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A:I was inquiring about a bill that I never got. 我来问一下为什么我的账单还没有寄到B:Which credit card was the bill ?哪个信用卡?A:The bill was my Master Card.万事达信用卡B:That bill should have been mailed about two weeks ago. 两周之前就应该寄到了A:It never came in the mail. 邮箱里没有B:My computer shows that it has aly been mailed.我的电脑里显示已经送达了A:I have not gotten my bill, so what should I do about that? 但是没有到我手上啊,我该怎么办?B:You should try contacting your post office. 你应该跟当地的邮局联系A:If it is the post office fault, may I have an extension on my bill? 如果是邮局的责任,我能延期付吗?B:Youll have to prove it was their error; then you can get an extension.那么你需要明那是他们的过错,这样才可以延期A:Thank you all your help. 谢谢你的帮助B:You are very welcome. Have a good day. 不客气,祝你过得愉快 33

  Were you late to work yesterday because you couldnt remember where you put your car keys? Did you completely get about a coffee date last week with a friend and only remember when you got a text asking, ;where are you?; Can you no longer remember the name of your favorite elementary school teacher? Memory problems impact just about everyone to a certain degree, but science suggests you might be able to improve your memory, as well as reduce the likelihood of Alzheimer and dementia, by engaging in certain activities, eating specific foods, and using certain mnemonic devices.有时,你会不会因为忘记把车钥匙放哪而上班迟到?或者是完全忘记和朋友喝咖啡的约定,结果收到朋友问你在哪里的短信才突然想起和朋友有约?抑或是早就不记得小学的时候那位你最喜欢的老师的名字了?记忆问题几乎困扰着每一个人,只是程度不同而已,但是科学家认为,或许你可以通过进行一些特定的活动、食用一些特定的食物或者采用一些特定的记忆方法来提高自己的,并且降低患阿尔茨海默症和痴呆的风险People with near-perfect memories actually exist, and they have something called an ;eidetic memory,; which means they can recall a remarkable amount of inmation from their past experiences. Interestingly, many people assume having an eidetic memory means having a ;perfect; memory, but even these superhuman memory machines can have some trouble recalling absolutely every detail with crystal clear accuracy. However, that doesnt mean you cant emulate these memory superstars and improve your own memory and protect yourself against age-related diseases and maladies.确实有人有近乎完美的记性,可以从过去经历中检索出大量信息只是,即使很多人认为这样的记忆已经很完美,他们有的时候也不能准确清晰地记起一些特定的细节虽然真正完美的记忆并不存在,但你还是可以拥有近乎完美的,超越这些记忆达人,去抵抗岁月给你带来的疾病和健忘Some scientists believe people with excellent recall and the ability to remember everything use a special mental filing system to keeping things organized in their memories. Mental tricks are also used by magicians to wow audiences with seemingly impossible feats of memory. But do you need to know special tricks or have an eidetic memory to remember everything? If youre worried youve gotten more in life than you ever knew, dont worry. Science has you covered! Check out these scientific secrets to a perfect memory.有些科学家认为,那些超群的人其实是采用了一种特殊的“归档法”来使自己记忆的东西变得有条理有的时候,魔术师们也会用上一些需要超高记忆能力的心理欺骗术使观众连连惊叹但是你如果你只是担心自己会忘记日常生活中的一些小事情,其实并不需要用到心理欺骗术这么高端的东西啦!一些科学小方法就可以帮助你实现这个目标以下就是个提高记忆能力的方法,你记得住吗?. Drawing Words Helps Your Brain Recall Them. 把单词画出来!The ;Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology; published a study in early entitled, ;The drawing effect: Evidence reliable and robust memory benefits in free recall.; While the title seems a bit long and complex, the study actually demonstrated a very simple idea. Drawing words in picture m helps people make better and stronger memories. The authors of the study created simple tasks where a participant would first draw a simple word, like a common piece of fruit. Later, the authors of the study would ask the participants to recall the words they drew. Other participants in the study were given different tasks like repeating the given word aloud a certain number of times or actually writing the word down. The researchers found that participants who drew doodles of the words they needed to recall fared much better than other participants.