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Professor: Winnie, today we#39;re going to listen to Emily and Peter talking about movies on their blind date.哎,初次约会通过聊电影来了解对方,这办法不错!Professor: I agree! Now let#39;s find out if they both like going to the movies in their free time.P: So Emily, what do you like to do for fun?E: I like to go to the movies. What do you do in your free time?P: I also like going to the movies.E: Well that#39;s great! It#39;s nice that we have something in common.听起来俩人都爱看电影,已经有共同话题了!对了,Professor Bowman, doing something ;for fun; 和 doing something ;in your free time; 有区别么?P: They#39;re very similar. When you want to know what people#39;s hobbies are, you can ask them what they do ;for fun;, or what they do ;in their free time;.原来如此,那我可以说 ;I like studying English in my free time.;P: Exactly, Winnie! Now let#39;s listen and see when they go to the movies.E: When do you usually go to the movies?P: I usually go in my free time on the weekends. How about you?E: The movie theater is always so crowded on the weekends. I like to go to the movies during the week.P: That#39;s true. And sometimes the tickets are cheaper during the week as well.Professor: It looks like Emily and Peter like going to the movies at different times. Did you hear the difference, Winnie?嗯,好像Peter是周末去电影院,但Emily嫌周末人多,所以她一般都是周一到周五去看电影。Professor: That#39;s right, and Peter says the tickets are cheaper during the week too. What kind of movies do you think they like?唔,男生和女生喜欢的电影类型一定不一样,最好能有什么类型的电影是他们俩都喜欢的,这样第二次约会就有戏了!Professor: Let#39;s listen and find out.P: I like watching comedies, like ;Borat;. Do you like watching comedies too?E: Not really, I like watching horror movies, like ;The Unborn;.P: You like horror movies? I don#39;t like them because they#39;re too scary! I like comedies because I love to laugh.E: I like horror movies because I like to be scared.啊呀,他俩的电影口味相差很远呢!Emily是个女孩子,结果反倒爱看恐怖片,Peter是男子汉,却不敢看这种电影。Professor Bowman,我有个问题,他们好像管喜剧叫;comedies;,而不是;comedy movies;,这是为什么?Professor: Well, Winnie, for some kinds of movies, you don#39;t have to use the word ;movies; after them. For example, you can talk about ;comedies,; ;dramas; and ;thrillers;, and everyone will know you#39;re talking about movies.我明白了。comedies喜剧片、dramas剧情片和thrillers惊险片,后面都不用加movies. Professor Bowman,你觉得,他们电影口味不同,还会继续约会么?Professor: I think if they really like each other, they#39;ll find a way to solve the problem. Let#39;s listen.P: Well, it#39;s too bad that we like different kinds of movies. Maybe we#39;re just different kinds of people.E: Yeah it#39;s too bad ... but actually I think I know what to do.P: What#39;s that?E: We can go to a horror movie, and I#39;ll hold your hand so you don#39;t get scared.P: You mean ... like on a second date?E: Of course! Or are you still too scared!P: No way! That sounds great!哈!Emily可真不简单!她不仅安排了第二次约会,而且还找到了和Peter拉手的理由!Professor: That was indeed very smart of her, Winnie! It looks like this date was a success after all.是啊!您说他们能成一对儿么?Professor: Well, we#39;ll have to listen in next time and see what happens. /201208/195255Are you y for 2013?