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Poisonous snakes毒蛇A father and son snake are out a nice afternoon slither. The son asks, "Dad,are we poisonous snakes?" The father replies proudly, "Yes son, we are rattler snakes! Why do you ask son?" "Because DAD, I just bit my tongue!!" 一个阳光明媚的下午,蛇父亲和蛇儿子出去散步儿子问:“爸爸,我们是毒蛇吗?”父亲得意的答道:“当然了,孩子,我们是响尾蛇啊!为什么这么问呢?”“因为,我刚把舌头咬破了!” 891

Free hugs免费拥抱Do you want a hug? the young man asked Ginny.你想要一个拥抱吗?年轻人问金妮He held a sign in his hand—Free Hugs. I looked around.在他的手中有个标牌,免费拥抱我看了看周围There were other people with him.还有其他人与他在一起They held their handmade signs high. The message was the same on all of them—Free Hugs!他们认为高其自己制作的迹象 所有的信息是相同的-免费拥抱!Sure! Ginny smiled and walked up to him.当然!金妮微笑着走到他面前She reached up, wrapped her arms around his neck,pulled him down to her level and hugged him with all the love she had in her heart.她伸出手,胳膊环住他的脖子,将他拉至和她同样的高度,充满爱意地拥抱了他WOW! he exclaimed. That is the best hug Ive had all day!哇噢,他感叹着这是我今天收到的最好的拥抱Im a hugger, Ginny smiled at him.我是个抱抱族,金妮笑着向他说道He looked at me. How about a hug?他又看着我:拥抱一下怎么样?You got it! I walked into his open arms. We held briefly and parted.你说的对!我走向他张开的双臂我们稍稍拥了一下,然后分开了A young lady walked up and hugged Ginny. She turned to me, opened her arms and hugged me too.一个年轻的女士走过来,拥抱了一下金妮然后又转向我,张开双臂,又拥抱了我I felt a warmth—a glow—filling my heart. Ginny and I were going through rough times.我感到一阵温暖,一股热流涌上心头金妮和我那时的日子很艰难Money was scarce; bill collectors called on a regular basis.钱所剩无几,收账的人总是隔一段时间就来要账We were stressed and worried, but on that afternoon, a brief moment, it was all gotten.我们倍感生活的压力,心情烦躁,但那天下午,在那短暂的一刻,我们将所有烦恼忘到了九霄云外Sometimes, a hug is all we need.有时候,我们需要的只是一个拥抱Free Hugs was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives, said the young man.免费拥抱就是向陌生人伸出双臂,拥抱他们,点亮他们的人生Ginny and I stepped back and watched the free huggers work their magic with those who accepted them.金妮和我退到了边上,目睹这些免费抱抱族在接受他们拥抱的人群中所创造的奇迹They offered hugs to anyone and everyone.他们从不拒绝任何一个人的拥抱It took a simple hug to make everything better.一个简单的拥抱就可以让一切好起来 6960

freshman新生,in advance提前,warn预告, disarray混乱Warning Several weeks after our son began his freshman year at Alma College in Michigan, my husband and I decided to visit him. I was careful to call him a few days in advance to ;warn; him that we would be coming. When we arrived at the dorm, however, I was taken aback by the disarray of his room. ;got we were coming, didnt you?; I teased. ;Are you kidding?; he replied, ;Why else would I have bothered to clean?; 亲情提醒 我们的儿子是密歇根州阿尔马大学的新生,开学几个星期之后,我和丈夫决定去看看他我特意提前给他打电话,;提醒;他我们将光临但是当我们来到宿舍时,他的房间凌乱不堪,我非常吃惊;忘了我们要来,是吧?;我取笑他 ;开什么玩笑?;,他回答说,;要不我凭什么费神打扫?; 1. Michigan密歇根州.in advance提前 Diana suggested that she would have to leave in advance.黛安娜暗示她必须提早离开3.warn预告也有;警告;之意: They warned him to stay away.他们警告他不要靠近. disarray混乱 His personal life fell into disarray when his wife left him.妻子离去后,他的个人生活一片混乱 5.tease取笑 The other boys tease him because he is fat.因为他很胖, 所以其他男生都取笑他 380

