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青岛治疗重度宫颈糜烂大概多少钱青岛市较好的妇科医院在哪里莱阳中医医院有无痛人流术吗 英语借走的“十个中国词”英语,代表西方的强势文化。作为世界性的大语种,它成了现代与文明的标志。有人跟风叫嚷:只要具备两条就是“现代文盲”,一,不懂英语;二,不会电脑。其实,文化所涉及的领域形形色色,是否可以这样说,不会写毛笔字、不会算卦,就等于“国学文盲”?   凭人怎么说吧,现代中国为了追求“和世界接轨”,几乎把英、法、俄、德、日、意、西班牙和阿拉伯语,当成了通向世界、通向文明的惟一桥梁。母语——中国话可以弄得一塌糊涂,甚至不如日本人写得漂亮,讲得流利;英语,却必须要捱过大学六级、。这据典型的崇洋媚外做法,似乎该回头了。随着中国国力的增强,汉语也逐渐变成了外国人的香饽饽儿。仔细一看才发现,许多英语词汇其实就源于汉语,欧洲人做过精细的统计,自1994年以来加入国际英语行列的词汇中,中式英语贡献了5%到20%,超过任何其他来源。  英语属于印欧语系(Indo-European languages),包含着印度、西亚和欧洲的语言。目前使用的英语单词中,有不少是从非印欧语系“拿来”的,这在狭义上,就是英语中的外来语。这些白皮黄心的“鸡蛋词”,无须向“英语世界”做额外解释,就能顺利地理解、沟通。脱胎于汉语的“鸡蛋词”,早就默默地影响全世界了。除“孔夫子(Confucious)”、“中国功夫(kung fu)”、“麻将(mahjong)”或者“豆腐(tofu)”之类绝无仅有的称谓,再挑拣10个真正有中国气质、代表华夏气派、并影响全球当代生活的“鸡蛋词”,便足以说明问题。  (一)丝绸——silk  中国是养蚕大国,丝绸的故乡。瓷器和丝绸始终是古代中国对外贸易的绝密技术和看家商品,直到鸦片战争前,英国进口到广州的钢琴,还干不过珠光宝气的丝绸。“silk”的发音,显然是汉语的音译,这个词代表了中国高超的工艺技术和贸易强势。即便现在,丝绸仍在现代生活中充当雍容华丽、典雅高贵的象征。  (二)茶——tea  这个词,又是英国人从拗口的闽南话里偷走的。茶,和丝绸、瓷器比肩,堪称古代中国对外贸易的拳头产品。目前,品茶代表了一种生活方式和文化品位,中国人对人生的思考,几乎都能在袅袅茶烟里找到。据萧乾的《茶在英国》介绍:“茶叶似乎是17世纪初由葡萄牙人最早引到欧洲的……英国的茶叶起初是东印度公司从厦门引进的,17世纪40年代,英人在印度殖民地开始试种茶叶,那时,可能就养成了在茶中加糖的习惯。”据说,即使在“二战”那样物资困乏的时期,法国人定量配给咖啡,英国人则要的是茶,还有一点点糖。茶成了欧洲人的“主心骨”,他们只能跟着茶香如醉如痴地行走,这不是本土的历史与遗传;而是异域文化的征和同化。18世纪的柴斯特顿勋爵干脆在《训子家书》里写道:“尽管茶来自东方,它毕竟是绅士气味的;而可可则是个痞子、懦夫,一头粗野的猛兽。”  (三)世外桃源——Shangrila (Xanadu)  这是两个近意词。都有“世外桃源”的意思。“Shangrila”出自西藏的传说之地——香格里拉,“Xanadu”则是蒙古的元上都。如果要表达“世外桃源”,通常采用“Xanadu”这个词。看来,以出世自居的美国作家梭罗,白白地在瓦尔登湖旁边,做了那么久的“隐士”。讲究“寄情山水、超然物外”的哲学,中国人是当之无愧的开山鼻祖。  (四)风水——Feng Shui  风水,还是音译。它凝聚了古代中国在活人住宅和死人墓地方面的集体智慧。尽管有人打着所谓“科学”的旗号,指斥风水是封建迷信;但是,迷信所谓“科学”,故步自封,则是另外一种迷信。风水的整体原则是“趋利避害”,这也是安全生存最起码的信条。近年来,风水在美国红极一时,从中国人唇齿之间发出的音节,已经成为当代人急需探究的学问。  (五)茶点——dim sum  一听发音,就知道,这个略带小资情调的词儿,来自闽粤。英国人有喝下午茶的习惯,几杯印度红茶,常就一碟甜点。英语原本有表示蛋糕、点心的词,偏偏不用,硬要拽一个来自汉语的生僻字。恐怕多少也有与时尚接轨、和东方同步的优越感吧。中国是茶的故乡,茶点也摇身一变,成为登堂入室的英语外来词。  (六)走——running dogs  中国式英语贴切地表达了一种见利忘义、供人驱使的“下三烂”。无从考,最先运用这个词的是中国人,还是英国人;重要的是,英语世界接纳了“走”,并以汉语的思维抚育这个“外来词”。接纳词汇的同时,无形中也接受了中国人的价值观。  (七)纸老虎——paper tiger  这是最令人难忘和扬眉吐气的一个新词。缔造者应该是伟大的民族英雄——毛泽东!他老人家是学的诗人、雄才大略的政治家、运筹帷幄的军事天才。美国人硬不硬?苏联人牛不牛?原子弹厉害不厉害?……在他眼里,都是色厉内荏的“纸老虎”。只要跟中国人作对,老子就得碰碰硬,看天下“谁主沉浮”。上世纪50年代的“美帝国主义”、六七十年代的“苏修”,都变成了毛泽东嘲笑的“纸老虎”。这种蔑视强敌、自强不息的精神,当然是中国人对世界文明的贡献。谈笑风声缔造了一个词,足令中国的敌手躲在角落里发抖了。  (八)大款、巨亨——tycoon  这种称呼是近些年才流行街巷的,指有钱有势的商人或者企业家,中国传统的叫法是“大掌柜”。被英语拿走,又是闽粤之地的音译。可见,鸦片战争前,中国商人名声在外,马可·波罗在书里描写的东方,物阜民丰,黄金铺地。来中国走一遭,就像现在某些“假洋鬼子”上趟一样。  (九)——Casino  这个词,似乎是地道的西方舶来品,发音酷似法语或者意大利文。殊不知,“Casino”竟是福建话的音译,可是,为什么英语要拿它表示“”的意思呢?据传,很久以前,移民到美国的福建民工,拿到一点微薄的工资,便在无聊之际,聚众,试试运气。每次开局,都会嚷嚷:“开始了! 开始了!”想不到,阴差阳错地搭给英语一个现代词汇。  (十)小费,赏钱——Cumshaw  这个词是闽南话“感谢”的音译。为了给人一点酬劳,在钞票上意思意思。英语世界也像喜欢“money”一样,渴望“Cumshaw”这个油水丰厚的单词。尽管中国人没有给小费的习惯,但是,对于钱,却并非一毛不拔,甚至比西方人出手还大方。偷走“Cumshaw”这个“鸡蛋字”的欧洲人,一定见过,中国人曾如何挥金似土。其实,东西方对待金钱并没有本质的不同。 /200803/32129My Roommate My roommate was interested in a young man in her English-literature class, but she was too shy to let him know. One day she overheard him say he was on his way to the library for a certain book. She rushed to the library, found the book and stuck in it a letter from her mother.  "Why would he want to a letter from your mother?" I asked.  "He wouldn't, but if he's any kind of gentleman, he'll return it to me " Her dorm and room numbers were on the envelope, of course.  The next day he appeared with the letter and asked my roommate out on a date. "Couldn't fail," she later told me. "The book was Great Expectations. 我的室友  我的室友对她英国文学课上的一个年轻人有意思,但又不好意思让他知道。一天,她听到他和别人说要去图书馆借某本书。她冲到图书馆,找到那本书,夹进去她妈妈来的一封信。  “他为什么会要读你妈妈来的信呢?”我问。  “他不会读的。但如果他还算是个绅士的话,他会把信还给我的。”当然啦,她的宿舍及房间号码就在信封上。  第二天,他拿着那封信出现了,并约我室友出去。“错不了的,”她后来对我说,“那本书的书名是《远大前程》。” /201107/144272山东青岛新阳光女子医院医院账单

市北区妇幼保健院咨询师Jack and Grace were the most popular names given to babies in England and Wales this year, according to National Statistics, while Mohammed moved steadily up the rankings.Jack has been the top boys' name for the last 13 years, while Grace moved up one place from last year.Rising stars in 2007 were Jayden, Isaac and Finley for the boys, Ava and Summer for the girls.National Statistics noted that Ava's newfound popularity could be partly due to pop singer Myleene Klass giving that name to her daughter earlier this year.Fallers this year were Bradley, Rhys and Kyle among the boys and Anna and Paige among the girls.In the girls' top five, Ruby moves up to second. Last year's top name, Olivia, drops to number three while Emily is up at four and Jessica down at five.The boys' top five looks almost the same as last year.Thomas remains at number two, Oliver rises one place to three, Joshua drops to four and there is no change for Harry at number five.Mohammed continued its long-term increasing popularity this year, moving up five places to number 17, while another spelling, Muhammad, also gained ground.Boys' top namesin descending order: Jack, Thomas, Oliver, Joshua, Harry, Charlie, Daniel, William, James, Alfie.Girls' names: Grace, Ruby, Olivia, Emily, Jessica, Sophie, Chloe, Lily, Ella, Amelia. 据英国国家统计署公布的统计结果,“杰克”和“格蕾丝”是今年英格兰和威尔士人给孩子取名时用得最多的名字,此外,“默罕穆德”的排位稳步上升。在过去十三年中,“杰克”一直是最受青睐的男孩名,而“格蕾丝”则比去年上升了一个榜位。今年的人气新名包括:男孩名杰登、艾塞克和芬利;女孩名艾瓦和萨梅尔。英国国家统计署指出,“艾瓦”之所以人气大增,一部分是因为今年年初流行歌星玛琳#8226;克拉斯给她的女儿起了这个名字。今年人气下滑的名字包括:男孩名布拉德利、莱斯和凯利;女孩名安娜和佩吉。在五大最受欢迎的女孩名中,“璐比”升至第二位,去年的排行榜冠军“奥莉维亚”跌至第三位,“艾米莉”升至第四,“杰西卡”跌至第五。今年五大最受欢迎的男孩名与去年大致相同。“托马斯”仍位居第二;“奥立弗”上升一位,名列第三;“约瑟华”跌至第四;“哈里”仍排在第五。今年,“默罕穆德”的人气继续攀升,连升五位,名列第17;而另一种拼写形式“Muhammad” (穆罕默德)也开始受到人们的青睐。最受欢迎的男孩名(按降序排列):杰克、托马斯、奥立弗、约瑟华、哈里、查理、丹尼尔、威廉、詹姆斯、埃尔弗。最受欢迎的女孩名:格蕾丝、璐比、奥莉维亚、艾米莉、杰西卡、索菲亚、克洛伊、莉莉、艾拉、艾米莉娅。 /200803/29701城阳区妇女医院怎么样好吗 四方区儿童医院怎么预约

