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孔子故里——曲阜 -- 18:3:01 来源: 曲阜因是孔子故乡而闻名,来参观孔子故乡曲阜的人必然会游览和孔子关联的三孔:孔府,孔庙,孔林,然而他们大多数游客却忽略了那三座自然风景优美、极具传奇色又和圣人孔子有着莫大关联的山峰这三座山分别是:尼山、九仙山、石门山Qufu is famed its association with confucius but most visitors overlook three peaks nearby that hold natural beauty, legends and strong ties to philosopher visitors to Qufu, the hometown of Confucius, a trip to the Three Kongs, the temple, the mansion and cemetery associated with the great philosopher, is almost obligatory. But what most travelers overlook are three equally impressive mountains and hills that surround the city and offer respite from the tourist hordes. The three mountains and hills of Qufu are worth a visit their natural beauty alone, but they also hold historical and cultural treasures that make the climb a must. 1. Nishan Hill (尼山)While Qufu is famed as the city of Confucius, it was in fact on Nishan Hill that the man whose ideas have shaped China is said to have been born, in a three-meter deep cave called Kunling at the foot of the hill. According to legend the baby Confucius was abandoned shortly after birth because his mother thought he was ugly, but was rescued by a tiger and an eagle, which later made the mother take him back. Higher than Kunling Cave and to the west is River Watching Pavilion, from where Confucius is supposed to have watched the river fl owing and gasped at how rapidly earthly life changes. The hill is also home to a Confucian temple that houses an old lecture hall used today solely venerating the philosopher. Behind the lecture hall is an earthen hall, which in ancient China was a common construction used honoring the God of the Earth. Here, Confucius is said the have received help from the God of the Earth on his way to becoming a saint. The educational center Nishan Academy on the hill was a site of scholarly discussion centuries and still serves a similar purpose with school visits on occasions. . Nine Fairy Mountain (九仙山)Like many picturesque mountains across China, Nine Fairy Mountain is associated with legend. The story goes that the nine fairy maidens of the Queen Mother of the West escaped to the mountain while the Queen Mother was happily drunk during her birthday party. Angry at their departure, the Queen Mother then transmed the fairy maidens into nine peaks. Today the mountain is dotted with brooks, fruit trees and agricultural land, and is a source of many medicinal herbs, no doubt having grown with the help of the nine fairies. In ancient China, the mountain was home to many religious groups that have left their mark in the m of temples, including Confucianists, Daoists and Buddhists. During the Qing Dynasty (-19) an annual temple fair was started on the mountain in spring, drawing hundreds of peddlers, incense burners and permers. The temple fair later came to a halt during times of social unrest, but was restored by the local government in the 1990s along with several historical sites. At the highest reaches of the mountain is the Bixia Ancestral Temple. Bixia was, according to legend, a fairy who did many kind deeds and whom local people called "grandma". A statue of Bixia stands in the temple's main hall. Behind the temple are three stones said to emanate coolness even during the hottest summer day, making this a pleasant place to take a break. On the northeastern section of the mountain is Phoenix Hill. With an elevation of 58 meters it is the tallest peak in Qufu. Across the mountain it is not uncommon to see fruit laid out in the sun, including pears, dates, peaches and pomegranates. Even at harvest time in late autumn people often do this to satisfy a local liking dried fruit. 3. Stone Gate Mountain (石门山)Stone Gate Mountain has peaks, two of which sit opposite each other, creating the gate shape that gives the mountain its name. The mountain is divided into three main areas: Stone Gate Temple, Peach Dock and Yellow Mountain. Of the peaks, Shenghan Peak is the tallest at meters. It is also well known its caves and links with ancient philosophers and poets. Confucius and his students frequented the mountain and used it as a place to study. The poets Li Bai and Du Fu also toured the mountain together. More than 90 of the mountain is covered with est, making its' 6 square kilometers a natural oxygen bar. 