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TED演讲集 那些匪夷所思的新奇思想 Article/201610/470010Conversation A : At a Concert?CARA: That was beautiful. Did you like it, MartinMARTIN: It was wonderful.?CARA: Did you like it, HowardHOWARD: Of course.?CARA: Now, Howard, which one is your sisterHOWARD: That woman playing the violin.?CARA: Which one?HOWARD: She has a black dress.?MARTIN: They all have black dresses.?HOWARD: She has red hair.?CARA: Oh, I see. She has beautiful hands. She has long fingers.?MARTIN: Yes, she does. I like her hair. Your hair isn't red.?HOWARD: Our father's hair is red. He doesn't like his red hair.?CARA: Does your sister like her hairHOWARD: Yes, she does.?CARA: It's very nice.?MARTIN: Is her violin oldHOWARD: Yes, it is. It's very old.?CARA: Martin, who is that man over thereMARTIN: Which man?CARA: He's sitting behind that tall man.?MARTIN: The man with white hairCARA: No, no. Look to the right. Do you see that tall manMARTIN: Maybe.?CARA: Who is the man sitting behind the tall manMARTIN: I can't see his face.?CARA: Now look.?HOWARD: Is he the man with the large headCARA: Yes. He has a round face and brown hair.?MARTIN: He's a Senator.?HOWARD: What's his nameMARTIN: I don't know.?CARA: Where is he fromMARTIN: I don't know.?Practice 1:依照会话A回答下列问题:?1.How do they like the music2.How is Howard's sister different from other players.?3.Does Howard have red hair like his sister4.What color is Howard's father's hair5.Is his sister's violin new or old6.What does the Senator look like会话A : 在音乐会上?卡 拉:刚才那首曲子很优美。你喜欢吗?马丁。?马 丁:非常美。?卡 拉:你喜欢吗?霍华德霍华德:当然。?卡 拉:霍华德,现在告诉我,哪一个是你姊霍华德:拉小提琴的那个。?卡 拉:哪一个霍华德:她穿着黑色礼裙。?马 丁:她们都穿着黑色礼裙。?霍华德:她长着红头发。?卡 拉:啊,我看见了。她的手很美,手指很长。?马 丁:是的。我喜欢她的头发,你的头发并不红。?霍华德:我们父亲的头发是红的,他不喜欢自己的红头发。?卡 拉:你姊喜欢自己的头发吗霍华德:是的,她喜欢。?卡 拉:很漂亮。?马 丁:她的小提琴有年头了吧霍华德:是的,有年头了。?卡 拉:马丁,那边的那个男的是谁马 丁:哪个卡 拉:他坐在那个高个儿男的后面。?马 丁:那个白头发男的吗卡 拉:不,不,往右看,你看见那个高个儿男的了吗马 丁:差不多。?卡 拉:坐在高个儿男的后面的那个男的是谁马 丁:我看不见他的脸。?卡 拉:现在看。?霍华德:是不是头挺大的那个男的卡 拉:是的。他长着圆脸,棕色头发。?马 丁:他是参议员。?霍华德:他叫什么名字马 丁:我不知道。?卡 拉:他从哪儿来马 丁:我不知道。?Conversation B?MARTIN: Your sister is wonderful, Howard.?CARA: Yes, she is. She's very pretty, too.HOWARD: Thank you.?CARA: Is she very tallHOWARD: Yes, she is.?CARA: She has long arms and long fingers.?MARTIN: You're not tall. Is your father tallHOWARD: No, he's short. My mother is short. I'm short, too. HOWARD:But my sister and brother are tall.?CARA: What color are her eyesHOWARD: They are blue.?CARA: I like red hair and blue eyes.?HOWARD: Don't you like my hairMARTIN: You don't have any hair.?HOWARD: I have some hair.?CARA: You have very nice blue eyes, too.?Practice 2:描述人的外貌特征。?Examples:HOWARD: She has red hair.?CARA: She has beautiful hands. She has long fingers.?MARTIN: Your hair isn't red.?HOWARD: My father's hair is red.HOWARD: Is he the man with the large headCARA: Yes. He has round face and brown hair.?会话B?马 丁:你姊演奏得真棒,霍华德。?卡 拉:是啊。而且她也很漂亮。?霍华德:谢谢。?卡 拉:她个儿很高吗霍华德:是的,她很高。?卡 拉:她的手臂和手指修长。?马 丁:你并不高,你父亲高吗霍华德:不,他个儿矮。我母亲个儿也矮,我个儿也矮,但我、兄弟们个儿高。?卡 拉:她的眼睛是什么颜色的霍华德:是蓝色的。?卡 拉:我喜欢红头发、蓝眼睛。?霍华德:你不喜欢我的头发吗马 丁:你根本就没头发。?霍华德:我还长了几根头发。?