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Voice 1: Feelings of suicide are very real. When people experience suicide feelings they should not ignore or try to get them. If a person tells you that he wants to end his life, you should believe him and try to help him. If you feel like you want to end your life, tell someone. Seek help as soon as you can.声音1:自杀感非常真实如果人们产生了自杀感那不应该忽略或是试图忘掉这种感觉如果有人告诉你他想结束生命,你应该相信他,还要尽力去帮助他如果你产生了自杀感,一定要向其他人倾诉尽快寻求帮助Voice : If you know someone who has feelings of suicide, you can help him or her. However, offering your opinion, sharing your experience, or trying to solve the problem may not always be helpful. You may not understand exactly how the person feels. We can better help our friends and family just by being quiet and listening.声音:如果你知道有人产生了自杀感,你可以提供帮助但是,提出意见、分享经历或是试图去解决问题可能不一定有用你可能无法确切了解那个人的感受我们可以通过安静倾听来为朋友提供更好的帮助Voice 1: Listening without offering your own opinion can be hard. But remember, this is not about you. It is about the other person. So, it is important to try to understand the other person feelings. And it is important not to compare that person life to your life.声音1:倾听但是不提出意见可能很难做到但是要记住,这并不是你的事情这是其他人的问题所以,尽力去理解他人的感觉非常重要不要将他人的生活和你的生活进行对比同样重要 译文属 5018

8. New ideas, new architecture.Part 1. Warming up.A. Keywords. imperial, paneling, frame, ceiling, spire.Vocabulary. imperial, coffer, ornate, opulent, guilder, paneling, fresco, chandelier, spire, catacomb, urn, jumble,Versailles, Schonbrunn Palace, Rococo, Great Gallery, St.Stephen Cathedral, Imperial Burial Vaults, Kapuziner Church, Hofburg, Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance.Youre going to hear a description about the most outstanding monuments in Vietnna—— a royal city, listen carefully and supply the missing words. hundreds of years, it has been an imperial capital of Europe.Its ruler raided the Western world to enrich the coffers of the empire.They spent their wealth on magnificent palaces and grand public buildings.They built an opera house that rivals any in Europe.They founded great museums and libraries.They constructed massive, ornate government buildings, and they raised opulent palaces themselves.A tour of Vienna is a tour of these monuments to excess.Take Schonbrunn Palace, instance.The Palace Million Room, named after the cost of decorations, 1 million guilders, is a Rococo masterpiece.Inset in the panelling are 60 rare miniatures of Indo-Persian heritage.The frames are rare gold leaf, and the panelling is precious wood.The Great Gallery, modeled after a room in Versailles near Paris, has 35-foot ceilings graced with giant frescoes boasting of the power of the Austrian army.Massive crystal chandeliers reflect in the wall of mirrors, trimmed in gold leaf.The list of other sights to see in Vienna is long.St.Stephen Cathedral dominates the skyline of Old Town, the medieval section of the city.Its main spire soars 50 feet into the sky, and the top can be reached by climbing 3 steps.The cathedral was begun in the th century.In the catacombs beneath the cathedral are copper urns containing the intestines of deceased Habsburgs.Their bodies are in ornate caskets in the Imperial Burial Vaults in the Kapuziner Church a few blocks away, and can be visited.The old town is a fascinating place to walk.Most of the narrow streets have been turned into pedestrian malls lined with shops, coffee houses and restaurants.In one section, the original Roman ruins under the streets can be seen by going to an underground museum.The Natural History Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts occupy matching buildings on Maria Theresa Plaza, a small square across from the Hofburg.Hofburg is the Habsburg in-town palace. It is big, with ,600 rooms, but not ornate.Hofburg is a jumble of buildings constructed at different times and different styles from Baroque, Gothic and Classic to Renaissance and Rococo.Its oldest parts date from the th century, but most were built from the 00s on. 6

