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俞敏洪精挑细选0句() -01-7 19:: 来源:   1. The annual worth of Utah’s manufacturing is greater than that of its mining and farming combined.1.尤它州制造业的年产值大于其工业和农业的总和  . The wallflower is so called because its weak stems often grow on walls and along stony cliffs support..墙花之所以叫墙花,是因为其脆弱的枝干经常要靠墙壁或顺石崖生长,以便有所依附  3. It is the interaction between people, rather than the events that occur in their lives, that is the main focus of social psychology. 3.社会心理学的主要焦点是人与人之间的交往,而不是他们各自生活中的事件  . No social crusade aroused Elizabeth Williams’ enthusiasm more than the expansion of educational facilities immigrants to the ed States..给美国的新移民增加教育设施比任何社会运动都更多的激发了Elizabeth Williams的热情  5. Quails typically have short rounded wings that enable them to spring into full flight instantly when disturbed in their hiding places. 5.典型的鹌鹑都长有短而圆的翅膀,凭此他们可以在受惊时一跃而起,飞离它们的躲藏地  6. According to anthropologists, the earliest ancestors of humans that stood upright resembled chimpanzees facially, with sloping eheads and protruding brows.6.根据人类学家的说法,直立行走的人的鼻祖面部轮廓与黑猩猩相似,额头后倾,眉毛突出  7. Not until 1866 was the fully successful transatlantic cable finally laid.7.直到1866年第一条横跨大西洋的电缆才完全成功的架通  8. In his writing, John Crowe Ransom describes what he considers the spiritual barrenness of society brought about by science and technology. 8. John Crowe Ransom在他的著作中描述了他认为是由科学技术给社会带来的精神贫困  9. Children with parents whose guidance is firm, consistent, and rational are inclined to possess high levels of self-confidence.9.父母的教导如果坚定,始终如一和理性,孩子就有可能充满自信  50. The ancient Hopewell people of North America probably cultivated corn and other crops, but hunting and gathering were still of critical importance in their economy.50.北美远古的Hopewell人很可能种植了玉米和其他农作物,但打猎和采集对他们的经济贸易仍是至关重要的 that than their 他们。

  • 英语口语:如何用英语表达“有潜力”? --6 :56: 来源: 虽然现在还没成功,但说不定就是潜力股,前途大好喔!英语里想说他人有潜力,都能怎样表达?   1. Diamonds in the rough   未经雕琢的钻石只差好好打磨就能bling bling啦!归根到底,说明人家还是块材料啊!   例:She may seem shy and ordinary right now, but give her a couple more years - she truly is a diamond in the rough.   虽然她现在看着害羞,人也一般般,但过几年也会是个可造之材   . Have the makings of something   英文里making指的是完成某件事需具备的要素,也指人的素质这个短语用在人身上时,就是指某人具备成就了某件事的素质   例:He has the makings of a first-rate lawyer.   他具备了成为一流律师的素质   3. Promising   有希望,有前途,英文里用promising来表示当你看好谁的时候,就可以将这个词派上用场了   例:He was voted the most promising new actor his part in the movie.   凭借这部电影中的角色,他当选为最具潜力的男演员   . Room improvement   虽然有不足,但实际上还有提高的空间,不难看出希望还是有的,只是需要改进而已   例:There's still room improvement in his cooking.   他的厨艺还能改进   5. Wits   指的是思考的能力和智慧,我们可以用它表示有能力做成某件事   例:She's got the wits to make it work.   她有能力让它恢复正常 英语口语 潜力。
  • To Fanny Brawne, May 18 Wednesday morning My Dearest Girl, I have been a walk this morning with a book in my hand, but as usual I have been occupied with nothing but you I wish I could say in an agreeable manner. I am tormented day and night. They talk of my going to Italy. 'Tis certain I shall never recover if I am to be so long separate from you yet with all this devotion to you I cannot persuade myself into any confidence of you.... You are to me an object intensely desirable -- the air I breathe in a room empty of you in unhealthy. I am not the same to you -- no -- you can wait -- you have a thousand activities -- you can be happy without me. Any party, anything to fill up the day has been enough. How have you pass'd this month? Who have you smil'd with? All this may seem savage in me. You do no feel as I do -- you do not know what it is to love -- one day you may -- your time is not come.... I cannot live without you, and not only you but chaste you; virtuous you. The Sun rises and sets, the day passes, and you follow the bent of your inclination to a certain extent -- you have no conception of the quantity of miserable feeling that passes through me in a day -- Be serious! Love is not a plaything -- and again do not write unless you can do it with a crystal conscience. I would sooner die want of you than --- Yours ever J. Keats 199。