为2013年做好准备了吗?Most financial-planning advice, like most New Year#39;s resolutions, is too complex or too banal.大多数财务规划建议就像大多数新年许愿一样,不是太复杂就是太平庸。Half of it is designed for Type-A drill sergeants who aly alphabetize their refrigerators. The other half you#39;ve heard before.一半的建议是专为具有A型人格的军事操练教官设计的,这些人已经按字母顺序给冰箱里的食物排好了序。另一半你已经听说过了。Let#39;s assume you are aly paying off your credit cards, contributing to your 401(k) at work and flossing after every meal.让我们假设你已经还清了信用卡债务,缴纳了养老保险,每次用餐后都用牙线清洁了牙缝。Here are six unusual, and doable, smart money moves for the new year.以下是为来年准备的六条虽不寻常但却可行的聪明理财建议。1 Work out your biggest savings goal.1. 弄清你的最大储蓄目标Many people working today are likely to live for three decades after they become eligible for Social Security, but few of them have a clue what that means financially.目前还在工作的人在他们有资格领取社会保障金之后还有可能再活30年,但他们中很少有人明白这在经济上意味着什么。Just 42% of working-age Americans have even tried to calculate what they will need in retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.华盛顿智库员工福利研究所(Employee Benefit Research Institute)说,处于工作年龄的美国人仅有42%曾经尝试过计算退休后需要多少钱。The grim reality: 60% of them have less than ,000 saved up, excluding the value of their home, and 30% have less than ,000. Good luck with that.严峻的现实是:其中60%的人储蓄不到2.5万美元(不含房屋价值),30%的人储蓄不到1,000美元。祝你好运。How much will you need? To replace your current income for 30 years, you would need -- assuming an investment return of three percentage points above inflation -- about 20 times one year#39;s income. Social Security aims to replace about 40% of your annual income: By that yardstick you would need to save about 12 times your annual income before you retire.你需要多少钱养老?按照你目前的收入水平,退休后再活30年,你需要的资金大概是一年收入的20倍(假设投资收益率比通胀率高三个百分点)。社会保障金大致相当于你年收入的40%。按照这一标准衡量,你在退休前的储蓄量应该约为你年收入的12倍。For a more precise number, use the Social Security Administration#39;s retirement estimator. Subtract your expected annual benefit from your current yearly pay, and multiply by 20.想要知道一个更精确的数字,可以使用社会安全局(Social Security Administration)提供的退休评估器。从你目前的年薪中减去你预期能领取的年度福利金,将差值乘以20就是退休后需要的资金。2 Ramp up your investments.2. 增加投资Open a Roth individual retirement account, if you don#39;t have one aly. You can invest up to ,000 for 2012 and ,500 for 2013 and a nonworking spouse can invest the same. If you are older than 50, add ,000.开设一个罗斯(Roth)个人退休帐户(如果你还没有的话)。2012年你最多可投资5,000美元,2013年最多可投5,500美元。没有工作的配偶也能投资相同数额。如果你年龄大于50岁,再增加1,000美元投资。Then invest some money in a fund, such as the WisdomTree Emerging Markets Small Cap Dividend exchange-traded fund (DGS), specializing in smaller-company stocks in emerging markets. It shouldn#39;t be the whole of your portfolio, but it should be in there. This is likely to be a volatile growth investment.然后将部分资金投资一只基金,如专注投资新兴市场小型股的交易所买卖基金WisdomTree Emerging Markets Small Cap Dividend ETF。这虽然不该是你投资组合的全部,但应该成为其中的一个部分。这可能是一项波动性较大的增长投资。Emerging markets offer the best overall returns of any investment at the moment, according to two groups of experts who successfully predicted the last two financial crises: Research Affiliates, the investment advisory firm founded by Robert Arnott, and GMO, the fund company co-founded by Jeremy Grantham. GMO estimates that emerging markets offer an investment return over seven years of 50% plus inflation, handsomely beating any rival asset class.