Google searching improves memoryA new study finds that internet searching exercises the brain. Did you note that the Internet could be a good exercise the brain? A new study from UCLA found it when middle age and senior age adults perm Internet searches, it activates many different areas of the brain including those involve with memory, decision making and reasoning. Join us today is the lead author of the study looking at this Dr Gary Smalls and he’s also the author of the book ibrain, surviving the technological alternation of the modern mind. Welcome Dr Smalls.Thank you! It’s great to be here.So, in my parents’ house, I have to tell you how it works. My mom and dad might sit up and it’s some point that they discussion, hey you are on the Internet, quit surfing Internet. Can I, now tell my parents it’s ok dad to surf in the Internet, it’s good his brain?Well, we don’t see any harm in it, and this first study to see what the brain looks like when it searches on the Internet showed very dramatic results compared to just ing a book test page, there was much greater activation and particularly in the front part of the brain that controls complex reasoning and decision making. That’s interesting, so it’s kind of can dicrossral puzzle sounds like. Well, it’s… it’s appearlly different from cross word puzzles but similar one thing about when we were searching on the web is we constantly deciding should you go this side or that other side, where as if just ing a book page the decision is should I turn the page when I finish the last sentence. And there are something about that decision making process, something about the interaction that is activating a much greater extend of brain circus. And it’s interesting. Now what about the ages while you’re looking at these kind of, I saw your study was real to be small, it seemed to be a people in the stuff I’d . Uh, what ages are we looking at when did this become potentially neuro-preventive people?We don’t know whether it’s neuro-pret-preventive and we don’t know about the age facts, but one thing I focus on in ibrain in my new book is digital divide between young people, digital * who are getting this technology -7 born into it, and the older generation of digital nade, the digital immigrants who come to at a more reluctantly laid and lie, and how do we bridge that so called brain gap by augrating the text skill of older people and helping younger people with the face-to-face human contact skills.It’s fascinating, we just have one last question you can comment, but I’ve been fascinated how able people in their 60s and 70s are really incorporating this new technology into their daily lives in the Internet searching accelerate, it really being amazing to can be seen how quick that’s happened. We are encouraging boomers and seniors to get involved in the technology to have fun within it and enjoy it in a great way to reach out people who are not nearby, the communicate ability is…(Absolutely) spectacular.Absolutely, sorry we are at the time, but thanks so much coming to see us Dr Smalls, love to hear what you had said. Thank you! 1

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  Bears and a Pig熊和小猪The three bears left their cave. They lived in a beautiful cave. The cave was big. The cave was warm in winter. The cave was cool in summer. It was a quiet cave. It was a dark cave. They loved their cave. Today was Sunday. They liked to pick berries on Sunday. So they left their cave. They walked through the woods. They found a field of berries. Mama bear had a basket. They filled the basket with blackberries and blueberries. Then they walked back to their cave. When they got inside the cave, they heard a noise. ;Who is that?; papa bear asked. ;It only me,; said a pig. ;What are you doing here?; asked papa bear. ;Im hiding from the farmer,; said the pig. ;I think he wants to eat me.; Papa bear told the pig he could stay in the cave as long as he wanted. The bears shared their berries with the pig. Then the pig and baby bear took a nap together.三只熊离开了它们的洞穴它们住在一个漂亮的洞穴里洞穴很大冬天洞穴里很暖和夏天洞穴里很凉快洞穴里很安静洞穴里很黑暗它们很喜欢自己的洞穴今天是周日它们喜欢在周日去摘草莓所以它们离开了自己的洞穴它们穿过丛林它们找到了一片草莓地熊妈妈有一个篮子它们把篮子里装满了黑莓和蓝莓然后它们回到了自己的洞穴它们走进洞穴的时候,听到了一点声音“谁在那儿?”熊爸爸问“是我,”一只小猪说“你在这里干什么?”熊爸爸问“我在躲避农民,”小猪说“我觉得他想吃了我”熊爸爸告诉小猪想在这里待多久都可以三只熊跟小猪一起分享草莓然后小猪和熊宝宝一起睡午觉了译文属原创,,不得转载 67。

