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重庆市十二院外科忠县激光点痣多少钱A基础英语对话 -01-7 19::6 来源: Dario: What is your favorite drink Brian? Brian: That's a tough question Dario! It's hard to answer that. Dario: Well, how about if I ask you what drink you would take to a deserted island? Brian: Water of course! Dario: Why would you take water to an island? Islands are surrounded by water. Brian: Islands are surrounded by sea water fool! You can't drink salt water. Dario: Oh of course. I got. My favorite drink is Coke. I just love the bitter-sweet taste! Brian: What about Pepsi - the taste of the new generation? Dario: Don't get me started on the whole Coke versus Pepsi argument. Brian: But I like arguments! I'll get the Cokes and we can argue about Pepsi all day! 戴瑞奥:你最喜欢喝什么饮料布莱恩? 布莱恩:这可是个难题戴瑞奥,很难回答 戴瑞奥:那我这么问你怎么样,你会带什么饮料到荒岛上去? 布莱恩:当然是水! 戴瑞奥:你为什么要带水到岛上?岛的四周都是水 布莱恩:岛的周围都是海水,傻瓜!盐水是不能喝的 戴瑞奥:噢,当然,我忘了我最喜欢喝可口可乐我就喜欢那种稍带点儿苦的甜味儿 布莱恩:百事可乐怎么样,新一代的口味? 戴瑞奥:不要让我跟你开始一场可口可乐对抗百事可乐的争论 布莱恩:可是我喜欢争论!我去拿些可口可乐,我们可以就百事可乐争论一天!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------NEW WORDS (生词) 1) Monster: half man, half beast and very scary 怪物,半人半兽很吓人 I love going to see a good monster movie and being scared in the dark multiplex. 我喜欢看好看的怪兽电影和在黑暗的电影院里受惊吓的感觉 ) Gunk: thick, gooey stuff 厚厚粘粘的东西 I sat down in some gunk at the mall and now I can't get it out of my clothes. 我在购物中心里坐到了一些粘东西上,现在我没办法儿把它从衣上弄掉 3) Fright: the feeling of being scared 受惊吓的感觉 My mother gave my girlfriend and I such a fright when she caught us kissing in the dark. 我妈妈发现我和女友在黑暗里接吻时,把我们吓了一大跳Dialogue (对话) Jessie: Do you ever worry that you are starting to look old? Tina: No, not really. If I find a gray hair I just pull it out. Jessie: I spend about one hour each day doing my beauty routine. Tina: What do you do with? Jessie: Mainly moisturizers, conditioners and cleansers. Do you want to borrow some from me? Tina: No thanks, I am pretty sexy aly! Jessie: Hey I know a funny song about a guy who thinks that he is too sexy everything. Tina: Can you teach me the words? Jessie: Sure, just let me go and find my I'm Too Sexy CD and t-shirt! 杰西:你有没有担心过自己要开始变老了? 蒂娜:没有,真的没有如果我发现一根白头发就把它拔下来 杰西:我每天花一小时时间做常规的美容保养 蒂娜:你用什么做? 杰西:主要是保湿品、调节剂和洁肤品你想从我这借一些吗? 蒂娜:不用了,谢谢我已经很性感了! 杰西:嗨,我知道一首有趣的歌,说的是一个家伙觉得自己太性感了,胜过一切 蒂娜:能教我歌词吗? 杰西:没问题,我去找“我太性感了”的CD和T恤New Words (生词) 1) Bull: something that is not true 不真实的东西 The car salesman told me a lot of bull to try to make me buy the car. 汽车推销员说得天花乱坠劝我买那辆车 ) Cash cow: something that is guaranteed to make money 能保赚钱的东西 A McDonalds restaurant would be a real cash cow. 麦当劳餐厅是真正的摇钱树 3) Fox trap: a hot car used to pick up women 用来接女人的酷车 I spent some much money on my fox trap but I am still single. 我在车上花了很多钱来钓女人可现在还是单身 ) Hen: a single old woman 单身的老女人 If I don't find a girlfriend soon, I will be stuck with some old hen! 如果我不快点儿找一个女朋友就会被一些单身老女人缠住 5) Jackal: a low, devious person 下流刁滑的人 He was such a jackal that I didn't want to hang-out with him anymore. 他真是个奸诈之徒,我不想再跟他出去了 6) Jive turkey: someone who talks rubbish (or bull) 满口废话的人 Man that jive turkey fed me so much bull, I nearly laughed in his face. 那个人胡说八道,废话连篇,我差点儿当面嘲笑他 7) Pig: a person who eats a lot 吃得很多的人 My sister is such a pig. I am worried that our family will run out of money from feeding her! 我的真能吃,我担心我们家会因供养她而破产 8) Quack: a bad doctor 蹩脚的医生 The doctor I saw was such a quack that he didn't even realize that my leg was broken. 