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疯狂英语初级背诵 日记篇 2

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Part 2    Friends and Friendship
[00:05.04]总有你鼓励
[00:10.08]Jan. 17, Mon., Sunny
[00:12.71]1月17日 星期一 晴朗
[00:15.34]Best Friends Forever
[00:17.12]永远的好朋友
[00:18.90]My parents had been fighting a lot lately
[00:21.02]爸爸妈妈最近经常吵架,
[00:23.15]and they finally decided1 to separate.
[00:25.36]他们最后决定分开。
[00:27.58]This was a huge shock for me.
[00:29.79]这对于我来说是一个重大的打击。
[00:32.00]I came to school close to tears.
[00:34.24]我带着眼泪回到学校.
[00:36.47]My friends were all really worried about me.
[00:38.90]我的朋友们全都很担心我。
[00:41.33]So we all went and huddled2 in the girls' changing rooms.
[00:43.79]于是我们都跑到女更衣室紧紧搁抱在一起
[00:46.26]I told them about my parents.
[00:48.38]我告诉她们我父母的事情.
[00:50.51]I cried so much to them.
[00:52.69]我对着她们哭了很久很久。
[00:54.86]They were the best.
[00:56.43]她们是我最好的朋友.
[00:58.00]They let me cry and didn't interrupt me.
[01:00.07]她们让我尽情哭泣.并没有打断我。
[01:02.14]I also have a best friend who is a guy.
[01:04.17]我还有一个好朋友是男孩.
[01:06.20]Obviously he wasn't able to come into the changing rooms
[01:08.63]显然在我告诉那些女孩子的时候.
[01:11.06]when I told my other friends.
[01:12.74]他不能跑进更衣室。
[01:14.41]So Laura my best friend went out and told him.
[01:16.73]我最好的朋友罗拉跑出去,告诉他我的事情.
[01:19.06]He gave me a huge hug.
[01:20.87]他深深拥抱抱了我。
[01:22.69]Now I definitely know that whenever I have a problem,
[01:25.07]在我很清楚地知道每当我遇到团难的时候.
[01:27.44]they will always be the first people I turn to.
[01:29.82]他们永远是我首先可以依靠的人。
[01:32.20]April 26, Thursday, clear
[01:41.11]4月26日 星期四 睛
[01:50.02]I've never really been considered "popular" during my younger years.
[01:53.44]小时候我从来都不是那种“受欢迎的人”。
[01:56.86]The popular kids would give me looks like they were totally disgusted with me.
[02:00.33]那些受欢迎的孩子都用很厌恶的眼光来看我。
[02:03.80]I have never even spoken a word to them.
[02:06.27]我从来没和他们说过一句话。
[02:08.74]We had assigned seats at lunch and I guess by fate,
[02:11.65]在午餐时我们部被安排好了座位.也许是命运的安排.
[02:14.57]I ended up with all the popular kids.
[02:16.85]我与所有招人喜欢的孩子们坐在一起.
[02:19.14]They never said a word to me during lunch.
[02:21.46]他们在吃饭时从未对我说过一个字。
[02:23.78]During those 30 minutes I was imagining how to make them jealous
[02:27.20]在那30分钟里面.我都在为如何令他们妒忌
[02:30.62]and want to be my friend.
[02:32.50]并想和我交朋友而绞尽脑汁。
[02:34.37]I grew out of that and stopped thinking and worrying about what other people said.
[02:38.35]我没有受到这些事的影响.没有担心别人对我的评价.
[02:42.32]I started to dress for myself but no one else.
[02:45.15]我开始为自己而不是为别人来穿衣了。
[02:47.98]All these people would compliment3 my outfits,even the popular kids.
[02:51.34]大家都赞赏我的衣着打扮.就连那些受欢迎的孩子也不例外。
[02:54.71]I started saying my mind and talking more.
[02:57.23]我开始不再寡言.大胆地说出我的看法。
[02:59.75]Soon I had all the popular friends.
[03:02.47]很快我便赢得了那些受欢迎的人的信任。
[03:05.18]When I am their friend they don't seem so offensive4 anymore.
[03:08.46]而一旦与他们结成了朋友.他们便不再对我充满敌意了。
[03:11.74]They are just like normal people who go through what we all go through.
