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            英語初級口語 (mp3+lrc字幕)Lesson32

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2009-11-23  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  
            [00:00.00]Lesson 32 Text A
            [00:07.44]A Pocketful of Pigs
            [00:10.21]Once there was no money.
            [00:12.75]If people wanted to get something,they had to give something.This is the way it used to be.
            [00:20.22]"I will give you my cow for your pig,"a man would say.
            [00:24.08]"I'll give you my bowl if you give me a shirt,"another would say.
            [00:29.20]"Here are seven oranges for one fish."
            [00:32.55]"Will you give me a chicken for a bag of corn?"
            [00:36.88]People had to trade things every day.They had to give a thing to get a thing because there wasn't any money.
            [00:45.06]But they had to work out a good trade,one that came out even.
            [00:49.53]What could you get for two chickens?Where theree bags of apples a good trade for two bags of grapes?
            [00:57.60]Or one bag of apples for a little butter?What was an even trade?It was hard to know.
            [01:05.62]And it was too hard to carry around all teh things for trading.
            [01:09.75]People had to use toot much time getting things they needed.
            [01:14.08]So they thought of a new way to trade.They thought of money.Money could "stand for"apples,or bowls,or pigs.
            [01:24.24]And a pocketful of money was better than a pocketful of pigs.
            [01:28.82]With money,it was not so hard to trade.Exeryone could use money.
            [01:34.67]The man who needed a pig could buy it with money.
            [01:38.25]The man who sold the pig could keep the money until he needed somthing.
            [01:44.02]People could work for money,and people buyt things with the money they got form work.
            [01:53.16]Text B Let's Play Chess
            [01:58.00]Mr Wilson and Mr Dawson are watching some men playing chess.
            [02:04.06]Mr Willson:Let's play chess.
            [02:06.62]Mr Dawson:I haven't played chess for a long time.
            [02:09.67]Mr Willson:That's all right.I'm a buginner.I've just learnt how to play.
            [02:14.66]Mr Dawson:Look,there's a chesshoard.Those two men have already finished playing.
            [02:21.11]Mr Willson:You're a  very good played.
            [02:23.75]Mr Dawson:Not really,but once I won a prize.
            [02:26.60]Mr Willson:So did I.I won a prize last week but it was a prize for beginners.
            [02:32.76]Mr Dawson:My prize was for the best player in the country.Now let's starty playing chess seriously.
            [02:42.43]7.Read the following conversation once.
            [02:47.65]Underline the key works and retell to your partner the dialogue in your own words.
            [02:56.72]Man:I'm not satisfied with it.
            [02:59.28]Saleswoman:Why not?What's wrong with it?
            [03:02.23]Man:Sometimes it goes fast.And sometimes it goes slow.
            [03:07.12]And the alarm doesn't work,either.
            [03:10.07]Saleswoman:Would you like another one?
            [03:12.63]Man:No.Can I have my money back?
            [03:15.37]Saleswoman:Hmm...have you got a receipt?
            [03:18.14]Man:A receipt?
            [03:19.44]Saleswoman:Yes,I must see your receipt.You can't have your money back without a receipt.
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