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The U.S. tourism industry is bracing for a slump during the Trump administration, particularly from south of the border.美国旅游业在特朗普政府下正面临衰退,尤其来自南部边境。Forbes reports some experts expect U.S. tourism to drop by 7 percent this year. By 2018, the country could lose 1.6 billion dollars as a result.福布斯报道,一些专家预计美国旅游业今年下降百分之7。到了2018,美国可能会因此损失16亿美元。Some of that expected loss has to do with the Trump administration#39;s focus on tighter border scrutiny and deportation. President Trump#39;s campaign trail comments probably don#39;t help, either.一些预期损失与特朗普政府重点加强边境审查和驱逐出境有关。特朗普总统的竞选意见可能也没用。We#39;re going to secure the border, and once the border is secured at a later date, we#39;ll make a determination as to the rest. But we have some bad hombres here, and we#39;re going to get them out.我们要保护边境,在稍后的日期一旦边境确保安全,我们将作出决定。但我们这里有一些坏人,我们要把他们揪出来。But the U.S. is also facing increased competition from Canada, which recently lifted visa requirements on Mexican citizens entering the country. Travel analysis firm ForwardKeys reports Mexico-to-Canada tourism spiked 82 percent in the month after the requirements were lifted.但美国也面临来自加拿大日益增加的竞争,最近加拿大取消了对墨西哥公民入境签的要求。旅游分析公司ForwardKeys 报道,签取消后的一个月里墨西哥到加拿大的旅游增加了百分之82。译文属。 Article/201704/501887In society, we have to follow laws that maintain order.在社会中,我们必须守法、守秩序Did you know all chemical matter follows certain laws as well?你知道化学物质也都遵守法则吗?In fact, we can describe those laws by looking at relationships.我们可以用交互关系来说明这些法则Some easy laws to begin with are the ones that govern the gases.关于气体的法则在最一开始是比较简单的。Back in 1662, Robert Boyle realized that gases had an interesting response when he put them into containers and changed their volume.1662年,波义耳发现了气体有一个有趣的性质,他把气体放进容器并改变体积。Take an empty bottle and put the cap on it, closing that container.拿个空瓶、盖上瓶盖、封住容器、Now squeeze your bottle, and what happens?挤压瓶子,结果发生了什么事?The pressure inside the bottle increases when the size of the container decreases.容器变小时,瓶内压力变大。You can only crush that container so much until the gases inside push back on your hand.当容器内气体对你的手施压时,就是瓶子能被挤压的最大限度。This is called an inverse proportion, and it changes at the same rate for every gas.这被称为反比例,对于任何气体,它都以一个相同的比率变化。Boyle#39;s law allows chemists to predict the volume of any gas at any given pressure because the relationship is always the same.波义耳定律让化学家可预测指定压力下任何气体的体积,因为关系都是相同的。In 1780, Jacques Charles noticed a different relationship between gases and their temperature.1780年,贾克·查理注意到不同气体和温度间的关系If you#39;ve ever seen a hot-air balloon, you#39;ve seen this law in action.如果你看过热气球,你就知道这个法则的效果。When the ballons are laid out, they#39;re totally flat.当气球平放的时候,它是完全平扁的Instead of blowing the balloon up like a party balloon, they use a giant flame to heat the air inside that envelope.他们用巨大的火焰来加热气球内部,而不是像吹普通气球一样。As the air is heated up, the balloon begins to inflate as the gas volume increases.当空气被加热,气体体积增大,气球开始变鼓The hotter the gas becomes, the larger the volume, and that#39;s Charles#39; law.气体温度越高,体积就越大,这就是查理定律。Notice this law is different from Boyle#39;s. Charles#39; law is a direct relationship.注意,这条定律和波义耳定律有所不同。查理定律中的变量有着直接关系。As the temperature increases, the volume increases as well.随着温度的升高,体积也会增大。The third law is also easily demonstrated. When you#39;re blowing up party balloons, the volume increases.第三条法则也可以被简单的说明。当你吹派对上的气球的时候,其体积会增大As you are blowing, you#39;re forcing more and more gas particles into the balloon from your lungs.在你吹的时候,你把越来越多的气体从你的肺里面转移进气球。This causes the balloon volume to increase. This is Avogadro#39;s law in action.这导致了气球的体积增加。这就是阿伏伽德罗定律的实际应用。As the number of particles of gas added to a container are increased, the volume will increase as well.当气体粒子的数量在容器中增加时,体积也会随之增加。If you add too many particles, well, you know what happens next.如果你加入了太多的粒子,你知道接下来会发生什么。Laws are everywhere, even in the tiniest particles of gas.自然法则无处不在,即便是在最微小的气体粒子中。If you squeeze them, the pressure will increase as the particles are pushed together.如果你挤压它们,当粒子们被挤到一起时,气压就会增加。Low volume means a high pressure because those particles push back.小体积意味着需要大的气压,因为这些粒子会压回来。As the temperature increases, gases move away from one another, and the volume increases as well.当温度上升时,气体会互相远离,体积也会随之增加。Finally, if you add gas to a closed container, that container#39;s volume will expand.最后,如果你把气体放在密封的容器里,容器的体积会被撑大。But be careful not to add too much, because otherwise you could end up with a burst balloon.但要小心不要加太多,否则气球会爆炸。 Article/201707/516332

