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he was clearly a beginner at dairy work.从他挤一头牛花费的时间来看,对牛奶场的活儿,他显然是一个新手第二、语段精讲1. He .短语注释:walking brothers:徒步旅行的兄弟 stop one’s walk:驻足,停住脚步文法:who had stopped their walk to admire the May-Day dance in Marlott a few years bee是限定性定语从句,修饰表示“人”且在从句中做“主语”的先行词“brother”. He had danced with some of the other girls but not with her.文法:这个句子是有表示转折的并列连词but连接的个并列分词在第二个分句中省略了同样成分且同样意思的词语:had danced(谓语成分)语言要点:go on one’s way:继续前行,继续上路e.g. Annie goes on his way, driving car and turning on the radio. 安妮驾车继续上路,并且她打开收音机He thanked him profusely and then go on his way. 一再地向他道谢,然后继续上路3. 语言要点:not at all:丝毫不......,一点儿也不......I m not at all satisfied with the present situation. 我对现状一点也不满足He was not at all nervous, he knew what to expect. 他心里有底, 一点不慌. 描写手法:这句话中采用了肖像描写的手法“his face had grown more thoughtful(他的脸变得更为深沉)”揭露出当时社会底层人们艰辛的生活5. he was clearly a beginner at dairy work.语言要点:spend some time doing:花费时间做.......e.g. He spend all the morning playing games online. 他一个早上在网上玩游戏语言要点:a beginner in something:在......是个新手,对......还不熟练e.g. You can see John is a beginner in computer. 你可以看得出约翰在电脑操作上还是个新手文法:he had spent milking one cow是限定性定语从句,修饰表示时间的且在从句中做时间状语的先行词time这个引导从句的关系副词是可以省略的 531

口语动词短语:even up the odds 扳回劣势 -01-7 19:: 来源: be out of the waybe out of the way就是「让路,誊出地方」若你要表达「挡路」则是be in the way另外Get out of my way!则是不客气地表达「滚开!」的意思Why all the trouble?even up the oddsodds是「胜算,成功的可能性」,通常用在或是比赛的场合你可以说The odds are high. 来表示「胜算高」相对的,要说胜算「低」只要将high改成low即可even 在这当作动词使用,是「使相等」的意思,因而even up the odds则可解释为「扳回劣势」 劣势 动词 短语 口语

口语练习:忠告年轻人请放下青涩的自我 --31 ::01 来源: 职场忠告:年轻人请放下青涩的自我Of all the various ways to differentiate your personal brand — the list goes on and on — here’s one profile you may want to avoid: Young Guy BaggageYears ago I was speaking to a client about a member of his team. “Steve’s a solid permer,” the client said, “but he has a fair amount of young guy baggage” I admitted that I had never heard the term. Without skipping a beat, he recited, “You know.. defensive, insecure, always worried about how he looks. Tends to personalize everything”You just thought of someone who exactly fits that description, didn’t you?By now you’ve probably figured out that your boss wants you worrying about her problems, not yours. Your value will be in rough proportion to your ability to get personal needs, including concerns of how others perceive you, and focus on the goals of the team. The internal equity you build - indeed, your credibility itself – relies to a significant degree on the knack recognizing that it’s seldom, if ever, about youHere’s a simple test to see whether you may have one or more latent symptoms. Imagine that I’m your boss. Suppose you ask me a direct question and I give you an evasive (逃避的,难以捉摸的) response. Is it because I’ve decided you’re not worthy to know the answer,or because answering you directly might compromise (危害,妥协处理) me? Let it go, grasshopper (蚱蜢,小型侦察机)Haven’t you found that the more you ask approval, the more it eludes (使困惑,躲避) you? Try to remember that others are focused almost exclusively on their own interests. If you learn to think and feel big-picture, you’ll have every strategic advantage. Do you wish you had said something slightly different at that meeting? Chances are no one remembers. They’re all on to the next thing. You need to move on, tooFrustrated (沮丧的,失意的) with trying to win respect, you may fall into another subtle (敏感的,微妙的) though predictable trap: You believe you’ve accomplished the ultimate by not caring what people think about you, but you’re still stuck, because you want them to know emphatically how much you don’t care. GotchaIf you’re asking: Okay, once I drop that whole constellation (星座,星群) of neurotic (神经病的,神经过敏的) thoughts and behaviors, what do I replace it with? The answer may be to create a “To Do” list yourself that looks something like this:1. Let people underestimate your abilities. Vastly exceed their expectations3. Get promoted and enjoy the last laugh 口语 练习 忠告

常用英语口语之喜欢表白篇 --6 :5: 来源: 常用英语口语之喜欢表白篇1.You're my type.你是我喜欢的那种类型.My heart is broken.我心碎了3.He has a crush on a girl in our class.他暗恋我们班上的一个女生.Because of you, my life is filled with hope.因为有你我的生命充满了希望5.What is my place in your heart?我在你心里排第几位?6.His face lit up with pleasure when she came in.她进来的时候,他马上喜笑颜开7.I heard that you had a crush on Jane. 我听说你迷上了简8.I will never leave you alone.我绝不会丢下你一个人不管的9.I will always be there you.我会一直在你身边.There will never be another you.你是这个世界上独一无二的人.You are very unique. 你是如此特别.Nothing is too good you.为你我在所不惜.I can't help falling love with you.我不禁爱上你了.I'll never find another girlboy like you.我再也找不到像你这样的女孩男孩 常用英语口语

Scientific Theories In science, a theory is a reasonable explanation of observed events that are related. A theory often involves an imaginary model that helps scientists picture the way an observed event could be produced. A good example of this is found in the kinetic molecular theory, in which gases are pictured as being made up of many small ps that are in constant motion. A useful theory, in addition to explaining past observations, helps to predict events that have not as yet been observed. After a theory has been publicized, scientists design experiments to test the theory. If observations confirm the scientists' predictions, the theory is supported.If observations do not confirm the predictions, the scientists must search further. There may be a fault in the experiment, or the theory may have to be revised or rejected. Science involves imagination and creative thinking as well as collecting inmation and perming experiments. Facts by themselves are not science. As the mathematician Jules Henri Poincare said,"Science is built with facts just as a house is built with bricks, but a collection of facts cannot be called science any more than a pile of bricks can be called a house." Most scientists start an investigation by finding out what other scientists have learned about a particular problem. After known facts have been gathered, the scientist comes to the part of the investigation that requires considerable imagination. Possible solutions to the problem are mulated. These possible solutions are called hypotheses. In a way, any hypothesis is a leap into the unknown. It extends the scientist's thinking beyond the known facts. The scientist plans experiments, perms calculations, and makes observations to test hypotheses. Without hypothesis, further investigation lacks purpose and direction. When hypotheses are confirmed, they are incorporated into theories. 086

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