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John | 24th Nov 2011, 05:25 AM | HKDSE/ALE英文作文用語/句子 | (1570 Reads)

是寫故事的一些句子,不算是個完原整的故事,但可以參考句子的寫法。

 

Beginning

1.          It began at seven o’clock on a Monday morning when Joey left home for work.

2.          When Joey was leaving home for office that morning, the last thing she expected was her whole life to flash before her eyes(眼前出現閃耀人生)– she won the Mark Six first price of over HK$50 million that evening.

3.          The library phantom(魅影;幽靈) really existed.  Yes, she existed in flesh and blood, although she assumed the complete appearance of a ghost.

Body

4.          The first thing that Joey did, after winning Mark Six, was to repay a debt of $2,000 she owed to Pinky, her best friend.

5.          Somehow(不知怎麽地;有點)Pinky did not look very happy, but Joey did not notice it.

6.          “It would be wonderful for me to travel around the world with my family first,” said Joey euphorically(興高采烈地).

7.          Joey and Pinky spend a good part of the evening together, and Joey told Pinky what she planned to do with the jackpot money(彩池獎金).  For most of the time, Pinky only laughed, rather unnaturally(有點不自然地).  Joey did not see anything in Joey’s response against which she should keep alert(或者Joey did not see anything strange in Joey’s response..(意指Pinky的反應有點奇怪,但Joey沒有察覺,沒有提防。)

8.          Pinky was immensely interested to know(非常有興趣知道)where Joey put her Mark Six ticket.  Joey told her with childlike frankness(孩子般的坦率)that it was in her handbag.

9.          In fact, Pinky was green with envy(心中充滿妒忌)as Joey was talking joyfully about her great fortune.

10.      “You are really lucky to get the big windfall(橫財).  Let’s drink for congratulations.” said Pinky, with a big grin(露齒笑).  Joey was enraptured(被弄得很開心)and broke into a laugh.  But there was a short silence.  Pinky then started congratulating Joey on her fantastic luck(出奇的幸運)and made her drink a lot of wine.  Joey became drunk. 

11.      Pinky looked at Joey, her friend in drunken stupor(酒醉的狀態), with queer eyes(古怪的目光).  She then stretched her hand (伸手) into Joey’s handbag and searched out the ticket.

Ending

12.      Joey was callow (稚嫩)and unsophisticated(頭腦簡單), incapable of seeing dishonesty and treachery(出賣)in life.(其實是不知世途險惡之意)

13.      “Thank you for your $50 million, my bosom friend(知己)!” Pinky said, before (留意before在這裡帶出下一個動作) picking up some personal belongings(收拾細軟;執啲個人物品)and leaving her flat. (或Pinky left her flat hurriedly with the winning Mark Six ticket worth HK$50 million.She just vanished into the night(在黑夜裡消失)and was never seen again(以後沒有人再見過他).

14.      Joey did not wake up until a day later, only to find that someone had already withdrawn the jackpot money.  Desperately(當作無辦法中的辦法去做某件事), she reported the case to police but could not even prove that she had ever held any Mark Six ticket at all!

15.      Thereafter(此後), Joey never saw Pinky again. Nobody knew what became of Pinky, alive or dead.

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