零起点英语口语 第47讲:My love 我的爱情生活这是一套初级英语口语书。翻开了“从零开始学口语”,你会发现,学习口语是那么的容易。学好英语的最佳入门法则,就是找对老师,找对教材。本教材先从最基础发音篇开始--字母,音标。发音准确,首先口型就要正确。第二阶段直接进入经典字型,这类表达可以让您触类旁通,举一反三。第三阶段高频口语惯用句,英语中的一些简单而重要的表达语句,大部份都是一些简单的迷你惯用句--二字/三字/四字/五字等。第四阶段,主题单词和情景会话。其实,我们每天所说的中文都是相当简单的中文。那么,简单的中文,当然也能用简单的英文来表达。不需要道理,没有冗长的语法解说。您所要做的就是重复地听,大声地跟着念,很快就能够把它学会。不用再苦苦思量,舌头打结,学过多年英语的你,将会恍然大悟,原来英语可以这么轻轻松松就说出口。从零开始学口语--最聪明的学习方式:躺着学,每天睡觉前固定,反复听一段,10分钟。天天学,不求多,每次只要30分钟。 相关专题推荐:从零开始学口语英语口语999句疯狂英语现场教学新英语900句视频色拉英语乐园视频 /200811/55424

Walpole#39;s appeal was to shameless self-interest.沃波尔坚持追求无耻的私利From the pursuit of it, he believed,would come the country#39;s greater good.他坚信在追求私利的同时 也会给国家带来莫大的好处;Which do you prefer?; He might#39;ve said.你会怎么选呢 他可能会说;A battle over principles and religious convictions?;是为了原则和宗教信仰而战吗That was only going to lead to war, turmoil and poverty.那只会带来战争 动乱和贫穷Or would you rather have what I offer you?还是你会想要我能给你的一切呢Peace, political stability and low taxes.和平 稳定的政局还有低税收What today we#39;d call A healthy business environment.也就是今日我们所称的;健康的商业环境;From the beginning, Walpole, nicknamed ;Cock Robin;, had made a bet从一开始 外号;知更鸟;的沃波尔就打赌说that the politics of the future would be about portfolio management未来的政治会和资产组合管理一样rather than religious passion or legal debate.而非宗教或法律辩论In 1712, he#39;d been sent to prison for embezzlement1712年 他因为挪用公款锒铛入狱and the experience gave him a painful lesson而这次的经验给他上了痛苦的一课in how tightly intertwined were political and financial fortunes.告诉他政治和财富是互相依存 缺一不可的But perhaps his greatest asset was his unerring grip on the psychology of loyalty.但他最大的财富也许就是 他对忠诚心理准确无误的把握Walpole made a point of taking every new Whig member of the House out to dinner.Tete-a-tete.沃波尔会邀请每个 新晋入议院的辉格党成员出去大快朵颐 促膝长谈And there, with a glass of his best claret in your fat little hand,席间 佳酿在手 觥筹交错and a haunch of mutton juicily oozing on the trencher羊肥肉嫩 汁溢香飘and Cock Robin#39;s glittering eyes twinkling amiably at you,;知更鸟;乌溜溜的眼中带着亲切assuring you that the life of the party, the state of the nation,信誓旦旦地称你为党国之栋梁depended on you, the new member from Little Mucking-on-the-Wold.尽管你只是个新晋的无名小卒How could you not express undying devotion and loyalty to his interest?你当然恨不得肝脑涂地 报答他的知遇之恩 /201705/509894

