1.The chicken that laid gold eggs （下金蛋的鸡） Far into the high mountains, there was this small village. A poor farther and his wife lived in a rather shabby hut
1.The chicken that laid gold eggs （下金蛋的鸡）
Far into the high mountains, there was this small village. A poor farther and his wife lived in a rather shabby hut [破旧的小屋]. The live was difficult and harsh at times. While enduring the hardship, they often wished that one day, they could get rich somehow, frequently, they would pray to god to give them a fortune.
One day, god decided to give them a gift in order to change their life. The gift was a healthy but rather ordinarily looking hen. The couple was somewhat disappointed with this fowl [家禽], contemplating [计划，打算] the best way to cook it. The next morning, the farmer went to the cage to fetch the bird. To his great surprise that he found that the hen had laid a gold egg. They were overwhelmed by the sudden and unexpected found given to them by god and extremely grateful and happy about it. For the then, they built a nice and comfortable chicken coop [笼] and fed the bird with best feed that they could gather.
After selling many gold eggs, the couple became richer and richer. However, after a period of time, they became dissatisfied with only one gold egg a day. It would be wonderful only if the hen could lay two or three or even one hundred gold eggs a day, the farmer and his wife thought. Thinking that there must be thousands of gold inside the hen, the farmer one day, decided to find it out. He killed the hen and opened her belly [肚，腹，胃], in search of gold eggs.
Alas, he found that there was only one gold egg inside the hen.
2.The rabbit and the turtle had a race（龟兔赛跑）
In this beautiful forest, there were many tall trees, bearing various sweet fruits, such as dates and figs. Along the forest, on a splendid meadow, countless flowers were blooming everywhere. Daily, all kind of animal will gather in the meadow and having fun. They would sing and dance in different groups. They also played many games, including hide-and-seek.
On this sunny warm afternoon, the pesky monkey posted a note on a big tree trunk, announcing that there would be a foot race between the rabbit and the turtle. Animals were surprised, but nevertheless, one could still feel the excitement in the air. The crowd pushed around the starting line, arguing about that who could be the winner. The majority of the animals favored the rabbit, no doubt.
As usual, the light footed rabbit carried his nonchalant [不关心的] smile on his face arrived first and checked in with the judge, the honorable goat. Then slowly but surely, arrived the humble looking turtle. The goat told them that the race would start only after his staring gun and the participants should strictly obey the rules of the race. The handsome deer made a wreath and placed it at the end point. Whoever got there first and put on the garland would be declared the winner.
Bang! There went the starting gun. The rabbit leaped up in the air and took of like an arrow. The turtle was slow to start, and moving ahead on a steady pace. Not soon enough, the rabbit arrived at the mid point of the race. He stopped and looked back, but the turtle was nowhere to be found. He was very confident and relaxed. Under the nice warm sunlight, with a big yawn, he decided to take a nap.
After a nice dream, the rabbit woke up and rubbed his eyes and feeling totally refreshed. He looked around and could not see the turtle anywhere. However, he decided that it was time to get on with the race again. As he was approaching the end of the race route, he heard some cheering ahead. He was thinking that the crowd must be getting ready celebrate his victory. He made the last turn around the corner and started to look ahead for the finishing line. He was stunned by the scene that the turtle was at the end point, picking up the wreath. The big crowd was cheering jubilantly for the winner of the race, the turtle.
3. A Smart Cock（聪明的公鸡）
In a nice and tranquil village, there lived a handsome and smart cock. Next door, there lived a nice hound. They were good friends and often played together. On a nice spring day, the hound suggested that they two should take a trip to the forest to have some fun and could even meet some friends along the way. The cock was excited and agreed with the plan.
They wandered through the trees, immersed in the fresh air and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. Near sunset, they decided to rest for the night. They found a tall tree with many branches and it was very suitable for the cock to sleep. At the bottom of the trunk, there was a nice burrow which could fit the hound to rest in, very comfortably.
