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12The Lord said to Moses, 2"Say to the Israelites: 'A woman who becomes pregnant and gives birth to a son will be ceremonially unclean for seven days, just as she is unclean during her monthly period. 3On the eighth day the boy is to be circumcised. 4Then the woman must wait thirty-three days to be purified from her bleeding. She must not touch anything sacred or go to the sanctuary until the days of her purification are over. 5If she gives birth to a daughter, for two weeks the woman will be unclean, as during her period. Then she must wait sixty-six days to be purified from her bleeding. 6" 'When the days of her purification for a son or daughter are over, she is to bring to the priest at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting a year-old lamb for a burnt offering and a young pigeon or a dove for a sin offering. 7He shall offer them before the Lord to make atonement for her, and then she will be ceremonially clean from her flow of blood. " 'These are the regulations for the woman who gives birth to a boy or a girl. 8If she cannot afford a lamb, she is to bring two doves or two young pigeons, one for a burnt offering and the other for a sin offering. In this way the priest will make atonement for her, and she will be clean.' " Article/200802/27095

释义:Are you saying... ?你的意思是……吗?因为对方的意想不到的话语或者是完全不可理喻的话语而慌张,想要再次进行确认的时候的表现形式。根据文意的不同,既可以表示惊讶,也可以表示厌烦。如果是使用固定的表现形式 What are you saying?的话,那么表示的就是“那是什么意思?”的意思。例句:Are you saying that you#39;re not going to hire me?你的意思是将不会录用我是吧?What I#39;m trying to say is that she#39;s rich.我想说的是她很富有。What I#39;m saying is Allan likes you, not me.我的意思是艾伦喜欢的人是你,而不是我。What are you saying? Am I rude?你说的是什么意思?我很无礼吗?对话:A: You#39;ll be sorry if you don#39;t prepare for the test.如果你不为这次考试做准备的话,你将会后悔的。B: Are you saying that I should study?你的意思是我必须要学习吗? /201706/513781

  今天,曾经被许多人唱衰的微创造了新的历史:在美国股市前的一个交易日中,微股价盘中上涨至53.12美元,市值达到113亿美元,一度超越社交媒体始祖推特。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道BEIJING - Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo overtook its US counterpart Twitter in market capitalization for the first time ever during trading on Monday.北京消息,周一,中国社交媒体巨头新浪微的市值首次在盘中交易中超越美国同行推特。【讲解】market capitalization是市值。周一,在纳斯达克上市的(Nasdaq-listed)新浪微市值(market value)在股盘中交易中一度涨至113.5亿美元,而在纽约券交易所(New York Stock Exchange)上市的推特在同一时间的市值为113.4亿美元。这是新浪微首次在市值(market cap)上超过(outperform)美国同行。新浪微的股价(share price)收于每股52.91美元,而推特的股价收于每股(per share)16.73美元。股市收盘(market close)时,新浪微市值回落,落后(lag behind)推特大约6亿美元。根据相关财报(financial reports)显示,Twitter 2016年二季度(the second quarter)营收(rake in)为6.02亿美元,是新浪微的4倍(quadruple)多。但是新浪微在营收和用户增长(user growth)方面显示出了更强的增长势头(stronger growth momentum)。截至第二季度,推特的月活跃用户(monthly active users)有约3.13亿,较去年同期仅增加了3%,而新浪微的月活跃用户有2.82亿,较去年同期(year on year)增加33%。据国际投行(international investment bank)根大通估计,得益于强劲的用户数量和营收增长(strong user and revenue growth),2017年年中时新浪微的股价有望达到每股70美元。 /201610/472358

