在公車上拒絕讓位給白人而遭逮捕罰款。為此,金恩領導蒙市黑人,運用非暴力抗拒,以步行、騾車或自組車隊來杯葛公車。這個運動歷經一年,最後才由美國最高法院判決黑人得勝。
1957年金恩與其他黑人領袖成立一個以非暴力為宗旨的「南方基督教領袖會議」,有組織動員性地為黑人爭取應有權利。這一年金恩出版〈向自由邁進〉一書,在哈林區一間白人經營百貨公司為其書簽名,被一位婦女突然刺了一刀,差一點結束生命。不過死裡逃生的金恩,由此事件而成為美國出名人物,爾後他被關14次,家裡被炸3次皆成為全國性新聞。另外,金恩也在這年實現他的夢想訪問印度,朝聖一生最敬仰的偉人甘地。

  金恩牧師最出名的一場演說是1963年8月28日紀念奴隸解放宣言一百週年,在首都華盛頓廣場,向二十萬不分信仰、種族加入「行軍華府」(March on Washington)的群眾所宣揚的「我有一個夢」(I have a dream)。他夢想將來有一天,黑人子女被評價不是按其膚色,而是品格;他夢想大山會被剷平,窪谷會被填滿,黑、白男女有一天能攜手同唱自由之歌。

  1964年金恩獲得諾貝爾和平獎。不幸,4年後的4月4日,金恩在曼斐斯(Memphis)被一位白人青人雅各.雷(James Ray)開槍打死,享年39歲。金恩在世雖然不長,但為同胞奮鬥爭取權利的精神永遠不死,如同林肯曾經說過的一句話:「人生不在乎長短,在乎內容」。難得的是,美國國會在1983年通過「馬丁路德.金恩紀念日」,並定於1986年實施,以每年一月的第三個禮拜一為紀念金恩的國定假日。

  有關金恩的“非暴力抗拒”理念,可歸納成下列六個重點:
1.非暴力抗拒不是懦弱者的行為,反而真正懦弱者才會因著恐懼  而亂用暴力。
2.非暴力抗拒的特點不是尋求方法打敗對手,而是尋求可能性來  嬴取對手的友誼和了解。
3.非暴力抗拒的原則不是去打敗剛好在行惡的個人,而是去抵抗  打敗罪惡本身。
4.非暴力抗拒的本質是情願接受對手所加予的苦楚而不報復。
5.非暴力抗拒不只避免外表肉體上的暴力,連內在心裡上的暴力  想法也要卻除。
6.非暴力抗拒是確信整個宇宙最終會站在正義這方。







留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-30 07:27:56
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hikaru:
你真是電腦高手,我看了多少遍才看出你的圖片的幽默,我好高興。太高興看到終於找到了您,因為剛開學時電腦硬碟壞了,不知道,以為自已使用有問題,就很想麻煩你,後來更新就可用了。當然也聽了不少ring ring 學長對您的推崇,更加深我看到您的出現有多麼的喜悦。

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-30 08:12:31
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hikaru and Mae:
看到二位的對I have a dream 的投入的分享,太好了,我只看到第一段的英文而已,不過看了你們的前言,不管怎樣,都要把它讀下去,philo-sopher可能累壞了,還不出現。

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-30 09:47:33
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我們師兄閉關去了!就由小徒孫暫時效勞好嗎?

Hello: How are you doing today?

第一個題目來了:
第二段第一句: Five score years ago, 如何詮釋呢? 這就是老師所教導的,合乎文化背景用語!

2. 第二段中:
This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice. It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of their captivity.
主詞:This decree 動詞 came
介係詞片語很多,猜猜吧!

沒抓包的(台語發音),這就是學習,有誰要出來討論嗎?這樣我們才會進步喔!







留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-30 13:27:15
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I am happy /to join with you /today /in what will go down/ in history /as the greatest demonstration /for freedom /in the history /of our nation.
可以這樣分段嗎?in what will go down 可以算是子句嗎?
as the greatest demonstration as 是介系詞嗎?
happy 當主詞I的補語,後面一大段都是修飾語嗎?修飾happy 嗎?
Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
這一句主詞是a great American嗎?動詞signed 嗎?

