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Dick was seven years old, and his sister, Catherine, was five. One day their mother took them to their aunt#39;s house to play while she went to the big city to buy some new clothes.迪克年龄七岁,他的凯瑟琳五岁。一天,妈妈把他们带到姨妈家去玩,自己就到大城市去买些新的衣。The children played for an hour, and then at half past four their aunt took Dick into the kitchen. She gave him a nice cake and a knife and said to him, ;Now here#39;s a knife, Dick. Cut this cake in half and give one of the pieces to your sister, but remember to do it like a gentleman.;孩子们玩了个把小时,在四点半的时候,姨妈领着迪克走进了厨房。她交给迪克一块精美的蛋糕和一把刀子,并对他说:“喏,迪克,给你刀子,把这块蛋糕一切为二,给你一块。不过,你得记住要做得像一个绅士那样。”;Like a gentleman?; Dick asked. ;How do gentlemen do it?;迪克问:“像一个绅士?绅士怎样做呢?”;They always give the bigger piece to the other person.; answered his aunt at once.他姨妈马上回答说:“绅士总是把大的一块让给别人的。”;Oh; said Dick. He thought about this for a few seconds. Then he took the cake to his sister and said to her,;Cut this cake in half, Catherine.;.迪克说了一声“噢”。他对此想了一会,然后,他把蛋糕拿给,并对她说:“凯瑟琳,你来把这块蛋糕一切为二吧。”Peter was telling a friend that he had just lost his job.皮特告诉他的朋友他刚刚丢掉了工作。;Why did the foreman fire you?; the friend asked in surprise.“为什么领班会开除你?”朋友诧异地问。;Oh,; Peter said, ;you know how foreman are. They stand around with their hands in their pockets watching everybody else work.;“哦,”皮特说,“你知道领班是什么样的人。他们总是把手插在口袋了,站在旁边看其他人工作。”;We all know that,; replied his friend. ;But why did he let you go?;“我们知道是这样。”朋友回答说。“但是为什么他会让你走?”;Jealousy,; answered Pete. ;All the other workers thought I was the foreman.;“嫉妒。”皮特回答。“其他所有的工人都认为我是领班。”

It#39;s rare when a single photograph defines an historic event. But one of those photographs is ;The Kiss.; It#39;s from Aug. 14, 1945, the day Japan surrendered to end World War II, when a sailor and nurse locked lips in Times Square.一张照片定格一个历史事件,这是很罕见的,然而“胜利之吻”恰好正是这样的一张照片。1945年8月14日,日本在二战中正式宣布投降。时代广场之上,一名水兵和一位护士相拥而吻。Until just recently, their identities remained a mystery, but with the 67th anniversary of VJ Day coming up Tuesday, the time seemed right for CBS News to reunite them. The photo is one of the most famous from the 20th century - a moment filled with such spontaneous euphoria it seemed to last forever.随着二战胜利67周年的日子临近,这正好是CBS新闻让这二位过去一直身份不明的两位主角重逢的好时机。这张照片是20世纪最著名的照片之一,它记录下了永久珍藏的狂欢之景。;It was the moment. You come back from the Pacific, and finally, the war ends,; reflects 89-year-old George Mendonsa, who says he#39;s the sailor in the photograph. The sailor, in uniform, is seen with Greta Friedman, a nurse, in her white uniform.“那时我刚从太平洋回来,接着战争就结束了。” 照片中的水兵,现年89岁的乔治·门德萨回忆道。照片中的水兵身着军装,而那个护士格丽塔·弗里德曼也穿着她的白色护士。As the perfect strangers embraced and kissed, world famous photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt snapped four pictures, taking only ten seconds to do so.目睹着素不相识的陌生人相拥而吻,摄影师阿尔弗雷德·艾森施塔特只用了10秒钟就抓拍了四张,记录下了这个瞬间。Greta was a dental assistant on break. George, a first class sailor in the Navy, was on a date with another woman when he heard the news at Radio City Music Hall.当时格丽塔是正在休假的牙医助手。乔治则是海军一等兵。当他在和女友约会,从城市广播里听到了日本投降的消息。He and his date then went to a nearby bar, celebrating that he wouldn#39;t have to return to combat.