给我看病的医生真是个蹩脚大夫,他甚至没看出我的腿破了 9) Whale: a fat person 肥胖的人 If my sister keeps eating like a pig she will become a real whale! 如果我继续像猪那样能吃的话,她会变成一个真正的大胖子Dialogue (对话) Jeff: I need to find a cash cow so that I can get rich and retire early. Joan: Sounds like bull to me Jeff. Jeff: So many people these days are pigs that I think I should open a restaurant. Joan: Or a diet company - you could help all of the whales to get thin. Jeff: Great idea there Joan. Why don't you join me as a manager? Joan: You can be such a jive turkey you know Jeff. Jeff: Seriously, together we can help people. We must be better than some of the quacks out there? Joan: Maybe, but I couldn't work you. You are too much of a jackal. I could never trust you. Jeff: Oh well. I'll have to find someone else then. Joan: Don't get me if you do get rich though! Jeff: Sure thing, my English study partner! 杰夫:我需要找棵摇钱树,这样我就可以发财,早点儿退休了 琼:在我听来都是不可能的事儿,杰夫 杰夫:现在很多人都很能吃,所以我想我应该开个餐厅 琼:或者减肥公司,你可以帮助所有的大胖子减肥 杰夫:好主意,琼你为什么不跟我合伙,当个经理? 琼:你真是满口废话,杰夫 杰夫:真的,我们可以一起帮助别人我们一定比那些蹩脚医生强 琼:也许吧,可我不能为你工作你太刁滑了,我永远都不能信任你 杰夫:噢,好吧,那我只好找别人了 琼:如果你真的发了财,可别忘了我! 杰夫:没问题,我的英语学习伙伴! 对话 英语 基础 nbsp北碚区中心医院线路 “vindicate”表白的日常用语 -- :7: 来源: 谢谢! Thank you. *在欧美日常生活中,不能忘记对别人表示感谢 Thank you. (谢谢!) Youre welcome. (不客气) 多谢! Thanks. *比Thank you.较随便些 非常感谢! Thank you very much. *比Thank you.要有礼貌 Thanks a lot. Thank you so much. 真是非常感谢 Much appreciated. Thank you. *appreciate “感激”、“感谢”,多在美国南部使用 I appreciate it. 谢谢您的好意 Thanks your kindness. That very nice of you. That very kind of you. How kind of you. 非常感谢你的关怀 I appreciate your kindness. I appreciate your kindness. (非常感谢你的关怀) Dont mention it. (别客气) 我无法表达对您的感谢 I cant thank you enough. I cant thank you enough. (我无法表达对您的感谢) Youre quite welcome. (您太客气了) 真不知如何感谢你的关心 I can hardly thank you enough your kindness. *hardly常常和can、could构成否定的形式表示“根本不能……”、“难以……”和barely意思大致相同 I have no words to thank you. (不知说什么才能感谢您) I cant express how grateful I am. (不知如何表达谢意) 你帮了我大忙了 Youve been very helpful. Youve been a big help. (你帮我大忙了) Youve been a great help. (你帮我大忙了) 谢谢你的帮助 Thank you the help. Thank you the help. (谢谢你的帮助) My pleasure. (没什么) Thank you helping me. (谢谢你对我的照顾) I appreciate your help. 耽误您时间,实在对不起 Thanks your time. Thanks your time. (耽误您时间,实在对不起) Dont worry about it. (没关系) 感谢您为我做的一切 Thanks everything. Thanks all youve done. Thank you all of your kindness. 不管怎么都要谢谢您 Thank you anyway. *对方虽好意相助,但终究没有起到作用时使用 Sorry, I dont know. (对不起,我不知道) Thank you anyway. (不管怎么都要谢谢您) Thanks offering, but... (谢谢你的建议,但是……) Thanks offering, but I have other plans. (谢谢您的建议,可是我们有其他计划) 哦!那太好了 How nice! It on me. (这次我请客) Oh! How nice! (哦!那太好了) How lovely! *女性常用 What a treat! 我欠你的情 I owe you one. Im much obliged. (万分感谢)*比较礼貌的说法be obliged表示“感谢,感激”,多在美国南部使用 Im in your debt. *in one debt “向……借过钱”,引申为“受……的恩惠”,比较强调感谢的心情 谢谢你送给我的礼物 Thanks a lot your present. Thank you your gift. 您能这样说,我非常感谢 Thanks saying so. I really like your apartment. (我真的喜欢你的公寓) Thanks saying so. (您能这样说,我非常感谢) It nice of you to say so. 谢谢你告诉我 Thanks telling me. You have a run in your stocking. (你的丝袜跳线了) Thanks telling me. (谢谢你告诉我) Thanks letting me know. 非常感谢你等着我 Thanks waiting me. Sorry to have kept you waiting. (对不起,让你久等了) Sorry, Im late. (对不起,我晚了) 谢谢你约我出来 Thanks asking me out. *ask someone out 一般是“约会”的意思 Thanks inviting me. (谢谢您邀请我) 谢谢你鼓励我 Thanks cheering me up. *cheer up “鼓励”、“打起精神”、“鼓足勇气” Thank you making me feel better. 你救了我一命 You saved my life. Watch out! Stop! (小心!