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What does globalization mean? We always hear this word on TV and about it in newspapers. It means the world is now a village – the global village. The world has become smaller. Of course, the world did not shrink and it isn’t a village. Because of better transport, the Internet and more trading between countries, it is easier to do business. Japanese car makers have factories in Thailand; American computer companies employ thousands of people in China. That’s globalization. And don’t forget the millions of call centre jobs in India that workers in America and Europe used to do. Globalization also means it is easier to work in another country. Is globalization a good or bad thing? That’s a difficult question to answer. Article/201104/133918。

有声名著之红与黑 Chapter12 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人 Article/200809/48102。

Destination: JAPAN! 去日本Have you ever thought about going to Japan? There are many places in Japan worth visiting, but if you only have a little time, you absolutely cannot miss visiting Tokyo. This city is the country's capital and the center of everything that happens in Japan. When in Tokyo, be sure to check out Harajuku during the day. Many fashionable young people go there to shop, be seen, or just hang out. In the evening, walk over to Shibuya, another district popular with young people. Shibuya is so full of bright lights and huge TV screens that it is almost as bright at night as it is at noon. Other places to go are the Ginza, the famous shopping district, and Shinjuku, home of the busiest train station in the world. If you are more interested in history, you can go to Kamakura, one of the old shogunate capitals, which is only an hour away from Tokyo by train. Tokyo is the present capital of Japan, but for centuries the capital was Kyoto. Still the cultural center of Japan, Kyoto is an absolute must-see. The city is filled with traditional wooden buildings, temples, shrines, and castles, some of which are over 1,000 years old. Kyoto can be reached from Tokyo by bullet train. Riding the bullet train is an interesting experience in and of itself. Some prime destinations in Kyoto are Kiyomizu-dera, an exquisite Buddhist temple, and Nijojo, one of the few large castles in Japan that was not destroyed during World War II. However, the greatest thing about Kyoto and the surrounding Kansai region is the people. They are very friendly, and enjoy a more relaxed pace of life than people in Tokyo.If you have some extra time, you might take a side trip to Nara, which was the capital before Kyoto. Nara houses one of the largest bronze Buddha statues in the world. Also interesting is Osaka, the biggest city in Kansai, known for its fun-loving, boisterous people. 你想过去日本玩吗?日本有许多值得参观的地方,但如果你时间不充裕,东京是一个绝对不容错过的城市。它是日本的首都及发生一切事情的中心。在东京,白天一定得去原宿瞧瞧。许多时髦的年轻人都去那儿购物,招摇,或只是闲逛。晚上,则要到涉谷走走,那是另一个年轻人喜爱的地方。涉谷的夜晚灯火通明,巨型电视屏幕随处可见,和正午一样明亮。其它你可以去看的地方有银座──著名的购物区,新宿──世界上最繁忙的火车站。如果你对历史更感兴趣,你还可以去镰仓──古幕府时代的首都之一,从东京搭火车到那儿大约只需要一个钟头。东京是日本现在的首都,但几个世纪以来,日本的首都一直是京都。仍然是日本文化中心的京都是一个必游的景点。这个城市里到处都是传统木造的建筑物、寺庙、神坛及城堡,有些已有一千多年的历史。从东京出发,可以坐子弹式高速列车到京都。搭乘子弹式高速列车也是相当有趣的经历。京都的一些主要景点有:清水寺──精致典雅的佛寺,以及二条城──日本极少数在第二次世界大战中没被摧毁的大城堡之一。不过,京都与周边关西地区最大的特色还是当地的居民。他们非常友善,比起东京人,他们享受着比较轻松的生活节奏。如果你有多余的时间,你可以顺便到奈良一游。它是京都之前的首都。奈良收藏了世界最大的青铜佛像之一。关西第一大城──大阪亦富有生趣,以其好、喜喧闹的居民而闻名。 Article/200803/28858。

