只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[探索发现] 【整理】2009-03-27 血腥玛丽-2

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!

[探索发现] 【整理】2009-03-27 血腥玛丽-2

Bloody Mary


玛丽一世(1553~1558在位)成长于欧洲宗教改革的汹涌大潮之中,其时英国也成为天主教和新教进行殊死搏杀的场所。她的母亲凯瑟琳是一位笃信天主教的西班牙公主,而她的父亲亨利八世为了达到与她母亲离婚的目的,不惜背叛天主教,与罗马教皇决裂,并在国内扶持新教,迫害天主教徒。也许由于上述的成长...





电信下载1:
Video download         Mp3 download

电信下载2:
Video download          Mp3 download


【网通/教育网用户】下载 :
Video download         Mp3 download


迅雷高速:
Video download          Mp3 download

 


视听在线DC系列节目链接
  

    
版主提示:
一、若是自己的听写稿, 请发帖时标注'Homework'.
二、若是改稿, 请发帖时标注'on 某某人'并在修改处标红.
三、为了达到最快的下载速度,推荐使用迅雷高速下载本站音频/视频材料

 

 

【整理】 血腥玛丽-2                      by lurker

Four months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They were totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, and at the heart of it you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.


I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn; there is no doubt about that. She would have regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and in her relations with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.


Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.


It's a period of enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost from the word go and they get very much worse.


Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumors are circulating amongst the ambassadors and amongst Mary's support network, a court. Certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never really leaves her.


Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

 

words:

menstrual:     Menstrual means relating to menstruation.  When a woman menstruates, a flow of blood comes from her womb. Women menstruate once a month unless they are pregnant or have reached the menopause.

[ 本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-3-28 18:46 编辑 ]

普特在线文本比较普特在线听音查字普特在线拼写检查普特文本转音频

hw

Four Months later,his Archbishop of Canterbury,Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful.Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore,Mary was illegitimate,suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother,Mary refused to accept this degree.The bond between mother and daughter became stronger.They would totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right to the same truth Mary's life was a drama,it's called the mess.It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music,under the heart of it you make God on the table out of Britain wine,and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorated,Mary was banished from her room.Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again.Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year,but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.
I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn,there is no doubt about that.She would regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish embassador always called Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She was very obstinate,very difficult,I mean that comes out very clearly and the conflict with her father and their relationship with Ann Boleyn.What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.
Now in her early 20s,the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.
It's appeared enormous stress for her ,I mean ,she has mestrual problems anyway,almost in the / when they get very much worse.
Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors between 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution.The rumor is circulating amongst the bastards and amongst Mary's support work but caught certainly Mary had a profound fear of being poisoned.And this fear never really leaves her.
Mary's fragile Physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

1

评分次数

  • lurker2006

自信源于内心的强大

I can't imagine it any other way. A world without you is only wasted space.
立即获取| 免费注册领取外教体验课一节

home work

 

 

Four months later, his arch bishop of Kantery Tomas Cathory declared Henery's marriage to Catherine no and absolutely void. And pronounce his marriage to Ann good lawful.Mary was 17 years old.

 

Therefore Mary was illegimated, suddenly this child has been treated like the most special girl around. She is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.

 

Like her mother, Mary refused to accept the decree. The bomb between mother and daughter

become stronger.They were totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholithism. That Henery had banished.

 

Right the central ,Mary's life was a drama ,it is called 'The mass'.It is a drama of light from color and light music and the heart view 'may god on the table like burden one,' for Mary that was absolutely central.

 

When Catherine's healthe begin to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again.

 

Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred to Ann Boleyn. 

 

Fate has Mary pushed aside by Ann Boleyn that made out about that, she would regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as was the ambassador always , cause Ann Boleyn was, and which is the whore.

 

 

She is very obssitude, very difficult. I mean that comes out very clearly and complicated with her father and her relationship with Ann Boleyn. What you say is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she is in that mood.

 

 

Now in her early twenties, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary 's health.

 

It's a period of abnormal stress for her ,I mean she has menstrual problems anyway,where most girls would go and this was very much worse.

 

As disfavor with her father, let Mary to live in fear of her life.

 

There were rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary 's execution. The rumors was circulating among the young bastards and among Mary 's support worker was called certainly Mary has profound fear being poisoned, and this has been never really near.

