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荥阳市鼻头缩小多少钱新郑市面部除皱纹费用即学即用英语会话词典B部分:碰到友人 即学即用英语会话词典文本下载即学即用英语会话词典这部词典着眼日常生活、学习、工作等语言环境,囊括了当今美国最最简洁、最地道的日常口语表达方式。本词典获得2002年全国优秀畅销书奖 /200706/15002河南中医学院第一附属医院激光祛痣多少钱 VOA流行美语 28: rip off今天是星期六,Michael和李华到购物中心去买东西。李华喜欢买衣,Michael喜欢看电脑, 所以他们决定各自先去买东西,然后中午在吃饭的地方碰头。今天李华会学到两个常用语:to rip off和straight answer。 L: 嗨, Michael, 在这儿! M: Hi, Li Hua! Hey, what did you buy? L: 今天我真高兴,你看,买了那么多衣才花了我七十五美元。那 店要关门了,东西全都半价。Michael, 你买了什么? M: I bought a pair of tennis shoes. When I bought them, I thought it was a good deal, but later I saw the same pair at another store for much less. I got ripped off. L: 你买了一双网球鞋。让我看看。挺好的嘛!Michael, 你刚才说的 最后一句话我没有听懂,什么是got ripped off? 是不是上当受骗的 意思? M: Yes, to be ripped off means to be cheated. L: 你看,我还猜对了。Michael, 你为什么不把买的网球鞋去退掉, 再到便宜的店去买呢? M: I wanted to do that, but when I went back to the first store, I saw a sign that said "All Sales are Final". So, I guess there's nothing I can really do about it. L: 哟,还不让退货,这可真倒霉。那你买鞋的时候怎么没看见不让 退货的牌子呢? M: I was just too eager to buy these shoes. If you buy something and then find out that it is of poor quality, you can also say you were ripped off. L: 噢,买了东西后发现质量很差也可以说to be riffed off。对了,我上 个月从网上买了一部DVD电影,可是我在看电影的时候好几次都卡住 了,害得我连结尾都没看上。 M: I guess I'm not the only one who got ripped off. L: 买东西真是要小心。得了,我们去买饭吧! (Michael和李华吃完饭以后) L: 时间不早了,该回去了。搭地铁去吧! M: Sure! That was fun, Li Hua, but I have to stop spending so much money. L: 我也不该花那么多钱。嗨,Michael, 你不是申请去一个公司实习, 他们会付你一些工资的吗?那他们有没有决定要雇用你啊? M: No, they just keep telling me that they will let me know soon. I wish the company would just give me a straight answer. L: Straight answer? 是什么意思啊? M: Well, if you are looking for a straight answer, that means you want someone to give you a direct answer and tell you the truth. L: 噢,straight answer就是直接了当,或者是实事求是的回答。 M: That's right. For instance, I could see that my last roommate was unhappy living in our apartment, I asked him why, but I could never get him to give me a straight answer. L: 为什么你以前同宿舍的人既不高兴和你住在一起可是又不告诉你 真正的原因呢?后来他不是搬出去了吗? M: Yes, he did give me a straight answer after he moved out. It turned out he wanted to move in with his girlfriend. L: 他搬出去以后才老实地告诉你他是要搬去和女朋友一起住。 我 还以为他不喜欢你把屋子弄得乱糟糟的呢。 M: Li Hua, I think you are the only one who is bothered by that. Well, this is our stop. Do you still want to come over to my messy apartment? Give me a straight answer. L: 我才不信只有我一个人批评你把屋子弄得乱七八糟。不管你家乱 不乱,我当然得去呀,我的书还在你哪里嘛! 今天李华学到两个常用语,一个是:to rip off,意思是受骗,上当;另一个是:straight answer,意思是坦率,老实的回答。 这次[流行美语]就到此结束,我们下次再见。 /200601/3099乐宁外教口语天天练No.30Could you lend me a hand over here?lend me a hand意指 help outCould you lend me a hand over here?译文:能否请你帮下忙?lt;/wordgt; /200610/9460周口市彩光祛斑的价格

