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It’s Never Too Late to ChangeAge is no criterion when it comes to changing your life.In fact, it might be just the opposite.The older we get, the more we must change.Change is what keeps us fresh and innovative.Change is what keeps us from getting stale and stuck in a rut.Change is what keeps us young.This is not easy.When we are young it's easy to change and experiment with different things.The older we get the more set in our ways we become.We've found out what our comt level is, and we all want to stay in it.We don't want to be risk takers anymore, because risk frightens us,and simply not changing seems so easy.We must fight through this.We must look fear straight in the eye and take it on.We must tell ourselves that we have too much talent, too much wisdom,too much value not to change.I believe that Jim, who is on my staff,is one of the best assistant coaches in the country.But I almost didn't hire him three years agobecause I thought that psychologically he was too "old,"that he had lost the drive and passion that an assistant coach needs.Three years ago he was ty, and I thoughthe might have spent too many Saturday afternoons at the country club,that he wasn't going to get in the trenches anymore,like the younger assistant coaches do.But Jim told me that he couldn't wait to get down in the trenches again.So I hired him, and he's been an integral part of our success.There is a conventional wisdom in coaching that once you've been a head coachyou can't enthusiastically go back to being an assistant againand still have the same passion as bee.Jim didn't buy into that.He didn't let his "old age" get in his way.He was y when opporty came calling.He reestablished a work ethic second to none with the eagerness of a person right out of college.And I'm thankful what he did,because he played such an essential role in our championship season.This is what we all must do.We must realize that it's never too late to begin making changesthat can transm our life. 8590成功是令人厌烦的成功只是明你能够做你已经知道自己会做的事情,或是第一次就能正确地做某件事情,而这通常是一次有问题的成功第一次的成功通常都是侥幸的成功,相反的,第一次的失败恰恰是值得期待的这是事物的自然法则Last week, my granddaughter started kindergarten, and, as is conventional, I wished her success. I was lying. What I actually wish her is failure. I believe in the power of failure.Success is boring. Success is proving that you can do something that you aly know you can do, or doing something correctly the first time, which can often be a problematical victory. First-time success is usually a fluke. First-time failure, by contrast, is expected; it is the natural order of things.Failure is how we learn. I have been told of an African phrase describing a good cook as "she who has broken many pots." If you've spent enough time in the kitchen to have broken a lot of pots, probably you know a fair amount about cooking. I once had a late dinner with a group of chefs, and they spent time comparing knife wounds and burn scars. They knew how much credibility their failures gave them.I earn my living by writing a daily newspaper column. Each week I am aware that one column is going to be the worst column of the week. I don't set out to write it; I try my best every day. Still, every week, one column is inferior to the others, sometimes spectacularly so.I have learned to cherish that column. A successful column usually means that I am ting on familiar