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太仓友谊妇科医院网上预约电话太仓娄东科教新城妇幼保健人民医院治疗妇科怎么样二年级英语作文:A diary of My Birthday --1 01:8:39 来源: Today is my nine-year-old birthday. I am very hay, because my father buys a big cake me and my sister just comes to Guangzhou . After dier , my family celebrate my birthday . I make a wish and blow out the candles . Do you want to know my wish ? Let me tell you , I wish I can study harder and harder ,then get the NO.1 in our cla. Then I cut the cake and my family share the cake with me . How nice today!!!太仓人流最好的医院 五人:关于爱和臭脚的故事 --1 ::58 来源: 五人:关于爱和臭脚的故事The BusA Story about Love and Stinky Feet5-6人英语剧本,公交车上的故事,适合大学生活,关于爱和臭脚的故事Female student A:,Female student B,Female student C,Boy A: Wang Chiang-rui Boy B,Old woman,Scene One(Three female students are chatting on a bus. Because all the seats are taken, they are standing, holding onto some plastic rings hanging down from the bus roof. Two boys are sleeping in their seats. Then the bus arrives at a stop and an old woman gets on. She looks at the seats. Seeing no empty seats, she stands next to a female student and holds onto a plastic ring.)Old woman: There’re no empty seats. I guess I’ll have to stand.(The female students find the old woman not having a seat. They want to help her find one to sit in.)Female student A: We should find a seat her.Female student B: Right. Those two bad boys did not give their seats to her.(The two boys continue to sleep.)Female student C: We should find a seat her.Female students A B: Yes.(Female student A goes to Boy A and taps on his shoulder.)Female Student A: Excuse me, could you give your seat to that old lady?(Boy A stretches and continues to sleep. Female students A and B look at each other. Female student B taps on Boy A’s shoulder.)Female Student B: Hey! Can you give your seat to that old lady?Boy A: (wakes up) I lined up twenty hours yesterday to buy A-Mei’s new album. I’m very tired. I’m sorry I can’t give my seat to the old lady. (continues to sleep)Female student C: What should we do?Female student B: Let’s ask the other boy.Boy B: (gets up suddenly) Ah!All: (startled)Ah!Female student B: What happened?Female student C: Why did you scream?Boy B: I had a nightmare. It was terrible.Female student B: Excuse me, can you give your seat to that old lady?(Boy B falls asleep.)Female student A: Hello! Is it OK you to make room that old lady?Boy B: Let me sleep, please. I an English novel all night last night and didn’t get any sleep. Can you let me sleep a while?Female student A: Well, we’ve tried.Female student B: The young man is really brash.Old woman: Thank you, young ladies! I’m OK! Don’t think I’m an old woman. I am healthy. (makes a few kicks like a young man)Female student C: Maybe we worry too much. The old lady’s very healthy.(The bus driver hits the brake suddenly and the old woman falls over. It makes Boy A wake up.)Boy A: Oh! Are you OK?Old woman: Oh! Oh! My waist!Boy A: You can take my seat. (helps the old woman to the seat)Female student C: Hmm. He just got his conscience.Female student A: Yeah! I was just about to say they got no manners.Female student B: Yeah. I thought he was a cold-blooded animal.Boy A: Hey! Watch your own manners. I’ve given her my seat. I’m really very tired.(At this time Boy B is embarrassed. He dares not continue to sleep.)Old woman: Thank you, young man. I’m old and useless.Boy B: Don’t say that. If I’d given you my seat earlier, the accident wouldn’t have happened.(The bus driver hits the brake suddenly again. Boy A falls down.)Scene Two(The Old woman and Boy B sit in the seats. Boy A is standing behind the three girls and drowsing. The three girls continue to chat. Boy A is drowsing carelessly and bumps into Female student A’s body.)Female student A: Oh! Who touched me? (turns her head around and sees Boy A standing behind her) It’s you, right?Boy A: What?Female student B: Why? You did it intentionally, didn’t you?Boy A: Wait. I didn’t do anything.Female student C: You touched her intentionally, right?Boy A: Hey, I’m not that kind of person. (looks at Boy B) Hey… Is it you?Boy B: (confused and shakes his head) Not me. I was sleeping.(The bus driver hits the brake suddenly again. Boy A bumps into Female student A again.)Female student A: (angry) Still saying it wasn’t you? You pig!Boy A: I didn’t mean it.Old woman: Nowadays boys are not the same as those in the past. Boys in the past were all very polite. Now boys are reckless.Female student C: Now what do you have to say? Apologize to her. Hurry!Boy A: Alright! Alright! (to female student A) I’m sorry.