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三峡仁和医院有治疗前列腺炎吗宜昌猇亭区人民中妇幼保健医院包皮手术多少钱乐宁外教口语天天练No.39Would you please baby-sit my kids.baby-sit意指 look afterWould you please baby-sit my kids.能否帮忙照看我得孩子们 /200610/9484宜昌市中心人民医院龟头炎症 And so on. There is a little bit of a difference there that is worth just thinking about.等等...但即便是有些许的不同,那也值得仔细想一想。And I remember when I was 12 years old,and I started playing tympani and percussion, and my teacher said,Well, how are we going to do this? You know, music is about listening.我记得在我12岁的时候,我开始演奏定音鼓和打击乐,我的老师说,我们怎么开始去做呢? 你知道,音乐与听是密切相关的。And I said, Yes, I agree with that. So whats the problem?当然,我同意您的观点。所以问题在哪呢?And he said, Well, how are you going to hear this? How are you going to hear that?他说:那么,你怎样来听这个,怎样来听那个呢?And I said, Well, how do you hear it?我说:那么,您是怎样听的呢?He said, Well, I think I hear it through here.他说:我想我是通过这儿来听的。And I said, Well, I think I do too-but I also hear it through my hands,through my arms, cheekbones, my scalp, my tummy, my chest, my legs and so on.我说:我想我也是,但是我还通过我的手来听。以及我的手臂,颧骨,头皮,胃,胸部,我的腿等等。And so we began our lessons every single time tuning drums in particular, the kettle drums, or tympani to such a narrow pitch interval, so something like ...从那以后,每节课的一开始,我们都会调整鼓,尤其是定音鼓,使其处于很窄的音域里,就像这样。that of a difference. Then gradually ...and gradually...and its amazing that when you do open your body up,and open your hand up to allow the vibration to come through,that in fact the tiny, tiny difference...有些许不同 。然后逐渐的变化,一点一点地,令人惊奇的是,当你的身体完全打开,张开双手使震动穿过,事实上,极为微小的不同。can be felt with just the tiniest part of your finger, there.都可以被你手指上最微小的部分感知。And so what we would do is that I would put my hands on the wall of the music room, and together we would listen to the sounds of the instruments,and really try to connect with those sounds far, far more broadly than simply depending on the ear.因此,我们常做的就是我会把双手贴在音乐教室的墙上,这样就能听到乐器所发出的声音,仔细地感受那些声音,效果远远好于只是依靠耳朵。201605/441029VOA流行美语 39: FLIP OUT / OFF MY BACK星期天,迈可和李华约在一道到户外市场去买东西。他们很自然地聊起前一天晚上各自做了些什么事。李华问迈可昨晚上干吗?M: Man, last night I just vegged out in front of the TV all night.L: 你说什么? 你说你在电视机前面vegged out? 是不是说你在电视机前面吃生菜?M: No, no, no It doesn't have anything to do with vegetables! To veg out, V-E-G O-U-T, means to sit around and do nothing.L: 噢,原来如此。"to veg out"意思是说无所事事,呆坐在那里。那你干吗不出去呢?M: I was supposed to go out with some friends, but I was too tired after being at work all day. That's why I ended up vegging out in front of the TV all day.L: 啊,原来你是太累了,昨晚你除了呆坐在家里,什么也没干。那么veg out 和英语里面另外一个形容:老是坐在电视机前的人是个couch potato一不一样呢?M: Yes, it is similar to being a couch potato. However, if you are vegging out, that does not necessarily mean you are watching TV or eating like a couch potato does.L: 那样的话,要是我去了公园,呆坐在那儿,啥事也没干, 那还能不能说我在公园里vegging out呢?M: No, if you veg out you usually do so at home. You may be ing, listening to music, watching TV or just sitting there. Basically, your are not thinking of anything very complicated.。L: 所以说要是你veg out的话,通常都是赋闲在家呆坐的。如果你累了一天,或者一直辛苦地在做一件事,看来你多半会翘起二郎腿,什么事也不做,休闲休闲了。M: Yes, that's true. People often veg out after a long day of working or studying. Sometimes, they veg out when they should be working or studying, but then don't feel like it.L: 噢,这样的话,听起来好像是当一个人该做某件事,却投闲置散,拖到以后再去做,那就是veg out了。M: Yeah, you can also say"vegged"for short, as in "I totally just vegged last night in front of the TV."L: 迈可,让咱们先停下来歇会儿吧。L: 我真难以相信你星期六还得上班,我以为你是星期一到星期五上班呢。M: Usually, I do only have to work from Monday through Friday. But my supervisor has really been in my face about getting this project done. I needed to get it done by Monday, so I decided to come in over the weekend.L: 我懂得,你是说你的领导一直在逼着你做完你的工作。可是你是怎么说的? In my face? 那是什么意思啊?M: To say that my supervisor was "in my face" means that he has been giving me a lot of pressure about finishing the project. Just imagine someone who is standing close to your face, demanding that you finish something.L: 要是你说某人是in your face的话,听起来可不是什么好事。像是他不断地在提醒你该做什么事。看来你的领导是个很难处的人啊。M: Actually, he is not that bad. I really like him as a person. He is just very demanding when it comes to finishing work on time. He has an "in your face" personality.L:这样说来,你也可以说某人有"in your face"的个性呐。M: Yes, that means they have a very aggressive, direct personality. Someone like that usually doesn't care what other people think about their ideas.L: 这样形容一个人的个性,听起来不太尊敬。M: You're right, it's not a very nice thing to say about someone. You probably shouldn't tell someone directly that you think they have been in your face about something.L: 谈到"in my face",大太阳正照在我脸上,可真把我晒得够呛,咱们到里边儿去找个阴凉地方吧。M: Okay, how about getting some ice cream? There's an ice cream store right over there.L: 好主意,咱们走吧。今天迈可和李华一块儿去买东西,李华学了两个新词儿:"veg out"和"in my face"."veg out"是说什么事也不做,完全轻松一下;"in my face"是一种咄咄逼人的态度或者个性。 /200602/3114宜昌市中心医院割包皮手术价格