ground, going with the tricks that work, preaching to the choir or dressing up popular sentiments in fancy words. Often in my inferior columns, I am trying to pull off something I've never done bee, something I'm not even sure can be done.My younger daughter is a trapeze artist. She spent three years putting together an act. She did it successfully years with the Cirque du Soleil. There was no reason her to change the act—but she did anyway. She said she was no longer learning anything new and she was bored; and if she was bored, there was no point in subjecting her body to all that stress. So she changed the act. She risked failure and profound public embarrassment in order to feed her soul. And if she can do that feet in the air, we all should be able to do it.My granddaughter is a perfectionist, probably too much of one. She will feel her failures, and I will want to comt her. But I will also, I hope, remind her of what she learned, and how she can do whatever it is better next time. I probably won't tell her that failure is a good thing, because that's not a lesson you can learn when you're five. I hope I can tell her, though, that it's not the end of the world. Indeed, with luck, it is the beginning.  5697别人说thank you时该怎么回 --30 :6:7 来源: 别人说thank you时该怎么回Here’s why “You’re Welcome” is not the right response to “Thank You”Saying thank you is good manners. That’s not up debate. But we do need to talk about the way to respond when being thanked. You need to say something, right? Many people, particularly in the US, reply to “thank you” with “you’re welcome.”毫无疑问,道谢是种好习惯可问题来了,别人向你道谢时,你该说什么?你总得说点什么,不是吗?许多人,尤其是美国人,听到对方说“thank you”(“谢谢”)后,常会答一句“you’re welcome”(“不谢”)This has begun to change, as young people use and hear “you’re welcome” sarcastically. And it’s not just young people: To people from other parts of the world, “you’re welcome” can sound rude.如今的回答方式已经改变,因为对年轻人来说,“you’re welcome”一语多少带点讽刺意味而且,不止年轻人这么认为,在其他一些国家,“you’re welcome”听上去并不礼貌Brits, example, can’t help but hear a hint of condescension in there. But the problem with “you’re welcome” isn’t sarcasm. Well, not the whole problem. It’s about meaning.比如,英国人就觉得,“you’re welcome”听来有些傲慢不过,嘲讽之意倒不是个问题,至少不是个大问题真正值得探究的,是这个短语的意思Not that this is the intention, but “you’re welcome” can sound like you’re taking the polite gesture from the thanker, and bringing attention to your kindness. To the unaccustomed ear, it can sound like “yes, I did you a favour, you should be thankful.” It’s not intentional, I’m sure. But that doesn’t make it any less ambiguous.“You’re welcome”听上去就像你试图不顾道谢者的礼节,强行凸显你的善意一样,虽然你可能不曾意识到这点但在有些人听来,你就像在说“瞧,我不帮你了嘛,你理应要谢谢我”所谓言者无心,怕就怕听者有意Similarly “no problem”, or the reply favoured by our Australian friends, “no worries”, are both flawed. Often said with a dismissive shrug, “no problem” can be interpreted as simply denying that being kind is an inconvenience. But to those used to hearing “you’re welcome,” “no problem” can be sound like being kind is sometimes an inconvenience…and that you might not have helped if it had been.