黄岛开发区妇女医院做彩超B超价格Basic Black Dress - The basic black dress has been around for a long time. It is often called the "Little Black Dress", and it's true that shorter skirts on the basic black dress, when they hit you in the right place, can be more flattering than a long black dress. 小黑裙永远排在第一位,一条裁剪做工精良的黑色连衣裙可以是奥黛丽赫本也可以是玛丽莲梦露,不管时尚如何轮回都是经典中的经典。 /201001/95471 One of the common grouses I hear, hindering people from going into a particular challenge is that they believe they don’t have the “X-factor” to excel in it. Usually, it’s after one or two failed attempts in that same domain. Or something so new that they didn’t know what to expect. They’ll say things like “Nah, I’ve tried before and I know I suck”, “I’m just not cut out for that” or “I can never be as good as him” and abandon the whole idea just to save themselves the embarassment. Even when it’s something that’ll definitely expand their lives if they’ll just give it a(nother) try.I admit I’m not spared of this too. Besides judging myself previously for lacking the talent in sales, I used to think I was a lousy dancer… hehehe. I was a member of the high school choir and during one of our overseas concerts, I was handpicked to take part in an all girls performance item. We had to sing and dance a little at the same time. A few of us - myself included - were so “stiff” that we had to be given remedial lessons in our female instructor’s hotel room every other night before the concert! Yes, we were that bad!Hardly anyone would comment I’m a bad dancer now whenever my friends and I go clubbing. In case you’re wondering, nope, I didn’t take any dancing lessons. I just changed my thinking. In fact, when I look at it, it’s probably the same process of thoughts that lead me to my sales success. Here’s how :(1) Expect the FrustrationTrust me, when you’re being challenged with some role or work you’ve previously labeled yourself as having no talent for, the first thing to do is just to expect the frustration. It’ll inevitably bring back the nasty memories of how everyone jeered at you when you were on the stage not knowing what to say, for instance. Your ego is likely to convey that underlying message that you shouldn’t speak in public anymore just to avoid the pain of getting hurt or disappointed again.Well, don’t beat yourself up over it. Be aware that this is your subsconscious’ way of protecting you. But despite the good intentions, choosing to run away from it is literally putting yourself on dystrophy mode. You’ll never be able to do well in public speaking not because it’s true you lacked the talent but rather because you’ve decided not to give yourself a second shot at it anymore!