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广元市第二人民医院鼻窦炎看怎么样好不好重庆医科大学附属口腔医院突发性耳鸣要多少钱Vera: I cant believe that Stan has been arrested. I know that he wasnt always on the up-and-up, but he being accused of influence peddling and taking bribes.薇拉:我不敢相信斯坦居然被捕了我知道他为人不怎么诚实,但他被指控以权谋私和收受贿赂Keigo: Stan has been getting kickbacks years. Everybody knew that if you wanted to get what you wanted from this department, you had to grease Stan palms. There isnt a more corrupt official than Stan.敬吾:多年来斯坦一直都有拿回扣如果你想在部门有所发展,就必须买通斯坦,这是大家公认的再没有比斯坦更腐败的官员了Vera: But he was always so nice to me.薇拉:不过他对我一直很好Keigo: That was part of the problem. He was always good to his friends and family. That why he also known his nepotism and cronyism. He gave friends and family plum jobs with big salaries. He had an entire good old boy network.敬吾:这就是问题的一部分他对待亲戚朋友总是很好这就是为什么他以裙带主义和任人唯亲而出名他总是为亲戚朋友安排肥差他有一整套私人关系网Vera: Do you really think hell go to jail?薇拉:你真的认为他会进监狱吗?Keigo: Im sure of it. On second thought, if he can find a judge who on the take and is as corrupt as he is, he has a fighting chance.敬吾:我确定不过话说回来,如果他能买通一名像他一样腐败的法官,那才有机会出狱原文译文属! 186綦江大足区治疗腺样体肥大大概多少钱费用 Story Rainbow 67—I'm going to buy a new carpet.—But you can't do that.—Why can't I?—We haven't got enough money.—What are you going to do this afternoon?—I'm going to weed the garden.—Are you going to weed the garden tomorrow afternoon, too?—No. I'm going to paint the front door.—I'm going to sit on this chair.—But you mustn't.—Why not?—Because it's broken.—Do you like roast chicken?—Yes. I love it. Thank you.—Do you prefer brown meat or white meat?—I really don't mind. Thank you.—Did you buy anything when you went to Paris?—Yes. I bought a briefcase.—What's it like?—It's a large, leather one.—Did you take a bus to the meeting place?—No. I went in Richard's car.—Did Susan go in Richard's car, too?—No. She took a taxi.—Excuse me, sir, is this your cigarette lighter?—I beg your pardon?—I said "Is this your cigarette lighter".—Oh, yes, it is. Thank you so much.—Not at all. It's a pleasure.—Are you engaged, Margaret?—Of course I'm not. Why do you ask, Nicholett?—I only wanted to practice my English.—Oh, I see. You want to make use of me.—Good evening, and how have you spent the day?—I serviced and cleaned the car till lunch time.—And what did you do after lunch?—I took the family into the country a picnic.—Hello, Tony, where have you been?—Swimming.—Who did you go with?—I went with Mark and Elizabeth.—Hello, why haven't you lit your cigar?—I haven't brought my lighter.—I would lend you mine, if you like.—Thank you. That's very kind of you.—Good evening. Can I help you?—Yes. I have injured my ankle.—What happened?—I fell off a ladder last night.—What are those trays made of?—They are made of plastic.—Are trays always made of plastic?—No. They are sometimes made of wood or metal.—What's wrong?—I'm very thirsty.—Why not buy a cup of coffee, then?—Yes. That's a good idea. I will.—Excuse me. But is it half past four yet?—I'm sorry, but I haven't got a watch. Try the man with the walking stick. He has one.—Thank you. I will.Listen to these people talking about things they like, things they don't like and things they sometimes like.Kurt is talking to Georgina.Male: Do you like chocolates?Female: It depends.Instructor: Here is the question: Does she like chocolates?"Sometimes" is the correct answer.Now listen to the next example and do the same.Male: Would you like a chocolate?Female: Not at the moment. Thanks.Instructor: Here is the question: Does she like chocolates?"Don't know" is the correct answer.Here are more conversations. (a)Female: Do you like pop music?Male: It depends.Instructor: Does he like pop music?(b)Male: Would you like to come to a concert tonight?Female: Sorry. I'm afraid I can't.Instructor: Does she like pop concerts?(c)Male: Do you like good coffee?Female: Mmmm. It's delicious.Instructor: Does she like good coffee?(d)Female: Do you like English food?Male: Not all of it.Instructor: Does he like English food?