另外,“no problem”(“没问题”)以及澳洲人爱用的“no worries”(“别担心”)同样值得斟酌嘴上说着“no problem”,加上无谓地耸耸肩,大概是说帮忙不是什么麻烦事不过,对那些听惯了“you’re welcome”的人而言,“no problem”似乎暗示了帮忙有时候真是件麻烦事若情况真的无比棘手,你绝不会挺身而出的Young people tend to respond to being thanked with “no problem”, which older people find rude. So it’s a generational problem, yes. But also a linguistic one. Why is this? Here’s where it gets technical…当你道谢时,年轻人通常会回一句“no problem”这在老年人看来,实在太不礼貌了所以,这算个代沟问题,没错不过这也是个语言学问题至于原因嘛,就得涉及专业知识了……Both “you’re welcome” and “no problem” are phatic expressions, an expression whose sole function is to perm a social role. We use phatic expressions all the time. example when we respond to “how are you?” by saying “good, you?” Or by responding to “what’s up?” with “what’s up?”.“You’re welcome”和“no problem”都是客套用语,仅仅用作应酬我们时时都会说这样的客套话,比如有人向你问好“how are you?”(“你好吗?”),你就会说“good, you?”(“我很好,你呢?”)有人和你打招呼“what’s up?”(“嘿呦!”),你便回答“what’s up”(“嘿呦!”)Often we use a phatic response when we don’t know what else to say. Saying “I’m OK,” example, even when we’re not. Or to simply acknowledge someone, or something, when there is no need to convey actual inmation. We know people aren’t (usually) actively asking how we are, so we respond phatically. But because “thank you” is a sincere expression, many common phatic responses sound empty in comparison. The emptiness of the response is why some people tend to find “no problem” or “you’re welcome” dismissive.我们常用客套话,是因为我们不知道说什么比如,即便我们真有事,嘴上还是会说“I’m OK.”(“我没事”)有时候,我们只是提到某人某事而已,并不想多说什么大多数时候,问好就是个口头套话而已,于是我们也就用套话回答了然而,“thank you”往往带着真情实意,相比之下,再用套话回答就显得虚伪了或许,正是这种虚伪,让人们觉得“no problem”或“you’re welcome”听上去充满了轻蔑So, what are the options? Are we at a linguistic impasse?那么,当别人道谢时,究竟该说什么呢?我们真的陷入了语言困境吗?Thankfully, no.谢天谢地,没有As the Brits have long known, the correct way to respond to “thank you” is to say “thank you”. Similarly, you can respond to “cheers” with “cheers”. This response is still phatic in purpose, but the tone and context can’t be mis.英国人早就知道,别人说“thank you”(“谢谢”)时,正确的回答也是“thank you”(“谢谢”),类似于别人说“cheers”(“干杯”),你也跟着说“cheers”(“干杯”)就行此番回答听上去依旧客套,但没了讽刺味道,也不会引起歧义Effectively, you’re thanking the thanker their thanks. Everybody wins! And there’s no need to get stuck in a thank you loop; once each will do.事实上,回答“thank you”,你是在感谢对方的感谢行为这就是所谓的双赢嘛!另外,双方也没有必要无休无止地感谢下去,说上一轮就够了Thank you.谢谢Vocabularycondescension: 以恩人自居的态度;傲慢态度dismissive: 表示轻视的phatic: 应酬的;仅仅是交际性的英文来源:Buzzfeed译者:郭汪韬略编辑:丹妮

实用口语:第一次约会如何防止冷场 -- ::1 来源:   第一次约会,一定心潮澎湃、百感交集吧!不过要是心情太激动,头脑可是会变空虚哒,到时候一句话都说不出来可就尴尬了恩,要好好珍惜甜蜜的约会时刻,拒绝冷场!以下是专门教人社交技巧的外国老师所列出的适合首次约会的Conversation Starter:  1. How am I doing so far?  到目前为止我表现如何?(可以用自嘲的口吻说哦)  so far 到目前为止,迄今为止有个很常用的口语叫做:So far so good. 到目前为止一切顺利  . What three words best describe you?  哪三个词能最好地描述你?(我说这个根本是面试的问题吧……)  3. What's the one defining moment of your life so far?  能跟我讲讲你人生中至关重要的一刻吗?  defining moment 关键时刻,决定性时刻相同的用法还有crucial critical decisive moment  . What's one thing you most want to do? (Gather inmation a later date to blow their mind away)  你最想做什么?(注意啦,这可是为下次约会收集信息,到时候可以给对方一个惊喜!)  blow someone's mind (away) - to surprise or excite someone 使某人吃惊或兴奋  5. What's something your friends don't even know about you?  有什么关于你的事是连你朋友也不知道的?  6. What's the baddest dumbest thing you've ever done?  你做过的最糟糕愚蠢的事是什么?(问了对方这样的问题,不妨也谈谈自己那些或滑稽、或尴尬的时刻吧,这样的话题能帮助缓解紧张情绪哟~)  dumb 一般解释为“哑的;不说话的”,在口语里也可表示“愚笨的”既然说到dumb,我们就来看几个关于它的短语吧首先是三种比喻:as dumb as an oyster an ox a fish,字面意思是“像牡蛎公牛鱼一样沉默的确,这三种动物都是不怎么出声的吧,所以这三个短语就是指“很少讲话,沉默不语”另外我们再来学个strike sb dumb,意思等同于strike sb speechless,表示“使某人哑口无言” 防止 如何 约会 口语

