廷隆 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

[英文]英文中翻英?

在兩年前的時候~那時候我在高雄當兵~就在要放假的時候~我很開心的準備要回家~回家途中我再火車站附近逛街購物停留了一會兒~到了要去坐車時才發現自己的錢包和手機已經被扒走了~當時我非常的慌張~並且到剛去過的地方一一找尋~但是並沒有找到~天色已經暗下來~我又身無分文~想鼓起勇氣試著跟路人說明原因並借車費~但是沒有人願意停下來聽我說~直到最後有個婦女~他幫助了我~並借我錢回家~我想留下他的聯絡方式好把錢還給他~但是他堅決不肯~那時候我真的很感動~就匆忙的道謝然後回家去~到現在我依然沒有機會回報他~如果能再次見到他~我一定會好好像他說一句~謝謝~

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  • Tang
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    1 decade ago
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    Two years ago,I served in the military in Kaohsiung. By the time when I started having my vacation, I fooled around, and shopped for awhile near the train station. After few hours shopping, I found my wallet was gone. I was nervous, and I tried to walked through the streets I had been. But, I still coldn't find my wallet. I tried to tell some passengers that I lost my purse, and I was asking the possibility to borrow money from them. Still, no one wanted to help. Till a woman came, she listened what I have suffered, and lent me some money. I told her I wanted to return her the money, and she said it is not necessary. I really have no other ways to express how gratitude I was, and till now I still have no chances to repay her. If I could meet her once more, I would say thank you to her because what she gave was not only the money but also the priceless love that I have never had.

    Source(s): Myself
  • 1 decade ago

    Two years ago, I served in the army in Kaohsiung. By the time the vacation began, I prepared to go home happily. On my way home, I stayed and shopped near the train station for a moment. By the time I went to get on the train, I found that my wallet and cellphone were stolen. I was nervous at that time, and I tried to search the places that I had been to. However, I didn't find my wallet. The sky became dark, and I had no money. I tried to muster up my courage to tell the passerbys the reason that my wallet was stolen and borrowed some money. Nevertheless, there were no one willing to hear me. At last, a woman helped me; she lent me money. I wanted to know how to contact with her, but she insisted it's unnecessary. I was really moved at that time, and I thanked her in a rush and then went back to my home. I didn't have the chance to repay her until now. If I could meet her again, I would tell her "thank you" in earnest.

    Source(s): me
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