年上半年,《实验心理学期刊刊登了一项研究,题为“绘画效应:帮你在无障碍回忆的过程中构筑可靠强大的”虽然这篇文章的题目看起来有点长、有点复杂,但是它明的观点其实很简单,即把单词画出来的记忆方式能够建立更为优质牢固的记忆研究的主持人进行了一个简单任务实验,在实验中,一位参与者要求画出简单的单词,比如常见的水果,接着,他被要求回忆自己画的是些什么单词另一些参与者被要求重复朗读给出的单词Anyone who doesnt feel they can tap into their inner-Picasso to create amazing drawings neednt worry. The study demonstrated that it wasnt the quality of the doodles and drawings that helped participants recall given words. Drawing a simple outline of a banana offered just as much benefit to the memory as a perfectly drawn piece of fruit. Additionally, the study found that participants only needed to spend a few seconds on their drawing to receive a significant boost to their ability to recall the word. The researchers plan to take their research a step further in the future by introducing more complex words and ideas and measuring the memory success of participants asked to recall those intricate thoughts.结果发现,被要求画出单词的参与者能够更准确地记起这些单词而且画本身的质量并不会对记忆效果有什么影响,帮助记忆的仅仅是“画画”这个动作对于香蕉,画一个大概的轮廓和详细的画出每个细节,产生的作用是一样的参与者们即使只是花上几秒来画画,也能在记忆结果上有显著提高研究人员还计划进一步地引进更复杂的单词甚至观点表述来观察参与者记忆表述的准确度9. Putting Yourself in Someone Else Shoes Improves Memory9. 设身处地也能提高A study published in the journal ;Clinical Psychological Science; in showcased the power of self-imagination, which showed the technique could help people with impaired memories, as well as individuals with no memory problems. As with other studies of human memory, the scientists asked participants to remember a list of words related to certain personality traits. The participants were then asked to use a specific strategy to help them recall the words. example, some participants were asked to remember one personality trait by thinking of a second word that rhymed with the trait. Other participants were asked to remember the definition of the trait while others were asked to engage in ;self-referential processing; where they would think about the trait in a personal, self-reflective way.《临床心理学在年刊登的一篇研究文章中凸显了设身处地的作用不管当事人有没有记忆方面的问题,这个方法都能够提高他们的提高记忆能力和其他针对人类记忆的研究一样,科学家们要求参与者们记忆一个关于人格特点的单词表参与者被要求使用特定的、能够帮助他们回忆的方法比如有些参与者用谐音记忆,有些联想这个特征的定义,有一些则用“设身处地法”,把自己想象成那么一个人The study participants asked to imagine acting out the trait, which is a method of self-imagining, were most successful in remembering the personality traits when questioned about them later. In fact, study participants who engaged in self-imagining were three times as likely to successfully remember a personality trait than participants who didnt use any type of memory device or method. The scientists in charge of the study believe that self-imagining could help individuals in rehabilitation programs, as well as anyone with a memory impairment. However, it likely that the technique could help just about everyone, even if he or she wasnt currently in a rehabilitation program or diagnosed with memory problems. example, if you wanted to remember where a friend bought a pair of shoes, you might imagine yourself walking into that store to buy the shoes.结果那些要求进行设身处地和角色扮演的人在随后的提问环节表现最好准确地说,这些运用设身处地法进行记忆的人记单词的效率是使用其他记忆方式的人的三倍虽然主持这项实验的科学家们研究的是设身处地法对患有损伤的人恢复记忆的影响,但无论人们有没有记忆损伤,皆可能受益于此如果你想记住朋友在哪买了一双鞋子,不妨就试着想象走进店里买鞋的是自己8. Experienced Better Cognitive Permance With Bare Feet8. 