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湖南省郴州市男科挂号郴州东方男科医院有泌尿科吗郴州市第一医院治疗前列腺炎多少钱 There are lots and lots of tests of English.各种各样的英语测试。And millions and millions of students take these tests every year.每年成千上万的学生参加这样的考试。Now you might think, you and me, ;Those fees arent bad, theyre okay,;你会觉得,你和我都这么认为,这些考试价格还是合理的,but they are prohibitive to so many millions of poor people.但是数百万穷人却望而却步。So immediately, were rejecting them.所以一开始我们就把他们挡在了外面。It brings to mind a headline I saw recently: ;Education: The Great Divide.;这让我想到我最近看见的一条新闻:“教育:大鸿沟。”Now I get it, I understand why people would want to focus on English.现在我明白了为什么人们都关注英语。They want to give their children the best chance in life.他们希望给予他们的孩子最好的人生机遇。And to do that, they need a Western education.而要达到这个目的,他们需要西方教育。Because, of course, the best jobs go to people out of the Western Universities, that I put on earlier.因为,显然最好的工作都让西方大学的毕业生拿走了,就跟我之前说的一样。Its a circular thing. Okay.这是个循环。是吧。Let me tell you a story about two scientists, two English scientists.让我们告诉你们两个科学家的故事,有关两个英国科学家。They were doing an experiment to do with genetics and the forelimbs and the hind limbs of animals.他们在做一个实验,跟遗传学有关,以及研究动物的前后肢,But they couldnt get the results they wanted.但是他们无法得到他们想得到的结果。They really didnt know what to do,他们有点束手无策,until along came a German scientist who realized that they were using two words for forelimb and hind limb,直到一个德国科学家参与后,他发现他们在研究前肢和后肢时用的是两个词,whereas genetics does not differentiate and neither does German.而遗传学上并不区分两者,德语也不区分。So bingo, problem solved.所以,瞧,问题解决了。If you cant think a thought, you are stuck.如果你想不通,就卡住了。But if another language can think that thought, then, by cooperating, we can achieve and learn so much more.但是用另外一种语言就可以想通,那么通过合作,我们可以教学相长,受益颇多。201703/494977第7课Yo-taxi! 嗨,出租车! 7.与“的哥”共舞 7、与“的哥”的对话 22、Yo-taxi! 嗨,出租车! Yo! 出租车!(手式向下拉,当你招呼一辆出租车过来时,你说) 23、Where to ? (你)要去哪儿? 24、I want to go to...  我要到……(什么什么)地方去。 I want to go to EES.我想去东方外语台。 25、What do I owe you ? 我该付给你多少钱? (不要忘了给司机留下费tip)Keep the change.不用找了。 26、Let me out here. 让我在这儿下车。 (目的地达到的时候,你就对司机说,嘿,让我在这儿下车。) Drop me off her.让我在这儿下车。 Can you make a stop on the way?靠边停吧。(你想中途在某处停车。) 相关专题:洋话连篇视频教学 /200601/2914郴州市治疗前列腺疾病多少钱

郴州一院泌尿科包茎Hello, everybody. One of Americas greatest strengths is our free market. A thriving private sector is the lifeblood of our economy – its how we create jobs, expand opportunities, and give everybody a shot at success. Its what has made America the strongest country on Earth. The most essential ingredient in a healthy free market is competition. But right now, too many companies are engaging in behaviors that stifle competition – like blocking new competitors from entering the market or limiting the information and options that give consumers real choice. As a consequence, the rest of us pay higher prices for lower quality products and services. Workers receive lower wages than they otherwise would. Small businesses and entrepreneurs can get squeezed out of the market. And none of that is fair – or good for our economy. The deck should not be stacked in favor of the wealthiest individuals and the biggest corporations, against working Americans. Thats why my administration is doing everything we can to reverse this trend and promote more competition in the marketplace. In addition to enforcing the rules on the books, Ive directed federal agencies to identify anti-competitive behavior in different industries, and find new and specific ways to promote competition. One industry thats ripe for change is cable TV. Right now, 99 percent of cable and satellite TV customers rent set-top boxes from their providers. According to one survey, this costs households an average of more than 0 per year. We spend some billion to rent these devices. While we have almost unlimited choice in what we watch on television, from traditional programming to online content, theres next to no competition to build a better, user-friendly product that allows you to easily access all this content in one place. So most consumers just rent whatever the cable company offers. Because we have to. That means companies have little incentive to innovate. As a consequence, we need multiple devices and controllers to access content from different sources. That makes no sense. So my administration has encouraged the FCC to remove the barriers to competition that prevent new players from offering innovative cable box options to consumers. We know this works. For years, Americans had to rent our telephones from the phone company. This was a while ago, but when the FCC finally unlocked competition for