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*Z3uT.E]R@QHIIq@pzk8L*1LKy1PWAZ(Bp;npm|z1bmt^sHis dad was ing one section of the newspaper. His mom was ing another section of the newspaper. His older sister was ing another section of the newspaper. He had the comics section of the newspaper. That was the best part of the newspaper. He didn’t understand the words. He wasn’t able to . But he liked the comics. He liked the drawings. They were all different. All the animals were different. All the people were different. All the drawings were black and white. He colored the drawings with his crayons. He showed the colored drawings to his mom. She liked them. “Those are beautiful colors,” his mom said. “Someday you will be a famous painter.”QtC-TQNKHe]~6%C_*fs@~oW!bxc9Il*]V+HO_g^[~mp)BBj)CwyUuyQ*, 396

It worked有效Tom had this problem of getting up late in the morning and was always late work. His boss was mad at him and threatened to fire him if he didn't do something about it. So Tom went to his doctor, the doctor gave him a pill and told him to take it bee he went to bed. Tom slept well, and in fact, beat the alarm in the morning. He had a leisurely breakfast and drove cheerfully to work. "Boss", he said, "The pill actually worked!" "That's all fine" said the boss, "But where were you yesterday?" Tom早上老起不来,所以上班总是迟到 他的老板非常生气,警告他如果他不能有所改善的话就炒他的鱿鱼于是,Tom去看医生,医生给了他一颗药丸并告诉他要在睡觉前下这颗药Tom照医生的话做了,睡得非常之好,事实上,他在早上闹钟响之前就起来了Tom从容不迫地吃完早餐,然后兴高采烈地开车上班去了“老板”,Tom说,“那药真管用,我的睡眠好极了!”“是够管用的,”老板说,“问题是,昨天你人哪去了”? 97

  Armand:Did you know that this nightstand required assembly when you bought it?阿蒙德:你知道你买的这个床头柜需要组装吗?Suzanne:The box said that it required simple assembly.苏珊:这个盒子上面写着需要进行简单组装I guess what simple to them isnt simple to us.我觉得对他们而言是简单,但对我们而言就成了大难题Armand:You can say that again.阿蒙德:你可以再说一遍These instructions arent in English, there are no diagrams showing how the parts fit together, and we seem to be missing parts.这些说明不是英文的,没有图片展示各个部分如何组合到一起,而且看起来我们弄丢了零部件I also question the quality.我也怀疑质量问题It mainly made of pboard and plywood.它主要是由刨花板和胶合板组成Do you think we should return it?你认为我们应该把它退回去吗?Suzanne:No, let just keep it and do the best we can.苏珊:不,我们留着它,让我们尽自己所能做到最好Armand:That hard to do when there seems to be a design flaw with the drawers.阿蒙德:这很难,因为抽屉看起来似乎存在设计缺陷The pieces dont fit together as they should.这些零件应该能组合的,但现在却装不上These nails are also bent and these screws look defective.钉子也是弯的,而且螺丝看起来有缺陷Suzanne:It not looking good, is it?苏珊:看起来不咋样,对不对?I also bought this because I thought everything could be assembled using Allen wrenches, but it looks like well actually need a hammer, screwdriver, and maybe a drill.我也买了这个,因为我觉得用艾伦扳手组装什么东西都能顺利搞定,但实际上看来我们需要锤子,螺丝刀,也许还有一台电钻Armand:Well, let see what we can do.阿蒙德:嗯,看看我们能做什么If we dont have the right tools or parts, I have a solution.如果我们没有合适的工具或零件,我有个解决方案Suzanne:What?苏珊:是什么呢?Armand:Duct tape.阿蒙德:胶带 38865

