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I am nature's greatest miracle.Since the beginning of time never has there been another with my mind, my heart, my eyes, my ears, my hair, my mouth. None that came bee, none that live today, and none that come tomorrow can walk and talk and move and think exactly like me. All men are my brothers yet I am different from each . I am an unique creature. Although i am of the animal kingdom,animal rewards alone will not satisfy me. Within me burns a flame which has been passed from generations uncounted and its heat is a constant irritation to my spirit to become better than i am , and i will , i will fan this flame of dissatisfaction and proclaim my uniqueness to the world. I am unique creature of nature . I am rare, and there is value in all rarity; theree, i am valuable . I am the end product of thousands of years of evolution; theree, i am better equipped in both mind and body than all the emperors and wise men who preceded me. 78997超级实用的英语口语要素句() -- :8: 来源: 51. Think nothing of it.(别放在心上)5. I’m not myself today.(我今天心神不宁)53. I have a sweet tooth.(我喜欢吃甜食)5. I can’t express[表示;表达;表明] myself very well in English. (我不能很好地用英语表达自己)55. the time being.(暂时;暂且;目前)56. This milk has gone bad.(这牛奶变质了)57. Don’t beat around the bush. (别拐弯抹角了)58. It’s up in the air[悬而未决].(尚未确定)59. Math is beyond[对某人而言难以想象理解估计] me.(我对数学无能为力)60. It slippedmy mind.(我忘了)61. You can’t please[使人感到满意和愉快] everyone.(你不可能讨好每一个人)6. I’m working on[着手;从事] it.(我正在努力)63. You bet!(当然!)6. Drop me a line[短信].(写封信给我)65. Are you pulling my leg[同某人开玩笑;取笑]?(你在开我玩笑吗?)66. Sooner or later.(迟早会的)67. I’ll keep my ears open.(我会留意的)68. It isn’t much.(那是微不足道的)69. Neck and neck.(不分上下)70. I’m feeling under the weather.(我觉得不舒精神不好情绪低落)71. Don’t get me wrong[误解].(不要误会我)7. I’m under a lot of pressure.(我压力很大)73. You’re the boss.(听你的)7. It doesn’t make any sense!(毫无意义!)75. If I were in your shoes[处在某人的位置].(如果我是你的话)76. What’s this regarding?(这是关于哪方面的?) 超级实用的英语口语要素句(1) 超级实用的英语口语要素句() 超级实用的英语口语要素句(3) 超级实用的英语口语要素句() 超级实用的英语口语要素句(5) 超级实用的英语口语要素句(6) 要素 英语口语 实用 超级如果你觉得心有余力不足,觉得缺乏前进的动力,有时候你只需要改变思维的角度当你下意识品尝生命的欢愉时,美好就会出现当你积极地看待生活,并以此作为你的日常准则时,你就会找到快乐的真谛If your life feels like it is lacking the power that you want and the motivation that you need, sometimes all you have to do is shift your point of view.Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. By training your thoughts to concentrate on the bright side of things, you are more likely to have the incentive to follow through on your goals. You are less likely to be held back by negative ideas that might limit your permance.Your life can be enhanced, and your happiness enriched, when you choose to change your perspective. Don't leave your future to chance, or wait things to get better mysteriously on their own. You must go in the direction of your hopes and aspirations. Begin to build your confidence, and work through problems rather than avoid them. Remember that power is not necessarily control over situations, but the ability to deal with whatever comes your way.Always believe that good things are possible, and remember that mistakes can be lessons that lead to discoveries. Take your fear and transm it into trust; learn to rise above anxiety and doubt. Turn your "worry hours" into "productive hours". Take the energy that you have wasted and direct it toward every worthwhile eft that you can be involved in. This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. You will see beautiful things happen when you allow yourself to experience the joys of life. You will find happiness when you adopt positive thinking into your daily routine and make it an important part of your world. 9659

