★无忧考网英语听力频道为大家整理的VOA慢速英语:卡蒂・韦弗写的万圣节故事。更多阅读请查看本站频道。 The Boy on Graves-End Road by Caty Weaver By VOA
30 October, 2014
Now, the VOA Special English program American Stories. I'm Pat Bodnar.
October thirty-first is Halloween. In the spirit of this ancient holiday, we present a story written by Special English reporter and producer Caty Weaver. It's called "The Boy on Graves-患有癫痫病6年了，请问要怎么治疗癫痫呢？End Road."
Kelly Ryan was making dinner. Her ten-year-old son Benjamin was watching television in the living room. Or at least she thought he was.
KELLY: "Benny-boy, do you want black beans or red beans?"
BEN: "Red beans, Mama."
Kelly: "Ah! Don't do that, Ben. You scared me half to death! You're going to get it now ... "
Ben had come up quietly right behin湘潭比较好的癫痫医院d her.
(SOUND OF TELEPHONE)
KELLY: "I'll get back to you, stinker!"
Kelly goes to the phone, but as soon as she lays her hand on it, the ringing stops.
KELLY: "How strange. Oh, the beans!"
Kelly turns her attention back to cooking. As soon as she does, the phone rings again.
KELLY: "Honey, can you get that?"
BEN: "Hello? Oh, hi. Yes, I 癫痫小发作应该怎么吃药remember. Sure, it sounds fun. Let me ask my mom. Can you hold? She might wanna talk to your mom. Oh, um, OK. See you tomorrow."
KELLY: "Ben, your rice and beans are on the table. Let's eat."
(SOUND OF DISHES)
KELLY: "So, what was that call about?"
BEN: "That was Wallace Gray. You know him, from class. He wants to play tomorrow. Can I go home with him after school? 鄂州儿童癫痫病好治吗Please, Mom? I get bored around here waiting for you after work."
KELLY: "But, I don't even know his parents. Maybe I should talk to them."
BEN: "You can't, Mom. He was with his babysitter. He said his parents wouldn't be home until late tonight and they would leave before he went to school in the morning. Please Mom, Wallace lives right over on Graves-End Road. It's a fi