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  • Go pear-shaped: 唉!搞砸了 -01-7 00::7 来源: 据说,只要你不是完美的模特,你的身材多少会接近三种水果体形:梨形、苹果形、香蕉形“梨形”(pear-shaped)常用来戏谑“肩膀较窄、脂肪多集中于臀部和大腿的女性”英语中,不完美的“梨形体形”可引申为遗憾的懊悔语:“唉,完蛋了!…唉,搞砸了!”辞源记载,英国俚语“go pear-shaped”出自英国皇家空军,最早出现于上世纪60年代空军飞行员学特技飞行时,其中有一项训练项目叫“翻圈飞行”对新手来说,这“圈”可不大好掌握,一般新手翻的圈都不太圆,呈梨形这时,地面上的队友就会说:“It's all gone pear-shaped!”随着时间的推移,go pear-shaped逐渐被大众接受,用来泛指“没把事情做好”如果下次,你不小心把工作或项目搞砸了,就可说:It's all gone pear-shaped(事情全被搞砸了)(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 事情 gone 用来 空军
  • 看美剧学英语:《老友记0句经典口语() -01-7 18:6: 来源: 1、Just follow my lead. 听我指挥好了、Good you!你真不错好!(老友记中极其常见的赞扬、表扬句型)3、Let me put it this way, we’re having sex whether you’re here or not. (主要是前半句中put的用法,这里put等于say;极其标准的口语说法)、The more I worried about it, the more I couldn’t sleep.(the more……the more……越什么……就什么……;多学点这样的句型举一反三不论对口语还是写作都有帮助)5、We’re more than happy to give you recommendations.(more than happy等于非常高兴)6、Rachel, Can you pass me the TV guide? 能把电视报递给我吗?(非常实用的口语句型,叫别人递东西可以引用)7、Not that it’s your business, but we did go out. (倒不是……不过……典型的绕弯子式美国思维模式)、We have to cut our trip short! 我们不得不中断旅行.(cut sth short打断话语;中断某事;)9、This party stinks sucks! (sth sucks意思是什么事情很糟糕)30、You do the math.你自己来算一下31、I’m with you 我同意你的观点3、I waswill be there you.我持(过)你!(还记得老友记主题曲最后一句吗)33、I’m all yours!我全听你的、I’ll take care of it. 我会搞定的35、I would like to propose a toast.(英美电影宴会婚礼场景经典句型;提议为什么事情举杯祝福时用:)36、Lucky me! 我真走运幸运!(诺丁山里面出现)37、Storage rooms give me creeps. 储藏室让我全身冒鸡皮疙瘩38、What is with that guy? 那个家伙到底怎么了?39、Plus, I’m gonna take you out a lot free dinner. (plus除此之外)0、we’ve talked about the relationship and stuff.(And stuff诸如此类) 口语 经典 学英语 more
  • 常用英语900句:表达不同的观点 Expreing Different Opinio -01-7 :: 来源: Expressing Different Opinions 表达不同的观点66. He is a very creative student. 他是个很有创造力的学生67. What you have said about this is very interesting. 你说的很有意思68. I cannot agree with you on this point. 在这一点上,我不能同意你的意见69. You've got the point. 你抓住了问题的实质650. That's the point. 这正是问题的关键651. The whole class is in a heated discussion. 全班同学正在热烈讨论65. Let's just run through the arguments and against.我们来看一下赞成和反对的理由653. Please sum up what you said just now. 请把你刚才说的总结一下65. Has anybody else anything to say on this? 关于这点,谁还有什么别的要说吗?655. Does anybody share David's opinion? 有谁同意大卫的观点吗?656. Is there any evidence to support what you have said?有什么据可以持你的说法吗?657. Well, it depends. 这得视情况而定658. I don't think it's necessary us to discuss this questionany further.我想我们没有必要进一步讨论这个问题659. There are always two sides to everything. 每件是都有两面性660. Finally, we came to an agreement. 最后我们达成了一致 观点 不同 英语 表达
  • 世会英语口语会话:在机场迎接(3) -01-7 :: 来源: Dialogue 3( On the way from the Pudong Airport to the hotel, Mr. Brown is talking with Ms. Lin)Mr. Brown: I didn't expect the airport to be SO efficient!Mrs. Lin: That's one of the changes.The government has done a lot to meet the needs of the World Expo.Mr. Brown: So you've increased the capacity of the airport.Mr. Lin: Yes. The airport terminals have been fully developed to receive thousands of tourists and business travellers every day. But it's more than that.Mr. Brown: You mean ...Mrs. Lin: The airport is not only an efficient transport hub, but also features a wide range of facilities such as shopping, leisure and conventions.Mr. Brown: Yes, I've noticed that.Mrs. Lin: It's also very convenient to travel from the airport to the downtown area.Mr. Brown: You can take a shuttle bus as well as the subway.Mrs. Lin: And the magnetic levitation train, which travels at a stunning speed.Mr. Brown: Yeah, MLT, I'll take it next time.对话 3(从浦东机场去宾馆的路上,布朗先生与林女士交谈)布朗先生:我没想到机场的效率会这么高!林女士: 这就是变化之一政府为了满足世会的需求做了很多工作布朗先生:所以你们增大了机场的容量林女士: 对机场的终端已经完全拓展,以迎接每天成千上万的游客和商务人士但还不止这些布朗先生:你是指......林女士: 机场不仅是一个高效的运输中心,而且还具备一系列的购物、和会展设施布朗先生:对我已经注意到了林女士: 从机场去市中心也很方便布朗先生:可以乘地铁和往返班车林女士: 还有磁悬浮列车,它行驶的速度快得惊人布朗先生:噢,磁悬浮列车,下次我一定要乘坐 迎接 机场 英语口语 布朗
