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台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:These obsessions are typically intertwined with compulsions — repeated actions. The person has to do just to function. If someone is obsessed with germs, they might wash their hands over and over, even after they logically know that they are clean.这些执着的行径通常和强迫行为相互交错,两者的共通点便是:当事人一定要一直重复做某些行为,才能够过活。假如某人对细菌很执着,就可能会一再地清洗自己的双手,即便理智上明知道自己的手是干净的。学习重点:1.obsession 着迷obsession (n.) 着迷obsess (n.) 迷住2.intertwine 纠结intertwine (n.) 纠结3.compulsion 冲动compulsion (n.) 冲动compulsive (adj.) 强迫的compulsory (adj.) 必须的4.logically 逻辑上地logically (adv.) 逻辑上地logical (adj.) 逻辑的logic (n.) 逻辑 /201706/512708每日一句口语:Whatever happens, we should turn towards the sun and keep hope in our hearts.无论发生什么,都要面朝阳光,心怀希望。【知识点讲解】turn towards 专向例句:John turned towards our point of view at last.约翰终于转向了我们的观点。 /201610/470306

听力训练Answer the following questions about the .1) She would like to work for a ____ .a) small companyb) big company2) He would like to work for a ____ .a) small companyb) big company3) He talks about there being more ____ .a) chancesb) people本期话题Topic:Would you rather work for a large or small company?Gaew: Hello, this is the for ello.org. I’m from Thailand.Micky: And I’m Micky from Nigeria.Gaew: Uhm, the question is about “Would you rather work for a large or small company?” Would you?Micky: Yeah, I don’t know, but I think I would rather work for a large company.Gaew: Uhm, why?Micky: Because working for a large company gives you room to build yourself. Have large friends, have large organization to work with because you’re kind of like reckon with and all that.Gaew: Well, if it’s me, I would rather work for a small company, because like, I see when I feel that if you work in a large company there, there is more rules and regulations. But if it is a small company you can, I can move more freely. And I suppose maybe that my opinion can be heard easier than in a large company where higher ups are far away in maybe some another foreign country.Micky: Yeah, but to large company, you have a chance of working with….Gaew: YeahMicky: all that new people and you can make a lot of large friends, you know.Gaew: Yeah.Micky: And a good network too.Gaew: We’ll see.听力a b b /201510/406428

It has been said, through the ages, without sacrifice, there can be no victory.语音讲解单词发音said/sed/ages /e#618;d#658;#618;z/victory/#712;v#618;kt#601;ri/连词发音through the ages /θru:#240;i#39;je#618;d#658;#618;z/轻读重读重读:ages/ sacrifice/ no弱读:can be词汇讲解1.blockbuster释义:a book or film that is very good or successful 超级大片例句:Wow-that was a blockbuster! I can#39;t wait for the sequel!哇!真是部电影巨片!我等不及要看续集了!The new blockbuster took million in its first day.这部巨制第一天票房就突破了三百万美金。票房:box office例句:Jurassic Park had broken all box office records.《侏罗纪公园》打破了所有票房纪录。hit释义:热门歌曲; 主打歌; 畅销歌曲; 歌曲;例句:Her Hit song from that album is called The Game of Love.那张专辑中最成功的歌曲是《爱的游戏》。2.It has been said expression.释义:据说例句:It has been said that man is a rational animal.有人曾经说,人是理性的动物。3.through the ages expression.释义:千古; 古往今来; 万古;例句:These customs have been handed down through the ages.这些风俗是世世代代传下来的。活学活用It has been said 据说英文:It has been said that even a small amount of real love has the power to dissolve mountains ofhate.中文:人们曾说哪怕是一点点真爱都会有着化解一座冰出的力量。关注微信号:TeacherGwen,跟着Gwen老师每天学点英语 /201706/515196


  我已经上路了,你呢?1. On my way...我在路上节选自Send Me on My Way -Rusted Root2. But at least for now, I gotta go my own way但是至少就现在.我不得不走我自己的路了节选自Gotta Go My Own Way -Zac Efron / Vanessa Hudgens3. On My Way Back Home我在回家的路上。节选自On My Way Back Home -Band of Horses4. I#39;m on my way, I#39;ll see you there.- Now You See Me 2我正在路上,待会见。出自《惊天魔盗团2》I stopped telling myself that I#39;m lost. I#39;m not. I#39;m on a road with no destination, I#39;m just driving with hope that I#39;ll find a place that I like and I#39;ll stay there. I#39;m not lost, I#39;m on my way.想知道卡卡老师的发音秘诀?关注微信公众号Kakaketang_Jessica /201704/503526。


  Make yourself comfortable别客气,请随便坐。 /201701/474203He always drops away at critical moment.一到关键时刻就掉链子~怎么说呢掉链子本意是指自行车的一种常见故障(在行驶过程中,链条从传动的链轮上脱落,从而失去了传动能力。),引申为在关键时刻出现失误影响了最终的结果。 /201612/474007

