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Im on a deserted island, theres a boat on horizon.我身处荒岛 海平线处有艘船只I gonna get ashore and light my signal fire.我要赶紧上岸 点燃我的求救烟火Get this rope up the beach.Its a race against time.把这根绳子拖上岸这是一场与时间的竞赛Look, there you go, on the horizon.See it? Its a mast.快看 看海平线那儿 看见了么 那是船的桅杆Okay, lets get on the hill, get the signal fire lit.好吧 我们上山 点火发求救信号Every second here is valuable to the survivor.Go on, get lit. Here we go, okay.此时每一秒对于幸存者来说都是宝贵的 继续打火 好了 点着了The flip-flops are beginning to kick in now, a bit of the black smoke.拖鞋也被点燃了 冒出一些黑烟On a calm day, the human voice can be heard over 10 miles away over water,but not today.风平浪静的天气里 人的声音在水上 能传到10英里以外 但今天运气不好The problem is the winds blowing this way,很不巧 风在朝反方向吹and thats gonna mean my sounds not gonna carry far,definitely not far enough for them.这就意味着我的呼救声传不了那么远 至少无法让船上的人听见And I guess for the survivor to experience disappointment like that,我想 这实在是太打击人了seeing what you hope is gonna be rescue,to see that disappear,that must be so hard.看见获救的希望近在咫尺 又眼睁睁的看它消失 这种经历太纠结了And then it just becomes this battle to keep your hope and your spirits high.然后 就只剩下你自己在希望与绝望的边缘上挣扎And thats why they say the real battle for survival is actually in your mind and in your heart.这就是为什么人们说 生死考验 实际上考验人的意志与心志201606/451913TED演讲视频:怎样说话人们才会听人类的声音,是我们所有人都弹奏的乐器,也可能是这个世界上最有力的声音。它绝无仅有,或能引起战争,或能说“我爱你”。然而,很多人都有过这样的经历:当他们说话的时候,人们并不在听……这是为什么呢?我们应当用什么方式来说话才能改变这种情况呢?201703/497655

Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in todays , we are going to do some listening practice.大家好,我叫Emma,在今天的视频里我们要来做一些听力练习。This is going to be particularly useful if you are going to university or plan to go to university,如果你即将要去读大学或者打算去读大学,if you are writing the TOEFL test, or if you are writing the IELTS.如果你要考或者雅思,那么这个视频对你会非常有帮助的。University words come up a lot on the TOEFL and the IELTS, especially in the listening,与“大学”相关的词汇经常出现在和雅思考试中,尤其是听力部分。so this will help you improve your listening, specifically about university words.所以今天这个视频将会帮你加强听力练习,尤其是大学类词汇方面的听力。Okay, so to get started, I want you, on a piece of paper, to put something like this.好的,那我们就开始吧!首先我希望你拿出一张纸,在上面写上这些东西。I want you to write the word ;university; in the center, ;verbs;, ;people;, ;places;, ;things;, ;slang;.我希望你在纸中间写上“大学”这两个字,然后“动词”、“人物”、“地点”、“事情”和“俚语”。I want you to copy this, because Im going to have you pause the for one minute... Or maybe... You know what? Give yourself three minutes,我希望你能把这些抄下来,因为我会让你暂停个一分钟......或者......算了,我给你三分钟的时间,and I want you to think about all the words you can think of that have to do with university.然后我希望你想一想你能想到的和大学有关的所有单词。So, for example, people, I might think the ;prof;; verbs, I might think ;enroll;.听懂了吗?比如,在“人物”这一类,我可能会想到“教授”;“动词”这一类,我也许会想到“注册”。But try to come up with as many as you can. Places, maybe ;cafeteria;; things, ;course;; slang, ;hit the books;.不过请你试着尽量多想一些单词出来。在“地点”这一类,也许会想到“餐厅”;“事情”这一类的话,可能是“课程”;“俚语”的话,可能是“用功学习”。I want you to try to come up with as many words as you can, and then we will talk about these words.我希望你想出来越多单词越好。然后我们会再讨论一下这些单词。I hope youve done some brainstorming, and youve come up with a list of words.好了,我希望你已经进行了一番头脑风暴,并且想出了很多单词。