雪中的柑橘
Oranges in the Snow

  • 作   者:

    菲利普·伯罗斯(英),马克·福斯特(英)
    Phillip Burrows; Mark Foster

  • 译   者:

    刘艺姝

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    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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这是一个互动故事,你是一名科学家,实验室有一朵神奇的小花,它可以帮助人们在黑暗中看到东西。可是,这朵小花丢了,你的助手乔也不见了。你必须在一定的时间内把这朵花找回来。

You are the famous scientist Mary Durie working in a laboratory in Alaska. You have a special flower in your labratory. It can help people to see in the dark.But someone steals it. You have to find it back.

你是一位著名的科学家,正在和你的助手乔一起在实验室工作。你在对一朵小花进行实验。这朵花很特别,它可以帮助人们在黑暗中看到东西。但是有人拿走了这朵特别的花,你也找不到乔了。他就是小偷吗,还是另有其人?你接下来会怎么做呢?你会去乔的房间,还是在实验室里寻找,又或者打电话给你的老板呢?注意——只有一种方法可以重新找回这朵特别的花。但是你要迅速行动——时间不多了。

You are a famous scientist, and you are working in a laboratory with your assistant Joe. You are doing an experiment on a small flower. It is a very special flower because it can help people to see in the dark. But then somebody takes the special flower, and you can't find Joe. Is he the thief, or is it another person? What do you do next? Do you go to Joe's room, or do you look in the laboratory, or do you telephone your boss? Be careful – there is only one way to find the special flower again. But move quickly – there is not much time.

 这是个寒冷、刮着风的夜晚,实验室外有只狗在嚎叫。你是著名的科学家玛丽·迪里。你手中拿着一朵小花。它长在阿拉斯加州,十分特别。你认为它可以帮助人们在黑暗中看到东西。

The night is cold and windy. Outside the laboratory a dog howls. You are Mary Durie, the famous scientist. In your hand is a small flower. It grows in Alaska and it is very special. It can help people to see in the dark, you think.

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  • 内容简介
  • ORANGES IN THE SNOW
  • Oranges in the Snow
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