赤脚能够提高A fascinating study from researchers at the University of North Florida reveals that running barefoot may actually improve your memory more than running with shoes. While most memory studies seem to take place in a laboratory or room where everyone sits at a table, this experiment definitely introduced an interesting idea to the search a better memory. The experiment focused on something called ;working memory,; which is the human ability to process inmation and recall details throughout life. The scientists published the results of their study in ;Perceptual and Motor Skills,; and found that running barefoot resulted in a not-insignificant memory boost when compared with memory permance after running with shoes. The researchers found that tossing your shoes off and running about minutes at a comtable pace could result in a % improvement in working memory permance.北弗罗里达大学的一个有趣的实验明光脚跑步比穿鞋跑步更能提高和那些在实验室和室内坐在桌子边进行的试验不同,在这个实验中,研究人员们引入了一些有趣的观点来探索提高的奥秘实验的研究对象为“工作记忆”,即人们加工信息和回顾生活细节的能力科学家们发现,光脚跑步比起穿鞋跑步来说,可以对产生轻微的提高在试验中,年龄为18-周岁的参与者们被要求跑两轮,一次穿鞋,一次不穿鞋Participants in the study were between the ages of 18 and and were asked to run twice – with and without shoes. After completing their quick runs, researchers found that the heart rate and overall run speed of each participant had no effect on memory, but the presence of shoes or bare feet did. The researchers have hypothesized that the need to engage the mind while running barefoot to avoid pebbles or other impediments could have a positive impact on a person ability to remember things. If youre an adventurous person, you might try taking a barefoot jog around the block bee your next test or bee you need to remember something important.经对比,科学家们发现,快跑之后心率变化和整体的跑步速度对记忆结果没有影响,但是穿不穿鞋却有影响具体地说,脱下鞋慢跑分钟就能够让“流水记忆”能力提高%这一研究结果后被发表在了《知觉与运动技能一书上科学家们推断 ,可能是因为不穿鞋跑步的时候,人们需要时刻担心石头或者其他障碍物,这个过程对记忆能力的提高产生了正面的影响如果你是一个冒险主义者,也许在下次考试或者需要记忆什么重要事项之前可以试着在小区光着脚慢跑试试7. Pumping Iron Could Enhance Long-Term Memory7. 举重训练可以帮助提高长期The theory that exercise boosts your intelligence might have some basis in fact according to a study conducted at Georgia Tech. Even if you dont like lifting weights, and the inside of a gym makes you want to run the nearest doughnut shop, it might take just minutes to enhance your memory, according to the study. Researchers asked participants to work out minutes in an intense manner and found that just minutes of activity could help improve ;episodic memory; by as much as % in young adults.根据乔治亚工学院年的一项研究,运动确实可以开发智力,即使你不喜欢举重训练或者不喜欢健身馆的环境,想改用吃坚果的方式提高,通过锻炼提高其实只需要分钟在这项实验中,研究人员要求参与者进行分钟的高强度训练,他们发现,仅仅分钟就可以让年轻人的“事件记忆”能力(也叫长期)提高%Episodic memory is also known as long-term memory, and the researchers approached the study of exercise in a different manner than previous studies. Other studies examined the impact of aerobic exercise conducted over many months, but this study simply asked participants to lift weights a single time. During the test, half of the participants were asked to use a weight machine bee recalling a series of images they were shown at the start of the test. The other half of the participants were also asked to recall the images but without having engaged in any strenuous activity bee the recall session. In demonstrating the memory improvement the participants who engaged in just a single session of weight lifting, the researchers were able to show that improving one memory through exercise didnt take hours of dedication in the gym. The next time you have the opporty to lift weights or someone tries to convince you to join the gym you might just want to take him or her up on the offer.在实验中,参与者们被要求回忆一些他们在实验开始的时候看到的图片,其中,一半参与者在回忆之前进行了举重训练,另一半参与者没有进行这样的高强度活动他们发现,参与了举重训练的人在记忆能力上有所提高这项研究实现了运动研究上的独辟蹊径,其他研究的研究对象多是对有氧运动本身,研究时间跨度长达数,但是这项研究的研究对象却是人类记忆,在研究时也仅仅是要求参与者们花一点时间举重而已研究人员明了其实提升并不需要数个小时的锻炼下次再有谁让你去举重或者去健身馆锻炼的话,你大概会想感谢他一番的吧?6. Cutting Down on Saturated Fats Could Preserve Your Memory6. 