Next morning, the first ray of sun light woke up the cock high on the tree. He started to sing:” cocka-do-da-do!” from the branch. The hound was still soundly asleep, while the singing by the cock attracted the attention of a hungry red fox. The fox quietly approached the tree and saw the beautiful cock sitting high up there.
Immediately, the fox started to speak to cock with some sweet words, hoping to lure the cock down from the tall tree. After all, it should be a delicious breakfast for the fox.
However, the cock looked through the fox’s trick and definitely would not come down from the tree. He thought to himself that if there should be a way to wake up his friend, the hound.
The cock said to the fox that he definitely would need a ladder in order from him to get down from the tree safely. In fact, there was a rope ladder hidden in the burrow at the bottom of the tree. If the fox could get it out and set it up, he would appreciate it very much.
The fox was more than happy to do that, thinking that a wonderful meal was essentially in his hand. He then quickly stuck his front paw into the burrow and felt around. He touched a rope-like material in there. He then got a hold of it and started to pull it out. Alas, it was the tail of the hound. When the hound was dragged out of the burrow and saw the fox was pulling him out, he jumped up and started to chase the fox.
The fox ran as fast he could and barely got away. At the mean time, the cock was looking down from his perch with a broad smile on his face.
A Boy and His TreeA long time ago, there was a huge apple tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it every day. He climbed to the tree top, ate the apples, took a nap under the shadow… He loved the tree and the tree loved to play with him. Time went by…The little boy had grown up and he no longer played around the tree. One day, the boy came back to the tree and looked sad. “Come and play with me,” the tree asked the boy. “I am no longer a kid, I don't play around trees anymore.” The boy replied, “I want toys. I need money to buy them.” “Sorry, but I don't have money…but you can pick all my apples and sell them. So, you will have money.” The boy was so excited. He picked all the apples on the tree and left happily. The boy didn't come back after he picked the apples. The tree was sad. One day, the boy returned and the tree was so excited. “Come and play with me.” The tree said. “I don't have time to play. I have to work for my family. We need a house for shelter. Can you help me?” “Sorry, but I don't have a house. But you can cut off my branches to build your house.” So the boy cut all the branches of the tree and left happily. The tree was glad to see him happy but the boy didn't appear since then. The tree was again lonely and sad. One hot summer day, the boy returned and the tree was delighted. “Come and play with me!” the tree said. “I am sad and getting old. I want to go sailing to relax myself. Can you give me a boat?” “Use my trunk to build the boat. You can sail and be happy.” So the boy cut the tree trunk to make a boat. He went sailing and did not show up for a long time. Finally, the boy returned after he left for so many years. “Sorry, my boy. But I don't have anything for you anymore. No more apples for you.” the tree said. “ I don't have teeth to bite.” The boy replied. “ No more trunk for you to climb on.” “I am too old for that now.” the boy said. “I really want to give you something…the only thing left is my dying roots.” The tree said with tears. “I don't need much now, just a place to rest. I am tired after all these years.” The boy replied. “Good! Old tree roots are the best place to lean on and rest. Come here, please sit down with me and have a rest.” The boy sat down and the tree was glad and smiled with tears… This is a story of everyone. The tree is our parent. When we were young, we loved to play with Mom and Dad… When we grow up, we leave them, and only come to them when we need something or when we are in trouble. No matter what, parents will always be there and give everything they could to make you happy. You may think that the boy is cruel to the tree but that's how all of us are treating our parents.
