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看美剧学英语:《老友记0句经典口语(3) -01-7 18:6: 来源: 1、Too bad we must return them. 很不幸,我们必须退还它们(too bad开头来描述一件糟糕的事情)、Take my word it. 相信我3、Here’s to a lousy Christmas!(here’s to……为……而干杯)、I made a fool of myself.5、To hell with that bitch! 让那婊子见鬼去吧!(咒骂别人的时候,to hell with)6、The worst part is……最糟糕的是7、I think I should give it a shotgo!我觉得应该尝试一下!8、Now you tell me she’s not a knock-out! 你该不会说她不是个美人儿吧!9、Be good!be a manbe cool! 要听话像个男人的样子冷静点50、Nice save!救得好!打圆场避免失态(来源于足球)51、Man, you scared the shootcrap out of me!你把我吓坏了! Beat the crap out of sb(crap等于shoot,不过要稍微文雅一些;)5、You did it!你做到了!(或者还可以说I made it! 口语中要注意make, do等小词的运用)53、Let’s make a deal!我们做笔交易吧5、That was close!close one 好险55、What if I had the guts to quit my job.(have the guts有种,有勇气)56、How did it go with Ceria?和Ceria怎么样了?57、How’s it going? how are you doing?你好58、It’s not like (I did this on purpose).并不是……(又是典型的绕弯子式美国思维了!这句话还可以换成Not that I did this on purpose)59、How come you are working here? 你怎么在这里工作?(how comewhy)60、I’ll fix it! 我去搞定! 口语 经典 学英语 with英文中各个手指头的英文叫法 -01-7 ::55 来源: 1.thumb 大拇指  与汉语相映成趣的是,英语的all (fingers and ) thumbs也表示"笨手笨脚"的意思,例如:(1)I'm all fingers and thumbs this morning. I don't seem to be able to button up my shirt今天早上我的手怎么这么笨呢,好像连衬衫都扣不上了()He was so excited that his fingers were all thumbs and he dropped the teacup他激动得手都不好使了,竟把茶杯摔了. efinger 又称index finger,即食指  前缀e-表示"位置靠前的"(placed at thefront),所以从排位上说,efinger应为"第一指"从功用上看,此手指伸出时有标示或指向的作用在一些英语工具书中,我们会见到这样的表示"参见"(index)含义的手型符号3. middle finger 中指  此指居中,名正言顺,且与汉语说法也一致. ring finger 无名指  从世界各地的婚俗习惯来说,结婚戒指(wedding ring)戴在这一手指(通常指左手)之上,表示已婚5. little finger 顾名思义为小指  在美国和苏格兰,人们又赋予它一个爱称,管它叫 pinkie(pinky),后缀-ie(-y)有"小巧可爱"之意  五指长短不一,各有各的用处,但唯有相互协作才能发挥最大的功能 英文 各个 finger 表示Bacteria Bacteria are extremely small living things. While we measure our own sizes in inches or centimeters, bacterial size is measured in microns. One micron is a thousandth of a millimeter a pinhead is about a millimeter across. Rod-shaped bacteria are usually from two to four microns long, while rounded ones are generally one micron in diameter. Thus if you enlarged a rounded bacterium a thousand times, it would be just about the size of a pinhead. An adult human magnified by the same amount would be over a mile(1.6 kilometer) tall. Even with an ordinary microscope, you must look closely to see bacteria. Using a magnification of 0 times, one finds that bacteria are barely visible as tiny rods or dots. One cannot make out anything of their structure. Using special stains, one can see that some bacteria have attached to them wavy-looking "hairs" called flagella. Others have only one flagellum. The flagella rotate, pushing the bacteria through the water. Many bacteria lack flagella and cannot move about by their own power, while others can glide along over surfaces by some little- understood mechanism. From the bacteria point of view, the world is a very different place from what it is to humans. To a bacterium water is as thick as molasses is to us. Bacteria are so small that they are influenced by the movements of the chemical molecules around them. Bacteria under the microscope, even those with no flagella, often bounce about in the water. This is because they collide with the watery molecules and are pushed this way and that. Molecules move so rapidly that within a tenth of a second the molecules around a bacteria have all been replaced by new ones; even bacteria without flagella are thus constantly exposed to a changing environment. 9

Statistics There were two widely divergent influences on the early development of statistical methods. Statistics had a mother who was dedicated to keeping orderly records of governmental s (state and statistics come from the same Latin root status) and a gentlemanly gambling father who relied on mathematics to increase his skill at playing the odds in games of chance. The influence of the mother on the offspring,statistics, is represented by counting, measuring,describing, tabulating, ordering, and the taking of censuses -- all of which led to modern descriptive statistics. From the influence of the father came modern inferential statistics, which is based squarely on theories of probability. Descriptive statistics involves tabulating, depicting and describing collections of data. These data may be quantitative such as measures of height, intelligence or grade level -- variables that are characterized by an underlying continuum -- or the data may represent qualitative variables, such as sex, college major or personality type. Large masses of data must generally undergo a process of summarization or reduction bee they are comprehensible. Descriptive statistics is a tool describing or summarizing or reducing to comprehensible m the properties of an otherwise unwieldy mass of data. Inferential statistics is a malized body of methods solving another class of problems that present great difficulties the unaided human mind. This general class of problems characteristically involve attempts to make predictions using a sample of observations. example, a school superintendent wishes to determine the proportion of children in a large school system who come to school without breakfast, have been vaccinated flu, or whatever. Having a little knowledge of statistics, the superintendent would know that it is unnecessary and inefficient to question each child the proportion the entire district could be estimated fairly accurately from a sample of as few as 0 children. Thus, the purpose of inferential statistics is to predict or estimate characteristics of a population from a knowledge of the characteristics of only a sample of the population. 0