This momentous decree came /as a great beacon light /of hope /to millions /of Negro slaves (who had been seared in the flames )of withering injustice. It came /as a joyous daybreak /to end the long night /of their captivity
Mae:請先幫我看一下斷句的位置對嗎?若對了也不難找到介系詞片語了嗎?還有其他迷惑也請指點了。謝謝你了。

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-30 14:23:21
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腦筋:

據我所知,有時說的和寫的文章的段落與文法規則會有所不同的。
這篇演講稿,我們除了去了解關鍵字及功能字之外,還要去認識他們的Tone, 所以去聽個100小時是很重要的,而且您也會發現白人、黑人,北部、中部、南部的音調、重音、說法都會有所差異,時常他在講到激動處時,他是沒有分段,或標點符號的,(與文字呈現的不同)。

師兄:求求您快出現吧!腦筋的問題要您才有辦法。

1.Five score years ago---這就是他們說法上的不同,100年前就好了,他們就用5個20年前,這是我首先提出與大家分享--不同文化背景的見解。

I am happy /to join with you today /in what will go down in history /as the greatest demonstration for freedom /in the history of our nation.

This momentous decree came /as a great beacon light of hope /to millions of Negro slaves (who had been seared in the flames )of withering injustice. It came /as a joyous daybreak /to end the long night /of their captivity.

以上是我的分段方法(我也沒自信),您說的主詞及動詞是對的,至於其他那麼另我頭大的問題就有待---喔!對了,josielai 的文章很棒!有請了!

請躲在後面的天才快出來吧!互相研究,如果您不覺得煩!

謝了!










留言者 josielai
留言時間 2007-04-30 19:08:06
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Hi Mae,
Like you said,you cannot paragraph the lecture grammatically. You got to know their culture background before you could understand the lecture. five score years ago,yes,it can be explained as about one hundred years ago when the Emancipation Proclamation was signed.Others I personal think it's not that hard,just listen it 2 or 3 times and follow the tone of Dr.King.(you will soon realize what does our Master Chen said "鏗鏘有力")
Only one thing I couldn't understand why Dr.King kept saying "Negro" which they hate to hear it from other color people...
**Thanks a lot! Hikaru,dont keep in low profile,come out,we need you. (Are you a Japenese?) Ha! just kidding!
Philo-sopher said everyone should say one joke in this bulletin board.

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-30 19:08:49
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Dear Mae:
師父和大師兄不在,你就是掌門人了,我只要學到你的一招半式也心滿意足了,千萬別去招惹josielai師兄,那天的不幸已夠慘了,這師兄竟不分青紅,在傷口灑鹽,直到現在仍隱隱作痛,算了,這嚇壞了我。不想學功夫了,再見!

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-04-30 20:09:20
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哎呀!傷腦筋!我的好女兒!
每個人都那麼 Nice! Just don't say anything about personal emotion, we are studying ok?

Philo-sopher and josielai said everyone should say one joke in this bulletin board!

Yes, I agree with it! when I said we must listen to the English for 100 hours, it's a Joke, it's too much! if one class we spent 100 hours just for listen, I beleive we don't have anytime to do something else, including sleep hour. so it's a joke,師父應該也在說笑吧! 但是我們在考卷上也都支持他,(怕得罪了沒分數的)。

josielai:
"Only one thing I couldn't understand why Dr.King kept saying "Negro" which they hate to hear it from other color people..."

About your questions is also my question, that is just what I want to ask our 師父。
Maybe that time in 1963 they didn't mind "Negro"this title,most of brack people (especially, in southern U.S)were very poor,and been discriminate, it's not like recent U.S.that every one can demand for equal and freedom, time was change!


