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福建检查输卵管造影公立医院福州第二医院看无精症好不好费用多少60. Make It, Or Break It.to build with blocks 搭积木to manufacture automobiles 生产汽车baby 婴儿,宝贝to make a model airplane 制造飞机模型to construct a building 建造大楼to film a movie 拍摄电影to assemble radios 组装收音机to knit a scarf for her sweetheart 替她的情人织围巾to blow up the mountain 吹走那座山to mold clay 铸模(用粘土)to rip the man 's sleeve 拉断那人的袖子explosion 爆发steel ball 钢珠to tear down buildings 破坏大楼to break dishes 打碎盘子junk 零碎废物the dumped products 大批的垃圾to smash the car 撞碎汽车to organize a new political party 组织新政党 /200803/31826南平精子检测要多少钱 Jo: This is Real English from B Learning English. I’m Jo.Jean: And I’m Jean.Jo: In Real English, we look at words and phrases that you might not find in your dictionary. Jean: 和汉语一样,英语语言里是充满了成语和口语词的,所以学习和了解这些短语和口语词是非常有用的。尤其这些说法和语言都是英国人日常说到用到的。那Jo,我们今天要来学习的新词是什么呢?Jo: Today’s new word is ‘to google’. That’s G.O.O.G.L.E. Google.Jean: To google. What’s that?Jo: Well, do you use the internet Jean? Jean: Yes of course.Jo: And have you ever looked for any information using the Google site?Jean: Yes I have.Jo: To google means to use a search engine like google or yahoo to find information.Jean: 远离 google现在可以当成一个动词来用了,就是用因特网上的搜索引擎来搜索信息的意思。Jo: Yes, you could say ‘I didn’t know the answer, so I googled it’.Jean: 所以google完全就是网上搜索的意思了。Jo: Absolutely.Insert A: Who was king of France in 1487? B: I have absolutely no idea. Why don’t you google it? Jean: Do you google a lot?Jo: Yes I do, I google all the time.Jean: What for?Jo: Well, if I want information about something, or to find hotels and tourist information when I travel. Jean: 好了,让我们来回顾一下,to google就是指在因特网上用搜索引擎来搜索信息。 And that’s all we have time for today.Jo: Yes, that’s all. You’ve been listening to Real English from B Learning English. Join us again soon for more up-to-the-minute Real English. Bye.Jean: See you next time. /200711/19825Just right place, right time.只不过是天时地利而已.大多数的人想到幸运, 都会直觉反应 lucky. 但其实 lucky 有很多种表示法. 像有一次我问老美怎么追到这么一个如花似玉的女朋友, 他回答我, "Just right place, right time." 我一听就立刻联想到了中文里的, "天时地利人和" 这句话, 没想到英语里就这么简单, "Right place, right time." 就解决了. (或许应该再加上 right girl?) 所以我也开始不单说, "I'm just lucky." 了. 例如后来有一次老美问我为什么我有免费的 T 恤可拿, 我就很潇洒地回答他, "Just right place, right time, no big deal." (只不过时间地点刚好对了而已, 没什么大不了的. ) 事后想起来, 连自己都觉得很得意. /200803/30189三明市哪里优生优育检查

福州人工受精需要多少钱在网上同时用英文跟老外和中国人聊天, 我们通常很快就能区分出这是老外说的英文还是中国人的英文。因为老外经常会用一些表达方式使语言“活起来”,下面我们一起来看看这些句子吧!That was a close call.好险!福建省费用保健院精子检测多少钱 英语日常口语 77:Writing an advert 写广告本单元是关于 写广告的对话Alice: Right, how does this sound? Wanted: student or young professional...Tim: ... male student or young professional.Alice: Ok. From the top. Wanted: male student or young professional for bright, sunny room in flatshare... Tim: ... in mixed flatshare ... Alice: ... for bright, sunny room in mixed flatshare. Must be clean, tidy and easy-going. Close to shops, pubs and buses. Reasonable rent. Helen: Shouldn't we say something about the cat? He might be allergic.Alice: Ooh, yeah, good point. Must be clean, tidy, easy-going and must like cats. Ooh, and shall we say something about, you know, the dishwasher, tv, broadband...Helen: Yeah, put 'all mod cons'.Alice: Ok, mixed flatshare with all mod cons. Shall I it back to you?Tim: Yeah, and then call the small ads department at the Gazette. Or we could go with the Courier..Vocabulary: 字汇 from the top 从头再来repeat from the beginningmixed 混合both men and women are living in the same houseclose to all amenities 生活便利amenities are shops and services that people like to have close to their houses - such as schools, banks, doctors, stations etc.allergy 过敏an unusual sensitiveness of the body which causes certain people to be affected in a bad way by something usually harmlessall mod cons 现代化设备'mod cons' means 'modern conveniences' - things like a telephone, washing machine, dishwasher etc.small ads 小广告short advertisements which are found in local and national newspapers, or on notice boards in shops, colleges etc.go with 决定...怎么做choose, decideThe Gazette; The Courier 报纸名These are typical names for newspapers. 本单元的语言点是关于小广告用语,小广告通常在地方或全国性报纸上出现,有时候在商店或学校的告示板上张贴。在报纸上刊登小广告,广告费用是按字数多寡来计算的,因此为了节省费用,通常使用缩写或简写,省略一些不必要的字。