减少饱和脂肪摄入可以帮助保持A study cited in an from Harvard University suggests your diet could have a significant impact on your memory as you age. Scientists at Brigham and Women Hospital published a study within the ;Annals of Neurology; that suggested women who ate high levels of saturated fat in foods like red meat and butter didnt perm as well on memory tests than women who regularly consumed less saturated fat. Researchers havent yet discovered the connection between saturated fat and memory, but they hypothesize it could have something to do with a person genes. Scientists and doctors have long recommended that patients work to control their cholesterol levels as they age to protect the memory during the aging process.哈佛大学的一项研究明,随着年龄增长,饮食可能会对你的有重要的影响妇女医院的科学家们在《神经病学记事发表的研究报告指出,食用含有大量饱和脂肪酸的食物(如红肉和黄油)的女性比正常饮食的女性记性更差虽然研究人员暂时没有发现和饱和脂肪之间的确切联系,但是他们猜测饱和脂肪酸也许对基因有那么些影响The Harvard suggests that protecting the brain with a heart-healthy diet could be the key to warding off dementia and keeping your memory intact well into your golden years. Some studies have suggested certain foods have a positive impact on memory, but no study thus far has revealed the existence of a miracle food. The idea that a heart-healthy diet could also prove beneficial to the brain and memory has become popular with doctors studying Alzheimer disease and dementia. Some of the risk factors associated with heart disease are similar to those associated with dementia and Alzheimer. Foods recommended a heart-healthy diet include fruits, vegetables, and whole-grain b, as well as beans, nuts, and olive oil. If you cant use every one of these scientific secrets to a perfect memory, a healthy diet might help you avoid losing it!这篇文章指出,食用有益于心脏的食物是防止痴呆、保护的关键一些心脏病的并发症和阿尔茨海默症以及痴呆症的并发症十分相似,研究阿尔茨海默症和痴呆症的教授们认为,有益于心脏的食物大概也有益于大脑和记忆水果、蔬菜、全麦面包、豆子、坚果和橄榄油都有对心脏有益如果这个方法你不能都采用的话,一个健康的饮食至少能让你不要丢失记性 59

  As larger numbers of Chinese tourists are coming to the US with more individualized travel plans, more are turning their eyes to cultural and art attractions, rather than a shopping spree.随着更多中国游客带着更个性化的旅行计划赴美旅游,越来越多的人不再青睐疯狂购物,而是将目光转向文化和艺术景点;We have seen the rise of independent Chinese tourists a while, and they have showed increasing interest in culture and arts,; Lin Xiaowen, a tour guide with the Metropolitan Museum of Art (the Met) in New York, told Xinhua in a recent interview.纽约大都会艺术物馆讲解员林晓雯接受新华社最近的一次采访时表示;“近年来,我们已经看到越来越多的中国散客,他们对文化艺术的兴趣越来越浓厚”There used to be a time when the luxury stores on the Fifth Avenue of New York City (NYC) were frequented by Chinese consumers. But now, they have turned to the attractions other than luxury.曾几何时,纽约第五大道的奢侈品店是中国消费者经常光顾的不过现在,他们已经转向其他景点,而不是奢侈品了;In recent years, the number of Chinese tourists (to the Met) is keeping rising. In , it was only about 50,000 (annually), but since , the number has aly over 0,000,; said Lin, ;So, Chinese visitors have become the largest group of eign visitors in Met since then.;林晓雯说道:“近年来,参观大都会艺术物馆的中国游客数量在持续增长年(全年)仅有5万名中国游客参观大都会艺术物馆,但年以来,这一数字一直高于万,从那时起中国游客已成为物馆最大的外国游客群”In fiscal year of , the number of visitors to this iconic museum has reached 6.3 million, which has been attributed in a large part to Chinese elements and tourists.在财政年,前往这个标志性的物馆的游客数量已达到630万,其中很大程度上要归因于中国元素和游客Responding to the sharp rise of Chinese visitors, the museum made efts to cater to the Chinese, including audio tours and maps in Mandarin, opening a Chinese Weibo , and even acceptance of UnionPay.为了应对人数急剧崛起的中国游客,这家物馆努力迎合中国风格,包括普通话的语音导览和地图,以及开通中国微账号,甚至持银联消费Chinese tourists now choose to spend more time in the spots like Washington Square, enjoying some coffee, or take a walk around famous campus.如今,中国游客选择在华盛顿广场之类的地方逗留更久,品品咖啡,或是在名校周边散散步Moreover, they are more interested in staying here longer to have an exploration of that local commy in depth, instead of just superficial stay one night or a couple of days.此外,他们越来越喜欢逗留更久,以便深入了解当地环境,而非仅仅走马观花式地待上一晚或几天 56851。