All men are liable to error; and most men are, in many points, by passion or interest, under temptation to it. (John Locke, British Philosopher) 人都会犯错误，在许多情况下，大多数仍是由于欲望或兴趣的引诱而犯错误的。（英国哲学家 洛克.J.） Character is what you are in the dark. (D. L Moody. USA churchman) 暗处最能反映一个人真正品格。（美国教士 穆迪.D.L） Courage is the ladder on which all the other virtues mount. (Clare Boothe Luce, RSA dramatist) 勇气是一架梯子，其他美德全靠它爬上去。（美国剧作家 卢斯.C.B.） Despite all the life danger, with one selfless act from one common person, someone is saved, A hero is made. (Norman Stephens, USA writer) 不管一切危险，由于一个普通人的无私行动，有人得救了，英雄就应运而生。（美国作家 斯蒂芬斯.N.） Distrust can be contagious. But, so can trust. (Robbins Stacia, British writer) 不信任有传染性。但是信任也如此。（英国作家 斯达卡.R.） Fame is the chastisement of meit and the punishment of talent. (Nicolas Chamfort, French writer) 盛名殊誉是德才之忌。（法国作家 尚福尔.N.） God was constructed out of mankind's need for hope, for purpose, for meaning:an invisible protector and conscientious father. (Howards Mel. USA writer) 人类出于对希望、目标意义的需要而造出了神：一位冥冥之中的保护者和尽责的养育者。（美国作家 梅尔.H.） He who would do good to another must do it in minute particulars; general good is the plea of the scoundrel , hypocrite and flatterer. (William Black, British poet) 行善总是具体的、特定的；抽象的、笼统的行善是恶棍、伪君子和献媚者的托辞。（英国诗人 布莱克.W.） I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after. (Ernest Hemingway, USA writer) 我只知道所谓道德是指你事后觉得好的东西，所谓不道德是指你事后觉得不好的东西。（美国作家 海明威.E.） If you would convince others ,you seem open to conviction yourself. (Philip Dormer Chesterfield, British statesman) 要说服别人，先得说服自己。（英国政治家 切斯特菲尔德.P.D.） If your morals make you dreary. depend upon it, they are wrong. (Robert Louis Stevenson, British novelist) 如果你的品行使你郁郁寡欢，那么，这些品行无疑是错误的。（英国小说家 斯蒂文森.R.L.） It is an open question whether any behavior based on fear of eternal punishment can be regarded as ethical or should be regarded as merely cowardly. (Magaret Mead, USA humanist) 一个有待解决的问题是：基于是害怕无休止的惩罚而产生的行为是被视作有道德的呢，还是应该被视作懦弱的？（美国人文学家 米德.M.） It is not enough to do good; one must do it the right way. (John Morley, British statesman) 人不仅要做好事，更要以正确的方式做好事。（英国政治家 莫利.J.） Lying disguises our mortality, our inadequacies, our fears and anxieties, our loneliness in the midst of the crowd. We yearn for the comfort of familiar lies to create a more amenable reality. (Howards Mel, USAwriter) 说谎掩盖了人死的必然性、缺陷、恐惧、焦虑和在熙熙攘攘的人群中所感到的孤独。耳熟能详的谎言会创造一个较易应付的现实。 人渴望从这些谎言中得到安慰。（美国作家 梅尔.H.） Morality is not really the doctrine of how to make ourselves happy but of how we are to be worthy of happiness. (Immanuel Kant, German Philosopher) 道德确实不是指导人们如何使自己幸福的教条，而是指导人们如何配享有幸福的学说。（德国哲学家 康德.I.） Morality is the custom of one's country ;cannibalism is moral in a cannibal country. (Samuel Brttler, British writer) 道德是一个人所在国家的风俗习惯：在吃人的国家里，吃人是合乎道德的。（英国作家 勃特勒.S.） Morality is the herd instinct in the individual. (German Philosopher) 道德是个人心目中的群居本能。（德国哲学家 尼采.F.） Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. (Leon Nlum, French statesman) 道德可能仅仅在于有勇气作出抉择。（法国政治家 布鲁姆.L.） Mutual forgiveness of each vice, such are the gates of Paradise. (William Black, British poet) 相互宽容对方的缺点，乃是通向天堂之门。（英国诗人 布莱克.W.） No mourality can be founded on authority, even if the authouity were divine. (A. J. Ayer. USA writer) 道德不可能建立在权威的基础上，即使这种权威是至高无上的。（美国作家 艾尔.A.J.） Nothing is easier than to deceive one's self. (Demothenes, Ancient Greek statesman) 再没有什么比欺骗自己更容易的了。（古然希腊政治家 德摩西尼） Personality is to man what perfume is to a flower. (C C Schwab. US A Businessman) 品格之于人，犹如芳香之于花。（美国实业家 施瓦布 C .C.） Plain living and high thinking. (william Wordsworth, British poet) 生活要朴素，情操要高尚。（
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＂We are reading the first verse of the first chapter of a book whose pages are infinite＂
I do not know who wrote those words, but I have always liked them as a reminder that the future can be anything we want to make it. We can take the mysterious, hazy future and carve out of it anything that we can imagine, just like a sculptor carves a statue from a shapeless stone.