留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-30 22:04:24
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Mae,聽100個小時是正確的,
不是同樣的內容聽100個小時,而是多樣化的聽,
聽過100個小時後,習慣速度跟腔調,
這樣才能區別是否真是內容聽不懂,也才知道該如何加強,
最重要的是,以後也可靠聽音學習內容。




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-30 22:05:25
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腦筋,建議你,
解句子用一個意思為單位來領略意思,
不要學傳統文法解剖每個字詞功能,
肢解字詞功能對學習英文助益有限,
但其阻礙領略文意跟吸收英文實際用法的傷害卻很大。


好,導入正題 :
I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation.

I am happy /to join with you /today /in what will go down/ in history /as the greatest demonstration /for freedom /in the history /of our nation.
首先恭喜你,你斷句學會了,斷得一點都沒錯。


接下來你的問題 :
happy 當主詞I的補語,後面一大段都是修飾語嗎?修飾happy 嗎?
===>
別管happy當補語還是形容詞,
你知道I am happy是一個意思單位就行了。



as the greatest demonstration
as 是介系詞嗎?
===>
as在這裡是介係詞或連接詞並不重要,
最重要的是你知道as the greatest demonstration是一個意思單位,
而你也學到可以這樣用,
且也絕不會因為不知道as當介係詞或連接詞而解錯句意,
這才是學習重點,不是嗎?


判斷as當連接詞、副詞、代名詞或介係詞本來就有些困難,
但它絕不會變成阻礙理解句意的絆腳石,
寫過論文,有過多年教學經驗的博士都會分錯as的詞性了,
這證明什麼?
博士程度不好?
錯了!
是學會分辨as的詞性是不必要的。



in what will go down 可以算是子句嗎?
===>
what will go down是子句。
介係詞後面可以接名詞,一樣可以接子句。



Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today, signed the Emancipation Proclamation.
這一句主詞是a great American嗎?動詞signed 嗎?
===>
答對了,越來越厲害了,進步很多。
, in whose symbolic shadow we stand today,兩個逗點隔開,
這只是補充說明的插句,英文這種用法非常多,
尤其越有深度的文章越喜歡補充,學會分辨就不會眼花,也不會解錯句意。




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-30 22:05:59
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This momentous decree came as a great beacon light of hope to millions of Negro slaves who had been seared in the flames of withering injustice.
It came as a joyous daybreak to end the long night of their captivity.


This momentous decree came /as a great beacon light /of hope /to millions /of Negro slaves (who had been seared in the flames )of withering injustice.
It came /as a joyous daybreak /to end the long night /of their captivity
腦筋,斷句都對,學得很快。


This momentous decree came /as a great beacon light of hope /to millions of Negro slaves (who had been seared in the flames )of withering injustice.
It came /as a joyous daybreak /to end the long night /of their captivity.
Mae,你這樣斷也可以。




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-30 22:06:38
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感不感動?
小子特地從病床上掙扎爬起來。
以後再叫師兄,就永遠失蹤,
叫師兄,我有錯,誰敢告訴我?




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-04-30 22:08:00
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腦筋,不管如何,你當時選擇不語是正確的,
佩服你,因為那需要勇氣,而且還要能克制、壓抑自己,
並且知道自己必會承擔某些被人誤會的後果。

所以,如果因你的沉默導致別人誤會你,那是自然的,
但這決比你在當時反擊所受的傷害要小,
也許你早已體會我話中的意思,
否則你不會選擇沉默。


所以,你現在該做什麼呢?
對了!
跟josielai對不起,因為是你讓他誤會你,
但是,我還是要說,
你的選擇是對的。




留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-04-30 23:09:30
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josielai學長:
請原諒我的愚魯,真是對不起您!
Dear Mae:
You are so nice as philo-sopher, thanks you very much.
Dear philo-sopherear:
我猜得沒錯,您果真太累,我希望這次一度鑽能奏效,保佑Dphilo-sopherear趕快復原。謝謝你give me a hand, when I get some trobule, 您說得對,我學著放下,太謝謝您了!