  When you hear the words ;medical condition,; it likely that you automatically think it bad news. If you are a hypochondriac, the very thought of those terrifying words makes you cringe. Although all medical conditions have some or many disadvantages, a few medical conditions actually grant some rather extreme abilities. We may find these abilities pretty extraordinary. However, the bad often outweighs the good when it comes to them.你在听到;病况;一词时,很有可能会下意识地想到有坏事发生了你如果是个忧郁症患者,可能会谈;病;色变虽然各种医学病症或多或少会给人带来不便,但是有些病却可以让人们拥有非常强大的能力,让你与众不同然而,人们真的拥有这种能力后,却会发现,它带来的痛苦大于快乐.Super Acute Hearing.听觉过度灵敏Just imagine one of your so called ;friends; is talking about you behind your back. You get frustrated at the sound of muttered whispers that you cant seem to understand. Instead of asking them about what they said, youd rather hear it yourself, and you might even wish you had some sort of super hearing ability. Well, that sort of ability is exactly what Stephen Mabbutt once acquired.想象这样一个场景:一个你所谓的;朋友;正在背后议论你他们在窃窃私语,而你却听不清他们在议论什么你肯定很失望,还不能问他们到底在说什么只能自己竖着耳朵去听,这时,你可能会想,我如果拥有敏锐听觉的超能力就好了而斯蒂芬·马布特曾经有过这样的能力Although you may instantly feel jealous, you really shouldnt be. Stephen didnt like his condition. Besides having the ability to hear a whispered conversation, Stephen acute hearing was so superb he could literally hear his eyeballs roll back and th. Not only could he hear his eyeballs, Stephen could hear other various noises his body made throughout the day.So, what medical condition causes this? A rare condition called hyperacusis. Although hyperacusis is a condition of its own, it is often caused by a syndrome or disease. Stephen had a syndrome called superior canal dehiscence. The syndrome is caused by missing bone over the top of the semicircular canal, which is an internal part of the ear. Symptoms include dizziness, vertigo, headaches, and (of course) hyperacusis.Stephen became so aggravated with his condition that he sought out treatment and had surgery to repair his ear. He is now cured and hears just like us average human beings.你可能马上心生嫉妒,但是你真的没必要这样斯蒂芬并不喜欢自己过度灵敏的听觉他的听觉异常灵敏,除了可以听清别人窃窃私语,还能清楚地听到自己眼球来回转动的声音,还可以听到身体发出的其他声音那么,是什么疾病让他落得如此下场呢?这是一种罕见的病症,叫做听觉过敏症虽然听觉过敏的发病有其先决条件,但它又常常由一种综合症或疾病所引发斯蒂芬曾患有上半规管裂综合症,此综合症是由半规管顶部骨块断裂丢失所致而半规管正好就是耳朵内部构造的一部分此综合症症状包括头晕、目眩、头痛,当然还有听觉过度灵敏后来斯蒂芬听觉过度灵敏的症状严重恶化他四处寻医,找到了治疗方法,并做了耳部修复手术现在,他已经痊愈,听力水平和正常人无异9.The Ability To Never Gain Weight9.不管怎么吃都不会变胖What exactly would you do if you had the ability to never gain weight? With this sort of ability, youd probably never have to pull yourself up to go to a hot and sweaty gym or do some vigorous home exercise. Seems a bit like a dream, doesnt it?你的体重如果永远都不会增加,那么你会做些什么?有了这样的能力,你大概再也不会强迫自己去健身房或在家里运动了这听上去似乎是个美梦,但事实没那么简单Well, this particular ability isnt exactly fictional. A young woman by the name of Lizzie Velasquez suffers from it. Although we all have desires to eat certain delicious foods, Lizzie has to eat every minutes whether she is full or not. This is because she was born without adipose tissue and is constantly losing weight.The condition of losing body fat rapidly and improperly distributing it is called lipodystrophy. It is caused by a variety of syndromes and diseases, but only a few of them can cause a severe case of it. Lizzie lipodystrophy is caused by Wiedemann Rautenstrauch syndrome, which is also known as neonatal progeroid syndrome. The syndrome not only causes severe weight loss and complete lack of adipose tissue, but it also causes growth delays and premature aging.There isnt a cure Wiedemann Rautenstrauch syndrome. However, Lizzie has learned to deal with and manage her condition. She also plans on being the best motivational speaker that she can be.