(e)Male: Would you like a cup of tea?Female: I'd rather have a cool drink, please.Instructor: Does she like tea?(f)Female: Would you like an ice cream?Male: Well ... I never eat ice cream.Instructor: Does he like ice cream?(g)Male: Would you like to come to a football match tomorrow?Female: Football matches are usually awful.Instructor: Does she like football matches?(h)Male: Would you like to come to the cinema this evening?Female: That would be lovely.Instructor: Does she like the cinema?Bob and Angela are window-shopping. The shop is closed, but they are talking about the sales next week. They are planning to buy a lot of things.Bob: Look at that, Angela. True-Value are going to sell hi-fi's 7.6 pounds. I'm going to buy one. We can save at least twenty pounds.Angela: Yes, and look at the washing machines. They're going to sell some washing machines 98.95 pounds. So we can save twenty-two pounds. A washing machine is more important than a hi-fi.Bob: By the way, Angela. Do you know how much money we've got? About two hundred pounds, I hope.Angela: Here's the bank statement. I didn't want to open it. Oh, dear.Bob: What's the matter?Angela: We haven't got two hundred pounds, I'm afraid.Bob: Well, come on. How much have we got?Angela: Only 0. pounds.Susan is talking to Christine.Susan: I hear you and James are engaged at last.Christine: Yes, we are.Susan: When are you getting married?Christine: In the spring.Susan: Oh, lovely. Where's the wedding going to be?Christine: Well ... We're not sure yet, probably in St. Albans.Susan: Oh, yes, your parents live there, don't they?Christine: Yes, that's right.Susan: Where are you going to live?Christine: We're going to buy a flat or a small house somewhere in South London.Susan: Are you going to give up your job?Christine: Yes, probably, but I may look another one when we've settled in. I have a watch. It is a Swiss watch. It is not new and my friends are sometimes a little rude about it. They tell me to buy a new one. But I do not want a new one. I am very happy with my old watch. Last week it stopped. So I took it to the shop. I did not ask an estimate. Today I went to get it. Do you know how much I had to pay? Five pounds. Five pounds just cleaning a watch. Have you ever thought what it is like to be one of those beautiful girls that you see on the front of fashion magazines? They meet interesting people, they travel to exciting places, and sometimes they make a lot of money. But they have to work hard. They often have to get up very early in the morning, and of course they have to be very careful about what they eat.—I'm going to clean the blackboard.—But you can't do that.—Why can't I?—We haven't got a duster.—I'm going to drink some of this milk.—But you mustn't.—Why not?—Because it's sour.—Excuse me, Madam, did you drop your glove?—I beg your pardon? —I said "Did you drop your glove".—Oh, yes, I did. Thank you so much.—Not at all. It's a pleasure.—Where have you been?—To the cinema.—Who did you go with?—I went with Jone Judge.—What can I do you?—I have damaged my wrist, doctor.—How did you do that?—I fell on it while I was playing tennis.—What's wrong?—I have a pain in my chest.—Why not go and see your doctor?—Yes. That's a good idea. I will.—What are you going to do this evening?—I'm going to p1ay cards.—Are you going to play cards tomorrow evening, too?—No. I'm going to make a new dress.—Do you like boiled eggs?—Yes. I love them. Thank you.—Do you prefer hard ones or soft ones?—I really don't mind. Thank you.—Did you buy anything when you were in the town?—Yes. I bought a blouse.—What's it like?—It's a blue one with a high neck.—Did you walk to the match?—No. I went by car.—Did John go by car, too?—No. He cycled.—Hello, and how did you spend the holiday?—I played tennis till lunch time.—What did you do after lunch?—I went a swim with John.—Hello, why aren't you playing tennis?—I haven't brought my racket.—You can borrow mine, if you like.—Oh, thank you. That's very kind of you.—What are those shirts made of?—They are made of cotton.—Are shirts always made of cotton?