卡 拉:你还长着很漂亮的蓝眼睛。?Conversation C?CARA: Howard, your sister is very beautiful. Is your brother handsomeHOWARD: Of course. We're all handsome. But he has hair.MARTIN: Would you like a drinkCARA: Yes, please. Anything.?HOWARD: May I helpMARTIN: No, thanks. I'm going to get them.?CARA: Howard, do you see that large womanHOWARD: The one behind MartinCARA: No, no. The one with brown hair.?HOWARD: The one with the white dressCARA: Yes. Who is sheHOWARD: She works in our building.?CARA: Where does she workHOWARD: Upstairs. She knows Martin. They're talking.?CARA: Do you know herHOWARD: Yes. She's very interesting.?MARTIN: How are you, HelenHELEN: Fine, thanks. Do you like the concertMARTIN: Yes. Very much. Do you like the musicHELEN: Yes, I do. Who is that woman with HowardMARTIN: She's Cara Guiterrez.?HELEN: She has a very nice face. But she's very thin.?MARTIN: Come meet her.?MARTIN: Here you are.?CARA: Thank you, Martin.?HOWARD: Thanks.?MARTIN: Cara, this is Helen Stockdale.?CARA: Hello. I'm Cara Guiterrez.?HELEN: Martin told me. I'm happy to meet you. Hello, Howard. How are youHOWARD: Fine, thanks. How are youHELEN: Fine, thanks. Do you like the concert, HowardHOWARD: I love it.?CARA: His sister is playing.?HELEN: That's wonderful. Which one is sheMARTIN: She plays the violin.?HOWARD: She's very tall. She has red hair and blue eyes.?CARA: She has long arms and long fingers.?HELEN: Yes, I know.?CARA: Helen, do you know that man? He has gray hair and gray eyes.?HELEN: I don't see him.CARA: He's behind that fat woman.?HELEN: Is she shortCARA: Yes. She has a very round face.?MARTIN: What color are her eyesCARA: I can't see her eyes.?HELEN: Does she have black hairCARA: Yes, she does.?HELEN: That's Mrs. Van Wolk. She has a cafe on M Street.?CARA: Oh, yes. Now I see.?HELEN: I don't know the man.?CARA: When is the concert finishedHOWARD: At 10:30.?Practice 3:依照对话C回答下列问题。?1.Are Howard's sister and brother and he himself all good-looking2.Who is going to get some drinks3.How does Howard comment on the large woman4.Who is the large woman5.Do Helen and Martin both like the concert? ?6.What does Helen think of Cara's look7.Who is the fat woman8.What does she doPractice 4:描述人的外貌特征。?Examples:?CARA: Howard, your sister is very beautiful. Is your brother handsomeHOWARD: We're all handsome.?CARA: Do you see that large woman? The one with brown hair?HELEN: She has a very nice face. But she is very thin.?CARA: She has long arms and fingers.?HOWARD: She has red hair and blue eyes.?CARA: He has gray hair and gray eyes.?会话C?卡 拉:霍华德,你姊长得很美,你兄弟也英俊吗霍华德:当然。我们都英俊,但他有头发。?马 丁:你想喝点什么吗卡 拉:请来点,什么都行。?霍华德:我可以帮忙吗马 丁:不必了,谢谢。我去弄些来。?卡 拉:霍,你看见那个大块头女的了吗霍华德:马丁后面的那个吗卡 拉:不,不。棕色头发的那个。?霍华德:穿白裙子的那个吗卡 拉:是的。她是谁霍华德:她在我们楼里工作。?卡 拉:她在哪儿工作霍华德:楼上。她认识马丁,他们在交谈。?卡 拉:你认识她吗霍华德:认识。她很有意思。?马 丁:你好吗,海伦海 伦:很好,谢谢。你喜欢这场音乐会吗马 丁:很喜欢。你喜欢这音乐吗海 伦:我喜欢。跟霍在一起的那个女的是谁马 丁:她是卡拉·克蒂埃勒兹。?海 伦:她的脸蛋儿很漂亮,但她很瘦。?马 丁:来见见她。?马 丁:给你。?卡 拉:谢谢,马丁。?霍华德:谢谢。?马 丁:卡拉,这是海伦·斯托克代尔。?卡 拉:你好。我叫卡拉·克蒂埃勒兹。?海 伦:马丁告诉过我,很高兴见到你。你好,霍。你怎么样霍华德:不错,谢谢。你好吗海 伦:不错,谢谢。爸爸喜欢这场音乐会吗,霍霍华德:我很喜欢。?卡 拉:他姊参加了演奏。?海 伦:好极了。她是哪一位马 丁:她拉小提琴。?