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拒绝心情不快,时刻神采飞扬别让问题堆积如山,一个一个着手解决做时间的主人,以自己喜欢的方式简单地生活不要沉湎于错误和失望中难以自拔,有时它们是生活不可或缺的组成部分,学会从中吸取教训,下次做得更好Hi, welcome to our latest i ssue at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. I thank you dropping by today, and I hope that you're able to find something here that's interesting, useful, and inmative! Today, I would like to share with you the motto a positive outlook. Take good care, and enjoy this i ssue! Refuse to be unhappy, be cheerful instead. Refuse to let your troubles multiply, just take them one by one. Organize your time, keep your life simple and exactly the way you want it. Refuse to complain about things, learn to improve your surroundings and create your world the way you believe it should be. Refuse to dwell on the mistakes or disappointments that are sometimes a part of life, instead learn how you can make things better. Be optimistic. Be energetic and positive about the things you do, and always hope the best. You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Believe in yourself at all times and in all aspects of your life. Bee you know it, those wonderful dreams you have believed in all your life will come true, and your life will be the happy and successful life that it was meant to be. 8。

旅游常用英语口语 --5 :: 来源: 旅游常用英语口语  对不起,麻烦你—— Excuse me.  抱歉—— Excuse the mess.  多谢!—— Thanks a lot.  需要帮忙吗?——Can I help you.  谢谢你的帮助—— Thank you helping me.  无论如何,我还要感谢你—— Thanks, anyway.  您好——How are you!  很高兴认识你—— It was a pleasure meeting you.  很高兴见到你—— Pleased to meet you.  希望再见到你—— Hope to see you again.  初次见面问好—— How do you do!  很高兴见到你—— (It's) nice to meet you.  请问您从哪来——Where are you from?  请问贵姓——Can I have your name?  我叫……—— My name is …… (I'm ……)  这是不是说我以后可以再见到你?—— Does that mean that I can see you again?  玩得快乐——Have a good time.  祝你好运—— Good luck.  我希望没事—— I hope nothing is wrong.  怎么了?—— What's the matter?  糟糕,严重吗?—— Oh, no! Is it serious?  我真为你难过—— I'm sorry you.  一路平安,走好—— Have a safe trip home.  1.I‘m an office worker. 我是上班族  .I work the government. 我在政府机关做事  3.I‘m happy to meet you. 很高兴见到你  .I like your sense of humor. 我喜欢你的幽默感  5.I‘m glad to see you again. 很高兴再次见到你  6.I‘ll call you. 我会打电话给你  7.I feel like sleeping taking a walk. 我想睡散步  8.I want something to eat. 我想吃点东西  9.I need your help. 我需要你的帮助  .I would like to talk to you a minute. 我想和你谈一下  .I have a lot of problems. 我有很多问题  .I hope our dreams come true. 我希望我们的梦想成真  .I‘m looking ward to seeing you. 我期望见到你  .I‘m supposed to go on a diet get a raise. 我应该节食涨工资  .I heard that you‘re getting married. Congratulations.听说你要结婚了,恭喜!  .I see what your mean. 我了解你的意思  .I can‘t do this. 我不能这么做  18.Let me explain why I was late. 让我解释迟到的理由  19.Let‘s have a beer or something. 咱们喝点啤酒什么的  .Where is your office? 你们的办公室在哪?  1.What is your plan? 你的计划是什么?  .When is the store closing? 这家店什么时候结束营业?  3.Are you sure you can come by at nine? 你肯定你九点能来吗?  .Am I allowed to stay out past ? 我可以十点过后再回家吗?  5.The meeting was scheduled two hours, but it is now over yet. 会议原定了两个小时,不过现在还没有结束  6.Tom‘s birthday is this week. 汤姆的生日就在这个星期  7.Would you care to see it sit down a while? 你要不要看坐一会呢?  .Can you cover me on Fridayhelp me tell me how to get there? 星期五能不能请你替我个班你能帮我吗你能告诉我到那里怎么走吗?  9.Could you do me a big favor? 能否请你帮我个忙?  30.He is crazy about Crazy English. 他对疯狂英语很着迷  31.Can you imagine how much he paid that car?你能想象他买那车花了多少钱吗?  3.Can you believe that I bought a TV ?  33.Did you know he was having an affaircheating on his wife? 你知道他有外遇了吗?欺骗他的妻子吗?  .Did you hear about the new project? 你知道那个新项目吗?  35.Do you realize that all of these shirts are half off? 你知道这些衬衫都卖半价了吗?  36.Are you mind if I take tomorrow off? 你介意我明天请假吗?  37.I enjoy working with you very much. 我很喜欢和你一起工作  38.Did you know that Stone ended up marrying his secretary? 你知道吗?斯通最终和他的秘书结婚了  39.Let‘s get together lunch. 让我们一起吃顿午餐吧  0.How did you do on your test? 你这次考试的结果如何?  1.Do you think you can come? 你认为你能来吗?  .How was your weekend ? 你周末过得怎么样?  3.Here is my card. 这是我的名片  .He is used to eating out all the time. 他已经习惯在外面吃饭了  5.I‘m getting a new computer birthday present. 