  • 5The Source of Energe5.The source of EnergyA summary of the physical and chemical nature of life must begin, not on the Earth, but in the Sun; in fact, at the Sunrsquo;s very center. It is here that is to be found the source of the energy that the Sun constantly pours out into space as light and heat. This energy is librated at the center of the Sun as billions upon billions of nuclei of hydrogen atoms collide with each other and fuse together to m nuclei of helium, and in doing so, release some of the energy that is stored in the nuclei of atoms. The output of light and heat of the Sun requires that some 600 million tons of hydrogen be converted into helium in the Sun every second. This the Sun has been doing several thousands of millions of year.The nuclear energy is released at the Sunrsquo;s center as high-energy gamma radiation, a m of electromagnetic radiation like light and radio waves, only of very much shorter wavelength. This gamma radiation is absorbed by atoms inside the Sun to be reemitted at slightly longer wavelengths. This radiation , in its turn is absorbed and reemitted. As the energy filters through the layers of the solar interior, it passes through the X-ray part of the spectrum eventually becoming light. At this stage, it has reached what we call the solar surface, and can escape into space without being absorbed further by solar atoms. A very small fraction of the Sunrsquo;s light and heat is emitted in such directions that after passing unhindered through interplanetary space, it hits the Earth.能量的来源概说生命的物理和化学特性必须始于太阳--确切地说,是太阳的核心,而非地球能量来自太阳的核心在这里,太阳不停地以光和热的形式向空间倾泻出能量数十亿计的氢原子核在太阳的核心碰撞并且聚变生成氦在此过程中一部分原本储存于原子核中的能量被释放出来太阳所产生的光和热需要每秒将六亿吨氢转化为氦这样的转化在太阳中已经持续几十亿年了核能在太阳的核心被释放为高能的伽马射线这是一种电磁射线,就象光波和无线电波一样,只是波长要短得多这种伽玛射线被太阳内的原子所吸收,然后重新释放为波长稍长一些的光波这新的射线再次被吸收,而后释放在能量由太阳内部一层层渗透出来的过程中,它经过了光谱中X射线部分,最后变成了光在此阶段,能量到达我们所称的太阳表层,并且离散到空间而不再被太阳原子所吸收只有很小一部分太阳的光和热由此方向释放出来,并且未被阻挡,穿越星空,来到地球 678。
  • 英语口语每天说上半小时0(7) -- :: 来源: 7 permission1. Anybody mind if I take the position?. I thought I’d use the dictionary.3. Would you allow me to park here?. Any chance of meeting the professor?5. Do I have your permission?6. By all means.7. Please don’t hesitate to do that.8. Yes, I guess so.9. I’m afraid I can’t let you.. I can’t possibly lend you my camera.Dialog 1W: May I come in, Mr Sun?M: I’d rather you didn’t, Miss Yang. I’m very busy now.W: Can I try later then?M: Yes, of course.(An hour later…)W: Is it all right me to come in now, Mr Sun?M: Well, uh…I’m still pretty busy, but… all right. Come in. What can I do you?W: Do you mind if I sit down?M: Not at all. Take a seat. Now what can I do you?W: I want to leave the department. Do you think I could put info a transfer?M: Yes. But why should you want to do that?W: Do you mind if I speak frankly?M: Not at all. Go ahead.W: Well. You see, I don’t like the office. I don’t like the staff. And I’m afraid of you. And I don’t want to go one. So may I put info a transfer?M: Yes. I’d be delighted if you did.Dialog M: Can I leave early today?W: Sure. I don’t mind.M: And can I come in late tomorrow?W: I don’t see why not.M: And may I take Friday off?W: Go ahead. It’s OK with me.M: One more thing. Would you give me a ten-dollar raise?W: No.Dialog 3—— I wonder if I could possibly borrow two bikes from the shop tomorrow? I’ll take actual care of them. I promise you.—— Well. All right, Mark. Just this once. But you have to pick them up yourself. I’m a very busy man.—— Oh, that’s all right. It’s very kind of you. Can I come around now?