  No one knows if the Lost City of the Atlantis is real or just a myth. But there are some folks in Florida just off the coast of Miami have decided to build their own Atlantis. Part of it is aly in place, and we sent N's Kerry Sanders 5 feet down to check it out. Good morning, Kerry.Oh, good morning, this is the gate here to the mythical city of Atlantis. It will cover eventually an entire acres, a huge underwater area, in fact, it will be the largest of its type, costing almost million dollars. How do ya pay something like that? Well, as the Mafia says, first you gotta swim with the fishes.In the blue green waters just off the Key Biscayne Florida, the Lost City is under construction. More than 30,000 tons of artwork, including bronze sculpted lions, placed in a precise layout and artists' vision of Atlantis all possible because of what will eventually be cemented into those holes, cremated remains. We are not a cemetery, we are a memorial, and so a memorial city. This is all concrete.Businessman Gary Levine figures selling underwater plots would no only pay this project; it'll also turn a heavenly profit.With the average cost 00 dollars and 80,000 sets of cremated remains, we're looking at about 0 million dollars.Cookie idea? You see this, right here, was a big sailfish. N. Laverne Smith who was surrounded her living days with treasures from the sea, at 80 years old, she and her husband bought two plots in Atlantis to continue that theme in the afterlife.We kind of want in somewhere if our grandchildren and great-grandchildren wanted to come and pay their respect and say hi grannie and papa, they could.Sculpting this undersea world, artist King Brandout. He says to get this far required environmental approvals from 8 federal state and local government agencies.If you are lucky enough to get passed all the obstacles, you can make the dream come true. This is one of those examples right here, here and now.So your y-made-market in your mind is what? Baby booms? Baby boomers. Because? Because there are 50,000 people are weak and dying in ed States. And baby boomers are looking something different? Something very different and money is not the question mark.And so the cost to be buried here is about twice a normal funeral but somebody who wants something completely different, I guess this is it. Once a guy might know guys, it is open free divers anytime you wanna come.Ha, that's a little weird. Yeah, why not, dive the memorial today... 3。

  D.B. Cooper; the Underground Railroad; extend versus expand; God bid; brown-bag lunchWords:to hijackthreatunsolved mysteryflight attendantbombparachutein exchange frayedunconvincedslaveto escapeto be sympathetic towardto extendto expandGod bidbrown-bag lunch 3537

  有的人说:生活就是开名车住豪宅过人上人的生活有的人说:生活就是一家人平安幸福快乐有太多的说法, 生活一个很凡的词但是所有伟大里有太多的不伟大生活对于我们每个人都会有不同的解说Many Americans insist that everyone have a positive attitude, even when the going gets rough. From the self-help bookshelves to the Complaint-Free World Movement, the power of positive thinking is touted now more than ever as the way to be happy, healthy, wealthy, and wise. The problem is this demand good cheer brings with it a one-two punch those of us who cannot cope in that way: First you feel bad about whatever’s getting you down, then you feel guilty or defective if you can’t smile and look on the bright side. And I’m not even sure there always is a bright side to look on.I believe that there is no one right way to cope with all the pain of living. As an academic psychologist, I know that people have different temperaments, and if we are prevented from coping in our own way, be it “positive” or “negative,” we function less well. As a psychotherapist, I know that sometimes a lot of what people need when faced with adversity is permission to feel crummy a while, to realize that feeling bad is not automatically the same as being mentally ill. Some of my one-session “cures” have come from reminding people that life can be difficult, and it’s okay if we’re not happy all the time.This last point first became apparent to me in 1986. I came down with the flu accompanied by searing headaches that lasted weeks after. Eventually a neurologist told me that a strain of flu that winter had left many people with viral meningitis. He reassured me that I would make a full recovery, but I was left traumatized by the weeks of undiagnosed pain. I really thought I had a brain tumor or schizophrenia. Being a psychologist didn’t help; I was an emotional wreck.tunately it happened that my next-door neighbor was a brilliant psychiatrist, Aldo Llorente from Cuba. I asked him, “Aldo, am I a schizophrenic?” “Professor,” he pronounced, “you are a mess, but you are not a mentally ill mess. You are just terrified.”I told Aldo that two of my friends insisted that I cheer up. I tried to be cheerful a week, but that only increased my distress. Aldo told me, “You say to them, ‘friends, I would like to be more cheerful, but right now I am too terrified to be cheerful. So I will let you know when I am not terrified anymore.’ ”The moment I delivered Aldo’s message I felt better. Aldo had made it okay me to cope in my own way, to recover at my own pace, to be my own mess of a self. That was when I began to realize that I had been tyrannized by the idea that everyone must always have a positive attitude.Having flourished in my own authentically kvetchy way, I believe that we would be better off if we let everyone be themselves — positive, negative, or even somewhere in-between.American MoviesMusicals-Mary Poppins; Craigslist; oblivion and to overwhelm; to select versus to elect; wee hoursWords:nannynurserysuffragetteto interviewchaosto adaptclassified advertisementto incorporateto generaterevenueto crack downfraudoblivionto overwhelmto selectto electwee hours