我得到一台电脑作生日礼物  6.Have you ever driven a BMW? 你有没有开过“宝马”?  7.How about if we go tomorrow instead? 我们改成明天去怎么样?  8.How do you like Hong Kong? 你喜欢香港吗?  9.How do you want your steak? 你的牛排要几分熟?  50.How did the game turn out? 球赛结果如何?  51.How did Mary make all of her money? 玛丽所有的钱是怎么赚到的?  5.How was your date? 你的约会怎么样?  53.How are you doing with your new boss? 你跟你的新上司处得如何?  5.How should I tell him the bad news? 我该如何告诉他这个坏消息?  55.How much money did you make? 你赚了多少钱?  56.How much does it cost to go abroad? 出国要多少钱?  57.How long will it take to get to your house? 到你家要多久?  58.How long have you been here? 你在这里多久了?  59.How niceprettycoldfunnystupidboringinteresting.  60.How about going out dinner? 出去吃晚餐如何?  61.I‘m sorry that you didn’t get the job. 很遗憾,你没有得到那份工作  6.I‘m afraid that it’s not going to work out. 我恐怕这事不会成的  63.I guess I could come over. 我想我能来  6.Is it okay to smoke in the office? 在办公室里抽烟可以吗?  65.It was kind of exciting. 有点剌激  66.I know what you want. 我知道你想要什么  67.Is that why you don‘t want to go home? 这就是你不想回家的原因吗?  68.I‘m sure we can get you a great good deal. 我很肯定我们可以帮你做成一笔好交易  69.Would you help me with the report? 你愿意帮我写报告吗?  70.I didn‘t know he was the richest person in the world.我不知道他是世界上最有钱的人  71.I‘ll have to ask my bosswife first.我必须先问一下我的老板老婆  7.I take it you don‘t agree. 这么说来,我认为你是不同意  73.I tried losing weight, but nothing worked. 我曾试着减肥,但是毫无效果  7.It doesn‘t make any sense to get up so early.那么早起来没有任何意义  75.It took years of hard work to speak good English. 讲一口流利的英语需要多年的刻苦*练  76.It feels like spring I‘ve been here bee. 感觉好象春天到了我以前来过这里  77.I wonder if they can make it. 我在想他们是不是能办得到  78.It‘s not as cold hot as it was yesterday. 今天不想昨天那么冷热  79.It‘s not his work that bothers me; it’s his attitude. 困扰我的不是他的工作,而是他的态度  80.It sounds like you enjoyed it. 听起来你好象蛮喜欢的  81.It seems to me that be would like to go back home. 我觉得他好象想要回家  8.It looks very nice. 看起来很漂亮  83.Is everything under control? 一切都在掌握之中吗?  8.I thought you could do a better job. 我以为你的表现会更好  85.It‘s time us to say “No” to America. 是我们对美国说不的时候了  86.The show is supposed to be good. 这场表演应当是相当好的  87.It really depends on who is in charge. 那纯粹要看谁负责了  88.It involves a lot of hard work. 那需要很多的辛勤工作  89.That might be in your favor. 那可能对你有利  90.I didn‘t realize how much this meant to you. 我不知道这个对你的意义有这么大  91.I didn‘t mean to offend you. 我不是故意冒犯你  9.I was wondering if you were doing anything this weekend. 我想知道这个周末你有什么要做  93.May I have your attention., please? 请大家注意一下  9.This is great golfing swimming picnic weather. 这是个打高尔夫球游泳野餐的好天气  95.Thanks taking me the movie. 谢谢你带我去看电影  96.I am too tired to speak. 我累得说不出活来  97.Would you tell me your phone number? 你能告诉我你的电话号码吗?  98.Where did you learn to speak English? 你从哪里学会说英语的呢?  99.There is a TV show about AIDS on right now. 电视正在播放一个关于爱滋病的节目  0.What do you think of his new job this magazine? 你对他的新工作这本杂志看法如何?  一、问路时……  East 东  South 南  West 西  North 北  Left 左  Right 右  Straight on 往 前 直 去  There 那 儿  Front 前 方  Back 后 方  Side 侧 旁  Bee 之 前  After 之 后  First leftright 第 一 个 转 左 / 右 的 路  二、请问如何前往 ……  Excuse me, How do I get to the …… ? 请 问 如 何 前 往 ¨ ¨ ¨ ?  How do I get to the airport? 请 问 如 何 前 往 机 场 ?  How do I get to the bus station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 公 车 站 ?  How do I get to the metro station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ?  ( Metro 乃 欧 洲 常 用 字 )  How do I get to the subway station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ?  ( Subway 乃 北 美 洲 常 用 字 )  How do I get to the underground station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ?  ( underground 乃 英 国 常 用 字 )  How do I get to the train station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 火 车 站 ?  How do I get to the hotel XXX? 请 问 如 何 前 往 XXX 酒 店 ?  How do I get to the police station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 警 局 ?  How do I get to the post office? 请 问 如 何 前 往 邮 政 局 ?  How do I get to the tourist inmation office? 请 问 如 何 前 往 旅 游 资 讯 局 ?  三、请问附近 ……  Excuse me, Is there …… near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 ……?  