据两组成功预测过去两次金融危机的专家介绍,眼下新兴市场所能提供的整体回报是所有投资中最高的。这两组专家所供职的机构分别是Research Affiliates和GMO。前者是罗伯特·阿诺特(Robert Arnott)成立的一家投资咨询公司。后者是杰瑞米·格雷森(Jeremy Grantham)与他人共同创立的基金公司。GMO估计,如果算上通胀率,新兴市场在七年内提供的投资回报率可以达到50%,轻松击败任何与之竞争的资产类别。3 Try homemade month.3. 试着在家做饭一个月Say goodbye to the soy chai lattes, burritos, pastas primavera and Overflowing Bucket O#39; Fries (a genuine bar food item spotted in Boston). Pick a month -- any month -- and try not eating out at all, for breakfast, lunch or dinner.向豆奶印度拿铁、卷饼、蔬菜意大利面和Overflowing Bucket O的炸薯条(波士顿常见的一种酒吧食品)说再见吧。试着挑一个月(随便哪个月)完全在家用餐,早午晚三餐均是如此。It#39;s not easy. But these meals add up.要做到这点并不容易,但省下的餐费可不少。It costs you to get a sandwich at work for lunch. It would cost you in ingredients, and five minutes of time, to make that sandwich at home. Do you earn an hour, after tax? If so, you can ignore the rest of this article. If not, try making the sandwich.工作日买一个三明治当午餐要花10美元。然而在家做一个三明治的话,购买食材只需要两美元,制作三明治仅需五分钟。你的工资能达到每小时96美元吗,而且还是税后?如果能,这部分你就不用看了。如果不能,尝试自己做三明治吧。Financial planners say that when new clients audit their household spending for the first time, the biggest shock is usually how much they spend in restaurants -- 70% of which goes to paying the restaurant#39;s rent and labor costs.理财顾问们常说,新客户在第一次审计自己的家庭出时,最让他们感到震惊的通常是在餐馆的花费。这些花费中有70%都替餐馆付了店面租金和员工工资。Why do we go out to restaurants that promise #39;homemade#39; food?我们为什么要到餐馆吃家常菜?4 Stop the bleeding.4. 止血If you#39;re like a lot of families, you spend 0 or even 0 a month on cellphones, cable or satellite TV and Internet.如果你和许多家庭一样,那么你每个月得花200美元甚至300美元付手机、有线电视或卫星电视以及互联网费用。Take a scalpel -- or an axe -- to that budget and see what you can cut. Call your cellular provider and your TV company -- cable or satellite -- and haggle. Chances are, they will cut you a deal.分析一下这部分预算,看看哪些可以避免。打电话给你的手机务商和你的有线电视和卫星电视务商,和他们砍价。你很有可能因此减少很大一部分出。Try dumping pay TV altogether and watching movies and TV instead using an online service like Netflix, Amazon or Hulu Plus (partly owned by News Corp., owner of The Wall Street Journal), for less than a month.尝试放弃付费电视,用Netflix、亚马逊(Amazon)或是Hulu Plus等在线务看电影或电视节目,这些务每个月的花费还不到10美元。Hulu Plus部分属于新闻集团(News Corp.)所有。《华尔街日报》属新闻集团所有。If your family spends 0 a month on cellphones and pay TV, that#39;s ,400 a year. Over the course of 20 years, if you invested that money instead at 4%, you#39;d have an extra ,000.如果你家每月为手机和付费电视付200美元,一年就要花掉2,400美元。如果你把这笔钱以4%的利息投资20年,可以净赚70,000美元。Haggle. Cut.砍价,消减不必要出。5 Hold a two-week auction.5. 进行一场为期两周的拍卖Turn your house into Sotheby#39;s for two weeks. Go on eBay.com and Craigslist.com and auction off everything you don#39;t need.把自己的房子变成苏富比拍卖公司(Sotheby#39;s),为期两周。上eBay.com和Craigslist.com网站,拍卖掉一切你不需要的东西。The spare cellphone(s) in the kitchen drawer. The second, unused lawn mower. The designer vase you never use.厨房抽屉里多余的手机。没有用过的备用割草机。你从来不用的设计师花瓶。Everything.一切东西。Set yourself a target. Double it. Then see how close you get. Get the entire family involved.给自己设定一个目标。然后将目标翻一倍。然后看看你最终能实现多少。动员全家人参与进来。Removing clutter is a great stress-buster, as psychologists since Ralph Waldo Emerson have noticed.