(Female student A ignores him and continues to chat with the other two girls.)Boy A: It’s not my day today.Boy B: Gentlemen don’t fight with women. And she’s no nice woman.Old woman: Nowadays girls don’t have good temper. Time really changed.Boy B: Older people know more than us.Old woman: When I was a young student, I got love letters from many men every day. the sake of manners, I went out with different men every day.(Boys A and B don’t know what to say. Suddenly the bus driver hits the brake. The old woman bumps into Female student C’s hips.)Female student C: (surprised) You…..(The old woman looks at Female student C and says nothing.)Old woman: You have nice hips.Female student B: I can’t believe the old woman is capable of sexual harassment.Female student C: Maybe nowadays old people are not the same as those in the past.Female student A: Maybe after losing her husband, she feels lonely.Female student B: Ah! Here we are. Let’s get off.Female student C: We’d better stay away from those strange people.(Female students get off the bus.)Boy B: Who are those strange people? They’re real strange. (helps the old woman up) Are you O.K.? Those young girls have no sympathy.Old woman: (feels Boy B’s hand) You also have a pair of very fine hands.Boy B: (startled) What? Boy A: This old woman is also very strange.Boy B: Let’s go!Old woman: Don’t be shy, young man. I have held such kind of hand a long time.(Boy B frees himself from the old woman’s hand and gets off.) Old woman: (looks at Boy A) You’re nice, too.Boy A: Hmm, good-bye. (gets off) 五人 英语 话剧日常聊天口语对话篇:(5)少年与性Teen Sex-- :7:1 Dr. Rosen:: 8% of high school girls and 61% of boys are sexually active in the U.S.Mrs. Smith: It is amazing how many teens are having sex (发生性关系)in the 90s. Our country has become totally promiscuous(男女关系混乱的). I understand that nearly one million teenage girls become pregnant each year.Dr. Rosen: That's true. But America wasn't always this way. When I was a boy, teen pregnancy was almost unheard of. And if a girl did become pregnant, she was ostracized(受到排斥的). Rampant promiscuity in our society has only been around since the mid 1960's. That when the so-called "sexual revolution" began.Mrs. Smith: Yes, I've heard about it even though I was just kid during the 60s. Things are certainly different now. Today, nobody even blinks(眨眼) when they hear about someone becoming pregnant. Dr. Rosen: That's because it's become an "everyday thing."Mrs. Smith: What really bothers me, is that all these young, unmarried mothers are all on welfare, and it's you and I who are paying them sowing their wild oats(播种野燕麦,比喻性生活放荡). Dr. Rosen: I would have to agree. What's worse, is that it doesn't stop there. Sexually active teens are far more likely than those who have never had sex to practice a number of self-destructive behaviors including drug and alcohol abuse(吸毒酗酒), school delinquency(青少年学生犯罪), even suicide. We tend to look at these problems in isolation, but studies show that they are usually connected to each other.Mrs. Smith: But what can a parent do these days? I mean, most parents have no idea what their kids are doing. many, don't care.Dr. Rosen: I think most parents can sense changes in their teen, especially when something is wrong. Sex by age may reflect a "risk-taking profile."(冒险的特性) If a parent suspects their teen are sexually active, they should seriously consider getting help their teen.Mrs. Smith: I just can't understand why anyone would dare have sex in this age of AIDS. I mean, a one night stand (一夜鬼混;一夜的停留演出)with a stranger could kill you..Dr. Rosen: I know what you're saying. It doesn't make sense, but people don't think logically when it comes to sex. They think emotionally. Let's face it. People are weak when it comes to sex. Ironically, at a time when sex has never been more dangerous, popular culture has never been more sexual. "Sexy" TV shows like "9" influence teens more than people think.Mrs. Smith: I agree. I never let my kids watch those kind of shows. But it doesn't seem to matter. Even if they don't watch them, they hear about them from their friends at school. Untunately, I think our "If it feels good, do it" lifestyle had influenced much of the world.Dr. Rosen: I know what you're saying. American movies, music and books are our number one export. And they certainly do influence people in other countries. The problem with entertainment is that it rarely or never shows the "real side" of illicit sex. The reality of teen sex is that is the root cause of a chain of problems in our society. Teen sex means teen pregnancy which means more poverty, more crime, billions in costs to taxpayers and more abortion and disease. There are over .5 million cases of sexually transmitted