[03:14.67]他们也不过和我们一样,都是普通人,经历着和我们相同的东西。
[03:17.60]For all of you who are in my situation right now,
[03:20.52]我劝那些现在与我处境相同的人.
[03:23.44]just remember to love yourself for who you are.
[03:26.10]你们要牢记为自己而爱惜自己。
[03:28.76]You're Special.
[03:30.40]你是独特的.
[03:32.04]This is how God made us.
[03:34.00]这是上帝创造我们的方式。
[03:35.96]I don't see anyone as ugly.
[03:38.25]没有人是丑陋的。
[03:40.54]If you start believing in yourself,
[03:42.66]只要你相信自己.
[03:44.78]you will have the friends you never thought you would have!
[03:47.11]很快你终会拥有那些你从来料想过得到的朋友
[03:49.43]April 3, Friday
[03:55.66]4月3日  星期五
[04:01.88]What's a Friend in the True Sense?
[04:04.26]怎样才算真正的朋友?
[04:06.64]If I were asked "Do you have a friend in your life that you would do anything for?"
[04:10.11]如果有人问我”在你的生命中.有没有一个朋友是你愿意为他做任何事的?”
[04:13.58]I would make a challenge:
[04:15.51]我将会对这个问题的本身提出质疑:
[04:17.44]a friend is not someone you would do anything for,
[04:20.15]朋友不是一个你愿意为他做任何事的人.
[04:22.87]but someone for whom there are things that you would never do,
[04:25.90]而是一个你永远不会为他做某些事的人.
[04:28.92]not out of spite,but out of love.
[04:31.35]这样做并非出于恶意,却是出于爱。
[04:33.78]One would "do anything" for a master or an idol5,
[04:36.80]一个人会为主人或偶像“做任何事”,
[04:39.83]but for a true friend,
[04:41.65]但对于一个真正的朋友.
[04:43.46]one must qualify6 the statement.
[04:45.68]人必须做到上述这点。
[04:47.89]A friend is not even someone you would never hurt,
[04:50.77]朋友甚至不是你永远不会伤害的人,
[04:53.65]because sometimes,
[04:55.36]因为有时候.
[04:57.07]in someone or others' words,
[04:59.09]用其他人或者某位贤者的话来说.
[05:01.10]"You gotta be cruel to be kind."
[05:03.32]对他残忍才是为他着想,
[05:05.53]If a friend asked you to conceal7 a serious problem,would you?
[05:08.75]要是一个朋友要求你帮他隐瞒一个很严重的问题.你会照做吗?
[05:11.98]You shouldn't.
[05:13.51]你不应该这样做
[05:15.04]Friendship is knowing when to exercise judgment8 and when to silence it.
[05:18.46]友谊是清楚何时该作评论,何时该默不作声。
[05:21.88]There are a few people for whom I would do anything,
[05:24.49]有很多人都能让我愿意为他们做任何事.
[05:27.10]but I would never call myself their friend:
[05:29.47]但我不认为我是他们的朋友.
[05:31.85]perhaps a fan, but never a friend.
[05:34.31]我可能是他们的崇拜者,但绝不是朋友。
[05:36.78]If someone can so rob you of self-respect and self-control,
[05:40.11]如果有人能这样夺走你的自尊心和自控权,
[05:43.44]would you call him or her a friend?
[05:45.62]你会把他称为朋友吗?
[05:47.80]Should you?
[05:49.22]你应该这样做吗?
[05:50.64]Please forgive--I cannot condone9 a question like this.
[05:53.61]请原谅我----我不能在这样的问题上妥协。
[05:56.58]May 8, Friday, cloudy
[06:05.65]5月8日 星期五 多云
[06:14.72]I got an e-mail today from an old friend of mine.
[06:17.30]今天,我收到一封老朋友寄给我的电子邮件。
[06:19.87]His name is Ben.
[06:21.49]他叫本。
[06:23.11]We parted when half way through seventh grade.
[06:25.58]自七年级开始我就没再见过他了.
[06:28.04]I haven't heard from him at all since about half-way through ninth grade.
[06:31.37]从九年级后他一直都杳无音信,
[06:34.70]I honestly thought I'd never hear from him again.