正如爱默生(Ralph Waldo Emerson)以来的心理学家所指出的那样,去繁存简是一个很棒的减压方法。This project will raise some free money. A process like this also has a remarkable way of focusing everyone in the family on the true value of a dollar.这个计划会筹到一些钱。像这样一个过程是使所有家庭成员关注钱的真正价值的绝妙方法。6 Imagine you#39;re dead.6. 想像自己已经死了Cheerful, isn#39;t it?你是高兴呢,还是不高兴?This is why so few people think about dying. Yet from a financial perspective, they need to. Chances are you haven#39;t prepared in case it happens.正因为如此,很少有人想象自己马上就要死了。然而从理财角度说,人们需要设想一下这种可能。有很大的可能是死亡来临时,你还没有准备好。This is not just about the elderly. About one in eight people currently aged 40 will die before they reach 65, according to government statistics.并不是只有老年人应该这样做。据政府的统计数据显示,目前年龄在40岁的人中有八分之一都将在65岁前去世。This means two things.这意味着两件事。First: Get life insurance, and disability insurance, if you have dependents.首先,这意味着如果有人需要你供养的话,你要去投保人寿保险和伤残保险。Most people have some kind of coverage through work. It is usually desperately inadequate. Both one- and two-income households probably need more. It costs about 0,000 to raise a child for 18 years, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Four years of private college is another 0,000, according to the College Board. Could your surviving spouse cope on his or her own?大部分人都通过工作多多少少地有些保险。但通常极度不够。单职工和双职工家庭都可能需要更多的保险。据美国农业部的数据显示,将一个孩子养到18岁需要约25万美元。美国大学理事会(College Board)的数据显示,四年私立大学又需要16万美元。如果你去世了,你的配偶一个人能应付得来吗?Second: It means make a will. If you aly have one, make sure it is up to date.其次,这意味着你要立份遗嘱。如果你已经立过遗嘱,要确保遗嘱是最新的。Dying intestate -- without a will -- can be catastrophic for the family left behind. And few disasters can be so easily and cheaply prevented.对于一个家庭来说,未留遗嘱就去世可能带来灾难性的后果。几乎没有哪种灾难能够立一份遗嘱就可以轻松便宜地防止。 /201301/223287

“屌丝”这个词似乎在一夜之间成了网络红词,人人都自称“屌丝”,可似乎人人又都算不上“屌丝”。那么,“屌丝”这个词英语怎么说呢?Plebs is short for plebians, derived from the period of the Ancient Romans. The plebeians were the general body of Roman citizens and those who were privileged were labeled patricians.Plebs是plebians一词的简写形式,源于古罗马时期。Plebians指古罗马时期的普通民众,比他们身份更高贵的被称为patricians(贵族)。Nowadays, plebs is one associated with those in the lower class. They were often defined as members of a low-born, despised social class and a commoner, while many people who consider themselves modern-day patricians often look down and mock them.如今,plebs多指处于社会底层的人,即我们所说的“屌丝”。他们多被归类为出生低下、平凡无奇,且被轻视的社会阶层。而那些自认为是现代社会贵族的人经常会鄙视或嘲笑他们。 /201211/209926

A Canadian photographer has given the term #39;boyfriend jeans#39; a whole new meaning.一位加拿大的摄影师给流行热潮 “男友式牛仔裤” 赋予了全新的含义。Hana Pesut, 30, has been photographing couples, friends and family in their own outfits, and then again in each other#39;s, since 2010 for a book project called Switcheroo.30岁的哈娜·佩舒特从2010年起,就为一个名为“Switcheroo”的研究项目拍摄成组的情侣、朋友或家人照片,他们先是穿着自己的一身衣,然后再互换衣后拍摄。Mixing and matching skirts and jeans; trucker caps and straw hats; parkas and pea coats; pendants and bow ties; and heels and heavy boots, the compelling couples look at once goofy and intimate dressed in each others clothes.混合搭配的裙子和牛仔裤;卡车帽和草帽;风衣和羊毛外套;耳坠和领结;高跟鞋和厚靴子,这一对对互换衣后,立马就变得又傻气又亲密,十分引人注目。