Stuart Littile by liaoqinmei

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									 Stuart Little
B95710001 紀執玉

References:
1. Yahoo Dictionary
2. The Advance Dictionary of current
   English

                                p.1
                  Text

    Stuart was a great help to his parents,
and to his older brother George, because
of his small size and because he could do
things that a mouse can do and was
agreeable about doing them. (p.4)

                                        p.2
             Vocabulary
  Agreeable adj.
Ready to agree[F][(+to)][+to-v]
欣然贊同的;準備同意的
I’m agreeable to do what you suggest.
我同意照你的建議去做。
     disagreeable adj.
Unpleasant 不合意的;不愉快的;討厭的
 What a disagreeable weather.
                                        p.3
                   Text
    In a minute or so, there came three quick jerks
on the string, and Mr.Little carefully hauled it up.
There, at the end, was Stuart, with the ring safely
around his neck.(p.5)
  Haul v.
Pull (with effort or force ) 拖,拉,曳
A truck hauled the load away.
一輛卡車將貨物拉走。
Haul sb. over the coals (因其過失)嚴責某人
Haul down one’s colors 投降
                                               p.4
                   Text
    But the truth was the drain had made him
very slimy, and it was necessary for him to
take a bath and sprinkle himself with a bit of
his mother’s violet water before he felt
himself again. Everybody in the family thought
he had been awfully good about the whole
thing. (p.6)

                                       p.5
                  Vocabulary
    Slimy adj.
covered with ,hard to hold because slippery with slime.
 覆有黏泥(或黏液)的;分泌黏液的;滿是黏泥的。
A slimy mess of squashed fruit.
壓的黏答答的一攤水果。
形容詞變化形: slimier; slimiest
    Awfully adv.
 (chiefly colloq.)very (much) (口)極為,非常。
 You are awfully nice to me. 你對我非常好。
  同義字:Extremely adv.
You look extremely beautiful today.
你今天看起來特別漂亮。                                       p.6
                    Text
    The Littles liked Ping-pong, but the balls
had a way of rolling under chairs, sofas, and
radiators, and this meant that the players were
forever stooping down and reaching under
things. Stuart soon learned to chase balls, and
it was a great sight to see him come out from
under a hot radiator, pushing a Ping-pong ball
with all his might, the perspiration rolling down
his cheeks. (p.7)
                                              p.7
                Vocabulary
   Stoop vi.
Bend the body forwards and downwards.
彎腰,俯身。[(+down)]
He has to stoop down to get through the tunnel.
他得彎下腰走過地道。
同義字:bow, bend
He bowed his head in shame.
他因羞愧而低下頭來。
The nurse bend down and kissed the child.
那護士彎下身吻了孩子一下。
                                                  p.8
                Vocabulary
  Perspiration n.
Sweat; sweating. 汗;汗水 。
There were beads of perspiration on his upper lip.
他的上唇上有汗珠。
同義字: Sweat
There was sweat on his forehead.
他的額頭冒著汗。

                                             p.9
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