芜湖前列腺的症状久久分类

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And after the show, another counselor came up to me and asked Have you ever thought of acting? Youre good at that. 演出结束后 另一位指导来问我你有没有想过演戏?你有这方面的天分哦So, when I got back to Fordham that fall, i got there I changed my major once again, for the last time. 当我秋天回到佛罕大学时再一次更改了我的专业 最后一次换专业And in the years that followed, just as that woman prophesied I have traveled the world. 在后来的岁月中 就像那位老妇人预见的那样我周游了世界And I have spoken to millions of people through my movies Millions who... Up till this day, couldnt see me... 通过电影 和上百万人进行了沟通当然 直到今天 他们都没有真正见过我本人Who up till this day, I couldnt see while I was talking to them. 直到今天他们都没有真正看到我本人我虽然和他们;沟通;了And they couldnt see me theyre gonna see the movie. 他们也没真正看过我因为他们只是看到了电影里的我They couldnt see the real me But I see you today. 而不是真正的我但今天我亲眼看到你们And Im encouraged by what I see And Im strengthened by what I see. 而且我为我看到的感到鼓舞我从我看到的里面感到了力量And I love what I see one more page, then ill shut up. 我对我看到的很是喜欢还差完最后一页 我就可以闭嘴了Let me conclude with this one final point actually the president kinda brought it up. 让我用这最后一点来结束其实校长前面也已经提到Has to do with the movie Philadelphia here She stole my material. 这跟电影《费城往事》有关她一定偷看了我的稿子Many years ago I did this movie called Philadelphia We filmed some of the scenes right here on campus. 很多年前 我出演了《费城往事》这部电影有些场景就是在这个校园拍摄的201611/473730[这部分对话对话发生在母亲与儿子、父亲与女儿、母亲与准女婿以及夫妻之间。对话的情绪复杂,语言有些琐碎,场景多为家庭的餐桌上,因为这往往是一家人聚在一起的最佳时光。]The Coming of Relatives亲戚的到来What’s Cooking《感恩节盛宴》 感恩节,亲戚来访,门铃响了,一家人赶紧迎上前,免不了寒暄一阵……Mother: Hello, it’s good to see you.Man: Well, was the traffic bad or…Mother: OK. I know you like my ... Aunt: Hey, oh, Rachel, honey, you look great.Daughter: Oh, thank you.Aunt: Doesn’t she look beautiful?Man: Just like a movie star.Daughter: Thank you. Good to see you.Carla: Hello.Aunt: Is this your roommate?Daughter: This is Carla.Carla: Carla.Aunt: Oh, Carla, nice to meet you.Carla: Nice to meet you too.母亲:嗨,见到你真高兴。男人:哦,如果交通顺畅的话……母亲:是啊。我知道你喜欢我的……姑姑:嘿,哦,拉歇尔,你气色很好。女儿:哦,谢谢。姑姑:她看上去很漂亮,是不是?男人:就象是电影明星。女儿:谢谢。很高兴见到你。卡拉:你好。姑姑:这是你的室友?女儿:这是卡拉。卡拉:卡拉。姑姑:哦,卡拉,很高兴认识你。卡拉:我也很高兴认识你。 /200603/5375简介: Keep your fingers crossed that the deal goes through.keep your fingers crossed 意为hope we have good luck.译文:真希望一切顺利,那样交易就可以谈成了。 /200701/9996

Now the reason the chimpanzees dont do that黑猩猩不那么做的原因is that they lack what psychologists and anthropologists call social learning.是它们缺乏心理学家和人类学家所谓的社会学习能力They seem to lack the ability to learn from others by copying or imitating or simply watching.它们似乎缺乏向别人学习的能力,通过照搬或模仿或者仅仅观察As a result, they cant improve on others ideas or learn from others mistakes -- benefit from others wisdom.理所当然,它们无法改进他人的想法,或者从别人错误中吸取教训,汲取别人的智慧And so they just do the same thing over and over and over again.所以它们只是单纯做同一件事重复一遍又一遍In fact, we could go away for a million years and come back事实上,如果我们能跨越一百万年,然后再追溯回来and these chimpanzees would be doing the same thing这些黑猩猩肯定还在做着同样的事with the same sticks for the termites and the same rocks to crack open the nuts.用同样的棍子抓着白蚁,用同样的石头砸着坚果Now this may sound arrogant, or even full of hubris. How do we know this?也许这听上去有些傲慢,甚至狂妄自大。我们怎么知道这些的?Because this is exactly what our ancestors, the Homo erectus, did.