站住!) Thanks, you saved my life. (谢谢,你救了我一命) 谢谢你对我的忠告 Thanks warning me. Thanks the warning. Thanks telling me. (谢谢你告诉我) 谢谢你不远万里专程跑一趟 Thanks coming all the way over here. Thanks coming all the way over here. (谢谢你大老远专程跑一趟) It was no trouble. (这没什么大不了的) 谢谢你的来信,你对我太好了 Thank you your letter. It was very kind of you. Thank you your letter. It was very kind of you. (谢谢你的来信,你对我太好了) Youre welcome. (这没什么) 还礼 不客气 Youre welcome. Thank you everything. (感谢您做的一切) Youre welcome. (不客气) My pleasure. Dont mention it. No problem. Not at all. Youre quite welcome. That quite alright. Dont worry about it. 不必客气 Dont mention it. *这句常用于美国,在英国和澳大利亚则不常使用 能帮助您,我非常高兴 Im glad I could help. Thanks, you saved my life! (谢谢您救了我一命) Im glad I could help. (能帮助您,我非常高兴) 道歉 对不起 Im sorry. Im sorry. I made a mistake. (对不起,我弄错了) That all right. (没什么) Excuse me. *用于各种情况如“对不起,您再说一遍”、“对不起……” 啊!对不起 Whoops, excuse me. *用于踩了别人的脚等场合 Ouch! (唉哟!) Whoops, excuse me. (啊!对不起) 对不起,请原谅 Excuse me. *用于一般的道歉 I beg your pardon. *比较正式的说法 Oh, sorry. 真的非常抱歉 Im awfully sorry. 那件事真对不起 Im sorry about that. 这是我的疏忽 It my fault. *直截了当地承认自己的错误并致歉的说法 It my fault. (这是我的疏忽) That okay. Dont worry about it. (没关系,别太在意) Im to blame. (全怪我) 哎呀,我弄错了 Oops. My mistake. *茫然不知所措,不知如何是好或感到很遗憾,对做错的事感到惊讶和表示道歉的心情Oops是“哎呀!”的语气 Oops, so sorry. (哎呀,真对不起) 那事我觉得很抱歉 I feel bad about it. I wish it had never happened. *直译“我希望没有发生过那样的事”,即“那事如果没有发生过该多好呀!” 真抱歉,我不能来 Im sorry I couldnt come. Im sorry I couldnt come. (真抱歉,我不能来) That all right. (没关系) 前几天真是很抱歉 Im sorry about the other day. Hi, John! (嗨!约翰,你好!) Im sorry about the other day. (前几天真是很抱歉) 请您原谅我的失礼 Please give my rudeness. A) Please give my rudeness. (请您原谅我的失礼) B) Ill give you. (我原谅你)*A更口语的说法是Im sorry I was rude. (很抱歉,我失礼了) 我不知该怎样向您道歉 I dont know how to apologize to you. *apologize to...“向……道歉” I cant express how sorry I am. Words cant express how sorry I am. I have no words to apologize to you. 我并没有那个意思 I didnt mean that. *mean “打算说做……” 真对不起,给您添麻烦了 Im sorry to trouble you. Im sorry to trouble you. (真对不起,给您添麻烦了) That okay. (没关系) 实在对不起,让您费心了 Im really sorry troubling you. Im really sorry troubling you. (实在对不起,让您费心了) It was nothing. (这没什么) 抱歉,让您久等了 Im sorry to have kept you waiting. Im sorry to have kept you waiting. (抱歉,让您久等了) I was about to go home. (我正想要回家呢) Im sorry to be late again. (对不起,我又来晚了) Sorry, Im late again. (对不起,我又迟到了) 我希望……可是…… I wish I could... Are you coming to my party? (你能来参加我的晚会吗?) I wish I could come, but Im busy on Friday. (我非常想去,可是星期五我很忙) 对道歉的回答 没事儿别放在心里! That all right. *有时连写成That alright. Im sorry. (对不起) That all right. (没事儿别放在心里!) Dont worry about it. Dont worry. It no big deal. (不是什么大不了的事) Never mind. I got to bring your book. (我忘了把你的书带来了) Never mind. (不必在意) 下次要多加小心 Please be more careful next time. 关心对方 我帮您收大衣吧 Let me get your coat you. *主人迎接穿大衣来访的客人时使用 Let me get your coat you. (我帮您收大衣吧) Thanks. (谢谢) 别拘束,像在自己家一样吧 Make yourself at home. I like your apartment. (我很喜欢您的公寓) Make yourself at home. (别客气,像在自己家一样吧) 很抱歉…… Excuse me. *中途退席时 One moment, please. 现在您有空吗? Do you have a minute? *要和对方说话时 Can I talk to you a minute? Are you busy now? (现在你忙吗?) 我能跟您说几句话吗? Can I talk to you a minute? Can I talk to you a minute? (我能跟您说几句话吗?) Sure, go ahead. (当然可以,你说吧!) 您先请 After you. After you. (您先请) Oh, thank you. (噢!谢谢!) 我帮您一把吧! Can I give you a hand? Can I give you a hand? (我帮您一把吧!) That all right, thanks. (好的,谢谢) 对不起,我过一下 Excuse me. Excuse me. (对不起,我过一下) That all right. (您请) 我接受你的建议就照你说的 Ill accept your offer. Ill accept your offer. (我接受你的建议就照你说的) That great! (太棒了)*常用于在工作中例如在回答类似“我考虑要你做A分店的分店长怎么样?”