霍华德:她个儿很高,长着红头发、蓝眼睛。?卡 拉:她的手臂和手指修长。?海 伦:我知道了。?卡 拉:海伦,你认识那个人吗?他长着灰白头发,灰眼睛。?海 伦:我看不见他。?卡 拉:他在那个胖女人的后面。?海 伦:那个女的个儿矮吗卡 拉:是的。她长着圆脸。?马 丁:她的眼睛是什么颜色的卡 拉:我看不见她的眼睛。?海 伦:她长头黑头发吗卡 拉:是的。?海 伦:那是范·沃尔克太太,她在M街开了家咖啡馆。?卡 拉:噢,是啊。现在我知道了。?海 伦:我不认识那个人。?卡 拉:音乐会什么时候结束霍华德:10点30分。New Words and Expressions 生词和短语?violin n. 小提琴?senator n. 参议员?handsome adj. 英俊的?gray adj. 灰色的?Language Points 语言要点?1.That woman playing the violin. 拉小提琴的那个女的。?playing the violin 是动词的现在分词短语,为 that woman 的定语,相当于 That woman who is playing the violin. 再如:?Who is the man sitting behind the tall man坐在高个儿男的旁边的男子是谁The girl talking to Alan has blonde hair.?跟艾伦讲话的那个女孩长着金黄色的头发。?There are some students chatting and laughing in the corridor.?走廊里有几个学生聊着,笑着。?2. Look to the right. 朝右看。?to the right/left 表示朝右/左方向,on the right/left 表示在右/左面某个位置,其它常用的方位词还有 next to, behind, in front of, above, under 等。?3. Come meet her. 来见见她。?此为口语表达法,相当于 Come and meet her. 或 Come to meet her.?Cultural Notes 文化注释美国是个移民国家,有全世界各种族的人,常被称为 melting pot(大熔炉)或更确切地被称为 salad bowl(色拉钵),因为各种族的人既是美国人,同时还保留了一些本族的文化特点。其中有欧洲白人(whites)、黑人(blacks)、拉美移民(the Hispanic)、印第安人(Indians)、东方人(Orientals)等等。这使得美国人在皮肤、头发及眼睛的颜色上彼此呈现出很大的差异。以白人为例,其头发就有 bolnde, brown, black, red 等,眼睛有 blue, brown, gray, green 等。白人女子可分为 a blonde (金发女子),a brunette (黑发女子),a redhead (红发女子) 等。? /200602/3405

Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain?知道每当音乐家弹奏他们的乐器时,他们脑里是到处在施放烟火吗?On the outside, they may look calm and focused, ing the music and making the precise and practiced movements required.由外表看来,他们很冷静、专注看着乐谱,做出所需的准确和熟练动作。But inside their brains, there#39;s a party going on. How do we know this?但他们的脑里正开着一个派对。我们怎么会知道呢?Well, in the last few decades, neuroscientists have made enormous breakthroughs in understanding how our brains work在过去的几十年中,神经科学家对理解脑功能有了巨大的突破,by monitoring them in real time with instruments like fMRI and PET scanners.这要功归于能即时监测脑功能的仪器,例如功能性磁振造影、正电子发射计算机断层扫描仪。When people are hooked up to these machines, tasks, such as ing or doing math problems,这些仪器扫描显示阅读、做数学题等行为each have corresponding areas of the brain where activity can be observed.引起脑内相应的活动区域。But when researchers got the participants to listen to music, they saw fireworks.但给研究参与者听音乐时神经学家看到了烟火。Multiple areas of their brains were lighting up at once, as they processed the sound,处理声音的同时脑里多处同时亮起,took it apart to understand elements like melody and rhythm, and then put it all back together into unified musical experience.将其分解成旋律、节奏等元素,而后再重新组合成一个完整的音乐体验。And our brains do all this work in the split second between when we first hear the music and when our foot starts to tap along.这些大脑运作发生在听到音乐和脚开始打节拍的一瞬间。But when scientists turned from observing the brains of music listeners to those of musicians,而当科学家由观察聆听者的大脑转至音乐家的大脑,the little backyard fireworks became a jubilee.后院的小烟火变成了喜年庆典烟火。It turns out that while listening to music engages the brain in some pretty interesting activities,事实明,听音乐时大脑忙碌于一些很有趣的活动,playing music is the brain#39;s equivalent of a full-body workout.而弹奏音乐是相当于大脑的全身锻炼。