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鄱阳县妇幼保健人民中医院激光去黄褐斑多少钱上饶第五人民医院治疗狐臭多少钱你们会问,我们的目标是什么?我可以用一个词作答,那就是:胜利不惜一切代价,甘冒一切危险去夺取胜利不论前面的道路多么漫长,多么崎岖,一定要夺取胜利!因为不获胜利就得灭亡 In this crisis I think I may be pardoned if I do not address the House at any length today, and I hope that any of my friends and colleagues or mer colleagues who are affected by the political reconstruction will make all allowances any lack of ceremony with which it has been necessary to act.I say to the House as I said to Ministers who have joined this government, I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, sweat and tears. We have bee us an ordeal of the most grievous kind. We have bee us many, many months of struggle and suffering. You ask, what is our policy? I say it is to wage war by land, sea and air. War with all our might and with all the strength God has given us, and to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark and unpleasant catalogue of human crime.That is our policy. You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word. It is victory. Victory at all costs—victory in spite of all terrors—victory, however long and hard the road may be, without victory there is no survival. Let that be realized. No survival the British Empire, no survival all that the British Empire has stood , no survival the urge, the impulse of the ages, that mankind shall move ward toward his goal.I take up my task in light heart and hope. I feel sure that our cause will not be suffered to fail among men. I feel entitled at this juncture, at this time, to claim the aid of all and to say, “Come then, let us go ward together with our ed strength.”温斯顿·丘吉尔,政治家、画家、演说家、作家以及记者,1953年诺贝尔文学奖得主(获奖作品《第二次世界大战回忆录),曾于190-195年及1951-1955年期间两度任英国首相,被认为是世纪最重要的政治领袖之一,带领英国获得第二次世界大战的胜利据传为历史上掌握英语单词词汇量最多的人之一(十二万多)被美国杂志《展示列为近百年来世界最有说力的八大演说家之一年,B举行了一个名为“最伟大的0名英国人”的调查,结果丘吉尔获选为有史以来最伟大的英国人 6余干县妇幼保健人民中医院激光除皱手术多少钱 英语口语:使用频率最高的美语口语96句() -- 1:51: 来源: 1. Better luck next time. 下次运气更好   . come in handy 派得上用场   3. rains cats and dogs 倾盆大雨   . First come, first served. 先来先招待;捷足先登   5. It's not my day! 今天运气真糟   6. That's news to me. 这可是新闻呢   7. There's no way to tell. 没办法知道   8. sb. like an open book 清楚某人心里的想法   9. You've got me there. 你考到我了   50. Easy does it. 慢慢来;小心一点;别生气了   51. on the tip of one's tongue 差一点就说出口;差一点就记起来的   5. The more, the merrier. 越多越好   53. let someone off the hook 让某人摆脱麻烦、解脱困境   5. beside the point 离题的;不是重点   55. burn the candle at both ends 白天晚上都要忙;花费很多精力   56. meet a deadline 截稿   57. out of sight, out of mind 眼不见为净;离久情疏   58. rub someone the wrong way 惹恼某人   59. stop on one's toes 触怒到某人   60. be fed up with 对……感到厌烦   61. give credit where credit is due. 称赞该被赞美的人   6. go from bad to worse 每况愈下   63. hit the jackpot 中大奖,走运   6. It all depends on what one means by sth. 看某人对于……是指什么意思   65. accidentallyon purpose 不小心故意   66. in one's book 在某人的字典里;对……而言   67. No pains, no gains 一份耕耘,一份收获   68. You ain't seen nothing yet. 你还没看过更好(烂)的   69. to give a rain check 改天的邀请   70. That's what friends are . 这就是好朋友啊   71. It's a pain in the neck. 很讨厌而难避免   7. It's the thought that counts. 心意最重要   73. the tip fo the iceberg 冰山一角;危险的细微的征兆   7. jump down someone's throat 粗暴地回答某人;无理地打断某人的话   75. save sth. a rainy day 以备不时之需   76. behind the scenes 在幕后;在黑暗中   77. by the skin of one's teeth 刚好,勉强,侥幸   78. Don't rock the boat. 不要破坏现状、捣乱   79. worth its weight in gold 很有价值的   80. speak fo the devil 说曹操曹操到 英语口语 口语 频率“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 英语口语上饶医学整形美容做去疤手术多少钱

上饶市第二人民医院绣眉手术多少钱日常口语:遇到困难如何“呼救” -- ::8 来源: 十万火急!It's an emergency!快叫大夫!Please call a doctor.救命啊!Help! *无论什么样的紧急情况下都可以用Help! (救命啊!)What happened? (怎么了?)Somebody! (来人呀!)Help me! (帮帮我!)小偷!Thief! *遇到小偷或扒手时,用这样的喊声来引起周围人的注意Robber! 如何 困难 遇到 口语上饶肿瘤医院治疗痘坑多少钱 我知道我这样做很不理智, 但我还是直奔县城, 在那里买了一本皮面袖珍词典和一金笔我向父亲的遗体告别时把词典和笔放在父亲的那双大手里, 那双手曾经是那样温暖, 那双手曾经让他生活得很美满, 但却从来没有学会写字My Father’s Hands His hands were rough and exceedingly1) strong. He could gently prune) a fruit tree or firmly ease a stubborn horse into a harness. What I remember most is the special warmth from those hands as he would take me by the shoulder and point out the glittering swoop of a blue hawk, or a rabbit asleep in its lair. They were good hands that served him well and failed him in only one thing. They never learned to write. My father was illiterate. The number of illiterates3) in our country has steadily declined, but if there were only one I would be saddened), remembering my father and the pain he endured because his hands never learned to write. He started school in the first grade, where the remedy a wrong answer was ten rule r strokes across a stretched palm. some reason, shapes, figures and letters just did not fall into the rig ht pattern inside his six-year-old mind. His father took him out of school after several months and set him to a man’s job on the farm. Years later, his wife, with her fourth-grade education, would try to teach him to . And still later I would grasp his big fist between my small hands and awkwardly help him to trace the letters of his name. He