新英语900句视频版 第29课:阅读与复习 文本如下：
Gary, my brother. Gary Whitney Crawford, Jr.
He looks just like me, you know, Joana. At least he used to.
你知道的, 琼娜他和我长得一模一样, 至少以前很像.
He's eighteen months older than I am, but as kids we used to wear the same clothes and pretend we were twins!
他比我大十八个月, 但是我们小的时候都穿同样的衣服, 假装我们是双胞胎.
Gary was the greatest brother in the world, and in many ways, he was may father, too.
葛瑞是个全世界最好的哥哥, 在很多方面, 他也可作我爸爸.
Dad didn't have time for me.
He was too busy.
Gary and I went to the same college, but that's when things started to change.
我和葛瑞上同一间大学, 可是到那个时候, 情况就开始转变了,
He studied business.
Why did he study business?
Because my father wanted him to.
He used to study night and day.
I studied art and worked hard at it.
But I had time for my friends, too.
Gary and I saw each other less and less.
When Gary graduated, he went to work for my father.
He stayed at the office until late at night.
He kept to himself a lot.
Like my father, Gary was always busy.
Then one night, Gary and my father had a terrible fight.
后来有一天晚上, 葛瑞和爸爸吵架, 吵得惊天动地.
The next morning Gary moved out.
We never saw him again.
About a year ago, a college friend of mine saw Gary in London.
He was with a woman and a baby.
My friend was sure it was Gary. 我
He never forgets a face.
I would like to write about two people, a man and a woman.
They live quiet lives.
When they go out into the street, no one asks for their autographs, but everyone in their profession knows and respects them.
当他们出门在街上走的时候, 没有人要求他们的亲笔签名, 但是他们的同行都知道他们, 也都尊敬他们,
They work as a team.
The woman is a journalist.
The man is a photographer.
They met on their first job.
They both worked for a famous picture magazine.
She wrote the articles, and he took the photographs.
The magazine sent them all over the world to cover important events.
They won many awards and medals.
One day the magazine went bankrupt.
Many other magazines and newspapers offered them positions,
but at this point the man and the woman decided to work independently.
She decided she wanted to write a book about her experiences at the magazine.
He wanted to work on a photographic essay on bonsai.
For once, they did not worry about deadlines and editors.
They enjoyed their work and grew professionally.
Their books were successful.
When they finished their separate projects,
they decided to work as a team again.
Now they are ready to go, day or night, on a moment's notice.
When there are earthquakes in Honduras, they are there.
When there are battles in the Middle East, they are there.
When there are local tragedies, they are there, too.
My parents are a great team.
Look at all those people.
They all have good jobs and houses in the country.
OK., maybe all of them don't have houses in the country, but they probably have more than you.
Laura, stop it.
Don't feel so sorry for yourself.
Nobody likes to get out and look for a job.
I'm getting depressed again.
It's time for a change.
Maybe I'll meet someone in an elevator, and he'll offer me a wonderful job.
My worries will be over.
Stop it, Laura. Be realistic.
Yes, it's time for a change.
I hate offices.
I don't hate work - that's why I got the job with Crawford - but I don't like offices.
I don't feel human in an office.
I'd rather work with people than with files and typewriters.
I could be a real estate agent, a travel agent,
a... anything, as long as it isn't boring.
Claire's going to law school.
Crawford's son, what's his name? ...Michael, Yes.
He wants to be an artist.
Henry Leeds likes his job.
He doesn't want to do anything else.
It is possible to be happy at your job.
I could teach Spanish.
No, I don't have the patience.
I think I'd to be my own boss.
I like to sew.
Maybe I could open a small dress shop.
I wonder how much you need to start a shop.
My head is spinning.
I must be getting hungry.
I'm tired, too.
Maybe I'm getting a cold.
No. You're not getting a cold.
You're just depressed. And scared.
A dress shop. I'll have to think about that.
Would you like to order now?