—No. They are sometimes made of wool or nylon.Female: I've got two tickets a volleyball match this evening. Why don't you come?Male: Uh ... no, thanks. I ... I'm not very interested in volleyball.Female: Oh, why not? Have you ever seen it played?Male: No, I haven't, but I really don't th...Female: That's what I thought. You don't know what you're missing.Male: Don't I? Why?Female: Because it's very fast, with lots of action.Male: Really? Who's playing?Female: Two of the best women's teams in the world, one from Finland and the other from Belgium.Male: Hmm. It sounds exciting.Female: Yes, it is! Very!Male: Hmm. Well, perhaps I'll come after all.Female: Good! Now ... uh ... could you ... uh ... could I have five pounds, please?Male: Five pounds? What ?Female: Your ticket, of course. I bought two of them in advance, hoping I'd persuade you to come with me.Male: Oh ... uh ... You know, I've just remembered something.Female: What?Male: I've got to see some friends this evening.Female: Oh ... I see ... I mean ... you won't be coming, after all, then?Male: No, not unless...Female: Unless what?Male: Perhaps you could let me have the ticket a bit less? Let's say three pounds.Female: But you said you had to meet some friends!Male: Come on. I was only joking. Here's your five pounds. Of course I'll come.(sound of telephone ringing)Tom: Tom Haley speaking.Philip: Hello, Tom. It's Philip. I waited a phone call from you but I can't wait any longer. Tell me about your first week.Tom: Hmmmmmm. It wasn't easy.Philip: Wasn't it? Why? What did you have to do?Tom: On Monday and Tuesday, I lifted heavy boxes. On Wednesday, I put hundreds of bottles and tins and packets on shelves.Philip: Was it boring?Tom: Yes, very boring. And I dropped a lot of boxes.Philip: Did you break anything?Tom: Oh, just a few jars of jam and a lot of bottles of tomato juice.Philip: Ugh. What a mess. So tell me about Thursday.Tom: I'm afraid I was two hours late ... and the supervisor was really angry. Then I put price labels on bottles and tins and packets. Very confusing.Philip: Did you put the right labels on them?Tom: Not always. I made one or two mistakes.Philip: Only one or two? What did you do on Friday and Saturday?Tom: I didn't do very much. I was fed up. The supermarket was open until 9 pm. They wanted me to work overtime but I went home at six.Philip: I see. Have you still got a job?Tom: I don't know. I have to see the supervisor tomorrow.Philip: Well, you'd better get up early. Good luck!1. I hate the stairs. Sometimes the lift isn't working and you have to use the stairs. I can't get up the stairs by myself; it's my back, you see. Jane, my friend, lives on the ground floor, that's much easier. Nearly every morning I stop there a cup of tea bee I come back up here.. I don't mind living in a tall building. I don't mind the stairs. I quite like the exercise. Of course, it's difficult older people but I don't mind if you live on the top floor, like Mrs. Green, it's not easy. And I don't like the ground floor; I don't think it's safe. But I like my place. I've got three floors below me and three above, I feel very safe. My Mum lives here too, on the ground floor.3. Alice comes every morning. Well, nearly every morning. She's not young any more, you see, she's seventy-eight next birthday, and it's difficult her to walk up to the top floor. I can't go up; I can't move. It's my leg; I've got a bad leg. Carol comes to see me sometimes. She lives here too, you know, in another flat. She's my daughter. We are going to Scotland our holiday. We are leaving early on Saturday morning and I hope we will get to York about eleven o'clock. We are spending the night in York, then on Sunday we are driving up to Scotland. We are going to stay at a lovely little hotel near a lake. Of course we will probably get some rain, but I am sure we will have a fantastic holiday. People often ask me my telephone number. But I have not got a telephone, so I tell them to ring me at work. Why don't I have a telephone? I think the telephone is expensive and I prefer to write a letter. There aren't many people I want to speak to in the evening and I do not want to speak to anybody at breakfast time. When I want to use the telephone in the evening, I can always use the box at the end of the road.