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英语口语999句 Lesson39[00:03.10]Manners are quite different from country to country. 各国的礼仪各不相同。[00:11.73]Not only did I know her, but I was her best friend. 我不仅认识她,还是她最好的朋友。[00:21.27]The best-known movie awards are the Academy Awards. 最著名的电影奖是奥斯卡金像奖。[00:30.88]We've got to do something about the neighbor's dog! 我们得对邻居的采取点行动了![00:39.56]Will you come and join us for dinner on Sunday? 星期天来和我们共进晚餐好吗?[00:48.63]Do you think people are a company's greatest wealth? 你认为人是公司最大的财富吗?[00:57.42]He thinks himself somebody, but we think him nobody. 他自以为是重要人物,但我们觉得他什么也不是。[01:08.14]I believe I haven't reached the summit of my career. 我相信我还没有达到事业的巅峰。[01:17.04]It is no matter whether you get there early or late. 你早到晚到都没有关系。[01:24.81]It's against the rules to handle the ball in soccer. 在足球中以手触球就是犯规。[01:33.96]The nurse assisted the doctor in the operating room. 护士在手术室协助医生动手术。[01:43.32]What I do on my own time is nobody else's business. 我在自己的时间里干什么根本不关别人的事。[01:54.19]What I want to do is different from those of others. 我想做的与别人不同。[02:02.18]You forget to write down the date of your departure. 您忘了写离店日期了。[02:09.85]"I wish I'd known about that rule earlier", she said. “我要是早点知道这个规矩就好了!”她说。[02:19.03]Could you tell me your secret for a long, happy life? 你能告诉我长时间地过着快乐的生活的秘诀吗?[02:29.90]He holds a position of great responsibility upon him. 他担任着一个责任重大的职务。[02:38.68]It is said he has secret love affairs with two women! 据说他背地里和两个女人有关系![02:48.04]Number 13 buses run much more frequently, don't they? 13路车跑得更勤,是不是?[02:57.51]They are only too delighted to accept the invitation. 他们非常乐意接受邀请。[03:06.19]We are going to have the final examination next week. 我们下周举行期末考试。[03:14.90]And now medical care helps to keep people alive longer. 现在的医疗保健使得人们活得更长。[03:24.44]Do you think you'll be able to go to sleep fight away? 你认为你马上就能睡着吗?[03:32.83]I am in charge of the company when the manager is out. 经理不在时山我来管理公司。[03:41.72]I borrowed a notebook from Tom and I lent it to Marry. 我从汤姆那儿借了一本笔记本,我又把它借给玛丽了。 /200810/54245

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原味人文风情:Think of all the hundreds of things I could do with my time if I#39;m not thinking about clothes.想想我可以拿我的时间去做的好几百件事,如果我不用思考要穿什么衣的话。Steve Jobs had, you know, his famous black turtleneck and his jeans, his mom jeans.史提夫·贾伯斯穿,你知道,他著名的黑色高领跟牛仔裤,他的老妈裤。For Mark Zuckerburg, it#39;s a cardigan and a T-shirt.马克·祖克柏的话,就是一件开襟毛衣和一件 T 恤。Yeah, maybe that#39;s the right idea.对啊,或许那才是对的想法。Yeah! A work uniform.对!一套工作制。I would describe my work uniform as ;business lady who can get things done.;我会形容我的工作制为「可以完成事情的上班女郎」。I would call my style ;PJ-businesslike-ish.;我会称我的造型为「上班睡衣风」。It#39;s very ;ninjaesque-power; outfit.那是非常「忍者力量般」的穿著。I#39;m really digging the work uniform.我真的非常喜欢我的工作制。I spent a good part of my day just pulling down my skirt, hoping it doesn#39;t ride up.我光整理裙子就花掉一天大半时间,希望它不要一直往上跑。I have two of the same outfit.我有两套同样的衣。I wear each one for two days and then throw it in the wash.我每一套穿两天后就把它丢去洗。No one said anything to me; no one#39;s noticed anything. I have no complaints.没有人跟我说什么;没有人注意到任何不同。我没有抱怨。I#39;ve also been switching up the cardigan, which gives me a little bit of a change.