河南省治疗痤疮多少钱焦作市第四人民医院激光祛痘手术多少钱 Indeed, Rensinks subjects took only a little bit more than a second to press the button.是的,Rensink的实验对象仅仅花了一秒多一点点的时间来按下按钮。Can you see that one? 2.9 seconds.这个能看到吗?2.9秒。How many dont see it still?多少人仍然没有看到?Whats on the roof of that barn? Its easy.那个谷仓的屋顶上有什么?简单吧。Is it a bridge or a dock?是桥还是船坞?There are a few more really dramatic ones, and then Ill close.还有更多富有戏剧性的,然后我的演讲将结束。I want you to see a few that are particularly striking.我想让你们看看几个很让人惊讶的。This one because its so large and yet its pretty hard to see. Can you see it?这个很难看到因为它很大。看到了吗?See the shadows going back and forth? Pretty big.看到那个朝前朝后的影子了吗?很大。So 15.5 seconds is the median time for subjects in his experiment there.平均时间是15秒半,对于这个试验的对象。I love this one. Ill end with this one, just because its such an obvious and important thing.我爱这个。我将以这个结束,就因为它是一件很明显很重要的东西。How many still dont see it? How many still dont see it?多少人还没看到?多少人还没看到?How many engines on the wing of that Boeing?那架波音的机翼上有几架引擎?Right in the middle of the picture!就在图片中间!Thanks very much for your attention.感谢你们的聆听。What I wanted to show you is that scientists,我想告诉你们的是科学家,using their from-the-outside, third-person methods,通过利用外部的、第三人称的方法,can tell you things about your own consciousness that you would never dream of,可以告诉你关于内在意识的事情,那是你从未梦想的。and that, in fact, youre not the authority on your own consciousness that you think you are.而且,实际上,你并没有主宰你自己的意识。And were really making a lot of progress on coming up with a theory of mind.我们正取得很多进步,在研究思想的理论上。Jeff Hawkins this morning, was describing his attempt to get theory, and a good, big theory, into the neuroscience.Jeff Hawkins在今早描述了他的尝试,使一个优秀的、大的理论,进入神经科学。And hes right. This is a problem.他是对的。这是个问题。Harvard Medical School once -- I was at a talk -- director of the lab said,哈佛医学院曾经--在一次谈话中--实验室主导说,;In our lab, we have a saying.“在我们实验室,有一种说法。If you work on one neuron, thats neuroscience.如果你研究一个神经元,那就是神经科学。If you work on two neurons, thats psychology.;如果研究两个神经元,那就是心理学。”We have to have more theory, and it can come as much from the top down.我们需要更多的理论,而且他们能够自上而下而来。Thank you very much.非常感谢。201607/456332郑州市中心医院激光去斑手术价钱费用

驻马店市做狐臭手术多少钱I first found out about this confrontation when I was in graduate school, and it kind of blew me away.我第一次听说这个故事的时候还在念研究生,这个故事让我太惊讶了。I mean, how could the word scientist not have existed until 1833?我是说“科学家”这个词怎么可能是1833年才出现的?What were scientists called before?在那之前科学家们如何称呼自己?What had changed to make a new name necessary precisely at that moment?在那个年代,创造一个新的名字带来了什么改变?Prior to this meeting, those who studied the natural world were talented amateurs.在这次会议之前,研究自然世界的人都是一些很有天赋的爱好者。Think of the country clergyman or squire collecting his beetles or fossils,他们会是镇上的牧师或乡绅,热衷于收集甲虫或化石标本,like Charles Darwin, for example, or, the hired help of a nobleman, like Joseph Priestley,比如达尔文,又如发现了氧气的约瑟夫·普利斯特里,who was the literary companion to the Marquis of Lansdowne when he discovered oxygen.他当时是兰斯顿侯爵的陪读。After this, they were scientists,在那之后,他们都成为了科学家,professionals with a particular scientific method, goals, societies and funding.有特定的研究方法、目标、团体和资金持的专业研究人员。Much of this revolution can be traced to four men who met at Cambridge University in 1812:许多革新都可以追溯到1812年在剑桥大学聚会的四个人:Charles Babbage, John Herschel, Richard Jones and William Whewell.查尔斯·巴贝奇,约翰·赫歇尔,理查德·琼斯和威廉姆·胡威立.These were brilliant, driven men who accomplished amazing things.这四位领军人物都非常智慧并且成果颇丰。Charles Babbage, I think known to most TEDsters,我想大多数TED听众都知道查尔斯·巴贝奇invented the first mechanical calculator and the first prototype of a modern computer.他发明了第一台机械计算机以及第一代计算机的原型。John Herschel mapped the stars of the southern hemisphere,约翰·赫歇尔制作了南半球的星图,and, in his spare time, co-invented photography.并且在他的业余时间与他人共同发明了照相技术。Im sure we could all be that productive without Facebook or Twitter to take up our time.我相信如果我们戒掉脸书和推特,我们也能这么高产的。201610/469445 And if the results come out that actually they do,如果结论是她们真的快乐are you prepared to shift your instinctive current judgment on some of these issues?你准备好改变你现在在这些议题上的直观判断了吗?Well yeah, modulo one obvious fact,举个真实案例that you can love someone in the context of a truly delusional belief system.就算在一个虚假的道德体系里,你还是可以爱人So, you can say like, ;Because I knew my gay son was going to go to hell if he found a boyfriend,你会说,“因为我爱我的儿子,我不想他因为他的男朋友下地狱I chopped his head off. And that was the most compassionate thing I could do.;于是我把他的头砍下来,这就是我对他的爱If you get all those parts aligned, yes I think you could probably be feeling the emotion of love.如果你能找到一个均衡,是的你仍然可以感觉到一种爱But again, then we have to talk about well-being in a larger context.但是我们也必须把幸福放到更大的背景下来谈Its all of us in this together,这是我们共同的功课not one man feeling ecstasy and then blowing himself up on a bus.不是一个男人进入一种狂喜状态就可以在巴士上把自己炸掉Sam, this is a conversation I would actually love to continue for hours.我很希望这个对话可以继续几个小时We dont have that, but maybe another time. Thank you for coming to TED.虽然现在不行,或许在不远的将来。谢谢你来TED演讲Really an honor. Thank you.是我的荣幸,谢谢你。201609/466630河南省人民医院治疗痘痘多少钱河南省郑州/华山整形美容医院做双眼皮开眼角手术多少钱

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