What I want you to do now is I want you to see: Did you come up with any of the same words that I came up with?现在我想让你做的事就是,我想让你看一看:你想出来的单词和我列出来的这些有没有一样的?So, behind me, I have a bunch of words I thought of. Do you have the same words, or totally different words?嗯......在我身后写着我想出来的很多单词。有跟你想到的一样的吗?还是你想到的完全是别的单词?I put the word: ;advisor;, ;flunk;, ;fall behind;, ;marks;, ;grades;, ;freshman;, ;sophomore;, ;junior;, ;senior;, ;prof;, ;pull an all-nighter;,我列出来的单词有:指导员、挂科、落后、分数、成绩、大一、大二、大三、大四、教授、开夜车;cram;, ;TA;, ;ace the test;, ;dean;, ;instructor;, ;registrar;, ;drop a course;, ;hit the books;, ;undergrad;, ;grad student;, and ;hand in;.死记硬背、助教、考高分、系主任、讲师、登记员、退课、用功学习、大学、大学生和上交。So these are all very common words we use when we talk about university.在我们谈论大学相关话题的时候经常会用到这些单词。If there are any words here that you dont know the meaning of, I highly recommend watching some previous s Ive done on these words that explain them fully.如果这里有你不认识的单词,我强烈推荐你去看看我之前上传的一些关于这些单词的视频,我在里面详细地解释过这些单词的意思。So there will be a link for that, so feel free, if you dont know these words, to click on the link.稍后我会把链接放上来,所以如果你不认识这些单词的话,尽管打开这条链接。So now what Im going to have you do is we are going to do a practice listening.那么现在我要让你做的就是,我们要做一个听力练习。You are going to listen to me tell you a story about university.你将会听到我讲述一个关于大学的故事。You are going to look at these words, and if you hear me say the word, youre going to put a checkmark right beside the words you hear.你要看着这些单词,如果你听见我提到了某个单词,就在听到的单词旁边打个勾。If you are on engVid, theres going to be a link that you can click to download these words so you can print them off and have them in front of you.如果你是在engVid上看这个视频的,那你就可以点击一下这个链接来下载这些单词,以便于你把它们打印出来,拿在手里。Same with on YouTube, if youre watching this off of YouTube, there will be a link you can click on in the description,在Youtube上看见的也一样,如果你是在Youtube上观看这个视频的话,你会在详情处找到一个链接,and that will take you to a place where you can download a list of these words.点击一下你就能进入下载页面,就可以把这些单词下载下来了。Otherwise, if you dont want to do that, you can actually just copy them out by hand, just write down these words.另外,如果你不想这么麻烦的话,也可以直接自己把这些单词抄下来。And then when youre y, you can listen to me, and all you need to do is if you hear the word, you put a checkmark.等你准备好之后,就可以听我读下面的故事了。你要做的事情就是,当你听到某个单词的时候,在旁边打个勾。If you dont hear the word in what Im going to say, then no checkmark.如果你在我讲的这个故事里没有听到这个单词,就不要打勾了。Okay, so lets get started. So, again, put a checkmark if you hear the word.好了,那我们开始吧。再说一遍,如果听到了这个单词就打勾。I went to the University of Toronto. I remember when I was an undergrad, I found school very difficult, especially in my freshman year.我是在多伦多大学上的学。我还记得我读大学的时候,觉得在学校的一切都很困难,尤其是大一那年。I guess the main problem was it was my first time away from home.我猜主要原因就是那是我第一次离开家。School had always come naturally to me before. I wasnt used to cramming and pulling all-nighters. I naturally had been a straight-A student.以前,学业对我来说总是很自然的一件事。我过去并不习惯死记硬背和开夜车,但我自然而然就成了一个优秀学生。Now I had to work hard so I wouldnt flunk.The problem was I was terrified of my prof and my TAs.可是现在我必须努力学习才能不挂科。问题是,我当时很怕我的教授和助教们。I was confused with my first assignment, and didnt hand it in on time.我对进入大学的第一次作业并不是很会,而且没能按时上交给老师。I bombed the test that same week. I started to study harder so I wouldnt fall behind.