Do you know your special talent? Anne Heywood What I am about to say may appear to be plugging my own business, but it’s what I know best—and I believe it deeply and sincerely. I believe that every human being has a talent—something that he can do better than anyone else. And I believe that the distinction between so-called “creative” talents and ordinary run-of-the-mill talents is an unnecessary and a man-made distinction. I have known exterminators and typists, waitresses and machinists whose creative joy and self-fulfillment in their work could not be surpassed by Shakespeare’s or Einstein’s.When I was in my teens, I a ation from Thomas Carlyle “Blessed is he who has found his work. Let him ask no other blessedness.” At the time I thought that was a pretty grim remark, but I know now that Mr. Carlyle was right. When you find the thing that you can do better than anything else in the world, then all the wonderful byproducts fall in line financial security, happy personal relationships, peace of mind. I believe that until you find it, your search the byproducts will be in vain.I also believe that in the process of searching, no experience is ever wasted, unless we allow ourselves to run out of hope. In my own case, I had different jobs bee I found the right one. Many of those jobs were heartbreakingly difficult. A few of them involved working with unscrupulous and horribly unpleasant people. Yet, in looking back, I can see that the most unpleasant of those jobs, in many cases, gave me the biggest dividends—the most valuable preparation my proper life work.And I have seen this happen in the destinies of hundreds of people. Periods which they thought were hopeless, dark, and of no possible practical value have turned out to be the most priceless experience they ever had. I know a girl who is a famous package designer American industry. She was just given a promotion which she competed with six well-qualified designers. Her past, like all of ours, had its good times and its bad times. One of the worst of the bad times was a period when she lost her husband and was left with two small children to support. She took a clerking job in a grocery store because her apartment was on the floor above it and between customers she could run up and keep an eye on the babies.It was a two-year period of great despair, during which she was constantly on the verge of suicide. Yet the other day when she told me of her promotion to the top package design job, she exclaimed in astonishment, “And do you know that the single factor which swung it in my favor was that I alone had over-the-counter experience with the customers who buy our packaged foods!”When people talk about the sweet uses of adversity, I think they unduly stress a grim and kind of hopeless resignation, a conviction that, like unpleasant medicine, it’s somehow “good us.” But I think it’s much more than that. I know that the unhappy periods of our lives offer us concrete and useful plus-values, chief among them a heightened understanding and compassion others. We may not see it at the time, we may consider the experience entirely wasted, but, as Emerson says, “The years teach much which the days never know.” 90