  • A基础英语对话:约会 -01-7 19::6 来源: Dario: Hi Brian, how have things been with you? Brian: Pretty good, thanks Dario, but they would be better if I could find some matches. Dario: You can borrow my lighter instead. Brian: No thanks, I prefer to use matches. Dario: Matches are not good the environment though. Brian: Why do you say that? Dario: To make matches you need to cut down a lot of trees! Brian: Oh, I see your point. I will start buying lighters in the future. Dario: The best thing would be to quit smoking all together! Brian: Yeah I know, but I am too weak! Dario: But not too weak to remember to the Xianzai English newsletters every week! 戴瑞奥:嗨布莱恩,一切都好吗? 布莱恩:很好,谢谢戴瑞奥,如果我能找到一些火柴就更好了 戴瑞奥:你可以借我的打火机 布莱恩:不用了谢谢,我喜欢用火柴 戴瑞奥:可是火柴对环境不好 布莱恩:你为什么这么说? 戴瑞奥:制造火柴需要砍倒很多树! 布莱恩:噢,我明白你的意思了以后我会开始买打火机 戴瑞奥:最好是连烟也一起戒掉! 布莱恩:是的我知道,可是我意志太薄弱了! 戴瑞奥:可不要薄弱得连每周的“现在”英语通讯也忘了读!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Writer: a person who makes a living by writing 作家,靠写作为生的人 Some people think that writing a living is glamorous, but really it is just hard work. 有的人认为以写作为生很吸引人,可实际上这是个很辛苦的工作 ) Fiction: a story that is not true, or made up 不真实的或虚构的故事 Fiction is the most popular m of writing today because the stories are usually more interesting. 现在小说是最流行的一种写作形式,因为小说故事通常更有趣一些 3) Non-fiction: books that are based on fact 根据事实写的书 All textbooks are non-fiction such as history, geography, mathematics and science. 所有的教科书都是记实的,如历史、地理、数学和科学 ) Paperback: a soft-cover book, cheaper than hardbacks 平装书,比精装书便宜 Many people refuse to pay the high price hardback books so they wait the paperback version. 很多人不愿意出高价买精装书,所以他们等平装版本 Dialogue(对话) Jessie: Tina, will you help me to write my autobiography? Tina: That's a silly question. An autobiography is written by the person themselves. Jessie: If you help me, what will it be? Tina: It would be a biography. A biography is a person's story written by someone else. Jessie: Well anyway, can you help me? Tina: Sure, I think I have the talent to become a writer. Jessie: I heard a song recently about a paperback writer and it has given me some good ideas. Tina: I know that song! Can we sing it together? 杰西:蒂娜,你能帮我写我的自传吗? 蒂娜:这个问题很愚蠢自传是当事人自己写的 杰西:如果你帮我写那叫什么? 蒂娜:那叫传记传记是由别人来写的关于某个人的故事 杰西:不管怎么样,你能帮我吗? 蒂娜:没问题,我想我有当作家的天份 杰西:我最近听了一首关于平装书作家的歌,这首歌给了我一些很好的启示 蒂娜:我知道这首歌!我们能一起唱吗?New Words (生词) 1) Date: going out with someone, usually has a romantic feel 约会,与某人一起出去,通常感觉很浪漫 The whole idea of going on a date makes me feel very nervous. 想到要约会这件事我就觉得很紧张 ) Tacky: sleazy, not nice 庸俗、不好 When I had a look at her house, I noticed that the curtains were really tacky, the design was terrible and the material was cheap. 看到她房子的时候,我注意到那些窗帘很俗气,设计糟糕,布料低劣 3) Memorable: something that is easy to remember 容易记住的、难忘的 My graduation and first kiss are the most memorable things so far in my life. 毕业和初吻是目前为止我生活中最难忘的事 ) Ritual:social custom 社会风俗 Things like drinking tea, coffee and wines all have a lot of ritual about them. 关于品茶、喝咖啡和饮酒等都有很多相关的风俗习惯Lesson: 课文 At some time, we will all go out on a date. It is important to remember several things that will (hopefully) make the whole experience memorable. 某一天我们都会去赴约约会前一定要记住几件事情,这样可能会使整个约会经历更加难忘 Everyone is nervous when they go to a date. They worry about whether the other person will like them or if they will make a fool of themselves somehow. If you keep in mind how nervous the other person is, you will be less nervous. 每个人去约会的时候都会感到紧张他们担心对方是否会喜欢自己或者他们是否会出丑如果你想着另一方有多紧张,你就不会那么紧张了 Clothes, your car and how much money you have are NOT the most important things. What is important is that you make the other person feel comtable and can make them laugh. 