初中英语课文朗读比赛朗读篇章 (2009-11-23 17:00:39) 初中英语诗歌朗诵稿（1） ： looking up at the stars, i know quite well 仰望群星的时分，我一清二 楚， that, for all they care, i can go to hell, 尽管它们关怀备至，我亦有可能 赴地府， but on earth indifference is the least 可是尘世间我们丝毫不必畏惧 we have to dread from man or beast. 人类或禽兽的那份冷漠。
how should we like it were stars to burn 倘若群星燃烧着关怀我们的激 情， with a passion for us we could not return? 我们却无法回报，我们作何 感想？ if equal affection cannot be, 倘若无法产生同样的感情， let the more loving one be me. 让我成为更有爱心的人。
admirer as i think i am 尽管我自视为群星的崇拜者， of stars that do not give a damn, 它们满不在乎， i cannot, now i see them ,say 现在我看群星，我却难以启齿， i missed one terribly all day. 说我成天思念一颗星星。
were all stars to disappear or die 倘若所有的星星消失或者消亡，
i should learn to look at an empty sky 我应该学会仰望空荡的天空， and feel its total dark sublime, 同时感受天空一片漆黑的崇高， though this might take me a little time. 虽然这样可能要花费一点时间。
初中英语诗歌朗诵稿（2） ： i remember,i remember, the house where i was born, the little window where the sun came peeping in at morn; he never came a wink too soon, nor brought too long a day, but now ,i often wish the night had borne my breath away.我还记得，我还记得, 我诞生之地的房子， 那小窗，太阳 在清晨悄悄地往里张望； 他从不早到瞬息， 也不让一天停留过长， 但是现在，我常常希望
夜晚将我的呼吸带走！3.A private conversation私人谈话Last week I went to the theatre. I had a very good seat. The play was very interesting. I did not enjoy it. A young man and a young woman were sitting behind me. They were talking loudly. I got very angry. I could not hear the actors. I turned round. I looked at the man and the woman angrily. They did not pay any attention. In the end, I could not bear it. I turned round again. 'I can't hear a word!' I said angrily. 'It's none of your business,' the young man said rudely. 'This is a private conversation!4.Breakfast or lunch?早餐还是午餐？It was Sunday. I never get up early on Sundays. I sometimes stay in bed until lunchtime. Last Sunday I got up very late. I looked out of the window. It was dark outside. 'What a day!' I thought. 'It's raining again.' Just then, the telephone rang. It was my aunt Lucy. 'I've just arrived by train,' she said. 'I'm coming to see you. 'But I'm still having breakfast,' I said. 'What are you doing?' she asked. 'I'm having breakfast,' I repeated. 'Dear me,' she said. 'Do you always get up so late? It's one o'clock!'