背诵为王第二册音频打包下载2011-09-22
背诵为王第二册 Unit70:Rumour and Gossip2010-04-03
You hear a juicy story from a friend, who heard it from another friend, who heard it from a person 1 , who read it on a note passed in math class, which was written by somebody who probably just made it up.
背诵为王第二册 Unit69:The Spending Safari2010-04-03
Drake was excited because he and his family finally 1 go to Park Safari, a wild animal park a few hours from his house.
背诵为王第二册 Unit67:Bill Gates2010-04-02
Most high school students would be delighted to be accepted by Harvard University,but Harvard had little to offer to young Bill Gates.After several semesters,he 1 and went to work.
背诵为王第二册 Unit68:Who's the Offender?2010-04-02
In the US, Washington is the seat of government and New York City is the chief seat of commerce.
背诵为王第二册 Unit65:Money Talks2010-04-01
Ben Fix used to be a real estate agent.He got rich by selling worthless farmland to people from the city who didn't know what they were buying.He was very good at 1 the public.
背诵为王第二册 Unit66:Running2010-04-01
Your heart is pumping as fast as your feet are moving. You take great strides, building up speed, until you reach a good 1 pace. Your sneakers are hitting the pavement 2 and the breeze is blowing in your face.
背诵为王第二册 Unit63:A Plane Crash2010-03-31
Nancy Paine has been a pilot for many years. She is an old friend of Otis Jackson's and is supporting his election campaign. Yesterday, Nancy was flying her twin-engine plane over the city with a 1 saying Otis For Mayor.
背诵为王第二册 Unit64:The Brand Name Battle2010-03-31
A week before the start of the new school year, Megan went clothes shopping with her mom. There was one 1 that Megan really wanted: a hooded sweatshirt from 2 Jack Joy, who's the hottest brand name of the year.
背诵为王第二册 Unit62:The Echo in My Hometown2010-03-30
Twain and two friends once were sitting in a 1 . One friend said that the air in the mountains of his hometown was very clear. In many places the echo of a voice 2 five times stronger than the original voice.
背诵为王第二册 Unit61:Life in the Army2010-03-30
Sam and Jack often talk about their days in the 1 .It was a hard life.The men had to get up early in the morning and do a lot of physical labour.They had to learn how to use a gun,and they had to march 2 ten miles a day.
背诵为王第二册 Unit59:Harriet Tubman and Underground Railroad2010-03-29
Harriet Tubman was born around 1820 in the South of the United States.She was an 1 and a slave.In those days in the South,African-Americans were slaves.People bought slaves to work in their houses,farms,and fields.
背诵为王第二册 Unit60:A Laconic Answer2010-03-29
In 1 times there was a race of people called the Spartans living in the southern part of Greece.
背诵为王第二册 Unit57:A Little Kite2010-03-28
While far below he could see the ground,And the boys,like small spots moving round.
背诵为王第二册 Unit58:It's Time to Breathe Fresh Air2010-03-28
Golden sunshine and gentle breeze means the arrival of autumn,the most beautiful season of a year.This is a great time to go outside and have fun.Go to a 1 to see red maple trees,go and pick fruit in an orchard or find an open field to fly your kite in.
背诵为王第二册 Unit56:It's the Television!2010-03-27
Ted had not seen his old friend Sam since they were at school together. One day Ted saw Sam at a 1 in a big hotel.
背诵为王第二册 Unit55:At Dinner Table2010-03-27
As any 1 knows, there is far more to a family meal than food. Sociologists have been studying families to find out just how much more.
背诵为王第二册 Unit54:Helen Keller2010-03-24
Helen Keller was born in Alabama in 1 . When she was twenty months old, she got an illness. After her illness Helen became deaf and blind. Her parents did not know what to do.When Helen was seven years old, her parents got her a special teacher.
背诵为王第二册 Unit53:A Seeing — eye Dog2010-03-24
A seeing-eye dog is a 1 dog which helps blind people. We call these dogs “seeing-eye” dogs because the dogs are the "eyes" of the blind man and they help him to "see". These dogs 2 go to special schools for several years of training.
背诵为王第二册 Unit52:Cheerleaders2010-03-23
When you go to a college or high school sports event, you see cheerleaders. Cheerleaders are male and female students 1 the colours of their team. They jump and dance 2 the crowd and shout the name of their team. Their job is to excite the crowd.
背诵为王第二册 Unit50:Yellowstone National Park2010-03-23
A national park is a large piece of land where animals are free to come and go. Trees and plants grow everywhere. People go to a national park to enjoy nature. Many people stay in 1 in national parks.
背诵为王第二册 Unit51:Swimming2010-03-22
Swimming is a competitive sport played around the world and on many different levels, 1 the Olympics. It's also an easy sport to do on your own, both for fun and for exercise.
背诵为王第二册 Unit47:Jaime Escalante2010-03-22
Jaime Escalante was a teacher from Bolivia. He 1 Los Angeles in 1963. He was thirty-three years old and spoke almost no English.

Life was difficult for Escalante in the United States.
背诵为王第二册 Unit48:A Little Girl's Combat against Depression2010-03-21
When I was in 6th grade, a week before 1 , there was a fire at my house. I lost all my stuffed animals, including the one I was particularly 2 , my beloved green rabbit. Losing most of my belongings, having to live in a hotel (for a year) and the other stresses that go along with beginning a new school, I was crushed. I began to have trouble going to school and became sick a lot.
背诵为王第二册 Unit49:Thomas Alva Edison2010-03-21
Thomas Alva Edison was born in 1847. He was sick a lot when he was young. Edison's mother taught him lessons at home and he only studied the things he wanted to know. 1 , he read his first science book.
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