孔子故里——曲阜厦门儿童医院做整形怎么样?日常聊天口语对话篇:(7)正宗影迷Movie Buffs-- :7:1 Steve:: What's your favorite movie of all time?Michelle: That's a good question? I don't know. Maybe "rrest Gump"(《阿甘正传).Steve: Why "rest Gump"?Michelle: Because I love Tom Hanks, and I thought it had a lot of clever tie-ins(联系,关联); it was like a photo album of the country during the last 30 years.. Steve: That was a good show. Okay. Here's a little bit of movie trivia(小问题) you: What movie is the top-grossing (票房收入最高的;毛利最高的)film of all time?Michelle: Oh, that's easy. "Jurassic Park(〈侏罗纪公园〉)". It's the only film that has grossed over a billion dollars in history.Steve: That's true. but when a film's gross is adjusted inflation, the highest-grossing film is "Gone With the Wind". Okay, what director has 7 of the top 0 highest-grossing films of all time?Michelle: A piece of cake. Steven Spielberg. Give me something that's challenging.Steve: Okay. Who said "Go ahead, make my day!"? Michelle: Clint Eastwood. Steve: All right. What was Dustin Hoffman's debut movie(第一部电影)?Michelle: "The Graduate".Steve: What year did it come out?Michelle: I don't know. 1970?Steve: Wrong. 1968. Michelle: Okay. Give me another question.Steve: Okay. What actress has the most nominations an Academy Award?Michelle: I have no idea.Steve: Katharine Hepburn. She was nominated times and won 3 times.Michelle: Okay, My turn. First of all. What's your favorite scary (恐怖的)movie? Steve: It's gotta be "Psycho"(《精神变态者). I love that shower scene.Michelle: I hate the choppy (不连贯的)music that they play during that scene.Steve: That's what makes it so memorable.Michelle: Okay. Who directed "Tootsie"(《宝贝儿?Steve: Easy. Sidney Pollack. Incidentally, he also acted in it as well.Michelle: all right. What was the most popular Robert Redd and Paul Newman film? Steve: "The Sting"〈刺〉.Michelle: You're pretty good. Try this one. What's the top-grossing animated cartoon of all time?Steve: I know it's a Disney. Is it "Bambi"〈小鹿班比〉?Michelle: Not quite. It was "Snow and the Seven Dwarfs". Here's your last question; What year was the first in-flight movie (空中电影;在飞机上放映的电影〉?Steve: 1955? Michelle: Wrong. 196. The movie "The Lost World" was shown on Imperial Airways from London to Paris on April , 196.Steve: The first in-flight movie was 70 years ago? That blows me away.(这真使我感到惊讶万分) I guess I'm not such a great movie buff after all.Michelle: That's okay. I still love you.在厦门地区人民医院做祛眼袋手术多少钱华山英文导游词 -- :: 来源: 华山英文导游词华山是中国五大圣山中最高的山脉,位于西安以东0千米处华山由五大山峰组成,象征着一朵花Hua Shan is the highest of China’s five sacred mountains. It is 0 kilometers east of Xian. It has five peaks that resemble the petals of a flower. The highest peak is 180 meters (75 feet). We had had discussions about going to Hua Shan with some graduate students from Computer Science. That didn’t work out due to changes in schedules on both sides. Also, they were planning to do the climb at night to be able to reach the peak at sunrise. That did not appeal to us. We wanted to spend a night on the mountain. Fran’s department arranged a trip us, making reservations at the simple hotel on the North Peak. They sent two graduate students to accompany us, though they had not been to Hua Shan bee. We met them at 8:00 on Saturday morning and took a taxi to the train station. There we asked around and located a mini-bus. The bus made a couple of stops. One was to see a presentation about the traditional medicines grown on the mountain and a chance to buy some of them. It probably would have been interesting if we understood Chinese. Our guides gave us the general outline about what was said. The other stop was a quick lunch stop. There are two approaches to Hua Shan. [Chinese proverb: “There is one road and only one road to Hua Shan,” meaning that sometimes the hard way is the only way.] The west entrance involves kilometers of walking on a road bee you start climbing. We went with the east entrance, where the bus brings you to the base of a cable car that goes up to the 00 meter North