 

Mary 's fragile physical in mental state took a further blur when Henery finally had a child with his forth wife, Jane Semale in 1537.

 

 

1

评分次数

实现无障碍英语沟通

on sophiaxd

Four Months later,his Archbishop of Canterbury,Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful.Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore,Mary was illegitimate,suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother,Mary refused to accept this decree.The bond between mother and daughter became stronger.They would totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right to the same truth Mary's life was a drama,it's called the mess.It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music,under the heart of it you make God on the table out of Britain wine,and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorated,Mary was banished from her room.Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again.Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year,but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.
I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn,there is no doubt about that.She would regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish embassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate,very difficult,I mean that comes out very clearly and the conflict with her father and their relationship with Ann Boleyn.What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.
Now in her early 20s,the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.
It's appeared enormous stress for her ,I mean ,she has menstrual problems anyway,almost in the / when they get very much worse.
Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors between 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution.The rumor is circulating amongst the bastards and amongst Mary's support work but caught certainly Mary had a profound fear of being poisoned.And this fear never really leaves her.
Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

1

评分次数

口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通

有个疑问,我记得Jane Seymour 是亨利八世的第三任妻子!最近在大英百科上查也是这样写的,这里应该有误吧?

 

wiki上也是第三任,应该是这边说错了。。。

[ 本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-3-27 13:07 编辑 ]

homework

  Four months later, his archbishop of Canterbury, ***declared Henry’s marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good, lawful. Mary was 17 years old.

 

  Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly, the child who’s been treated like a special girl around is told that she has to say from now on, she is a bastard.

 

  Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They were totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.

 

  Right the same truth of Mary’s life was a drama. It’s called the mess. It’s drama of light and color, and latte and music, and the heart of it you made the god on the table out of Britain wine.

 

  And for Mary, that was absolutely central. When Catherine’s health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536, without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father’s active succession in the same year but she didn’t hide her hatred of Ann Berlin.

 

  I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Berlin, there is no doubt about that. She would regarded as her mother regarded Ann Berlin, as the Spanish embassador always called Ann Berlin which is the whore.

 

  She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean, that comes out very clearly in a conflict with her father and their relationship to Ann Berlin. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she is in that mood.

 

  Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll in Mary’s health.

 

  It appeared as a normal stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problem anyway, almost**** world of god when they get very much worse.

 

  Her disfavor with her father led Mary in fear of her life.

 

  There were rumors in 1534 and 1535, of Mary’s execution. The rumor was circulating amongst young bastard and amongst Mary’s support network accord, certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned and the fear never relieves off her.

 

  Mary’s fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child of his forth wife James Semon in 1537.

[ 本帖最后由 dorothydeng 于 2009-3-27 12:07 编辑 ]
1

评分次数

on yufenghan

Four Months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They would totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right to the same truth Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mess. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, under the heart of it you make God on the table out of Britain wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.


I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn; there is no doubt about that. She would, regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly and the conflict with her father and their relationship with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.
Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.
It's appeared enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost in the
* gull when they get very much worse.


At disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumor is circulating amongst the bastards and amongst Mary's support that work but caught certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never really leaves her.


Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

 

1

评分次数

实现无障碍英语沟通
确实不太理解,纪录片上也是这样讲,Ann 处决以后就是Jane,第三任了,难道,还有出入?
自信源于内心的强大

I can't imagine it any other way. A world without you is only wasted space.
普特听力大课堂

on 1047

Four Months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They would totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, and at the heart of it you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.


I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn; there is no doubt about that. She would, regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and in her relationship with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.
Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.
It's appeared enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost
from the word go,and they get very much worse.


A disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumors are circulating amongst young ambassadors and amongst Mary's supportive network, a court. Certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never really leaves her.


Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

 

注: bread and wine: the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ圣餐

 
记得上课时,老师说,我们恨之入骨的表现是:“壮士饥餐胡虏肉,笑谈渴饮匈奴血”而欧美却表现大爱...圣经里的故事,这就叫文化差别吧)

      from the word go:the very beginning of sth.

 

----------------------

hoho,介位筒子忘记写上on了,帮您不上了哈

谢谢参与---sylvia

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2009-3-28 00:14 编辑 ]
1

评分次数

好栏目推荐之美国口语俚语

楼上厉害...改个小地方

It appeared to be normal stress for her. I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost from the word go,and they get very much worse.

