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^zHXfB+SQRHPewR,J7PIdaM-_|xi|J-lHEbv1WUS Army Defeated At Little Big HornUS General George Custer and all of his men are killed after attacking Native Americans.In 1876, US General George Custer led an attack by the 7th Regiment of the US Cavalry against a gathering of Native Americans on the banks of the Little Big Horn River in Southern Montana.The now-legendary Native American Chief Crazy Horse led his own warriors in a counter-attack in which Custer and all of the 197 troops under his command were killed.This remains the greatest victory by Native Americans against what they saw as the invading ces of the US army.;V0GqrjFJy|]g#sZ%5JbylZAHub;Xun+C5wvDTZH6ee7CffVa9 39961

chess象棋,astonishment惊讶,exclaim惊呼Beaten Him Three Games out of FiveA man went to visit a friend and was amazed to find him playing chess with his dog.He watched the game in astonishment a while."I can hardly believe my eyes!" he exclaimed. "That's the smartest dog I've ever seen.""Nah, he's not so smart," the friend replied. "I've beaten him three games out of five."五局三胜某人去朋友家拜访,发现朋友竟然在跟自家的下象棋,大为错愕他旁观了一会儿,当时就震惊了“我简直不敢相信!”他大叫,“我从没见过那么聪明的!”“哪里聪明了,”朋友回答,“五局中我赢了三局呢!”1.chess国际象棋看看和chess有关的词:chessboard国际象棋棋盘;chessman国际象棋棋子;chess set一副国际象棋.in astonishment惊讶地 He was struck dumb with astonishment. 他惊讶得目瞪口呆 His mouth dropped to the floor in astonishment. 这就是我们所说的“惊讶得嘴都掉地上了3.exclaim惊呼/表示抗议exclaim in delight高兴得大叫起来;exclaim furiously upon the wickedness of the plot愤怒地谴责这一邪恶阴谋. I can hardlybarely believe my eyes! I can't believe my eyes! I can't believe what I saw! 我简直不敢相信自己的眼睛!同样,I can't believe my ears! 就表示“我不敢相信自己所听到的,难以置信”:The cat is babysitting the kids? I can't believe my ears! 猫在照料小孩?真是难以置信!5.beat打败还有其他含义,比如“击鼓”:beat an alarm击鼓报警;“开辟道路”:Build a better machine and the world may beat a path to your door.只要你造出一台更先进的机器,你家可能会门庭若市6.out of 可以表示“部分”,又如:This is but one instance out of many. 那不过是众多例子中的一个nine times out of ten 则是一个习语,表示“十之八九,几乎总是”:He talks about you nine times out of ten when we have a chitchat. 每次我们闲聊他几乎都谈及你 596

Part . Technical Jargon.Keywords. jargon, technology, devices, acronyms, knowledge snobbery.Vocabulary.ipod, cutting-edge, news feeds, syndication, WiFi, PDA, bamboozle, VOD, PVR, blog, podcast, NielsenNetRatings, Really Simple Syndication (RSS).A. Listen to a news report discussing technical jargon, complete the following statements.Every week, millions of Britons use computers to access the Internet.But how many of them actually know their ipods from them IMs? Not many it seems.A recent survey from NielsenNetRatings, a global Internet media and market research company, shows that while the British are crazy about buying or owning new technology, they are not so keen to keep up with the ever changing jargon of 1st century techonology.According to NielsenNetRatings, people love having cutting-edge technology, but often dont understand the terms that describe what their devices actually do. example, 0% of online Britons receive news feeds, but 67% dont know that the official term this service is Really Simple Syndication.Terms like WiFi and PDA are still meaningless to more than 30% of the British public who regularly work or surf on line.Acronyms in particular bamboozles users. 75% of online Britons dont know that VOD stands -on-demand, while 68% are unaware that personal recorders are more commonly referred to as PVRs.Millions of people keep in touch via instant messaging, but 57% of online Brits said they didnt know that the acronym it was IM.Alex Burmaster, an Internet analyst with NielsenNetRatings commented ;The technology industry is perhaps the most guilty of all industries when it comes to love of acronyms.;There is a certain level of knowledge snobbery.If you talk in acronyms, you sound like you really know what you are talking about.And if others dont understand, then they are seen in some way as inferior.This study shows that many people dont completely understand much of the new technological jargon, but things are slowly changing.Words such as ;blogging; and ;podcasting; are now used and understood by enough people these terms to have made it into the most recently published dictionary in Britain. 66

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Faith轻松电台:In This Day 就在今天In this day I choose living not just the sake of passing time. I choose to take advantage of the milliseconds between my breath and my sigh. In this day I will make up time lost by living between my thoughts and my action. I will live up to my potential, which through God's Grace is unlimited. In this day I will help someone else find the greatest gift of all...While we spend our lives in pursuit of success and happiness.In this day I will acknowledge that I am a magnificent creation capable of the greatest accomplishments. I am one of a kind. Never bee in the history of human existence and never again will there be another me. I have a purpose, a mission and with that a responsibility to fulfill those goals. In this day I will celebrate as if it was my birthday and hours was my gift. I will treasure the sunrise and save the light in my hand darkened days. I will fill my lungs to capacity with the sweet smell of life and consume the colors that surround me like a meal fit a king. I will taste the reds and yellows of the flowers and bathe in the blues and greens of the sky and grass. At the end of the day in the darkest hours my soul will light the way to rest in the satisfaction of knowing I did not waste a morsel.You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. In this day, I know that I am important. I am successful. 1

  Levels of Communication (1)  Phatic communication: Using conventional messages to establish rapport, to break the ice, andor to end a conversation. You might hug, kiss, shake hands, bow, smile, make eye contact, and face one another. We exchange pleasantries by using clichés. Clichés are overused expressions that have lost their original (content) meanings and have taken on new relational meanings. We expect phatic communication at the beginning and end of every conversation, regardless of our feelings about a person.  eg:Hello. How are you? Im fine. How are you?  Thanks coming. Have a nice day. Youre welcome.  Factual communication: Discussing events, making observations, offering knowledge to others in a manner which can be called small talk. At business parties, we rely upon factual communication to build network. Factual communication includes reporting what youve in a textbook, what youve in a textbook, what youve studied a test, showing pictures of your kids, and exchanging personal history. Factual communication is relatively safe and most do this well.  eg:Im majoring in business administration.  Im married with three children, two sons and one daughter.  Did you watch the basketball game last night?  What did you do in class last Friday?  Peak communication: Coming together with another in an extraordinary way. Two individuals experience a transmation when they are sharing exactly the same emotion with the same level of intensity. It as if, the moment, two souls come into one. Peak communication is rare, even among close friends and family members.  eg:I love you. I love you too.  Im so angry with you. Im so angry with you as well.  Im glad that we were able to fight long enough to get this resolved. Yes, I feel exactly the same way, glad that we communicated collaboratively.  Im scared. Im scared too. 18

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