  Beyond still standing blades lies others pushed in a perfect pattern.“I don’t know whether it’s man-made or not”It’s the second Monroe County crop circle in years, these lines and curves appeared in Johnnie Helm’s 50-acre wheat field Monday morning, “I did hear nothing , and I am not deaf right now“. Her neighbor, Jean Merrell, first spotted the bend blades.“I Always look out the window, you know, I looked at that, and I thought, my gosh!, what’s in that field, what’s happened?”Though what you can’t see, crushed crop m a triangle at each corner a parallels circles, but how and who wilted the wheat a crop quandary? “I really don’t think it’s man-made, I don’t believe man can do that, that quick and get everything so perfect”These thin lines are the only paths in and out of the corps circle. Helm says they are from the corps’ fertilization and they’ve been here months. The new field phenomenon, less than a half mile from the last May’s crop circle, just outside the Madison field, investigators ruled that designs "non-manmade". Crop circle researchers came to investigate last year’s design and as this one they wanna come back. “When they detect them, they’re very careful, cos I've talked to the men that I rarely told ” now, the rows of curved crops inspire, “I think it’s something fantastic, myself…”not scared“If it’s aliens, I want them to come and get me” “Are you going to put up a fight if they come?”“No”“Why not?”“I’ll talk to them”“What if you don’t’ speak alien?”“Well, They’d better speak English”And Helm wants to know --Why her backyard?-----------------------------wilt——To cause to droop or lose freshness. 6389