Is there a baker near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 面 包 店 ?  Is there a bank near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 银 行 ?  Is there a bar near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 酒 吧 ?  Is there a bus stop near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 公 车 站 ?  Is there a cafe near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 咖 啡 店 ?  Is there a cake shop near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 西 饼 店 ?  Is there a change bureau near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 找 换 店  Is there a chemist's near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 药 剂 师 ?  Is there a department store near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 百 货 公 司  Is there a disco near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 的 士 高 ?  Is there a hospital nearby? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 医 院 ?  Is there a night club near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 夜 总 会 ?  Is there a post box near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 邮 政 局 ?  Is there a public toilet near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 公 共 厕 所 ?  Is there a restaurant near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 餐 厅 ?  Is there a telephone near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 电 话 ?  Is there a travel agent near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 旅 游 社 ?  Is there a youth hostel near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 青 年 旅 馆 ?  Good Morning SirMadam 先生女士 早晨好  Good Afternoon 午安  How are you? 你好么  Do you speak English? 你讲英语吗?  I can speak a little English. 我可以讲一点英语  Please speak slowly. 请慢慢讲  Would you mind speak louder please? 请讲大声一些  Do you wear glasses? 你有戴眼镜么?  I wear contact lenses. 我戴隐型眼镜  Do you live at same address? 你住在上述地址么?  Do you have any medical problem? 你的健康有问题么?  Do you have any question? 你有什么问题么?  You must obey all the rules and traffic signs.你要遵守所有的交通规则和标志  Please sign your name here. 请在这里签名  Are you y now? 你准备好了么?  Turn on the engine (car) 点火  Let's go. 现在开始  Right turn. 右转  Left turn. 左转  Go straightkeep moving straight. 直行  First street right turnleft turn. 第一条街右转左转  Traffic light right turnleft turn. 交通灯右转左转  Stop sign, make a right turnleft turn. 停牌右转左转  Stay in this lane. 保持在这条线路行驶  Second street. 第二条街  Turn on the headlights. 开车头灯  Turn on the wind shield wiper. 开雨刷  Right of way. 优先权  Stop the car here. 在这里停车  Pull over the curb. 靠路边停车  Slow down 慢驶  Three point turn. 三点调头  Parallel parking. 平行泊车  Up hill parking. 上坡泊车  Down hill parking. 下坡泊车  Back up. 后退  Back into the driveway. 倒车进入车道  Too close. 太接近  Too slow. 太慢  Too fast. 太快  Speed up . 加速  Give your signal. 打灯号  Cancel your signal. 取消灯号  Try again. 再试一次  Watch pedestrians. 注意行人  Take it easyrelax please. 请不要紧张  More gas. 加油  Follow the car. 跟着前车  Go back to the test centre. 回考试中心  Entrance. 入口  Exit 出口  Intersection 十字路口  Put on your seat belt. 放安全带  Parking brake . 手刹  Turn on the heaterair conditioner. 打开暖气冷气  Head in parkingdrive in . 车头进泊车  Back in parking. 后退泊车  Turn off the engine. 关闭引擎  You failed. 你不合格  Do you have any identification? 你有件么  You passed. 你通过  Try again. 下次再试  1. I'm not myself 我烦透了  、Don't bother me! 别烦我!  3、Give me five more minutes please. 再给我五分钟时间好吗?  、How did you sleep? 你睡的怎么样?  5、Don't hog the bathroom! 别占着卫生间了!  6、Don't hog the shower. 别占着浴室了!  7、Don't hog my girlfriend. 别缠着我的女朋友了!  8、Get outta there! 快出来!  9、I will treat you . 我请客  、What are you in the mood ? 你想吃什么?  、Whois gonna drive? 谁来开车?  Who's driving?  、You know what I mean? 你明白我的意思吗?  、Could you run that by me again? 你能再说一遍吗?  、So what you are trying to say is…… 那么,你想说的是……  、Whadja do last night? 昨晚你干嘛去了?  WhadjaWhat did you  、Didja have a good time? 玩的开心吗?  didjadid you  、Where wouldja like to go tonight? 今晚你想上哪儿?  WouldjaWould you  18、I am running late. 我要迟到了  19、I've gotta get outta here. 我得离开这儿了  、I've gotta catch the bus. 我要去赶公共汽车了  1、gottagot to  wannawant to  gonnagoing to  、Yo__taxi! 嗨,出租车!  3、Where to ? (你)要去哪儿?  