听到这个好消息,他和当时约会的女友走进附近的酒吧,庆祝他也许再也不会回战场厮杀了。;The excitement of the war being over, plus I had a few drinks,; George explains. ; ... So when I saw the nurse, I grabbed her, and I kissed her.;“战争结束了,我实在太高兴了,再加上我喝了点酒,” 乔治解释说,“所以一看到那名护士,我就抱住了她,吻了下去。”His date, Rita Petrie, can be seen in the background, smiling from ear-to-ear. She says, ;Either I was dopey or something, but it didn#39;t bother me!; Rita said with a laugh about George kissing another woman the first week they were dating. It must not have: She#39;s been married to George for the last 66 years.“胜利之吻”的照片中还能看到他当时的约会对象丽塔·皮特里在背景中咧嘴而笑。她表示:“我可能是太迟钝了,不过我不介意这个吻!” 聊起乔治在他们约会的第一周就当着她的面拥吻别的女人,丽塔边笑边说。值得一提的是,丽塔嫁给了乔治,他们在一起66年了。Greta says she#39;s ;sure; he saw the photo when it was published in Life magazine, and ;of course,; she recognized herself. ;You don#39;t forget this guy grabbing you!; she remarked.格丽塔则说,当生活杂志把照片刊登出来的时候乔治肯定看到了。当然她也在照片中认出了自己。“我永远忘不了抱住我的那个帅哥!”People write George all the time now, asking for autographs, and offering words of encouragement. He described a recent letter, saying the writer ;states something like, #39;It must be something great to be involved in a photo that means the end of World War II.#39; Well, I#39;m proud of that.; As is a nation that#39;s still mesmerized by his timeless kiss.很多人至今还在给乔治写信,索要签名并致以赞美之词。有封信这么写:“能够成为象征战争结束的照片中的一部分太了不起了!” 乔治说:“是的,我也为此感到自豪。” 至今他经久不衰的“胜利之吻”仍令万众着迷。 /201208/195231

Bilingual children outperform children who only speak one language in problem-solving skills and creative thinking, according to research led at the University of Strathclyde.斯特拉斯克莱德大学的一项研究表明,双语儿童在解决问题的能力和创造性思维等方面,都比单语儿童要更优秀。A study of primary school pupils who spoke English or Italian- half of whom also spoke Gaelic or Sardinian- found that the bilingual children were significantly more successful in the tasks set for them. The Gaelic-speaking children were, in turn, more successful than the Sardinian speakers.对说英语或意大利语的小学生-其中有一半还会说盖尔语或撒丁语——进行的研究表明,双语儿童明显比单语儿童更能成功地完成任务。而会说盖尔语的儿童比会说撒丁语的儿童则要更加成功。The differences were linked to the mental alertness required to switch between languages, which could develop skills useful in other types of thinking. The further advantage for Gaelic-speaking children may have been due to the formal teaching of the language and its extensive literature.双语儿童和单语儿童之间的差异主要是与在语言间转换所需的思维敏捷性有关,这种思维敏捷性会促进养成一些对其他类型思维方式有用的技能。而会说盖尔语的儿童更有优势,这可能是因为这种语言进行了正式讲授并存在着大量的文献。In contrast, Sardinian is not widely taught in schools on the Italian island and has a largely oral tradition, which means there is currently no standardised form of the language.与之对比,撒丁语在意大利小岛撒丁岛上并没有在学校里得到广泛讲授,大多是靠口头传授的,也就是说,现在这种语言还没有进行标准化。Dr Fraser Lauchlan, an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde#39;s School of Psychological Sciences amp; Health, led the research. It was conducted with colleagues at the University of Cagliari in Sardinia, where he is a Visiting Professor.弗雷泽·劳克伦士是斯特拉斯克莱德大学心理科学与健康学院的名誉讲师,他是该项研究的负责人。该研究是他在撒丁岛卡利亚里大学做客座教授时和那里的同事一起进行的。Dr Lauchlan said: ;Bilingualism is now largely seen as being beneficial to children but there remains a view that it can be confusing, and so potentially detrimental to them.