[06:37.24]我真的以为再也不会收到他的消息了.
[06:39.78]He was one of my best friends,though.
[06:41.74]他是我的挚友,
[06:43.70]We had quite a bit in common.
[06:45.52]我们志同道合。
[06:47.34]It was really great to hear from him.
[06:49.37]能收到他的来信真好。
[06:51.41]"If you could revisit any one moment from your life and live it again,
[06:54.52]“如果有机会让你重温生命中的某个片断.
[06:57.64]what would it be?"
[06:59.11]你会如何选择?”
[07:00.59]There are so many choices!
[07:02.41]选择如此之多!
[07:04.22]In light of recent circumstances,
[07:06.40]按最近的情况看来.
[07:08.58]I guess that if I had to pick,
[07:10.65]我猜我会选择
[07:12.72]I'd go back to the day Ben was leaving
[07:15.04]重温本离开的那天.
[07:17.36]and tell him more than what I said.
[07:19.63]告诉他更多我所想说的话。
[07:21.90]I'd tell him how much his friendship meant to me
[07:24.26]我会告诉他他的友谊对我来说多么重要
[07:26.62](he was the first kid to befriend me when I switched schools that year).
[07:29.84](他是我转校那年第一个和我交朋友的孩子):
[07:33.06]I'd tell just how much I was going to miss him
[07:35.63]我会告诉他我多么地思念他.
[07:38.21]and make him promise to stay in touch
[07:40.42]让他承诺与我保持联络,
[07:42.64]and come back and see me once tn a while.
[07:44.85]偶尔回来探望我。
[07:47.06]I know that when people leave your life,
[07:49.28]我知道当有人从你的生命中离开时,
[07:51.49]you always regret not saying something to them,
[07:53.81]你总是会后悔有话没有对他说.
[07:56.14]whether it is good or bad.
[07:57.81]无论好坏。
[07:59.48]I've said goodbye to many people in my life,
[08:01.95]在生命中,我曾向不少人挥手告别.
[08:04.42]and Ben's the only one who ever kept in touch with me
[08:07.13]木是唯一和我保持往来.
[08:09.85]and who I regretted not saying more.
[08:12.07]并因言而未尽而让我懊悔的朋友。
[08:14.28]Mar. 11, Wed10.
[08:24.76]3月1 1日  星期三
[08:35.23]Thank Yau for Giving Me the Strength
[08:37.36]感谢你们赐予我力量
[08:39.48]I have many heroes.
[08:41.60]我的生命中有很多英雄。
[08:43.73]People who make me strive11 to do my best,
[08:46.36]他们让我力争上游,
[08:48.98]people who I aspire12 to be like,
[08:51.16]为我树立榜样.
[08:53.34]people who make me want to go on even when things are bad.
[08:56.53]令我在困境中仍然坚持不懈。
[08:59.71]And I am lucky,
[09:01.48]我很幸运.
[09:03.24]because I know all my heroes personally they are my friends.
[09:06.61]因为我认识了这么多英雄——他们就是我的朋友们。
[09:09.97]Maybe they aren't heroes in the typical sense,
[09:12.74]他们可能不是传统意文上的英雄.
[09:15.52]but to me,they are the people I look up to.
[09:18.04]但对我来说.他们是我敬仰的对象。
[09:20.56]They are all strong, independent individuals,
[09:24.14]他们都是坚强、独立的个体,
[09:27.72]who know themselves and know what they are and who they can be.
[09:30.65]他们都很清楚自己的角色和将来的目标。
[09:33.59]My friends keep me strong bring me more happiness than I could imagine.
[09:37.57]我的朋友们让我强壮.他们为我带来的快乐超乎想象,
[09:41.54]I don't know where I'd be without them.
[09:44.01]如果没有他们,我不知道我将身处何方。
[09:46.48]So, here is a list of my heroes:
[09:49.00]下面就是我的英雄们的名单:
[09:51.52]Samantha:
[09:53.33]瑟曼莎:
[09:55.15]My best friend for over two years now,
[09:57.62]我最好的朋友.已经两年时间了,
[10:00.08]my partner in crime.