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-05-01 00:09:52
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腦筋:
告訴您一個秘密,您知道嗎?
您現在認真學英文的態度,
就猶如去年此時的我學「網頁設計實務」時的心情是一樣的,
更甚至為了上一位台中老師的面授課,
我不惜毛遂自薦去上那位老師的實習課,
還好是我的真誠,讓老師答應我,去參一腳。
更離譜的是,我光打給老師的長途電話費當月就超過千元,
還好我也低空掠過,不枉老師不厭其煩的教我,
不過上另一次面授課時就被他唸了,
那是因為自己的粗心造成的,我也認了!
現在您認為我是電腦高手嗎!
No!直到現在我的電腦硬體知識還是幼稚園,
至於軟體部份還有好多要學,要摸索,
除非自己動手做,要不然永遠不知問題在哪?
我們互相學習囉!

josielai:我是道地台灣人!
但是我喜歡日本女性的溫柔婉約,也許受我們日本客戶的影響吧!
謝謝您的抬愛!
這裡光Mae及philo-sopher學長當關,就可受教甚多了,
實非小女子我可承受的起喔!

說實話,我是小學的教學志工,光教小朋友手工的東西,
舉凡中國結、串珠飾物、亦或手工布包、日本式的折紙、勾毛線等
都是我的教學範圍。
這幾天一直在補貨找材料,
所以沒能即時回各位學長學姐的訊習,
真是有夠失禮,在此跟各位說聲對不起啦!

Mae及philo-sopher受您們的薰陶,受益非淺,
謝謝!辛苦了!




留言者 明光
留言時間 2007-05-01 01:35:51
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Philo-sophe 學長:
您不愧是這區的靈魂人物,一出現就顯得生動活潑起來了,難怪大家都一鼓勁的要催您趕快現身。
我覺得有緣相聚,同學一場,何必計較太多,互相禮讓,彼此體諒,才是保持友好的長遠之計。
助人為快樂之本,我相信學長您一定在睡夢中也會笑口常開。
多稱讚人家幾句,多反省自已一下,還有什麼解不開的呢? 您說是嗎?

留言者 明光
留言時間 2007-05-01 02:07:42
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HIKARU 學長:
想不到突然間有您這樣一位出類拔萃(日本譯名吧?)的同學出面來幫大家的忙,真謝謝您!

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-01 07:09:30
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腦筋,這題忘了回答 :
happy 當主詞I的補語,後面一大段都是修飾語嗎?修飾happy 嗎?
===>
是的,都是形容他為何而happy。




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-01 07:11:31
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Hikaru,忘了謝謝你那篇金恩博士的介紹,很詳細。


明光學長,胡適有句話 : 『胡說多了也會偶中。』
我就是因為胡說的比你們多,所以中的機率也比你們高,
但你們選擇性篩選掉我說錯的地方,
只留下我說對的記憶,
不,我很認真的說,
我的英文程度真的很差,
只是腦筋問的是老師的學說,
那些我剛好懂。


我的身體在反撲了,如果這幾天沒見我,就祝福我吧。




留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-01 08:56:08
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Dear philo-sopher:

好好保重,您對我們實在是太重要了

Take a good care for yourself!










留言者 明光
留言時間 2007-05-01 09:30:16
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Philo-sopher 學長:
May God Bless You!
願您早日康復!


留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-01 11:55:15
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早上忙著當志工,所以遲遲才回此留言。---
教一些社區老人英文自然發音法,最老的85歲,最年輕的58歲,共有20來位(我已不敢再增加了),每個人的學習熱忱讓成深深感動,已持續一年了,因此我絲毫不敢怠慢,畢竟我的能力也是有限,請教過好多博士級的老師有關發音的學問,因此這項應該是我最拿手的吧。

hikaru、腦筋:
請千萬不要說我能掌握這學習園地,我現在的文法已經輸腦筋了,我要向各位學習的很多很多!我們互相勉勵成長這倒是重點。

josielai:
Could you help me correct my English writing, I know I was made many mistakes writing in English, such as I always forgot to put "s" "ed" "ing".....etc, I could speck and listen, (I have a good cope sense) but writing and grammar is my big big problem,that is why I love in this bulletin board, by the way, I also very poor for Prepositions using,maybe many classmate will not interested for this subject,but I really need it! Please help me!