diseases (性病)among teens alone reported each year!Mrs. Smith: I guess people really think that it will never happen to them. A lot of them think "I won't get pregnant" or " I won't get AIDS," but they are just fooling themselves.Dr. Rosen: A recent study found that boys who had sexual experience were six times more likely to have used alcohol, five times more likely to have used marijuana (大麻)and times more likely to have been in a car with a drug-using driver!Mrs. Smith: I guess, I've been worrying about my daughter lately. I don't like the kids she's been hanging around with.. I just don't know how to talk with her.Dr. Rosen: The best thing you can do is keep communication lines open with her. Talk to her. But if you keep hearing "I don't want to talk about it" and it looks like she's getting into problem behaviors, you might want to consider getting counseling (咨询) both of you.Mrs. Smith: Do you have any other suggestions?Dr. Rosen: I know that this may sound bold in today's society, but why don't you try religion? Sometimes a little spirituality can do wonders a person who's tried everything else. Also, try getting together as a family at least a few minutes everyday. The American family is eroding, because none spends any time together any more.Mrs. Smith: That's a great idea. Well, I'd better run. I've got to pick up some take-out food the kids tonight, because I have to go to a special meeting.太仓友谊妇科医院四维彩超预约

太仓省妇幼保健院妇科专家大夫一年级英语作文:My dog --1 01:1:31 来源: I have a dog. My dog name is DuDu. DuDu is 9 years. DuDu is fat. It wears a white coat. DuDu has two big eyes and two small ears. It has one short mouth. My dog is smart. I like my dog. Do you like it?太仓哪里看妇科最好 Life and Water 生命与水 --5 :36:01 来源: Life and Water 生命与水  Water is the cradle of life. Sometimes people can live without food several days. But nobody can live without water. Plants and animals also need water.  When plants in the fields do not get enough water, they die. When animals in the est can't fine water to drink, they also die.  There is a lot of seawater in the world, but it can't be used drinking, because it is mixed with much salt. Then, people try to keep water. Now, there are more and more people in the world. So, more and more water is needed.  While some people try to keep water and control it, let all of us try to save water.水是生命的摇篮有时人们几天不吃饭还可以生存,可是没有水就不行了植物和动物也需要水    田里的庄稼得不到足够的水就会死亡;森林里的动物要是找不到水喝也会死亡世界上有大量的水,但海水不能饮用,因为里面混有许多盐分于是,人们尽力储水现在,世界上的人越来越多,这样就需要越来越多的水在一些人尽力储存并控制水的同时,让我们大家更好地节约用水吧太仓友谊医院网上预约挂号

太仓中医医院预约电话湖南十大著名风景名胜之凤凰古城 --19 ::9 来源: 湖南十大著名风景名胜之凤凰古城Hunan is a fantastic part of China that counts many famous scenic spots.湖南是中国一片有着很多名胜古迹的奇妙土地Among these, the best-known include: Dongting Lake, the Yueyang Padoga, Fenhuang Ancient Town and the Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area where the gorgeous Zhangjiajie National est Park is located.在这些名胜古迹中,最有名的有:岳阳洞庭湖,凤凰古镇,和武陵源名胜风景区(华丽的张家界国家公园就坐落于此)The following are the top attractions that Hunan Province has on offer. Let's take a closer look.Top 3: Fenghuang Ancient Town凤凰古城Located on the western edge of Hunan province next to Guizhou, Fenghuang Ancient Town, also known as Phoenix Ancient Town, is one of the most beautiful towns in China.凤凰古城位于湖南省西部边缘,与贵州省毗邻,是中国最漂亮的城镇之一With a l history of 1,300 years, the town features distinct residential buildings, elegant bridges plus several mysterious towers and pagodas. Upon entering the town, the visitor will immediately get a sense of the area's mystery, elegance and primitive simplicity. When an early morning mist sets in around the bridges over the water and stilted houses, the area simply becomes a mirror of traditional Chinese paintings.凤凰古城有着00年的悠久历史,独特的居民建筑、雅致的桥梁和几座神秘的宝塔是它的特色一进入古城,游客就能感受到一种神秘优雅、原始质朴的气息大雾笼罩的早上,这里的小桥、流水、房屋俨然一副中国古画的模样Admission:186 yuan (US.7)person入场费:186人 湖南十大著名风景名胜之凤凰古城 布达拉宫(Potala Palace )英语导游词 -- :9:7 来源: 公元1年迎娶了文成公主后,松赞干布决定为她建造一座宏伟的宫殿,让他的后人记住这一事件然而,原有的宫殿因连年战乱而被毁坏世纪,在第五世达赖喇嘛统治时期,布达拉宫得以重建第世达赖喇嘛将布达拉宫扩建到了今天这个规模  In 61, after marrying Princess Wencheng, Songtsen Gampo decided to build a grand palace to accommodate her and let his descendants remember the event. However, the original palace was destroyed due to a lightening strike and succeeding warfare during Landama's reign. In seventeenth century under the reign of the Fifth Dalai Lama, Potala was rebuilt. The Thirteenth Dalai Lama expanded it to today's scale. The monastery-like palace, reclining against and capping Red Hill, was the religious and political center of old and the winter palace of Dalai Lamas. The palace is more than 7 meters (38 feet) in height and 360 (80 feet) in width, occupying a building space of 90 thousand square meters. Potala is composed of White Palace and Red Palace. The mer is secular use while the later is religious.   