Peak. Our plan was to walk up to the North Peak, then climb to the four other peaks the next day and take the cable car down. We started the climb in the early afternoon. The path consists of stone steps with rough chain link handrails in the narrowest areas (we wore our bicycling gloves hand protection). Physically, it is more like climbing the steps of a skyscraper than trails at home. However, the temperature was about 95 degrees and there was not much shade. We brought lots of water, including some bottles that we froze and some Gatorade that we got at the fancy department store in downtown Xian. There are plenty of refreshment stands along the way where you can buy bottled water, the Chinese equivalent of Gatorade, and other drinks or snacks at a premium price. We reached the North Peak bee :00 PM and rested at the hotel. Our room was basic, but comtable and clean enough. Because water is scarce on the mountain, there were neither showers nor sinks available washing. In that sense the experience felt like camping, but we were sleeping in a big tent! After dinner at the hotel restaurant, we spent some time talking with our guides. We were a bit surprised to find that they both think of Japan negatively, but like the U.S. It seems that Japan’s WWII behavior in China has not been gotten, and is emphasized in school. We saw a beautiful sunset and watched the sky become resplendent with thousands of stars, including the Milky Way galaxy. This was the clearest sky that we have seen in China. The fresh air at Hua Shan is a treat! Our guides had both been planning to get up at :00 AM to watch the sunrise. Fran and I made sleep a priority. We did happen to wake up a bit bee sunrise (our room faced east) and went outside to watch the sky become rosy. Ironically, our guides missed the sunrise because they had stayed up late watching the European soccer championships on the television in their roomThe plan the day was to climb the other four peaks, but we reserved the right to shorten the route. The first part was a steep climb to Middle Peak. After the low North Peak, all the others are at roughly 00 meters. There were crowds on the way to Middle Peak – mostly Chinese hikers but we did see a few other wai guo (eigners) as well. We visited two Taoist temples en route to Middle Peak. Each one had an altar with incense and offerings of fruit. The friendly monks invited us to say a prayer or to send blessings to loved ones. Fran accepted their invitation. At the first temple, she lit incense sticks and knelt on a cushion in front of the altar saying a silent prayer our safe journey to the various summits of Hua Shan (the prayer was answered). At the second temple, she knelt on a cushion in front of the altar and sent silent blessings to several friends who are experiencing challenging situations in their lives at present. After each blessing, she leaned ward and the monk struck a drum. After Middle Peak, the crowds got much thinner. The next was East Peak, which had a steep ladder climbing rock. Fran was dubious about this ascent, but realized that the ladder wasn’t so bad and went it. That was a good decision because we were then able to do a loop and the trails got almost empty at this point. After skirting the top of a cliff with a steep dropoff on both sides, we had a pleasant walk to South Peak and West Peak. There was even a small amount of dirt trail! The summit of South Peak was the highest point on Hua Shan, so of course we asked another hiker to take a photo of our guides and us. The views from the tops of each peak were beautiful. Hua Shan and the surrounding mountains are very rugged and remind us somewhat of hiking in the southwestern ed States or the Sierras. We took a route that eventually brought us to the main line returning down from Middle to North Peak. We were happy to have ascended each of the five peaks (petals) of Flower Mountain. By cable car (the longest in Asia), it was just 7 minutes down to the park entrance. We caught a shuttle bus into town, then transferred to a bus Xian. Our guides told us that we had walked up and down a total of 000 stairs! We were glad that we did not have this inmation when we started. three days after returning home, our sore leg muscles instructed us to take the elevator to our fifth floor apartment rather than climbing the stairs. 