、I want to go to…… 我要到……地方去  5、What do I owe you ? 我该付你多少钱?  6、Let me out here. 让我在这儿下车  7、HI! What's up, buddy? 嗨! 还好吗?,伙计?  、What'cha been doing? 这些日子在干什么呢?  What'chaWhat have you  9、How ya' been? 这些日子过的怎么样?  HOw ya' beenHow have you been?  30、I'm fine. 我很好  31、Do I have any messages? 有人给我留言吗?  3、What's on the schedule today? 今天有那些日程安排?  33、Has the boss come in yet? 老板来了吗?  、Hello! This is Hogan,is William in?  你好! 我是Hogan,请问William 在吗?  35、May I take your message? He is not in. 他现在不在我可以为你留言吗?  36、I'm really busy. Can I call you back later?我现在真的很忙,我晚点给你打过去,行吗?  37、Thank you your time,goodbye!占用您的时间了,谢谢您再见!  38、Are you doing anything tonightthis weekendtomorrow?你今晚周末明天有空吗?  39、If you are not busy tonight, would you like to go out with me?如果你今晚有空的话,愿不愿意和我一起出去?  0、Mayby we can get together sometime.也许今后我们有机会在一起  1、You look beautiful tonight.今晚你看上去真美啊!  、I've really had a good time tonight.今晚我过的很开心  3、I'd like to see you again sometime.希望能再见到你  、How was your day?今天过的怎么样?  5、HOw are things at work?今天工作进行的怎么样了?  6、How are things at the office?今天在公司怎么样?  7、How are thing at school? 今天在学校(过的)怎么样?  8、You'll never believe what happened to me today at shoolwork.你永远也猜不到今天我在学校工作中遇上了什么事!!  9、YOu look great! Have you been working out?你气色真好,你经常锻炼吗?  50、I need to get back in shape.我要减回到原来的身材  Clerk: Can I help you, sir?  Tom: Oh, yes. This is a traveler's check of four thousand. I'd like to cash this check,please.  Clerk: Do you have an with us, sir?  Tom: No, I don't. Is that going to be a problem?  Clerk: Never mind. The check that you have is drawn off of this bank. May I see your driver's license, please?  Tom: I don't have a driver's license. Will a passport be all right?  Clerk: That's fine. How would you like this cash back?  Tom: I want twenty hundred-dollar bills and the rest in fifties, twenties and tens, please.  Clerk: Four thousand. Please check it, sir. Thank you and have a good day.  Tom: Thank you. Bye-bye.  (Tom gets changing some coins. Then when he meets trouble in the course of touring he has to turn to the passerby.)  Tom: Excuse me. Could you please break this five into some coins me? I want to make a      call.  Passerby: Sure. What would you like?  Tom: How about two dollars in quarters and the rest in dimes and nickels?  Passerby: Let me see……Good, I happen to have enough. There you go.  Tom: It's so kind of you.  Passerby: Not at all.  职员:我能为您效劳吗,先生?  汤姆:是的这是一张四千元的旅行票我想把它换成现金  职员:您和我们有帐务往来吗?  汤姆:没有这会有什么问题吗?  职员:没关系您这张票是从我们开出的我可以看一下您的驾驶吗?  汤姆:我没有驾驶护照行吗?  职员:可以您要换成什么样的现金?  汤姆:我想要张一百元的钞票,其余的换成五十元,二十元和十元的  职员:四千元请点一下谢谢光临祝您旅行愉快 (汤姆忘记换一些硬币于是在他旅游遇到麻烦时他不得不求助于路人)  汤姆:对不起,打扰一下您能帮我把这张五元钱换成零钱吗?我想要打个电话  路人:可以您想要怎么换?  汤姆:二十五美分的换两元,其余的换成十美分和五美分的  路人:让我看看,也许…还行,我正巧有这些硬币给你  汤姆:非常感谢  路人:不客气 旅游常用英语口语。

作为一个人,一种具备身心的有机体,我能学会如何摆脱自负,这样赋予我生命和意识的神的光芒就能驱散阴影,照亮我全身 Learning to Get Out of the Way In every one of the higher religions there is a strain of infinite optimism on the one hand,and on the other,of a profound pessimism.In the depths of our being,they all teach,there is an inner high--but an inner Light which our egotism keeps, most of the time,in a state of more of less eclipse.If,however,it so desires,the ego can get out of the way,so to speak,can dis--eclipse the Light and become identified wiht its divine source.Hence the unlimited optimmism of the traditional religions.There pessinism springs from the observed fact that,though all are called,few are chosen-- the sufficient reason that few choose to be chosen.To me,this older conception of man's nature and destiny seems more realistic,more nearly in accord with the given facts,than any m of modern utopianism.In the Lord's Prayer we are taught to ask the blessing which consists in not being led into temptation.The reason is only too obvious.Whe temptations are very great or unduly prolonged,most persons succumb on them.To devise a perfect social order is probably beyond our powers,but I believe that it is perfectly possible us to reduce the number of dangerous temptations to a level far below that which is tolerated at the present time.A society so arranged that there shall be a minimum of dangerous