宜昌最好医院President Obama: Thank you so much, everybody. Please have a seat. Have a seat. For generations, Presidents have faithfully executed two great American traditions: issuing a proclamation that sets aside a Thursday in November for us to express gratitude, and granting pardons that reflect our beliefs in second chances. And this week, we do both. Of course, Thanksgiving is a family holiday as much as a national one. So, for the past seven years, Ive established another tradition: embarrassing my daughters with a ;corny-copia; of dad jokes about turkeys. This year, they had a scheduling conflict. Actually, they just couldnt take my jokes anymore. They were fed up. President Obama: Fortunately, I have, by my side, here today two of my nephews – Austin and Aaron Robinson – who, unlike Malia and Sasha, have not yet been turned cynical by Washington. They still believe in bad puns. They still appreciate the grandeur of this occasion. They still have hope. Malia and Sasha, by the way, are thankful that this is my final presidential turkey pardon. What I havent told them yet is that we are going to do this every year from now on. No cameras. Just us. Every year. No way Im cutting this habit cold turkey. Good one. That was pretty funny. Thanksgiving is a chance –– to gather with loved ones, reflect on our many blessings, and, after a long campaign season, finally turn our attention from polls to poultry. This year, were honored to be joined by two of the lucky ones, who were raised by the Domino family in Iowa: Tater and Tot. Now, Tater is here in a backup role, just in case Tot cant fulfill his duties. So hes sort of like the Vice Turkey. Were working on getting him a pair of aviator glasses. And it is my great privilege – well, its my privilege – actually, lets just say its my job -- to grant them clemency this afternoon. As I do, I want to take a moment to recognize the brave turkeys who werent so lucky, who didnt get to ride the gravy train to freedom –– who met their fate with courage and sacrifice – and proved that they werent chicken. President Obama: Oh, its not that bad. Now, come one. Of course, we have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Six straight years of job creation – the longest streak ever. Low unemployment. Wages are rising again. Inequality is narrowing. The housing market is healing. The stock market has nearly tripled. Our high school graduation rate is at an all-time high. And our uninsured rate is at an all-time low, thanks to the 20 million more Americans, including millions of children, who finally know the security of health insurance. Thats worth gobbling about. Proud families across the country are finally complete now that marriage equality is the law of the land. And there are many families of service members who had empty chairs at the table in recent years but who on this Thanksgiving can celebrate with our brave troops and veterans who weve welcomed home. Thanksgiving is also a reminder of the source of our national strength – that out of many, we are one; that were bound not by any one race or religion, but rather by an adherence to a common creed, that all of us are created equal. And while accepting our differences and building a diverse society has never been easy, it has never been more important. We are a people that look out for one another and get each others backs. We keep moving forward, defined by values and ideals that have been a light to all humanity. We have to see ourselves in each other because weve all got families we love, and we all have hopes for their better future. And we lose sight of that sometimes, and Thanksgiving is a good time for us to remember that. We have a lot more in common than divides us. The holidays are also a time when its even more important to reach out to those who need a helping hand. I believe were judged by how we care for the poor and the vulnerable, the sick and the elderly, the immigrant, the refugee, everybody whos trying to get a second chance. I believe that in order to truly live up to those ideals, we have to continually fight discrimination in all its forms and always show the world that America is a generous and giving country. We should also make sure everyone has something to eat on Thanksgiving – of course, except the turkeys, because theyre aly stuffed. President Obama: So, later today, the Obama family will participate in our traditional Thanksgiving service project. And when somebody at your table tells you that youve been hogging all the side dishes and you cant have any more, I hope you respond with a creed that sums up the spirit of a hungry people: Yes, We Cran. That was good. You dont think thats funny? Look, I know there are some bad ones in here, but this is the last time Im doing this, so were not leaving any room for leftovers. Let me just say – how am I doing? Good? Thumbs up? Let me just say one last thing before I spare these turkeys lives. On this Thanksgiving, I want to express my sincere gratitude to the American people for the trust that youve placed in me over these last eight years and the incredible kindness that youve shown my family. On behalf of Michelle, and my mother-in-law, and our girls, we want to thank you so very, very much. And now, from the Rose Garden, Tater and Tot will go to their new home at Virginia Tech – which is admittedly a bit Hokie. Theyll get to live out their natural lives at a new facility called Gobblers Rest, where students and veterinarians will care for them. And so, lets get on with the pardoning because its Wednesday afternoon and everyone knows that Thanksgiving traffic can put people in a ;fowl; mood. President Obama: Happy Thanksgiving, everybody. Lets go pardon these turkeys. Come on, guys, come on, come on!201612/482121宜昌中心医院男科挂号 英语场景口语:当兵为什么我当过3年的兵。