和“这辆车我想卖5000美元”的问题时,前一种情况意为“我想我可以接受你的建议”,后一种情况可以理解为“好吧,这个价钱我买了” 对不起,打断一下 Sorry to interrupt you. Sorry to interrupt you. (对不起,打断一下) Yes? (什么事?) 真抱歉,这么突然 Sorry the short notice. *short notice “急的,突然的” Sorry the short notice. (真抱歉,这么突然) Dont worry about it. (没关系,不必担心) 表扬 太棒了! Great! I got a promotion today. (今天我被提升了) Great! (太棒了!) That great! Excellent! Fantastic! *表示非常高兴,同时又有点儿吃惊的心情 Wonderful! 约翰你真够出色的! John is incredible! John is the greatest! (约翰是个很了不起的人) 真不错 Good job! *赞扬对方出色行为时比较随便的说法 Look! I made this chair. (你看,这是我做的椅子) Good job! (真不错!) You did it! Well done! Great! 干得真好! Way to go! *“太好了”、“真的”,向对方表示惊叹的语气多用于父母对孩子,意为“你真是个好孩子”大人之间也常用 I got 0 points! (我考了0分) Way to go! (好样的!) Right on! Nice going! Good going! All right. 儿子,你真棒! Well done, son! *例句是对儿子说的,如果是对女儿说,句尾不用加任何词 My grades went up! (我的成绩提高了!) Well done, son! (儿子,你真棒!) 恭喜了! Congratulations! We ran a race and I was the fastest. (我赛跑得了第一名) Congratulations! (是吗?恭喜你了!) 你真了不起! You were great! You were great! (你真了不起!) It was nothing. (这算不了什么) You were wonderful! That was very smart! (你真聪明!) 恭喜你干得不错真是件好事 Good you. *听到好事时的回答 Ive started jogging. (我开始跑步了) Good you! (这真不错) My teacher praised me today. (今天老师表扬我了) Good you! (真是件好事) I admire you it! That great! Kenji and I are friends now. (现在我和健二是好朋友) That great. (那太好了) That good ( you)! (太好了!) 真是好孩子 Good boy. I cleaned up my room. (我把我的房间打扫干净了) Good boy. (真是好孩子) Good girl. 多漂亮的裙子呀! What a nice dress! 我真喜欢你的衬衫 I like your shirt. That a nice shirt. That shirt looks good on you. (你穿这件衬衫真合适) You look good in that shirt. (你穿这件衬衫正合适) 你的领带真漂亮 That a great tie. That a great tie. (你的领带真漂亮) Do you like it? (你喜欢吗?) I like your tie. (我喜欢你的领带) 你有辆好车呀! You have a nice car. You have a nice car. (你有辆好车呀!) It brand-new. (这可是辆新车呀) 在哪儿买的? Where did you buy it? 是在K店买的 I bought it at the K store. 在特别降价的时候 It was on sale. *on sale是“降价,减价,甩卖”; sale是“正在出售的,出售的”两种用法不同,注意不要混淆 你看上去真好真帅 You look nice. You look good. You look pretty. (你真可爱) You look great! 对你正合适 It looks nice on you. *look nice on... “合适……”,“看上去很适合……” A) How does it look? (你看怎么样?) B) It looks nice on you. (对你正合适) *A正在试衣 这得归功于您呀! All the credit goes to you. *credit “功绩”、“功劳”、“名誉” It a big hit! (这是一个巨大的成功!) All the credit goes to you. (这完全都得归功于您呀!) You deserve all the credit. 非常出色! Brilliant! *有了让人吃惊的主意或解决了问题时使用 What do you think of my proposal? (您认为我的提案怎么样?) It brilliant! (非常出色!) That brilliant! 真是个男子汉! What a man! He a real hero! (他是一个真正的英雄!) What a man! (真是个男子汉!) He a great man! He a real man. 真不愧是你,干得好! Wow, youre on a winning streak. *直译“啊!你连连取胜”,表达“真不愧是你”的语感 We won again. (我们又赢了) Wow, youre on a winning streak. (哇,又赢啦!干得好) 你的儿子真可爱 You have a cute son. *是男孩的情况下 You have a cute son. (你的儿子真可爱) Thank you. (谢谢)*表示女孩子的说法如下 You have a cute daughter. (你女儿真可爱) Thank you. She takes after her mother. (谢谢,她长得像她妈妈) 您看上去很年轻 You look young your age. You look young your age. (您看上去很年轻) Youre the only one who has said that. (只有你一个人这样对我说) 我非常感谢您为此所做出的努力 I appreciate your eft very much. Thank you your hard work. 真羡慕你 I envy you. Im getting married. (我要结婚了) I envy you. (真羡慕你) I dont envy you. (我并不羡慕你) 他对你的评价很高 He thinks highly of you. He thinks a lot of you... 这句虽然不是一句正确的英语,但口语常用 He has a high opinion of you. 我需要一个值得我尊敬的老板 I need a boss I can look up to. *look up to “尊敬,对人表示尊敬” 他真有勇气 He got guts. *guts还有“内脏”的意思 So, he complained to his boss. (所以,他向老板发牢骚) He got guts. (他可真敢) He brave. 日常英语 英语口语实用口语:小伙伴请放宽心! -01- :: 来源:   小伙伴吃不下,睡不着,做什么都不能集中,心里一直焦虑某件事你该如何让他放宽心呢?  1. It'll turn out all right.  一切都会好的  . There's nothing to worry about.  没什么好担心的!  3. It isn't as bad as all that.  没那么严重  . Things are never as bad as they seem.  事情往往不像看上去的那么糟  5. You'll be fine.  你不会有事儿的  6. What are you worrying ?  你有什么好担心的?  7. There's no need to worry.  不必担心  8. Every cloud has a silver lining.  天无绝人之路 小伙伴 口语重庆公立三甲医院可以吗