可是我还是别打搅你吧,先生。你正在和这位谈得心醉神迷,如果我耽搁了你,你是不会感激我的,瞧她那了双明亮的眼睛也在责备我呢。;This is no very striking resemblance of your own character, I am sure, ; said he. ;How near it may be to MINE, I cannot pretend to say. YOU think it a faithful portrait undoubtedly. ;;I must not decide on my own performance. ;He made no answer, and they were again silent till they had gone down the dance, when he asked her if she and her sisters did not very often walk to Meryton. She answered in the affirmative, and, unable to resist the temptation, added, ;When you met us there the other day, we had just been forming a new acquaintance. ;The effect was immediate. A deeper shade of hauteur oversp his features, but he said not a word, and Elizabeth, though blaming herself for her own weakness, could not go on. At length Darcy spoke, and in a constrained manner said, ;Mr. Wickham is blessed with such happy manners as may ensure his MAKING friends--whether he may be equally capable of RETAINING them, is less certain. ;;He has been so unlucky as to lose YOUR friendship, ; replied Elizabeth with emphasis, ;and in a manner which he is likely to suffer from all his life. ;Darcy made no answer, and seemed desirous of changing the subject. At that moment, Sir William Lucas appeared close to them, meaning to pass through the set to the other side of the room; but on perceiving Mr. Darcy, he stopped with a bow of superior courtesy to compliment him on his dancing and his partner.;I have been most highly gratified indeed, my dear sir. Such very superior dancing is not often seen. It is evident that you belong to the first circles. Allow me to say, however, that your fair partner does not disgrace you, and that I must hope to have this pleasure often repeated, especially when a certain desirable event, my dear Eliza (glancing at her sister and Bingley) shall take place. What congratulations will then flow in! I appeal to Mr. Darcy:--but let me not interrupt you, sir. You will not thank me for detaining you from the bewitching converse of that young lady, whose bright eyes are also upbraiding me. ;The latter part of this address was scarcely heard by Darcy; but Sir William#39;s allusion to his friend seemed to strike him forcibly, and his eyes were directed with a very serious expression towards Bingley and Jane, who were dancing together. Recovering himself, however, shortly, he turned to his partner, and said, ;Sir William#39;s interruption has made me forget what we were talking of. ;;I do not think we were speaking at all. Sir William could not have interrupted two people in the room who had less to say for themselves. We have tried two or three subjects aly without success, and what we are to talk of next I cannot imagine. ; Article/201108/147950。

Room 13-0713号房间 07  The door of number 13 opened suddenly and an arm came out. The arm was thin and covered in gray hairs. The fingernails were long and dirty.  Anderson shouted and pulled Jensen away from the door. The arm disappeared and the door closed. The sound of mad laughter came from number 13.  The landlord brought two men up the stairs. The men had axes in their hands. They swung their axes against the door of number 13.  Suddenly the men cried out and dropped their axes. They had hit a wall. The door of number 13 had disappeared.  In the morning, workmen pulled up the floor between rooms 12 and 14.  Under the floor they found a box. There were old papers inside the box. Anderson thought that the papers belonged to Nicolas Francken---- the man who had disappeared in 1560.  No one was able to the writing on the papers. It was in a strange language. The writing was brown. The ink looked old. But Anderson did not think it was ink. He thought the papers were written in blood.  号房间的门突然开了,从里面伸出一只干瘦的长满灰色毛发的胳膊,手上的指甲又长又脏。  安德森先生大叫一声,把延森从门边拉开。紧接着那胳膊便不见了,门也关上了。从13号房间里传来一阵发狂般的笑声。  旅馆老板带着两个人上楼来,他们挥动手里的斧子,要把13号房间的门劈开。  突然那两个人惨叫一声扔掉了手里的斧子,因为他们劈到了一堵墙,标着13号的那扇门不见了。  第二天早上,工人们把12号和14号房间之间的地板翘开。  他们在地板下发现了一个装着些陈旧纸张的盒子,安德森先生认为那些纸应该是早在1560年就失踪的尼古拉斯.弗兰肯的。  纸上写着些奇怪的文字,没人能看得懂。墨迹是褐色的,看起来应该是很久以前写成的。但安德森并不认为那是墨水,他觉得纸上的字是用血写成的。 Article/200812/57600。

A Health Club with A Twist 快乐.希望.亚历山大Not a single stone goes unturned in Alexander Health Club's uncompromising commitment to satisfy their customers' needs. They not only do it with great workout equipment and well-designed aerobics classes, but with answers to every detail of the working professional's personal needs.Their commitment is fulfilled by offering numerous activities ranging from muscle training on the best equipment money can buy, to sampling refreshments at their extraordinary juice bar, to just sitting back in their jazz lounge to regroup after a busy day. Members do not just come to Alexander to work out; the underlying goal is to create an atmosphere full of openness and caring so that all customers will literally feel at home.Alexander's activity roster and their world-class specialists cater to the generation whose health and leisure requirements go beyond simply lifting weights and drinking mineral water. All the members of this club are saved from the bleating horns, lineups, and out-of-order signs found throughout their everyday lives. 为了满足客户的需要,亚历山大健康俱乐部可以说是绞尽脑汁,一丝不苟。他们不仅有优质的健身器材,精心设计的有氧运动课程,而且对个人专业健身问题和需求也作出详尽的解答。亚历山大提供的活动应有尽有,从在最昂贵的健身设备上锻炼肌肉,到在别出心裁的果汁吧品尝茶点,甚至在忙完一天之后,一头栽进休憩室里,聆听爵士乐、重振精神。会员们到亚历山大来不仅仅是为了健身,俱乐部的首要目标是营造一种洋溢着坦诚与关爱的气氛,使顾客们有宾至如归的感觉。目前这一代人对健康与休闲的要求已不是重量训练和饮用矿泉水就能满足的,亚历山大于准备了丰富多样的活动节目和世界级的专业人士去满足他们的要求。身处俱乐部的会员们,可避开尘嚣俗世的车水马龙和失序纷扰。 Article/200803/30106。