home phones, the marketplace was flooded with all kinds of phone options with new features, and at different price points. Consumers suddenly had many options. And the whole industry moved forward as a result. The same can happen with cable boxes, and in dozens of areas of our economy – all of which can make a difference in your everyday life. The bottom line is, competition is good for consumers, workers, businesses, and our economy. So Im going to keep doing everything I can to make sure that our free market works for everyone. Thanks, and have a great weekend.201604/439780郴州东方医院治疗睾丸炎多少钱 The impact is what others framed for you and the world after it happens The present is only what youre experiencing and focused on right now 影响是事件发生后 别人为你和世界所构建的 你所能够体验和关注到的只有现在这一刻And every so often, my past and present come together I was invited to this fundraiser at this childrens hospital in the Bay Area last year 时常 我的过去和现在会交织到一起 去年我被邀请为湾区儿童医院募集捐款And Steve Carell was the guest speaker And so I took a photocopy of this review 史蒂夫.卡莱尔也是发言嘉宾 于是我将25年前Of the group that Steve and I were in Chicago over 25 years ago to the charity auction 我和史蒂夫在芝加哥共同拍戏的影印件 拿来进行拍卖And I showed it to Steve when I got a chance to talk to him Hes mobbed the whole time by people, but 我有机会和他单独谈话时 我把这个给他看 他一直都在被人围追堵截We got a chance to have a brief conversation We looked at this photocopy of the review 不过我们找到一个机会 简单地谈了几句 我们看了这份影印件And talked about the different people in the group and where they were now and wed kept in touch with some but not with all of them 谈到组里其他人及他们的现状 我们同一些人保持了联系 但并非所有人At the end of that conversation, Steve patted me on the back and he said ;Im really sorry it didnt work out for you; 谈话结束时 史蒂夫拍了拍我的后背 说 ;我很遗憾 你没能在这方面成功;You cannot draw that path looking forward You cannot draw any of your paths looking forward 你无法事前画好前进的道路 任何前进的道路都不是事先画好的So you have to figure out what you love to do what you have conviction about and go do that 你需要弄清楚 你爱做什么 对什么有信念 你就做什么Heres the challenge, so far, you guys have gotten where you are by meeting and exceeding expectations 这很有挑战性 到目前为止 你们这些人 都是通过达到和超越期望来获得今天的成就201607/454376郴州北湖区人民医院地址

苏仙区医院预约英语日常口语 79:Stop moping不要愁眉苦脸本单元是关于不要愁眉苦脸的对话Helen: Hey guys. Alice: Hey Helen! Tim: Hey Helen, good day?. Helen: Not really...Tim: Look Helen, I'm going to call a spade a spade. Michal isn't coming back and you've got to stop moping around. You can't spend all day sitting by yourself watching telly. It's a new year, and it's time to pull yourself together and start living your life again . Alice: He's right, Helen - you need to turn over a new leaf and start enjoying yourself again. Helen: I suppose you might be right. I have got into a bit of a rut lately.Alice: A bit! You haven't been out for weeks! Come on Helen, it'll do you good to let your hair down. It'll do me good too. Let's go out and have some fun.Tim: Yeah, let's do that. Helen: What, now?Alice: Yes, now! Come on Helen, get your act together and let's go!Vocabulary 字汇moping / moping around 愁眉苦脸staying at home being miserable and inactive because you are unhappytelly 电视television (informal) 本单元语言点是关于 Life and living 习语,情况下面的解释和例句Idioms: Life and living Idioms - background 习惯用语 Idioms use language metaphorically rather than literally. If you 'let your hair down', it means you relax and enjoy yourself, not that you untie your hair and let it fall. Idioms are also fixed groups of words so you can't change the wording of an idiom. For example, you can say 'He calls a spade a spade' to mean that he's very clear and direct, but you can't say 'He calls a hammer a hammer.'How life is going 日子过得如何? To be stuck in a rut: to live or work in a situation that never changes, so you feel bored. A rut is a deep narrow track left in soft ground by a wheel, so you are stuck in something which only goes in one direction and which you cannot escape. "Working for this supermarket is not good for me. I'm just stuck in a rut, stacking the same shelves with the same products every day. I wish I could do something different."To turn over a new leaf: to make a fresh start; to change your life in a positive way, perhaps to stop a bad habit or to make a positive change to your character. 