就在同一个星期我考试也没及格。所以为了不落后,我开始更努力地学习。Eventually, I met with an advisor, who really helped me. By my junior year, I was doing well.后来,我遇见了一位指导员,他帮了我很多。到大三的时候,我的表现就很好了。Okay, so take a moment. Ill it one more time so you can check your answers.You can put a check if you hear any of these words.好了,我会再读一遍,所以你们抓紧时间检查一下。如果你听到了这其中任何一个单词,都请打个勾。I went to the University of Toronto. I remember when I was an undergrad, I found school very difficult, especially in my freshman year.我是在多伦多大学上的学。我还记得我读大学的时候,觉得在学校的一切都很困难,尤其是大一那年。I guess the main problem was it was my first time away from home.我猜主要原因就是那是我第一次离开家。School had always come naturally to me before. I wasnt used to cramming and pulling all-nighters. I naturally had been a straight-A student.以前,学业对我来说总是很自然的一件事。我过去并不习惯死记硬背和开夜车,但我自然而然就成了一个优秀学生。Now I had to work hard so I wouldnt flunk.The problem was I was terrified of my prof and TAs.可是现在我必须努力学习才能不挂科。问题是,我当时很怕我的教授和助教们。I was confused with my first assignment, and didnt hand it in on time.我对进入大学的第一次作业并不是很会,而且没能按时上交给老师。I bombed the test that same week. I started to study harder so I wouldnt fall behind.就在同一个星期我考试也没及格。所以为了不落后,我开始更努力地学习。Eventually, I met with an advisor who really helped me. By my junior year, I was doing well.后来,我遇见了一位指导员,他帮了我很多。到大三的时候,我的表现就很好了。Okay, so lets see which of these words we heard.好的,那现在我们来看看都听到了哪些单词。We heard the word ;advisor;, yep. ;Flunk;, yep. ;Fall behind;.我们听到了“指导员”,没错;“挂科”,对的;还有“落后”。Did we hear the word ;marks;? Lets see. Nope. ;Grades;, nope.我们有听到”分数”这个单词吗?看看哈,嗯......没有。“成绩”呢?也没有。;Freshman;, yes. ;Sophomore;, no. ;Junior;, yes. ;Prof;. ;Pull an all-nighter;, ;cram;, ;TA;.“大一”?有;“大二”?没有;“大三”?有的;“教授”、“开夜车”、“死记硬背”、“助教”,这些都有。;Ace the test;, no. ;Dean;, no. ;Instructor;, nope. ;Registrar;, nope. ;Drop a course;, nope.“考高分”?没有;“系主任”?没有;“讲师”?没有;“登记员”?没有;“退课”?也没有。;Hit the books;, nope. ;Undergrad;, yes. ;Grad student;, no. And ;hand in;, yes.“用功学习”?没有;“大学”?有;“大学生”?没有;“上交”?有的。So Ive put a check beside the words Ive said. You can listen again to make sure that youve heard them.现在我在提到过的单词旁边都打上了勾。你可以再听一遍,确认一下有没有听到这些单词。Now were going to do that again. Im going to a second story, the final story, and I want you, again, if you hear the words, put a checkmark.现在我们再来做一遍。我接下来会读第二个故事,最后一个故事,我的要求还是一样,如果你听到了这些单词,请在旁边打个勾。Now for my second story. Listen carefully.那么现在我要读第二个故事了。请仔细听。I loved university. I remember my first day at the registrar when I needed to enroll in my classes.我太爱大学了。还记得我大学第一天,为了注册课程来到了登记员那儿。They were so friendly at the university, and really helpful, too.我们学校的登记员人都很好,并且也很热心。Undergrad was amazing. I met tons of cool people.大学太神奇了。我遇到了很多很酷的人。In my psych class, we even formed a study group. Every Wednesday, wed hit the books. On our final exam, we all aced the test.在我的心理学课上,我们甚至还成立了一个学习小组。每周三我们都会一起用功学习。到了期末考试的时候,我们所有人都考了高分。Because I had studied for weeks before, I didnt have to cram or pull an all-nighter.多亏我提前好几个星期就开始复习了,所以我并不需要死记硬背或者开夜车。My instructor was really impressed with our marks. He introduced us to the dean.我的讲师都被我们的分数惊艳到了,还把我们介绍给了系主任。In my senior year, he gave me such a good reference, I was able to get into a masters program.大四的时候,他给我写了一封特别好的推荐信,所以我才顺利申请上了研究生。