学习啦【英语手抄报】 思怡时间：2016-08-31 09:12:41我要投稿
I woke up at eight,feeling drowsy. I brushed my teeth, and I went downstairs. Before going to school, i had breakfast - cookies and milk. I had to walk to school, and it was snowing outside. It was monday, and my first period was science. We had a quiz on periodic table of elements, i thought i did good. Afterwards I had business, it was easy. Finally, lunch was here. I ate a slice of pizza and i was no longer hungry. So then, I had English and French in the afternoon. I enjoyed learning French a lot, so it turned out to be not so boring after all. The bell rang and the school day was finished. I walked home. I finished my homework first, then i played piano for an hour. My mom was preparing dinner while i surfed on the Internet. After dinner, I continued to surf on the Internet as Mom kept on writing her novel. It was 10 o'clock and I took a shower and brushed my teeth, I went to sleep. It was a tiring day!
A lawyer's dog, running about unleashed, beelines for a butcher shop and steals a roast. Butcher goes to lawyer's office and asks, "If a dog running unleashed steals a piece of meat from my store, do I have a right to demand payment for the meat from the dog's owner?" The lawyer answers, "Absolutely." "Then you owe me $8.50. Your dog was loose and stole a roast from me today." The lawyer, without a word, writes the butcher a check for $8.50. Several days later, the butcher opens the mail and finds an envelope from the lawyer: $250 due for a consultation.
律师的狗，没有拴而到处闲逛，它来到一家肉店，偷走了一块 烤肉。店主来到律师的办公室，问道“如果一条没栓的狗从我的商店里偷了块肉，我有权利从狗的主人那里要回损失吗?律师答道：“完全可以”，“那你欠我 8.50美元，你的狗没栓而且今天从我的店里头了块肉”，律师什么都没说，马上给他写了一张支票。一些天后，店主打开邮箱，发现一封来自律师的信，信上写 道：咨询费250美元。
三、Very Pleased to Meet You
During World War II, a lot of young women in Britain were in the army. Joan Phillips was one of them. She worked in a big camp, and of course met a lot of men, officers and soldiers.
One evening she met Captain Humphreys at a dance. He said to her, "I‘m going abroad tomorrow, but I‘d be very happy if we could write to each other." Joan agreed, and they wrote for several months.
Then his letters stopped, but she received one from another officer, telling her that he had been wounded and was in a certain army hospital in England.
Joan went there and said to the matron, "I‘ve come to visit Captain Humphreys."
"Only relatives are allowed to visit patients here," the matron said.
"Oh, that‘s all right," answered Joan. "I‘m his sister."
"I‘m very pleased to meet you," the matron said, "I‘m his mother!"