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Nine o#39;clock should be O.K.9点应该没问题。讲解:是不是超级简单呢,口语就是这么简单,要学会哦! /201510/400031。

听力训练Answer the following questions about the .1) She worries about ____ things.a) fewb) many2) She might go back to ____ .a) collegeb) Japan3) She loves ____ .a) studyingb) traveling本期话题Topic:What do you worry about?Hmm! What do I worry about?Well, I worry about a lot of things, as most people probably do. But, you know, they say worry does nothing for you. It only adds stress to you. Some of the things that I worry about are my future. I#39;m 23 years old and I live temporarily in Japan. I don#39;t know what I am going to do after Japan, so I worry about the future and what I#39;m going to do.I also worry about what kind of job I#39;m going to be getting in the future - whether it can be as good as a pay I have now. I worry about what I can accomplish in the future. Whether I#39;m going to be able to get my Master#39;s Degree, whether I#39;m going to be able to do the things I love which is travel, so some of the things -- those are just some of the things that I worry about.听力b a b /201511/411273。

Marriages don#39;t break up on account of infidelity. It#39;s just a symptom that something else is wrong.语音讲解:单词发音marriages /#712;m#230;r#618;d#658;#618;z/infidelity /#716;#618;nf#618;#712;del#601;ti/symptom /#712;s#618;mpt#601;m/词间连读don#39;t break up/d#601;#650;ntbre#618;k#39;#652;p/on account of infidelity/#594;n#601;#712;ka#650;nt#601;v#716;#618;nf#618;#712;del#601;ti/something else is/#712;s#652;mθ#618;#331;#39;els#618;z/词汇讲解1. on account of phrase. 因为He was granted special admission on account of his effort.由于他自己的努力, 他被破格录取。2. infidelity noun. 不忠贞fide 词根faith 信用The marriage broke up because of the wife#39;s infidelity.婚姻因妻子的不忠而破裂了。3. symptom noun. 症状 征兆Cough is often a symptom of illness.咳嗽常是疾病的征兆。活学活用on account of phrase. 因为The flight was postponed on account of bad weather.因为天气恶劣,飞行延期了.关注微信号:TeacherGwen,跟着Gwen老师每天学点英语 /201703/495765。

今日短语:shut up闭嘴例句:If you don’t shut up, I’ll just go home now.你再不闭嘴,我现在就回家。 /201609/465348。

