高英第一册paraphrase汇总(1、2、5、6、9、10、11课)以及课后翻译

Lesson 1 Middle Eastern Bazaar

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1. Little donkeys thread their way among the throngs of people.

Little donkeys make their way among the pushing crowd of people and go through them.

2. Then as you penetrate deeper into the bazaar, the noise of the entrance fades away, and you come to the muted cloth-market.

Then as you walk deeper into the market, the noise of the entrance slowly disappears and you come to the quiet cloth-market.

3. They narrow down their choices and begin the really serious business of beating the price down.

They reduce the number of their choices and begin to bargain with the seller seriously in order to lower the price.

4. He will price the item high and yield little in the bargaining.

He will ask higher price for the item than usual and refuse to reduce the price by any significant amount in the bargaining.

5. As you approach it, a tinkling and banging and clashing begins to impinge on your ear.

When you walk close to the copper-smiths’ market, you can hear distinctly the noise of ringing, banging and clashing.

其他

1. The Middle Eastern bazaar takes you back hundreds—and even thousands—of years.

The Middle Eastern bazaar takes you back to an almost ancient time when you can see architecture, bricks and stones, and handicraft economy which no longer exist in the West today.

2. Little donkeys with harmonious tinkling bells thread their way among the throngs of people entering and leaving the bazaar.

Little donkeys pass carefully through the crowds of people who come and leave the bazaar (TB: go carefully in and out among the people and from one side to another). With bells on, they produce harmonious tinkling sound while walking.

3. The shop-keepers speak in low, measured tone, and the buyers, overwhelmed by the sepulchral atmosphere, follow suit.

The shop-keepers speak in slow and deliberate tones, and the buyers who are greatly overcome by the grave-like atmosphere in the cloth-market, also speak in low and soft voices.

5. Bargaining is the order of the day, and veiled women move at a leisurely pace from shop to shop, selecting, pricing and doing a little preliminary bargaining before they narrow down their choices and begin the really serious business of beating the price down

Bargaining is something of the greatest interest people do at a particular time during the day, and women with veils covering their faces walk leisurely from shop to shop, selecting goods, asking for their prices and doing a little bargaining first before they decide to buy what they want. Until then they will start seriously to cut down the prices.

6. It is a point of honor with the customer not to let the shopkeeper guess what it is she really likes and wants until the last moment.

The customer considers it important not to let the shopkeeper guess what she really likes and wants until the last moment.

7. The seller makes a point of protesting that the price he is charging is depriving him of all profit, and that he is sacrificing this because of his personal regards for the customer.

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