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品牌口语00句(6):白费力气 --5 :30: 来源: 每天背 句,你能坚持多久?1. You’re squaring the circle.不要白费力气了. The first goal was just a fluke.第一个球是蒙进去的3. We vet all applicants.我们要详细调查所有的申请人. Tailored teaching is the name of the game.因材施教最重要#9658;the name of the game 问题的关键,事情的实质,事物的本质e.g. In fishing, patience is the name of the game. 钓鱼的关键就是要有耐心5. I tell the class in my opening salvo.每次开新课我都会跟学生讲清楚6. Bodies were strewn everywhere.尸横遍野7. It went off half-cocked.走火了#9658;go off at half cock 走火;仓促行事,操之过急(指计划、典礼等尚未安排就绪即行开始);发怒,发脾气e.g. Attention, please, dont go off at half cock. 请注意,不要仓促行事8. She made a splash with the song.这首歌让她一夜成名9. Don’t be so argumentative.你怎么老抬扛啊?#9658;make a splash 一炮打响,一举成名,引人注目,大肆炫耀,大张旗鼓. She gave me the once-over.她迅速打量了我一下#9658;once-over 浏览一遍;草率的工作;草草过目e.g. She gave the apartment a once-over. 她匆匆扫视了一下那间公寓 品牌口语The History of Chemistry Chemistry did not emerge as a science until after the scientific revolution in the seventeenth century and then only rather slowly and laboriously. But chemical knowdedge is as old as history, being almost entirely concerned with the practical arts of living. Cooking is essentially a chemical process; so is the melting of metals and the administration of drugs and poisons. This basic chemical knowledge, which was applied in most cases as a rule of thumb, was nevertheless dependent on previous experiment. It also served to stimulate a fundamental curiosity about the processes themselves. New inmation was always being gained as artisans improved techniques to gain better results. The development of a scientific approach to chemistry was, however, hampered by several factors. The most serious problem was the vast range of material available and the consequent difficulty of organizing it into some system. In addition, there were social and intellectual difficulites, chemistry is nothing if not practical; those who practice it must use their hands, they must have a certain practical flair. Yet in many ancient civilizations, practical tasks were primarily the province of a slave population. The thinker or philosopher stood apart from this mundane world, where the practical arts appeared to lack any intellectual content or interest. The final problem early chemical science was the element of secrecy. Experts in specific trades had developed their own techniques and guarded their knowledge to prevent others from stealing their livelihood. Another factor that contributed to secrecy was the esoteric nature of the knowledge of a alchemists, who were trying to transm base metals into gold or were concerned with the hunt the elixir that would bestow the blessing of eternal life. In one sense, the second of these was the more serious impediment because the records of the chemical processes that early alchemists had discovered were often written down in symbolic language intelligible to very few or in symbols that were purposely obscure. 6生活口语:“挺”别人十句经典语录 -01-7 19:: 来源: 奥巴马和麦凯恩,你挺哪一个?想要表达对某人的“持”怎么说?快来看看我们给你提供的表达吧!  1. I will support you. 我会持你的  . I\'ll back you up. 我会挺你的  3. I\'m on your side. 我站在你这边  . You can count on me. 你可以依靠我  5. You can rely on me. 你可以依赖我  6. You can trust in me. 你可以信赖我  7. I\'ll be available if you need me. 你需要帮助就可以找我  8. I\'ll be there if you need a hand. 你需要帮助时,我就会出现  9. I\'m a phone call away. 我随call随到  . I\'m with you all the way. 我一直都持你 语录 经典 别人 口语[3] 1

恋爱口语:恋爱过程中会遇到的那些英语 -- :9: 来源: 1.爱情是一辈子的烦恼.Love is a lifetime of trouble..因为有你,我的生命充满了希望.Because you,my life is filled with hope.3.爱情令人盲目.Love is blind.单词:blind adj.盲目的.古今中外都认为爱情是盲目的,中英文都有类似的感叹,中文我们会说”情人眼里出西施”,英文会说in love you are perfect..你可以拒绝我,但不可以骗我.You can turn me down,but don’t lie to me.5.我们还是做朋友比较好.It would be better us to be friends rather than lovers.6.谁是他的外遇对象?Who is his mistress.?单词:mistress n.情妇你也可以这样说:Who is he having an affair with?With whom is he having an affair?短语:have an affair with someone 感情出轨the third party 第三者7.爱情是一辈子的烦恼.Love is a lifetime of trouble.单词:lifetime n.一生;终生8.我在你心里排第几位?What is my place in your heart?Do I have a place in your heart?9.我后悔我所做的一切.I regret everything I’ve done..我心碎了.My heart is broken.你也可以说:My heart is breaking.或 My heart has started to wither.我的心开始枯萎了.(比较古老但富有诗意的说法).他很花心.He is player.单词:player n.游戏者花心的男人不鼓励用playboy这个词噢!(这是老式的用法).让我们分手吧!Let’s break up.短语:break up ;结束也可以说:I want to split up..他很会吃醋.He can get very jealous.