Ms Pesut told the Globe and Mail: #39;It’s a nice way to take a portrait and to see the way couples interact with one another. To see how much fun it is for them to see each other in each other’s clothes.佩舒特女士告诉《环球邮报》的记者:“这是一个很好的拍照方式,可以看出两人彼此互动。而且我也会发现,他们看到对方穿着自己的衣是多么有趣。”#39;A couple of guys have not liked it. They act like their girlfriend tricked them into doing it. Others are good sports. They know they look funny. It’s all just for fun.#39;“有些男生不喜欢这种方式,他们表现得就像被女朋友骗过来的一样。其他人表现很好,他们知道自己看起来很有滑稽。一切都是为了好玩。”The idea first came to Ms Pesut, who works as a deejay and handles social media for a company in the entertainment business, while on a camping trip with friends.佩舒特身兼唱片师和业务公司的社媒管理人,是在跟朋友一起露营的时候得到这个想法的。#39;I was camping with some friends and two of them were dressed in very different styles. One was wearing tie dye, sequins, silk scarves and everything was very colorful, whereas the other was wearing black jeans and a black T-shirt, so we thought it would be fun for them to switch outfits and I decided to take before and after photos.“我跟一些朋友去露营,当中有两个打扮的风格非常不同。一个身上元素很多:扎染、亮片、真丝围巾和各种色鲜艳的装饰,而另一个穿着黑牛仔裤和黑T恤,所以我们就想着也许他们互换一下行头会很有趣,然后我就决定在他们换装前后各照一张照片。”#39;After that day, I would see couples walking in the street and I would wonder what they would look like in each others outfits so I thought it would be fun to find out.#39;“从那天以后,我就会看街上的情侣,想象他们互换衣后的样子,我觉得这将是很有趣的发现。”So she began chronicling the images, which she takes at locations that resonate with each couple, on her blog sincerelyhana.com, before she complied them for an up-coming book which she is currently raising funds for via Indiegogo.于是她开始在她的客sincerelyhana.com上记录照片,她会选择能引起每对情侣共鸣的地点拍摄。之后她会把照片编辑到一本即将出版的书里,现在正在通过募资网站Indiegogo筹集资金。#39;I think people find it really intriguing to see someone that they are close with dressed up as them,#39; she said.“我觉得人们看到自己很亲近的人穿上自己的衣,也都会觉得十分有意思。” 她说道。Special spots: Ms Pesut chooses each location based on places that are special or memorable for each couple.特殊地点:佩舒特每次选景都会选在对于这对情侣非常特殊和难忘的地方。Not so sure: The photographer admitted, #39;A couple of guys have not liked it. They act like their girlfriend tricked them into doing it. Others are good sports. They know they look funny. It’s all just for fun#39;.不太确定:摄影师也承认,“有些人不喜欢这种方式。他们表现得就像是他们的女友骗他们来的。其他人表现很好。他们知道自己看起来很有滑稽。一切都是为了好玩”。Boy meets girl: Ms Pesut said, #39;Some of the men are usually a little unsure of what they are getting into but once they are actually in the women#39;s clothing they realize it#39;s not so bad, sometimes they really pull it off!#39;男孩遇见女孩:佩舒特说,“有些男人常常会有一点搞不清楚自己在穿什么,但是一旦真的穿上了女人的衣,他们就发现没那么糟糕,有时他们真的会马上脱掉!”#39;They learn the trick that high heels make your legs look longer!#39;“不过他们了解到了,高跟鞋会让人的腿看起来更长!”Mirror, mirror: The photographer thinks of her portraits as a way to #39;see the way couples interact with one another. To see how much fun it is for them to see each other in each other’s clothes#39;魔镜啊,魔镜:摄影师觉得她的照片能够“看出两人彼此互动的方式。也会发现在他们看到对方穿着自己的衣是多么有趣。”Globe trotter: She has photographed over 200 #39;switcheroos#39; all over the world, including Spain, Japan, France, Austria, Mexico, Canada and America.全球覆盖:她在全球已经拍摄了近200对“换装达人”,包括西班牙、日本、法国、奥地利、墨西哥、加拿大和美国。Final cut: Ms Pesut is publishing a 64-page book of some of her favorite images, which she hopes to have printed in January 2013最后一步:佩舒特将她最喜欢的照片打算出版成一本64页的书籍,希望能在2013年1月出版。 /201211/210435

  