(MUSIC)Our story today is called "The Line of Least Resistance.” It was written by Edith Wharton. Here is Larry West with the story. (MUSIC)Storyteller: Mister Mindon returned home for lunch. His wife Millicent was not at home. The servants did not know where she was. Mister Mindon sat alone at the table in the garden. He ate a small piece of meat and drank some mineral water. Mister Mindon always ate simple meals, because he had problems with his stomach. Why then did he keep a cook among his servants? Because his wife Millicent liked to invite her friends to big dinners and serve them rare and expensive food and wine. Mister Mindon did not enjoy his wife's parties. Millicent complained that he did not know how to enjoy life. She did a lot of things that he did not like. Millicent wasted Mister Mindon's money and was unpleasant to him. But he never got angry with his wife. After eating, Mister Mindon took a walk through his house. He did not stay long in the living room. It reminded him of all the hours he had spent there at his wife's parties. The sight of the formal dining room made him feel even more uncomfortable. He remembered the long dinners where he had to talk to his wife's friends for hours. They never seemed very interested in what he was saying. Mister Mindon walked quickly past the ballroom where his wife danced with her friends. He would go to bed after dinner. But he could hear the orchestra playing until three in the morning. Mister Mindon walked into the library. No one in the house ever any of the books. But Mister Mindon was proud to be rich enough to have a perfectly useless room in his house. He went into the sunny little room where his wife planned her busy days and evenings. Her writing table was covered with notes and cards from all her friends. Her wastepaper basket was full of empty envelopes that had carried invitations to lunches, dinners, and theater parties. Mister Mindon saw a letter crushed into a small ball on the floor. He bent to pick it up. Just as he was about to throw it into the wastepaper basket, he noticed that the letter was signed by his business partner, Thomas Antrim. But Antrim's letter to Mister Mindon's wife was not about business. As Mister Mindon it, he felt as if his mind was spinning out of control. He sat down heavily in the chair near his wife's little writing table. Now the room looked cold and unfamiliar. "Who are you?" the walls seemed to say. "Who am I?" Mister Mindon said in a loud voice. "I'll tell you who I am! I am the man who paid for every piece of furniture in this room. If it were not for me and my money, this room would be empty!" Suddenly, Mister Mindon felt taller. He marched across his wife's room. It belonged to him, didn't it? The house belonged to him, too. He felt powerful. He sat at the table and wrote a letter to Millicent. One of the servants came into the room. "Did you call, sir?" he asked. "No," Mister Mindon replied. "But since you are here, please telephone for a taxi cab at once."The taxi took him to a hotel near his bank. A clerk showed him to his room. It smelled of cheap soap. The window in the room was open and hot noises came up from the street. Mister Mindon looked at his watch. Four o'clock. He wondered if Millicent had come home yet and his letter. His head began to ache, and Mister Mindon lay down on the bed. When he woke up, it was dark. He looked at his watch. Eight o'clock. Millicent must be dressing for dinner. They were supposed to go to Missus Targe's house for dinner tonight. Well, Mister Mindon thought, Millicent would have to go alone. Maybe she would ask Thomas Antrim to take her to the party!Mister Mindon realized he was hungry. He left his room and walked down the stairs to the hotel dining room. The air -- smelling of coffee and fried food -- wrapped itself around his head. Mister Mindon could not eat much of the food that the hotel waiter brought him. He went back to his room, feeling sick. He also felt hot and dirty in the clothing he had worn all day. He had never realized how much he loved his home!Someone knocked at his door. Mister Mindon jumped to his feet. "Mindon?" a voice asked. "Are you there?" Mister Mindon recognized that voice. It belonged to Laurence Meysy. Thirty years ago, Meysy had been very popular with women -- especially with other men's wives. As a young man he had interfered in many marriages. Now, in his old age, Laurence Meysy had become a kind of "marriage doctor.” He helped husbands and wives save their marriages. Mister Mindon began to feel better as soon as Laurence Meysy walked into his hotel room. Two men followed him. One was Mister Mindon's rich uncle, Ezra Brownrigg. The other was the Reverend Doctor Bonifant, the minister of Saint Luke's church where Mister Mindon and his family prayed every Sunday. Mister Mindon looked at the three men and felt very proud that they had come to help him. For the first time in his married life, Mister Mindon felt as important as his wife Millicent. Laurence Meysy sat on the edge of the bed and lit a cigarette. "Misses Mindon sent for me," he said. Mister Mindon could not help feeling proud of Millicent. She had done the right thing. Meysy continued. "She showed me your letter. She asks you for mercy." Meysy paused, and then said: "The poor woman is very unhappy. And we have come here to ask you what you plan to do."Now Mister Mindon began to feel uncomfortable. "To do?" he asked. "To do? Well…I, I plan to…to leave her."Meysy stopped smoking his cigarette. "Do you want to divorce her?" he asked. "Why, yes! Yes!" Mister Mindon replied. Meysy knocked the ashes from his cigarette. "Are you absolutely sure that you want to do this?" he asked. Mister Mindon nodded his head. "I plan to divorce her," he said loudly. Mister Mindon began to feel very excited. It was the first time he had ever had so many people sitting and listening to him. He told his audience everything, beginning with his discovery of his wife's love affair with his business partner, and ending with his complaints about her expensive dinner parties. His uncle looked at his watch. Doctor Bonifant began to stare out of the hotel window. Meysy stood up. "Do you plan to dishonor yourself then?" he asked. "No one knows what has happened. You are the only one who can reveal the secret. You will make yourself look foolish.”Mister Mindon tried to rise. But he fell back weakly. The three men picked up their hats. In another moment, they would be gone. When they left, Mister Mindon would lose his audience, and his belief in himself and his decision. "I won't leave for New York until tomorrow," he whispered. Laurence Meysy smiled. "Tomorrow will be too late," he said. "Tomorrow everyone will know you are here." Meysy opened the hotel room door. Mister Brownrigg and Doctor Bonifant walked out of the room. Meysy turned to follow them, when he felt Mister Mindon's hand grab his arm. "I…I will come with you," Mister Mindon sighed. "It's…it's…for the children." Laurence Meysy nodded as Mister Mindon walked out of the room. He closed the door gently. (MUSIC)Announcer: You have just heard the story "The Line of Least Resistance.” It was written by Edith Wharton and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. Your storyteller was Larry West. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O’Neal.(MUSIC) Article/200801/23654。