劳克伦士说:;现在基本上都认为双语对孩子有益,但是仍有观点认为,双语会让孩子混乱,对他们有着潜在的不利影响。;;Our study has found that it can have demonstrable benefits, not only in language but in arithmetic, problem solving and enabling children to think creatively. We also assessed the children#39;s vocabulary, not so much for their knowledge of words as their understanding of them. Again, there was a marked difference in the level of detail and richness in description from the bilingual pupils.;我们的研究发现,双语有着显而易见的好处,这不仅仅体现在语言上,它对算数、解决问题或创造性思考等方面都有益处。我们也对孩子们的词汇进行了评估,对词语理解的评估内容比对词语了解的相关内容要多一些 。双语儿童在描述的细节和丰富程度上,再一次体现出了显著的差异。;We also found they had an aptitude for selective attention- the ability to identify and focus on information which is important, while filtering out what is not- which could come from the ‘code-switching#39; of thinking in two different languages.;;我们发现他们有选择性注意的倾向,他们有发现并关注重要信息而忽略不重要信息的能力,这可能来自两种语言不同思维的‘代码转换#39;。;In the study, a total of 121 children in Scotland and Sardinia- 62 of them bilingual- were set tasks in which they were asked to reproduce patterns of coloured blocks, to repeat orally a series of numbers, to give clear definitions of words and to resolve mentally a set of arithmetic problems. The tasks were all set in English or Italian and the children taking part were aged around nine.在研究中,共有121名儿童,他们分别来自苏格兰岛和撒丁岛——其中62名是双语儿童。给这些儿童布置了一些任务,要求他们重现色方块的图案、口头重复一串数字,对词语给出清晰的解释,并只通过思考来解决一系列算数问题。任务都是用英语或意大利语说明的,参与的儿童年龄在9岁左右。During the research, Dr Lauchlan#39;s post at the University of Cagliari was funded by the Sardinian Regional Government (Regione Autonoma della Sardegna). he study has been published in the International Journal of Bilingualism.在该研究中, 劳克伦士在卡利亚里大学的职位是由撒丁岛地区政府赞助的。该研究已发表在 《国际双语研究》上。 /201208/195242Step 1 Be assertive1.果断Be assertive. Guys respond to directness, so don#39;t hint that you#39;d like a call every now and then. Even a simple, ;It#39;d be great if you called me this afternoon to go over our plans for the evening; will work.一定要果断。男孩们喜欢言简意赅,不要暗示你随时都希望他打电话。即使简单的一句,“如果你今天下午打电话给我商量一下晚上的计划就好了”,也比较好。Step 2 Give positive reinforcement2.积极的强调Give him positive reinforcement when he does get around to dialing. Sound happy to hear from him and you#39;ll train him to love giving you a ring instead of ding it.当他打电话给你的时候,一定要反应积极。表现出听到他的电话非常开心的样子,这样会训练他喜欢打电话给你,而不是讨厌。Step 3 Keep it short3.保持通话简短Keep the conversation brief – 10 minutes or less, and keep it light. Chances are, neither of you wants to get bogged down in endless chitchat.通话简短——最好控制在十分钟以内,而且语气要轻快。你们两人肯定都不想陷入没完没了的闲谈中。If he calls during the day, tell him you have a meeting in five minutes and can#39;t talk long. Leave him wanting more.如果他在白天打电话,告诉他你五分钟后要开会,不能说太久。让他更想给你打电话。Step 4 Be understanding4.理解Understand that many men like texting or e-mailing because they can seem funnier or smarter if they can proof their thoughts. If he sounds awkward during the call, let it go.要理解,许多男人喜欢发短信或邮件,因为如果能提前考虑他们的想法,他们会看上去更加有趣,更加聪明。如果在通话过程中他听上去有点尴尬,不要斤斤计较。Step 5 Have a last resort5.最后的妥协Call him as a last resort. He may follow suit and call you back.最后的手段就是,主动打电话给他。他会照做,回电话给你。The first cellular phone was a Motorola that weighed 2 pounds, offered a half hour of talk time, and sold for ,995 in 1984.1984年问世的第一部手机是托罗拉,重达2磅,可以提供半小时的通话时间,售价3,995美元。 /201301/218165