  A couple was celebrating their golden wedding anniversary. Their domestic tranquillity* had long been the talk of the town. A local newspaper reporter was inquiring as to the secret of their long and happy marriage.一对夫妇在庆祝他们的金婚纪念。镇上的邻居都交口称赞他们的家庭和睦,于是一位本地报纸的记者前来采访,以希探寻他们长久和睦婚姻的原因。;Well, it dates back to our honeymoon,; explained the lady. ;We visited the Grand Canyon and took a trip down to the bottom of the canyon by pack mule. We hadn#39;t gone too far when my husband#39;s mule stumbled.;“这得从我们蜜月旅行说起,”太太解释道。“我们当时去大峡谷旅游,各骑一条驮骡行走在峡谷底部。走了不多远,我丈夫的驴绊了一跤。”;My husband quietly said #39;That#39;s once.#39; We proceeded a little farther when the mule stumbled again. Once more my husband quietly said, #39;That#39;s twice.#39; We hadn#39;t gone a half-mile when the mule stumbled a third time.;“我丈夫平静地说‘第一次’,继续走了一段后驴又绊了一跤,我丈夫依旧平静地说‘第二次’,当我们走了半英里,驴绊了第三次。”;My husband promptly removed a revolver* from his pocket and shot him.;;I started to protest over his treatment of the mule when he looked at me and quietly said #39;That#39;s once.#39;;我丈夫迅速掏出手射死了驴。我开始抱怨丈夫,不该这么对待驮骡。他平静地看着我,说“第一次”。 /201301/218099。

  

  The Irish Claddagh Rings are probably the most culturally rich pieces of jewelry ever recorded in history. The meaning, significance and history of the Cladagh ring has a rich ancient past that dates back to over 300 years. The design of the Cladag ring and even the way the ring is worn are all deeply rooted in Irish tradition. Today, the meaning of the Claddagh ring and the significance of wearing Claddagh rings has sp far and wide. The Cladaugh ring is made and worn far beyond the small fishing village in Ireland where the tradition started over 300 years ago.爱尔兰克拉达戒大概是载入历史的最具有传统文化意义的首饰。克拉达戒指的历史可以追溯到300年前的古代爱尔兰。克拉达戒指的巧妙设计以及其蕴含不同意义的佩戴方法都充分体现了爱尔兰传统。今天,克拉达戒指的内在含义以及佩戴方法的精妙之处都为全世界人所知,这个小小的“魔戒”不再是爱尔兰独有的产物。Meaning of the Claddagh ring. What do the Cladagh rings mean?克拉达戒指的意义The meaning of the claddagh ring is what gives the ring it#39;s significance. Over the years the cladagh ring has brought up designs with minor variations, the basic meaning and significance of the Irish claddagh ring has however been retained. The hands of the ring are shown holding the heart and the hands denote friendship and togetherness, the heart itself signifies love and the crown in the claddagh ring stands for loyalty. It is this meaning of the claddagh rings that make them an ideal choice for all occassions, wedding rings, birth stone rings, engagement rings, mothers day rings and rings for just about any other occassion. The deep and true meaning of the Irish claddagh rings has also put them into a group of rings referred to as the faith rings. In today#39;s materialistic world where love, friendship and loyalty are becoming increasingly rarer by the day, the claddagh ring with it#39;s realistic and worthy meaning makes an ideal gift to give and to receive.克拉达戒指的真真价值在于它所表达的丰富意义。克拉达戒指流传至今在设计细节上有小小的变动,然而这颗小小“魔戒”的内涵却一直保留至今。戒指的图案是一双手捧着一颗心,在心的顶端有个。这双手代表着友谊和不分离;而心代表着爱;而代表着对爱的忠诚。因为克拉达戒指的独特意义,很多人将它作为婚戒、出生礼物、订婚戒、母情节礼物....