教师节英语祝福语大全 -- :0:31 来源: 教师节英语祝福语大全We wish to show our gratitude and thanks with a small gift. Happy Teacher's Day!我们送您一件小礼物,以表我们对您的感激之情教师节愉快!You are like a third parent. We all love you and respect you. 您就象我们的家长,我们都敬爱您The primary purpose of education is not to teach you to earn your b, but to make every mouthful sweet. -- James Angel 教育最主要的目的,不是教你懂得如何谋生,而是使每个人生活得更香甜 -- 安吉儿We all like having you as our teacher. You have our respect and gratefulness. 我们喜欢您做我们的老师,我们尊敬您、感激您This is Teachers' Day and a time to be grateful to all teachers. This profession deserves the special recognition and respect. There is no more appropriate time than this to honour you and others in your chosen field. You have my eternal gratefulness. Have a happy Teachers' Day. 时逢教师节,是向所有教师表达谢意的日子这个职业值得受到特别的重视和尊重此刻是向您及您的同行们致敬的最佳时机我永远感激您祝节日快乐!We are more thankful than we can express. 对您的谢意,我们无法用语言来表达You have been a qualified teachers and even better friend. Thank you all that you have done. 您不仅是一位合格的教师,更是一位好朋友,谢谢您所做的一切Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. 教育不是灌满一桶水,而是点燃一团生命的火焰The man who can make hard things easy is the educator. 能使艰难之事变得容易的人是教育者Send you our everlasting feeling of gratefulness and thankfulness on this special day. 在这特别的日子谨向您致以我们永恒的感激之情A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. -- Henry Adams 一个教师对人的影响是永恒的 -- 亚当斯It is the most appropriate time to show you our thanks. 现在是向您表达感激之情最为恰当的时刻This small gift is only a tiny token of our gratefulness. We all want to thank you. 这件小小的礼物略表我们的感激之情我们大家都很感谢您I am truly grateful to you what you have done. 我深深地感激您所做的一切Dear teacher, thank you illuminating my voyage of life with your own light of life. My grateful sentiments come from the bottom of my heart. 老师,感谢您用自己的生命之光,照亮了我人生的旅途,对您我满怀感谢之情The whole secret of the teacher's ce lies in the conviction that men are convertible. 教师力量的全部秘密,就在于深信人是可以改变的No one deserves a bigger thank you than you. One day is hardly enough to show our gratitude. 没有人比您更值得如此深厚的谢意仅这一天远不足以表达我们对您的感激之情Thank you making learning not a dull thing but a great joy. 感谢您使我们把枯燥的学习变成了巨大的乐趣We all pitched to buy this gift. We are all grateful to you. Without your unselfish dedication could we achieve no success today. 这是我们买给您的礼物,谢谢您,老师没有您无私的奉献,就不会有我们今天的成功Our beloved teacher, you are the spring shower that moistens our hearts. The love and care you have given us will encourage us to go through a long and arduous journey. 亲爱的老师,您就象那春天的细雨,滋润着我们的心田您给予我们的爱和关怀将鼓舞着我们走过艰难困苦You are not only a good teacher but our close friend. Thank you helping us make something of our lives. 您不仅是一位好老师,也是我们亲密的朋友,谢谢您帮助我们奋发有为My heartfelt thanks to you, dear teacher. On the voyage of life, you have kindled the light of hope me. What you have done enriches my mind and broadens my view. On this day I honour you sincerely. 亲爱的老师,向您表达我最衷心的感谢在人生旅途上,您为我点燃了希望之光,您所做的一切润泽了我的心灵,开阔了我的视野今天我向您致以崇高的敬意I wish to express my thanks to you instructing my child. 谢谢您对我孩子的教诲My sincere thanks to you being my child's teacher. 衷心感谢您,我孩子的恩师My child speaks highly of you. Thank you very much. 我的孩子很崇敬您谢谢As parents we recognize the value of you in our child's development. Thank you what you have done.作为父母,我们深知您在我们孩子成长道路中的重要谢谢您所做的一切One good teacher in a lifetime may sometimes change a delinquent into a solid citizen. 一个好教师具有化腐朽为神奇的力量Teacher, who educate children, deserve more honor than parents, who merely gave them birth; the latter provided more life, while the mer ensure a good life. 教育儿童的教师应当享有比父母更多的荣誉,父母只给孩子生命,而教师则创造了一个完善的生命What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the soul. -- Joseph Addison 教育之于灵魂,犹如雕刻之于大理石 -- 爱迪生 祝福语 英语 大全

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