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Part . My pet hate.Keywords. pet hate, dislike, filling up ms, horror, applying , giving inmation, personal life, habits, answers,questions, defects, job applications, false declarations, discrepancies.Vocabulary. pet hate, positive, obscure, prospective employer, measles, conceivably, confront, go blank,tonsil, delicate, contend, defect, contact lens, , dubious, summons, discrepancy.What do you dislike most?Listen to a passage about what is the speaker pet hate.Complete the statement in the left-hand column, and then note down the supporting details in the right-hand column.Of all things in the world, I mostly dislike filling up ms.In fact, I have a positive horror of it.Applying a driving license, registering an evening course, booking a holiday abroad...everything nowadays seems to involve giving inmation about one personal life and habits that has little or nothing to do with the matter in hand.When applying a job, it maybe of some obscure interest to a perspective employer to learn that I collect stamps, or had measles as child.But why should he conceivably want to know that my father was a tobacconist to live in eland and died when he was 8.The authorities who require one to fill up ms frequently demand answers to questions that one would hesitate to put to one intimate friends.The worst of it is that, when confront with such questions, my mind goes blank and I can hardly remember my own date of birth, let alone my nationality.Have I ever suffered from a serious illness? Have I? What do them mean by serious?I had my tonsils out in hospital when I was 8.My mother always assured me I was delicate, but father contended I was born lazy.Do I suffer from any personal defects?Well, I wear contact lenses and my upper teeth are not my own.But perhaps the word ;defect; applies to my character.Am I supposed to admit that I like gambling and find it difficult to get up in the morning, both of which are true.Of all, I think job applications are the worst——education, previous experience, posts held, give dates.Terrified by the awful warning about giving false declarations, which appears at the bottom of the m.I struggle to remember what exams I passed and how long I worked what firms.However hard I try, that always seems to be a year or two which I cannot satisfactorily .And which I am certain, if left blank, will give the impression that I was in prison or engaged in the some occupations too dubious to mention.Even when the m is safely posted, there is no relief as I hourly await the summons from some furious official to explain the discrepancies on my m. 353575。

1. What is the man destination?A. Salt Lake City, USAB. New York City, USAC. Helsinki, FinlandD. Stockholm, Sweden. When is the man departure date?A. the twenty-firstB. the twenty-secondC. the twenty-thirdD. the twenty-fourth3. What is the flight number the second half of his journey?A. 555B. 90C. D. 83. How long is the man layover between flights?A. less than an hourB. less than two hoursC. less than three hoursD. more than three hours5. What request did the man make regarding his flight?A. He asked a specially-prepared dinner.B. He wanted an aisle seat.C. He requested a bassinet his baby.D. He asked a seat near the front of the plane. 37568。

Google searching improves memoryA new study finds that internet searching exercises the brain. Did you note that the Internet could be a good exercise the brain? A new study from UCLA found it when middle age and senior age adults perm Internet searches, it activates many different areas of the brain including those involve with memory, decision making and reasoning. Join us today is the lead author of the study looking at this Dr Gary Smalls and he’s also the author of the book ibrain, surviving the technological alternation of the modern mind. Welcome Dr Smalls.Thank you! It’s great to be here.So, in my parents’ house, I have to tell you how it works. My mom and dad might sit up and it’s some point that they discussion, hey you are on the Internet, quit surfing Internet. Can I, now tell my parents it’s ok dad to surf in the Internet, it’s good his brain?Well, we don’t see any harm in it, and this first study to see what the brain looks like when it searches on the Internet showed very dramatic results compared to just ing a book test page, there was much greater activation and particularly in the front part of the brain that controls complex reasoning and decision making. That’s interesting, so it’s kind of can dicrossral puzzle sounds like. Well, it’s… it’s appearlly different from cross word puzzles but similar one thing about when we were searching on the web is we constantly deciding should you go this side or that other side, where as if just ing a book page the decision is should I turn the page when I finish the last sentence. And there are something about that decision making process, something about the interaction that is activating a much greater extend of brain circus. And it’s interesting. Now what about the ages while you’re looking at these kind of, I saw your study was real to be small, it seemed to be a people in the stuff I’d . Uh, what ages are we looking at when did this become potentially neuro-preventive people?We don’t know whether it’s neuro-pret-preventive and we don’t know about the age facts, but one thing I focus on in ibrain in my new book is digital divide between young people, digital * who are getting this technology -7 born into it, and the older generation of digital nade, the digital immigrants who come to at a more reluctantly laid and lie, and how do we bridge that so called brain gap by augrating the text skill of older people and helping younger people with the face-to-face human contact skills.It’s fascinating, we just have one last question you can comment, but I’ve been fascinated how able people in their 60s and 70s are really incorporating this new technology into their daily lives in the Internet searching accelerate, it really being amazing to can be seen how quick that’s happened. We are encouraging boomers and seniors to get involved in the technology to have fun within it and enjoy it in a great way to reach out people who are not nearby, the communicate ability is…(Absolutely) spectacular.Absolutely, sorry we are at the time, but thanks so much coming to see us Dr Smalls, love to hear what you had said. Thank you! 1。