(2) Make a Decision amp; Watch Your Focus ShiftIn most of my cases, I realize my frustration and anxiety is at its worse when I’m split on a decision. Whether to take up the challenge or say “no”. The former requires some guts but whenever I do so, the negative energy caused by my frustration soon turned into proactive forces. I’ll start brainstorming ways to alleviate the situation. Such as putting in more effort to practice or research the skill I need to develop.Strangely at the same time, I’ll find comfort within myself. For example, even though I was worried about affecting the necktie sales, I eventually told myself that my assistance was actually to help my brother-in-law resolve an urgent resource issue, which was far more pressing than a slight drop in Sales.I find myself focusing on another aspect of the whole situation so much so that it takes the pressure off the results. Think of it this way. Assuming you’ve just taken an examination and the score for a pass is 50 marks. You got 45. If your focus is on passing, I’m sure you’ll feel terrible. But what if your plan is to do better than your previous grade, which was 20 marks? You’ll have achieved 125% improvement, way above what you’ve intended!(3) Observe gt; Practice gt; Review gt; PracticeWhen the focus is shifted and the stress to perform is greatly reduced, you’ll gradually build up that self belief that it’s probably not going to be that tough after all. By following up this school of thought with the 4 action steps of observe, practice, review and practice, trust me, you’ll be able to hone the skill that you thought you didn’t have the talent for. Just like what I did to be better in dancing.After my high school saga, I never really had a chance to dance again. Until my University hostel committee organized a party at a club where we were all invited to the dance floor after the dinner. I was initially reluctant to join them - mainly because I don’t want to embarrass myself - but when everyone at our table popped down to the dance floor, a friend just dragged me by the arm. I didn’t have time to say “no”.Under the music and shimmering lights, I suddenly realized that everyone was so busy having fun that no one would notice my obscure dance moves! I began to shift my focus. Instead of being conscious about my dance steps, I just concentrate on swaying my body with the music.And as I did so, I started taking note of how others danced, played copycat a little, review the response from my friend on my moves - well, she didn’t say anything bad - and quickly continued with it. At the end of the day, I was having so much fun that for the first time ever, I felt that dancing wasn’t totally beyond me! As much as I thought it was.(4) Have Fun In The Process!Once everything becomes almost second nature to you through your observation, practice, review and continuous practice, what determines if you’ll ever do well in that domain really depends on how much fun you’re beginning to derive from it. Nowadays, I’m usually the one initiating for a chillout at the clubs, occasionally receiving a bonus compliment that I dance quite naturally. And yes, none believed that I used to be so bad in dancing that I had to have remedial lessons.Do you now enjoy the attention of