  Though she was discovered on Britain's Got Talent, Susan Boyle is reportedly launching a professional music career here in the US. According to London's Daily Mirror, Susan Boyle would not only release her first album in the ed States, but she will perm a series of concerts American audiences. N's Keith Miller has the story.She's had a makeover, hired a manager, and discovered that a little confidence can go a long way. And that is her collision with fame. Susan Boyle told Today Show's Meredith Vieira that she is finally having a wonderful time."It's just being unbelievable! It is just indescribable. It is a bit like, um, being plucked from obscurity. You don't know how what is gonna happen. You don't know how it is gonna end. I don't want it to end. It's just incredible."Cool, calm and collected, that's how Susan Boyle appears as she launches her career. She didn't feel that way in the final week of Britain's Got Talent. Sudden celebrity overwhelmed her."I think she has a unique opporty now,to become a genuine superstar, but her music, not just because of her background over Rocky Balboa story element, or any of those things, actually her voice."She is spending a lot of her time in London, cutting her debut album, and polishing up her live act her upcoming tour. Boyle has support now. Lawyers will ensure that she is not taken a ride. And a doctor travels with her to help ease her into her new life as a celebrity."The impact was like a demolition ball. You know and anyone who has that kind of impact they would find it hard to get a head around it."But the successful singing career can be judged with a doctor order. Boyle's hired a financial wizard to help guide the super group U to fame and tune, to manage her career. And judging by the power of her voice, she stands to make millions of dollars in record sales and concert tours. today, Keith Miller, N news, London.词汇Makeover: if you give someone a makeover, you make them look more attractive by giving them new clothes, a new hair style etc (外观的)改进,改善,修饰Go a long way (towards doing sth): 对做某事帮助很大,作用很大The new law goes a long way towards solving the problem.新的法律十分有助于解决这一问题.Collected: 镇静,冷静,泰然She always stays cool, calm and collected in a crisis.她在危机关头总是很冷静镇定,处之泰然.Take sb a ride: to cheat or trick sb 欺骗,愚弄It's not a pleasant feeling to discover you've been taken a ride by someone you trusted.发现被你信任的人骗了,心里很不是滋味.Stand to do sth: to be in a situation where you are likely to do sth 很可能做某事You stand to make a lot from this deal.你可能会从这笔生意中大赚一笔. 877A:It is estimated that on any given morning, the average person uses up to cosmetic products bee they leave the home. But is it possible that we are exposing ourselves to harmful chemicals that can affect our health? Author and self-proclaimed make-up addict Stacy Malkan is challenging the cosmetics industry by releasing her book, Not Just a Pretty Face, the ugly side of the beauty industry. And she joins us in our studio with more. A:Welcome! (Hello, thank you.) This is alarming Because everybody, men and women, we use all kind of products. Let's take a look at this list that we put together from your book, some of the problems that we will find. We're talking lead in lipstick, some of the other things you have as phthalates in lotions, neurotoxins in the mascara we use and coal tar in shampoo. First of all, why is this in there and how bad is this? B:Well, many products, untunately, and we are talking about shampoos, deodorants, lotion, make-up, even baby shampoos, contain carcinogens, hormone-disrupting chemicals, chemicals that have never been tested health effects. And we're putting these chemicals on our bodies, in our hair, on our babies, day after day, and the toxic exposures are adding up. A:Ok, and what it will do in to us? B:Well, we see, untunately as we know, many increases in er, certain types of cancer, infertility, learning disabilities, there's a lot of evidence showing that chemical pollutants are contributing to those increases in chronic diseases. So we think that it's a good idea to reduce toxic exposures wherever we can, you know, starting with the products we are putting on our bodies. A:OK, now let's talk about some of the things that you brought. (Yeah.) Because, you know, here's the, that shampoo there (Yes.) that we probably all used at one time or another. B:Yes, we analyzed a dozen popular baby shampoos and children's bubble baths and found that found all of them contained one,four-dioxin which is a probable human carcinogen according to the EPA, was not listed on the labels. Companies don't have to tell us about contaminants or fragrance chemicals. So often toxins that aren't on the label are in the products. This is a very cute product, you know, obviously meant to appeal to children, (bubble bath, ah-ha. ) has a warning label right on it that says prolonged exposure may cause urinary tract irritation. (Let me turn this around, yeah, I haven't seen that bee.) and actually many children's products have that. (Really?) You dont really want kids sitting in the tub a long period of time with these chemicals. A:OK, you know, I'm looking at this choking hazard warning sign, I don't think I would even notice there's the other one. OK. B:And I found this, you know, at ground level, where a child will find it and grab it not let go of it.A:Ok, lipstick, we wear it every day! B:Well, lipstick, yes, we found 61% of lipsticks contain lead, including some high-end brands, this is a $. tube of lipstick that definitely does not need to contain lead, (Ok, and finally these products) er, some of the more toxic products, very disturbingly, are targeted at women of color. We see skin whitening creams, this has hydroquinone, highly toxic, banned in Europe, legal, er, in the US. And then, here's another example of a product hair relaxer, targeting children. You know, that's a five-year-old on the cover. A: Now I have to ask you have there been scientific studies to prove to us that these are harmful to us because, we are, were just going to take your word this, but I'm sure there are some people who would say this is not true. B:Yeah, well, what we know is that some of these chemicals are unknown to cause cancer, health effects. You know, the companies will say it's just a little bit of toxin (Right.) in the baby shampoo. Yes, it's true but we're using these products everyday and then the exposures are adding up. A:Well, what about the FDA? what about the EPA? Isn't somebody regulating this industry? B:Well, most people are surprised to find out NO. Companies can put any chemical nearly into personal care products, no safety testing, without telling us everything that's on the label. So, this industry needs to be regulated. And that's what we're working toward. A:All right, raising awareness. OK, what can we do if we don't want to use any of these. I mean if you want to use the right stuff? What do you do? B:Ok, simplify. Looking , er, look at product labels, look fewer chemicals, try to avoid synthetic fragrance, we also have a database where you can look up products called "Skin-deep free database" at safecosmetics.org. So, you know, there are tocsin resources us to do our own research and until the industry is regulated, that's what we have to do. A:Ok, I know you're wearing a little foundation, I don't see your lipstick on it. Is that on purpose? B:Well, I do wear makeup, I love makeup. I believe all makeup can and should be safe. A:OK, Malkan, and you, we have some help now. So, if you'd like to know more about all of this, you can go to our website abc7chicago.com, click on "see it on TV" and the website you mentioned will be there too? Thank you very much. B:Yes, safecosmetics.org.A:And you were speaking of the Sunday event, which is also on our site.B:Yes, Sunday at the Green Festival, check out the Green Festival Sunday at noon. A:OK, thank you so much joining us today. B:Thank you.【词汇注释】make-up n.构成ugly a.丑陋的phthalate:【化】邻苯二甲酸盐neurotoxin:【化】 神经毒素deodorant:【化】 除臭剂; 芳香剂carcinogen:n. 致癌物质urinary tract:【医】 泌尿道 hydroquinone:【化】 氢醌; 对苯二酚 65