In theory, you should be able to digest just about any type of food you put in your mouth. But changes in food processing and preparation (think fried) not to mention lifestyle (think sedentary) mean our stomachs don#39;t always react well to everything we eat.It#39;s best to avoid some food ; like fatty meats ; to avoid upset tummies.从理论上讲,人们应该可以消化放到嘴里的任何类型的食物。但是食物处理和加工方式的变化(如油炸)以及生活方式的变化(如久坐不动)意味着我们的胃并不总能很好地消化我们吃下去的食物,所以对胃不好的一些食物(如肥肉)我们应该避免。 High-Fat And Fried Food 高脂肪和油炸食品 Both high-fat and fried food can overwhelm the stomach, resulting in acid reflux and heartburn. ; 高脂肪和油炸食品会压垮胃,导致胃酸倒流和胃灼烧。 /201112/166282In the not-so-distant past, being single was often a sign of failure. Many people considered single women lonely creatures who couldn#39;t attract a man. Though some stigma still remains, research conducted by Kay Trimberger, a visiting scholar at the University of California at Berkeley, reveals that for all women, including singles, the intimacy of being in a couple is not a requirement for leading a fulfilling and successful life. There are other ways to find happiness.在并不遥远的过去,“单身”是种失败的象征。“单身女性”就等同于“没有吸引力的孤独生物”。虽然现在仍存在类似偏见,但最近加州大学伯克利分校的访问学者Kay Trimberger开展的一项调查显示,对女性而言,是否单身和是否拥有一个充实而成功的人生并无关联。幸福可以有很多方式。Step 1:Look at both the pros and cons of your situation.第一步:审视自身环境中的优缺点。You might be single by choice or by circumstance. You might feel you are missing out on some things, but remember that the grass is not always greener on the other side. Think about the strains a relationship entails, and how much freedom you have now. If you#39;ve been in unhappy relationships, compare your state now to your state then. Look at the good points of being single, without trying to pretend its all rosy.也许你的单身是自己选择、抑或是环境使然。可能有时候你会觉得自己错过了一些东西,但请记得不要“这山望着那山高”。想想看吧,一段感情中有多少烦心事儿啊!而单身能给你最大的自由。假如你曾经历过数段不快乐的感情,请把自己当前的状态和曾经的状态做个比较。挖掘那些单身的闪光点,同时别假装曾经的那些感情生活只剩美好和浪漫。Step 2:Stay socially active.第二步:保持活跃的社交。Being single means you probably need to make a bit more of an effort to socialize. Find friends at work or through activities you enjoy. Keep doing new things. Remember that being single, even choosing to remain single, doesn#39;t mean you can#39;t have romantic relationships in your life.单身意味着你也许需要在社交活动上多花一些精力。找找从工作或活动中找找看有没有谈得来的朋友。要不停尝试新事物。记住:即使单身、即使打算保持单身,都不代表你的人生中从此就不能拥有浪漫。Step 3:Re-evaluate your career.第三步:重新评估你的事业。When you#39;re single, it#39;s more important than ever to find satisfaction in your work. If you#39;re not happy with your job, attempt to find a more fulfilling one. If that#39;s not possible, look for other ways to find fulfillment, such as going back to school or volunteering. Find causes you#39;re passionate about. Keep physically active. Think of everything you do as geared to feeling good about yourself and building and maintaining connections with other people.单身的时候,工作中的满意度无疑很重要。假如你不喜欢自己的工作,那就去找个更好的。找不到也没关系,那就用别的事物来充实自己,比如回学校读书、或做志愿工作。找到那些能让你迸发热情的事情。保持身心活跃。把自己手头在做的任何事都想成能使你得到满足、并让你和他人建立良好关系的积极推动剂。