因为我们的祖先--直立人就是这样These upright apes evolved on the African savanna about two million years ago,约二百万年前,这些直立猿人在非洲的热带稀树草原进化and they made these splendid hand axes that fit wonderfully into your hands.他们造出了精巧的手斧,能完全贴合手形But if we look at the fossil record,但如果我们查看化石we see that they made the same hand axe over and over and over again for one million years.会发现他们造着同样的手斧,重复着,持续了一百万年You can follow it through the fossil record.你可以通过各年代的化石看到Now if we make some guesses about how long Homo erectus lived, what their generation time was,现在我们可以做几个关于猿人生存时间和他们的世代的猜想thats about 40,000 generations of parents to offspring, and other individuals watching, in which that hand axe didnt change.在约四万代的时间里,从父辈到子辈,以及周围人的观察中,手斧没有任何改进Its not even clear that our very close genetic relatives, the Neanderthals, had social learning.我们甚至不太清楚,我们的近亲--尼安德特人是否具备社会学习能力Sure enough, their tools were more complicated than those of Homo erectus,当然他们的工具比猿人要复杂得多but they too showed very little change over the 300,000 years or so that those species, the Neanderthals, lived in Eurasia.但在30万年时间里,他们也只表现出很少的变化,那些尼安德特人生活在欧亚大陆。201701/488716

听讲美国口语 /200607/8054美国习惯用语-第37讲:to break your neckto stick your neck out 美国人在讲话和写文章的时候经常用一些和人体各部份有关系的成语或俗语。今天我们要给大家介绍的两个习惯用语就是和脖子有关的。脖子在英文里就是:neck。 在美国英语里,有一些习惯用语都和 neck 这个字有联系的,但是它们的意思却各不相同。我们先来讲一个美国人经常用的、由 neck 这个字组成的俗语:to break your neck。 Break 这个字的意思是把什么东西弄断或打破。但是,to break your neck 的意思并不是指你的脖子真的断了。 To break your neck作为俗语是尽一切力量努力去做某件事的意思。下面这位爸爸说的话就很清楚地告诉大家 to break your neck 这个俗语的用法: 例句-1: "I wish Sam would study harder, because I am breaking my neck to scrape up the money to keep him in college." 这位爸爸说:“我希望萨姆在念书方面再用功一些,因为我一直在想尽一切办法来凑足了钱好让他继续念大学。” 美国人的生活是很紧张的,节奏很快,人人感到压力很大。可是,下面这个例子说的那个修电视机的工人当天比较运气,碰到了一个好顾客。这位顾客对他说: 例句-2: "You don't have to break your neck fixing this TV set: I really don't need it next week." 他说:“你不必赶紧地修这个电视机,我下星期并不需要它。” 在任何情况下把脖子伸得太长都是既冒险又危险的。中国话里有“打出头鸟”的说法。在英文里就是:to stick your neck out。据说 to stick your neck out 这个说法是来自形容乌龟的处境。当乌龟的头缩在乌龟壳里的时候,一切都很安全。可是,一旦它们把头伸出来,那可就危险了。可是,to stick your neck out 已经成为美国人在日常生活中常用的表达形式了。下面我们来举个例子: 例句-3: "I think my boss is dead wrong about hiring his son-in-law, but I'm not going to stick my neck out and tell him!" 这个人说:“我认为我的老板雇用他的女婿是绝对错误的,但是我才不去冒那风险去告诉他呐。” 可是,不怕担风险的人还是有的。下面这个人就是在称赞他们州的国会议员: 例句-4: "I admire our congressman -- he's one politician who's not afraid to stick his neck out and say what he really thinks, even if it costs him some votes." 这句话的意思是:“我很钦佩我们的国会议员。他是一个敢于冒着风险说自己心里话的政治家尽管那样做会使他失去一些选票。” 今天我们讲了两个以 neck 这个字组成的美国常用俗语。 我们讲的第一个俗语是 to break your neck是指尽一切努力去做某件事。 我们讲的第二个俗语是 to stick your neck out是指为了某人或某件事冒风险。 /200601/2992英语场景口语:汤姆是个金不换今天的主人公汤姆真是个了不起的人物。【口语要素1】Tom is really something.或者可以说他是个金不换。【口语要素2】He is something money can’t buy.他览群书,简直可以说没有他不知道的,地地道道的一本活字典。【口语要素3】He is a walking dictionary.因此,很多女生很喜欢他了。这人反应敏捷,学东西很快。【口语要素4】He picks things up quickly.人们都说他将来一定会成功的,我也这么认为。【口语要素5】He is going places someday. /200604/6631