  David Beckham 大卫#86;贝克汉姆【词汇扫描】play a key role in 扮演关键角色dominance 称霸pivotal 至关重要的treble 三冠王Beckham's career beganwhen he signed a professional contract with Manchester ed,making his first first-team appearance in 199, at the age of .While with Manchester ed he played a key rolein their dominance of the FA Premier League in the 1990s and early 00s,being pivotal in accomplishing The Treble of the League,FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League in 1999.He left the club to become only the third Englishmanto sign Real Madrid in ,after Laurie Cunningham and Steve McManaman.【逐句对照】Beckham's career beganwhen he signed a professional contract with Manchester ed,making his first first-team appearance in 199, at the age of .While with Manchester ed he played a key rolein their dominance of the FA Premier League in the 1990s and early 00s,being pivotal in accomplishing The Treble of the League,FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League in 1999.He left the club to become only the third Englishmanto sign Real Madrid in ,after Laurie Cunningham and Steve McManaman.【多学一点】play a key role inHe played a key role in the task.play a …roleplay an important roleplay a leading roledominance 优势We have gained dominance over the enemy's troop.dominant 占优势的,配的a dominant position 统治地位pivotal 关键的crucialSelf-confidence is the pivotal factor in any successful career.treble 三层的,三重的 三倍的His wage is treble mine.【词汇扫描】quarter-final 四分之一决赛stand down 下台succeed 继任squad 球队In , after England's quarter-final exit at the World Cup in Germany,he stood down as captain.He was then succeeded by Chelsea captain John Terry.Beckham was dropped from the England national teamsquad selected by coach Steve McClaren on August .讲解记者:David Beckham has resigned as the captain of the England football team. 小贝:This decision has been the most diffictult of my career,but after discussing it with my family and the closest to me,I fell the ime is right.【逐句对照】In , after England's quarter-final exit at the World Cup in Germany,he stood down as captain.He was then succeeded by Chelsea captain John Terry.Beckham was dropped from the England national teamsquad selected by coach Steve McClaren on August .【多学一点】quarter-final 四分之一决赛they passed the quarter-final successfully.半决赛 semi-final决赛 finalstand down 退出,辞退He stood down as a monitor pressure from study.succeed 成功 继任The young man will succeed Mr. White as manager.squad 小队teamfootball squad 足球队cheering squad 拉拉队【词汇扫描】expire 到期On January Real Madrid Sporting Director Predrag Mijatovicannounced Beckham would leave the clubwhen his contract expired in June .On January ,Beckham agreed to a move to the Major League Soccer (MLS) teamLos Angeles Galaxy on a five year contract beginning on 1 July ,after his current deal with Real Madrid expires.【逐句对照】On January Real Madrid Sporting Director Predrag Mijatovic announcedBeckham would leave the clubwhen his contract expired in June .On January ,Beckham agreed to a move to the Major League Soccer (MLS) teamLos Angeles Galaxyon a five year contract beginning on 1 July ,after his current deal with Real Madrid expires.【多学一点】expire 期满,到期My passport expires in a month.Beckham's career beganwhen he signed a professional contract with Manchester ed,making his first first-team appearance in 199, at the age of .While with Manchester ed he played a key rolein their dominance of the FA Premier League in the 1990s and early 00s,being pivotal in accomplishing The Treble of the League,FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League in 1999.He left the club to become only the third Englishmanto sign Real Madrid in ,after Laurie Cunningham and Steve McManaman.In , after England's quarter-final exit at the World Cup in Germany,he stood down as captain.He was then succeeded by Chelsea captain John Terry.Beckham was dropped from the England national teamsquad selected by coach Steve McClaren on August .On January Real Madrid Sporting Director Predrag Mijatovicannounced Beckham would leave the clubwhen his contract expired in June .On January ,Beckham agreed to a move to the Major League Soccer (MLS) teamLos Angeles Galaxy on a five year contract beginning on 1 July ,after his current deal with Real Madrid expires.

