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历下区无痛人流手术多少钱历城区儿童医院网上预约咨询1. I'm just browsing.   我只是随便看看。  在美国逛街买衣,"I'm just browsing." 和 "I'm just looking." 这两句一定要先学会。因为一般当你走进一家店时,们通常都会走过来亲切地和你打招呼,问你 "May I help you?" (需要帮忙吗?) 或是 "Are you looking for something?" (你想找什么衣吗?) 如果你只是想随便看一看,不妨客气地跟她说声,"I'm just browsing." 或是 "I'm just looking." 这样子她们就不会继续纠缠下去,会让你在店里随便逛。像我家人来探望我时,我都先交代他们要学会这两句,因为我不希望美国人觉得我们东方人很不礼貌,别人好心问你,你却装作一副没听到的样子。(其实是英语不好,不敢开口。)  但如果你是真的要找某一件特定的商品,比方说你想找一件高领的毛衣,你就可以说,"I'm looking for a turtle neck sweater. Could you help me?" (我在找一件高领的毛衣能帮我一下吗?) 或是 "Do you have any turtle neck sweater?" (你们有卖高领的毛衣吗?)   2. May I try this on?   我能试穿这一件吗?  在美国大部份卖衣的地方都是允许试穿的,所以通常要是我看上了某件衣,我通常就直接拿去试穿了,不会再画蛇添足地问说,"May I try this on?" 要是不知道试衣间在哪里的话,则可以问店员,"Where is the fitting room?" (试衣间在哪里?) 。但是如果是不太确定能不能试穿的话,特别像是在大拍卖的时候,或是有些男生的衬衫是摺好用别针固定的,则这时候最好还是问店员一声,"May I try this on?" 免得作出一些愚蠢的事。  有时候在试衣间前面会坐著一个晚娘面孔的女人,在你进去之前她会挡住你的去路,问你,"How many?" 这时你就要告诉她你拿了几件衣,例如三件的话你就说,"Three." 这时她会给你一块上面写著 3 的牌,在你进去之前要把这个牌子挂上你的门上,表示你进去的时候是三件,出来的时候也要是三件才行。  3. I like this tank top. It goes with my baggy jeans.   我喜欢这件背心,它跟我的布袋牛仔裤很合。  人家都说美国人比欧洲人和日本人不重视穿著,据我的观察也是如此,美国女生的标准穿著通常是一件 T-shirt 或是露出肚脐的小可爱背心 (tank top),再配上一件牛仔裤 (jeans)。男生的话也差不多,只差不会把肚脐露出来而已。  上面提到这个 tank top,就是中文里所讲的背心,也就是那种无袖的上衣。有一种男生穿的纯白的背心,看起来像内衣一样的 tank top,老美把这种 tank top 戏称为 wife-beater。因为他们觉得会穿这种背心的人通常有结实的肌肉而且手臂上会有刺青。这给人的感觉就是回家之后喜欢打老婆,所以这种 white tank top 就被腻称为 wife-beater。   baggy 这个字是宽松的意思,有一种男生穿的宽宽松松的短裤就叫 baggy pants。而 baggy jeans 则是指「布袋」牛仔裤。其它正常一点的牛仔裤的样式还有有诸如直筒裤 (straight jeans)、靴型裤 (boot cut jeans) 等等 。这些名词各位不必特别去记它,因为一般卖牛仔裤的柜子旁都有贴示意图,只要在买裤子时会按图索骥即可。  4. Could you help me pick up a dressy dress?  你能不能帮我挑一件美美的礼?  上面所讲的美国人不太重视穿著是指平常的时候,但在正式的场合给她们一打扮起来,我只能说,"I am astonished!" (太震惊了!) 她们几乎每个人都有一套所谓的 dress,就是那种正式的礼,配上西方女生特有的傲人双峰,再加上高跟鞋一穿,浓妆一抹,让每个女生看起来都像是好莱坞里的女明星,让我觉得有些自惭形秽。所以我说美国的女生穿著不是很阳光很健康,就是很正式很性感,很少看到介于两个极端之间的穿著。 相对的东方的女生打扮就比较典雅精致,比较有日本风味,但平常的时候跟正式的场合就感觉不出有很大的差别。  所以 dress 一般指的是女生正式的装,特别是那种低胸 (low cut) 连身带裙子的礼 (evening gown),有时候我们还可以用 dressy 来强调这件 dress 很漂亮很时髦, 例如,"Her dressy dress really caught my eyes." (她漂亮的礼吸引了我的目光。) 而 dress up 则是男生和女生都可以用的一个片语,意指作正式的穿著打扮,女生 dress up 的话当然就是穿 dress 了,而男生 dress up 的话自然就是穿西装打领带了。例如,"Lulu is dressed up today. She looks so nice." (露露今天穿著很正式,她看起来好美。) 建议各位当你不管看到任何女生 dress up 出现时不妨赞美她 "I like your dress!" 或是 "You look so nice today!" 我想不管任何人听到你赞美她都会很高兴的。  5. I don't like too much cleavage.   我不喜欢太暴露。  Cleavage 这个字在英文里有一个有趣的解释,就是指女生胸部之间的低垂部份,特别是指当女生穿低胸的礼时,会若隐若现的「乳沟」。但是一般提到 cleavage 这个字其实就是指「暴露」而言。例如朋友试图游说你买一件低胸礼,你就可以回答,"I don't like too much cleavage." (我不喜欢太露的衣。) 或是 "My mom will kill me if she sees too much cleavage." (如果让我妈妈看到我露太多,她会杀了我的。)  想当然尔,男生常常会拿女生的 cleavage 来开玩笑,例如电视上看到的,"She's got so much cleavage that she can hide a fully-equipped platoon in between there." (她露太多了,多到可以让一整个排的兵力,带著全副武装躲在里面。)   6. I just want to buy some off-the-rack clothes.   我只想随便买一些现成的衣。  Rack 指的是一般在商店中用来吊衣的衣架,所以 off-the-rack 指的是那种由工厂大量制造的成衣,通常暗指很普通、不是特别好的衣。例如我朋友问我,"Your jacket looks very nice. Where did you get it?" (你的外套很好看,是在哪买的啊?) 事实上那件外套是我在某夜市所抢来的地摊货,但英文里没有「地摊货」这样的讲法,所以我就可以回答他,"It's just something off-the-rack." (只是件普通的衣啦!)   相较于 off-the-rack 这种便宜的衣,custom-made 或是 tailor-made 指的是「量身定做」的。