也正是因为克拉达戒指的意义,很多人也将其当成是自己信仰的标志,佩戴在手上。在当今社会,物质的欲望往往大过精神世界,这颗小小的“魔戒”作为信物,任然捍卫者人们的爱情、友谊以及忠诚。 History of the Claddagh ring. The Claddagh Irish tradition.克拉达戒指的历史由来The history of the Claddagh ring dates back to over 300 years. A small fishing village in Ireland called the Claddagh was where the tradition of the Claddagh rings first started. The word Claddagh itself comes from the Irish term #39;An Cladach#39; that means a #39;flat stony shore#39;. This was a pretty and ancient village with winding streets and small thatched roofed mud houses. Modernisation has changed all that now but the tradition of the Claddagh ring lives on and has infact grown much stronger in many parts of the world.克拉达戒指的历史可以追溯到300年以前的爱尔兰。在爱尔兰一个叫克拉达的小渔村就是克拉达戒指的发源地。克拉达戒指在爱尔兰语里的意思是“平坦的石岸”。克拉达在古代是个美丽而古老的村庄,蜿蜒的街道和泥土坯的草房子是这个村庄的特色景观。然而现代化让村庄的特色不复存在,而克拉达戒指却让爱尔兰传统文化延续下来,为世界所接受。Wearing the Claddagh ring. Which hand to wear Cladag Rings.怎样佩戴克拉达戒指The meaning and significance of the Claddagh ring is not just in the crown, heart and clasping hands, it also extends to the hand on which the ring is worn and the direction in which the crown on the ring points. In case of a married or engaged person Claddagh rings are worn on the left hand with the crown pointing away from the (the person wearing the ring) heart. For a person willing to consider love the ring is traditionally worn on the right hand with the crown pointing away from the heart. For a person not interested in starting a relationship the Cladagh ring is worn on the right hand with the crown pointing towards the heart.爱尔兰戒指的意义不仅仅在于它设计的意义,佩戴克拉大戒指的方法也十分重要。如果是结了婚或是已经订婚,戒指应该戴在左手,并且(心尖)朝外;如果你还在寻找你的爱人,按照传统,戒指应该佩戴在左手,并且(心尖)朝外;如果你还不想恋爱,戒指就应该佩戴在右手,并且(心尖)朝向自己。 /201307/248707

  

  

  

  As many as half of Facebook users are risking psychological damage from using the site to spy on ex lovers, according to new research.根据一项最新研究,有多达半数的Facebook用户使用该网站查看前情人的消息,这可能导致使用者的心理受创。Two of the most cited reasons for accessing Facebook are to keep in touch with others and to surreptitiously monitor them - with between a third and half of users using it to check up on ex-partners.用户使用Facebook网站的两大原因是与他人保持联系与暗中关注他们,其中有三分之一到一半的用户登录Facebook查看前情人的消息。With close to a billion users, it means hundreds of millions may be finding it more difficult to get over a broken romance.Facebook网站有近十亿用户,这意味着有亿万用户因此更难度过情伤。Psychologist Dr Tara Marshall said in the past, such spying and keeping tabs with what your ex was up to was challenging.心理学家塔拉-马歇尔士说,过去,像是暗中监视或者密切注意前情人这种事很难办到。You could try and pry information from his or her friends, telephone, or drop by their place, but it was usually unlikely you would turn up much useful information.过去,你可以试着通过你或者前情人的朋友、电话,或者顺便拜访住处,探听前情人的消息,不过通常得不到太多有用信息。This made it easy for people to distance themselves from the relationship and move on - an emotionally healthy breakup.这样人们更容易走出感情,开始新生活,是情感健康的分手方式。But as long as you remain #39;friends#39; with your ex on Facebook, they are now able to keep up with everything you are doing.不过,只要你与前情人还是Facebook“好友”,他们现在就能了解到你的动态。While satisfying a certain curiosity factor, it seems likely that it would make it far more difficult to actually emotionally distance yourself from your past relationship.