Harry nodded silently.哈利点了点头。He didn#39;t have a clue what was going on, but he didn#39;t seem to be being expelled, and some of the feeling started coming back to his legs.他还没弄清要发生什么呢,不过好像并不是要开除他出校。太好了!哈利那一直只会机械地移动的腿终于有了点点知觉了。He caught that thing in his hand after a fifty-foot dive, Professor McGonagall told Wood.他在做了一个五十英尺高的俯冲之后,用他的手抓住了一件正在下落的物体。麦康娜教授告诉伍德。Didn#39;t even scratch himself. Charlie Weasley couldn#39;t have done it.而他自己竟能毫发不伤地落地!这种能耐,就算是查理·威斯里都没有。Wood was now looking as though all his dreams had come true at once.伍德非常高兴,好像他多年来的梦想马上就能实现了似的。Ever seen a game of Quidditch, Potter? He asked excitedly.他盯着哈刮,兴奋地问:你看过快迪斯比赛吗?Wood#39;s captain of the Gryffindor team,Professor McGonagall explained.伍德是格林芬顿飞行队的队长。麦康娜教授解释道。He#39;s just the build for a Seeker, too,said Wood, now walking around Harry and staring at him.他简直是大生的当搜索员的材料!伍德绕着哈利转了又转,盯着他看了又看。Light — speedy — we#39;ll have to get him a decent broom, Professor — a Nimbus Two Thousand or a Cleansweep Seven, I#39;d say.身体轻盈,反应迅速……我们得给他找个合适点的扫帚才行。教授,你说哪一种合适点呢?灵光2000型扫帚还是第七号清洁者型扫帚好呢?I shall speak to Professor Dumbledore and see if we can#39;t bend the first-year rule.我会告知丹伯多教授并和他商量一下看能不能改一下规则,让一年级的学生参加。Heaven knows, we need a better team than last year.上帝保佑,我们现在有一比去年更强大的队伍了。Flattened in that last match by Slytherin, I couldn#39;t look Severus Snape in the face for weeks.自从上个比赛中我们被史林德林队打败之后,我已经有好久不敢去看史纳皮那得意洋洋的脸了Professor McGonagall peered sternly over her glasses at Harry.麦康娜教授用她那眼镜后的眼睛严厉地看着哈利I want to hear you#39;re training hard, Potter, or I may change my mind about punishing you.我希望你会努力地训练,波特。否则的话,我就会改变我的主意,好好地惩罚你!Then she suddenly smiled.接着她出人意外地笑了Your father would have been proud,she said.你的父亲一定会很自豪的。He was an excellent Quidditch player himself.你知道吗?你父亲可是一位很棒的快迪斯比赛选手。。