  Tony刚结束在当地的麦当劳餐厅的培训。 当他第一次站在收银台后工作时他不免有点紧张。他的第一位顾客点了一分奶昔。 “Tony,”经理说,“记得在客人点餐前要说‘欢迎光临麦当劳’。” 第二位顾客要了一份芝士汉堡。这一回,经理又走近Tony,说:“记得问每位客人是否要薯条配餐。” 这时,一个戴着滑雪面罩的男子走进餐厅,他走到收银台钱,用指着Tony的脑袋说:“把钱全拿出来!” Tony看了一眼经理,想了下,迅速回答:“请问您是要堂食还是外带?” Article/200802/26543It was raining as I got off the train in Nashville Tennesee, a slow grey rain. I was tired, so I went straight to my hotel. A big heavy man was walking up and down in the hotel lobby. Something about the way he moved made me think of a hungry dog looking for a bone. He had a big fat red face and a sleepy expression in his eyes. He introduced himself as Wentworth Caswell - Major Wentworth Caswell from a fine southern family. Caswell pulled me into the hotel's bar room and yelled for a waiter. We ordered drinks. While we drank, he talked continually about himself, his family, his wife and her family. He said his wife was rich. He showed me a handful of silver coins that he pulled from his coat pocket. By this time I had decided that I wanted no more of him. I said goodnight. I went up to my room and looked out of the window. It was 10 o'clock but the town was silent. "A nice quiet place," I said to myself as I got y for bed, "just an ordinary sleepy southern town."I was born in the south myself, but I live in New York now. I write for a large magazine. My boss had asked me to go to Nashville. The magazine had received some stories and poems from a writer in Nashville named Azalea Adair. The editor liked her work very much. The publisher asked me to get her to sign an agreement to write only for his magazine. I left the hotel at 9 o'clock the next morning to find Miss Adair. It was still raining. As soon as I stepped outside, I met Uncle Caesar. He was a big old black man with fuzzy grey hair. Uncle Caesar was wearing the strangest coat I had ever seen. It must have been a military officer's coat. It was very long and when it was new it had been grey. But now rain, sun and age had made it a rainbow of colors, only one of the buttons was left. It was yellow and as big as a 50-cent coin. Uncle Caesar stood near a horse-sent carriage. He opened the carriage door and said softly, "Step right in, sir, I'll take you anywhere in the city." "I want to go to 861 Jasmine Street", I said. And I started to climb into the carriage, but the old man stopped me. "Why do you want to go there, sir?""What business is it of yours?" I said angrily.Uncle Caesar relaxed and smiled. "Nothing, sir, but it's a lonely part of town. Just step in and I'll take you there right away.”861 Jasmine Street had been a fine house once, but now it was old and dying. I got out of the carriage. "That will be , sir." Uncle Caesar said. I gave him 2 one-dollar bills. As I handed them to him, I noticed that one had been torn in half and fixed with a piece of blue paper. Also the upper right hand corner was missing. Azalea Adair herself opened the door when I knocked. She was about 50 years old. Her white hair was pulled back from her small tired face. She wore a pale yellow dress. It was old but very clean. Azalea Adair led me into her living room: a damaged table, three chairs, and an old red sofa were in the center of the floor. Azalea Adair and I sat down at the table and began to talk. I told her about the magazine's offer. She told me about herself. She was from an old southern family. Her father had been a judge. Azalea Adair told me she had never traveled or even attended school. Her parents taught her at home with private teachers. We finished our meeting. I promised to return with the agreement the next day and rose to leave. At that moment, someone knocked at the back door. Azalea Adair whispered a soft apology and went to answer the caller. She came back a minute later with bright eyes and pink cheeks. She looked ten years younger. "You must have a cup of tea before you go," she said. She shook a little bell on the table and a small black girl about 12 years old ran into the room. Azalea Adair opened a tiny old purse and took out a dollar bill. It had been fixed with a piece of blue paper and the upper right hand corner was missing. It was the dollar I had given to Uncle Caesar. "Go to Mr. Baker's store, Indy," she said, "and get me 25 cents worth of tea and 10 cents worth of sugar cakes, and please hurry." The child ran out of the room. We heard the back door close.Then the girl screamed. Her cry mixed with a man's angry voice. Azalea Adair stood up. Her face showed no emotion as she left the room. I heard the man's rough voice and her gentle one. Then a door slammed, and she came back into the room. " I am sorry, but I won't be able to offer you any tea after all." she said, "It seems that Mr. Baker has no more tea, perhaps he will find some for our visitor tomorrow." We said goodbye. I went back to my hotel. Just before dinner, Major Wentworth Caswell found me. It was impossible to avoid him. He insisted on buying me a drink and pulled 2 one-dollar bills from his pocket. Again, I saw a torn dollar fixed with blue paper with a corner missing. It was the one I gave Uncle Caesar." How strange!" I thought. I wondered how Caswell got it. Uncle Caesar was waiting outside the hotel the next afternoon. He took me to Miss Adair's house and agreed to wait there until we had finished our business. Azalea Adair did not look well. I explained the agreement to her. She signed it. Then as she started to rise from the table, Azalea Adair fainted and fell to the floor. I picked her up and carried her to the old red sofa. I ran to the door and yelled to Uncle Caesar for help. He ran down the street. Five minutes later, he was back with a doctor. The doctor examined Miss Adair and turned to the old black driver. "Uncle Caesar," he said, “Run to my house, and ask my wife for some milk and some eggs. Hurry!" Then the doctor turned to me. “She does not get enough to eat", he said, "she has many friends who want to help her, but she is proud. Mrs. Caswell will accept help only from that old black man. He was once her family's slave." "Mrs. Caswell?" I said in surprise, "I thought she was Azalea Adair." "She was," The doctor answered, "until she married Wentworth Caswell 20 years ago. But he is a hopeless drunk. He takes even the small amount of money that Uncle Caesar gives her." After the doctor left, I heard Caesar's voice in the other room. "Did he take all the money I gave you yesterday, Mrs. Azalea?" " Yes, Caesar." I heard her answer softly, "He took both dollars." I went into the room and gave Azalea Adair fifty dollars. I told her it was from the magazine. Then uncle Caesar drove me back to the hotel. A few hours later, I went out for a walk before dinner. A crowd of people was talking excitedly in front of a store. I pushed my way into the store. Major Caswell was lying on the floor. He was dead. Someone had found his body on the street. He had been killed in a fight. In fact his hands were still closed into tight fists. But as I stood near his body, Caswell's right hand opened. Something fell from it and rolled near my feet. I put my foot on it then picked it up and put it in my pocket. People said they believed a thief had killed him. They said Caswell had been showing everyone that he had 50 dollars. But when he was found, he had no money on him. I left Nashville the next morning. As the train crossed a river, I took out of my pocket the object that had dropped from Caswell's dead hand. I threw it into the river below. It was a button, a yellow button, the one from Uncle Caesar's coat.You have just heard the story "A Municipal Report". It was written by O. Henry and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. Your storyteller was Shep O'Neal. This is Susan Clark. Join us again next week at this time for another American story on the Voice of America. Article/200801/23664