留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-01 15:48:21
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hikaru:
好快樂分享到您的一個秘密,好榮幸喔!看到大家對您的尊敬,我才知道,原來我也很有福份,能認識到您,而且還讓您發現我是一個trouble maker, 還來安慰我,真謝謝您了。
對了益友會部落格有太豐碩的資料,我好喜歡,只不過找不到英文文選Grammar Focus中習題的答案,Philo-sopher有答案,也答應要給我,可是我已把她累壞了,心中很不安,不知您的智囊隊中一定高手林立,可否貼在益友會部落格,分享大家,我已試著自已來先想想,真的有問題在問,所以才會去找答案。我真不好意思,昨晚他已病了,還硬撐回答我無厘頭的問題,一看他病了,連個謝字也沒說,真的內疚。謝謝您hikaru您是我們大家的寶。

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-01 16:04:17
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Dear Mae:
您是個有修養的讀書人還對我這初生之犢這麼呵護,前些日,我還像劉佬佬入大觀園一樣,出過國門幾次而已,就不小心秀出來了,就因philo-sopher很有技巧的問話,把我的無知就表露無遺,其實我看Mae您才是見閱多多,您的英文已很厲害了,而且住美國時日亦多,怎會又回來上英文課呢?

留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-01 17:24:24
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Dear 腦筋:

我已經一再說我的文法有夠爛,有時用出來,明知我錯誤百出,但又沒人糾正我,我只是表象-發音較標準一點,其他一無是處,我要學的還多得讓我自己都很恐慌呢!

快幫我要求 josielai 出現吧!
師父應該在明天才會出關,多盼望他的出現!philo-sopher都累出病來了,真的還不能感動他嗎?

陳教授:(我還是覺得稱呼師父好親近)
我已經求過您好多次了,但好像您總是要我們自己練好基本功,好吧!再“痴痴的等”了!“總有一天等到您”,我好像在說老歌的歌名! 對不起!失禮了!


留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-01 19:01:31
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Dear josielai :
請不要再生我的氣了,接受我的道歉好嗎?Mae急著找到您,請您快快出現吧。

留言者 josielai
留言時間 2007-05-01 19:55:23
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My dearest fellowship -- Philo-sopher,Mae and ofcos (縮寫)腦筋:
Dont worry 腦筋,I wasn't mad at you. I was only trying to be "fair".
Mae,I'm glad I can help. I was majored in English Correspondence which was writing a lot of letters however that was years ago. (oh,slip out,almost let you know my age). Here are your sentences :I know I (was) made many mistakes in writing (in) English, such as I always forgot to put "s" "ed" "ing".....etc, I could (speck) and listen, (I have a good cope sense) but writing and grammar is my (big big) problem,that is why I love (in )this bulletin board, by the way, (I )also very poor (for )Prepositions (using),maybe many classmate will not interested for this subject,but I really need it! Please help me!
I think it's better to put down like the following:
I know I made a lot of mistakes in writinng English such as always forgetting to put "s","ed" and "ing"..etc. I can speak and listen well but writing and grammar is my biggest worry. This is way I love this bulletin board. By the way,I'm also poor at the preposition,maybe some classmates are not interested in this subject,I still need it.
But Mae,Im bit confused did you always 4get to change the verb in sentence such as past tense,future tense..etc or you are not familar with the preposition,. If your problem is the preposition it's not a big one,a lot of prepositions in phrases just try to review some grammar books and practice. Soon they will become your own stuff.I wouldnt worry so much.ok For instance, after the verb lack,no presposition is necessary. The soup lacks salt.(not lacks of salt) It's a good novel,but it lacks structure. Hope this help. Just keep sending me stuff I will get back to you ASAP.
Dear Philo-sopher,get well soon!