于是有人问我:你为什么决定去从军呢?【口语要素1】Why did you enlist?我说那是我唯一的选择,因为学习不好,所以家里决定让我参军,最后我在海军役3年时间。【口语要素2】I served in the Navy for three years.很没有意思,开始训练每天都是稍息、立正、向右看齐、向后转。【口语要素3】At ease. Attention. Eyes right. About face.作为一个新兵,每天要做很多跑腿的事情。【口语要素4】I am running errands everyday.不过相比过去来说,现代的军人还算幸福的了。【口语要素5】Soldiers have it easy nowadays. /200604/6681宜昌那家医院治疗淋病好

宜昌猇亭区人民中妇幼保健医院治疗前列腺炎多少钱And Im grateful to everyone whos helped to make that happen.我很感激每一个做出贡献的人。I have also always believed that we have to confront big decisions, not duck them.我也一直认为我们必须面对这个重大的决定,而不是回避问题。That is why we delivered the first coalition government in 70 years, to bring our economy back from the brink.这也是为什么我们把自己交付给了70年来第一任联合政府,这个决定把我们的经济从悬崖上带回来。Its why we delivered a fair, legal and decisive referendum in Scotland.这也是为什么我们在苏格兰问题时也提供了一个公平、合法和决定性的公民投票。And its why I made the pledge to renegotiate Britains position in the European Union and to hold the referendum on our membership and have carried those things out.这也是为什么我做出了承诺,重新协商了英国在欧盟的地位,并用公投的形式决定我们的欧盟成员资格,而这些事都已经执行。I fought this campaign in the only way I know how, which is to say directly and passionately what I think and feel - head, heart and soul.我以我唯一能做的方式为这个团体而战:那就是用发自我的理性、心和灵魂的热情和真诚说出我的所思所想。I held nothing back, I was absolutely clear about my belief that Britain is stronger, safer and better off inside the European Union and I made clear the referendum was about this and this alone - not the future of any single politician including myself.我没有任何保留,我非常坚定地相信,选择留在欧盟,英国会更强、更加安全。而且我非常坚信,这次公投纯粹是为了英国的将来,而不是为了任何一个政治团体的利益,也包括我自己的团体。But the British people have made a very clear decision to take a different path and as such I think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction.然而,英国人民选择明确地选择了一条与我所期相异的道路,因此,我认为我们国家需要一个新的领导来带领国家前进。201607/454475 Since the days of George Washington, presidents have delivered some form of final message while in office – a farewell address to the American people. On Tuesday night, in Chicago, Ill deliver mine. I chose Chicago not only because its my hometown – where I met my wife and we started a family – but also because its really where my career in public service began. The running th through my career has been the notion that when ordinary people get involved, get engaged, and come together in collective effort, things change for the better. Thats the belief at the heart of this precious American experiment in self-government. Its what gives work and purpose to each new generation. Its easy to lose sight of that truth in the day-to-day back-and-forth of Washington or our minute-to-minute news cycles. But remember that America is a story told over a longer time horizon, in fits and starts, punctuated at times by hardship, but ultimately written by generations of citizens whove somehow worked together, without fanfare, to form a more perfect union. Over the past eight years, weve added our own new chapter to that story. Together, weve turned an economy that was shrinking and losing jobs into one thats growing and creating jobs, with poverty falling, incomes rising, and wages that have jumped faster over the past few years than at any time in the past four decades. Together, weve achieved what eluded politicians of both parties for a century – weve moved 20 million more Americans from uninsured to insured, ended the days of discrimination against the up to half of Americans who have a preexisting condition, and secured new rights and protections for everybody with health insurance. Together, weve brought home most of our brave troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, and took bin Laden and thousands of other terrorists off the battlefield for good. Weve opened a new chapter with the people of Cuba, shut down Irans nuclear weapons program without firing a single shot, and brought the world together around a climate agreement that could save this planet for future generations. By these measures and many more, we have made America a better, stronger place for the generations that follow ours. Weve run our leg in our long journey of progress, knowing that our work is and will always be unfinished. Thats the imperative of citizenship – the idea that with hard work, people who love their country can change it. That will be the focus of my farewell to you this Tuesday – and I hope youll tune in. Thanks, and have a great weekend.201701/489541宜昌市第一医院割包皮宜昌男科医院排行



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