单词:jealous adj.吃醋的,嫉妒心强的.不要敷衍我!Don’t blow me off .短语:blow (someone) off 敷衍.我对你有好感.I kind of like you .单词:kind of 有那么点儿也可以直译: I have feelings you .or I like you more than a friend..你深深烙印在我心深处.Your impression has been etched deeply in my heat.单词:etch 蚀刻:铭刻类似说法: You will always have a pace in my heart. 你在我心中总有一席之地.You are here in my heart .你就在我心深处.(出自电影>主题曲,My Heart Will Go On .).一生只爱你一人.All my life, I’ll only love you.你也可以这样说:You are the love of me.You will always be the only me.18.我跟你完了. I’ll finished with you.短语:be finished with (someone) 和某人结束了一段感情.你还可以这么说:I’ve had it with you.I’m done with you.19.天天吵架,真的很烦! Arguing every day is really annoying!单词:argue v.吵架.他很花心.He is player.单词:player n.游戏者花心的男人不鼓励用playboy这个词噢!(这是老式的用法).让我们分手吧!Let’s break up.短语:break up ;结束也可以说:I want to split up..他很会吃醋.He can get very jealous.单词:jealous adj.吃醋的,嫉妒心强的.不要敷衍我!Don’t blow me off .短语:blow (someone) off 敷衍.我对你有好感.I kind of like you .单词:kind of 有那么点儿也可以直译: I have feelings you .or I like you more than a friend..你深深烙印在我心深处.Your impression has been etched deeply in my heat.单词:etch 蚀刻:铭刻类似说法: You will always have a pace in my heart. 你在我心中总有一席之地.You are here in my heart .你就在我心深处.(出自电影>主题曲,My Heart Will Go On .).一生只爱你一人.All my life, I’ll only love you.你也可以这样说:You are the love of me.You will always be the only me.18.我跟你完了. I’ll finished with you.短语:be finished with (someone) 和某人结束了一段感情.你还可以这么说:I’ve had it with you.I’m done with you.19.天天吵架,真的很烦! Arguing every day is really annoying!单词:argue v.吵架.他暗恋我们班上的一个女生.He has a crush on a girl in our class.单词:crush 迷恋短语:has a crush on(someone)暗恋(某人) 恋爱 英语 那些 过程

那鹿被车撞死了一个在狭窄山路上开车经过的人看见有东西微微一动, 就停下了车蜷缩在死鹿旁的是头脐带未断的初生幼鹿“我想你活的希望不大, ”开车人一边扯断脐带一边对这个小生灵说道, “但至少我要把你带到一个暖和的地方”The Deer and the Nursing Home The deer had been struck and killed by a car. A passing motorist on the narrow mountain road saw a slight movement and stopped. Huddled beside the dead deer was a fawn1) with the umbilical cord) still attached. “I don’t suppose you have a chance, ”the motorist told the tiny creature as he tied off the cord, “but at least I’ll take you where it’s warm. ”The nearest place was the powerhouse of New Jersey’s Glen Gardner Center Geriatrics, a state institution. Maintenance men there quickly produced rags to make a bed behind the boiler the fawn. Then they took a rubber glove, pricked pinholes3) in a finger, diluted) some milk and offered it to the fawn, who drank eagerly. With the men taking turns feeding the fawn, the little deer’s wobbly legs and curiosity soon grew strong enough to bring it out from its bed behind the boiler. On their breaks, the men petted and played with the baby. “If it’s a female, we’ll call her Jane Doe, ”they laughed. But it was a male, so they taught him to answer to“Frankie, ”short Frank Buck. Frankie became especially attached to one of the men, an electrician named Jean. On nice days, Frankie stepped outside with his new friend, enjoying the fresh air and scratches behind the ears. Sometimes other deer came out of the woods to graze. When Frankie caught their scent, his head came up. “You’d better tie him or we’ll lose him, ”someone commented. Jean shook his head. “He’ll know when it’s time to go, ”he said. Frankie began following Jean on his rounds, and the slight, white-haired man followed by the delicate golden fawn soon became a familiar sight. One day a resident, noticing Frankie waiting by a door Jean, invited the deer in. Glen Gardner housed old people who had been in state mental hospitals and needed special care. When Frankie was discovered in side, the staff rushed to put him outside. But when they saw how eagerly one resident after another reached out to touch him, they let him stay. When Frankie appeared, smiles sp and people who seldom spoke asked the deer’s name. Discovering a line in front of the payroll5) clerk’s window one day, Frankie companionably joined it. When his turn came , the clerk peered out at him. “Well, Frankie, ”she said, “I wouldn’t mind giving you a paycheck. You’re our best social worker.”The deer had the run of Glen Gardner until late fall, when the superintendent noticed he was growing antlers6). Fearful he might accidentally injure a resident, the supervisor decreed banishment. Frankie continued to frequent the grounds, but as the months passed he explored farther a field. When he was a year old, the evening came when he didn’t return to the