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Bettie Van Metre had good reason to hate the Civil War. One of her brother was killed at Gettysburg, another taken prisoner. Then her young husband, James, a Confederate officer, was captured and sent to an unknown prison camp somewhere. 
One hot day in late September Dick Runner, a former slave, came to Bettie with a strange report. He had been checking a farmhouse half a mile away from the Van Metre home, a farmhouse he thought was empty. But inside, he heard low groans. Following them to the attic, he found a wounded Union soldier, with a rifle at his side.
When Aunt Bettie told me about her first sight of the bearded man in the stained blue uniform, she always used the same words. "It was like walking into a nightmare: those awful bandages, that dreadful smell. That's what war is really like, child: no bugles and banners. Just pain and filth, futility and death."
To Bettie Van Metre this man was not an enemy but rather a suffering human being. She gave him water and tried to clean his terrible wounds. Then she went out into the cool air and leaned against the house, trying not to be sick as she thought of what she had seen —— that smashed right hand, that missing left leg.
The man's papers Bettie found in the attic established his identity: Lt. Henry Bedell, Company D, 11th Vermont Volunteers, 30 year old. She knew that she should report the presence of this Union officer to the Confederate army. But she also knew that she would not do it. This is how she explained it to me: "I kept wondering if he had a wife somewhere, waiting, and hoping, and not knowing —— just as I was. It seemed to me that the only thing that mattered was to get her husband back to her."
Slowly, patiently, skillfully, James Van Metre's wife fanned the spark of life that flickered in Henry Bedell. Of drugs or medicines she had almost none. And she was not willing to take any from the few supplies at the Confederate hospital. But she did the best she could with what she had.

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2008-03-26 回答
Bettie Van Metre had good reason to hate the Civil War. 
贝蒂 范 密特(人名)有很好的理由去痛恨内战。
One of her brother was killed at Gettysburg, another taken prisoner.
两个弟弟一名在戈蒂斯堡战死,一名被抓进了监狱。
 Then her young husband, James, a Confederate officer, was captured and sent to an unknown prison camp somewhere. 
他年轻的丈夫詹姆斯,一名盟军军官也相继被俘,并被送往一个不知名的集中营。
One hot day in late September Dick Runner, a former slave, came to Bettie with a strange report. 
九月下旬的一个热天,本是奴隶的迪克莱纳给贝蒂带来一个奇怪的消息。
He had been checking a farmhouse half a mile away from the Van Metre home, a farmhouse he thought was empty. 
他检查过了一个离贝蒂家不远的,他本以为是空空如也的农舍。
But inside, he heard low groans. Following them to the attic, he found a wounded Union soldier, with a rifle at his side.
但是他听见了里面传来的低吟声。寻声来到阁楼,他发现了一个联盟军(他丈夫的敌人),旁边还放着把来福枪。
When Aunt Bettie told me about her first sight of the bearded man in the stained blue uniform, she always used the same words.
当贝蒂姨妈告诉我她第一眼看见这个穿着褪色蓝军装的小胡子男人起,她就反复的唠叨着。
 "It was like walking into a nightmare: those awful bandages, that dreadful smell. That's what war is really like, child: no bugles and banners. Just pain and filth, futility and death."
(貌似歌曲或诗歌)“这就像步入一场噩梦:那些可恶的绷带,恶心的味道。那就是真正的战争,儿童(们喊道):我们不需要那些军号和标语。那些毫无益处,只会带来痛苦,不堪和死亡。”
To Bettie Van Metre this man was not an enemy but rather a suffering human being.
对贝蒂 范 密特来说这个人不能算是敌人而是饱受战争之苦的人。 
She gave him water and tried to clean his terrible wounds.
她给他端来了水并为他清洗伤口。
 Then she went out into the cool air and leaned against the house, trying not to be sick as she thought of what she had seen —— that smashed right hand, that missing left leg.
之后她倚着自己的屋子站在冷风中,强忍着不去想脑中浮现的一切:被炸断的右手和丢失的左腿。
The man's papers Bettie found in the attic established his identity: Lt. Henry Bedell, Company D, 11th Vermont Volunteers, 30 year old. 
贝蒂在阁楼发现了这个男人的军官证:上尉.亨利 贝德尔.D 团,第11志愿军,30岁。
She knew that she should report the presence of this Union officer to the Confederate army.
她知道她应当像盟军长官报告这个人的出现。
 But she also knew that she would not do it.
但她放弃了(她知道她不能这么做)。
 This is how she explained it to me: "I kept wondering if he had a wife somewhere, waiting, and hoping, and not knowing —— just as I was. It seemed to me that the only thing that mattered was to get her husband back to her."