The neuroscientists saw multiple areas of the brain light up,神经科学家看到了脑内多处亮起,simultaneously processing different information in intricate, interrelated, and astonishingly fast sequences.同时以复杂、互相关联、惊人的快速序列处理不同的讯息。But what is it about making music that sets the brain alight?但究竟弹奏音乐是如何将大脑点亮的呢?The research is still fairly new, but neuroscientists have a pretty good idea.虽然该研究才刚起步,但神经科学家有不错的理念。Playing a musical instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once, especially the visual, auditory, and motor cortices.弹奏乐器同时动用到大脑几乎每区域,特别是视觉、听觉、运动皮质。As with any other workout, disciplined, structured practice in playing music strengthens those brain functions,犹如其它锻炼,有纪律、组织性的弹奏练习能加强这些脑功能allowing us to apply that strength to other activities.因而应用到别的活动。The most obvious difference between listening to music and playing it is that the latter requires fine motor skills,聆听和演奏音乐最明显的差异是在后者需要精确运动技巧,which are controlled in both hemispheres of the brain.这是受大脑两边半球控制。It also combines the linguistic and mathematical precision, in which the left hemisphere is more involved,这也结合了大多处理语言及数学精准度的左半脑,with the novel and creative content that the right excels in.以及擅长处理新颖、创造性内容的右半脑。For these reasons, playing music has been found to increase the volume and activity in the brain#39;s corpus callosum,由于如此,演奏音乐被发现能增加大脑胼胝体的容量与活动,the bridge between the two hemispheres, allowing messages to get across the brain faster and through more diverse routes.胼胝体是大脑两半球的桥梁,让讯息能以不同的路途更快速的通过大脑。This may allow musicians to solve problems more effectively and creatively, in both academic and social settings.这能使音乐家在学术和社会环境里更有效、有创意的解决问题。Because making music also involves crafting and understanding its emotional content and message,因为演奏音乐也触及塑造和了解其感情内容与讯息,musicians often have higher levels of executive function,音乐家通常具有较高水平的执行功能,a category of interlinked tasks that includes planning, strategizing, and attention类属有互相关联的计画、策略、细节关注等,to detail and requires simultaneous analysis of both cognitive and emotional aspects.以及需要同时分析认知和感情方面的任务。This ability also has an impact on how our memory systems work.这种能力也能影响记忆系统的运作。And, indeed, musicians exhibit enhanced memory functions, creating, storing, and retrieving memories more quickly and efficiently.的确,音乐家有提高的功能,能更快、有效创造、储存、重拾记忆。Studies have found that musicians appear to use their highly connected brains to give each memory multiple tags,研究发现,音乐家似乎用他们高度连接的大脑给予每个记忆多个标签,such as a conceptual tag, an emotional tag, an audio tag, and a contextual tag, like a good Internet search engine.例如,概念性标签、情感标签、声音标签、语境标签等,犹如一个好的网络搜寻引擎。How do we know that all these benefits are unique to music, as opposed to, say, sports or painting?那如何得知这些是音乐特有的益处而不是运动或绘画等会有的益处?Or could it be that people who go into music were aly smarter to begin with?或者接触音乐的人会不会一开始就比较聪明?Neuroscientists have explored these issues, but so far,神经科学家已探索这些问题,但目前为止,they have found that the artistic and aesthetic aspects of learning to play a musical instrument are different from any other activity studied, including other arts.发现了在学习演奏乐器的艺术、审美方面不同于其它研究过的活动,包括其它艺术。