华山 英文导游词谈谈电影吧-- :6:1 D: Hello, Modern English  你好,洋话连篇  A: May I please speak to Jet?  我可以同Jet讲话吗?  D: Speaking, may I ask whose calling?  我就是,请问哪位  A: This is Marco, how are you Jet?  我是Marco,你好吗?  D: I am good, I almost didn't recognize you, you sound so polite on the phone!!  很好,我都没听出来是你,你听起来好多了  A: Yeah, I am trying to practice what you taught me last time.  是的,我在用上次你教我的东西  D: How was the movie you watched?  你看的片子怎么样?  A: It was really good! It was a scary movie called *****. By the way that is what I want to talk to you about today.  特好,恐怖片,顺便说一下,今天我们谈谈电影吧  D: No problem what type of things do you want to know?  没问题,你想知道什么?  A: Well first what is the name of the person who makes the movie?  拍电影的人用英语怎么说?  D: That is an interesting question; do you mean the person who films the movie or the person who tells all the actors what to do?  有趣你是说演电影的还是告诉演员们做什么的?  A: Both I guess.  都有  D: Well the person who controls the camera is called the cameraman and the person who tells the actors what to do is called the director.  拿摄像机的叫cameraman,告诉演员们做什么的叫director  A: Oh that's right I got. How do you say it when an actor is in a movie?  是的,那演员们演电影该怎么说啊?  D: we usually say the actor is starring in a movie.  我们常用starring这个词  A: What are your favorite types of movies Drew?  你最喜欢什么类型的片子?  D: My favorite genre of movies is…  我最喜欢的类型是  A: Genre  Genre是什么意思?  D: Genre means type or style, like horror, action, romance, drama or sci-fi…  就是类型,比如说,恐怖片,动作片,爱情片,感情片,或是科幻  A: sci-fi?  Sci-fi是什么意思?  D: Science fiction, movies about space and the future…but back to the original question, my favorite genre of movies is horror, I like to be scared.  是science fiction的缩写,是关于宇宙和未来的,回到刚才的问题上,我最喜欢恐怖片,我喜欢被惊吓  A: Not me, I guess I like romance movies, they are fun to watch with my girlfriend, but I guess I like all types of movies, I own maybe a hundred.  我可不喜欢,我最喜欢爱情片,和女朋友一起看最好了我喜欢所有的类型,我有一百多部片子  D: You're quite the movie buff aren't you Allan?  你是彻底的影迷,是吗?  A: What does that mean?  什么意思?  D: It means you know a lot about movies and you have seen quite a large number of them.  就是说你很懂电影并且看过很多片子  A: That's me!!  是的  D: What is your favorite movie Allan?  最喜欢看哪部片子?  A: It is sleepless in Seattle, have you seen it?  西亚图不眠夜,看过吗?  D: No I haven't, but I think I will go rent it tonight!  没有,不过今晚我要去祖一部来看看  A:I'll give it thumbs up.  我给它打满分  D: Well, yeah! Hey Allan I have to run, I'll talk to you tomorrow.  是的,嘿,Allan,我得走了,明天再聊吧  解释{1}作为名词,star表示星星,电影明星用英语讲就是movie star.作为动词时它表示演电影,类似的说法还有who played the role?{}genre,这是一个法语词,在国外,人们用它来表示电影类型,当然我们也可以用type,可是,入乡随俗让自己听起来更地道通常的电影类型包括sci-fi科幻,romance,爱情片action,动作片,horror恐怖片, drama,情感片chick flick浪漫喜剧片, indie独立制作片和blue movies黄色电影等{3}movie buff表示影迷,也可以说成movie fan{}在西方,碟片很贵,难怪老外们通常都会租片子看{5} thumbs up表示电影很棒,如果不好的话,就说 thumbs down.厦门做韩式双眼皮哪家好

厦门第一医院点痣去疤痕厦门仁安医院去眼袋你能卖得比标价低一些吗-- ::59   Can you come down on the sticker price?   你能卖得比标价低一些吗?   在买大型物品如汽车,房子时,一般来说可以讲价'sticker'指的是各种各样的标签而'sticker price'就是标价的意思另外在这句话中,'come down'是降价的意思Student Life --19 ::1 来源: Speaking of my student life, it's very interesting. Besides studying, we have many parties at our school special festivals. Of course, we must study many subjects at school and do homework every day. I receive instructions from my teachers and discuss problems with them.   Although sometimes we have many exams in our student life, it can be good us. Everyone hates exams, but it helps us realize how much we've learned from school. Just enjoy your student life. It goes by fast.厦门去眼角的价位熊猫(Pandas) -- 1::3 来源: 熊猫(Pandas)  there are some pandas in the zoo. they look like a bear, but they are not a bear.  they live in china. they have a small tail and fat body. they are black and white. they’re very clumsy, but they can climb trees. they like to eat bamboo very much. look! the baby panda is under the mother panda, they are sleeping. they look very lovely. pandas are my favourite animals.福建省厦门市美白针价格

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