—Can I help you?—Yes, please. I'd like some instant coffee.—Certainly. How much would you like?—A large jar, please.—That's a very nice cardigan. Is it new?—Yes. It was very cheap. I got it in a sale.—I like it very much. It suits you very well.—Oh, thank you.—Do you many novels?—Yes. I suppose I've about four novels this year.—I see. And what was the last novel you ?—Let me see. It was A Man in Havana.—And when did you it?—I it on Tuesday evening.—Why did you it?—Well ...—Do you smoke?—Yes, I do.—How long have you been smoking ?—Six years. —And how many cigarettes have you smoked during that time?—Thousands!—I was just about to have a swim when I saw the shark!—That's nothing. I was in the middle of swimming when I saw the shark.—What happened?—I started swimming the shore, of course.(Yvonne Deraine is staying at the Hotel Noptune. She goes to the Reception Desk and asks:)Yvonne: Can I have breakfast in my room?Clerk: Certainly, madam. Breakfast is served in your room from 7 o'clock until . Here is the .Yvonne: Thank you. (looks at the ) I'd like to have the Continental Breakfast. Clerk: Yes, madam. And at what time would you like it?Yvonne: About half past eight, I think.Clerk: 8:30. Very good, madam. And what kind of fruit juice would you like? We have pineapple, orange, grapefruit ...Yvonne: I think I'd like the pineapple please.Clerk: Pineapple juice. And would you prefer tea or coffee?Yvonne: Coffee please.Clerk: Thank you very much. Goodnight.* * *(At 8:30 the next morning, there is a light tap at Yvonne's door.)Yvonne: Y-es. Come in.Maid: I've brought you your breakfast, madam.Yvonne: Oh yes. Thank you. Could you put it on the desk over there please?Maid: Shall I pour you a cup of coffee straight away, madam?Yvonne: No, thanks. I'll pour it myself in a minute.Maid: Is there anything else, madam?Yvonne: No-no, I don't think so, thank you. 191德阳市妇幼保健院过敏性鼻炎怎么样

重庆大坪医院耳膜穿孔治疗的价格Sarah:Come on! We only have two more hours bee the stores close and I want to make it to the outlet stores.莎拉:来吧!我们离商店关门只有个多小时,我还想去逛逛出口商店Aidan:I thought that when you asked if I wanted to spend the day together, you meant wed go somewhere lunch, go to a movie, or just hang out.艾丹:当你问我是否想一起度过这一天,你的意思是我们去找地方吃吃饭,看看电影,或只是闲逛Sarah:Isnt this much more fun? Shopping centers are like Disneyland!莎拉:这不是更有趣吗?购物中心就像迪斯尼乐园!Aidan:This wasnt exactly what I had in mind.艾丹:这不是我想要的Sara:Just look.莎拉:看看You have two shopping malls, retail stores, outlet stores, department stores, and specialty stores.这里有两个购物中心、零售商店、出口商店,百货商店,还有专卖店What more could you want?你还想要什么?Aidan:That great you, but what am I supposed to do?艾丹:那倒很适合你,但我该怎么办?Sarah:You can come with me, watch me try on clothes, and help me decide what to buy.莎拉:随我来,看我试穿衣,帮我决定要买什么Come on, I want to go to those stores in the strip mall over there.来吧,我要去那些购物商店Aidan:Why dont I just find a place to get a snack and wait you?艾丹:为什么我不能找个地方吃点小吃,然后等你?Im just dead weight when it comes to shopping.当谈到购物我就有点压得喘不过来气儿Sarah:But I thought you wanted to spend the day together.莎拉:我还以为你想一起度过这美妙的一天Aidan:I did, but I didnt know Id have to go to shopping hell to do it.艾丹:我的确是这样想的,但是我不晓得自己还要去地狱般的购物 61泸州医学院附属医院小儿鼻窦炎要多少钱 The lack of opporty is ever the excuse of a weak, vacillating mind. Opporties! Every life is full of them. Every lesson in school or college is an opporty. Every examination is a chance in life. Every businesstransaction is an opporty-an opporty to be polite, an opporty to be manly, an opprty to behonest, an opprty to make friends. Every proof of confidence in you is a great opporty. Every responsibility thrust upon your strength and your honor is priceless. Existence is the privilege of eft,andwhen that privilege is met like a man, opporties to succeed along the line of your aptitude will come faster than you can use them.Young men and women, why do you stand here all the day