  It#39;s the people that are the best that win.最优秀的人才能胜利。The market proves it for you. So let#39;s go in detail.这是市场明出来的,接下来就让我们具体谈谈。TechCrunch doesn#39;t pick the winners.科技客不会挑选赢家。The Wall Street Journal doesn#39;t pick the winners.华尔街日报不会挑选赢家。Three cool kids in the crowd don#39;t pick the winners.人群中的酷小孩不会挑选赢家。The problem is everybody wants to be anointed a winner但问题是每个人都想被指定为赢家,or best at what they do before they#39;ve actually done it.或在他们实际行动之前就能成为行业精英。Let me just remind you and everybody else here,我仅提醒在座的各位,I built a business for 18 hours a day every day在我有勇气参加这样的演讲之前,running a wine liquor store for 13 years every day我每天有18个小时在做生意,before I ever had the audacity to come to something like this and talk.13年如一日得经营一家葡萄酒商店。Let me tell you something amazing.我再告诉你一些令人吃惊的事。If you#39;re good enough, you will win.如果你足够优秀,你就会赢。But if you are upset that somebody else#39;s grandpappy got them ahead of you, then you#39;re gonna lose.但如果你只是因为父辈原因使得起点比别人低而沮丧,那么你就要输了。Everybody started ahead of me. I#39;m just catching up.每个人都在我前面,我要奋起直追了。 Article/201706/512607

  He vowed that he would never do that again.他发誓绝不再作那样的事。vow表示发誓。可在vow后加that引导出发誓的内容,也可用vow to do something。上句可写成:He vowed never to do that again.He vowed to do his best to win the game.他誓言要全力以赴赢得比赛。蒋健棠----- /200803/28758。

  

  It#39;s the people that are the best that win.最优秀的人才能胜利。The market proves it for you. So let#39;s go in detail.这是市场明出来的,接下来就让我们具体谈谈。TechCrunch doesn#39;t pick the winners.科技客不会挑选赢家。The Wall Street Journal doesn#39;t pick the winners.华尔街日报不会挑选赢家。Three cool kids in the crowd don#39;t pick the winners.人群中的酷小孩不会挑选赢家。The problem is everybody wants to be anointed a winner但问题是每个人都想被指定为赢家,or best at what they do before they#39;ve actually done it.或在他们实际行动之前就能成为行业精英。Let me just remind you and everybody else here,我仅提醒在座的各位,I built a business for 18 hours a day every day在我有勇气参加这样的演讲之前,running a wine liquor store for 13 years every day我每天有18个小时在做生意,before I ever had the audacity to come to something like this and talk.13年如一日得经营一家葡萄酒商店。Let me tell you something amazing.我再告诉你一些令人吃惊的事。If you#39;re good enough, you will win.如果你足够优秀,你就会赢。But if you are upset that somebody else#39;s grandpappy got them ahead of you, then you#39;re gonna lose.但如果你只是因为父辈原因使得起点比别人低而沮丧,那么你就要输了。Everybody started ahead of me. I#39;m just catching up.每个人都在我前面,我要奋起直追了。 Article/201706/512607栏目简介:Also for International Museum Day, Shanghai Museum launched a souvenir design competition today. Song Wenjing tells us more. Article/201704/499896