  台湾籍旅美老师今天交给我们的句子是:You have to know math. You should know your multiplication table. You should know how to multiply, add, divide and subtract. At least that stuff, you gotta know it. You gotta know it.你要会算数!你应该要背熟九九表的。你应该要懂得怎么乘法、加法、除法跟减法。至少要会一下!你真的要会啦!真的! /201507/386592

  每日一句口语:The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.— Albert Einstein重要的是不要停止疑问,好奇心有其存在的理由。-- -- 阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦【知识点讲解】Curiosity n.好奇心,爱打听的癖性; 奇人; 奇物,古玩; 奇特性例句:She also stimulated his curiosity and opened his mind to other cultures. 她还激发了他的好奇心,使他愿意了解其他文化。 /201703/497562。

  栏目简介:《暴走轻松英语》是初级英语口语下面的子栏目,栏目趣味性较强,是轻松学习英语口语的好材料,内容诙谐幽默,且是视频形式,能够帮助英语学习爱好者更直观的学习理解掌握基础的英语知识,是提高英语水平的好伙伴。 /201511/404094

  《英语流行话题阅读:语境识词3500》77:日本投降“二战”胜利日水手暂无文本内容提要: 《英语流行话题阅读》为你开辟了一条提高英语的新捷径,引导你在愉快阅读中系统、快速地积累词汇、背景知识,提高快速阅读的技能。本丛书内容新颖翔实,具有极强的知识性、史料性、时代性与可读性,结构编排注意词汇与语言点的阶梯式循环出现,帮助读者在阅读中不断巩固,重复记忆。 本书是丛书的上卷,精选文章100篇,话题从加菲猫创造者到猫政治论,从汤姆·克鲁斯、哈里·波特到“美国偶像”,从智商、情商到爱商,从父亲节、狂欢节到美国高中生毕业舞会,从尼斯湖水怪到百慕大魔鬼三角洲,从当代购物狂到美国工作狂,从母亲到超级名模……为你展示了一个精的语言文化万花筒。每篇文章还附有精心编排的本文看点、经典句型、速记生词、知识链接等栏目,帮助你把握词汇重点,廓清语言难点,进一步开拓语言文化视野。 相关专题:英语导读1000句英语精美散文欣赏新概念优美背诵短文50篇 Article/200711/21530


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