例如,"I need to get a custom-made tuxedo for my wedding." (我必须为了我的婚礼去买一件量身定作的燕尾。)  7. This shirt is very stylish and not very expensive.   这件衬衫看起来很时髦,而且不会很贵。  当我们要称赞某一件衣时髦的时候,我们可以用 good-looking, stylish 或是 becoming 来形容。Good-looking 是单纯的好看, stylish 则是好看之外还非常地时髦,而 becoming 则是指穿在你身上之后非常合适而好看。所以要是你陪好朋友去买衣,他挑了一件看起来不错的衬衫,你就可以说,"It's very good-looking." ; "It's very stylish." 或是 "It's very becoming to (on) you." /200803/29277山东省济南儿童医院护理 摘要:美国对小学一年级到12年级的孩子实行强制性义务教育,孩子们必须在学校里读完12年,或者至少要到16岁。公立学校的的确确是免费的:不收书本费,不收音乐课费用,不收体育课费用。In the US we have free compulsory public education for all children from grade 1 to grade 12. Children must stay in school through grade 12, or at least until they are 16. Public schooling is truly free: no book fees, no music fees, no athletic fees. Books are handed out at the beginning of the school year and must be returned at the end. Most schools supply paper, pencils, erasers, calculators, computers, art supplies and musical instruments.I have been a primary-school teacher for over 30 years. I teach English in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to pupils who are members of racial minorities. Currently I work with Haitian immigrant children who do not speak English when they enter school. Their families come from a country where violence is all too common. Haitian schools are often closed; indeed, in the past ten years, there has not been a single complete school year. Grinding poverty results in a very low level of literacy. Parents seldom have funds for books, paper or pencils. When the children of such families arrive in the US, they are woefully unprepared to compete with their middle-class agemates. How should we teachers help them to learn, especially to learn English?We surround the child with spoken English, encouraging them to use any words they pick up and ignoring all mistakes. We books aloud, ask questions and constantly encourage responses. A child may start with one word, for examplewater, but by day 3 he can say, "Me water," and by day 5, "I want water." Language grows from small beginnings as the teacher constantly prods the child to use single words and to make longer utterances as he learns. When the child is using English, we do not correct errors in pronunciation. We see such mistakes as the act of practicing a new skill. By trying out his new English skills, the pupil will improve on his own. If he is corrected each time, he will become reluctant to keep trying. We do not teach English by having the students memorize words. Instead we start by teaching phonics, which is the study of the sounds that letters make. Phonics provides children with a code: pupils learn individual letter sounds and then learn how letters work in groups. As students progress in phonics, they can new words on their own because they know how individual letters probably sound.English-speaking students are also taught phonics, but phonics is particularly important for second-language learners. We start teaching the sounds of the alphabet to pupils unable to speak English from the very first day they set foot in the classroom, no matter how few English words they know.I was amazed to find that primary-school teachers