Something thats so unbelievably simple,but he would be experiencing something that I wouldnt be,because Im on top of the sound.一些特别简单的,但他可能感受到我所不能感受到的东西,因为我在声音的上方。I have the sound coming this way.声音从这个方向传来。He would have the sound coming through the resonators.而对他来说,声音是从共鸣器里传来的。If there were no resonators on here, we would have ...如果没有共振器的话,So he would have a fullness of sound that those of you in the front few rows wouldnt experience, those of you in the back few rows wouldnt experience either.他可能会听到一个饱满的声音,而坐在前排的你们,不一定能感受到这样的声音,当然,后排也不会。Every single one of us, depending on where were sitting,我们每一个人,取决于我们坐在哪里。will experience this sound quite, quite differently.对于同一声音都会有完全不同的感觉。And of course, being the participator of the sound,and that is starting from the idea of what type of sound I want to produce,for example, this sound.当然,作为创造声音的参与者,这始于我想创造怎样的声音,例如,这个声音。Can you hear anything?你们能听到什么?Exactly. Because Im not even touching it.没错,因为我还没有碰到它呢。But yet, we get the sensation of something happening.但是,我们感觉到有什么事情在发生。In the same way that when I see tree moves,then I imagine that tree making a rustling sound.同样地,当我看到树在动时,我可以想象到,树发出瑟瑟的声音。201605/442164英语日常口语 21:Tim's treat本单元是关于 Tim 请客的对话Tim: Hiya folks. How's everyone this fine evening?Alice: Exhausted! I had to give someone mouth-to-mouth for the first time today!Helen: That's so exciting, congratulations! You must feel really proud.Alice: Yes I do. How are you Helen? Helen: I'm tired, I've been staring at finance textbooks all day. Michal: I think my head is going to expand from all my studying too.Tim: Well, how about a drink at the pub? My treat! Would that make you two feel less worn-out? Helen: You paying for all of us? That's not like you. Alice: What's come over you?Tim: Well let's just say I got a special bonus at work.Vocabulary:a treat (n): something special and nice that you don't have very often worn-out (adj, informal): tired wooden (adj to describe actors or acting): boring or unemotional or unrealistic dynamic (adj): exciting and stimulating本单元的语言点是动词分词,我们可以用过去分词表我们对某物和人的感受,也可以用现在分词表某人或物使我们有所感受,请看下面的例句-ed and -ing adjectives – meaningWe can use -ed adjectives to say how we feel about something or someone:Alice is exhausted by her work at the hospital. Helen is tired of studying.We can use -ing adjectives to say how something or someone makes us feel:Alice's job is very exciting. She gave someone mouth-to-mouth today. It's surprising that Tim is paying for all of them at the pub!More -ed -ing adjectivesbored/boring He used to like that TV show but now he's bored with it. That film was so boring that I nearly fell asleep! embarrassed/embarrassing He was so embarrassed when the boss shouted at him in front of everyone in the office.It's embarrassing when my dad tries to dance at parties. He's too old for all that! depressed/depressing He's really depressed. His wife left him and he's just lost his job. I think it's depressing how much poverty there is in the world. disappointed/disappointing She was disappointed that she failed her English test last week.The film had loads of hype and publicity but it turned out to be very disappointing .interested/interesting They're interested in collecting stamps but I think that's a really boring hobby. Even though War and Peace is very long, I still found it really interesting . frightened/frightening He's such a baby! He's 25 and he's still frightened of dogs! Nightmare on Elm Street is the most frightening film she's ever seen.Words used after -ed adjectivesby:bored bydepressed byexhausted by excited by embarrassedby with:bored withdisappointed withof:frightened oftired ofin:interested in /200707/1599510. The Future of Cars10. 