本节语言点主要讨论的是关于租房子的小广告Small ads vocabulary – accommodationBackground 背景 Small ads are short advertisements which are found in local and national newspapers, and sometimes on notice boards in shops, colleges etc. In newspaper and magazine adverts, each word and/or letter has to be paid for, so to make them cheaper, people often use short forms and abbreviations, and some non-essential words are not used. This worksheet will focus on the language used to advertise accommodation. People 人 - 广告的对象 Advertisers often state what type of person they are looking for. They generally do this by using adjectives, such as clean, quiet, etc. but nouns and compound nouns may be used too. professional / prof. (adj/n)somebody who has a job. Examples:Rooms available: professionals only.Prof. male required for shared house.mature (adj)this word is used to describe an older, quieter, more responsible person. Example:Mature lady wanted for single room. easy-going (adj) friendly and relaxed. Example: Easy-going guy wanted for student house. n/s (adj/n) non-smokerExample:n/s prof. lady wanted for single room. landlord / landlady (n)The person who owns the accommodation. A landlord is male, a landlady is female. tenant (n) The person who pays rent to live in the accommodation. lodger (n) A person who lives with his / her landlord. mixed (adj) This means that both men and women are living in the accommodation.Types of accommodation 住房形态 flatshare / houseshare (n)This refers to the situation of sharing a house or flat with people who are not your family. Example:Alice says: 'bright, sunny room in mixed flatshare.'bedsit (n)A type of accommodation where you live and sleep in the same room. The bathroom and kitchen may be shared with other people who live in the same building.Example: Bedsit to let: suit student or young professional.self-contained (adj)Self-contained accommodation means that the kitchen, bathroom and other rooms are not shared with anyone else, and the accommodation has its own door which is not used by anyone else.Example: Self-contained single flat to let.studio flat /apartment (n) A flat or apartment which does not have a separate bedroom and/or kitchen, but it has its own bathroom.Example:Clean, quiet studio flat. Reasonable rent.(fully) furnished / part furnished / unfurnished (adj) Advertisers often say how much furniture is provided.fully furnished all the necessary furniture is provided.part furnished some of the necessary furniture is provided: the tenant might have to buy some additional furniture.unfurnished no furniture is provided.single room / double room A single room is suitable for one person; a double room is suitable for two people.Example: Single room avail. end March.bedBedroom.Example: 3 bed flat avail. Dec. Reasonable rent. all mod cons'mod cons' means 'modern conveniences' - things like a telephone, washing machine, dishwasher etc.Example:2 bed flat avail. Dec. all mod cons close to all amenitiesamenities are shops and services that people like to have close to their houses - such as schools, banks, doctors, stations etc.Example:3 bed house avail. Dec. suit family. 5 mins from schools amp; amenities.Money 价钱reasonable rent: Advertisers do not always write the exact cost of the accommodation in the advertisement. 'Reasonable' usually means that the rent is not too expensive, or that it is the same as the rent for other similar accommodation in the same area.negotiable / negot.This means that the landlord is willing to talk about the rent and agree on a price that is acceptable to both the landlord and the tenant. pcmper calendar month. Sometimes rent has to be paid every 4 weeks, but pcm means that the rent is payable on the same date each month, often the 1st.Example:Bedsit to let. 0 pcm.incl.Inclusive - the rent includes the cost of gas, electricity etc. Example: Wanted: young prof. for studio flat. Rent 0 pcm incl.deposit / dep. (n) This is an amount of money which the tenant pays to the landlord / landlady when s/he moves in to the accommodation. The landlord / landlady gives the money back to the tenant when s/he moves out.Example:3-bed flat avail. end Dec / beg. Jan. 0 pcm + 0 dep.Other words and abbreviations 其他用字 avail. AvailableendAt the end of beg.At the beginning ofto let Available for rentsuitSuitable for (a particular type of person)Example:To let: 2 bed flat. avail. beg. Jan. Suit n/s prof. /200708/16886福州哪里有治子宫粘连好