in China do not use phonics in teaching children how to . It seems a gargantuan task to teach a pupil to memorize every word he needs to know, much as if the child were being asked to shovel a huge pile of sand, with the shovel shut away. Phonics is a code that unlocks word construction. It empowers the child to learn by putting small pieces together.Right now I am learning Chinese and am happy to discover that the vocabulary is not too difficult. Having learned dong, nan, xi and men, suddenly I can build six or seven words: dongmen, ximen, nanmen, xinanmen. Phonic knowledge operates quite similarly. Suppose I teach a child an, ran, man, can. I then can teach and,stand, land, band. Give the child her, der-, -ing and un- and he can build or recognize under, then understand, and finally understanding. Phonics teaches word families such as cat, bat, fat, flat. Later on we might build catty, batting, fatter, flatten. These words do not need to be memorized because they are built up from small phonic units that children can use in many different combinations. This is a constructionist approach to learning: the children are given the phonic tools to construct and sound out new words by themselves. Test results show that my students make from one to three years' progress within one school year. Our immigrant children, members of racial minorities, are beginning to close the enormous gap in achievement between minority and majority students. /200905/69542一般美国家庭中,孩子们称父母为Dad,Mom,Daddy,Mommy,Pa,Ma等。兄弟之间则一律直呼其名。有时也会听到哥哥弟弟称们为Sis.对爸爸妈妈的父母统称grandparents.实在需要说明时,可以说paternal/maternal grandparents或grandparents on my mother's side/on my father's side.  另外,常听人称祖母为Nana,同中文的“奶奶”很接近,据说是来自“奶妈”“保姆”(Nanny)一词。  结婚以后,有的家庭鼓励夫妻双方称对方的父母为父母,而有些父母则更愿意让女婿、儿媳直呼其名。据说,这跟家庭的“阶层”有关:一般蓝领阶层家庭似乎愿意让女婿、儿媳称父母;而白领家庭则更愿意保持一定距离。  对父母的兄弟的孩子们,一概称Cousin,属于first cousin.而second cousin是指远房堂兄弟或远房表兄弟(即父母的堂表兄弟的子女),同属一个曾祖父母的血缘关系。不管多复杂的关系,在美语里,也只能说“This is my second cousin."  对父母的兄弟,称Uncle和Aunt.后面一般都带上他们的名字,比如Uncle Jim或Aunt Betty等。所以,在美国,别指望同事和朋友的孩子们经常叫你“叔叔、阿姨”。内容来自: /201108/150290滨州中医院妇科专家大夫

天桥区人民医院做人流好吗College courses aren’t all “Econ 1011” and “The History of Europe: 1500-Present”. A trend among many colleges and universities is to offer courses that are slightly off the beaten track . Many of these courses draw their themes from pop culture or sports, or they may be the brainchildren of professors who want to share their passion with students. They may be no less serious than traditional courses, but they certainly cover new academic ground. Students take these off beat courses for a variety of reasons—hoping for an easy A, to try something fun, or to explore a new interest.大学里开设的课程并不都是像“经济学导论”和“欧洲史:1500年至今”这样的课程。目前在许多高校中有一种趋势,就是开设一些稍微偏离常规的课程。在这些课程中,许多都是从流行文化或体育运动中选取主题,这些主题也可能是那些想与学生分享自己的教授们的想法。这些课程可能不比传统的课程逊色,而它们的确涉及到了新的学术领域。学生们之所以选修这些非正统的课程,理由可谓多种多样——有的希望轻松地得到A,有的想尝试一下好玩的东西,或是想探索新的兴趣领域。 1) You can boldly go where no other philosophy student has gone before in Georgetown University’s “Philosophy and Star Trek” course, where students discuss the nature of time travel, the ability of computers to think and feel, and other philosophical dilemmas facing the crew of the Starship Enterprise.