这种特殊的能力确实存在,却让一位名叫莉齐·维拉斯奎斯的年轻女士深受其害我们虽然都渴望美食,但莉齐不管是饱还是饿,不得不每分钟就进食一次因为她生来就没有脂肪组织,体重时刻减少这种身体脂肪组织快速损耗且损耗不均的症状叫脂肪代谢障碍,它由各种各样的综合症和疾病引发,但是只有一小部分会导致严重的脂肪代谢障碍莉齐的病症由魏德曼施特劳赫综合征引发,也就是大家所知晓的新生儿型类早衰症这种综合症不仅会导致体重严重减少,脂肪组织完全缺失,还会造成发育延迟和过早衰老至今还未找到该病的治愈疗法,但是,莉齐已经学会了如何控制病情同时,她也打算尽她所能,成为一名最优秀的励志演说家8.Massive Strength8.天生神力Do you consider yourself a bodybuilder because of your impressive strength and muscle? If not, chances are that you know someone who does. You probably wonder exactly how long it takes someone to gain such strength. Did you know some people are actually born with immense strength?你想做一个力大无比,肌肉发达的健美运动员吗?也许你从未考虑过,不过你可以在接下来的内容中了解一下那些有这种想法的人你知道健美运动员要练得如此有力,需要花多长时间才可以吗?实际上,有些人无需苦练,却天生拥有神力At less than six months of age, a boy by the name of Liam Hoekstra aly had the strength to exercise. It wasnt like he was pushed or pressured to do it (after all, he was just a baby). He did it naturally. If his mother held him up, Liam would begin to do the ;Iron Cross,; which is a move professionally done by highly trained gymnasts.After being shocked by what they saw, Liam parents knew that something was very different about their child. Like any concerned pair of parents, they got him checked out by the doctor. As it turns out, Liam has a very rare condition that grants him super strength and fast muscle growth.It called myostatin-related muscle hypertrophy. It caused by a low amount of myostatin which is a type of protein. The specific protein is supposed to make the body resistant to gaining an extreme amount of muscle. Having high levels of myostatin causes low muscle gain, and low levels of myostatin leads to high levels of muscle gain. Liam myostatin levels are considered very low due to the condition, resulting in massive muscle growth on his young body.Many would probably assume that people with the condition may have some serious health concerns. However, the condition itself doesnt seem to cause any serious medical problems. Overall, people with the condition have the same life span and mentality as healthy people without the condition.一个叫利亚姆·霍克斯特拉的男婴在未满6个月的时候就已经会做增力运动了但他这样做并没有人强迫,而是婴儿的天性使然每当他妈妈把他举起来,他就会开始做体操中一种高难度的吊环动作——;水平十字;,只有训练有素的专业运动员才能做到孩子都是父母的掌上明珠自己的儿子如此天赋异禀,利亚姆的父母对此感到震惊之余,更担忧的是孩子的健康状况,于是他们带利亚姆到医院做了检查结果显示,在利亚姆身上出现了一种非常罕见的状况,致使他天生神力和拥有非常发达的肌肉这种状况往往是由抑制肌肉过度肥大的蛋白质缺失而引起的这是肌肉生长抑制素基因的变异导致的肌肉肥大人体内肌肉生长抑制素含量过高就会导致肌肉萎缩,反之则会导致肌肉肥大利亚姆的状况表明,他体内肌肉生长抑制素含量较低,所以才会长出与他年龄不符,过度发达的肌肉身体存在这种状况的人都会有严重的健康隐患吗?实则不然,这种状况本身并不会引发严重的疾病总的说来,身体存在这种状况的人,寿命和心智与其他人并无两样7.Super Stretchy Skin7.弹力过度性皮肤If one of your favorite superheroes is Mr. Fantastic of the Fantastic Four, youre probably aly jittering with anticipation this next outrageous ability. While it isnt exactly a superhero quality, it is a very unique ability. Instead of having tight and ashy skin, some people have velvety skin that stretches to an extreme length. It one of the symptoms of a rare genetic condition called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. It caused by poor production of collagen, which is the stuff that holds the body skin together.你最喜欢的英雄中如果有《神奇四侠里的神奇先生,那接下来要提到的这种神奇症状应该正合你的口味不过这并不是一种超能力,而是一种非常罕见的疾病患有这种疾病的人,皮肤并不像常人一般紧致,而是松弛且延展过度,犹如天鹅绒般触感柔软这是一种罕见的遗传病,名为;埃莱尔-当洛综合征;其病因是由于人体内缔结组织的主要蛋白质之一的胶原蛋白缺失而引发的Although it seems like something ;cool; to have, sufferers of the syndrome have a large variety of grueling symptoms. Constant joint pain, fragile blood vessels, and skin tearing are just a few. A very common complication is the skin inability to hold stitches if the sufferer happens to need them. Untunately, there isnt a cure Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. However, those with it manage the condition by taking pain medication, controlling their blood pressure, attending physical therapy, and knowing their skin limits.