temptations--this is the end towards which,as a citizen,I have to strive.In my efts to that end,I can make use of a great variety of means.Do good ends justify the use of intrinsically bad means?On the level of theory,the point can be argued indefinitely.In practice,meanwhile,I find that the means employed invariably determine the nature of the end achieved.Indeed,as Mahatma Gandhi was never tired of insisting,the means are the end in its preliminary stages.Men have put th enoumous efts to make their world a better place to live in;but except in regard to gadgets,plumbing and hygiene,their sussess has been pathetically small."hell,"as the proverb has it,"is paved with good intentions."And so long as we go on trying to realize our ideals by bad or merely inappropriate means,our good intentions will come to the same bad ends.In this consists the tragedy and the irony of history.Can I,as an individual,do anything to make future history a little less tragic and less ironic than history past and present?I believe I can.As a citizen,I can use all my intelligence and all my good will to develop political means that shall be of the same kind and quality as the ideal ends which I am trying to achieve.And as a person,as a psychophysical roganism,I can learn how to get out of the way,so that the divine source of my life and consciousness can come out of eclipse and shine through me. 9。

发音:知道01用英语怎么读吗? -- :9: 来源: 如果是中文的“十万五千零一”的意思,读作:one hundred and five thousand and one英语中只有表示“千”的单位而没有“万”的单位,所以在“百万”(million)以前,一般都是用“千”“十千”“百千”来表示数字比如:一千(1,000)读作:one thousand 一万(,000)读作:ten thousand 十万(0,000)读作:one hundred thousand 一百万(00,000)读作:one million如果是单纯的数字或者说号码,就直接英文的发音读就可以了01: one zero five double zero one或者:one o(字母O的发音) five double o one其中,“double ozero”也可以直接说成:zero zero,或者是 O O. 怎么 英语 知道 nbsp。

“睡得好吗”怎么说 -01-7 00::1 来源: 休息不好可是会影响第二天的工作的你"睡得好吗"?有没有被"熬夜"、"打呼噜"和"噩梦"困扰?你不舒吗?Are you feeling sick?没有,只是有点儿累No, I'm just tired.睡得好吗?Did you sleep well?嗯,睡得挺好Yes, I slept very well.哪儿啊,几乎没睡着No, I couldn't fall asleep.昨晚你熬夜了?Did you stay up late last night? Did you go to bed late last night?昨天晚上你打呼噜了You were snoring last night.You were sawing logs last night. (saw logs原意为"锯木头",在此用来表示"打呼噜")你一直没关灯啊You left the light on.(left (leave)是"保持某种样子"、"保持某种状态"的意思,表达"电灯一直开着"、"发动机一直开着"、"窗户一直开着"也可以用这种句型)你忘了关灯了You got to turn off the light.影响你睡觉了吗?Did I keep you up?我做了个可怕的梦I had a nightmare.现在没事了It's all right now.昨天的酒还没醒呢I have a hangover.(改编自:考试吧 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 怎么 一直 last 昨天。

现在我终于明白,我生活着的这个世界不是等待我去打开的一扇牡蛎,而是需要我去抓住的一个机会每一天我都视若珍宝,每一轮太阳带给我的崭新的二十四小时都鲜活而精,我绝不可将其虚度从前,我终日忙碌,无暇顾及生活中某些重要的细节,诸如水波上的光影,松林间的风吟——现在,我终于学会去欣赏它们的美好A New Look from Borrowed Time  By Ralph Richmond  Just ten years ago, I sat across the desk from a doctor with a stethoscope. “Yes,” he said, “there is a lesion in the left, upper lobe. You have a moderately advanced case…” I listened, stunned, as he continued, “You’ll have to give up work at once and go to bed. Later on, we’ll see.” He gave no assurances.  Feeling like a man who in mid-career has suddenly been placed under sentence of death with an indefinite reprieve, I left the doctor’s office, walked over to the park, and sat down on a bench, perhaps, as I then told myself, the last time. I needed to think. In the next three days, I cleared up my affairs; then I went home, got into bed, and set my watch to tick off not the minutes, but the months. frac; years and many dashed hopes later, I left my bed and began the long climb back. It was another year bee I made it.  I speak of this experience because these years that past so slowly taught me what to value and what to believe. They said to me Take time, bee time takes you. I realize now that this world I’m living in is not my oyster to be opened but my opporty to be grasped. Each day, to me, is a precious entity. The sun comes up and presents me with brand new, wonderful hours—not to pass, but to fill.  