And several randomized studies of participants, who showed the same levels of cognitive function and neural processing at the start,一些随机研究在开始时,认知功能和神经处理有相同水平的参与者,found that those who were exposed to a period of music learning showed enhancement in multiple brain areas, compared to the others.其中有受过一段音乐学习的人相对于其他人显示多个增强的脑区域。This recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has advanced our understanding of mental function,这有关演奏音乐对脑有益处的近期研究提升了我们对脑功能的理解,revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.显示出构成脑内精管弦乐团内在的节奏以及复杂的互动。 Article/201706/514717

栏目简介:;Shanghai Live; focuses on big events in the city and major issues around the world, and presents them in a practical and audience-friendly manner to meet the ever-evolving needs of Shanghai#39;s English-speaking viewers,both local and expatriate.《直播上海英语电台》集中报道城市大事件以及全球热点话题,并以观众喜闻乐见的方式呈现给大家,从而满足上海本地以及上海海外人士的英语需求。 Article/201606/448868

J.P. Morgan made a mistake backing Thomas Edison.J·P·根持托马斯·爱迪生是错误的I mean, they all make mistakes.两人都犯了错误And I always say that you have to guard against the downside.我总说 你必须要防范不利情况Because it can be the greatest deal you#39;ve ever seen, and there is a chance that that deal won#39;t work out.因为这可能是你所见过的最好的生意 但这个生意也有可能做不成Don#39;t let a deal like that take you down if it doesn#39;t work.就算做不成 也不要让它彻底毁了你Morgan is determined to gain control of the electric industry.根决定获得电力行业的控制权And he#39;s going to do it the Morgan way.他这次打算用根式的方法去做If you were on his bad side, or he coveted your company, or the technology that your company had, you did not want to be in that position.你可能会站在他的对立面 他可能垂涎你的公司 或是垂涎你公司所拥有的技术 你显然不希望处于这些情况之下Morgan returns to the lessons of his father.根回到了父亲的教诲He#39;s going to intimidate the competition into submission.他将通过胁迫 让竞争转化为从He starts his attack by going after Westinghouse, and everything he owns.....including Tesla#39;s A.C. electricity patents.他的攻击始于追逐威斯汀豪斯和他所拥有的一切 包括特斯拉的交流电专利Congratulations, Westinghouse.祝贺你 威斯汀豪斯I hear you won the Niagara Falls contract.听说你赢得了尼亚加拉瀑布的合同I#39;ll be taking you to court for patent infringement over A.C. designs.我将到法庭起诉交流电设计的专利侵权Why would you start a legal case that will cost millions-- a case that you will lose?为什么你要打一起代价数百万美元的官司 况且你肯定打不赢Because you don#39;t have the resources to fight such a case-- and you#39;ll go under.因为你没有打这场官司所需的资源 你会破产What is it you want?你想要什么You know the answer to that.你知道Westinghouse has no choice but to give in to Morgan#39;s demands.威斯汀豪斯别无选择 只能从根的要求Knowing that the cost of a lawsuit will put him out of business, he#39;s forced to sign over the patents for Tesla#39;s A.C. electricity.他深知 这场官司的花费会将他拖垮 他被迫签字转让特斯拉的交流电专利But Morgan doesn#39;t stop with Westinghouse.不过根要对付的还不只是威斯汀豪斯 Article/201606/448134

Tumport resolved to continue his schooling no matter what.Tumport下定决心无论如何都继续求学。当中的resolve表示决心,决定,是个动词。可用resolve加that来引导出决定的内容(that有时会被省略),也可用resolve 加to do something。上句也可写成:Tumport resolved to continue his schooling no matter what. /200802/27312

栏目简介:《趣味青春英语视频》是外语网络电台的精品节目,通过大讲堂的网络课堂形式,能够帮助英语学习者积累一些英语背景知识,并通过互动的教学形式,帮助有效记忆英语知识。本栏目是学习趣味青春英语的好材料。 Article/201606/431415

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