Step 4:Do things on your own.第四步:独立行事。While this might take some courage in the beginning, you might discover you like doing things alone. Don#39;t let being single stop you from doing anything you want to do. For example, if you travel alone, look to meet new people on your travels. Buy a house on your own. According to A News, more than 1.7 million single women in the ed States bought homes in 2010. Being single doesn#39;t have to stop you from achieving your goals.一开始也许需要些勇气,但很快你就会发现,原来自己喜欢独立行事的感觉。不要让“单身状态”阻挠你做自己想做的。举例:假如你想独自旅行,那就去旅途上认识天南海北的新朋友吧;或者给自己买套房子吧。根据A电视台的报道,截至2010年,全美有至少170万的单身女性独立买房。总之不要因为单身,而束缚了自己向目标前进的步伐哦。 /201211/208280春节大假后的上班第一天,相信很多人都还沉浸在节后的各种疲惫中无法恢复状态吧?别担心,你不是一个人。现在就让我们来看看如何摆脱这讨厌的;节后忧虑症;!  After spending a wonderful holiday over the New Year period, some people feel blue and find that it#39;s difficult to function normally in their daily rhythm. As defined by the DSM IV, holiday blues, holiday depression, or post-New Year blues, these commonly used terms depict the mental distress occurring after the winter holidays and festival season.  在经历了春节假期的美好时光之后,很多人会感到忧虑,并且感觉要恢复日常生活节奏很困难。这种症状被称为;DSM IV;、;节后忧虑症;、;节后压抑;或是;新年后忧虑;。这些名词都描述了春假或是节假日后的精神压力。  Below are some suggested steps to get rid of your post winter festive season holiday blues.  接下来的这些步骤会帮助你摆脱你的节后忧虑症。  1. Expect some letdown. The holiday season is both joyful and stressful at once. There is family to get along with, gifts to buy and return, people to visit, activities to throw yourself into, plenty of festive food to eat, sales to rush to, and parties to plan and attend. Topped off with the excitement of New Year#39;s Eve, your adrenaline has probably been pumping a lot of the time during the New Year#39;s period. Returning to the usual routine and probably quieter workplace than normal can dampen your spirits just by the absence of exciting things to do and look forward to. Expecting to feel a little low is a way of telling yourself that this is a normal feeling and that it will soon pass once the routine re-establishes itself.  1. 了解节后会有段时间心情低落。节假日期间总是愉快与压力并存。走亲访友、交换礼物、拜访熟人、参加活动、节日大餐、打折血拼、还有数不尽的派对;;尤其是年三十儿的晚上。恐怕你的肾上腺素在整个春假期间都一直处于兴奋状态吧?所以一回到相对安静的日常工作状态,没了激动人心的事情去期待,你自然会觉得有点失落。了解节后自己的心情会受到影响,告诉自己这是一种正常的感受。这段时间很快就会随着日常生活的继续而过去的。  2. Choose to see the benefits of post-holiday time. The good side to the end of the holidays is that you#39;ve had a chance to rest, to relax, and to enjoy yourself. The craziness prior to New Year has ended both at the workplace and in the home, and the restful time after New Year has hopefully given you the opportunity to do things that are different from your usual routine. And any break in the routine is good for the spirit, providing you with the chance to rejuvenate.  2. 多看到节后时光好的一面。假期尾声的好处在于你终于有机会可以休息休息、放松下来与自己相处。假日前无论工作还是生活中的疯狂状态终于告一段落,兴许假期中的时间能让你做一些平常无法去做的事儿。能从日常生活中脱离出来总是好的,能给你一个机会休养生息。  3. Be gentle on yourself with respect to your New Year#39;s Resolutions. Ensure that any goals you#39;ve set are reasonable and most importantly achievable. Taking weight loss as an example, targeting for a size zero is unrealistic, but looking for 1 pound loss in a span of week seems to be more achievable.  