We are all in the position of the farmer. If we plant a good seed, we reap a good harvest. If our seed is poor and full of weeds, we reap a useless crop. If we plant nothing at all, we harvest nothing at all.
I want the future to be better than the past. I don't want it contaminated by the mistakes and errors with which history is filled. We should all be concerned about the future because that is where we will spend the reminder of our lives.
The past is gone and static. Nothing we can do will change it. The future is before us and dynamic. Everything we do will effect it. Each day will brings with it new frontiers, in our homes and in our businesses, if we will only recognize them. We are just at the beginning of the progress in every field of human endeavor.
万博是APP是犯法的吗?(2) No.4 middle School Kunming ,yunnan April 2nd ,2004Dear editor （编辑） ，I live in a beautiful city . Many visitors come to my city . there are so many colorful peacocks （孔雀） here .The peacocks mostly live on the grass land of Dongfeng SquareThey are given food freely by visitors . They usually throw food to them , and don't think about at all whether the food is right or not . Some of the peacocks became ill , some even died after eating the bad food given by the visitors.I'm sure most of the visitors who throw food to the peacocks really like the birds , but don't realize （意识到） that they may be doing them harm （伤害）.The visitors should be told that what have done is very harmful to the birds , and this kind of thing must be stopped from happening .Perhaps we can build some small shops beside Dongfeng Square to sell peacock food . For us every person , it's our duty to give more love to these beautiful birds and to look after them carefully. Yours, Sun Yan()6.Many visitors come to the writer's city to __________. A. do some shopping B. see beautiful peacocks C. play on Dongfeng square D. eat nice food()7.Some peacocks became ill and died because some visitors ______;A. did't give them any food B. gave them too much foodC. threw them some bad food D. loved them and played with them()8.Some shops can be built beside Dongfeng Square so that they may _____________.A.sell food for visitors B. sell food for peacocksC.make the square more beautiful D.have the beautiful birds()9.From the passage we know people should __________.A. live and play with the birds B. stop the birds from eating too muchC. give right food to the birdsD. give more food to the birds()10.We can guess the writer of the letter, Sun Yan , may be a _____.A. visitor B. shopkeeper C.square keeper D. student610:B C B C D(3)Every town in the United States has a post office . Some are very small , and you may also find them in the corner of a shop . Others are larger buildings . They are open five days a week and on Saturday mornings . From Monday through Friday they are usually open from 8:30 to 4:30 .If you know how much the postage （邮资） is for your letter , you can buy stamps at any window. In some post offices you can buy stamps from machines . Stamps are sold many different prices , from one cent （美分） to many dollars . If you are not sure how much postage is for you letter , you may ask the man or the woman in the post office for help . he or she will give you the stamps you need . If you are sending your letter far away , you should use airmail envelopes （航空信封） . Remember that postage will be more expensive for a letter to be sent outside the country.At a post office you can also buy postcards . A postcard is cheaper than a letter . Usually the price of postage for a postcard is about half that of a letter . The postcards that you buy at a post office do not have pictures . However ,also they are not to be sent outside the country .Letters are an easy and cheap way to keep in touch with people in many different countries .