114. Where did you get it?第114单元 你从哪儿弄来的?A: That#39;s a cool jacket. Where did you get it?甲:这件夹克好酷,你从哪儿弄来的?B: I bought it when I was on vacation in Nepal.乙:这是我在尼泊尔度假时买的。类似用语Where did you buy it?你在哪儿买的?百宝箱上列对话中,词组“be on vacation in+地方”(美式英语)与“be on holiday in+地方”(英式美语)意思相同,均表示“在某地方度假”,但“be on leave;则表示“休假,请假”。I#39;ll be on vacation in Hong Kong tomorrow.(明天我将去香港度假。)Mary is on sick leave now.(玛丽目前正请病假中。) /201508/391601。

近年来,创新创业的热潮吸引了不少年轻人。然而,万一创业失败可能需要有重返校园的机会。教育部昨日颁布了新修订的《普通高等学校学生管理规定》。新《规定》明确学生参加创新创业等活动可以折算为学分,计入学业成绩。对休学创业的学生,可以单独规定最长学习年限,并简化休学批准程序。此次修订将对3000多万在校大学生的学习和生活产生重要影响,《规定》将于9月1日起施行。【新闻】请看《中国日报》的报道College students in China won#39;t have to fear failure as much when launching start-ups under a newly-amended Ministry of Education regulation.中国教育部颁布了新修订的规定,依据新规,大学生创业不用再担心失败。【讲解】college students是大学生;start-ups是初创企业。新版《规定》鼓励高校学生创新创业(start their own business),采取弹性学制,如果是新生开展创新创业实践,可以申请保留入学资格,入学后开展创业,则可以申请(apply)休学。对休学创业的学生,可以单独规定最长学习年限(period of schooling),并简化(streamline)休学批准程序。对于创新实践、休学创业学生的复学(return to their studies)转专业(change their majors),《规定》指出,经个人申请学校批准可以转入相关专业学习。此外(in addition),参加创新创业(attempts in innovation and entrepreneurship)等活动以及发表论文(publish academic papers)、获得专利授权(patent licensing)等与专业学习、学业要求(major requirements)相关的经历、成果,可以折算为学分(academic credit),计入学业成绩。专家认为,新规通过鼓励和持大学生创新创业(try innovative activities and start businesses),将有效缓解大学生面临的就业竞争(competition for jobs)。另外,专家建议高校建立健全学生创业指导务专门机构(special body),对自主创业学生实行持续帮扶、全程指导(guidance)、一站式务(one-stop shop)。这是涵盖大学生活各个方面(cover all aspects of student#39;s college life)的规定实行(enact)12年来首次埋重大修订(major amendment)。 /201702/492819。

今天是愚人节,你有没有收到过或发送过这样的短信?1. U r very important to me,It#39;s impossible 4 me to live without U even 4 a second!U r my life amp; I can feel U everywhereDon#39;t mind! I am talking about oxygen. 对我来说你太重要了没有你我一秒都活不下去你是我的生命,我在哪里都能感觉到你。千万别放在心上 ,我说的是氧气。2. U R the one who is HandsomeU R the one who is IntelligentU R the one who is Smart你帅气,你智慧,你聪明And I am the One who is sping these rumors.而我就是那个散布谣言的人3. You are really a CUTE person!Just a second, don#39;t misunderstand.CUTE means:CreatingUselessTroublesEverywhere 你真是个可爱的人呦!等等,千万别误解。CUTE的意思是:C 制造U 无用T 麻烦E 到处(你是一个没用的,到处制造麻烦的人!)这句话攻击力好强啊,怎么感觉瞬间已经握紧小拳拳了呢!想知道卡卡老师的发音秘诀?关注微信公众号Kakaketang_Jessica /201704/501437。