Eventually, I became a grad student and a TA.最后,我大学毕业并成为了一名助教。Im going to that one more time. Listen again. Check your answers, see that youve heard all of the words and youve put checkmarks beside the correct words.好了,我再读一遍。请在第二遍的时候检查一下你的,看看你有没有听到所有的单词,还有是否在正确的单词旁边打了勾。I loved university. I remember my first day at the registrar when I needed to enroll in my classes.我太爱大学了。还记得我大学第一天,为了注册课程来到了登记员那儿。They were so friendly, really helpful, too.我们学校的登记员人都很好,并且也很热心。Undergrad was amazing. I met tons of cool people.大学太神奇了。我遇到了很多很酷的人。In my psych class, we even formed a study group. Every Wednesday, wed hit the books. On our final exam, we all aced the test.在我的心理学课上,我们甚至还成立了一个学习小组。每周三我们都会一起用功学习。到了期末考试的时候,我们所有人都考了高分。Because I had studied for weeks before, I didnt have to cram or pull an all-nighter.多亏我提前好几个星期就开始复习了,所以我并不需要死记硬背或者开夜车。My instructor was really impressed with our marks. He introduced us to the dean.我的讲师都被我们的分数惊艳到了,还把我们介绍给了系主任。In my senior year, he gave me such a good reference, I was able to get into a masters program.大四的时候,他给我写了一封特别好的推荐信,所以我才顺利申请上了研究生。Eventually, I became a grad student and a TA.Lets see which words you heard.最后,我大学毕业并成为了一名助教。好了,让我们看看都听到了哪些单词。Okay. So, ;advisor;, nope. Lets go through this... We have the word ;registrar;, check.嗯......“指导员”?没有。我们把这个做完......故事里有“管理员”,嗯,打勾。We have the word ;enroll;. Did we put that there? Okay, nope.我们听到了“注册”。有把它列出来吗?没有。Okay, we have the word ;undergrad;, check. We have the word ;hit the books;.好的,有“大学”,对;“用功学习”,有的。;Ace the test;, do we have that? Yes, we do. Perfect.“考高分”,这个单词列出来了吗?列了,很好。;Cram;, ;pull an all-nighter;, I said that. We have the word ;instructor; again.“死记硬背”、“开夜车”,都有,很好。我们又提到了一次“讲师”。Do we have the word ;instructor; here? Yes. Perfect. We have the word ;marks;.我们列出来过“讲师”吗?哦,有的,太棒了。然后是“分数”。I said the word ;dean;, ;senior;, in my senior year.我说过“系主任”和“大四”,对,“我大四的时候”。We have the word ;masters;, but its not here. Okay, and we have the word ;TA; and ;grad student;.故事里还有“研究生”这个单词,不过我们没列出来。好的,还有“助教”和“大学生”。不错。So, hopefully you were able to hear all of those words.那么,希望你听到了所有的单词。This is, again, very good practice, if you are taking the TOEFL, the IELTS, or you are going to be in university,我再重复一遍,如果你要考、雅思,或者准备去读大学的话,这个视频对你来说会有很大帮助的。because you are going to hear conversations that use all of these words very frequently.因为你将会很频繁地听到用所有这些单词组成的对话。So you can come visit our website at www.engvid.com.你可以通过www.engvid.com进入我们的网站。There, you can actually take a quiz to see how many of these words you know,在我们的网站上,你可以做一个小测验,看看你认识这其中多少个单词。and you can really, like, see them again, see their definitions, and it can really help you with this.并且你还可以再看看这些单词,看看它们的解释,这对你会很有帮助的。So, until next time, take care.那我们下次再见!保重。201706/515540