在乔治城大学开设的“哲学与《星际旅行》”课上,你可以大胆地向其他任何学哲学的学生都未曾涉足的领域进军。在这门课上,学生们讨论时间旅行的性质、计算机思考与感知的能力,以及“进取号星舰” 乘务组所面临的其他哲学困境。 /200912/91352济南真爱妇产医院是私立的么? Hey, it’s Ben, from The Modern Man. One of the cool techniques I talk about at the Dating Power seminar is the Caller Guessing Technique. This is a very interesting and unique technique that you can use when you make that first phone call to a girl to really avoid that awkward moment, that awkward tension that usually happens when you make that first call. So, check it out.大家好,我是“现代男人”的本。我在“约会能力”培训班中谈到的一个很棒的技巧便是“揣测谁的来电”。这是一个非常有趣而且非常独特的技巧,它能帮助你在第一次给某个女孩打电话的时候避免尴尬——这种尴尬的紧张情绪通常在你们的这种初次通话中出现。嗯,来听听吧。 /201009/112889济南哪家医院做流产

济南怀孕初期流血1. Hey, look at the chick over there.  看看在那边的女孩。 Chick 这个字代表的就是女孩子,各位不要跟chic(时尚)这个字给搞混了。chick这个字念起来就像是chicken前面一部分?所以蛮好认的。一般而言chick 和girl是可以交互使用的,例如,她是个十三岁的女孩,就是She is a thirteen-year-old chick. /200911/90235 Skinny or underweight women at greater risk of miscarriage 研究表明:过瘦女性易流产According to a new study, thin or skinny women who get pregnant are 72 percent more likely to miscarry in the first three months of pregnancy than their normal weight counterparts. However, the risk can be reduced up to 50 percent by eating the right food or taking multivitamins like folic acid, say researchers. The researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine carried out their study on 603 British women aged 18 to 55 who had miscarried within three months of getting pregnant. B reports that the new research also indicated that eating fruit and vegetables, and also chocolate, helped reduce the risk of miscarriage. Those classed as underweight had had a body mass index under 18.5. Additionally, unmarried women or those living with a partner were also at a greater risk than those who "planned" their pregnancies. Planning parents were 40 per cent less likely to miscarry than those for whom conception was an accident. The research also discovered that woman who separated from their partners after becoming pregnant increased her odds of a miscarriage by 60 per cent. If a woman has had a previous abortion, it also raised the chances of a subsequent miscarriage by more than 60 percent, while fertility problems were associated with 41 per cent higher odds. The research leader, Noreen Maconochie, a senior lecturer at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine said, "The findings related to low pre-pregnancy weight, previous termination, stress and change of partner are noteworthy, and we suggest further work be initiated in other study populations." 一项最新研究表明,过瘦的女性在怀前三个月流产的几率比正常体重的女性高72%。但据研究人员介绍,合理的饮食及摄取如叶酸等多种维生素可将这一风险降低至50%。 伦敦卫生及热带医学院的研究人员对603名年龄在18至55岁之间的英国女性进行了调查,这些女性均有怀前三个月内流产的经历。 据英国广播公司报道,这项最新研究还发现,女性在怀期间多吃水果、蔬菜和巧克力也有助于降低流产的风险。 体重指数低于18.5的人被认定为“过瘦”。 此外,未婚女性和同居女性意外怀后流产的风险比“有计划”怀的女性高。“有计划”怀的女性流产几率比意外怀的女性低40%。 研究同时发现,女性在怀期间与伴侣分居,发生流产的可能性要比正常情况高60%。 此外,有堕胎史及有生育问题的女性流产几率分别高出60%和41%。 研究小组组长、伦敦卫生及热带医学院高级讲师诺琳·麦克诺奇说:“这些研究结果很有意义,体重过轻、有过堕胎史、压力过大及与伴侣分居等易造成流产的几个因素应引起女性的注意,同时我们希望这一研究能尽快在别国进行。”Vocabulary:miscarry:to have a miscarriage; abort(流产)odd:the ratio of probability of the occurence of an event(几率;可能性) /200802/26550章丘区儿童医院做彩超B超价格济南市真爱妇科怎么样好吗

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