[10:01.96]她是我的捣蛋拍档。
[10:03.83]She knows all of my secrets,
[10:06.04]她对我所有的秘密了如指掌,
[10:08.26]but I trust her with them.
[10:10.24]但她深得我的信任。
[10:12.22]Can't wait to be 80 and sit on our front porch13.
[10:14.90]我都等不及要到80岁的时候,和她一同坐在前门的门槛上了。
[10:17.58]Nance:
[10:19.25]南西:
[10:20.93]Such a unique and talented individual.
[10:23.70]多么特别和聪明的一个人啊
[10:26.47]From singing to dancing to drawing and being absolutely creative,
[10:29.84]从唱歌、跳舞到画画,都充满创造力。
[10:33.20]this girl does it all.
[10:35.02]她无所不能
[10:36.84]Lorna:
[10:38.95]罗娜:
[10:41.05]Opinionated,independent,hilarious,
[10:43.82]一个固执而独立.又不笑风趣的女权主义者
[10:46.60]feminist and one of the sweetest people I've ever met.
[10:49.21]她是我碰到过最体贴的人之一。
[10:51.82]Truly strong and caring,
[10:53.83]非常坚强又富有同情心.
[10:55.85]she helped me so much through my break-up with Avery.
[10:58.37]在我和阿弗利分手的那段日子帮了我如此之多。
[11:00.89]Starbright and Gosh:
[11:03.25]斯达布莱特和哥什:
[11:05.60]I have to lump these two together because they always are together.
[11:08.79]我不得不把这两个人相提并论,因为他们总是形影不离。
[11:11.98]They were the ones that never made me go out against my will
[11:14.69]他们从不让我违背我的意愿,
[11:17.41]and wouldn't let me sit alone and pout14.
[11:19.63]从不会让我孤独地坐在一旁闷闷不乐。
[11:21.84]Both are incredibly unique people with big hearts.
[11:24.72]他们都是独一无二的有菩萨心肠的人。
[11:27.60]Pena:
[11:29.47]皮娜:
[11:31.34]My wonderful beautiful Pena,
[11:33.52]我美丽而了不起的皮娜.
[11:35.70]whom I've grown to know and love so much these past few weeks.
[11:38.67]她是我近几个星期来才认识并令我如此深爱着的朋友。
[11:41.64]She's a mind reader
[11:43.37]她与我心有灵犀,
[11:45.10]I swear to God and and just an amazing and incredible15 person to me.
[11:48.26]我对天发誓,她是我最不可思议和最了不起的朋友。
[11:51.43]I'll sing to you anytime.
[11:53.50]在任何时候我都愿意为你歌唱。
[11:55.57]Chris:
[11:57.44]克里斯:
[11:59.32]I don't even know what to say about him,
[12:01.64]我不知道该怎么形容他.
[12:03.96]I feel so close to him,like I've known him for years.
[12:06.53]我们是如此的亲近,就像认识多年的朋友一样。
[12:09.11]Someone who can be brutally16 honest with me and still kind,
[12:12.11]他的诚实有时令人难以忍受,但仍然不失友善。
[12:15.12]someone who holds me when I cry and then makes me laugh
[12:18.04]在我哭泣的时候他会紧抱我.然后使我破涕为笑。
[12:20.95]and one of the most talented guys I've ever met.
[12:23.58]他是我所遇见的最有才华的男孩之一。
[12:26.21]Avery:
[12:28.08]阿弗利:
[12:29.95]Yes,even him,for he taught me how to love.
[12:33.32]是的.我要感谢他.是他教我如何去爱。
[12:36.68]Even though it's all gone,
[12:38.72]尽管已经事过境迁.
[12:40.75]I will never forget the feeling of his love, his touch,
[12:43.69]我永远不会忘怀他爱我、抚摸我的感觉.
[12:46.62]the feeling of being rescued,and the feeling of being his.
[12:49.70]那种被拯救的感觉那种属于他的感觉。
[12:52.78]So,there they are,a short list of the people closest to me.
[12:56.39]以上就是我的英雄们.我的一小串密友的名单。
[13:00.01]I thank you all for being there for me,and I know that
[13:02.69]谢谢你们一直支持着我。
[13:05.38]I love you all and thank you for being you.