荣昌区脸部去痣价格英语口语中级训练():怎样养成良好的学习习惯? -01-7 19::1 来源: How to Improve Your Study HabitsText A Maybe you are an average student with an average intellect.You pass most of your subjects. You occasionally get good grades, but they are usually just average. You are more interested in hiking than in history, and in sports than in scholarship. The fact is that you don't study very much.You probably think you will never be a top student. This is not necessarily so, however. Anyone can become a better scholar if he or she wants to. It is true that you may not be enthusiastic about everything that you study, but by using your time properly you may improve your grades without additional work. Here's how :1. Plan your time carefully. When you plan a trip, one of the first things you must do is to make a list of things, to take. If you don't you are almost certain to leave something important at home. When you plan your week, you should make a list of things that you have to do. Otherwise, you may get to leave enough time to complete an important task. After making the list, you should make a schedule of your time.First fill in committed time-eating, sleeping, dressing, school, meeting, ete. Then decide on a good, regular time studying. Be sure to set aside enough time to complete the work that, you are normally assigned each week. Of course , studying shouldn't occupy all of your free time. Don't get to set aside enough time entertainment, hobbies , and maybe just relaxation. A weekly schedule may not solve all your problems, but it will ce you to realize what is happening to your time.. Find a good place to study. Look around the house a good study area. Keep this space , which may be a desk or simply a corner of your room, free of everything but study materials. No games, radios, or television! If you can't find such a place at home, find a library where you can study. When you sit down to work, concentrate on the subject! And don't go to the place you have chosen unless you are y to study.3. Scan bee you . This means looking a passage over quickly but thoroughly bee you begin to it more carefully. Scanning a passage lets you preview the material and get a general idea of the content. This will actually allow you to skip less important material when you begin to . Scanning will help you double your ing speed and improve your comprehension.. Make good use of your time in class. Take advantage of class time to listen to everything the teacher says. Sit where you can see and hear well. Really listening in class means less work later. Taking notes will help you remember what the teacher says. When the teacher gets off the subject, stop taking notes.5. Study regularly. When you get home from class, go over your notes. Review the important points that your teacher mentioned in class. Read any related material in your textbook. If you know what your teacher is going to discuss the next day, scan and that material, too. This