背景音乐：Kelly Clarkson - Get Up
搭配范文 Text 2
go off 爆炸；消失；响起；进行；变质；熄灭
turn on\off 打开\关闭
get up 起床
keep on 反复地做，继续做
put on 穿上（注意：put-on 做作的，假装的）
plug in 插入
use up 用完
pop up 弹出，突然出现
let out\in 放出\放进
wash out 洗掉
run out of 用完
hang up 悬挂，挂断（电话）
come across 偶遇
care for 照顾
give away 赠送
pick up 捡起；收集；接人；偶然结识；站起，扶起；学会；逮捕；振作精神
see about 考虑，查询；注意，处理；料理
set out 规划；展现；摆放，布置；提出（理由）；栽种（树苗等）；阐述，说明；出发；开始；打算
Getting Up with the Js
The alarm clock in Mr. and Mrs. J's bedroom goes off at 6:30 A.M. Sleepily, Mr. J reaches toward it to turn it off. He gives up trying to reach it.
By now Mrs. J is awake. She turns on the light beside the bed and shakes her husband. "It's time to get up, George," she tells him.
"Aw, don't," he mutters. But she keeps on shaking him until he is too awake. He sits up, but his eyes are still closed. Finally he stands up.
Mrs. J puts on a bathrobe. Mr. J goes in to take a shower and, awake at last, goes downstairs to set the table. In the kitchen Mrs. J plugs in the coffee maker. She wants to boil eggs but remembers that they used up the eggs yesterday. She puts bread into the toaster and waits for it to pop up. Mr. J puts cereal milk and juice on the table.
Then Mrs. J lets out the cat. She calls the sixteen-year-old twins. “Breakfast!” She shouts. “Jim! Jane!”
In a few minutes all four are at the table. "What in the world were you doing?" Jim asks Jane.
"I forgot to wash out my clothes last night, so this morning I hunted this things to wear."
"I thought you had given those old things away long ago," Jim tells her. "They look shabby."
"Leave me alone!" She says angrily.
"Children," Mrs. J begs, "please don't get into a fight. I'm running out of patience with both of you. I don't feel like listening to another argument. Tom did not often argue before he left for college. Jane, you should put your clothes away. Then you could find something better to wear. I've told you both again and again, please hang up your clothes."
George J is reading the newspaper. He laughs softly. "If you come across something funny or even interesting, you might let us in on it," his wife says.
"I'm just looking at the sports pages, Edna," he tells her. "You usually don't care for professional sports."
She goes to see about the cat and lets it in. The twins pick up their schoolbooks and go to school. George puts his coat on. As he sets out for work, he says to his wife, "Have a good day, Edna."