  Teresa:Hey, where are you going?特蕾莎:嘿,你这着急忙慌的是要去哪里?We have a meeting in minutes.分钟内我们就要开会了Adrian:Im sorry. Im going to have to postpone.阿德里恩:很抱歉我不得不推迟会议Im in the middle of putting out fires and Ive had to clear my schedule to deal with the latest crisis.我得去救场,所以不得不推掉日程安排来应对眼前最为棘手的危机Teresa:Can I help?特蕾莎:我能帮忙吗?Adrian:I wish you could.阿德里恩:我希望你能With the new layoffs, I feel like Im being pulled in several directions at once.自从有了新的裁员政策,我感觉自己就像同时被拉往几个不同的方向As soon as I feel like Im making headway with one problem, I get another thrown at me.我刚感觉一个问题有了点眉目,另一个马上抛给我Teresa:I know exactly what you mean.特蕾莎:我懂你的意思I always feel like it crunch time around here because were so shorthanded.我总觉得现在是关键时刻,因为我们人手不足Adrian:Im so tired of everything being urgent all the time and needing attention ASAP.阿德里恩:我累了,所有事情都是如此紧迫,而且需要第一时间关注I long the days when projects had timelines and people followed them. Ive got to go.我向往项目照时间表的日子,那时候人们只要部就班就好了我得走了Teresa:Hey, when are we going to have that meeting?特蕾莎:嘿,我们什么时候开会?Adrian:As soon as things quiet down.阿德里恩:当一切尘埃落定之时Teresa:When will that be?特蕾莎:那得什么时候?Adrian:Ill let you know as soon as the latest disaster has been averted.阿德里恩:只要平安躲过现在眼前的这场大祸我会尽快通知你 31998

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  8. to snap sb. up.Liberal arts grads including English, and psychology majors once snapped up by marketing firms and dot coms will now likely have a tougher time finding work.9. to test sb in. nearly 30 years now, the US government has tested nine-, thirteen-, and seventeen-year-olds in ing, math and science.. scores stay flat remain flat.In ing, scores improved during the 1970s and 80s. Then they dropped and stayed flat most of the 1990s.Private school students outpermed public school students, but math and science scores private school students have remained flat since 1980.. on the ground that...Many people whose practical experience and ability would have been enormously useful to their employers have been rejected on the ground that they are insufficiently qualified.. a bolt out of the blue.I went to college almost as a bolt out of the blue.. to zero in on.He zeroed in on me, and he said; Are you going to go to college?;. to have one journalist hat on.And one of the things I talk about often, what annoys me as a journalist, what I have my journalist hat on, is that people will ask the question: What the difference between your brother and you? 50