I’ve learned to appreciate those little, all-important things I never thought I had the time to notice bee the play of light on running water, the music of the wind in my favorite pine tree. I seem now to see and hear and feel with some of the recovered freshness of childhood. How well, instance, I recall the touch of the springy earth under my feet the day I first stepped upon it after the years in bed. It was almost more than I could bear. It was like regaining one’s citizenship in a world one had nearly lost.  Frequently, I sit back and say to myself, Let me make note of this moment I’m living right now, because in it I’m well, happy, hard at work doing what I like best to do. It won’t always be like this, so while it is I’ll make the most of it—and afterwards, I remember—and be grateful. All this, I owe to that long time spent on the sidelines of life. Wiser people come to this awareness without having to acquire it the hard way. But I wasn’t wise enough. I’m wiser now, a little, and happier.  “Look thy last on all things lovely, every hour.” With these words, Walter de la Mare sums up me my philosophy and my belief. God made this world—in spite of what man now and then tries to do to unmake it—a dwelling place of beauty and wonder, and He filled it with more goodness than most of us suspect. And so I say to myself, Should I not pretty often take time to absorb the beauty and the wonder, to contribute a least a little to the goodness? And should I not then, in my heart, give thanks? Truly, I do. This I believe. 99。

实用口语:淑女绅士养成记 看英国人在什么时候说Sorry -01- :5: 来源: 一提起英国,总会让人联想到温文尔雅的英国绅士和彬彬有礼的英国淑女,而他们每天总是Sorry和Thank you不离口他们到底犯了什么错,要每天跟人家说抱歉?小编目测,他们犯的错还真不少:1. Walking into someone撞到别人. Nearly walking into someone差点撞到别人3. Being walked into被撞到了. Nearly being walked into差点被撞到了5. Walking into a door撞到门6. Not hearing what someone has said没听见别人说什么7. Thinking you heard what someone said but being so scared of being wrong about what they said that you ask them repeat it, just in case听到别人说什么,但是怕听错,以防万一,叫别人重复一遍8. Calling someone on the phone打扰到别人打电话9. Answering the phone in someone else's presence当着别人面听电话. Being late迟到了. Being early早到了. Using too much milk放太多牛奶. Not using enough milk没放够牛奶. Coughing咳嗽. Sneezing打喷嚏. Swearing骂人. Spilling your pint on someone你把酒洒到了别人身上18. When someone spills their pinton you别人把酒洒在了你身上19. When you pay a packet of chewing gum with a tenner because you don't have anything smaller买口香糖没零钱,要用英镑付款. When the bartender mishears your order酒保听错了你的订单1. When the bartender drops your change as they pass it back to you, even though it's clearly their fault酒保找你零钱时,钱掉地上了,即使这是他们的错. Checking your phone查看手机时3. Not replying to an email没回复电邮时. Replying to a work email over the weekend周末回复工作电邮时5. When offering your seat to someone a millisecond late让座慢了1毫秒6. Not offering a drink to someone within the first seconds of them entering your house别人进了你家门秒,还没给人倒东西喝7. Asking a shop assistant help叫店员帮忙时. Not having a stamp, lighter and pen on your person at all times要用邮票,打火机和笔时,发现没带9. Paying in coins something用钢镚儿买东西时30. Asking someone in the street anything at all (directions, lighter etc)在大街上向别人求助时(譬如问路或者借打火机等等)31. Not having something or knowing something someone on the street asks you 大街上有人找你帮忙,而你帮不上的时候3. Sending something back to the kitchenbar if it's rawwronglikely to kill you点的东西送上来发现不熟、送错了或者可能会要了你的命,需要送回后厨或者吧台时33. Making an early taxi driver wait until the agreed time you wanted to leave at的哥比约定的时间早到了,你让人家等时. Making a joke someone else doesn't get开了一个别人不觉得好笑的笑话35. Not getting someone else's joke抓不到别人玩笑的好笑点36. Someone else's baby being sick on you别人家的孩子看你不顺眼时 英国人 绅士 口语。

谢耳朵口头禅 “bazinga” -- 3::7 来源: “万众美剧迷喜爱的谢耳朵同学要来北京啦!”“真的?我要高兴得昏过去了!”“当然是假的Bazinga!”Bazinga is a term used by "The Big Bang Theory" leading character Dr. Sheldon Cooper as a follow-up to jokes, pranks, and chuckle-filled "gotcha" situations. Sheldon began using the term just bee the third season started.Bazinga是《生活大爆炸男主角谢耳朵常说的一个口头禅,多用在玩笑、恶搞以及令人措不及防的暗讽之后,中文意思类似于“逗你玩儿”这个词在第三季开始之前首次亮相Following is a typical “bazinga” conversation between Sheldon and his roommate Leonard:以下是谢耳朵和他室友莱纳德之间的一段bazinga对话:Sheldon: "Leonard, you may be right. It appears Penny secretly wants you in her life in a very intimate and carnal fashion."谢:莱纳德,也许你是对的,佩妮的确希望你走进她的生活,同你发展更亲密更深层的关系Leonard: "You really think so?"莱:你真这么想?Sheldon: "Of course not. Even in my sleep-deprived state I've managed to pull off one of my classic pranks. Bazinga!"谢:当然不是了即使处于睡眠不足状态,我的恶作剧还是屡试不爽Bazinga!Clearly, Sheldon uses the term as a stinging barb meant to impress his cleverness upon victims.很显然,谢耳朵是想用这个词让他的恶作剧对象们对他的智慧完全折 谢耳朵口头禅 谢耳朵 口头禅。