The problem with GUYSIf you treat them nicely,he says you are in love with him; If you don't,he says you are proud. If you dress nicely,he says you are trying to lure him; If you don't ,he says you are from Kampunc. If you argue with him,he says you are stubborn; If you keep silent,he says you have no brains. If you are smater than him,he will lose face; If he is smarter than you ,he is great,but you are fool. If you don't love him,he tries to possess you; If you love him,he will try to leave you. If you tell him your problem,he says you are troublesome; If don't ,he says that you don't trust him. 87但渐渐地,我发现村民们的信念很有道理,我认同他们我们倾向于把某个特殊的地方看作是世界的中心,在那里我们被他人所了解,并了解其他人,那地方对我们很重要,在那里我们拥有认同感和生活的意义比如家庭、学校、城镇,还有地方区域,都会成为我们心目中的世界的中心The Green BananaMy encounter with the green banana started on a steep mountain road in Brazil. My ancient jeep was zigzagging when the radiator began to leak. I stopped at the next village, where people gathered to look. Three fine streams of hot water spouted from holes in the radiator. “That’s easy to fix,” a man said. He sent a boy running some green bananas. We exchanged pleasantries while I mulled over the green banana. Asking questions would seems silly, so I remarked on the beauty of the mountain. “Do you see that tall one right over there?” asked my benefactor, pointing to a particular tall, slender pinnacle of dark rock. “That rock marks the center of the world.”I looked to see if he were teasing me, but his face was serious. He in turn inspected me carefully to be sure I grasped the significance of his statement. The occasion demanded some show of recognition on my part. “The center of the world?” I repeated, trying to convey interest if not complete acceptance. He nodded. “The absolute center.” At that moment the boy returned with my green bananas. The man sliced one in half and pressed the cut end against the radiator. The banana melted into a glue against the hot metal, plugging the leaks instantly. Everyone laughed at my astonishment. As a product of American higher education, I had never paid the slightest attention to the green banana. Suddenly on that mountain road, its time and my need had converged. This chance encounter showed me the special genius of those people, and the special potential of the green banana. I had been wondering some time about what educators like to call “learning moments”, and I now knew I had just experienced two of them at once.The importance of the rock marking the center of the world took a while to filter through. I had initially doubted their claim, knowing a fact that the center was located somewhere in New England. After all, my grandfather had come from there. But gradually I realized they had a valid belief, a universal concept, and I agreed with them. We tend to define the center as that special place where we are known, where we know others, where things mean much to us, and where we ourselves have both identity and meaning family, school, town and local region. 773抚摸我吧别害怕我不会伤害你,来吧,抚摸我光滑的皮肤感觉玻璃般的冰冷与光滑,以及其中的裂缝和刮痕,感受我的存在如果你愿意,请用双手抚摸吧我们的相似之处将超越你的想象Touch Me is a soliloquy composed by Hank Miller, about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. also known as “The Wall”. This monument is one of the most visited sites in the city of Washington.-----By Hank Miller  (Calinia professional photographer, freelance writer, mer Naval Aviator, and a Vietnam veteran)  Touch me. Don’t be afraid. I can’t hurt you. Go ahead and touch my smooth surface. Feel the cold, glass-like smoothness and the crevices and lines that make me what I am. Use both hands if you wish. We are more similar than you dare to believe.  