  NFL Hires First Female Coach国家橄榄球联盟聘请首位女教练The Arizona Cardinals have hired a female assistant coach the next National Football League (NFL) season. Jen Welter will work as an intern with inside linebackers the pre-season. This is not the first time Jen Welter has broken the gender barrier in American football. In , Welter became the first female to play a non-kicking position in a men’s professional football league. She has also coached a men’s pro-football indoor team. Welter says she wants to show girls and women that anything is possible. The NFL also hired its first full-time female official the - season.亚利桑那红雀队为下赛季聘请了首位女性助理教练年季前赛,珍·维尔特将成为一名实习教练员,负责指导内线卫这已经不是珍·维尔特第一次打破美国橄榄球赛场的性别门槛年,维尔特成为了首名在男子职业联赛中比赛的女球员,司职跑锋她还执教过男子室内职业橄榄球球队维尔特称她想向女性同胞们展现的是没有不可能国家橄榄球联盟还在-赛季聘请了首位全职女性官员译文属原创,,不得转载 3996  American Attitude -- Defying Authority  In much of the world, authority is not challenged either out of respect or out of fear, sometimes, too, because a hierarch of rank has been fixed so long that people have been trained generations never to challenge it.  In such countries children are not expected to question their teachers in school, and brilliant young scholars or inventive industrial geniuses are hapmered in technical research because they hesitate to disagree with their ;superios;. Clever researchers may be considered too young to have ;any right; to present findings that contradict knowledge and wisdom of their elders.  The American is trained from childhood to question, analyze, search. ;Go look it up yourself;, a child will be told. School tasks are designed to demand the use of a wide range of materials. An assignment to ;write a paper on the world supply of sugar; will send even a young child in search of completely unfamiliar ideas. Even in the primary grades, children are taught to use libraries, and to search new ideas. By the time they are , , and , many young scholars are making original and valuable contributions in all fields of science from astrophysics to oceanography. Industry is so aware of this resource that each year, through national competitions, it offers tremendous awards among teenagers in order to seek out (and later employ) the brilliant, inquiring minds which they find scattered across the country.  As seen by members of other nations, this emphasis on questioning and searching is bad young people ;manners;. eigners often feel great ;lack of respect; in our youth. It is true that many do become rude and pressing. eign visitors are often surprised and frequently annoyed to find junior staff members ;daring; to challenge older ones or argue points with them; they do not always like it when these young men make detailed but often revolutionary suggestions. One own plans, reports of analyses may be looked through in detail -- perhaps even challenged -- by a young person. This is not to be considered a loss of face; nor is it a sign of ;no confidence;. Our whole approach to research is different. Your ideas are being looked at, not you yourself. To us the two are quite separate. This is the way our mind work. We are seeking facts; we are not challenging you as a person. So, too, even in social conversation you will find that people often argue, pick an idea apart, ask your sources or challenge your conclusions. They do not mean to be rude; they are keenly interested and merely trying to explore the idea in greater depth. 187Dogs orphaned in China's quake find a home. A woman run a shelter dogs cripped by the quake.This is one of China's lucky survivors. His hind legs crushed after a 7.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Sichuan Province last May, killing nearly 70,000 people, but his luck didn't stop there. He was picked up by this woman and brought to her private animal shelter where he's learning to get around again.It's here where Chen Yunlian, a mer businesswoman, cares about 900 dogs. She rescued about 0 of them from cities hardest hit by the quake. Like other dogs with crippled hind legs, this one now walks with the help of a wheelchair device made of PVC pipes. Chen said her shelter is close to full capacity. She spends nearly 9,000 dollars each month on dog foods, salaries and supplies.Much of that money, she says, comes out of her own pocket. Private animal shelters are still extremely rare in China. Dog ownership has grown in popularity as the Chinese become wealthier. But many people don't have the strong emotional attachment to the animals that's common in the West. Sandy Kozel, the Associated Press.WORDS IN THE NEWS1. PVC : n-uncountPVC is a plastic material that is used many purposes, example to make clothing or shoes or to cover chairs. PVC is an abbreviation `polyvinyl chloride'. . attachment : n-varIf you have an attachment to someone or something, you are fond of them or loyal to them. 00195

  听笑话学英语:好消息&坏消息!An artist asked the gallery owner if there had been any interest in his paintings currently on display. "I've got good news and bad news," the owner replied. "The good news is that a gentleman inquired about your work and wondered if it would appreciate in value after your death. When I told him it would, he bought all fifteen of your paintings.""That's wonderful!" the artist exclaimed, "What's the bad news?". With concern, the gallery owner replied, "The guy was your doctor."一名艺术家问画廊老板,最近有没有人对他展出的画感兴趣“这有好消息和坏消息,”老板回答“好消息是有一位先生咨询你的作品,他想知道在你死后你的画会不会升值我告诉他你的画会升值,他就把你的幅画全都买走了”“真是太好了”,艺术家是喜形于色,“那坏消息是什么?”带着关心的口吻,画廊老板回答,“买画的人是你的医生”

  