  John Lyman stood on the steps of the summer house, watching his wife climbing into the car and drive off along the lake road. She was going to the village to get some boxes for his manuscripts and books. He looked unhappy, he had done little work on his book and the summer was now gone. “A wasted summer,” he had said to his wife.“Not wasted, John,” she had said gently. “It’s been good for all of us.” “But not good for my work,” he’d answered bitterly. He put his pipe down, smiled weakly as his old dog Bingo came up to sniff it. The dog did this to be near him and he patted it on the head. Then he remembered his unfinished book and he asked his child hopefully “Isn’t there something else you would like to do instead of going sailing on our last day here?” The child stopped wiggling her toes in the hot dust and turned up her face and said with an unhappy look. “Do we have to go home tomorrow, daddy?”“Yes,” he answered, “school begins Monday you know?”She moaned. She looked small in her swimsuit and frail. Bingo pushed against his hand and he thought about a number of things that he had had the dog longer than his child who was almost nine. And he remembered that Bingo had been his dog even before he met his wife Doris. She had been 18 then and was now 29. For 11 years, she had tried to be as old as himself and he had tried to be as young as she. Now any anger you wondered if their love was worth the years of trying and so often failing. The child said, “Daddy, I can't think of anything else I would rather do than go sailing.”This made him more angry. He was a poor sailor and had aly upset the boat once. His wife was probably right, he thought. She said he was always thinking so much about his book on early grey card that he let the wind and the boat get the better of him. And so, after he agreed to take out the boat it happened again today. He was so troubled with the lost of his time but he let a gust of wind turned his light boat over. He went under and was terrified. Not because of his own safety but that of the child. Usually she swam well but it was different today. In a panic, he broke through the surface of the water and looked wildly about for her. He saw the boat first. It had swum to the right, its red painted side glistening in the sun. Then to his left, he saw her bright hair. In her terror she was fighting the water, gasping and screaming. He called out to calm her and swam to her. She came up sobbing. He put an arm around her and held her close. She clung to him like a thin, frightened animal. He could feel her terror who was like something alive and in singing. Suddenly he wanted to shout for help though he knew there was no one to hear, and he wanted to fight against the water with all his strength. But he forced himself to keep calm. “Don’t cry,” * said gently, “we’re all right.” He stayed in the same spot, moving his legs up and down in the water to keep afloat. He held her close talking quietly, at last she heard him. When her arms loosened, he laughed and said, “We’ll never hear the last of this from mother.” She laughed too and asked, “Where’s the boat?” He finally saw it far to the right. “It’s running away from us.” he said. Alone he might have caught up with it and let it carry them to safety. Lifting his head he saw how far they were from shore. Almost half a mile! Again he became tense, frightened, but he said, “Thank you for hanging on while I swam.” She laughed again and put her arms around his neck. She seemed liked it first and he told himself he could make it. Swam one hundred strokes, he kept saying to himself, then float and rest awhile. After the third rest period she seemed to have grown surprisingly heavy. He was too old for something like this, he thought. Now he had lost count of the rest periods. He felt physically spent unable to make it to shore. He’d always cared more for books than sports and now he wondered if he had not spent too many hours of his life by himself, studying, writing, teaching, too many hours of wanting nothing more than his pipe, his dog and his books. He remembered how Doris had come into one of his classes, a girl of 18, the oldest of a large family. A fresh lovely girl with laughter in her eyes. One day he found her on a college grounds, gently touching Bingo and said he was a beautiful dog. Really Bingo was a big ugly brute. Doris said that Bingo had character. He laughed and told her what a lazy, no good Bingo was. And then she laughed too. Listening he knew that she was what he wanted. Then came a wedding day, she said she would give him a houseful of noisy sons, they would make him forget his books and filling with laughter. The first was to be named John Junior. But she succeeded in giving him only a tiny daughter who arrived too early and was given only a small chance to live. But she lived and they named her Joanna and called her Jonnie. Now he was swimming to shore with her, while a great weakness filled every inch of his body. He felt there was little hope, he was tiring fast. He wondered what it would be like to die at nine and at forty. He wondered what would become of old Bingo, and the pipe he had left on the front steps of this house. He wondered how long it would be before Doris would laugh again, and he knew how foolish it was to be angry because of book had not been written. “Daddy,” Jonnie asked, “is our boat lost for good?” “Oh no, it, it wash ashore.” “And will we sail it next summer?” “Of course, and probably upset it again.” She laughed and he swam on. The next time he painfully lifted his head, he saw they were quite close to land. For as far as he was concerned, it didn’t matter. He had reached the point where he could no longer move, not an inch. “Now,” he said smiling, “I’ll wish you to the house, I’ll come to him and then give you that much of start, no looking back.” Excitedly she swam on on her own. He closed his eyes. His feet and legs were like lead pulling him down. Slowly the water covered his chin, his mouth and then surprisingly, his feet touched bottom. At last he pushed forward on his stomach along the dry hot sand. “I won!” Jonnie cried as she ran back toward where her father lay, “I’ve been to the house aly.” He sat up slowly to look at her, funny looking means, thin arms and legs. He had been like that when he was a boy of nine. Blonde hair, blue eyes, that part of her was Doris’ gift. Then he knew that if he had drowned, it would not have mattered much. But if Jonnie had drowned, he and Doris would have been lost and the whole future would have been changed. Suddenly he knew why he himself had been born into this world. Not to write a book, but to father and protect this one child. “That comes mother!” Jonnie cried and went racing away. Somehow he was able to get to his feet and followed. “Daddy and I upset the boat.” He heard Jonnie say laughingly, “then we swam a race to shore and I won!” Doris' shocked eyes met his immediately without being told, she seemed to know what had almost happen to him and Jonnie. She sat down as if her knees had suddenly turned to rubber. He dropped down behind her and took her hand in his. “You were right,” he said gently, “It has been a good summer.” And when she stopped shaking, he kissed her.You have been listening to the story "Upset". It was written by Frank ?. Copyright by Family Circle incorporated. All rights reserved. Your storyteller was Walter Guthrie. Listen again next week at this same time for another American story told in Special English on the Voice of America. This is Shirley Griffith Article/200801/23679。

