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第一句:Would you mind trading seats with me?你介意和我换下座位吗?A: Excuse me. Would you mind trading seats with me?打扰一下,你介意和我换下座位吗?B: Not at all.不介意A: Oh, thank you! That very kind of you.哦,谢谢,你真好第二句:I wonder if I could change my seat.我能换下座位吗?A: I am not feeling very well. I think I am airsick.我感觉不舒,我想我晕机了,我换下座位吗?B: Well, wait a moment. Will you? There is no vacant seat right now. So I have to ask.好的,请您稍等一下,行吗?现在没有空座了,所以我得问一问相关表达法:在飞机上想与人调换座位,语气要客气,一定要说Excues me. 调换位置还可以说:Would you mind trading with me?你介意和我换下座位吗?也可以问空 May I change my seat please?请为我调换位置,行吗?也可以翻译为“您可以帮我换个位置吗?”飞机上靠通道的位置是an aisle seat,靠窗的位置是a window seat

A smiling face with tears, or ;Tears of Joy;, was chosen as the most popular emoji globally, according to a report released by Chinese tech startup Kika.我国科技初创公司Kika发布的报告显示,;笑哭;被评为全球最受欢迎的表情符号Based on internet user behavior across the world, the report ;Emoji, the Rise of New World Language; shows that ;Tears of Joy; ranked No 1 in terms of frequency of use by netizens, followed by ;Heart; in second place and ;Love; in third.该报告名为《Emoji,新世界语的崛起,根据世界各地互联网用户的行为编纂而成该报告显示,;笑哭;是网友使用频率最高的表情符号,;爱心;和;两眼冒爱心;分列二、三位The report also indicated that Chinese people check their WeChat .5 times on average and spend 8 minutes on social media per day. ;Grin; is the most frequently used emoji by Chinese.报告还显示,国人平均每天打开微信.5次,每天使用社交媒体的时间是8分钟,使用最多的表情符号是;龇牙;;Face with Tears of Joy; became one of the most frequently used ;words; in and was also the word of the year as judged by the Oxd English Dictionary.年,“笑哭”符号成为该年度使用频率最高的词汇,同时也被《牛津词典授予“年度词汇”的称号Like text messages, different emoticons represent different meanings and emotions. They are often more intuitive and simple than words, which is also the reason they have become so popular worldwide.表情符号如同文字一样,每一个表情符号都可以代表不同的含义和情感,某种程度上它比文字表达更为直观和简洁,这也是其在当下能够席卷全球的主要因素之一Theree, more and more people choose to express their emotions and ideas by using emojis.,越来越多的人也倾向于通过表情符号传达自己的情绪和想法 89

The amazing sight of a fitness fanatic working out his washboard stomach by dangling upside down over a Brazilian beach was initially seen as a daring act of stupidity.一位健身狂人日前上传了自己在巴西一处海滩上空倒挂悬崖的惊人照,向人们展示了他如同搓衣板一样的腹肌大家起初纷纷赞叹他的勇敢,但也觉得这一行为很“作死”But after the heart-stopping shot was revealed to be a trick of the camera, tourists have been flocking to the rock to have a go themselves.然而人们后来却发现,这张惊险的照片其实是“错位拍摄”搞的鬼于是游客纷纷涌向岩石也要一试Visitors have appeared in a variety of poses on the rock, which all make them appear as fearless daredevils.游客们在岩石上摆出各种姿势,一个个看起来都如“勇士”一般Unbeknown to the naked eye, there is in fact a plateau directly below the rock where people can stand, making it perfectly safe.实际上,岩石正下方就是高原平地,人可以站在上面,十分安全,但肉眼通过照片无法看出The trend was started by Luis Fernando Candela, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who was photographed by his girlfriend perming what he claimed was his most dangerous stunt yet.这种玩法是巴西人路易斯·费尔南多·康代拉最先发起的,他那些所谓的“最危险的特技”照片都是他女友给他拍的He appeared to hang over a beach at Pedra Do Telégrafo with a 1,000ft drop below, as well as sweeping views of the Pedra Branca national park.他看起来像是挂在“Pedra Do Telégrafo”海滩上空,离地面接近00英尺照片上还可以看见佩德·拉布兰卡国家公园的美景At the time he said: This is by far the most dangerous stunt Ive tried. The only thing that was keeping me up was my strength - all the weights Ive tried in the gym were building up to this moment.当时他说:“这是迄今为止我试过的最危险的特技唯一的撑就是我的力量——我在健身房的所有努力成就了这个时刻”My girlfriend was terrified but I was determined to get the photo.“我的女朋友要吓死了,但我坚持要这么做,拍下这张照片”But he was caught out when a YouTube by blogger Raiza Marinari resufraced from earlier this year, which revealed the drop was only ft rather than 1,000ft.不过,今年早些时候,他的伎俩被YouTube视频主瑞扎·马丽娜莉识破了:那个岩石离地面的距离只有英尺,而不是00英尺Since then, tourists have been flooding to the beauty spot to create their own images.从那以后,游客们如潮水一般涌向那个景区,想拍摄一张属于自己的“惊险”照片In one, a father pretends to pull his screaming child up to the safety of the rock edge, while in another a couple share a kiss while appearing to perch precariously over the giant drop.其中一张照片里,一个孩子尖叫着,看起来就要掉下悬崖,而父亲正拼命拉住孩子;另一张照片里,一对夫妇分别抱着巨石的上下边,正在亲吻,眼看着就要跟巨石一同坠落了 6