 

[ 本帖最后由 wukeyu123 于 2009-3-27 21:40 编辑 ]

Homework

Four months later, his archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Crammer declared Henry’s marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. That year, Mary was seventeen years old. Therefore Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child has been treated as a special goat around and she is told she has to say, from now on, bustard. Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decreed. The bomb between mother and daughter became stronger. They were totally dedicated to traditionally catholism Henry had abolished. Right the same truth, Mary’s life was a drummer, it was called the mess. It’s a drummer of light and color, lighting and music and at heart, the god a b--one Mary was that absolutely central. When Catherine’s health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father’s act of succession in the same year but she didn’t hide her hatred in Berlin. the same year and he didn’t . I think Mary is pushed aside by She is regarded as a mother regarded Call the which is the whore. She is very obstitute,,very difficult ended this comes out very clearly when conflicts with her father. What you see and what you get. Now in her early twenties, the consequence of psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary’s health. It appeared enormous stress for her. She has mental problems , very much worse. The disfavor of her father led Mary live in fear of her life. The rumors in 1574 and 1576 of Mary’s execution, the rumors is circulating and Mary is profoundly fearful of being poisoned and this fear never relived. Mary’s fragile physical and mental health had a final blow to when Henry finally has his fourth child-Jane Cimore in 1537. 这次听写得非常差,精神不好,ability to memorize within short time is weakened.
临渊羡鱼,不如退而结网

修改

Right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, and at the heart of it you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central. as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore". She is very obstinate, very difficult; I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and in her relationship with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood. 确实,隔世落花,你很厉害!

 

 

-----------------

请标红以注明修改之处,谢谢参与---sylvia

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2009-3-28 00:32 编辑 ]
临渊羡鱼,不如退而结网
每天半小时 轻松提高英语口语

on 隔世落花

Four months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They would totally dedicate/ it to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, / at the heart of it you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.


I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn; there is no doubt about that. She would have regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and in her relations/ with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.


Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.


It's appeared of enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost from the word go and they get very much worse.


Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumors are circulating amongst the ambassadors and amongst Mary's support/ network, a court. Certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never really leaves her.


Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.

 

on qian

Four months later, his Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer declared Henry's marriage to Catherine null and absolutely void and pronounced his marriage to Ann good and lawful. Mary was 17 years old.


Therefore, Mary was illegitimate. Suddenly this child who's been treated like the most special girl around is told that she has to say from now on she is a bastard.


Like her mother, Mary refused to accept this decree. The bond between mother and daughter became stronger. They were totally dedicated to the traditional form of Catholicism that Henry had abolished.


Right at the center of Mary's life was a drama, it's called the mass. It's a drama of light and color and Latin and music, and at the heart of it you make God on a table out of bread and wine, and for Mary that was absolutely central.


When Catherine's health began to deteriorate, Mary was banished from her room. Catherine died in 1536 without ever seeing her daughter again. Mary finally signed her father's active succession in the same year, but she didn't hide her hatred of Ann Boleyn.


I think Mary is pushed aside by Ann Boleyn; there is no doubt about that. She would have regarded as her mother regarded Ann Boleyn as what the Spanish ambassador always calls Ann Boleyn which is "The Whore".


She is very obstinate, very difficult, I mean that comes out very clearly in her conflict with her father and in her relations/ with Ann Boleyn. What you see is what you get and pretty rough it is too when she's in that mood.


Now in her early 20s, the constant psychological strain began to take its toll on Mary's health.


It's a period of enormous stress for her, I mean, she has menstrual problems anyway, almost from the word go and they get very much worse.


Her disfavor with her father led Mary to live in fear of her life.


There are rumors in 1534 and 1535 of Mary's execution. The rumors are circulating amongst the ambassadors and amongst Mary's support/ network, a court. Certainly Mary has a profound fear of being poisoned. And this fear never really leaves her.


Mary's fragile physical and mental state took a further blow when Henry finally had a child with his fourth wife Jane Seymour in 1537.


 

[ 本帖最后由 lurker2006 于 2009-3-28 18:44 编辑 ]
行到水穷处      坐看云起时
口译专员推荐—>口译训练软件IPTAM口译通
good site.
返回列表