我有换外面那件开襟毛衣,这样给我一点点改变的感觉。I have definitely been able to focus on other things, especially in the mornings.我肯定能专注于其它事情,尤其是早上的时间。I#39;m getting a little tired of this outfit, but so far, so good. Jeanie has turned this into a challenge now.我有一点厌倦这套穿着,但目前都还好。珍妮已经把这变成一个挑战了。It#39;s not just one week—we#39;re gonna see who can go the longest without changing their outfit. Um...and I think I#39;ll win.这不只是一个礼拜而已--我们要看谁能撑最久不换衣。嗯...我觉得我会赢。I think, um, Justine is gonna lose.我觉得,嗯,贾丝汀会输。Because I haven#39;t been doing this in the most hygienic fashion, I haven#39;t been washing my shirt every single day...因为我不是以最卫生的方式在参加这个挑战,我没有每天洗衣...It is getting a little bit uncomfortable.这开始让人有点不舒了。I use deodorant, so B.O. hasn#39;t been that big of an issue. But it is something I#39;m worried about.我用体香剂,所以体味不是那么严重的问题。但那是件我满担心的事情。You can ask any of your Asian friends, but we don#39;t really sweat that much in our armpits. And we don#39;t have to wear deodorant.你可以问你任何一个亚洲朋友,不过我们的腋下不会留那么多汗。我们也就不需用体香剂。My boyfriend likes my smell, so he hasn#39;t been complaining about that.我男友喜欢我的味道,所以他没有抱怨这点。Men can wear the same thing to work every day—no one really notices or cares.男人可以每天穿一样去上班--没有人真的注意到或在意。But women have something different expected of them.但对女人就有不同期待。I feel like women are expected to spend more time on what they#39;re wearing and on their makeup and on their hair.我觉得女人好像被期待要花更多时间去想要穿什么跟化妆还有发型。It#39;s Day 5, and I am totally sick of this outfit.今天是第五天,我已经完全厌倦这身装。I just looked at what I have, and it was stinky and gross. And I didn#39;t wanna put it on.我刚刚看我有什么可以穿,都又臭又恶心。我根本不想穿它。I actually really like wearing one outfit all the time.我其实很喜欢一直穿同样的衣。I don#39;t care if people are starting to notice that I#39;m wearing the same thing every day.我不在乎别人是否开始注意到我每天都穿一样。So I won the Work Uniform Challenge by a day.所以我以一天之差赢得「工作制挑战」。Congratulations. I think that this is, like, a concept that could actually potentially catch on as long as people are accepting of people wearing the same thing every day.恭喜。我觉得这像是一个确实有潜力会流行起来的概念,只要人们能接受大家每天都穿一样。 Article/201611/477399

Carbon dioxide, or CO2, is the main greenhouse gas in climate change.二氧化碳,又叫CO2,是气候变化中温室效应气体的主要成分So how does CO2 get into our atmosphere?co2是如何进入我们大气层的?Well, carbon is part of a cycle. It starts with the sun,碳是循环的一部分,它始于太阳which heats the Earth#39;s surface with more energy in one hour than the whole world uses in a year.太阳用很大的能量照射地球表面,一个小时的能量比我们一年的使用量还要多Plants, which are kind of like biological chefs,植物就像是一种生物厨师take that sunlight, and then suck in some CO2 from the air, mix them together, and BAM!利用阳光,吸收空气中的二氧化碳,将它们混合,存储They create a stored form of energy, in the form of carbohydrates such as glucose and sucrose.植物在生成碳水化合物时会生成一种可以存储的能量,这个碳水化合物是葡萄糖,蔗糖等等The process is called photosynthesis.这个过程被称为光合作用When animals like us eat those plants, our stomachs convert that food back into energy for our own growth.当动物,譬如我们,吃这些植物时,我们的胃将食物转化为提供给我们生长所使用的能量Greenhouse gases are a byproduct of this process, and are released through waste.温室气体是这一过程的副产品,会通过损耗释放If those plants die, they decompose, and tiny microorganisms break down those carbohydrates如果这些植物死亡,它们会分解,同时微生物再一次分解这些碳水化合物and again, release greenhouse gases as a byproduct.