Touch my face. Yes, I have a face like yours. It has weathered the centuries as yours has the years. My face portrays my evolution. Yours, the birth and death of a generation. My face has aged like yours as we have endured together the testimony of earth elements.  I have eyes like yours. My inscriptions stare out at you as I search the meaning of why we are here. I look into your eyes and see who you are. Who am I? I was med millions of years past and now you see the results of my evolution.  I can feel your hands and the sweat from your palms flow into the countless combination of the letters that make me. I know you. I have known you since I was able to breathe in the air as my smoothness began to take shape and my color matured along with natural flaws. You have known me since the days when you came to take me from my mother.  You cannot hear me. I am static and unmoving. But, I can hear your murmurs and your cries of pain and sadness. Your sons and daughters ask why? There are no answers. I am very old. I have seen everything and I am none the wiser the pain and suffering and I have witnessed since I rose from the bowels of the earth. I have witnessed the conflict, the death, the civilizations, and the societies that have come bee you. Yet I remain mystified about this day.  I feel sad yet alive with a purpose. I have come to know those who are now an integral part of the reason my being here at this place and time. That purpose has become apparent as I stand bee you on this day while your brethren gather to witness my reflections and the changes of light that mirror your soul.  I am a reflection of you…  I am all of you…  I am your spirit..  I am The Wall. 890

英语口语每天说上半小时0(1) -- :9: 来源: 一. Ability高速下载 1. Can you ride a bike?. Will you be able to finish your work by noon?3. Are you capable of painting beautiful pictures?. I can do it.5. I know how to operate a computer.6. It's not too difficult to climb up the tree.7. I'm not too bad at telling stories.8. I feel able to swim across the river.9. I'm able to recite all Shakespeare's sonnets.. I'm afraid I can't cope with those troubles.Dialogue 1M: How many laguages can you speak?W: I can speak French and German.M: How well can you speak them?W: I can speak German quite well, but I can't speak French very well.M: Can you help me to translate these sentences into German now?W: No, but I'll be able to tomorrow.Dialogue W: Can you speak English?M: Yes I can. I speak it very well.W: Where did you learn it?M: I lived in England when I was a child.W: What else can you speak?M: Well, I know a little Italian.Dialogue 3M: Most of our customers are eigners. How many eign languages can you speak, Elizabeth?W: Two. French and Spanish.M: And how well can you speak them?W: Well, French was my best subject at school. I can and write it pretty well.M: And how about your Spanish?W: Well, it's not as good as my French. I can speak it reasonably well, but my written Spanish isn't very good.M: I see. Well, we have a lot of Spanish customers, but you wouldn't need to write any Spanish here.W: In that case, I'm fit the position I think.Dialogue W: Can you help me now?M: No, but I'll be able to tomorrow.W: That'll be too late.M: Why don't you ask Bill if he can help?W: I did, but he wasn't able to either.M: Jane and Sally are friends. They are both married and they are very proud of their husbands. One day, they met each other and they started talking about their husbands. According to Jane, her husband is big