虽然;皮肤超有弹性、能随意延展;听起来很有趣,然而此病患者却要遭受很多折磨因皮肤过度伸展,患者会常年遭受诸如关节疼痛、血管易破裂、小伤口十天半个月都无法愈合的折磨伴随这种病症最常见的麻烦是,不能在患者的皮肤上缝针令人遗憾的是,目前针对这种病症没有根治方法患者只能通过用止痛药、控制血压、接受理疗、时刻关注自己皮肤状况的方法来缓解病情6.Extreme Photographic Memory6.超强的We all know one person who brags about their ;photographic memory,; which is also known as eidetic memory. Although their memory might be rather impressive, is their memory superb enough to draw an entire city after viewing it just a few minutes?我们都知道,好其实就是指拥有异常清晰的记忆能力这些人的记忆能力或许的确超于常人,但是否能达到在鸟瞰一座城市几分钟之后,就将整个城市画出来这般强悍呢?A man by the name of Stephen Wiltshire truly has some extreme eidetic memory. After taking a -minute helicopter ride over New York City, Stephen began to work on his masterpiece—a panoramic, -foot wide drawing of the entire city. It only took him less than a week to fully complete. New York City isnt the only thing Stephen has drawn. He also drew various parts of Rome and Hong Kong solely from memory.So, what condition causes this sort of massive eidetic memory? A very rare condition called savant syndrome. Although it usually caused by autism, it could also be caused by various mental illnesses or some m of brain damage. Untunately, the sufferer often has a very low IQ and other mental disabilities. However, in return, the sufferer gains an extremely unique m of talent usually involving artistic or musical potential.斯蒂芬·威尔特的确有这样的超能力他在直升机上鸟瞰纽约城分钟之后,便开始了他的杰作——一副英尺宽的纽约全景图他在不到一个星期的时间内就完成了这幅作品纽约全景图并不是他唯一的作品,他还根据自己的记忆,画了罗马和香港的很多地区那么,是什么原因让他拥有异常清晰的呢?有一种很罕见的症状叫做;学者综合症;,这多数是由自闭症导致的,也可能因大脑受损或是其他大脑疾病引发不幸的是,患者的智商通常很低并患有智力障碍但在某些方面,反而是个优势,例如在艺术或音乐上,他们却拥有超乎常人的能力翻译:叫我王二白 前十网 18579

  A: Could you bring me some food, please?B: Sure. What do you fancy?A: Can I have a bottle of champagne, lobster tail, and filet mignon, medium rare?B: Sir, the filet mignon was so popular tonight that we ran out. May I suggest the porterhouse?A: Oh, no filet? Okay, porterhouse will be fine then.B: Perhaps you would like chocolate-covered strawberries with the champagne?A: Not tonight, but thank you the suggestion.B: Okay. This will be charged to your amenities , okay?A: No problem.B: Your food will be brought to you momentarily. I hope you enjoy it. 01A: Hello, is this the Legal Advice Line?B: You are in the right department. What can I do you?A: I think that the landlord where I am trying to rent an apartment may be discriminating against me.B: Discrimination is a pretty broad term. What type, specifically?A: I have a feeling that he will not consider my application because of my race.B: Are you sure that race was the issue? What makes you feel this way?A: When he saw me in person, he seemed bothered by me although I seemed to be under consideration when I e-mailed him.B: Do you have any proof that he would not rent to you because of your race?A: I didn’t see one person in that whole building who wasn’t the same race as the manager.B: It is difficult to prove racial discrimination, but you may file a mal complaint in our office. 398

  A: Is there a medication you can prescribe to help me with my problem?B: There are various choices of blood pressure medication that we can try.A: What is available?B: We could start with Hydrochlorothiazide, which is a diuretic.A: Are there many side effects?B: There really are not many side effects. You need to drink a lot of water when you take this pill.A: Is that the only medication I need to take?B: It might be, but a while I also want you to take an ACE inhibitor, Lisinopril.A: What are the side effects of that drug?B: You may have a little bit of a dry cough, but you will feel much better. 6791A: This is Manager Liang's office, what can I do you? B: This is Wang Xiao from AB company speaking. Our CEO Mr. Green has an appointment with Mr. Liang tomorrow morning. But there is a minor change in tomorrow's schedule. Mr. Green has an abrupt urgent case tomorrow and he has to go abroad today. He wanted me to convey his apology to Mr. Wang.A: OK. I'll tell him.B: And Mr. Green will make another appointment when Mr. Wang comes back.A: OK. Thanks calling.B: Bye!A: Bye!重点知识讲解:CEO Chief Executive Officer 执行总裁,首席执行官Minor 最小的,少量的其反义词是major,意为“较多的,主要的”Abrupt 突然的,突发的Urgent 紧急的Convey 传达“convey sht. to sb.” 的意思是“向某人传达某事”,比如在对话中“convey one’s apology to sb.” 的意思就是“向某人传达歉意” 77

  