submitted5) to the ordeal a short time, but soon grew restless and would declare that he had had enough. One night, when he thought no one saw, he slipped away with my second grade er and labored over the words until they became too difficult. He pressed his ehead into the pages and wept. Thereafter, no amount of persuading could bring him to sit with pen and paper. He did still like to listen to my mother, and then to me, to him. He especially enjoyed listening to us to him from the Bible. My father was ced to let the bank take possession of most of the acreage6) of his farmland one year when a crop failure meant he couldn’t make the mortgage7) payment. He was able to keep one acre of the farmland where the small farm house was located. From the farm to road building and later to factory work, his hands served him well. His mind was keen, and his will to work was unsurpassed. His enthusiasm and efficiency brought an offer to become a line boss--until he was handed the qualification test. Years later, when Mother died, I tried to get him to come and live with my family, but he insisted on staying in the small house with the garden plot and a few farm animals close by. His health began to fail, and he was in and out of the hospital with two mild heart attacks. Old Doc Green saw him weekly and gave him medication, including nitroglycerin8) tablets to put under h is tongue should he feel an attack coming on. My last fond memory of Dad was watching as he walked across the brow of a hillside meadow with those big warm hands resting on the shoulders of my two children. He stopped to point out a pond where he and I had fished years bee. The night, my family an d I flew back to our own home. Three weeks later Dad was dead because of a heart attack. I returned to my father’s home the funeral. Doc Green told me how sorry he was. In fact, he was bothered a bit, because he had just written Dad a new prescription, and the druggist9) had filled it. Yet the bottle of pills had not been found on Dad’s person. Doc Green felt that a pill might have kept him alive long enough to summon help. I went out to Dad’s garden plot where a neighbor had found him. In grief, I stooped to t race my fingers in the earth where he had reached the end of his life. My hand came to rest on a half-buried brick, which I aimlessly lifted. I noticed underneath it the twisted and battered, yet unbroken, container that had been beaten into the soft earth. As I held the container of pills, the scene of Dad struggling to remove the cap and in desperation trying to break it with the brick flashed painfully bee my eyes. With deep anguish I knew why those big hands had lost in their struggle with death. there, imprinted on the cap, were the words:“Child-proof cap--Push down and twist to unlock. ”The druggist later confirmed that he had just started using the new safety caps. I knew it was not a rational act, but I went right downtown and bought a leather-bound pocket dictionary and a gold pen set. I bade Dad good-bye by placing them in those big hands, once so warm, which had lived so well, but had never learned to write. □by Calvin R. Worthington 18上饶祛斑一般要多少钱

上饶市肿瘤医院光子脱毛多少钱British Pub Etiquette And Customs Visitors to Britain may find the best place to sample local culture is in a traditional pub. But these friendly hostelries1) can be minefields of potential gaffes) the uninitiated. An anthropologist3) and a team of researchers have unveiled) some of the arcane5) rituals of British pubs――starting with the difficulty of getting a drink. Most pubs have no waiters――you have to go to the bar to buy drinks. A group of Italian youths waiting 45minutes bee they realized they would have to fetch their own. This may sound inconvenient, but there is a hidden purpose. Pub etiquette is designed to promote sociability in a society known its reserve. Standing at the bar service allows you to chat with others waiting to be served. The bar counter is possibly the only site in the British lsles in which friendly conversation with strangers is considered entirely appropriate and really quite normal behaviour. “If you haven’t been to a pub, you haven’t been to Britain. ”This tip can be found in a booklet, Passport to the Pub:The Tourists’ Guide to Pub Etiquette, a customers’ code of conduct those wanting to sample“a central part of British life and culture. ”The trouble is that if you do not follow the local rules, the experience may fall flat. example, if you are in a big group, it is best if only one or two people go to buy the drinks. Nothing irritates the regular customers and bar staff more than a gang of strangers blocking all access to the bar while they chat and dither about what to order. Amazingly the British, who love queues, there is no mal line-up;the bar staff are skilled at knowing whose turn it is. You are permitted to try to attract attention, but there are rules about how to do this. Do not call out, tap coins on the counter, snap your finger or wave like a drowning swimmer. Do not scowl6) or sigh or roll