will help you understand the next class. If you do these things regularly, the material will become more meaningful, and you will remember it longer.6. Develop a good attitude about tests. The purpose of a test is to show what you have learned about a subject. The world won't end if you don't pass a test, so don't get overly worried. Tests do more than just provide grades; they let you know what you need to study more , and they help make your new knowledge permanent. There are other techniques that might help you with your studying. Only a handful have been mentioned here. You will probably discover many others after you have tried these.Text BSome kind of planning is essential. one thing it reveals whether you really have enough to say on the topic you have chosen while there is still time to change to another topic. It is also important because it stimulates your ideas and helps to fix them in your mind Without some notes to help you, you may find that you begin writing with several ideas in your head but you get some of them as you are writing.When you have chosen your topic, and perhaps have a general idea of your theme, make quick short notes of all the ideas that come into your head.Remember that these should be notes-words or phrases-not sentences , which would slow you down. As you do this you will find that new ideas will come to you, one idea leads to another. This should not take more than ten minutes, in an examination you have no time to waste.If you have not yet decided on your main theme , you can do so now, and then on the main idea of each paragraph. You may have to rearrange your ideas, to decide which paragraphs they will fit into, and which ideas will be left out altogether.It is you to decide how detailed your plan should be. If you are good at writing, and have had plenty of practice, probably only a few brief notes will be necessary, but if you are not, then you may require a more detailed plan. But remember that everi the best writers need to make some notes if they are going to produce a well-organized piece of writing. You will of course be given marks the arrangement of your ideas.With your plan in front of you, you should be able to write your composition. There should be no need to write a rough verseon first, then correct it and make a final copy. This is a waste of time.Additional InmstionThere is a lot of misunderstanding about studying. Most students have not been taught the principles behind really effective working. Above is a graph showing the amount a person learns against the number of honrs he works in a day. If he doesn't do any work, he learns nothing (point 0) If he does an hour's work he learns a cerain amount (point 1 )If he does two hours' work he learns about twice as much (point ) If he does more work he'll learn still more (point 3) Now, it he tried to do 3 hours' work in , he'll be so exhausted that he'll hardly remember anything: what he learns will be very little (point ) If he did less work he'd learn more (point 5)Now whatever the exact shape of this curve, it must have a crest. Point X is the very maximum anyone can learn in the day. And this represents the optimum, the best, amount of work to do. It is the best possible compromise between adequate time at the books and fatigue. Fatigue is an absolutely real thing; one can't escape it or try to ignore it. If you try to, if you press yourself to'work