这虽然满足了一些好奇心,实际上却可能让人更难走出过往恋情。In a survey of 464 participants, most of whom were undergraduate students, she found people who remain Facebook friends with an ex-partner will experience poorer breakup adjustment and personal growth relative to those who do not.马歇尔在调查中发现,与前情人还是Facebook好友的受访者,其分手后的调整过程与个人成长, 不如不保持好友关系的受访者顺利。共有464名受访者参与调查,其中多数是大学生。The findings suggest continued online exposure to an ex-romantic partner may inhibit post-breakup recovery.研究结果显示,在网上持续接触前任的信息可能有阻分手后的恢复。Notably, frequent monitoring of an ex-partner#39;s Facebook page and list of friends was associated with greater distress.值得一提的是,频繁关注前情人的Facebook主页和好友名单可能使人更加抑郁。Dr Brenda Wiederhold, editor of Cyberpsychology, Behaviour and Social Networking which published the research, added: ;This study sees again virtual life mirroring real life.《网络心里学、行为与社交媒体》杂志的编辑布伦达-维德霍尔德补充说:“从研究可以看出,虚拟生活可以影射现实。”;Just as real life contact with ex-partners may inhibit growth, healing, and well-being, so may virtual contact.;“正如同与前任在现实生活中的接触会阻碍个人成长、痊愈,甚至让自己无法过得更好,网络上的接触也是一样。” /201210/202780

  

  Menswear is a retail segment on the rise, but some cities have been quicker to embrace new style trends than others.在零售市场上,男装的销售正在走俏。而有些城市的男人显然更乐于追逐时尚。Custom suitmaker Arden Reed found the best-dressed cities in America when it comes to men#39;s fashion, looking at regional Google search results for ;men#39;s style; and their own figures on apparel expenditures per person.定制西设计师亚顿-里德通过在不同城市中用谷歌搜索“男士时尚”的关键词,并且结合自己所拥有的关于不同地域男士在装上的花费,得出了全美男士着装最佳的城市。America is changing. The advent of Mad Men, Suits and White Collar has created a more style conscious man.美国正在变化。随着美剧《广告狂人》、《金装律师》、《妙贼警探》的热播,男士们对时尚也越来越敏感了。Looking for “Men’s Style”搜索“男士时尚”Search results for “Men’s Style” has increased over 20% in the last two years搜索“男士时尚”,所得到的结果比两年前增加了20%Menswear Purchases are growing 30% faster than womenswear男装销售的增长要比女装快30%Most Stylish Cities男士最会穿的城市We checked search results for “Men’s Style” regionally within the ed States and backchecked our figures with apparel expenditures per person. This allowed us to come up with the best dressed cities in America for men.我们查阅了在美国不同地区输入关键词“男士时尚”的搜索结果,并和我们自己的人均装消费记录做了对比。得出了全美男士着装最佳的城市。No.1: New York第一名:纽约No.2: Los Angeles第二名:洛杉矶No.3: San Diego第三名:圣地亚哥No.4: Chicago第四名:芝加哥No.5: Seattle第五名:西雅图No.6: Boston第六名:波士顿No.7: Denver第七名:丹佛No.8: San Francisco第八名:旧金山No.9: Washington第九名:华盛顿No.10: Phoenix第十名:凤凰城Who are these men?这些男士都是谁?62% more salary per year than the average62%的男士年收入高于平均水平40% more likely to have a bachelor’s degree40%的男士拥有学士学位42% more likely to have never been married42%的男士从未结过婚Spend 22% more on apparel than the average American这些男士在装上的花费要比美国人均装花费多22%The worst dressed cites男士最不会穿的城市We also wanted to take a look at which markets were the worst dressed. We took the best correlating metric to be the cities with the most searches for a certain bedazzled shirt brand. The top three ranked as follows: Las Vegas, Irvine, Richardson.我们也想看一看那些男士最不会穿衣的城市。我们采用了关联度最大的衡量标准,即那些低档的男装品牌在哪些城市中被搜索得最多。我们也得出了三个穿衣最平庸的城市,它们依次是:、尔湾市和理查森市。 /201302/225657

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