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  But despite their popularity,但除了他们的数量之外scientists know surprisingly little about their behaviour科学家们对他们在猫洞之外的行为once they#39;ve left the cat flap.了解得却出奇的少Got a fairly wide range of types of housing在这儿能找到很多不同类型的房屋and, hopefully, types of cat here.但愿能找到不同种类的猫Yeah, definitely.当然The built-up area, if I#39;m looking at the map,住宅区 根据地图来看seems to be behind us.在我们身后And then these houses in front of us here而我们前面的房子look to back all on to fields.看起来背靠着田野They want to find out more about how far cats travel each day...他们想知道猫每天会走多远的路So hopefully we#39;ll get cats roaming out of their back gardens但愿我们能发现猫猫们从后花园里and up into the farms.溜达到农场里..How these solitary creatures manage to live side by side...这些独居动物是如何生活在一起I#39;ll expect some of these houses in this more built-up area,我希望那个住宅区的一些家庭there might be multi-cat households.他们也许养了不止一只猫..And where cats really find their food.以及猫究竟在哪里找食物I#39;ve really been interested in the cat我一直对猫很感兴趣because it#39;s that combination of wild animal and domestic animal,因为他们是野生动物和家养动物的结合and the changes that are going on within it,还有他们身上发生的改变that I find fascinating as a biologist.作为一个生物学家我认为这很奇妙重点解释:1.look at (仔细地)看例句:Please raise your head and look at the blackboard.请抬起头来,看黑板。2.in front of 在 ... 前面例句;He was sprawling in the sofa in front of the TV.他伸开手脚坐在电视机前的沙发上。3.find out 发现例句:Find out what the conditions of the contract are.弄清楚合同的条件是什么。 Article/201605/445533

  

  