  Um, hum. That could be very nice. That sounds pretty good.Now your job, obviously you like the outdoors. Do you feel that you like it a little less when those windy, wintry, snowy days come?You get used to it, to tell you the truth. But the thing is the heat in the summertime gets me worse because in the winter you can always put more clothes on.That true. But in the summer what are you going to do? There a limit to how much you can take off and still finish your route.And If I could just add a little interdiction there. Sure. I married one of my customers. No kidding. Yes. It was one of those stories right out of the fairy tale books.Now let me ask you this. Did she start lingering and happen to be around there around the time that you would come day after day.No, no, actually. This is odd, but I met her on a Sunday, and as you know, postal, there is no postal service on Sunday, and I meet her on a Sunday just walking through the neighborhood where I deliver the mail, having seen other people who Id known.And I was introduced to her as one of my other customers that I would have probably never met because her job hours are roughly as same as mine, so hadnt it been a fluke of walking around the neighborhood on a Sunday, we wouldnt have met.That great. Yeah. And now she gets her mail right on time. No, well, we have moved, so I am no longer her mail carrier, but Ill always be her mail carrier.But I like the job. I know, of course, in the news there a lot of things about postal workers who go off, and that always a sad thing to hear.Yeah, let me ask you that. But where I am in, there none of that kind of stress. I guess that I work in a small office. Everybody knows everybody, and there not as much animosity. Sure. from self-respect, to begin with.But the person who doesnt like to go to work under any circumstances, theyre not going to like their job even if it is the food taster on a junket.Youre right. It the attitude, attitude is everything. The attitude is first and emost. Well, thanks the call. I really appreciate it. Yeah, bye, bye. 5085_*IT;s!fh(Y3l!PtpJzG@3_FfX[9KpUMXqp3uXtx*+Y5I;|*Linda wants to buy a new car. She has an old car. Her old car is a white Honda. Linda wants to buy a new Honda. She wants to buy a new red Honda. She has saved ,000. She will use ,000 to help buy the new car.She will give ,000 to the Honda dealer. The Honda dealer will give her a contract to sign. The contract will require her to pay a month seven years. Her new red Honda will cost Linda a lot of money. But that’s okay, because Linda makes a lot of money.R71[j@.gvFXWR|SFfGtM8Y~8tgYG-byI#jKr-DUvjZ+-%FT 371


  6NbDgET5fEzB0a3cI.@j5Sn6jcpd-6B3qOT!w1It was summer. Swim classes were beginning. She didn’t know how to swim. She wanted to learn. She called up the pool. “Do you teach adults how to swim?” she asked. The instructor said, “Yes, we teach adults how to swim. We teach kids how to swim. We teach everyone how to swim.” She asked how much. “How much do you charge?” she asked. “We charge only adults,” the instructor said. She gave him her name. He put her name on the swim class list. “You are on the swim class list,” he said. “Your first lesson is Saturday at noon. Bring and a towel.” She asked, “That’s all I need to bring?” He said, “I’m sorry. Bring your swimsuit, too.”aGh;E5]W|uzRs1@Rt#GP[J[mniLnHjO7kJQSpkEhB!Ei;CWxD.eEmD6W5o#MNBn#C。

  Social networking; government-run lotteries; the use of “on” with the days of the week; to travel inby; individual versus personalWords:social networkingapplicationpostto keep in touchprivacydiscreetlotteryscratcher scratch-it ticket scratch cardchancejackpotlump sumannuityto travel byinindividualpersonal 35

  Billy: Check out these wheels!Jennifer: You bought a compact car?Billy: No, I borrowed it.Jennifer: Let me guess, from Sarah. It looks like something she would drive.Billy: You guessed right. Besides, the color violet is a little girly me...Jennifer: I love it. It so festive! And where did you get that cup? It got the same logo as the car.参考译文:比 利:你看我这辆四轮宝贝!詹妮弗:你买了辆小汽车?比 利:不,我借的詹妮弗:我猜你是跟莎拉借的这看起来像是她会开的车比 利:你猜对了而且这个紫萝兰色对我而言稍嫌女孩子气了些……詹妮弗:我爱这颜色很有过节的气氛!还有你那杯子是哪儿来的?它跟车子的商标一样重点词汇:check out  察看wheels (n.)  (俚)汽车compact car  小型车violet (a.)  紫萝兰色,淡紫色girly (a.)  女孩子气的festive (a.)  有节庆气氛的A: How was the New Year party? 新年派对如何?B: Very festive! We had a ball! 很有节庆的味道!我们办了个舞会! 193


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