past the optimum (and any fool can prop his eyelids up and do hours a day ) , you can only get on this downward slope and achieve less than the best-and then get exhausted and lose your power of concentration.The skill in being a student consists in getting one's daily study as near the optimum point as possible. I cannot tell you what the optimum is. It differs with the type of work, it differs from person to person, andeven in the same person it varies from week to week. You must try to find your own. Every day you study, bear this principle of the optimum in mind. When you feel yourself getting fatigued, if you find yourself repeatedly ing over the same paragraph and not taking it iri, that's a pretty good sign you've reached the crest the day and should stop.Most ordinary students find their optimum at about five hours a day. Yours may be a little more or a little less-but if you get in five hours' good work a day, you will be doing well.Now. what are you doing with yourself when you aren't working? Bee examinations some students do nothing at all except sit in a chair and worry. Here is another misunderstanding. Peop~e too easily think of the mind as if it worked like the body, it does not. If one wanted to conserve physical energy to cut the maximum amount of firewood, one would lie flat on a bed and rest when one wasn't chopping. But the mind cannot rest. Even in sleep you dream, even if you get your dreams. The mind is always turning. It gets its relaxation only by variety. That is what makes mental rest.When you've finished your optimum hourage you must stop. You must not then sit around in the chair thinking about the work-that only tires without any learning. You must get out and do something. It doesn't matter what-anything so long as you are actively doing something else but work. 良好 学习 习惯 养成忠县绣眉多少钱 After thirty years of married happiness, he could still remind himself that Victoria was endowed with every charm except the thrilling touch of human frailty. Though her perfection discouraged pleasures, especially the pleasures of love, he had learned in time to feel the pride of a husband in her natural frigidity. he still clung, amid the decay of moral platitudes, to the discredited ideal of chivalry. In his youth the world was suffused with the after-glow of the long Victorian age, and a graceful feminine style had softened the manners, if not the natures, of men. At the end of that interesting epoch, when womanhood was exalted from a biological factsintosa miraculous power, Virginius Littlepage, the younger son of an old and affluent family, had married Victoria Brooke, the grand-daughter of a tobacco planter, who had made a satisfactory tune by saking his plantation and converting tobaccosintoscigarettes. While Virginius had been trained by stern tradition to respect every woman who had not stooped to folly, the virtue peculiar to her sex was among the least of his reasons admiring Victoria. She was not only modest, which was usual in the nineties, but she was beautiful, which is unusual in any decade. In the beginning of their acquaintance he had gone even further and ascribed intellect to her; but a few months of marriage had shown this to be merely one of the many delusions created by perfect features and noble expression. Everything about her had been smooth and definite, even the tones of her voice and the way her light brown hair, which