In the 70s, there was an experiment where they took a look at students在七十年代,有一个观察学生的试验,and the assumption was that there would be a positive correlation此试验的假设是between the students turning in their assignments on time and wearing clean socks.按时上交作业的学生和穿着干净袜子的学生之间有一定的正相关性。But the results were absolutely the opposite.但是结果却恰恰相反。Indeed, the psychologist jokingly said,心理学家开玩笑的说道确实是这样的。Apparently, the students could either get their homework done or change their socks every day but not both.很显然,学生们每天要么完成作业要么换洗袜子,但是不能二者同时完成。There was another experiment that took place in Baumeisters lab, where hungry students walked in还有另一个在鲍迈斯特实验室做过的试验,让处于饥饿状态的学生进去,and some of them were allowed to eat freshly baked cookies but others were only given radishes.允许其中的一部分可以吃新鲜的烤饼干,而其他的则只给他们小萝卜。And of course these students had to exercise a lot of self-control not to eat the cookies当然了这些学生需要锻炼不吃饼干的自我控制能力,especially as the researchers left the lab and observed the participants through a hidden window.尤其是在研究员们离开实验室并通过暗格观察参与者的时候。So after successfully tortuing them, the researchers brought in these two sets of students在成功折磨之后,研究员们引入这两批学生,and gave them an impossible puzzle to solve. And the results were quite fascinating...并让他们解一个迷之难题。试验结果非常令人兴奋…The group whod been allowed to eat the cookies,被允许吃饼干的那一组along with a control group of hungry students who werent given any kind of food,和没有任何食物的一个控制组went on to work on the puzzle for 20 minutes!用时20分钟!While the group whod been assigned to eat the radishes而被分配吃萝卜的那一组and had aly exercised their willpower earlier went on to work on the puzzles for only 8 minutes.之前就锻炼过他们的意志力,只用8分钟就解开了谜题。And these sorts of expirements have been replicated over and over again.类似试验重复了很多遍。Turns out if you walk into a mall and give people simple math problems to solve,试验明如果你去到商场并让人们解答一些简单的数学题,the ones who have been shopping for much longer will give up on the problems much faster.购物时间稍长的人会更快的放弃解答。So you might be sitting there thinking, ;Ok, cool, these experiments are fascinating,;所以你可能坐下来沉思,“这种试验真有趣,”or maybe youre bored out of your mind,又或者你会觉得无聊至极,but understanding the implications of these experiments can make you a lot more productive但是明白了这些试验的含意,能让你更有效率and completely change how you plan out your day just like it did for me.并完全改变你的日常计划,就像改变我一样。So what are the implications? Well, one...所以有什么含意呢?第一…You have to understand that you have a finite amount of willpower你需要明白的是你的意志力是有限的,and it gets depleted as you use it.会随着你的使用而消耗掉。And two... You use the same stock of willpower for all tasks.第二…你用同样的意志力储备来对待所有的任务。A lot of people say things like, ;Well, I have enough willpower to do my work很多人会说,“我有足够的毅力来做我的工作,but I never have enough willpower for exercising when I come home.;但是当我回家后就没有足够的毅力来锻炼了。”Well, its not that you have a different stock of willpower for work and exercising.并不是对于工作和锻炼有不同的毅力储备。Its more likely that youve completely depleted your willpower at work更可能的是你在工作中把毅力消耗尽了and now you dont have enough to go exercise.所以现在就没有足够的意志力来锻炼了。Its the same thing if we look back at the sock experiment.如果我们回顾袜子试验,也是同样的道理。If you go to the laundry room for two hours and do your laundry,如果你去洗衣房洗了两个小时的衣,its a lot harder for you to now get working on your assignment再做作业的话就有点困难了,as opposed to a student who went straight to the homework.对于一个先去做作业的同学也是一样的道理Its the same thing if you wake up on a Saturday,同样的道理,如果你在周六的早上醒来后,and instead of doing your creative work first, you go grocery shopping.没有最先做创造性的工作,反而去杂货店购物。You have to make a decision for every little thing you buy你需要决定买东西的所有细枝末节,and youre probably familiar with the exhaustion that comes from shopping for a long time.