3. 在新年计划这件事儿上,别太逼自己。确保你定下的目标都是合理的,更重要的是它们应是可达成的。用减肥来举例,要想减到零号的尺码不现实,但如果要求自己一周减一磅(约0.9斤)就比较合理了。  4. Keep being around people. Some of the post-holiday season blues might be related to having been around many people over the New Year break and then suddenly finding yourself surrounded by people you don#39;t know that well, or even not by many people at all. Lift your spirits by continuing to stay connected with friends and family, and getting out and about to do activities where other people interact with you.  4. 多接触人。有的节后忧虑症的产生是因为假日期间我们身边多有朋友家人的陪伴,而节假日后却突然回到一群不那么熟悉的人中间,或者根本无人陪伴。这时要想保持心情愉悦,应该多和朋友家人联络,或走出去、参与活动,多和人群互动。  5. Do things that give you cause to look forward to something. Revive the excitement of anticipation by arranging fun things, such as having dinner with friends, starting a new class for a hobby or interest, attending a sporting event regularly, going to the movies, etc. Choose activities that meet your budget and interests, and that you know will give you a thrill.  5. 做一些能让你向前看的事儿。你可以组织一些有趣的事儿来保持自己参与的兴奋感,比如和朋友共进晚餐、开始一门新的兴趣课、定时参加某种体育活动、看电影等等。参与这些符合你兴趣和预算的活动,你就能保持假日的新鲜感。  6. Make healthy choices. After the many indulgences over the holiday period, it can leave you feeling a little out of shape and worse for wear in the nutrition department. Aim to return to eating healthy food, drinking healthy drinks, and ensuring that you keep getting a good amount of exercise. Eating well and keeping up regular exercise will enhance your mood and help you return to good shape and fitness levels.  6. 吃回健康食物。假日期间放纵自己大吃特吃后,通常我们都会有点发胖或营养不均衡。给自己设立目标吃回健康食品、喝健康的饮品,并且保做足够的运动。健康进食、保运动会让你恢复愉快的心情,并且保持体型。  7. Make this a time for getting professional help and turning around things that have been bothering you. The holiday season tends to put a hold on pressing issues at work and in your personal life because the celebrations, meet-ups, and preparations require your foremost attention. Once this busyness dies down, you#39;re returned to thinking about your general life issues and this might just be a good time to get help from the professionals, be it for anything from sorting out your finances, redecorating your home, or dealing with the unhappy feelings you#39;re experiencing.  7. 用这段时间来解决一直烦恼你的事,寻求专业帮助。节日通常会让一些工作和生活上的问题暂缓,因为有所有这些庆祝、聚会和准备,要求你全身心的投入无法抽身。一旦这些忙碌的时间都过去,你就有时间好好想想那些该解决的日常事务。无论是经济问题、重新装修房屋、或是处理一段不愉快的经历,你都可以利用这段时间求得专家帮助。  8. Expect to enjoy the year ahead. Trying to keep a positive frame of mind and planning for interesting and fulfilling events throughout the year is a good way to calm your current blues. Think ahead to the changing seasons and the sorts of things you#39;d like to be doing as the year moves on, and the sorts of activities and events you#39;d like to be a part of. Doing something about the things you#39;d like to happen is the first step and once you#39;re immersed in planning and doing, you#39;ll be too busy to fret.  8. 期待新的这一年。另一个驱赶忧虑心情的办法,就是保持一个积极的心态,好好计划新一年的各种活动。想想未来的变化和你想要在这一年做的事儿,或是想要参与的任何活动。为想做的事情计划并打算是第一步,而一旦当你开始忙碌地计划起来,你就不会有时间忧虑啦。 /201201/169404

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