idle? Was the land all occupied bee you were born?Has the earth ceased to yield its increase? Are the seats all taken? The positions all filled? the chances all gone? are the resources of your country fully developed? Are the secrets of nature all mastered? Isthere no way in which you can utilize these passing moments to improve yourself or benefit another? Dont wait your opporty. Make it, make it as Napoleon made his in a hundred ;impossible; situations. Make it, as all leaders of men , in war and in peace, have made their chaces of success. Make it, as every man must, who would accomplish anything worth the eft. Glolden opporties are nothing to laziness, butindustry makes the commmonest chances golden. 357387成都中山医院耳鼻喉专家医生

重庆爱德华医院咽喉炎要多少钱Jack: So, what do you think of the new guy ?Kate: Oh, you mean Bernard? He’s okay, I guess. Why? Jack: Well, I heard that he left his last company under mysterious circumstances. I tried to find out more from Libby, but she was very hush-hush about it.Kate: I’m not surprised. Libby doesn’t like to gossip, unlike some people… Jack: I’m not gossiping. I just like to know more about the people I work with.Kate: Okay, but don’t start any rumors. Bernard seems nice and I think we should give him a chance.Jack: Don’t worry. I’ll cut him some slack , but I want to know what skeletons are in his closet. Kate: Take it from me. You won’t find any dirty little secrets and you may make an enemy of Bernard in the process. Jack: You’re probably right but I wonder what Nathan knows…Script by Dr. Lucy Tse 1958 Leisure Time闲暇时间True to their reputation as leisureloving gourmets,the French spend more time sleeping and eating than anyone else among the world wealthy nations, according to a study published on Monday. 法国人不愧被誉为;休闲美食家本周一公布的一项调查表明,与世界其它发达国家相比,法国人花在睡觉和吃饭上的时间最多The average French person sleeps almost nine hours every night, more than an hour longer than the average Japanese and Korean, who sleep the least in a survey of 18 members of the Organisation Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) .这项由经合组织对其 18个成员开展的调查表明,普通的法国人每晚的睡眠时间达近 9个小时,比日本人和韩国人长一个多小时,日韩两国人的睡眠时间为受调查国中最短Despite their siesta habit, Spaniards rank only third in the poll after Americans, who sleep more than 8.5 hours. 尽管西班牙人有午睡习惯,但他们在该调查中也仅名列第二位,居睡眠时间超过 8.5小时的美国人之后And while more and more French people grab a bite at fast-food chains these days or wolf down a sandwich at their desk, they still spend more than two hours a day eating. 虽然如今有越来越多的法国人选择在快餐店就餐或者在办公桌前吃块二明治了事,不过他们每天花在吃饭上的时间仍超过两个小时That means their meals are twice as long as those of the average Mexican, who dedicates just over an hour a day to food, the OECD ;Society at a Glance; report on work, health and leisure in Asia, Europe and North and South America found. 这意味着法国人花在吃饭上的时间为墨西哥人的两倍,墨西哥人每天花在吃饭上的时间仅略多于一小时经合纽织的这项调查报告名为;社会综览;,主要对洲人的工作、健康和休闲生活进行了调查The Japanese, Scrimping on sleep and burdened with long commutes and working hours, still manage to spend close to two hours a day eating and drinking, placing them third behind New Zealanders. 尽管日本人睡眠时间少、通勤和工作时间长,但他们每天仍会在吃喝上花上近两个小时,日本在该项排名第二位,仅次于新西兰Despite the moderate amount of time Americans spend eating each day -about an hour and a quarter -U.S obesity rates are the highest in the 30 members of OECD. 美国人每天花在吃饭上的时间较为适中,约为1小时 分钟,但美国的肥胖率在经合组织的 30个成员国中最高The Japanese like to spend what remains of their scarce free time watching television or listening to the radio. This takes up 7 percent of leisure time in Japan. 日本人喜欢把他们宝贵的闲暇时光花在看电视或听广播上,这两项占日本人日常休闲时间的 7%Turks, on the other hand, spend more than a third of their leisure time entertaining friends. 而土耳其人则有二分之一的休闲时光用在交友上Norwegians spend the most time at leisure, just over a quarter of their day, while at the low end, Mexicans spend just percent of their time having fun. 挪威人花在休闲上的时间最多,他们一天中有四分之一的时间用于休闲,而墨西哥人的休闲时间最少,仅用去一天的 %The OECD has 30 members. The survey covers only the countries which appropriate figures were available. 经合组织共有 30个成员国该调查的范围仅限于能提供确切数据的国家 3983成都市妇女儿童中心医院耳膜穿孔治疗的价格重庆市看腺样体肥大价格

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