Listen and ShareBroccoli Chicken Divan 椰菜鸡肉馅饼词汇扫描broccoli 花椰菜cube 立方condense 浓缩drain 排水"A quick and easy chicken and broccoli dish that all will love!"musicOriginal recipe yield: 6 servingsPREP TIME Min 准备分钟COOK TIME Min 烹制分钟READY IN 0 Min 0分钟即可食用musicINGREDIENTS1 pound chopped fresh broccoli 1 cups cubed, cooked chicken meat 1 (.75 ounce) can condensed cream of broccoli soup cup milk cup shredded Cheddar cheese 1 tablespoon butter, melted tablespoons dried b crumbs DIRECTIONSPreheat oven to 50 degrees F (30 degrees C). Put the broccoli in a saucepan with enough water to cover.Bring to a boil, and cook 5 minutes, or until tender. Drain.Place the cooked broccoli in a 9 inch pie plate.Top with the chicken. In a bowl, mix the soup and milk,and pour over the chicken.Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese.Mix the melted butter with the b crumbs,and sprinkle over the cheese.Bake in the preheated oven minutes,or until bubbly and lightly brown.中文大意逐句对照Preheat oven to 50 degrees F (30 degrees C). Put the broccoli in a saucepan with enough water to cover.Bring to a boil, and cook 5 minutes, or until tender.Drain.Place the cooked broccoli in a 9 inch pie plate.Top with the chicken.In a bowl, mix the soup and milk,and pour over the chicken.Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese.Mix the melted butter with the b crumbs,and sprinkle over the cheese.Bake in the preheated oven minutes,or until bubbly and lightly brown.多学一点broccoli 椰菜,花椰菜cube 立方,立方体chicken breast, cubedcubed Potatoescondense 浓缩,压缩condensed milk 炼乳condensed soup 浓汤bring tobring to a boildrain 排水,渐渐放掉液体I drained water from the sink.重新听一次故事原文Preheat oven to 50 degrees F (30 degrees C). Put the broccoli in a saucepan with enough water to cover.Bring to a boil, and cook 5 minutes, or until tender. Drain.Place the cooked broccoli in a 9 inch pie plate.Top with the chicken. In a bowl, mix the soup and milk,and pour over the chicken.Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese.Mix the melted butter with the b crumbs,and sprinkle over the cheese.Bake in the preheated oven minutes,or until bubbly and lightly brown. 5635。