  Hi, there. Welcome to EngVid. Today, we are looking at how to maximize your points on IELTS speaking tests, in particular one and three.大家好,欢迎来到EngVid。今天我们要来看一看能够给你们的雅思口语考试最大限度加分的几种方法,尤其是针对口语考试的第一部分和第三部分。I#39;m going to be giving you some very valuable tips for how to make the most and how to do your very best in these tests.我会分享一些非常有用的窍门,教你们如何在这些考试中做到最好。So what do you need to do? You need to answer with a little bit more detail.那么你们需要怎么做呢?你们需要在回答问题的时候,多加入一些细节。You need to extend your answers a little bit, okay? Answer the question that they ask.稍微延伸一下你们的。具体地回答考官所提的问题。Okay. It doesn#39;t matter if you prepare something and they don#39;t -- they ask a question that your answer is no good for, drop it.如果你们事先准备的,他们不......如果你们准备的不适用于考官所提的问题,那也没有关系,把准备好的忘掉。You have to make an effort to answer their question.你们一定要努力地回答好考官提出的问题。Now, today, we#39;re gonna be looking at using some relative pronouns and some relative adverbs to lengthen out your sentences a little bit, okay?今天,我们要用几个关系代词和关系副词来把句子变长一些。So extending your answers, answering the question.所以,请用扩展后的来回答问题。As you may be aware, IELTS speaking tests one and three, they#39;re particularly looking for you to give information about yourself, to tell people about yourself, okay?你们也许注意到了,在雅思口语考试的第一和第三部分,考官们特别希望你们能够介绍一下自己,告诉他们一些你们的情况。So I#39;m saying that these pronouns and adverbs are gonna be particularly helpful.所以这些关系代词和关系副词将会特别有用。So these pronouns you put in the middle of sentences to continue the sentence and give a bit more information.这些关系代词是用在句子中间起连接作用的,同时我们也用它们来增加一些信息。So you#39;d use ;who; to describe people.在描述人的时候,可以用关系代词; who;。;The person I met who is a shopkeeper; -- ;The person I went to school with who is now a famous movie star; -- okay?比如; The person I met who is a shopkeeper;(我碰见的那个人是个商店老板),; The person I went to school with who is now a famous movie star; (以前跟我一起上学的那个人,现在成了一位著名影星)。So ;who;, when you#39;re giving more information about the person, okay, who#39;s doing something, who#39;s the subject. Okay?所以,如果你们要讲述关于某个人的一些情况,就用; who;,知道了吗?某个人在做什么之类的。这里的; who; 指的就是主语。You can also use ;whom;, but it#39;s not so common, ;whom; would be the indirect version of this, someone who#39;s not doing something.你们还可以用; whom;,但是; whom;并不是很常用,; whom;是; who;的宾格形式,不能在句子中充当主语。Now, you#39;d use ;that; when you#39;re describing things. Okay?在描述事物的时候,可以用关系代词; that;。;I went to Bath on Saturday that was a fantastic place to visit.; Okay? So I#39;m describing the activity of going to a place. Okay?比如 ; I went to Bath on Saturday that was a fantastic place to visit. ; (我周六去了巴斯,那是个游玩的好地方),在这里,我描述的是去某个地方这种活动。Bath itself. Okay? So it#39;s a proper noun.是巴斯这个地方,这是一个专有名词。;Which; I can throw in there when I want to also describe things in a non-defining clause sense.在非限制性从句中描述事物的时候,可以用关系代词; which;。;The film which I saw on Saturday was really good.; Okay? You can get some more information on this on another one of our s.比如 ;The film which I saw on Saturday was really good.;(我星期六看的那部电影非常棒),你们可以在我们网站的另一个视频里找到更多关于; which;的用法。;Whose; when I#39;m describing a possession. So, ;The car I drove whose owner was Charlie.; -- okay?在描述所有权时,可以使用; whose;。比如 ;The car I drove whose owner was Charlie.; (我开的那辆车是Charlie的)。So I#39;m describing an element of possession. Okay?在这里我描述的是为某人所有的一个东西。Now, looking onto the relative adverbs. I can use ;when; when I#39;m talking about times.下面我们再来看看关系副词。当我们讨论时间的时候,可以使用关系副词; when;。;I went to school when I was aged 13 to 18.; Yeah?比如 ;I went to school when I was aged 13 to 18.; (我13到18岁的时候都在上学)。I can use ;where; when I#39;m talking about the place that something happens.在讨论某件事发生的地点时,可以用关系副词; where;。So ;I went to the actor#39;s temple, where I learnt a lot about acting.; Okay? So giving more information about that particular place.比如 ;I went to the actor#39;s temple, where I learnt a lot about acting.;(我去了电影学院,在那儿学到了很多关于表演的知识)。我们用; where;来描述关于这个特定地点的更多信息。And I can use ;why; ,I mean, ;why; normally results in a question.还有关系副词; why;,它一般用来引导疑问句。It#39;s difficult to include ;why; and then end in a full stop.我们很少把; why; 用在肯定句中。