龙岩去哪里检查激素六项Just the other day, I was in a bookshop and spotted a volume entitled How to Make Friends with Foreigners by Li Yang of Crazy English fame.Naturally, as a foreigner who has been living in China for a year, I was curious to see what kind of advice a Chinese writer was giving on this matter. One piece of advice really grabbed my attention and, I must say, made me feel quite annoyed.In Li's opinion, foreigners are an“opportunity”to improve your oral English; whenever you see a foreigner, you should practice speaking English to him/her. The writer goes on to say that if the foreigner doesn't want to answer your questions, then he/she is a rude person who you wouldn't want to spend time with anyway.I think this counsel is not only incorrect, but also potentially damaging to relations between Chinese and foreigners in China. Like most other laowai living in China, I know how isolated one can sometimes feel living amid a culture far removed from our own familiar ways. However, most of the time this cultural isolation is something I simply accept as part of being here. I am, after all, here to learn about the people and the language of China and if I really hated this place then I would go home! So far my time in China has been very rewarding. I have improved my Chinese language skills, learnt about one of the most fascinating, swiftly developing countries in the world today and made some very close Chinese friends. Unfortunately, I have also come across many Chinese people who view me purely as an“opportunity”to improve their oral English under the guise of making friends. I have experienced people following me home from town to my college flat and then harassing me to teach them English or practice English with them. I have had complete strangers thrusting articles, manuals and speeches in my face, insisting that I help them with the English translation. I have had people asking me to assist with immigration applications to other countries. All of these people have claimed at the time that what they chiefly wanted was to make friends with me. There was even one person at the weekly English Corner that I run at college who, after plying me with non-stop questions for half an hour, became very angry when I politely asked him to give other people a chance to speak. He puffed himself up like a peacock and informed me that he was simply trying to be my friend. He may well have thought he was trying to be my friend, butswheresI come from you don't build friendships by pestering and badgering another person. Friendship for a lot of Westerners is about spending time with someone whose company you genuinely enjoy.It's not about opportunities or personal advantage.The Chinese friends I have made while living here have been genuine friends to me; we enjoy each other's company for its own sake.In this way, we've not only learnt a good deal about each other's culture but also about each other as individuals. I'm not suggesting that you shouldn't approach foreigners at all. However, I do think that it's important to question your own motives. If you truly want to make friends with someone from a different country, who could possibly object?On the other hand, if your only motive is to“use”the foreigner as a way of improving your English, then it's quite likely that the foreigner will be able to see through you - and will definitely not want to spend time with you. So if there's any advice to give on making and keeping friendships with foreigners, I would say that it is this:Treat foreigners as people, not opportunities.Expect to make friendships gradually, over a period of time, not instantly. And don't ply foreigners with lots and lots of disparate questions. At times, this approach comes across as confusing and unnatural. Finally, I would suggest that if you really want to make friends with a foreigner, then you do so because you are genuinely interested in the person. We all know that true friendships stand the test of time. If your only reason for making friends with a foreigner is to upgrade your English, then you will probably find that you don't have a foreign friend for long! /02/62187 M: Jacob, are you interested in helping me out and going on a blind date with a friend of mine?J: That depends. What does she look like?M: Well, she’s got a beautiful face and long curly red hair.J: How tall is she?M: She’s fairly tall, maybe 2 inches taller than me.J: Is she chubby?M: Not at all. She’s actually very athletic.J: It sounds like she’s pretty good-looking. Does she wear glasses?M: No, but she does wear contact lenses.J: How’s her skin?M: She’s got a gorgeous complexion with a few freckles on her nose.J: Does she have any piercings or tattoos?M: I think she has her ears pierced and she definitely has a few tattoos: one on her lower back, one on her neck, and one on her left foot.J: What’s the tattoo on her foot like?M: It’s a butterfly---everyone in her family has one.J: Even her mother?M: Yes, even her mother.J: What’s her personality like?M: She’s a lot like me.J: So there is something wrong with her! It was beginning to sound like she was too good to be true! /07/77725福州去那看弱精最好福州输卵管检查专科医院

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