  Lesson One第一课Putting Caller on Hold请打电话的人等候R:Reception.接待员:你好,前台G:Is this Susan?旅客:是苏珊吗?R:Yes it is.How may I help you?接待员:是我,您有什么事吗?G:Hi,Susan.This is Mr.Smith in Room 31.旅客:你好,苏珊 ,我是31房间的Smith 先生R:(The other phon rings)Oh,Im sorry Mr.Smith.接待员:(这时另外一部电话响了)喔,对不起,Smith 先生,Could you hold a moment please?(请稍等一下好吗?G:Sure.旅客:可以R:Thank you holding.接待员:谢谢您的等待Lesson Two第二课Taking a Simple Message记录简单的留言G:May I speak to Ryan,please?旅客:我能和赖安讲话吗?R:Im sorry,Ryan not on duty right now.接待员:对不起,Ryan 现在不在,Is there anyone else who can help you?找其他的人可以吗?G:No,thanks.Can you please tell me when he comes on duty today?旅客:不用了,谢谢你能告诉我他今天什么时候在吗?R:Ryan has the afternoon shift today so hell be here at :00 p.m.接待员:Ryan 今天上中班,所以他下午:00在Would you like to leave a message?您要留言吗?G:Yes,please.Could you ask him to call me back as soon as possible?旅客:是的,麻烦你告诉他尽快给我回个电话好吗?R:Certainly.May I have your name,please?接待员:当然请问您的姓名?G:Oh,sorry.This is Don Bradd.旅客:喔,对不起我叫Don Bradd.R:Would you spell that me,please?接待员:能给我拼写一下您的姓名吗?您不介意拼写一下吧?G:Don Bradd.旅客:Don BraddR:Don Bradd.接待员:Don BraddG:That right.旅客:对R:And does Ryan have your phone number?接待员:Ryan 有您的电话号码吗?G:He should,but maybe Id better give it to you just in case.旅客:他应该有,可是我最好给你留一个以防万一It 335-5663.335-5663R:335-5663.接待员:335-5663G:That right.旅客:对的R:Is there anything else?接待员:您还有别的事吗?G:No,thank you.旅客:没有了,谢谢R:Ill give Ryan the message as soon as he gets on duty.接待员:Ryan 一上班我就把您的留言给他Ill make sure he gets the message.我保他能得到这份留言Lesson Three第三课A Longer Message记录较长的留言G:Im trying to reach Mr.White in Room 3301,旅客:我想和3301房间的 White先生通电话,but there no answer.Could I leave a message him?但是没有人接,我能给他留言吗?R:Certainly.The message is ...?接待员:当然可以请问您给谁留言......?G:Bob White in Room 3301.旅客:3301房间的 Bob White先生R:3301.Go ahead,please.接待员:3301,请继续说G:Please tell Mr.White that the meeting in Beijing tomorrow has been canceled.旅客:请告诉White先生明天在北京召开的会议取消了,Ill see him again in Guangzhou next Monday.我下星期一在广州与他见面R:Im sorry,would you repeat that please?接待员:对不起请您重复一下好吗?G:Tell Mr.White the meeting in Beijing tomorrow is canceled旅客:告诉White先生明天在北京召开的会议取消了,and Ill see him in Guangzhou next Monday.我下星期一将在广州与他见面R:Meeting in Beijing tomorrow is cancelled接待员:明天在北京召开的会议取消了,and youll see Mr.White in Guangzhou next Monday.您将在下星期一与他在广州见面Is that right?是吗?G:That right.旅客:是的R:May I have your name please,sir?接待员:请告诉我您的名字好吗?G:Bill Thompson.旅客:比尔汤姆森R:Bill Thompson.Thompson?接待员:比尔汤姆森 Thompson?G:That right.旅客:对R:Is there anything else?接待员:您还有别的事吗?G:No,thank you.旅客:没有了,谢谢R:Ill give Mr.White the message as soon as he returns.接待员:White一回来,我就把留言条给他G:Thank you.旅客:谢谢R:Youre welcome.接待员:不客气G:Goodbye.旅客:再见Lesson Four第四课Guest Returns bee Message Is Sent to His Room务员在送交留言条之前客人已经回来了.R:Excuse me,Mr.White?接待员:对不起,怀特先生!G:Yes?旅客:什么事?R:We have a message you.Here you are.接待员:我们这有您的留言,给您G:Oh,thanks.旅客:喔,谢谢R:Youre welcome.接待员:不客气。

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  A: I want to return this radio.我想退下收音机B: OK.May I see your receipt?好的,我能看下你的收据吗?A:Certainly.I have it right here.当然可以,就在这里B:What the problem with the radio?收音机有什么问题A:It is a poor resection.质量不好B:Perhaps you like a different one.也许你想换一个A:No.Thank you.Every fund deserves I want.不,谢谢了我想要退款B:OK.Give me a few seconds.好的,请稍等 61

  

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