and strong and handsome. He is also very much of a sportsman. He can swim and ski, and he can play several ball games such as football and cricket. Sally's husband, however, seems to be just the opposite. He is physically neither big nor strong, but he excels in intelligence. He is good at languages and can speak six languages, including French, German, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, and Japanese. Besides, he is much of a funnyman. He can cook, sow, and iron. Indeed, as Sally puts it, he is a good husband. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语中文翻译 罕见的化石记录 胚胎与幼体被保存下来在化石记录中是少见的事情微小纤细的骨骼 通常在石化前就被食腐肉的动物拆散了,或者被风化作用破坏掉了 鱼龙比起陆地的动物 有更大的几率被保存下来,因为它们作为海洋动物常生活在腐蚀性较小的环境中 但是它们的石化需要一系列因素:软组织的腐烂速度缓慢,很少被其他动物残食,缺少混杂、冲走小骨头的快速水流和波浪,以及相当快地被掩埋 当这些因素存在时,某些地区就会变成一个充满保存完好的鱼龙化石的宝库在德国获尔兹梅登,那儿的沉积物给人们提出了一个有趣的分析案例 人们在黑色的、含沥青的海洋页岩中发现了约 19,000 年前沉积下来的鱼龙化石 几年时间内,在这些岩石中取得了数以千计的海洋爬行动物、鱼类以及无脊椎动物的标本 它们的保存质量非常的好,但更令人称奇的是保存下来的育有胚胎的鱼龙化石数目 在获尔兹梅登附近一个小地区的六个不同的页岩层中分别发现了育有胚胎的鱼龙化石 这表明大量的鱼龙经年累月重复使用一个特定的地点 那些胚胎已经发育得相当完整了 比如,它们的蹼桨已经完全形成了 有一个标本甚至被保存在产道中 而且,那块页岩包含着很多在 到30 英寸之间的新生幼体的化石为什么在其他地方那么稀少的怀雌兽和幼体在获尔兹梅登却那么多呢? 因为其保存质量几乎举世无双,采集工作的进行一直是一丝不苟的 大家都认识到这些化石的价值极其珍贵,但这些因素并不能解释这个有趣的问题: 为什么在一个特定的地点会如此集中地出现即将临产的怀鱼龙群呢? 1538“领海基线”英语怎么表达? -- ::5 来源: 中华人民共和国钓鱼岛及其附属岛屿的领海基线公布,中国有关部门将对钓鱼岛及其附属岛屿开展常态化监视监测请看相关报道:Tokyo's decision to 'purchase' Diaoyu Islands sparked a focused and determined response, Beijing on Monday announced territorial coordinates - base points and baselines - waters off the islands.中国政府对日本政府“购买”钓鱼岛的决定做出了坚决的回应,于周一公布了钓鱼岛及其附属岛屿的领海基点和基线Territorial coordinates指“领土坐标”,是由base points(基点)连成的baselines(基线)组成的,能精确标示国家边境“领海基线”就是territorial sea baseline中华人民共和国领海基线采用直线基线法划定,由各相邻基点之间的直线连线组成基线里面向陆地一侧的水域就是内水(internal waters),向海的一侧首先是领海(territorial waters),后面还会有专属经济区(Exclusive Economic Zone)和大陆架(the Continental Shelf)等各种管辖海域同时,中国政府还宣布将对钓鱼岛及其附属岛屿开展normalized surveillance and monitoring(常态化监视监测) 领海 基线 英语

关于“休息”(rest)的日常英语 -- :5:3 来源: 我真想睡个午觉I want to take a nap.I want to take a nap. (我真想睡个午觉)But you just woke up. (你不是刚刚起来吗?)I want to take a catnap. *catnap “打盹”、“小睡一下儿”Id like to lie down a while. (我想躺会儿)我去躺一会儿Im going to lie down. *用于稍感疲劳的时候Im going to take a rest. (我休息一会儿)你在装睡啊!Youre pretending to be asleep.Youre just pretending that youre asleep.Youre not really asleep. (你其实没睡吧!)I know youre still awake. (我知道你还没睡)你睡着了吗?Were you sleeping?Were you asleep?没有,还没睡呢No, I was awake.你能给孩子换块尿布吗?Will you change the baby diaper? *diaper“尿布”Will you change the baby diaper? (你能给孩子换块尿布吗?)Again? (又要换呀?)Will you change the baby diaper? (你能给孩子换块尿布吗?)I just changed it ten minutes ago. (分钟前我刚换过的)想尿尿吗?Do you need to pee? *主要对小孩子用该尿尿了It time to go wee-wee. *主要对小孩子用It time to go pee-pee. *对儿童用wee和pee,对婴幼儿用重叠wee-wee和pee-pee的形式表示“小便”蒙一儿Peekaboo! *孩子们在玩藏猫游戏时常用大人有时也半带玩乐地使用Peekaboo! (蒙一儿)Do it again. (再来一次)胳肢胳肢Kuchi-kuchi-koo. *胳肢婴儿时用大人有时开玩笑时也用我们来投球吧Let play catch.Let play catch. (我们来投球吧)Great! (好呀!)Let play ball.漏水了The water is leaking.The pipe is leaking. (水管漏了)全是灰呀It so dusty. *dusty“到处都是灰尘”、“沾满尘土”It so dusty. (都是灰啊!)I didnt notice. (我倒没注意)It needs to be dusted. (得扫扫了)这间屋子通风真差It stuffy in this room. *stuffy 房间等地方“通风不好”、“憋闷得慌”The air is thick. (这里真闷)I cant breathe in this room. (这屋让人喘不过气来)The air is dense. (空气混浊)这个房间很通风It drafty in this room. *drafty “有穿堂风的”你能去喂喂吗?Will you feed the dog? *feed “喂食”Please give the dog some food.你去遛遛吧?Will you take the dog a walk?帮我照看一下弟弟和啊Take care of my brother and sister.Take care of my brother and sister. (帮我照看一下弟弟和)You bet. (放心吧)请(给植物)浇点水Please water the plants. *water在这里是动词“浇水,洒水”Can I help? (要我帮忙吗?)Yes, please water the plants. (好吧,请帮我给花浇浇水)啊!