Can earthquakes be predicted? Scientists are working on programs to predict where and when an earthquake will occur. They hope to develop an early warning system that can be used to forecast earthquakes so that lives can be saved.Earthquakes are the most dangerous and deadly or all natural events. They occur in many parts of the world. Giant earthquakes have been recorded in Iran, China, Guatemala, Chile, India, and Alaska. Two of the biggest earthquakes that were ever recorded took place in China and Alaska. These earthquakes measured about 8.5 on the Richter Scale. The Richter Scale was devised by Charles Richter in 1935, and compares the energy level of earthquakes. An earthquake that measures a 2 on the scale can be felt but causes little damage. One that measures 4.5 on the scale can cause slight damage, and an earthquake that has a ing of over 7 can cause major damage. It is important to note that a ing of 4 indicates an earthquake ten times as strong as one with a ing of 3. Scientists want to be able to predict those earthquakes that have a ing of over 4 on the Richter Scale.How do earthquakes occur? Earthquakes are caused by the shifting of rocks along cracks, or faults, in the earth's crust. The fault is produced when rocks near each other are pulled in different directions. The best-known fault in North America is the San Andreas fault in the state of California in the ed States.The nations that are actively involved in earthquake prediction programs include Japan, China, Russia, and the ed States. These countries have set up seismic networks in areas of their countries where earthquakes are known to occur. These networks are on the alert for warning signs that show the weakening of rock layers that can precede an earthquake. Many kinds of seismic instruments are used by the networks to monitor the movements of the earth's crust. The scientists also check water in deep wells. They watch for changes in the water level and temperature that are associated with movement along faults.Scientists in China, Russia, and the ed States measure radon in ground water. Radon is a gas that comes from the radioactive decay of radium in rocks. The gas flows through the ground and dissolves in underground streams and wells. Scientists speculate that the amount of radon increases in the ground when rocks layers shift, exposing new rock, and thus more radon. Chinese and Russian scientists have reported that in places where stress is building up, the radon levels of the water build up too. When the radon levels of the water subside and drop back to normal ings, an earthquake may occur. ed States scientists have also placed radon monitoring stations in earthquake zones, particularly California. However, all the scientists agree that more data is necessary to prove that radon levels in water are associated with the possible birth of an earthquake.Earthquake prediction is still a young science. Everyone agrees that earthquakes cannot be predicted with any reliability. Scientists have only a partial understanding of the physical processes that cause earthquakes. Much more research has to be done. New and more up to-date methods have to be found for collecting earthquake data and analyzing it. However, scientists have had some success in predicting earthquakes. Several small earthquakes were predicted in New York State, in the eastern part of the ed States. Chinese scientists predicted a major one in Haicheng in 1975, and Russian scientists predicted a major one in Garm in 1978. While this is a small start, it is still a beginning.地震可以预报吗?科学家们正致力于研究预报何时何地会发生地震的计划,他们希望开发一种早期报警系统用来预报地震,以挽救人们的生命。地震是自然灾害中最危险的最致命的,发生在世界许多地方。伊朗、中国、危地马拉、智利、印度和阿拉斯加都有过大地震的记录。有记载的最大两次地震是发生在中国和阿拉斯加。这两次地震经测量约为里氏8.5级。里氏震级是1935年查尔斯·里克特发明的,用来比较地震的能量等级。里氏地震级测出的2级地震可以感觉到,但几乎没什么破坏;测出的4.5级地震能够造成轻微破坏,读数超过7级的地震会带来重大破坏。必须注意的是,读数为4级的地震表明其强度是读数为3级的10倍。科学家想预测那些读数超过里氏4级的地震。地震是怎么发生的呢?地震是由地壳中的裂缝,或称断层处的岩石发生移位而引起的。当邻近岩石受到不同方向的拉力时便产生了断层。北美洲最著名的断层是位于美国加利福尼亚的圣安德烈亚斯断层。积极参与地震预测计划的国家包括日本、中国、俄罗斯和美国。这些国家在已知发生地震的地区建立了地震网络,这些网络一直处于戒备状态,搜索着告警的迹象,这些迹象显示出在地震前可能发生的岩层松动的状况。这些网络使用多种地震仪器来监测地壳的运动。科学家还检查深井里的水,观察与断层运动有关的水位与温度的变化。中国、俄罗斯和美国的科学家测量地下水的氡含量。氡是来自岩石中镭辐射衰变而产生的气体。这种气体溢出地面并溶解到地下溪流和井里。科学家推测当岩层移位时,新岩石露出,产生更多的氮,这样地层中的氡数量就增加了。中国和俄罗斯报告说压力增加的地方,水中氡的含量也会增加。当水中氡的含量下降,回到正常读数时,地震就可能发生。美国科学家也在地震区,特别是加利福尼亚,设置了检测站。不过,所有的科学家都一致认为,需要更多的资料才能明水中氡的含量和可能发生的地震有关。地震预测仍然是一门年轻的科学。人们都认为地震不可能可靠地预测。科学家对引起地震的物理过程只是部分了解,还必须作更多的研究,必须找到新的和更先进的方法收集地震数据并加以分析。不过,科学家已经在地震预测方面取得了一些成功:美国东部纽约州的几次小地震就已预测到了,1975年中国科学家预测到了海城大地震,1978年俄罗斯科学家预测了加尔姆大地震。虽然这只是个小小的起步,但毕竟是一个开端。 Article/200803/28113。

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有声名著之巴斯史维尔猎犬 Chapter10 巴斯史维尔猎犬The Hound of the Baskervilles英语原版下载 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱呼啸山庄有声名著之傲慢与偏见有声名著之儿子与情人有声名著之红与黑有声名著之歌剧魅影有声名著之了不起的盖茨比有声名著之远大前程 Article/200809/49130。