um...So you could say, ;I decided to cross the road today. Why do you think that is? Well, I went to go and buy some food.;举个例子来说,;I decided to cross the road today. Why do you think that is? Well, I went to go and buy some food.; (我今天去了马路对面。你觉得我为什么这么做呢?我去买了一些食物)。Now, I#39;m gonna put some examples here and to show you, you know, how we can use these.我会在这儿放几个例句来告诉你们应该怎么使用这些词。;I went to school with Charlie who; -- okay, so now the next bit gives more information about the person, okay?;I went to school with Charlie who;-- (我跟Charlie一起去的学校,他......)那么,剩下的句子就会对这个人做一些描述。-- ;the man who helped me pass my driving test who; -- so I#39;m giving even more information about this person, what, he lives in a place in the north of England.-- ;the man who helped me pass my driving test who;(这个帮我通过驾照考试的人,他......)那么接下来我会继续给出关于这个人的一些信息, 比如,他住在英格兰北部的一个地方。;I enjoyed playing; -- ;I played football at school, which was fun.; So ;which; there is talking about, you know, the activity as I mentioned here.;I enjoyed playing; -- ;I played football at school, which was fun.;(我喜欢玩......我在学校的时候踢过足球,非常有趣),那么这里的; which; 就是用来描述我提到过的这项活动的。And ;The teacher whose expertise; -- so I#39;m talking about the skill that that teacher had. Possessive, okay? -- ;the teacher whose expertise helped me pass my exam.;还有;The teacher whose expertise;(这位老师的专长......)我在这里讨论的就是这位老师拥有的技能。所有权,还记得吗?-- ;the teacher whose expertise helped me pass my exam.; (这位老师的技能帮助我通过了考试)。Now, I hope I#39;ve shed a little light. I know some of these might be unfamiliar to you.希望以上这些能让你们对关系从句有了一点了解。我知道这其中有些用法你们可能不太熟悉。Should we just have a quick recap of this?那我们再来简要地概括一下。So I#39;m gonna use ;who; when I#39;m describing people. ;The person I went to school with, who is now doing well.;在描述人的时候,可以使用; who;。比如 ;The person I went to school with, who is now doing well.; (曾经跟我一起上学的那个人现在过得很好)。;The person I met at the shop, who was a very nice person.; Okay?;The person I met at the shop, who was a very nice person.; (我在商店遇到的那个人,是个很和善的人)So these are kind of small little chunks that you kind of put on to the end of the sentence. Yeah?这些就是一般可以增加在句尾的小语块。;The place that I went today was really great.; So ;that I went today; is the extra bit of information.;The place that I went today was really great.; (我今天去的那个地方非常棒),所以, ;that I went today;就是我额外添加的信息。;Which; -- ;The sandwich, which I had at lunch, was really good.; So ;had at lunch; is that little bit more information.接下来是; which;,;The sandwich, which I had at lunch, was really good.; (我中午吃的那个三明治很好吃),那么, ;had at lunch; 就是增加的一点信息。;The car, whose owner I really like, was very good to drive.; So if you#39;ve got a sentence, you#39;re putting in a little bit more information here, and then finishing it here, okay?;The car, whose owner I really like, was very good to drive.; (我很喜欢的那个人的车,非常好开)。所以,在一个句子里面,你们可以在这里添加一些信息,然后在这个部分把它结束。;The car, whose owner I really like, drives fast.; Okay? So you#39;d separate it with two commas.;The car, whose owner I really like, drives fast.;(我很喜欢的那个人的车,开起来很快)。在这个句子里,要用两个逗号把各个部分分开。Now, don#39;t worry if you#39;re a little bit confused by this because you can now refer to a very clear quiz that I#39;ve created on engvid.com that should test you with these key words and make sure that you#39;ve really cemented it, made certain of these words for yourself.如果你们被这些句子弄得有点糊涂了,也别担心,因为我在engvid.com这个网站上上传了一个非常简单易懂的小测验,你们可以把它作为参考,这个小测验能够测试你们这些关键词,以及确认你们有没有真的记牢、弄懂这些知识点。So please now go to the engvid.com website and check out the quiz if you#39;re not aly there.如果你们不是在engvid.com上看的这个视频,那就快去engvid网站上看看那个小测验吧。And hopefully, my answers will make all this a little bit more clear for you.希望我的能让你们对这些知识点更清楚一些。Do feel free to subscribe to my YouTube channel, and I#39;d love you also to check out my Exquisite English page.你们可以订阅我的YouTube频道,也可以去我的英文主页上看看。Thank you for watching today, and I just hope that using these key little words will help you get that extra bit more information. Well done. Goodbye.谢谢你们的观看,我希望通过使用这些重要的小单词能够帮助你们弄懂那些额外的信息。辛苦啦,再见。 Article/201706/515546

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