  The Extension Courses System; Famous Americans: Lizzie Borden; Boston accentdialect and the Boston Brahmin; to speak out of turnWords:to be enrolledhobbyoffbeatpalm ingcertificatestep-hatchetprime suspectsensationalto speculatedetectivemotiveto convictdialectBoston Brahminto speaktalk out of turnidentical twinsfraternal twins 3559。

  Part 3. Life here and there.A. Keywords. busy, summer, winter, mountainous, crowded.Vocabulary. humid, compact, Osaka.John is British but has worked in Japan.Etsuko is Japanese from Osaka, but she is studying in Britain.In the following passage you are going to hear, they are comparing life as they see it in the two countries.But bee listening to it, think of the two countries and try to answer the following pre-listening questions.1. Do you know something about the geographical and climatic conditions in Japan and Britain?. Guess the way that two speakers may compare the life as they see in Japan and Britain.A. Now listen to the passage and make notes about the features they mention and comparisons they make between the two countries.Then fill in the gaps in the chart bellow with key words.I found that living in Japan, people were busier, they seem to work the whole day.Yes, that right. We work from Monday through Saturday, Even in Summer.You know, summer in Japan is just horrible. It very very humid and hot.You need to take showers three times a day.So you find it cooler in England?Yes, that right.Well, I was living in Japan in the north, it was much colder than England, especially in winter, -30 degrees centigrade.Does the winter in Osaka last longer than the winter in England?No, I dont think so, December, January, February, March.Yes. It a little bit shorter if anything.Ever since I came here, I notice that the countryside here in England is really beautiful.It much flatter than in Japan.Yes, Japan is a mountainous country and our cities are full of people.There are lots of people in a limited flat area.Yes, I found Japan much more mountainous than Britain, especially in the north.The mountains are much higher and much more rocky.I find it more beautiful than Britain, I think.Yes, if you like mountains.And so theree the towns and villages tend to be more crowded.Yes, that right.Yes, so because the cities are more crowded, the houses tend to be smaller, dont they?Yes. They are very compact and we dont have a lot of space.In big cities, you have a lot of taller building now.Is this a problem because there are more earthquakes in Japan?Yes, that right and...er...B. Keywords. sign, gesture, approval, disapproval, positive, negative, nonverbal.Vocabulary. obscene, offense, smack, suck, index finger, thumb, fingertip,tilt, screw, poke, twist, utter, palm, pucker, toss, irritating, brush off.Listen to the passage ;gestures of approval and disapproval;.While listening, act out each gesture.Make sure you know what each gesture is, refer to the pictures if you dont know a gesture.And then complete the caption below each of the pictures.The country names in the following box are your reference.Did you know that...You can give the ;V victory; signal in the U.S, but the same gesture elsewhere would be obscene.Passing objects or gesturing with your left hand is an offense in many countries.You are expected to smack and suck loudly at dinner in some countries.Youd better not talk with your hands in your pockets.Pointing with your index finger is impolite in most cultures.These and many other small but important facts are contained in the nonverbal world of gestures.Let start with gestures of approval and disapproval.Gestures of Approval.The ;OK; sign (an ;O; or circle med by the fingers of one hand) means strong approval or goodness in North American culture.However, as mentioned early, it obscene or rude in many parts of Latin American, Europe, Asia and elsewhere.To the French, the ;OK; gesture means ;0; or ;worthless;, not ;fine; or ;OK;.Many countries, including France and a number of Latin American countries, show approval by the ;thumbs up; gesture.But in Bangladesh, this same sign means rejection, not approval.Two thumbs are better than one in Kenya, with theis double sign means approval.The thumb and all fingertips put together (;the hand purse;), while waving toward the body mean ;good; in Tunisia.Untunately, the same sign can also mean ;wait;.There are many parts of the world people often use handing clapping to show thanks and positive feelings.Greek indicates approval or ;yes: by tilting their heads to either side.Downward nodding can mean approval in Lebanon and Iran.In Tonga, raising the eyebrows indicates agreement or liking.An Italian gesture of praise or happiness is the ;cheek screw;, in which the person pokes his or her index finger into the cheek and twists it.Kissing one own fingertips is a sign of happiness, joy and utter approval of something or someone, especially in Europe and Latin America.Gestures of Disapproval.Gestures of disapproval, ;dislike; or ;no;, are just as varied.Mexico and Costa Rica, use the gesture of shaking the whole hand from side to side with the index finger extended and the palm outward.A similar gesture is used all the way in Japan.In Bolivia and Honduras, people wave the index finger as a negative sign.In Lebanon, negativity can also be expressed by shaking the index finger side to side.Folks in Barbados express disgust by puckering their lips and making a sound (chupse).In Bangladesh, the thumbs up sign is used to show disapproval or rejection, not approval.In Greece, Iran and Italy, a slight upward nod (the head toss) shows ;No;.In many countries around the globe, a common sign saying ;go away; is brushing the fingers or the hand toward the irritating person or thing.No wonder, it is called the ;brush off.; 01988

