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在家中的生活习惯用语 -- :36:38 来源: 我经常下班以后运动I usually work out after work. *work out“训练,运动”I usually go to the gym after work.I usually exercise after work.我开始慢跑锻炼Ive started jogging.Ive started jogging. (我开始慢跑锻炼)Since when? (什么时候开始的?)我戒烟了I quit smoking. *quit“辞职,改变习惯”No, thanks. I quit smoking. (不,谢谢,我已经戒了)Good you. (你真伟大)I stopped smoking.I dont smoke anymore.Ive become a non-smoker.I no longer smoke.你常做梦吗?Do you dream often?Do you often have dreams?Do you dream a lot?最近我总是丢三落四的Ive been getful lately.Ive been getful these days. 日常英语 英语口语。

  • 我的前公爵夫人墙上的这幅面是我的前公爵夫人,看起来就像她活着一样如今,我称它为奇迹:潘道夫师的手笔经一日忙碌,从此她就在此站立                  Robert Browning My Last DuchessThat's my last Duchess painted on the wall,Looking as if she were alive. I callThat piece a wonder, now Frà Pandolf's handsWorked busily a day, and there she stands.Will't please you sit and look at her? I said"Frà Pandolf" by design, never Strangers like you that pictured countenance, The depth and passion of its earnest glance,But to myselfthey turned (since none puts byThe curtain I have drawn you, but I) And seemed as they would ask me, if they durst,How such a glance came there; so, not the firstAre you to turn and ask thus. Sir, 'twas notHer husband's presence only, called that spotOf joy into the Duchess' cheek perhapsFrà Pandolf chanced to say "Her mantle lapsOver my Lady's wrist too much," or "PaintMust never hope to reproduce the faintHalf-flush that dies along her throat" such stuff Was courtesy, she thought, and cause enough calling up that spot of joy. She hadA heart — how shall I say? — too soon made glad,Too easily impressed; she liked whate'erShe looked on, and her looks went everywhere.Sir, 'twas all one! My favour at her breast,The dropping of the daylight in the West,The bough of cherries some officious fool Broke in the orchard her, the white muleShe rode with round the terrace — all and eachWould draw from her alike the approving speech, Or blush, at least. She thanked men, — good! but thankedSomehow — I know not how — as if she rankedMy gift of a nine-hundred-years-old nameWith anybody's gift. Who'd stoop to blameThis sort of trifling? Even had you skillIn speech — (which I have not) — to make your willQuite clear to such an one, and say, "Just thisOr that in you disgusts me; here you miss,Or there exceed the mark" — and if she letHerself be lessoned so, nor plainly set Her wits to yours, sooth, and made excuse,--E'en then would be some stooping, and I chooseNever to stoop. Oh sir, she smiled, no doubt,Whene'er I passed her; but who passed withoutMuch the same smile? This grew; I gave commands;Then all smiles stopped together. There she standsAs if alive. Will't please you rise? We'll meetThe company below, then. I repeat, The Count your master's known munificenceIs ample warrant that no just pretence Of mine dowry will be disallowed;Though his fair daughter's self, as I avowedAt starting, is my object. Nay, we'll goTogether down, sir. Notice Neptune, though,Taming a sea-horse, thought a rarity, Which Claus of Innsbruck cast in bronze me! 33。
  • Everybody has blue days.These are miserable days when you feel lousy, grumpy, lonely, and utterly exhausted.Days when you feel small and insignificant, when everything seems just out of reach.You can’t rise to the occasion.Just getting started seems impossible.On blue days you can become paranoid that everyone is out to get you.This is not always such a bad thing.You feel frustrated and anxious, which can induce a nail-biting frenzy that can escalate into a triple-chocolate-mud-cake-eating frenzy in a blink of an eye!On blue days you feel like you’re floating in an ocean of sadness.You’re about to burst into tears at any moment and you don’t even know why.Ultimately, you feel like you’re wandering through life without purpose.You’re not sure how much longer you can hang on, and you feel like shouting,“Will someone please shoot me!”It doesn’t take much to bring on a blue day.You might just wake up not feeling or looking your best,find some new wrinkles, put on a little weight, or get a huge pimple on your nose.You could get your date’s name or have an embarrassing photograph published.You might get dumped,divorced, or fired, make a fool of yourself in public, be afflicted with a demeaning nickname,or just have a plain old bad-hair day.Maybe work is a pain in the butt.You’re under major pressure to fill someone else’s shoes,your boss is picking on you, and everyone in the office is driving you crazy.You might have a splitting headache,or a slipped dish, bad breath, a toothache,chronic gas, dry lips, or a nasty ingrown toenail.Whatever the reason, you’re convinced that someone up there doesn’t like you.Oh what to do, what to do? 651。
  • 永恒女性话题:大部分女性购买不合脚的鞋子 -- ::30 来源: 1. Many people are wearing the wrong sized shoes on a daily basis without even realising it.很多人每天穿着并不适合自己尺码的鞋子,但是却浑然未觉. frequent, everyday wear, women should choose a low-heeled shoe--no higher than cm--which has a rounded toe.女性平日里频繁穿着的鞋子应当选择不高于四厘米的低跟鞋,而且鞋子的脚趾部位为圆形3. Nearly four in women buy shoes knowing they do not fit.近四成的女性在购买鞋子时明知不合脚也会购买. Many of us find it hard to resist a bargain and the latest fashion must-have, but it\'s important to remember that by buying ill-fitting shoes, you\'re not only going to end up in discomt, but you are also putting your health at risk.许多人很难拒绝特价商品以及最新必备鞋款的诱惑,但是这些人必须牢记,购买不合脚的鞋子不仅会令自己感觉不适,还会对健康造成危害5. They are willing to wear uncomtable shoes as long as they were fashionable.只要鞋子够时尚,她们宁愿忍受不适之苦6. Although "killer" high-heels can cause problems, slip-on shoes are one of the worst culprits, as they cause the foot to slide ward and cramp the toes.尽管“惊悚级”高跟鞋会导致各种足患,但是无带、平底轻便鞋更堪称让人意想不到的足病的“罪魁祸首”之一,因为穿上这些鞋子走路时脚容易往前滑,由此会导致脚趾抽筋7. Worst of all are court shoes, as they are low-fronted, giving no support to the foot, and tend to be too narrow in the toe.最糟糕的鞋子则是船鞋,因为它们通常为浅口鞋,对脚起不了任何撑,而且脚趾处过窄8. Last of all, if your new shoes are giving you hell, don’t hesitate to throw them to garbage can!最后,如果你的新鞋让你穿起来很不舒,不要犹豫,把它扔进垃圾箱吧! 不合脚的鞋子。
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