()11.The passage tell us that we can find ________ easily in the United States of America.A. post office s B.large buildingsC.small shops D.different banks()12.The post offices in the United States are open _________.A.seven hours a day B.six hours a dayC.five hours a day D.eight hours a day()13.If you are not sure how much postage is for your letter ,you can____.A. go and buy stamps from the machine in the post officesend a cheap postcard instead of your letterB. get in touch with somebody you know in the post officeC.ask the man or the woman in the post office for help()14.The price of postage for ________ is more expensive.A.a beautiful postcard B.a letter written on envelopeC.a letter by airmail D.a postcard with pictures()15.The passage tells us something about ________ in the USAA.the post B.the postage C.letters D.postcards1115 A D D C A (4)Long, long ago there was a very foolish thief. Do you know what he did one day? When he wanted to steal（偷） the bell on his neighbour's door, he walked up to the door, took hold of（抓住） the bell and pulled hard. The bell made a very loud noise. The thief was afraid and went home.Then he sat down to think, “I must do something about the noise,” he said. He thought and thought. At last he had an idea. “Ah, I'll put some cotton in my ears. Then I won't be able to hear the noise.” The next day he went to the door of his neighbour, and took hold of the bell. This time he pulled even harder. The bell rang loudly, but the thief did not hear anything. With another hard pull he got the
1、My name is Jim. My favorite day is October l8th, because it's my birthday. I am very happy on that day. I eat eggs for breakfast. Then my friends come to my home and play with me. We sing and dance. Someone plays the piano and someone plays the guitar. Lunch is very nice. After lunch, my parents take me to see a movie. My favorite movies are comedies and action movies. After supper, my parents, my sister and I watch TV. Then I go to bed at ten thirty. I don't do my homework on that day. I am very tired but happy on my birthday。 ( ) 1. Jim's birthday is 。 A. October 8 B. October 18 C. December 8th D. December 18th ( ) 2. Jim's favorite movies are 。 A. comedies B. action movies C. thrillers D. A and B ( ) 3. Jim goes to bed at 。 A. 10:30 B. 10:13 C. 10:00 D. 3:10 ( ) 4. Does Jim do his homework on his birthday? A. Yes, he does. B. No, he doesn't. C. No, he isn't. D. I don't know。 ( ) 5. How is Jim on his birthday? A. Tired. B. Happy but not tired. C. Tired but happy. D. Happy。 答案： BDABC2、My name is Lily. This is my house. There are five rooms in my house. This is my father and mother's room. There are three pictures on the wall. There is a desk near the window. There are two chairs behind the desk. On the left of the room, there is a toilet. On the right, it's my room. There are four pictures and a poster on the wall. ( )1. This is Lily's house. ( )2. There are four rooms in the house. ( )3. There are three pictures in Lily's room. ( )4. There are two chairs and a desk in father and mother's room. ( )5. The toilet is on the left of my father and mother's room.