  

  I hope youre not in a hurry.It will be a little while. Could I get you something while you wait?Would you like a cup of tea or coffee?Please make yourself comtable in our waiting room.Here are some magazines you to .Please come with me. Ill show you around the office while youre waiting.参考译文:希望您没在赶时间可能需要等一下在等待的这段时间,需要我帮您拿点什么吗?请问想来杯茶或咖啡吗?请在我们的休息室里等一下这里有一些杂志可以读请跟我来既然您在等,我带您参观一下公司重点词汇:make yourself comtable(接待客人用语)让你自己感到舒适,请自便A: Thank you inviting us to dinner!谢谢你请我们来吃晚餐!B: Please make yourself comtable. The food will be right out.请自便马上就上菜了 6560。

  Famous Americans-Jim Thorpe; ed Code of Military Justice amp; Common Crimes; pre-paid cell phones; abbreviation versus acronym; a matter of m Words:intramural teamhurdle pentathlon decathlon amateur posthumouslyabsent without leavedesertion espionage non-judicial punishmentcourt martial civilian to top-up abbreviation acronym matter of m 396956

  Step by Step 3000. Book Four. . Managing personal development.Part 1. Warming up.Keywordsthree certainties, options, significant, accepted.Vocabularydynamics, daunting, render, devastating, applaud, tentative, thrive.Youre going to hear a report about the three certainties children need to feel healthy and positive about life.A1. Listen carefully and note down the three things.In my more than 0 years of working with families and conducting research in family dynamics and the roots of human behavior, I have observed again and again a few truths.I have learned that all children, indeed all people, need three certainties to feel healthy and positive about life.First, a child needs to feel that she has options, that she maintains some control over her life.She needs to feel that she can do something to the world and the world will respond.In fact, stress, I believe, might be defined as a lack of options.Numerous studies have shown that people who have choices, are more highly motivated to work harder and even overcome daunting difficulties and pain.Burn victims in hospitals who are allowed to participate in their own care, such as by dressing their wounds,require less pain medication than those who are rendered helpless by having everything done them. People want to help themselves.They become empowered in direct relation to the choices and options they perceive to be available.The second thing that a child needs to feel significant in the life of at least one other person.Being ignored is devastating, one of the cruelest punishments possible.It leaves the child angry, depressed and frustrated.When people react negatively to the child, that arouses negative behavior.When the parents respects the child efts to express himself and encourages her explorations, applauds her small victories from the first tentative baby steps on the child thrives.Third, a child needs to feel accepted because his or her individuality.Each child deserves to be acknowledged and cherished the qualities that make her unique,which can be hard to remember in a society that tends to encourage tolerance rather than welcoming differences.Ideally, we should embrace others, and especially children, because of rather than in spite of, their differences. 556

  LL: Oh, you can rest assured that theyll be no problem.Beth: Why is that?LL: Your upstairs neighbors live in Canada and rarely come back to Taiwan. When they do, theyre never home.Beth: And the downstairs neighbors?LL: Two flight attendants that are also in and out of town. When theyre here, theyre usually sleeping. And next door to you is me. Im a quiet neighbor.Beth: Sounds ideal. Well get back to you in a couple of days then.参考译文:房东:喔,你放心,他们绝对没问题贝丝:为什么?房东:你楼上的邻居住在加拿大,很少回台湾就算回来,他们也都不在家贝丝:那楼下的邻居呢?房东:也是两个飞来飞去的空员她们回来通常都在睡觉隔壁的邻居就是我我是个安静的邻居贝丝:听起来很理想我们过几天跟你联络重点词汇:rest assured感到放心A: This airplane looks dangerous!这班飞机看起来很危险!B: Rest assured-despite its age, it very safe!放心——这架飞机虽然旧,不过很安全!rarely (adv.)难得,很少I rarely watch television.我几乎不看电视flight attendant空员A: Im really thirsty!我好渴!B: Ask the flight attendant some water!请空员送点水来!in and out进进出出的The boss is in and out of the office all the time.老板总是再办公室进进出出的ideal (a.)理想的,完美的My apartment isnt ideal, but at least it cheap.我的公寓虽然不理想,但至少很便宜get back to再回电∕再联络(某人)Get back to me by nine oclock, or youre fired!九点前跟我联络,不然你就背开除了! 66

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