speaking on the stage? Are you gradually opening up to the idea of breaking ceilings of sales one after another? Will you like to go dancing to the tune of the music and sweating it out again? When you derive a lot of fun and satisfaction from that something didn’t know you could do well it, it will eventually develop an impetus for you to know more, learn more and practice more. That, in turn avalanches your achievement as you become skilled in it.Though I still face a lot of insecurities in reattempting stuff I used to do badly in - things that I totally felt I wasn’t born with the gift for - such little successes over the years have helped to mitigate that frustration and fear. I know there’s still a chance for me to do well in it. 对于阻碍人们直面挑战的缘由,一个最常听到的抱怨就是他们自以为不具备战胜挑战的“X-因子”。通常,这种结论要么是在经历过类似的事情上的失败后得出的要么就是面对一种全新的事物而使他们无从期待。他们会想“不,我可不再干了,我以前已经试过,不是失败了吗?”,“我不是那块料”或者“我永远不可能像他那么优秀”,所以他们就选择放弃来避免失败的尴尬,哪怕是那些只要他们再努力一次就会对他们的生命产生重大意义的事情。我承认我也是这些抱怨者中的一员。除了以前把判定自己在销售方面没有天赋之外,我曾经还常常认定自己是一个差劲的舞者。。。呵呵。在高中的时候,我是学校唱诗班中的一员。在一次海外音乐会的时候,我还选去参加全体女子表演项目。我们要同时唱一小段歌,跳一小段舞。我们中的一些人(包括我自己)很僵硬,以至于在音乐会前,每隔一晚上我们都要去我们的女指导员的酒店房间里接受矫正训练!是的,我们那时就是那么差劲。现在我和朋友去泡吧的时候,几乎没人说我是一个差劲的舞者了。或许你还会认为我没有参加过任何舞蹈培训班。我只是换了一种思维。实际上,当我自己看这件事,我想这种思维可能也会让我在销售领域取得成功。方式如下:(1) 做最坏的打算相信我,当你面临一些你已经给自己贴了“无此项天赋”标签的角色或工作的挑战时,你只要首先做好最坏的打算就可以了。比如,你会不可避免的回忆起在你不知所措的时候,别人对你的嘲笑。你的内心可能会有一个声音阻止你再在公开场合演讲以避免被伤害或失望的痛苦。不要为此自责。这是你潜意识里自我保护的表现。但是除去这些好的意愿,你选择逃避才是真正使你心情不好的原因。你再也不能在公众场合演讲了,不是因为你没有天赋,而是因为你不肯再给自己一次机会。(2) 做出决定 amp; 慎重考虑注意力的转移在我大多数经历中,我发现在我取消一个决定时,我的沮丧和忧虑会达到最糟糕的程度。要么选择面对挑战,要么选择逃避。选择前者需要一些勇气。可是每次我选择直面挑战时,由于的沮丧而产生的消极能量就会迅速变成积极的力量。于是我就开始以头脑风暴的方式去是我面临的处境好转。比如花更多的精力去实践,或者研究我需要的技术。同时也很奇怪,我会对自己的行为处境感到舒适。比如说,尽管我很担心领带销量被影响,我还是会告诉自己,我的助手去帮助夫解决一个紧急的原料问题,和销售量下降比起来,那可重要多了。我发现自己对整个情况的另外一方面如此专注,以至于清楚了结果带给我的压力。不妨这样想想,设想你只是在参加一场比赛,及格分数是50分。你的了45分。如果你的注意力集中在 “及格”上,我敢肯定你的心情会很糟。但是如果你的目标是超越自己上一次的分数—20分,感觉又会如何?你会觉得自己有了125%的提高,已经超过了你自己的预期!(3) 观察 gt; 实践 gt;揣 gt;再实践当你转移注意力之后,压力就会大大地减小。你会逐渐建立起自我信念,会发现可能建立自信根本就没那么难。按照这个思维训练的4步曲:观察,实践,揣,再实践,相信我,你一定会练就你原本以为自己所没有的天赋,就像我为提高自己舞蹈技能时所做的那样去做。在高中的传奇之后,我再也没有真正拥有过跳舞的机会了。直到我读大学,学校青年招待所委员会在一个俱乐部里组织了一个聚会。晚餐后,我们都应邀去了那个俱乐部的舞厅。一开始,我真不愿意加入-----主要是因为我不想让自己尴尬。但是当我们桌的人都涌入舞厅时,一个朋友抓住我的手臂,我来不及说“不”就被他拽入了舞池。在音乐声和闪烁的灯光之下,我突然意识到大家都忙着享受这欢快的时刻,根本就不会有人注意到我不雅的舞姿!我开始转移我的注意力。我不再紧盯着自己的舞步,而是随着音乐扭动着自己的身体。当我随着音乐舞动的时候,我开始注意别人的舞步,开始模仿,开始观察朋友对我的舞姿的反应------其实,她对我没有任何不好评价------我又迅速地继续这样的改进方式。最后,我在那天感觉到了前所未有的快乐!我觉得那天的舞蹈是自己的一个真实水平,和我想的差不多。(4) 享受过程!通过你的观察,实践,揣,和继续实践,一旦一切都成为你的第二天性的时候,你在这个领域做什么样的决定就真的要取决于你开始从中得到多少乐趣了。如今,我常常是俱乐部里第一个需要“冷却”的人类,时不时还能得到夸奖说我的舞跳得自然。自然,没人相信我曾经舞技烂到要上矫正课的地步。你现在享受在舞台上说话所得到的关注了吗?你逐渐形成了突破销售量层层困难的想法了吗?你愿意再次随着音乐舞到大汗淋漓吗?当你从自己不确信能做的事情中获得巨大喜悦和满足感时,那次经历就会成为你去做更多了解,更多锻炼的动力。那也会随着你技能的娴熟而打破你曾经的成绩。尽管我现在对重新尝试我曾经失败的那些事情-------我觉得自己天生就不是那块料的事情心存疑虑,这些年所取得的一些小的成功已经帮我减轻了那种沮丧和恐惧。我知道我还有机会去做好它。 /200806/42664连云港人民医院门诊方便城阳区妇女儿童医院预约电话是多少

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