Are People Who Speak More than One Language Smarter?会多种语言的人更聪明吗?In the early nineteen fifties, researchers found that people scored lower on intelligence tests if they spoke more than one language. Research in the sixties found the opposite. Bilingual people scored higher than monolinguals-people who speak only one language. So which is it?世纪50年代早期,研究人员发现掌握超过一门语言的人在智力测试上得分更低而60年代研究的发现则恰恰相反,“双语者”比只懂一种语言的“单语者”得分更高那么,哪个发现是正确的呢?Researchers presented their newest studies last month at a meeting of the American Association the Advancement of Science. The latest evidence shows that being bilingual does not necessarily make people smarter. But researcher Ellen Bialystock says it probably does make you better at certain skills.研究人员上个月在美国科学促进会的一次会议上介绍了他们的最新研究成果最新据表明,通晓双语并不能使人更聪明但研究人员艾伦·比亚斯表示,它会使你在某些技能上表现更好Ellen Bialystock:;Imagine driving down the highway. There are many things that could capture your attention and you really need to be able to monitor all of them. Why would bilingualism make you any better at that?;比雅利斯托克:“想像一下在高速公路上开车,可能会有很多吸引你注意力的东西,你必须能够同时关注所有这一些为什么双语环境可能会让你在这方面表现更好呢?”And the answer, she says, is that bilingual people are often better at controlling their attention - a function called the executive control system.她表示,就是“双语者”更善于控制自己的注意力,这种能力也被称为行为控制系统Ellen Biaystock:It quite possibly the most important cognitive system we have because it where all of your decisions about what to attend to, what to ignore, what to process are made.;艾伦·比亚斯托:“这可能是人类具备的最重要的认知系统因为你做出专注、忽略、执行的决定时都离不开它”Ms. Biaystock is a psychology professor at York University in Toronto, Canada. She says the best method to measure the executive control system is called the Stroop Test. A person is shown words in different colors. The person has to ignore the word but say the color. The problem is that the words are all names of colors.比亚斯托是加拿大约克大学的心理学教授她表示,衡量行为控制系统能力最好的办法是斯特鲁测验(Stroop Test)该测试向被测试者展示各种不同颜色的单词被测试者需要忽略单词本身,说出字体的颜色难点在于,这些单词都是一些颜色的名称Ellen Bialystock:;So you would have the word blue written in red, but you have to say red. But blue is so salient, it just lighting up all these circuits in your brain, and you really want to say blue. So you need a mechanism to override that so that you can say red. That the executive control system.;艾伦·比亚斯托:“,‘蓝色’这个单词可能是用红色书写的,而你必须说‘红色’但‘蓝色’这两个字非常突出,它一直闪现在你的大脑中,你很想说‘蓝色’这时你就需要一种抑制该想法的系统,你才能说出‘红色’这就是行为控制系统”Her work shows that bilingual people continually practice this function. They have to, because both languages are active in their brain at the same time. They need to suppress one to be able to speak in the other.她的研究表明,“双语者”在不断锻炼这种能力,因为两种语言同时都在他们大脑中活跃,他们必须抑制一种语言,才能用另一种语言表达 3961。

Coping with unwanted flirting When a man makes a woman uneasy, bystanders should decide what to do.You are sitting in a bar minding your own business when you seeing an attractive young woman and then this guy shows up. " Is anybody sitting here?" "No." "Want a drink?" "I've got one. Thank you." People at the bar can't help but notice the guy 's lame come-ons and the girl doing her best to avoid a conversation. "You are beautiful." "Thank you." "Cheers to you." But he is relentless. "Excuse me, I know this is a little ward, but can I get your phone number?" "I don't even know you. No, I am sorry." "Come on." " I don't even know you, sir." " Well, I don't know this is gonna work." "No." " You now give me your phone number." "because, I really want your phone number." "I'm not gonna give you my phone number." "Come on, give me your phone number." "No." "Please." "Please stop touching me." "I'm asking nicely. Come on." So what will you do? Step in to help her when a guy like this is invading her personal space. Our hidden cameras are rolling at this bar at the New Jersey shore, to find out. "Come on, I swear you look just like..." "No, stop" "What am I doing?" "I don't know you, please sir." “I haven't done anything." "Don't touch me." "What do you mean, don't touch you? I saw you looking at me."Verbal passes are now getting physical. Suddenly this woman swings into action. "Would you like to join us?" "That would..." "We're going right outside." "Yeah, we all go." "No, you are not invited.” "No. Sit where you are." "Leave her alone." "Sorry." "Now." "Sorry." What if the witnesses are women? "Come on." "Stop I don't know you. Please, get out of my space." "I am trying to meet you." “She’s gonna come down over here that..." As a group they react just like the guys inviting the harassed woman into their protective ce. " Just relax and watch the game, that's all." "hey,listen. Can I just get your phone number?" "I don't know you." "Oh my god." "I know, but maybe we can go out...I just think you are beautiful... I just want to go out and date something, like coffee even." "No, thank you. Thanks the compliment, but..." "Come on." "She is not interested, can you leave us alone please." "What's your name?" "Please leave us alone." "We are not interested in making friends right now." "I am just trying to be friendly..." “I understand but right now we are just no interested. We wanna have a drink, we are talking. Could you just go away a little while, thank you.""He wouldn't let up and we were starting to get a little, you know, worried her." "Oh, my god." 6399。