你可能也非常熟悉那种长时间购物所带来的疲惫感。Another person will wake up and start doing the creative work first另一个人会醒来之后先做创造性工作,and hes going to get a lot more accomplished.他就会完成的更多。So its extremely important to understand how willpower works.所以明白意志力是怎么起作用的极其重要。The people who understand this are much more effective in life than the ones who dont.明白此道理的人比不明白的人在生活中更加有效力。The author Neil Strauss for example has his meals automatically delivered to him every day.举个例子,比如作家尼尔·史特劳斯每天都定外卖(与后面的自己做饭形成对比,他点外卖是为了节省精力)。Now a person who doesnt understand how willpower works might say,现在一个不懂意志力作用的人可能会说,;Well, what a waste of money. You know what, thats stupid. Im gonna cook my own meals...;“哎,多么浪费钱啊。太愚蠢了。我就打算自己做饭…”And save the or whatever it is.以此来存下十美元或是别的。Except hell deplete his willpower and wont be able to dedicate his time to writing as much除非他把毅力消耗尽,而且不把时间尽可能的花在写作上so in turn hell lose out on mastering writing所以反过来,他不可能掌握写作技能,and even if you were to look at it purely financially, lose thousands and thousands of dollars in the end.即使单纯从经济的角度看待这个问题,结果也只会是失去很多的钱。So my hope with creating this is that next time you wake up所以我做这个视频就是希望,下次你醒来后,and your intentions for that day are to get things done,那一天的打算是要完成某些事情,you wont start your day off with opening up Facebook the first thing in the morning不要早上一醒来就打开Facebook,and wasting willpower on whether you wanna click on britneys pictures first把意志力都浪费在是否想要先点击布兰妮的图片or the blog thats gonna lie to you.或者是对你撒谎的客上。You wont open up your email first thing in the morning早上在做创造性工作之前,不要打开你的邮箱and reply to every little thing before you make time for your creative work.回复每一件小事。You wont wake up and spend thirty minutes thinking about what you want to have for breakfast that day.不要醒了之后花三十分钟思考你早餐想吃什么。In fact, youll automate as much as you can事实上,你可以尽可能的自动化,even if it has to be food being delivered to you like Neil Strauss即使像尼尔那样点外卖,so you can focus on what is actually important.这样你就可以把精力集中在真正重要的事情上。Because you realize that every unimportant thing you do depletes your willpower因为你意识到每一件不重要的事都消耗了你的毅力,that you could have dedicated to the one important thing that you most want in your life.它们原本可以用在你一生最期盼的一件重要的事上。Again, most people do not understand how willpower works, are completely wasteful with it,大多数人并不理解意志力的作用,完全浪费了它,and are always unable to get things done.而且还不能完成某些任务。You have that understanding. Now all you need to do is take a look at your day你已经理解了。现在你需要的就是审视一下你的一天,and see if youre honoring the science of willpower.看看你是否尊重了意志力的科学性。Are you starting your day off by wasting time and willpower deciding what youre going to eat every morning?你的一天是始于通过浪费时间和意志力来决定的你早餐吃什么吗?Well, maybe its time you go back to the board and do some planning.可能你应该回到黑板上做些计划了。Are you saving your creative work for some time later in the day?你是把创造性工作留在当天晚些时候吗?Well, maybe its time that you realize that it has to come first.或许你该意识到应该先进行创造性工作的。Are you focusing on accomplishing twenty different things?你还专注于完成二十件不同的事情吗?Well, maybe its time that you realize that thats realistically never going to happen或许你该意识到那种事情根本不现实,and its time to pick the one important thing and do it well.是时候挑选出一件重要的事情并把它做好了。201706/514710

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