留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-01 21:07:16
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Thanks 腦筋 I owe you once!
Dear josielai:

This is what I need, I need somebody teaching me correctly in writing English, I need praticing often, and I also need study English grammar harder.

Your English is really good! When I read your English that I know ,I found the person who can help me to study in writing English.
My writing is like a no educated English, Yes,I am not familar with the preposition, I always mixing it up.
I know the Verb, future tense but past tense sometime I will gorget ,I know I lack paracting and need someone correct me.

I really appricated for your teach!
Thanks a lot!

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 05:02:44
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Dear Mae:
Please don't mention it. You are always so nice. And help me very much.


留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 05:12:29
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But one hundred years later, the Negro still /is not free. One hundred years later, the life of the Negro/ is still sadly crippled/ by the manacles /of segregation/ and the chains /of discrimination. One hundred years later, the Negro lives on a lonely island /of poverty/ in the midst /of a vast ocean /of material prosperity. One hundred years later, the Negro is/ still languished/ in the corners /of American society /and finds himself an exile/ in his own land. And/ so we've come here today/ to dramatize a shameful condition.
可以這樣斷句嗎?



留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 12:32:48
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whyDr.King kept saying "Negro"是因為他心中有怒氣,和不平,故意引人注意,我亂猜,等一下老師給我們您的看法了

留言者 陳達武老師
留言時間 2007-05-02 13:23:59
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hikaru,

謝謝您的幫忙,非常感謝,我自己都還不曾造訪過這個寶庫

留言者 陳達武老師
留言時間 2007-05-02 13:43:08
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各位
首席助教他老人家有恙,這裏暫由我來接管
金恩博士這篇演講,不要光讀稿,先好好聽幾遍,仔細住意音和韻,先去感受那個音韻之美。
等能欣賞音韻之美後再讀文字才懂,到時再說

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-02 17:14:49
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腦筋,你的斷句都對,
我現在體力還不夠,常常得休息,有時無法專注思考,
等我好點再跟你說文選文法,
你先把你的答案打出來,大家一起討論,
這樣我也比較知道你盲點在哪裡。


最好你新開一個專欄討論,
因為不是光你不懂文選文法,很多人也還沒完全理解,
這樣就算我回答錯誤,師父要糾正才不會『青春眼花』,
從第二課開始吧,因為第一課看書就行了,而且也不重要。




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-02 17:17:11
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老人家病了幾天,命快去了一半,聽了金恩博士的演講,奇蹟似的突然來了精神。
(只是打了這幾篇後,又有點耗弱了,這一篇是激動下打的)


《討論》

讀出師表不哭者不忠,
請問,
這篇演講稿哪幾句讓你血脈賁張,激動欲淚?


建議 :
可以先一邊看演講稿一邊聽演講,
聽到激動顫抖的語調時,若不能了解文意不妨查字典,
因為那些經典文句錯過太可惜。




留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-02 18:02:43
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philo-sopher:

感謝上帝、阿彌佗佛,您好點了吧!剛才才在另一版留言請教老師而已!

這篇演講可是高潮迭起,好多都很讓人激憤!

1. This note was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the "unalienable Rights" of "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note, insofar as her citizens of color are concerned. Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked "insufficient funds."
100年前美國政府簽訂的解放宣言跳票的氣憤,因此他們勢必要討回他們的人權--平等與自由。

尤其那句"America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked "insufficient funds."



留言者 Mae
留言時間 2007-05-02 18:19:35
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應該這麼講,剛剛談的是因
其實第一段激動處應該是:
But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. And so, we've come to cash this check, a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice.