'New leaf' refers to a blank page in a book, so you turn over a new leaf to start again. "Since his arrest for vandalism, little Johnny has turned over a new leaf. I even saw him picking up litter the other day."To be on an even keel: for things to be steady and stable, without any sudden changes. The 'keel' refers to the bottom of a ship. So, if it is even, the ship is stable. "After all my problems last year with the divorce and losing my job, I'm on a much more even keel now. I've got a new job and I've found a nice place to rent."How you are living life: 你如何过日子? To let your hair down: to relax and enjoy yourself, when normally you don't relax much. A woman may tie her hair up on her head: if she lets it down she releases it and it hangs free. In the same way, if you relax, you release yourself and behave more freely. "I haven't been out to a party for ages - I've been too busy with my new job. So, tonight I'm going to let my hair down and enjoy myself!"To burn the candle at both ends: to exhaust yourself by overworking or doing too much of an activity. If you burn a candle at both ends, it is soon finished. "You can't keep burning the candle at both ends . You can't do that job and also work on the computer every night. You need to relax properly."To burn the midnight oil: to stay awake late at night, especially to study or work. Before electricity, lamps were fuelled by oil, so if you stayed up late you were burning oil at midnight. "There's only one week until the exams, and I haven't done any revision yet. I'm going to have to burn the midnight oil if I want to pass the exams."To paint the town red: to have a lively, enjoyable night out, often to celebrate something. "I'm going to paint the town red tonight. I passed all my exams with A grades! So, I think we'll go to my favourite restaurant, then a couple of bars and then let's go clubbing!How you talk about life : 描述生活 To call a spade a spade: to describe something as it exactly is; to avoid euphemisms, even if doing this might upset or offend people. "If I don't like a meal I always tell the cook. I don't say that the flavour could have been a little stronger. I tell them it was tasteless. I call a spade a spade and I don't care what people think."To beat around the bush: to avoid or delay talking about something embarrassing or unpleasant. "I know it's difficult but don't beat around the bush. Tell them directly and firmly that they are being sacked because their work is not good enough. It'll be worse if you take a long time to tell them, and if the message isn't clear."To cut to the chase: to immediately start dealing with the important part of something. This idiom comes from the movies. If you cut to the chase, you go to the exciting part of the film, when the good guys are chasing the bad guys. You ignore the boring conversational scenes. "Ok, I'm going to cut to the chase. This restaurant is losing money for one reason only. And that reason is the cooking - it's awful."To not pull any punches: to show your disapproval or criticism clearly, without trying to hide anything or weaken the strength of the criticism. If a boxer pulls a punch, he/she doesn't hit with his/her full possible force. "Well, the new restaurant manager didn't pull any punches. He just told us the food was disgusting and we have to improve." /200708/16888 Now to the second potential misunderstanding.至于第二个可能的误解Ive been talking a lot about my experiences in the Middle East, and some of you might be thinking now我一直在谈论我在中东地区的经历,你们有些人可能在想that the solution then is for us to educate Muslim and Arab societies to be more inclusive of their women.问题的解决方案在于教育穆斯林和阿拉伯社会对女性更加包容If we were to do that, they would be more successful. They do not need this kind of help.如果我们要那么做,她们可以更加成功。她们不需要这种帮助Women have been part of the most influential movements coming out of the Middle East,女人参与了中东地区的最有影响力的运动but they tend to be invisible to the international community.但她们对于国际社会来说是隐形的Our cameras are largely focused on the men我们的摄像头大部分都对准了who often end up involved in the more confrontational scenes that we find so irresistible in our news cycle.那些在让我们屏息的新闻场景中直接对抗的男人们And we end up with a narrative that not only erases women from the struggles in the region我们通常以一种不仅抹平了地区斗争中的女人but often misrepresents the struggles themselves.而且错误描述了运动本身的叙事方法In the late 1980s, an uprising started in Gaza, and quickly sp to the West Bank and East Jerusalem.在20世纪80年代后期,一场起义发端于加沙,迅速传播到西岸地区和东耶路撒冷It came to be known as the First Intifada,这场起义后来被称为“巴勒斯坦大起义”and people who have any visual memory of it generally conjure up something like this:任何对这场起义仍有视觉记忆的人一般会想起这样的场景:Palestinian men throwing rocks at Israeli tanks.巴基斯坦男人向以色列坦克扔石块The news coverage at the time made it seem like stones, Molotov cocktails and burning tires当时的新闻报道让它看起来好像石头、燃烧弹和燃烧的轮胎were the only activities taking place in the Intifada.是在这场起义中出现的所有东西201704/506602郴州哪家医院看皮肤好资兴市市立医院男科大夫

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