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ulius Caesar尤里乌斯.凯撒Nearly two thousand years ago there lived in Rome a man whose name was Julius Caesar. He was the greatest of all the Romans. Why was he so great?大约两千年前,罗马有一个名叫尤利乌斯·凯撒的人他是全体罗马人中最伟大的人他为什么这么伟大呢?He was a brave warrior,and had conquered many countries Rome. He was wise in planning and doing. He knew how to make men both love and fear him.他是个勇敢的战士,为罗马征了许多国家他计划周密,办事精明他懂得如何让人们既爱他又怕他At last he made himself the ruler of Rome. Some said he wished to become its king. But the Romans at that time did not believe in kings.最后他让自己当上了罗马的统治者有人说他想成为罗马国王但那时候罗马并不信任国王Once when Caesar was passing through a little country village, all the men, women and children of the place came out to see him. There were not more than fifty of them, all together, and they were led by their mayor,who told each one what to do.有一次,凯撒途经一个小村庄,这个地方的男女老少都出来看他总共不到50人,由他们的市长率领市长告诉每一个人做什么:These simple people stood by the roadside and watched Caesar pass. The mayor looked very proud and happy; was he not the ruler of this village? He felt that he was almost as great as Caesar himself.这些纯朴的人站在路边看着凯撒走过市长看上去既骄傲又得意,难道不是因为他是这个村庄的统治者吗?他感到自己几乎像凯撒一样伟大了Some of the ranking officers who were with Caesar laughed. They said, ;See how that fellow struts at the head of his little flock!”随同凯撒的一些高级官员都笑了他们说:“看,这群人前头的那个家伙有多神气呀!”;Laugh as you will.; said Caesar, he has reason to be proud. ;I would rather be the head man of a village than the second man in Rome!;“你们想怎么笑就怎么笑吧,”凯撒说他有他骄傲的理由“我宁愿做一村之长,也不做罗马的第二号人物”At another time, Caesar was crossing a narrow sea in a boat. Bee he was half way to the farther shore, a storm overtook him. The wind blew hard; the waves dashed high; the lightning flashed; the thunder rolled.还有一次,凯撒乘小船横渡一个不宽的海面划出还不到一半的路程时,遇到了暴风雨风猛烈地刮着,波浪冲天,电闪雷鸣It seemed every minute as though the boat would sink. The captain was in great fright. He had crossed the sea many times, but never in such a storm as this. He trembled with fear; he could not guide the boat; he fell down upon his knees; he moaned, ;All is lost! All is lost!;看上去这条船马上就要沉没了船长害怕极了他曾多次横渡大海,但是从没有遇到过这样的暴风雨他吓得浑身发抖,无法再掌舵了他跪下嘟咬着:“全完了!全完了!”But Caesar was not afraid. He bade the man get up and take his oars again. ;Why should you be afraid?; he said.;The boat will not be lost; you have Caesar on board.;但是凯撒一点也不害怕他吩咐那个人站起来,重新拿起浆来“你为什么害怕呢?”他问“这条船不会沉没的,因为凯撒在船上” 3861。

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