穿着、车子和你的收入并不是最重要的事重要的是你能让对方感觉舒,逗他们开心 Think about where you will go on a date bee you meet the person. No one likes to play the "what do you want to do" game. Have a good plan bee leaving the house. 见面前想想你们要去哪里约会没有人喜欢玩“你想做什么?”的游戏离家之前要计划好 Dinner is always good and safe. Movies are usually OK, but choose a movie carefully. Bowling can be fun as can a walk in the park. Avoid sports or offering to cook at your house as they may make your date feel uncomtable. 吃晚餐总是不错的建议,也很安全一般来说看电影也可以,但要小心选择好电影打保龄跟在公园里散步一样有趣不要提议做运动或在你家里下厨,这可能会让你的约会很不舒 The big moment is at the end of the date. Should you kiss or not! There is no simple answer to this other than to say that you should be natural. 约会结束的时候很关键你是否应该吻对方!对此除了让一切顺其自然没有更简单的了 Remember that no means no. No never means yes. 要记住不就是不,永远不意味着是Dialogue (对话) Jeff: Joan! I am really excited. Can I tell you all about my date last night? Joan: Sure but you have to start at the beginning! How did you meet her? Jeff: We met in the elevator. I held the door open her. Joan: Did you ask her out, or did she ask you? Jeff: I was really surprised because she asked me out! Joan: So where did you go? Jeff: We had a nice dinner and then went to see a movie. Joan: Did you walk her home afterwards? Jeff: Yep - right to the door. She said I was a real gentleman. Joan: And did you kiss her? Jeff: I wouldn't be a gentleman if I told you that! 杰夫:琼!我真的很兴奋我能给你讲讲我昨晚的约会吗? 琼:好吧,不过你必须从头开始讲起!你怎么认识她的? 杰夫:我们在电梯里认识的,我帮她开电梯门 琼:你约她出去了吗,还是她约了你? 杰夫:我当时真的很惊讶因为是她约的我! 琼:那你们去哪了? 杰夫:我们吃了一顿很棒的晚餐然后去看了电影 琼:看完电影你送她回家了吗? 杰夫:没错,一直送到门口她说我是个真正的绅士 琼:你吻她了吗? 杰夫:如果我告诉你这个就不是绅士了! 约会 对话 英语 基础
  • Being less than perfectly well--dressed in a business setting can result in a feeling of profound discomt that may well require therapy to dispel1. And the sad truth is that “clothing mismatches” on the job can ruin the day of the person who’s wearing the inappropriate attire3 and the people with whom he or she comes in contact.在生意场合着装稍有不慎就会使人有非常不舒的感觉,需要有对应的良策糟糕的事实是:办公时“着装不协调”不仅会使这个穿着不得体的人过不好这一天,也会使同他(她)接触的人难受When should you dress up or dress down?你该何时盛装,何时便装?Offices vary when it comes to dress codes. Some businesses have very high standards their employees and set strict guidelines office attire, while others maintain a more relaxed attitude. However, it is always important to remember that no matter what your company’s attitude is regarding what you wear, you are working in a business environment and you should dress accordingly. Certain items may be more appropriate evening wear than a business meeting, just as shorts and a T--shirt are better suited the beach than an office environment. Your attire should reflect both your environment and your position. A senior vice president has a different image to maintain than that of a secretary or sales assistant. Like it or not, you will be judged by your personal appearance.不同的单位对着装有不同的要求有些公司对其雇员高标准要求,对办公室的着装有严格的规定,而有些公司则对此采取较宽容的态度但无论你所在的公司对你的穿着采取何种态度,你是在一个商务环境中工作,你的着装应与之相配,记住这一点非常重要有些衣更适于做晚礼而不宜出现在商务会议上,正如短裤和T恤衫更适合在海滨穿着而不适于在办公室一样你的衣着既应反映你的环境又应反映你的职位高级副总裁应保持的形象不应等同于秘书或销售助理无论你是否认同,别人将通过你的个人形象来判断你的一切This is never more apparent than on “dress--down days”, when what you wear can say more about you than any business suit ever could. In fact, people will pay more attention to what you wear on dress--down days than on “business professional” days. Thus, when dressing in “business casual” clothes, try to put some flair into your wardrobe choices, recognize that the “real” definition of business casual is to dress just one notch5 down from what you would normally wear on business--professional attire days. Avoid jeans, worn, wrinkled polo shirts6, sneakers, scuffed7 shoes, halter8 tops, and revealing blouses. men, try wearing a neat pair of pants and a buttoned shirt with long or short sleeves that has more color or texture in the fabric. women, wear skirts or tailored pants with blouses, blazers, and accessories that mean business yet convey a more casual look than your standard business attire.