  每日一句口语:You don’t need strength to let go of something. What you really need is understanding.放弃并不需要花费多大的力气,你真正需要的是把事情看通透了。【知识点讲解】let go v.放开,释放,发射;例句:;Let go of me,; he snarled.他气急败坏地喊道:“放开我。” /201510/401842

  今日短语keep up跟上例句:You#39;re running too fast. I can#39;t keep up.你跑得太快,我跟不上。 /201607/455766pround as a peacock 得意洋洋【讲解】peacock的本义是“孔雀”,做动词时有“炫耀”的意思。在该习语中,作为名同的pea-cock取了动词的含义。proud as a peacock 的字面意思“如孔崔般骄傲”,实际指“得意洋洋,神气活现”。【对话】A:John is always pround as a peacock recently.A:约翰最近总是神气活现的。B:He won the top scholarship this term.B:这学期他得了头等奖学金。A:No wonder.A:怪不得。 /201506/381560今日短语in sight视力所及之处,在此指‘可见的将来’,也就是‘不久之后’例句:A: How are you feeling these days?你最近感觉如何?B: Better. A cure for my illness is in sight.好多了。我的痊愈指日可待。 /201607/451838

  steal a march on sb.抢在某人前面A:Did you get the car you wanted?A:你买你看上的那辆车了吗?B:No. Someone had stolen a march on me and bought it.B:没有,有人比我抢先一步买走了。A:What about the car over there?A:那边的那辆车怎么样?B:It#39;s marvelous, and the price is marvelous, as well.B:很棒,可价格也很惊人。 /201612/477025今日短语:look after照顾例句:My mom wants me to look after my little brother tonight.我妈要我今晚照顾我的小弟。 /201612/479723

  菜单,菜肴Menu, please?给我看一下菜单好吗?Let us see what is on the today.让我们看看今天的菜单上有些什么菜。Would you like to see the dessert , sir?先生,请问您需要看看甜点单吗?We have a few specials on the this evening.我们今天晚上有几个特色菜。;Menu, please?;“给我看一下菜单好吗?”快快发给好友,随学随用! /201704/504833