powerhouse;now he was on his own. Still, every morning he was there to greet Jean, exploring the pocket the treat Jean always brought, and in the afternoon he would reappear. Residents who had refused to go outside bee would join him on the front lawn to scratch his ears. George, a solitary7) resident with a speech defect who didn’t seem to care if people understood him or not, taught Frankie to respond to his voice, and they often walked together. When Frankie was two years old――a sleek creature with six-point antlers and a shiny coat――he failed to show up one April morning. Nor did he answer anyone’s calls. It was late the next day bee Jean and George found him lying on a sheltered patch of ground. His right front leg was shattered, jagged splinters8) of bone jutted through the skin. “Oh, you old donkey, ”Jean whispered. “What happened?”The deer’s eyes were clouded with pain, but he knew Jean’s voice and tried to lick his hand. “There’s no way to set a break like that without an operation, ”said the veterinarian who examined Frankie. They would have to haul Frankie out of the woods on an improvised litter and drive him to Round Valley Veterinary Hospital, five miles away. On the day of Frankie’s surgery, the surgeon, Dr. Gregory Zolton, told Jean, “You’ll have to stay with me while I operate. I’ll need help. ”Jean’s stomach did a flip-flop, but he swallowed hard and nodded. During the two-hour procedure, Dr. Zolton took bone from Frankie’s shoulder to make a graft between the broken bones and then screwed a steel plate across it. “He said a leg that wasn’t strong enough to run on wasn’t any good to a deer, ”recalls Jean. After the surgery, they took Frankie to an unused horse stable on Glen Gardner’s grounds, and Jean sat in the straw beside the recovering deer. He stroked Frankie’s head and held him whenever the deer tried to struggle to his feet. Finally, as the sun was coming up, Jean took his own stiff bones home, cleaned up and went to work. By the seventh day, Jean called Dr. Zolton to say it was impossible to hold Frankie still his antibiotic9) injections. The surgeon laughed. “If he’s that lively, he doesn’t need antibiotics. ”But he warned that Frankie must be kept inside eight weeks. If he ran on the leg bee it knitted, it would shatter. “Whenever anyone went to visit him, Frankie showed how eager he was to get out,”recalls Jean. “He‘d stand there with his nose pressed against a crack in the door. He smelled spring coming. ”When word had come that Frankie had survived the operation, the residents’ council at Glen Gardner had called a meeting. Mary, the president, told the group, “There’s no operation without a big bill. Now, Frankie’s our deer, right?”The residents all nodded. “So we’ve got to pay his bill. ”They decided to take up a collection and hold a bake sale. The day Dr. Zolton’s bill arrived, Mary called a meeting. The others watched silently as she opened the envelope. “Oh, dear, ”she murmured bleakly, “we owe $39. ”They had managed to collect only $5. Not until she shifted her bifocals) did she notice the handwriting, which :“Paid in Full――Gregory Zolton, D. V. M. ”When Frankie’s confinement was over, Frankie’s friends gathered by the stable door. It was mid-June and grass was knee-deep in the meadow. The buck’s wound was beautifully healed――but would the leg hold?Jean opened the barn door. “Come on, Frankie, ”he said softly. “You can go now. ”Frankie took a step and looked up at Jean. “It’s all right, ”Jean urged him. “You’re free. ”Suddenly Frankie understood. He exploded into a run, flying over the field like a greyhound, his hooves barely touching the ground. “He‘s so glad to be out, ”Mary said wistfully, “I don’t think we’ll ever see him again. ”At the edge of the woods, Frankie swerved. He was coming back. Near the stable he wheeled again. Six times he crossed the meadow. Then, flanks heaving, tongue lolling, he pulled up beside them. Frankie had tested his leg to its limits. It was perfect. “Good.”said George distinctly. Everyone cheered. Soon Frankie was again waiting Jean by the electric shop every morning. In the fall Jean put a yellow collar around Frankie’s neck to warn off hunters. The mountain was a nature preserve, with no hunting allowed, but poachers frequently sneaked in. One day a pickup truck filled with hunters drove up to the powerhouse. When the tailgate) was