y our eyes. And whatever you do, do not ring the bell hanging behind the counter――this is used by the landlord to signal closing time. The key thing is to catch the bar worker’s eyes. You could also hold an empty glass or some money, but do not wave them about. Do adopt an expectant, hopeful, even slightly anxious facial expression. If you look too contented and complacent, the bar staff may assume you are aly being served. Always say“please”and try to remember some of the British bar staffs pet hates. They do not like people to keep others waiting while they make up their minds. They don’ t like people standing idly against the bar when there are a lot of customers wanting service. And they do not like people who wait until the end of the order bee asking such drinks as Guinness stout7) which take considerably longer to pour than other drinks. One Dutch tourist who spent six months visiting 800 of Britain’s 61,000 pubs and interviewing 50 publicans and bar workers and more than 1,000 customers said “I cannot understand how the British ever manage to buy themselves a drink.” But they do, and if you follow these tips you should be able to do so, too. Speaking of tips, you should never offer the bar staff a cash gratuity. The correct behaviour is to offer them a drink. Pubs pride themselves on their egalitarian8) atmosphere. A tip in cash would be a reminder of their service role, whereas the offer of a drink is a friendly gesture. So now you have a drink, but what about meeting the locals? Pub-goers will indicate in unspoken ways if they are interested in chatting. Concentrate on those who have bought drinks and are still loitering9) at the bar. Those who have moved to sit at tables are probably not seeking company. Look people with“open”body language, facing out-wards into the room. Don’t ever introduce yourself with an outstretched hand and a big smile. Natives will cringe and squirm with embarrassment at such brashness. The British, quite frankly, do not want to know your name and shake your hand--or at least not until a proper degree of mutual interest has been well established(like maybe when you marry their daughter). Talk generally about the weather, the beer or the pub and at an appropriate moment, offer to your new found companion a drink. This exchange is key to feeling part of the pub crowd and thereby getting to know more about Britain than its touists spots. The ritual of sharing――buying rounds of drinks in turn――is of great significance. This is because the British male is frightened of intimacy, finds it difficult to express friendly interest in other males and can be somewhat aggressive in his manner. If you are having British friends or business contracts, one of your hosts will probably buy the first round, but you should be quick to offer the next. The right time to offer to buy a drink is when their glasses are still a quarter full. The line of “It’s my round――What are you having?” may not be in your phrase book, but it is one of the most useful sentences in the English language. 19368 My mother is a kind and gentle woman. She is very busy from morning till night. As a teacher she works diligently and efficiently. As Mother, she takes good care of us and gives us every comt. I have an elder brother. He and I both love her dearly, as she loves us. My mother has been teaching maths at a middle school in my home town. She goes to the school early in the morning and does not return home until late in the afternoon. She loves her students and cares them. She treats them with patience and teaches them well. her excellent qualities and very good teaching results, she is always praised and respected by both her students and colleagues alike. And she has been chosen or elected as a model teacher several times. My mother is a thrifty and industrious woman. She never buys expensive or fancy dresses herself; she goes occasionally to buy some inexpensive and high-quality clothes us. She never goes to luxurious restaurants to enjoy expensive meals. She merely eats a humble meal outside when she is too busy. She lives a busy yet simple life, without any complaints. As soon as she comes back from school, she sets about doing housework sweeping the living room and bedreooms or cleaning the furniture, and putting everything in good order. Besides, she prepares nice dishes us to eat. She seems to be on the go all the time. As she has been very busy working hard every day, she looks older than she really is. Her face is wrinkled, and her hair has turned silver white. But she looks as cheerful and happy as ever. Often she says to us, "Work while you work, and play while you play. That is the way to be happy and gay. If you do not work, you will become lazy and of no use to society." What a piece of good advice this is! I never get it and always bear it in my mind. This advice of hers will always serve as a guide to my action. My mother is great indeed, and I always feel proud of her. 19上饶祛除蒙古斑价格多少上饶水光针注射瘦小腿

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