她是这么和我解释的:“我想她的妻子可能一直在某个地方期盼着杳无音信的丈夫的归来----就像我一样。我不能成为他们相见的绊脚石。
Slowly, patiently, skillfully, James Van Metre's wife fanned the spark of life that flickered in Henry Bedell. 
经过贝蒂 范 密特慢慢的,耐心的,娴熟的护理,亨利贝德尔重燃生命之火。
Of drugs or medicines she had almost none. And she was not willing to take any from the few supplies at the Confederate hospital. But she did the best she could with what she had.
她用尽了所有的药,竭尽了全力,却丝毫没有像盟军医院求助。

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! 8级
2008-03-25 回答
bettie范米,有足够的理由去恨内战。她的一名兄弟被打死在葛底斯堡,另一被俘。那么,她的年轻丈夫,詹姆斯,建立邦联的人员,被抓,并派出了一个不为人知的监狱营地某处。 
一个炎热天,在9月下旬迪克亚军,前奴隶来到bettie同一个奇怪的报告。他曾检查一个农舍半英里以外的面包车米院,一间农舍,他的想法是空的。但内部人士说,他听到轻微的呻吟。以下为他们在阁楼上,他发现了一名受伤的联盟士兵,以步枪站在他的身旁。 
当姑姑bettie告诉我,她第一次看到了大胡子的男子,在染色的蓝色制服,她总是用同样的话。 "它像走进了一场恶梦:那些可怕的绷带,那个可怕的味道,那绝对是战争是真的很喜欢,儿童:不bugles和横幅。刚才的痛苦和污物,是徒劳和死亡" 。 
以bettie范米,这名男子不是敌人,而是一个痛苦的人。她给了他的水,并试图清理他的可怕伤口。然后她出去到凉爽的空气和倾身对房子,尽量不生病,因为她想到了什么,她看到了-这粉碎了右手,即失踪左腿。 
该名男子的论文bettie发现,在小阁楼上建立了自己的身份:中将亨利贝代尔,公司的发展,第11届佛蒙特州志愿者, 30岁。她知道她要报道存在这种联盟干事,以邦联军队。但她也知道她不会去做。这是她如何解释,它给我说: "我一直在想,如果他有一个妻子在某处等待,并希望,不知道-正如我刚才是,它似乎是对我说,只有一件事,最重要的是得到她的丈夫回了她" 。 
慢慢地,耐心地,熟练,詹姆斯范米的妻子纷星火生活中闪烁,在亨利贝代尔。药物或中药,她几乎没有。她是不会愿意采取任何从数用品邦联医院。但她的确最好,她能与她所
2008-03-25 回答
bettie范・ Metre有充足的理由恨内战。 她的一个兄弟在Gettysburg,别的被杀害了被采取的囚犯。 然后她的年轻丈夫,詹姆斯,一名同盟官员,被抓住了并且派遣了到一个未知的囚犯集中营某处。 在9月下旬迪克赛跑者,一名前奴隶的One热的天,来了到与一个奇怪的报告的Bettie。 他检查一个远离范・ Metre家,他认为是空的农舍的农舍一半每英里。 但是里面,他听见了低呻吟。 跟随他们对顶楼,他找到一位受伤的联合战士,有步枪的在他的边。
When Bettie伯母告诉了我关于她的有胡子的人的第一视域被弄脏的蓝色制服的,她总是使用了同样词。 “它是象走入恶梦: 那些可怕的绷带,那个令人恐惧的气味。 那是什么战争真正地是象,孩子: 没有军号和横幅。 痛苦和秽、无用和死亡”。
To Bettie范・ Metre这个人是没有敌人,而是宁可遭受的人。 她给了他水并且设法清洗他可怕的创伤。 然后她出去了入凉快的空气并且倾斜了反对房子,设法不是病作为她认为什么她看了¡ ª捣毁右手,缺掉左腿的¡ ª。
The Bettie在顶楼发现的人的纸建立了他的身分: lt. Henry ・ Bedell, Company D,第11佛蒙特志愿, 30岁。 她知道她应该这名协会官员存在向同盟军报告。 但是她也知道她不会做它。 这是她怎么解释了它给我: “我继续想知道他是否有一个妻子某处,等待和希望和不知道¡ ª ¡ ª正我是。 似乎给我事关的唯一的事是得到她的丈夫回到她”。
Slowly,耐心地,熟练地,詹姆斯・范・ Metre的妻子扇动了在亨利Bedell闪烁的活力。 药物或医学她什么都没有几乎。 并且她不是愿意在同盟医院采取其中任一从少数供应。 但是她竭尽全力她可能与的什么她有。
2008-03-25 回答
求英语初中1—6册CD