答案：TFFTT3、Betty and KittyBetty and Kitty are twins. They're 12 years old. They look the same. But they have different hobbies. Betty likes collecting stamps. She has many beautiful stamps. They're from different cities and countries. But Kitty likes growing flowers. The flowers are all very beautiful.Betty and Kitty both like reading books. Betty likes reading storybooks. But Kitty likes reading science books.On Sunday, they usually ride bikes to the park. They can play with their friends there. Sometimes their parents go there, too. 根据短文内容，判断下列句子的正误，正确的写“T”，错误的写“F”。 ( ) 1. Betty is Kitty's sister. ( ) 2. Betty likes growing flowers. ( ) 3. Kitty likes reading storybooks. ( ) 4. They're twelve years old. ( ) 5. They usually take a bus to the park on Saturday.答案；TFFTF4、 Lovely pandasPandas' faces look like cats', but their fat bodies and short tails are like bears'. Pandas are very lovely and they are friendly to people. People likes them very much.Most Pandas live in China. The northwestern part of Sichuan Province（省） and southern part of Gansu Province are their hometowns. Pandas like to climb trees. They usually live in the forests of high mountains, eat bamboo and drink spring water. 根据短文的意思，选出正确的答案。 （ ）1. The panda mainly lives in . A. America B. Shanghai C. London D. China ( )2. is like a cat's. A. The panda B. The panda's face C. The panda's body D. The panda's tail ( )3. Where are the pandas' hometowns? A. Guangdong and Gansu. B. Sichuan and Suzhou.C. Gansu and Sichuan D. Hubei and Sichuan ( )4. What's the panda's main food? A. Rice. B. Meat. C. Bamboo. D. Grass.答案：DBCC5、 My name is Tom. My birthday is June 2nd. The weather is sunny and hot. It's my favourite season. On my birthday, I usually have a birthday party. Sometimes we have a picnic. Tomorrow is my birthday. I am cleaning the room now. My mom is making a birthday cake for me. ( )1.Tom's birthday is on Children's Day. ( )2.It's warm and sunny in summer. ( )3. Today is June 1st. ( )4. Tom's mother can make a birthday cake. ( )5.Usually there is a birthday party on Tom's birthday.答案：FFTTT6、“Early to bed, early to rise（起身）makes people healthy, wealthy and wise（健康，富有，聪明）.” This is an old English saying. Children should have ten hours' sleep every night, or they can't do their work very well. They will not be wise. The body needs exercise. Walking, running, swimming and playing ball games are all exercise. Exercise keeps the body strong. ( ) 1. “Early to rise” means that we must early. A. go to school B. get up C. go home ( ) 2. Children should have hours' sleep every night. A. 8 B. 9 C. 10 ( ) 3. Everybody exercise. A. need B. needs C. wants ( ) 4. is good exercise, too. A. Jog B. Jogging C. Jogged ( ) 5. Exercise makes us . A. fat B. stronger C. thinner 参考答案：BCBBB7、A train stops at a station（车站）. A young man wants to come out, but it is raining. A boy is standing under a big umbrella. The
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The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings, but shorter tempers; wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints; we spend more, but have less; we buy more but enjoy less.我们这个时代在历史上的说法就是我们拥有更高的建筑，但是有更暴的脾气；我们拥有更宽阔的高速公路，却有更狭隘的观点；我们花费得更多，拥有得却更少；我们购买得更多却享受得更少。We have bigger houses and smaller families; more conveniences, but less time; we have more degrees, but less sense; more knowledge, but less judgment; more experts, but more problems; more medicine, but less wellness.我们的房子越来越大，家庭却越来越小；便利越来越多，时间却越来越少；学位越来越多，感觉却越来越少；知识越来越多，观点却越来越少；专家越来越多，问题也越来越多；药物越来越多，健康却越来越少。We drink too much, spend too recklessly, laugh too little, drive too fast, get too angry too quickly, stay up too late, get up too tired, read too little, watch TV too much, and pray too seldom.我们喝得太多，花钱大手大脚，笑得太少，开车太快，易怒，熬夜，赖床，书读得越来越少，电视看得越来越多，却很少向上帝祈祷。We talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often. We've learned how to make a living, but not a life; we've added years to life, not life to years.我们常常夸夸其谈，却很少付出爱心，且常常心中充满了仇恨。我们学会了如何谋生，而不知如何生活。我们延长了生命的期限，而不是生活的期限。We've been all the way to the moon and back, but have trouble crossing the street to meet the new neighbor. We've conquered outer space, but not inner space; we've done larger things, but not better things.我们登上了月球，并成功返回，却不能穿过街道去拜访新邻居。我们已经征服了太空，却征服不了自己的内心；我们的事业越做越大，但质量却没有提高。We've cleaned up the air, but polluted the soul; we've split the atom, but not our prejudice. We write more, but learn less; we plan more, but accomplish less.我们清洁了空气，却污染了灵魂；我们分离了原子，却无法驱除我们的偏见；我们写得更多，学到的却更少；我们的计划更多，完成的却更少。We've learned to rush, but not to wait; we have higher incomes, but, lower morals.我们学会了奔跑，却忘记了如何等待；我们的收入越来越高，道德水平却越来越低。We build more computers to hold more information to produce more copies than ever, but have less communication; we've become long on quantity, but short on quality.我们制造了更多的计算机来存储更多的信息，制造了最多的副本，却减少了交流；我们开始渴望数量，但忽视了质量。These are the days of two incomes, but more divorce; of fancier houses, but more broken homes.这个时代有双收入，但也有了更高的离婚率；有更华丽的房屋，却有更多破碎的家庭。These are the days of quick trips, disposable diapers, throw away morality, one night stands, overweight bodies, and pills that do everything from cheer, to quiet, to kill. Where are we heading？这个时代有了快速旅游，免洗尿布，却抛弃了道德、一夜情、超重的身体，以及可以从快乐中走向静止和自杀的药物。我们将走向何方……？If we die tomorrow, the company that we are working for could easily replace us in a matter of days. But the family we left behind will feel the loss for the rest of their lives.如果我们明天就死掉，我们为之工作的公司可能会在一天内很轻易地找人代替我们的位置。但是当我们离开家人后，他们的余生将会在失落中度过。And come to think of it, we pour ourselves more into work than to our family an unwise investment indeed.考虑一下吧，我们将自己的时间更多地投入到工作中，而放弃与家人在一起的时光，实在并非明智之举。So what is the morale of the story？那么这则故事的主旨是什么呢？Don't work too hard and you know what's the full word of family？不要工作得太辛苦，你知道家的全称吗？FAMILY = (F)ATHER (A)ND (M)OTHER, (I) (L)OVE (Y)OU.家=爸爸妈妈，我爱你们。
他再转向二老婆，问道。我死后. But when I die!” Thus, he asked the 4th wife, he always turned to his 2nd wife and she would always help him out and tide him through difficult times. 当然，商人也爱二老婆，她既善解人意又耐心。事实上，她是商人的红颜知己。每每遇到困难，“人间的生活多么美好啊，甚至没把她放在心上， I'll be alone. How lonely I'll be！” 一日，商人却偏不钟情于她！”她拒绝道， loved his 2nd wife，你愿意随我而去！ I'm going to remarry when you die!” The merchant's heart sank and turned cold. 小老婆的回答如一把尖刀插在商人心上. The sad merchant then asked the 3rd wife. “Life is so good over here，把最好的东西都给了她。 He also loved the 3rd wife very much. He's very proud of her and always wanted to show off her to his friends？”“不. She is a very considerate person，我将不久于人世。然而，尽管她爱得这么深英文原稿及翻译：There was a rich merchant who had 4 wives. He loved the 4th wife the most and adorned her with rich robes and treated her to delicacies. He took great care of her and gave her nothing but the best。 He too。伤心的商人继而问第三个老婆，与我相伴吗. However, the merchant did not love the first wife and although she loved him deeply, he hardly took notice of her. 至于大老婆，她是一位忠诚的伴侣， I can only send you to your grave.” The answer came like a bolt of thunder and the merchant was devastated!” replied the 2nd wife. “At the very most。他最爱他的小老婆，给她华丽的衣裳和美味佳肴，商人得了重病，他自知将不久于人世。当他回顾自己奢华的一生，不禁心中怅然， always patient and in fact is the merchant's confidante. Whenever the merchant faced some problems，而她也总能帮助他走出困境，度过难关， “I have loved you so much for all my life. Now that I'm dying, will you follow me and keep me company?” “No!” replied the 3rd wife，你愿意随我而去，他就会找她， I can't help you out this time。 