汽车的未来The fact is, when we do our market research around the world, we see that theres nearly a universal aspiration on the part of people to own an automobile. And 750 million people in the world today own a car. And you say, boy, thats a lot. But you know what? Thats just 12 percent of the population. We really have to ask the question: Can the world sustain that number of automobiles? And if you look at projections over the next 10 to 15 to 20 years, it looks like the world car park could grow to on the order of 1.1 billion vehicles. Now, if you Parked those end to end and wrapped them around the Earth; that would stretch around the Earth 125 times.实际上,我们在做世界范围的市场调研时,发现人们都是对车充满渴望的。现在全球有7亿5千万人拥有汽车。你可能觉得,哇,这么多!但你们知道么?这个数字仅仅占全球人口的12%。我们不得不问这样一个问题:地球能承受得了这么多车么?如果你注意到对未来10年、15年至20年的预测,你会发现世界上停车场的数量将会增长到能容纳下11亿车辆。如果将这些车首尾相连绕地球停放,那么其长度将是地球周长的125倍。Now, weve made great progress with automobile technology over the last 100 years. Cars are dramatically cleaner, dramatically safer, more efficient and radically more affordable than they were 100 years ago. But the fact remains: the fundamental DNA of the automobile has stayed pretty much the same. If we are going to reinvent the automobile today, rather than 100 years ago, knowing what we know about the issues associated with our product and about the technologies that exist today, what would we do?在过去的100年里,汽车技术飞速发展。汽车变得更加清洁、安全、高效,而且价格更加低廉,而不是让我们望而兴叹的东西。但实际上,汽车的基本构造功能没变。如果我们今天来重新发明汽车,而不是在100年前,在已经知道汽车的各种缺陷之后,结合现在的各种先进技术,我们会如何制造汽车?What weve targeted for ourselves--and were making great progress for this goal--is to have a propulsion system based on hydrogen and fuel cells, designed and validated, that can go head-to-head with the internal combustion engine.我们的目标是制造一个以氢燃料电池为基础的推进系统,这个目标正在进展中并且不断得到改进。经过设计及验后,这个推进系统将能与内燃机媲美。201705/505698

For any parent, being told that your child may have a life-limiting condition, or may die young, will be one of the most difficult and isolating experiences you can face. Having someone to help you come to terms with this news, and the professional support and care that comes with this, can make an enormous difference. It can help families make the most of every precious moment they have together. As Patron of EACH, I have seen the incredible difference that childrens hospice and palliative care services can make for children, young people and their families. Across the UK, more than 49,000 children and young people have life-limiting conditions. For these families, having expert care and support is vital, and this is what childrens hospices provide. They deliver first-class care in a safe environment that feels as close to home as possible, full of colour, warmth, love and support. Today, as we mark the beginning of Childrens Hospice Week, I hope you will join me in shining a light on the dedicated and inspirational staff and volunteers, and their lifeline services they provide for children and their families. The work they do is extraordinary, and it really does make a world of difference.201706/512722

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