他把它拣了起来,此刻侦探打开了灯邓恩看了看他手里的东西竟然是他的手套The GloveJames Dunne hung from the window and,after a moment,dropped to the ground.He had made no noise.He looked about him.The house was on the edge of the town and it was not too near the road.It was almost two o’clock and the night was dark.“Nobody will see me at this time of night.”He thought.He ran quickly across the garden.He felt fairly safe now.He felt clever,too.He had been a thief once.But that was bee he had come t o live in the little town of Brampton.Now he was a jeweller.He had had a jeweller’s1) shop in Brampton ten years.And nobody in the town knew that he had once been a thief.He was not nervous.He climbed easily over the garden wall.He could even think coolly) of the dead man he had left in the house.He had not wanted to kill Richard Strong,but it had been necessary.He had not wanted to steal from Strong either.But he needed money.Dunne needed money because someone had found out about him.A man he had once met in prison recognized him.The man demanded money.He knew that Dunne had been a thief.He said that he would tell people in Brampton about this.Dunne was afraid so he gave him the money.Then the man wanted more money.Dunne’s jewellery business was good,but the man demanded so much that Dunne could not pay him.He tried to win some money,but he lost instead.Now he was in real trouble.He had to get money so he became a thief again.Richard Strong had a lot of valuable old things in his house.Dunne knew this because as a jeweller he often bought old gold and melted it down3).He had decided to melt Strong’s gold which he knew he could sell easily.It was easy to get into the house.In Brampton no one worried about thieves.Dunne knew that the valuable things were in one room,so he climbed up to the open window.In the room Dunne filled his pockets with gold pieces.He soon had more than enough.He was about to leave when he heard a sound behind him.He turned quickly.The door had opened and Strong was standing in front of him.“Dunne.”It was the only word Strong said.Dunne had been looking at an old knife and he still held it in his hand.He hardly thought bee he used it.In a few seconds Strong was dead,Dunne pulled the body into the room and closed the door.Then he turned off the light,drew back the curtains and climbed out through the window.He did not blame) himself killing Strong.“I could do nothing else.”He told himself,“He recognized me.If I hadn’ t killed him I would have gone to prison.”He remembered the look of surprise on Strong’ s face.It even made him smile.“I had to kill him,”he thought.“Besides,he was an old man.He had only a few more years to live.”He felt safe.Nobody had any reason to think that he had been to Strong’s house.“I left nothing there,”he thought.“Nobody saw me going or returning.”The little street was empty and dark when he went into his own house by the side door.He lived alone in the house;a woman came in every day to cook and clean him but she did not live there.His bedroom was at the back of the house,but he drew the heavy curtains across the window bee he turned on the light.Then he felt in his pocket and pulled out a glove.A look of surprise came on to his face.He felt in his pocket again.His hand moved among the gold pieces there but he did not take them out,he was afraid to look at them.He was while with fear.The other glove was not there.He remembered finding the gloves in his pocket when he was at Strong’s house.He had put them on a table while he filled his pockets with gold.He was certain that he had picked them both up bee he left.But now one of the gloves had gone.And it had his name and address inside.He thought of the room where the dead m an lay.The thought of returning filled him with fear.He gave a little cry.