she wore a la Pompadour, was rolled stiffly back from her ehead and coiled in a burnished rope on the top of her head. A serious young man, ambitious to attain a place in the world more brilliant than the secluded seat of his ancestors, he had been impressed at their first meeting by the compactness and precision of Victoria's orderly mind. in that earnest period the minds, as well as the emotions, of lovers were orderly. It was an age when eager young men flocked to church on Sunday morning, and eloquent divines discoursed upon the Victorian poets in the middle of the week. He could afd to smile now when he recalled the solemn Browning class in which he had first lost his heart. How passionately he had admired Victoria's virginal features! How fervently he had envied her competent but caressing way with the poet! Incredible as it seemed to him now, he had fallen in love with her while she recited from the more ponderous passages in The Ring and the Book. He had fallen in love with her then, though he had never really enjoyed Browning, and it had been a relief to him when the Unseen, in company with its illustrious poet, had at last gone out of fashion. Yet, since he was disposed to admire all the qualities he did not possess, he had never ceased to respect the firmness with which Victoria continued to deal in other ms with the Absolute. As the placid years passed, and she came to rely less upon her virginal features, it seemed to him that the ripe opinions of her youth began to shrink and flatten as fruit does that has hung too long on the tree. She had never changed, he realized, since he had first known her; she had become merely riper, softer, and sweeter in nature. Her advantage restedswheresadvantage never fails to rest, in moral fervour. To be invariably right was her single wifely failing. his wife, he sighed, with the vague unrest of a husband whose infidelities are imaginary, was a genuinely good woman. She was as far removed from pretence as she was from the posturing virtues that flourish in the credulous world of the drama. The pity of it was that even the least exacting husband should so often desire something more piquant than goodness. 019371万州区光子美白多少钱

资阳哪里打美白针好实用口语:第一次约会如何防止冷场 -- ::1 来源:   第一次约会,一定心潮澎湃、百感交集吧!不过要是心情太激动,头脑可是会变空虚哒,到时候一句话都说不出来可就尴尬了恩,要好好珍惜甜蜜的约会时刻,拒绝冷场!以下是专门教人社交技巧的外国老师所列出的适合首次约会的Conversation Starter:  1. How am I doing so far?  到目前为止我表现如何?(可以用自嘲的口吻说哦)  so far 到目前为止,迄今为止有个很常用的口语叫做:So far so good. 到目前为止一切顺利  . What three words best describe you?  哪三个词能最好地描述你?(我说这个根本是面试的问题吧……)  3. What's the one defining moment of your life so far?  能跟我讲讲你人生中至关重要的一刻吗?  defining moment 关键时刻,决定性时刻相同的用法还有crucial critical decisive moment  . What's one thing you most want to do? (Gather inmation a later date to blow their mind away)  你最想做什么?(注意啦,这可是为下次约会收集信息,到时候可以给对方一个惊喜!)  blow someone's mind (away) - to surprise or excite someone 使某人吃惊或兴奋  5. What's something your friends don't even know about you?  有什么关于你的事是连你朋友也不知道的?  6. What's the baddest dumbest thing you've ever done?  你做过的最糟糕愚蠢的事是什么?(问了对方这样的问题,不妨也谈谈自己那些或滑稽、或尴尬的时刻吧,这样的话题能帮助缓解紧张情绪哟~)  dumb 一般解释为“哑的;不说话的”,在口语里也可表示“愚笨的”既然说到dumb,我们就来看几个关于它的短语吧首先是三种比喻:as dumb as an oyster an ox a fish,字面意思是“像牡蛎公牛鱼一样沉默的确,这三种动物都是不怎么出声的吧,所以这三个短语就是指“很少讲话,沉默不语”另外我们再来学个strike sb dumb,意思等同于strike sb speechless,表示“使某人哑口无言” 防止 如何 约会 口语 [7] 5重庆市第六医院挂号几点上班重医附一院假体隆胸



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