这种“以衣度人”的态度在“便装日”表现得更为明显,这时你的穿着比任何商务套装都更能说明你的一切事实上,人们更注重你的便装,而不是你的职业装,在着“商务便装”时,选衣要加些品味要知道商务便装的“真正”含义是指你的装束应比正规职业着装仅仅随意一点不要穿牛仔、破旧而皱巴的马球衬衫、运动鞋、磨损的鞋子、三角背心和暴露的衬衫男士应穿干净整洁的便装裤,带扣子的长袖或短袖衬衫,颜色和质地多样化一些女士应穿裙子或裁剪得体的便装裤、衬衫、外套和饰物,整体装束既正式又比标准的职业装随意Remember, there are boundaries between your career and your social life. You should dress one way play and another way when you mean business. Always ask yourself where you’re going and how other people will be dressed when you get there. Is the final destination the opera, the beach, or the office? Dress accordingly and you will discover the truth in the axiom9 that clothes make the man--and the woman. When in doubt, always err on the side of dressing slightly more conservatively than the situation demands. Remember, you can always remove a jacket, but you can’t put one on if you didn’t think to take it with you.切记:你的职业和你的社交生活应界限分明去场所穿一身衣,去谈生意就要换另一身装扮你总要问一下自己是去哪儿,那儿的人们会怎样穿着你最终的目的地是歌剧院、海滨还是办公室?相应着装,你就会发现“人靠衣装马靠鞍”这个格言是很有道理的如果你没有把握,就比实际要求稍微穿得保守一些记住:你总是可以脱掉外衣,但如果你没想到要带,那你可就没有穿的了 8397
  • Changing Roles of Public Education One of the most important social developments that helped to make possible a shift in thinking about the role of public education was the effect of the baby boom of the 1950's and 1960's on the schools. In the 19's, but especially in the Depression conditions of the 1930's, the ed States experienced a declining birth rate -- every thousand women aged fifteen to ty-four gave birth to about 8 live children in 19,89. in 1930,75.8 in 1936, and 80 in 190. With the growing prosperity brought on by the Second World War and the economic boom hat followed it young people married and established households earlier and began to raise larger families than had their predecessors during the Depression. Birth rates rose to 1 per thousand in 196, 1. in 1950, and 8 in 1955. Although economics was probably the most important determinant, it is not the only explanation the baby boom. The increased value placed on the idea of the family also helps to explain this rise in birth rates. The baby boomers began streaming into the first grade by the mid 190's and became a flood by 1950. The public school system suddenly found itself overtaxed. While the number of schoolchildren rose because of wartime and postwar conditions, these same conditions made the schools even less prepared to cope with the flood. The wartime economy meant that few new schools were built between 190 and 195. Moreover, during the war and in the boom times that followed, large numbers of teachers left their profession better-paying jobs elsewhere in the economy. Theree in the 1950's and 1960's, the baby boom hit an antiquated and inadequate school system. Consequently, the "custodial rhetoric"of the 1930's and early 190's no longer made sense that is, keeping youths aged sixteen and older out of the labor market by keeping them in school could no longer be a high priority an institution unable to find space and staff to teach younger children aged five to sixteen. With the baby boom, the focus of educators and of laymen interested in education inevitably turned toward the lower grades and back to basic academic skills and discipline. The system no longer had much interest in offering nontraditional, new, and extra services to older youths. 69
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