The White Palace consists of offices, dormitories, a Buddhist official seminary and a printing house. From the east entrance of the palace, painted with images of Four Heavenly Kings, a broad corridor upwards leads to Deyang Shar courtyard, which used to be where Dalai Lamas watched operas. Around the large and open courtyard, there used to be a seminary and dormitories. West of the courtyard is the White Palace. There are three ladder stairs reaching inside of it, however, the central one was reserved only Dalai Lamas and central government magistrates dispatched to Tibet. In the first hallway, there are huge murals describing the construction of Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple and the procession of Princess Wencheng reaching Tibet. On the south wall, visitors will see an edict signed with the Great Fifth's handprint. The White Palace mainly serves as the political headquarter and Dalai Lamas' living quarters. The West Chamber of Sunshine and the East Chamber of Sunshine lie as the roof of the White Palace. They belonged to the Thirteenth Dalai Lama and the Fourteenth Dalai Lama respectively. Beneath the East Chamber of Sunshine is the largest hall in the White Palace, where Dalai Lamas ascended throne and ruled Tibet.  The Red Palace was constructed after the death of the Fifth Dalai Lama. The center of the complicated Red Palace is the Great West Hall, which records the Great Fifth Dalai Lama's life by its fine murals. The scene of his visit to Emperor Shunzhi in Beijing in 5 is extraordinarily vivid. It also has finely carved columns and brackets. The hall has four additional chapels. The West Chapel houses three gold stupas of the Fifth, Tenth and Twelfth Dalai Lamas'. Their mummified and perfumed bodies are well kept in those stupas. Among the three, the Fifth Dalai Lama's stupa is the biggest, which is made of sandalwood, wrapped in gold foil and decorated with thousands of diamonds, pearls, agates and others gems. The stupa, with a height of .86 meters (9 feet), spends more than 3,700 kilograms of gold. The North Chapel contains statues of Sakyamuni, Dalai Lamas and Medicine Buddha, and stupas of the Eighth, Ninth and Eleventh Dalai Lamas. Against the wall is Tanjur (Beijing edition), a most important Tibetan Buddhist sutra sent to the Seventh Dalai Lama by Emperor Yongzheng. In the East Chapel a two meters (6.5 feet) high statue of Tsong Khapa, the founder of Gelugpa which is Dalai Lama's lineage, is enshrined and worshipped. In addition, about 70 famous adepts in Tibetan Buddhism surround him. The South Chapel is where a silver statue of Padmasambhava and 8 bronze statues of his reincarnations are enshrined. On the floor above, there is a gallery which has a collection of 698 murals, portraying Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Dalai Lamas and great adepts and narrating jataka stories and significant Tibetan historic events. West of the Great West Hall locates the Thirteenth Dalai Lama's stupa hall. Since he was regarded as great as the Great Fifth, people started to build his stupa after his death in the fall of 1933. Taking three years, the stupa is comparable with the Great Fifth's stupa. It is meters (6 feet) in height, coated with a ton (0 pounds) of gold foils. In front of it is a mandala made of more than 0,000 pearls and other gems. Murals in the hall tell important events in his life, including his visit with Emperor Guangxu. The highest hall of Potala was built in 90. It used to be the holy shrine of Chinese Emperors. Dalai Lamas would come here with his officials and high lamas to show their respects to the central government annually bee.  Dharma Cave and the Saint's Chapel are the only structures left which were built in seventh century. They both lie central of the Red Palace. Dharma Cave is said to be the place where King Songtsen Gampo proceeded his religious cultivation. Inside the cave, statues of Songtsen Gampo, Princess Wencheng, Princess Tritsun and his chief ministers are enshrined. In the Saint's Chapel above Dharma Cave, Chenrezi, Tsong Khapa, Padmasambhava, the Fifth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Dalai Lamas are enshrined and worshipped. Visitors may find a stone with a footprint that was believed left by the infant Twelfth Dalai Lama.   Notes:   1. Potala Palace 布达拉宫   . Princess Wencheng 文成公主   3. Songtsen Gampo 松赞干布   . White Palace 白宫   5. Red Palace 红宫 布达拉宫 Potala Palace太仓市各医院节育环价格双凤镇做孕检哪家医院最好的

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