by Henry David Thoreau 享利.大卫.梭罗(著) However mean your life is,meet it and live it ;do not shun it and call it hard names.It is not so bad as you are.It looks poorest when you are richest.The fault-finder will find faults even in paradise.Love your life,poor as it is.You may perhaps have some pleasant,thrilling,glorious hours,even in a poor-house.The setting sun is reflected from the windows of the alms-house as brightly as from the rich man abode;the snow melts bee its door as early in the spring.I do not see but a quiet mind may live as contentedly there,and have as cheering thoughts,as in a palace.The town poor seem to me often to live the most independent lives of any.May be they are simply great enough to receive without misgiving.Most think that they are above being supported by the town;but it often happens that they are not above supporting themselves by dishonest means.which should be more disreputable.Cultivate poverty like a garden herb,like sage.Do not trouble yourself much to get new things,whether clothes or friends,Turn the old,return to them.Things do not change;we change.Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts. 不论你的生活如何卑贱,你要面对它生活,不要躲避它,更别用恶言咒骂它它不像你那样坏你最富有的时候,倒是看似最穷爱找缺点的人就是到天堂里也能找到缺点你要爱你的生活,尽管它贫穷甚至在一个济贫院里,你也还有愉快、高兴、光荣的时候夕阳反射在济贫院的窗上,像身在富户人家窗上一样光亮;在那门前,积雪同在早春融化我只看到,一个从容的人,在哪里也像在皇宫中一样,生活得心满意足而富有愉快的思想城镇中的穷人,我看,倒往往是过着最独立不羁的生活也许因为他们很伟大,所以受之无愧大多数人以为他们是超然的,不靠城镇来援他们;可是事实上他们是往往利用了不正当的手段来对付生活,他们是毫不超脱的,毋宁是不体面的视贫穷如园中之花而像圣人一样耕植它吧!不要找新的花样,无论是新的朋友或新的衣,来麻烦你自己找旧的,回到那里去万物不变,是我们在变你的衣可以卖掉,但要保留你的思想 78

英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- :9: 来源: -Distress高速下载 1.You seem worried..I am very concerned that I am going to fail the final exame.3.There is nothing to worry about..I am very terrified this sort of stories.5.You almost scared me to death.6.You don't have to be anxious about traveling on your own.7.She is feeling blue,because she didn't do well in the exame8.I've been feeling a bit down in the dumps lately 9.It freightens me when I have to walk home late in the dark..I wonder why she gave me sorrowful looks.Dialogue 1A:What's the matter? You don't look well.B:I am worried.A:What about?B:My exame.A:Oh,is that all?B:I feel very nervous about it.A:Don't worrry about it. Try to look on the bright sight of things.Dialogue A:Are you all right?B:I will be all right soon.I was terrified when I watched themfall from the wire.A:Don't worry.He is an acrobatB:I see.Dialogue 3A:I'm worring that she may be lost.B:Be relax.She is familiar with the area.A:After all, she is a five-year-old kidB:Ok,I'll go out and look her Dialogue A:Anything wrong? SloviaB:Nothing.A:Why are you so sad then? B:I am falling to pieces. Everything turns against to me.B:Cheer up. You can take it.A:I hope so.Dialogue 5A:It's a worry to me whether he is able to pass the exame or not.B:I think he is able to pass with your help.A:I'm not sure.B:He's been working hard recently, hasn't he?Dialogue 6W:Would you like to come to our party?M:I'd like to.But I'm not myself today.W:what happened? You look so pale.M:It's the end of the world me.W:What makes you say that?M:Today,I'm told I failed three courses.W:Oh,that's too bad.M:Work harder next term.W:I'm such a fool that duplication of eft is only a waste time to me.M:Don't loose heart.Everything will be fine.W:I hope so.James and Patrick were alone in the office.Patrick didn't notlook very cheerful,so James asked him what had heppened. Patricksaid:Oh nothing special.I'm just a bit fed up.James asked whether he was fed up with the job.Patrick said he was fed upwith every thing,with catching the same train everymorning,setting in the same office all day, watching the sametelevison progames.Theree,James advised him to have a holiday.Beacuse he knew that reason why Patrick was so dispressed was that he did the same sort of job years andyears.There was no variety in his life 小时 上半 每天 英语口语

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