  Turn the radio down, please.请把收音机的音量调小一点。But I#39;m listening to it.但我正在听。Well, listen to it more quietly.好吧,听得更安静一点。I can#39;t wait till I grow up.我已经不能等到长大了。What will you do?你将会怎么做?I will play the radio as loud as I want.我就可以想多大声就多大声。That#39;s okay with me.我没问题。I will have a radio in every room of my house.我会在每个房间都放一台收音机。Remind me to never visit you.提醒我不要去看你。All the radios will be on extra loud.所有的收音机都会有额外的声音。Your neighbors will hate you.你的邻居会讨厌你的。If they don#39;t like it, they can move.如果他们不喜欢,他们可以搬家。译文属仅供学习和交流使用,不得转载 /201508/395618。

  视频文本如下:Welcome to English in a Minute!欢迎来到《一分钟英语》栏目!Gears are found on many machines and vehicles.很多机器和车辆上都有齿轮。Gears help them change speed - like on a bicycle.齿轮可以用来改变速度——比如自行车。Switch Gears改变,切换So, is this a biking expression? Let#39;s listen.那么,这是关于自行车的表达吗?我们来听一下。Jonathan! What are you doing?乔纳森!你在干什么呢?I am ing this book for English class.我在看这本书,为英语课做准备。Well, now it is time to switch gears. We have to memorize all these lines by tonight!现在该换内容了。今天晚上,我们必须把所有台词都记下来!All right. I am switching gears.好吧。我现在就换。In English, switching gears means you have moved on to something else - a different job or a different subject.在英语中,“switch gears”的意思是你切换到了其他东西上——一份不同的工作或一个不同的主题。This expression is based on the idea that a machine or vehicle will change speed when you change the gears.这个表达源于当你改变机器和车辆的齿轮时,它们的速度也会改变。And that#39;s English in a Minute!以上就是今天的《一分钟英语》栏目! /201701/480691

  shake in one#39;s shoes 吓得发抖【讲解】shake是动词,有“震惊,震动,发抖”的意思。shake in one#39;s shoes是口语,意思是“非常害怕,吓得发抖”。【对话】A:What#39;s funny?A:什么事这么好笑?B:You can#39;t imagine what Ted is most afraid of.B:你想象不出泰德最怕什么。A:Do you know?A:你知道吗?B:Yeah. It#39;s the mouse. Ted is so scared by mice that be shakes in his shoes whenever he sees one.B:我知道,他最怕的是老鼠,他一看见老鼠就吓得发抖。 /201507/386197

  视频文本如下:Welcome to English in a Minute!欢迎来到《一分钟英语》栏目!Woodwork is any part of a house or building that is made of wood...木制品是指房子或建筑用木头做成的部分......CRAWL OUT OF THE WOODWORK公开露面,突然冒出很多人This expression sounds troubling.这个表达听起来有点恼人。I won! I have the winning lottery ticket.我赢了!我中票了。That#39;s great! How much money did you win?太好了!你赢了多少钱?I won ,000! But... please don#39;t tell anyone.我赢了两万五千美元!但是,请不要告诉任何人。You#39;re right. If word gets out, people will crawl out of the woodwork wanting some of it.你说得对。如果消息传出去了,人们就会从各处冒出来想要瓜分一份。If someone ;crawls out of the woodwork,; they appear suddenly.如果某人“crawl out of the woodwork”,就是说他们突然出现了。You might not have seen them for a long time, and probably don#39;t want to.你可能很久都没见过他们,也不想见到他们。This expression comes from insects.这个表达来源于昆虫。Bugs sometimes unexpectedly crawl out from woodwork in your home.虫子有时候会出乎意料地从家里的木制品中爬出来。And that#39;s English in a Minute!以上就是今天的《一分钟英语》栏目! /201705/509053

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