lowered, Frankie jumped down. The hunters had about him and, spotting the yellow collar, figured it must be Frankie. Every hunting season, George and the other people at Glen Gardner debate whether to lock Frankie in the stable his own safety――and their peace of mind. But each fall, the vote always goes against it. Frankie symbolizes the philosophy of Glen Gardner, which is to provide care but not to undermine independence. “A deer and a person, they each have their dignity, ”Jean says. “You mustn’t take their choices away. ”So Frank Buck, the wonderful deer of Glen Gardner, remains free. He runs risks, of course, but life is risk, and Frankie knows he has friends he can count on.□by Jo Coudert 58

“我坦白”在英语中的种说法 -01-7 ::55 来源: I have a confession. 我要坦白I have something to confess.我有事要坦白I need to tell you something. 我有事必须告诉你I have a confession to make. 我要坦白I have a secret. 我有一个秘密I'm keeping a secret. 我有一个秘密I'll fill you in. 我要把一切都告诉你I'll tell you all about it. 我要告诉你一切I'll level with you. 我就直说吧I'll tell you frankly. 我坦白告诉你I'll be frank with you. 我会对你坦白的I'll be open and sincere with you. 我会对你开诚布公的I'll tell you the truth. 我告诉你真相 说法 英语 坦白 告诉

实用流行社交网络用语盘点 -- :51: 来源: 实用流行社交网络用语盘点社交网络近些年来在全世界大行其道,越来越深入地影响着我们的生活,社交网络用语也悄悄地进入了我们的日常词汇赞、取关、转发、加好友、朋友圈等社交网络常用语你知道用英语怎么说吗?关注 followI can"t decide if I shouldfollowmy ex-boyfriend on a microblog.我无法决定是否应该在微上关注我前任男友取消关注 unfollowYou can choose to simplyunfollowthose users, block them or report the s to Twitter, as well - all with just one click.只需点击一下鼠标,,你就可以选择取消关注、屏蔽那些用户或向推特举报那些账号粉丝 followerDid I tell you Victoria Beckham has just become myfollower?我有告诉你贝嫂刚成为我的粉丝吗?分享 shareLots ofparentssharecute photos of their babies on social media sites.很多父母在社交媒体网站上分享自己孩子的萌照回复 replyWe try toreplyto all online inquiries within a week.我们争取在一周内回复所有在线问询转发 repostretweetThis is so useful I am going torepostit.这个太有用了我得转发 commentWhy don't youcomment?你为什么不下呢?赞点赞 likeHer post only received onelike.她发的帖子才收到一个赞This image has beenlikedthousands of times on Facebook.这张照片在Facebook上收获了数千次的点赞加好友 friendShe was so surprised when her ex-boyfriendfriendedher.她很惊讶她的前男友加她为好友删除解除好友 unfriendSixty percentofthose polledsay that itis "completelyacceptable"tounfriendanex-boyfriendorex-girlfriend.60%的受访者称与前男友或前女友解除好友关系“完全可以接受”私信 private messagedirect messageYou can only senddirect messageto those who follow you.你只能给关注你的人发私信(微信的)朋友圈 Moments(official name)Friend CircleShe shared her holiday pictureson herMoments.她在朋友圈里晒了她度假的照片@ (音at)You can@us on microblog.你可以在微上点我们名啊# (音hashtag)You should use#bee a trending topic.你应该在热门话题前加#简介,个人资料 profileMost social media sites ask you to upload a photo to yourprofile.大多数社交媒体网站都让你在个人资料部分上传你的照片 用语 社交 网络

Everybody has blue days.These are miserable days when you feel lousy, grumpy, lonely, and utterly exhausted.Days when you feel small and insignificant, when everything seems just out of reach.You can’t rise to the occasion.Just getting started seems impossible.On blue days you can become paranoid that everyone is out to get you.This is not always such a bad thing.You feel frustrated and anxious, which can induce a nail-biting frenzy that can escalate into a triple-chocolate-mud-cake-eating frenzy in a blink of an eye!On blue days you feel like you’re floating in an ocean of sadness.You’re about to burst into tears at any moment and you don’t even know why.Ultimately, you feel like you’re wandering through life without purpose.You’re not sure how much longer you can hang on, and you feel like shouting,“Will someone please shoot me!”It doesn’t take much to bring on a blue day.You might just wake up not feeling or looking your best,find some new wrinkles, put on a little weight, or get a huge pimple on your nose.You could get your date’s name or have an embarrassing photograph published.You might get dumped,divorced, or fired, make a fool of yourself in public, be afflicted with a demeaning nickname,or just have a plain old bad-hair day.Maybe work is a pain in the butt.You’re under major pressure to fill someone else’s shoes,your boss is picking on you, and everyone in the office is driving you crazy.You might have a splitting headache,or a slipped dish, bad breath, a toothache,chronic gas, dry lips, or a nasty ingrown toenail.Whatever the reason, you’re convinced that someone up there doesn’t like you.Oh what to do, what to do? 651

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