怎么这么乱呀!What a mess! *母亲看到孩子们的房间时常说的一句话Look at the mess!What a pigsty! * 含有脏得像个猪窝的语气帮帮我吧Help me.Help me. (帮帮我吧)What do you want me to do? (我能帮你做什么呢?)把你的屋子收拾收拾Clean up your room.Clean up your room. (把你的屋子收拾收拾)But Im watching TV now. (可我正在看电视呢)Straighten up your room.Tidy up the room.帮我打扫打扫卫生Help me clean up the house.洗涤灵用完了Were out of dish detergent. *“洗衣粉”是laundry detergentWere out of dish detergent. (洗涤灵用完啦)Ill go get more. (那我去买一瓶)你能把衣晾上吗?Would you put up the clothes to dry?*put up是“向上挂”的意思,但在这里表示“晾衣”你能帮我把衣叠起来吗?Will you help me fold up the clothes? *fold up“叠整齐”把地扫扫Please sweep the floor. *sweep“扫”、“打扫”把厨房的池子洗干净Please scrub the sink. *“洗”一般用动词wash和clean来表示,但是“使劲搓洗”这一动作,用scrub表示最合适我得用吸尘器吸吸我房间了I have to vacuum my room. *vacuum“用吸尘器打扫”掸掸柜子上的土Please dust the shelves. *dust“掸土”Please wipe the shelves. (请擦一擦柜子)请拖拖地Please mop the floor.你能把那件衬衫熨熨吗?Will you iron the shirt?我的裙子得熨了I have to iron my skirt. *iron不仅是名词,它还可以用作动词“熨”我们去超市买东西吧Let go grocery shopping.We need more milk. (还得再买点牛奶)Let go grocery shopping. (那我们去超市买吧)公园里人挤人The park was crowded.The park was filled with people.今晚能帮我照看一下孩子吗?Can you baby-sit tonight? *baby-sit“父母不在时帮忙照顾孩子”Can you baby-sit tonight? (今晚能帮我照看一下孩子吗?)Sure I can. (当然可以) 日常英语 英语口语如果你觉得心有余力不足,觉得缺乏前进的动力,有时候你只需要改变思维的角度当你下意识品尝生命的欢愉时,美好就会出现当你积极地看待生活,并以此作为你的日常准则时,你就会找到快乐的真谛If your life feels like it is lacking the power that you want and the motivation that you need, sometimes all you have to do is shift your point of view.Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. By training your thoughts to concentrate on the bright side of things, you are more likely to have the incentive to follow through on your goals. You are less likely to be held back by negative ideas that might limit your permance.Your life can be enhanced, and your happiness enriched, when you choose to change your perspective. Don't leave your future to chance, or wait things to get better mysteriously on their own. You must go in the direction of your hopes and aspirations. Begin to build your confidence, and work through problems rather than avoid them. Remember that power is not necessarily control over situations, but the ability to deal with whatever comes your way.Always believe that good things are possible, and remember that mistakes can be lessons that lead to discoveries. Take your fear and transm it into trust; learn to rise above anxiety and doubt. Turn your "worry hours" into "productive hours". Take the energy that you have wasted and direct it toward every worthwhile eft that you can be involved in. This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. You will see beautiful things happen when you allow yourself to experience the joys of life. You will find happiness when you adopt positive thinking into your daily routine and make it an important part of your world. 9659阅读好书我再说一遍,把你的一部分空闲时光用来培养阅读好书的爱好吧那些设法把自己培养成为真正爱好读书的人,确实是幸运的因为爱读书的人比之别人有着明显的好处只要手头有书,他们就从来不知寂寞书越好,读来越是津津有味他们从好书中不但得到乐趣,而且受到很多教益他们从中获得的那种精神食粮,从其他地方是很难得到的即使是在工作休息时,通过读书,他们的工作效率也能更加提高,尽管他们未必有意识地想到读书是为了提高才智在钱然不知不觉中,他们从书中吸取的知识积累起来,经过想想象力的加工,对将来大有用处 H·爱丁顿·布鲁斯 (1) the better the books the more delightful the company书越好,与书作伴就越快活 () They gain mental food such as few companions can supply 他们得到的那种精神食粮是没有什么同栏能提供的此处such as相当于 such mental food as (3) This 指上句;albeit 连词,含义是 although it be(尽管,虽然),用于书面语 () the printed pages书本 (5) to be worked over以便加以研究 6180

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