One day, the merchant fell ill: “I'll leave with you. I'll follow you no matter where you go.” The merchant looked up and there was his first wife. She was so skinny, almost like she suffered from malnutrition. Greatly grieved, the merchant said, “I should have taken much better care of you while I could have！” 这时，旁边传来一个声音：“我愿意随你一同离去。无论你到哪里，我都会跟着你。”商人抬起头，看到了自己的大老婆。她是那么消瘦，一副营养不良的样子。商人悲痛万分，他说：“我过去就应该好好地珍惜你啊！” Actually, we all have 4 wives in our lives 其实，我们每个人的一生都有四位爱人相伴。 The 4th wife is our body. No matter how much time and effort we lavish in making it look good, it'll leave us when we die. 小老婆代表我们的躯体。无论我们花费多少的时间和精力想去装扮她，我们死后它终会弃我们而去。 Our 3rd wife is our possessions, status and wealth. When we die, they all go to others. 第三位老婆代表财产、地位与金钱。一旦我们撒手西去，它终究会转向他人。 The 2nd wife is our family and friends. No matter how close they had been there for us when we're alive, the furthest they can stay by us is up to the grave. 二老婆则代表了我们的家人与朋友。我们活着的时候，无论他们与我们多么亲近，他们最多也只能到墓前送我们最后一程。 The 1st wife is in fact our soul, often neglected in our pursuit of material, wealth and sensual pleasure. 至于大老婆，她则是我们的灵魂。当我们沉迷于追求物质、金钱或感官享受的时候，她常常会被遗忘在一旁。 Guess what? It is actually the only thing that follows us wherever we go. Perhaps it's a good idea to cultivate and strengthen it now rather than to wait until we're on our deathbed to lament. 结果呢？她才是唯一与我们永远相伴的。也许从现在开始，我们就应该悉心照顾好她，而不是等到临终之际才悔恨不已。 Now, the merchant's 1st wife is a very loyal partner and has made great contributions in maintaining his wealth and business as well as taking care of the household！”商人的心倏地下沉，但死后却要孤零零一人。多寂寞啊. However, the merchant is always in great fear that she might run away with some other men. 商人也很爱第三位老婆。他为她感到骄傲，并常把她作为在朋友面前炫耀的资本，你愿意随我而去. Before long, he knew that he was going to die soon，忙里忙外，可谓劳苦功高：“我一直对你宠爱有加。如今？”“绝不可能！”她丢下一句话，径自走开了。 The answer cut like a sharp knife right into the merchant's heart？”“很抱歉：“现在我虽然有四个老婆相伴。但他同时也忧心忡忡， “I loved you most, and owed you with the finest clothing and showered great care over you. Now that I'm dying, will you follow me and keep me company?”
There is not a (no) thrifty man but becomes a rich man sooner or later. Why? Because he will not spend such money as is unnecessary. Little by little his money will accumulate. Ten to one, he is bound to make a fortune.
I do not like such men as spend their money in a wrong way. They do not know extravagance is a bad thing. It can only make them happy for the time being. In short, thrift makes poor men rich and extravagance makes rich men poor.
Needless to say, nothing but perseverance can lead a man to the way of success. In other words, a persevering man never does his work without succeeding in it. This is indeed unchangeable truth.
Our National Father, Dr. Sun YatSen, is the most ideal example. He was devoted to the revolution about forty years. He met with many failures, but he was anything but discouraged. As a result, he won. The Republic of China was born.
WHERE THERE IS A WILL, THERE IS A WAY 有志者事竟成
The secret of success (The key to success) is not so much money as a strong will. A great man is one who has a strong will and an indomitable spirit. In other words, if a man does not have a strong will to win (get) the final victory, he will never succeed in his life. He is no more than a failure.
It is quite obvious that there is no difficult thing (nothing difficult) in the world. if you make up your mind to do it, you will certainly accomplish your end. That stands to reason.
成功的要诀不是金钱而是一个坚强的意志（用not so mush as）。一个大人物是一个具有坚强意志和不屈不挠精神的人。换句话说，如果一个人没有坚强意志去获得最后胜利的人，他终其一生永远不会成功。他只不过是（用no more than）一个失败者。