留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-02 21:12:25
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腦筋,忘了跟你說,
我文選的答案是在書上,並非檔案。
或者你打題目,我給你答案。


Mae,謝謝支持。


剛睡醒的小子老人家




留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 21:57:13
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Dear philo-sopher:
你叫我們也去感動師父沒奏效,倒是你讓我們感動,人未復原還記掛著這trouble maker. 心存感激其實有時候也說不出口的,再幾天我在貼上我的題目和我的答案,讓你過目一下,讓你指出盲點,wonderful . thanks you very much. 對了我的斷句,又猜對了,好快樂,thanks again. 請多多保重,多休息了,Be good luck and health for you.

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:08:25
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達武老師:您大人有大量,在部落格有PO您之前在學訊上所刊登的文章,目的是要讓有需要學習英文技巧的同學(包括本人這個鈍學生),能夠遵從老師的指導,多一些學習的機會,還望老師您見諒。

腦筋:對不起!這幾天一直在還債(此債非彼債)沒空上來,沒能看見您的留言,真是怠慢了!
有關英文文選Grammar Focus中習題的答案,真的遺憾,我手邊都沒有人留給我,如果Philo-sopher學長有答案,真的希望您也可以跟大家分享,留一份給我,再將它貼上部落格,可以供更多需要的學長學姐參考。


還有一件事,請各位學長學姐容本人犯規一次,原本這是課業討論區,應該專屬討論跟課業有關之文章,但是這篇文章是一件好事,只希望有心的學長學姐共襄盛舉!造次了!

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留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:19:23
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好吧,孫子幫爺爺解讀一下 :
腦筋,
爺爺因為看你這幾天忙著解斷句,
他認為,以你的程度,那個已經沒那麼重要,
他認為,你先聽金恩博士的演講稿,試著領略他的音韻,
透過音韻你才能領略文字的魅力,
文字是死板的東西,較難傳達感情,
他怕跟你明說你會嚇得跑掉。
That's all.


這後面的複雜心理轉折有沒有讓你很感動?




爺爺,如果您沉默,就代表老人家解釋正確。



P.S.如果是老人家我,爺爺會直接說 :
『philo-sopher,你還是先多聽幾遍吧 』
Spare the rod, spoil the child.




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:21:03
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hikaru,你要不要考慮開一欄,大家比較看得到?





留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:22:52
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hikaru:
ok!
只是要樂捐的書,過期空中英語教室的書,不知道合適嗎?

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:26:08
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謝謝您們容許我造次,那就另外開一蘭囉!

留言者 hikaru
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:39:59
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沒有限制什麼書,只要您認為它是小朋友可以閱讀的就可以。

事後我將會送上我親手編織的手工飾物,送給您家小朋友,鼓勵

他〈她〉懂得要去幫助需要幫助的人!

謝謝您們!




留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:42:16
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philo-sopher:
I understand what you mean. But, Please go to sleeping. Be good care yourself.

留言者 傷腦筋
留言時間 2007-05-02 22:46:02
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hikaru:
ok, 謝謝您了。難怪大家就是很尊敬您。

留言者 陳達武老師
留言時間 2007-05-04 14:49:38
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各位
助教他老人家昏過去了,我這個老人家還在的,這篇文章有沒有多聽幾遍?先不要急著解意思,聽熟了後再讀時試著想它文字所提到的動作,這種高明的演講,所講的內容都是如中文所說的:躍然紙上,用中文直接去解釋就毀了一切
努力吧!這種好材料才是真的值得多讀的,而且,趁著助教他老人家昏睡中多練點功,等他睡醒回來時,發現怎麼大家都變成了張無忌,讓他悔恨不該生病

留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-04 16:05:31
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爺爺,孫子好不容易平靜幾天,有點元氣,
您非得這時再加鞭子?
醫生說,壓力病,看似沒病,不休息就會要命。
您再揮鞭子,就等著買菊花跟劍蘭上山看蠢孫啦。


早知不插上網路線心臟多跳好幾下不想輸人想練獨孤九劍隱形的蠢孫敬上




留言者 philo-sopher
留言時間 2007-05-04 16:21:24
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謝謝你們所有人的祝福,我好了很多───揮鞭子之前。
(現在後悔也來不及啦)

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