“I can’t do it,”he said to himself,“I can’t .”Then he thought of prison.The rest of his life in prison.This thought made him go out into the street again.The return journey to Strong’s house was like a terrible dream.He thought he saw strange shapes at every corner.Once he nearly screamed at a piece of paper on the ground. a moment it had looked like a dead body.He reached the house and climbed slowly up to the window.The room was dark as he had left it.But he thought he could see a darker thing on the floor near the door.He needed to turn the light on to find his glove.He had to go towards the body.His feet touched something soft.He almost screamed5).Then his nervous fingers turned on the light.Richard Strong lay on the floor at his feet.Dunne tried not to look at the body.But something made him look.He put out his hand and touched the knife.“Put up your hands.Put up your hands,you――.”Dunne looked up with a cry.The door had opened and Strong’s son stood there.He was pointing a gun at him.Slowly,Dunne raised his arms above his head.A detective6) and two policemen took him to the police station.On the way,the detective said to Dunne.“Well,this is a surprise.You know,if Strong’s son had not found you in the room,you would have been safe.We would never have thought of you if he hadn’t found you with the body――and with your pockets full of gold.You just did not get away in time.”Dunne said nothing.His house was on the way to the police station.He asked if he could go in and fetch his overcoat.He was cold.“Certainly,”said the detective,“But we‘ll go with you.”He opened the side door and went in.Dunne came next and then the two policemen.Dunne’s foot touched something on the floor.He picked it up and at the moment the detective turned on the light.Dunne looked at the thing in his hand.It was his glove.。

Collectibles CollectiblesCollectibles have been a part of almost every culture since ancient times. Whereas some objects have been collected their usefulness, others have been selected their aesthetic beauty alone. In the ed States, the kinds of collectibles currently popular range from traditional objects such as stamps, coins, rare books, and art to more recent items of interest like dolls, bottles, baseball cards, and comic books.Interest in collectibles has increased enormously during the past decade, in part because some collectibles have demonstrated their value as investments. Especially during cycles of high inflation, investors try to purchase tangibles that will at least retain their current market values. In general, the most traditional collectibles will be sought because they have preserved their value over the years, there is an organized auction market them, and they are most easily sold in the event that cash is needed. Some examples of the most stable collectibles are old masters, Chinese ceramics, stamps, coins, rare books, antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, art by well-known artists, autographs, and period furniture. Other items of more recent interest include old photograph records, old magazines, post cards, baseball cards, art glass, dolls, classic cars, old bottles, and comic books. These relatively new kinds of collectibles may actually appreciate faster as short-term investments, but may not hold their value as long-term investments. Once a collectible has had its initial play, it appreciates at a fairly steady rate, supported by an increasing number of enthusiastic collectors competing the limited supply of collectibles that become increasingly more difficult to locate.3亨利#86;福特尽管亨利#86;福特的名字和大生产的概念相连,但他在劳工保护上得到同样的赞誉,因为他早在19年便实行了用今天的标准来衡量依然是先进的标准安全措施得到改进,日工作时间从当时普遍的或小时减少到8小时为了适应更短的日工作时间,整个工厂从双班变成了三班而且,病假和改善了的工伤医疗得以制度化福特汽车公司是最早建立技术学校来培训专门技工和为移民开设英语学校的工厂之一公司甚至为雇佣残疾人和有前科的人而作出了一些努力最受广泛称赞的革新是实行五美元一天的最低工资其目的是招收和留住那些最好的技工并阻碍工会的发展福特从效率和利润分享的角度来解释这项新的工资政策他也提到这样一个事实,他的员工可以买他们生产的汽车--这实际上是为其产品另开辟了一个市场为了够资格得到最低工资,员工必须建立一个得体的家庭并显示出良好的个人习惯,包括节制、俭省、勤勉和可靠虽然有人批评福特过多地干涉了员工的私人生活,但毫无疑问,在移民们被用恶劣的方式剥削的时代,亨利#86;福特却帮助了许多人在美国扎下根来 569。