—— I’d rather you didn’t come immediately as I said I’m very busy at the moment. Come after lunch, Mark.Dialog M: Do you think I could use your car tomorrow? I’ve got a date with this girl, see? And…W: I see. Well , now you can have it as long as you bring it back by 9:30.M: 9:30? That’s no good. Couldn’t I have it a bit longer? Even if I fill up the tank?W: I’m afraid not, Nick. That’s the best I can do.Dialog 5M: Mum, can I finish my homework later?W: Sorry. You know the rules.M: But I want to watch TV now.W: That’s out of the question.M: Please.W: Not a chance.M: Not even an hour?W: Sorry, it’s impossible.Dialog 6W: What? You want to leave early?M: Yes. Can I?W: Do you really need to?M: Yes. Is it OK with you?W: Is it important?M: Yes. Do you mind?W: You really have to?M: Yes. Will you let me?W: I guess so.Dialog 7M: Good morning. Can I see Mr Jackson, please?W: Well. Have you got his permission?M: Yes. We have an appointment at eight o’clock.W: What’s your name, please?M: Robert. Philips Robert.Well. I’d like to see something about myself. I studied Japanese at university. Then I got a job with advertising agency as a secretary. In 00, I went to abroad with a friend. Then I worked a company which sold books and paintings. I was still single at . Then my parents started to worry. I was very interested in Jazz and I met my boyfriend at a Jazz club. My parents didn’t want their daughter to marry a eigner. Without their permission, I gave up. But I still thought of it. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语。
  • To Benjamin Baily. Inverary, 18th July My dear Bailey; I am certain I have not a right feeling towards Women—at this moment I am striving to be just to them but I cannot—Is it because they fall so far beneath my boyish imagination? When I was a schoolboy I thought a fair woman a pure Goddess, my mind was a soft nest in which some one of them slept though she knew it not—I have no right to expect more than their reality. I thought them ethereal above Men—I find then perhaps equal—great by comparison is very small—Insult may be inflicted in more ways than by Word or action—one who is tender of being insulted in more ways than by word or action—one who is tender of being insulted does not like to think a n insults in a Lady’s Company—I commit a Crime with her which absence would have not known—Is it not extraordinary? When among Men I have no evil thoughts, no malice, no spleen—I feel free to speak or to be silent—I can listen and from every one I can learn—my hands are in my pockets I am free from all suspicion and comtable. When I am among Women I have evil thoughts, malice spleen—I cannot speak or be silent—I am full of Suspicions and theree listen to nothing—I am in a hurry to be gone—You must be charitable and put all this perversity to my being disappointed since Boyhood—Yet with such feelings I am happier alone among Crowds of men, by myself or with a friend or two—With all this trust me Bailey I have not the least idea that Men of different feelings and inclinations are more short sighted than myself—I never rejoiced more than at my brother’s marriage and shall do so at that of any of my friends. I must absolutely get over this—but how? That is a difficult thing; an obstinate Prejudice can seldom be produced but from a Gordian complication of feelings, which must take time to unravel and care to keep unraveled—I could say a good deal about this but I will leave it in hopes of better and more worthy dispositions—and also content that I am wronging no one, after all I do think better of Womankind than to suppose they are they care whether Mister John Keats five feet high likes them or not. 9658。
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