[13:07.64]要知道我爱你们,我为你们的真我本色而感激不尽。
[13:09.91]I appreciate it more than you'll ever know.
[13:13.89]我对你们的欣赏要比你们知道的要多得多。

 


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1 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
2 huddled 39b87f9ca342d61fe478b5034beb4139     
挤在一起(huddle的过去式与过去分词形式)
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  • We huddled together for warmth. 我们挤在一块取暖。
  • We huddled together to keep warm. 我们挤在一起来保暖。
3 compliment BpDzx     
n.[pl.]问候,致意;n./v. 称赞,恭维
参考例句:
  • The manager paid her a compliment on her work.经理赞扬了她的工作。
  • Your presence is a great compliment.承蒙光临,不胜荣幸。
4 offensive OI9xc     
adj.令人不快的,侮辱的,攻击用的;n.进攻
参考例句:
  • His mode of doing business is offensive to me.他干事情的方式叫我很不喜欢。
  • If all else fails,I will take the offensive.如果其他方法不行,我将采取攻势。
5 idol Z4zyo     
n.偶像,红人,宠儿
参考例句:
  • As an only child he was the idol of his parents.作为独子,他是父母的宠儿。
  • Blind worship of this idol must be ended.对这个偶像的盲目崇拜应该结束了。
6 qualify oCFyi     
vt.取得资格,有资格,限定,描述;vi.取得资格,有资格
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  • I won't qualify until next year.我明年才具备资格。
  • You must qualify yourself for the post.你必须使自己具备担任这一工作的资格。
7 conceal DpYzt     
v.隐藏,隐瞒,隐蔽
参考例句:
  • He had to conceal his identity to escape the police.为了躲避警方,他只好隐瞒身份。
  • He could hardly conceal his joy at his departure.他几乎掩饰不住临行时的喜悦。
8 judgment e3xxC     
n.审判;判断力,识别力,看法,意见
参考例句:
  • The chairman flatters himself on his judgment of people.主席自认为他审视人比别人高明。
  • He's a man of excellent judgment.他眼力过人。
9 condone SnKyI     
v.宽恕;原谅
参考例句:
  • I cannot condone the use of violence.我不能宽恕使用暴力的行为。
  • I will not condone a course of action that will lead us to war.我绝不允许任何导致战争的行为。
10 wed MgFwc     
v.娶,嫁,与…结婚
参考例句:
  • The couple eventually wed after three year engagement.这对夫妇在订婚三年后终于结婚了。
  • The prince was very determined to wed one of the king's daughters.王子下定决心要娶国王的其中一位女儿。
11 strive vtow8     
vi.努力,奋斗,力争
参考例句:
  • Don't strive merely for quantity of production.在生产中不要单纯地追求数量。
  • The scientists strive for a breakthrough in cancer research.科学家们力争在癌症研究方面有个突破。
12 aspire ANbz2     
vi.(to,after)渴望,追求,有志于
参考例句:
  • Living together with you is what I aspire toward in my life.和你一起生活是我一生最大的愿望。
  • I aspire to be an innovator not a follower.我迫切希望能变成个开创者而不是跟随者。
13 porch ju9yM     
n.门廊,入口处,走廊,游廊
参考例句:
  • There are thousands of pages of advertising on our porch.有成千上万页广告堆在我们的门廊上。
  • The porch is supported by six immense pillars.门廊由六根大柱子支撑着。
14 pout YP8xg     
v.撅嘴;绷脸;n.撅嘴;生气,不高兴
参考例句:
  • She looked at her lover with a pretentious pout.她看着恋人,故作不悦地撅着嘴。
  • He whined and pouted when he did not get what he wanted.他要是没得到想要的东西就会发牢骚、撅嘴。
15 incredible q8fx7     
adj.难以置信的,不可信的,极好的,大量的
参考例句:
  • Some planets run at incredible speed.某些星球以难以置信的速度运行着。
  • Her answer showed the most incredible stupidity.她的回答显示出不可思议的愚蠢。
16 brutally jSRya     
adv.残忍地,野蛮地,冷酷无情地
参考例句:
  • The uprising was brutally put down.起义被残酷地镇压下去了。
  • A pro-democracy uprising was brutally suppressed.一场争取民主的起义被残酷镇压了。
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