  sightseeing观光,domed拱形的, cave-in塌落It’s Cheaper HereWhile sightseeing in Kentucky, we stopped to take a tour of Mammouth Cave. Looking up at the huge, domed ceiling, I asked the guide, “Has there ever been a cave-in?” “Never,” he reassured us. “But if it did, look on the bright side. Where else could you get buried $.50?”这里比较便宜在肯塔基州观光的时候,我们参观了马莫斯山洞我抬头看着巨大的拱形天棚,问导游说:“这里有没有发生过崩塌?”他安慰我们说:“从来没有过不过如果发生的话,往好里想,还有什么地方把你安葬起来只要两块五美元?”1.sightseeing观光 Most of our time was spent in sightseeing.我们的大部分时间用在游览上也可以作形容词,“观光的”:a sightseeing bus观光巴士.tour旅游 My tour lasted two months.我的旅行持续了两个月 也可以作动词:They are touring in Spain.他们正在西班牙旅行3.ceiling天花板/顶盖/最高限度a ceiling of stars满天星斗;a price ceiling价格最高限度;the job ceiling就业最高限额;break through all previous ceilings打破以往所有的最高水平.cave-in塌落/倒闭/屈 The last firm he worked caved in.他所务的前一个公司倒闭了The children begged their father to take them to the circus until he caved in.孩子们请求父亲带他们去看马戏团, 直到他让步为止5.look on把眼光投向/在一旁观看 They stood looking on while the man was robbed.正当那个人被抢劫时, 他们却站在那儿袖手旁观 They look on me as their own brother.他们把我当作自己的兄弟6.bright side 光明的一面;令人高兴的一面 6557

  bow鞠躬,manner礼节,ceremony礼节Which Month Did He Go AwayWhen Jack bowed to someone, he always did it at lightening speed. You shouldnt wait any longer after he has had his head nod. So he was blamed no manners. Then some warmhearted men taught him, ;When you bow to somebody next time, you can count January, February, March,until December. Then you can lift your body up. Thus, the ceremony will be perfect.;The next day, he met his uncle, he did as the men told him. The bow was so long that it made his uncle feel surprised and escaped away soon. When Jack looked up, he found his uncle gone. So he asked the passer, ;Which month did he go away?; 我叔叔几月走的 杰克给人鞠躬,飞快地一点头,就算完了大家都怪他不懂礼貌于是便有好心的人教他说,下次鞠躬的时候,你就在心里数:一月、二月、;;一直数到十二月为止,然后再直起身来这样,礼节就周全了 第二天,杰克见到他的叔叔,他便如法炮制这躬鞠得太久,叔叔吃了一惊,赶紧逃开了杰克抬头一看,其叔早已不知去向,他便问过路人:我叔叔几月走的?1.bow鞠躬He bowed his thanks.他鞠躬致谢.lift up抬起来Lift your head up. 把你的头抬起来3.ceremony礼节也可以指;典礼;: The young lovers have been trying to put some money aside their marriage ceremony. 年青的恋人一直努力存钱以备举行婚礼时用 1960

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