将温室气体作为一种副产品释放As you see, energy originates from the sun. It is then transferred as it moves through the food chain.正如你看到的那样,能量来源于太阳并通过食物链转移But sometimes, carbon based organisms like plants or animals get stuck in the earth.但是,有时候植物和动物等生物体内的碳会被埋到地里When this happens, they#39;re compressed under tons of pressure,当这种情况出现时,它们会被巨大的压力压缩and turned into carbon-based fossil fuels, like oil, coal or natural gas.然后转化为含碳的化石燃料,譬如石油,木炭,天然气Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have been pulling those fossil fuels out of the ground自从工业革命以来,人们已经挖掘出这些化石燃料了and burning them, activating the stored energy to make electricity and power engines.使用它们,产生可存储的能量,以此能量来发电或者为机器供能But the thing is it also releases millions of years worth of stored CO2 back into the air.但是这也使得数百万年来存储的二氧化碳被释放,重新进去空气中。In addition, humans breathe in oxygen and breathe out CO2. But plants do the opposite.除此之外,人类也会吸入氧气呼出二氧化碳。但是植物恰恰相反Trees suck up huge amounts of CO2, which balances the cycle.树木吸收大量的二氧化碳以平衡碳循环Thus, deforestation reduces the plants that store CO2.因此,森林开采减少了能储存二氧化碳的植物We#39;re attacking the cycle from both sides.我们正在从两方面破坏碳循环Think of it like a computer. A computer can operate a few programs at a time, right?从计算机的角度来思考,一个计算机能够同时执行一些进程,对吧?Normally, when you#39;ve finished with a document, you save, and you close it, so as not to overwork the computer.一般来说,当你处理完一份文件,你会保存然后关闭它,只要计算机不是过度工作的Then, imagine you stopped closing your documents. So they were all open at once.接下来,想象你停止关闭文档。它们会立即全部打开Your computer wouldn#39;t be able to process it all.你的电脑将不能处理它It would start to slow down, and then to freeze, and eventually it would crash.它将会开始变慢,接下来卡住,最后它将会崩溃Which might be where our environment is heading if we keep overloading the carbon cycle.如果我们保持碳循环过载的话,我们的环境也会走向同样的结果So is there any way to rebalance the ecosystem?所以有什么办法重新平衡碳循环吗?What about technology? Technology is defined as a technique to solve a problem.技术呢?技术被定义为解决一个问题的技巧And so, sustainable technologies are those whose output is equal to their input.所以可持续的技术就是让它的投入等于产出They do not create negative externalities, such as CO2, in the present or the future.他们不会产生负的外部效应,比如二氧化碳,不管是在现在还是在未来。They sort of cancel themselves out to solve the problem.这在抵消自己的二氧化碳排量上解决了这个问题To achieve this, we need to invent sustainable technologies.为了实现这个目标,我们需要发明可持续技术If we put all the ideas and technologies ever created into one circle,如果我们将全部的想法和技术用来创建一个循环then invention is the pushing of the boundaries of that circle.然后这个发明将推动循环边界的发展And the area outside of the circle is infinite, meaning the potential for invention is limitless.循环外的空间是无限的,这意味着发明创造的可能是有限的Think about some of the incredible clean technologies we have today. All those ideas have one thing in common.想想现今的洁净技术(能源)。所有这些有一点是相同的They all came from people. People innovate. People create.它们都来源于人类,人类创新,人类创造。It#39;s the limitless potential of creative people to build unimagined technologies有创造性的人们发明不可思议的技术,这个可能性是有限的。that is going to stop climate changeand rebalance the ecosystem.这些技术指的是使得气候变化停止,生态系统平衡的技术。And that is something to be hopeful about.虽然可能性有限,但是是有希望的。 Article/201706/514399

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