  All aboard AllfinanzThe Germans coined the term Allfinanz,the marriage of banking with insurance and other services retail customers,yet their banks and insurers have lagged behind European rivals in putting it into effect.French banks, instance,sell 35% of France life insurance;German banks a puny 5%.But thanks to the ECingle market,Germany insurance market will be deregulated in 199.eign competition could then threaten the domestic cartels that dominate German insurance.That should ce German banks to catch up.Habit,law and the balance of power among financial institutions explain Germany backwardness.Bankers and insurance agents are not used to selling each other products.Savers usually buy insurance from agents tied to a single insurer,rather than from banks.The tax authorities encourage segregation by refusing to give tax breaks to types of insurance that mimic banking products.And some banks have been loth to start their own insurance operations lest they offend insurers,which are among their best customers.So most banks have sought to deliver Allfinanz through alliances,a strategy that entails modest costs but also produces modest returns.Allianz,Germany biggest insurer,co-operates in some areas with Dresdner Bank;in others with Bayerische Hypothekenbank or co-operative banks.Its alliances with Dresdner and Hypobank are cemented by shareholdings;its banking partners sell % of its life-insurance policies.Commerzbank owns 8% of its insurance policies.DBV and sells DM1 billion(0m) of DBV life insurance.Bolder approaches have not been particularly successful.AMB,Germany second-biggest insurer,plunged into Allfinanz by buying BFG,a mer trade-union bank.It lost more than DM750m on BFG bad loans,and the bank sold less insurance than AMB hoped.AMB has since sold BFG to a French bank(it is itself partyly-owned by a French insurer),though it continues to market insurance through BFG branches.The deregulation of Germany insurance market in mid-199 will free prices and allow insurers to experiment with new products.That will drive banks and insurers closer together and may promote mergers and takovers among companies that now co-operate.One reason is that banks can sell standard life insurance more cheaply than insurers tied agents.As competition heats up,that price advantage will tell.A second reason,says Sven-Michael Slottko,a mer head of Deutsche Bank life insurance operation,is that mere allies cannot invent true banking-insurance hybrids without squabbling over how to split the profits.Insurers require high commissions;banks live off sps.Only a combined Allfinanz group,says Mr Slottko,can sell an insurance policy that sacrifices commission a high sp.Deutsche Bank insurance venture may be a sign of things to come.Alone among big banks,Deutsche started its own company,DB Leben,in 1989.In 199 DB Leben sold DM7.billion worth of life insurance through Deutsche branches,putting it among Germany top life insurers.Despite this apparent success,Deutsche suddenly abandoned its go-it-alone strategy last year by buying 65% of Deutscher Herold,a medium-sized insurer.Deutsche has since transferred its insurance business to Herold and the insurance men who run it.Hilmar Kopper,Deutsche chairman,calls the purchase of Herold ;the most significant move we have made years.;Leaking at the seamsHAUNTED by catastrophes past,Lloyd of London faces a bleak future.Some wonder whether,in any recognisable m,by 00 it will even be there.This matters to more than just those smooth scions of the British upper class who work in this singular insurance market,or to those who pledge their wealth,as ;names;,to back the market underwriting syndicates.Though this collective of co-operatives pulls in only as much premium income as some of Britain big insurance companies,Lloyd is synonymous with British insurance.An enfeebled Lloyd would harm the City of London international standing.It was this thought that held the British government back from putting Lloyd firmly under its thumb during the fraud-ridden years of the late 1970s and early 1980s.The market has since done much to polish up its self-regulation,though it is still far from squeaky-clean.Today,however,the biggest problem that faces David Coleridge,who took over this month as chairman of Lloyd,is not one of scandal,but of profits.In the next couple of years these will prove unimly bad,underscoring the steady loss of competitiveness from which Lloyd has suffered recently.The market share of world premium income was .% in 1983,but is only half that today.The latest published figures Lloyd show £575m(0) of pre-tax profit in 1987(Lloyd syndicates close their s only after three years),down slightly on the record profits of 1986.That was bee a blast of natural and man-made catastrophes in 1988-90 sent insurance claims pouring into Lloyd:the fire on the Piper Alpha oil platm,the spillage from the Exxon Valdez,the San Francisco earthquake,Hurricane Hugo and a spate of European gales.Worse,these disasters coincided with falling premium rates in almost every one of the market businesses.Today Chatset,an independent consultancy,reckons Lloyd will post a meagre profit 1988 and a loss of more than £850m 1989,the first loss since 1967.Many of the 6,500 names would theree love to follow the 6,000 who have aly shaken the dust of Lloyd from their feet these past three years.Yet half the names could not leave even if they wanted to:they are locked into the 58, out of the total 01 Lloyd syndicates ,that have been unable to close one or more of their past annual s,so unquantifiable are the liabilities stacking up against them.Many of the resultant 9 ;open years; have to do with old American liabilities- asbestos-related risks, example,and pollution-whose scale was undreamt-of when the insurance(or,more usually,the reinsurance) policies were underwritten.The most notorious case concerns the 1,600 names on 31 Outhwaite syndicates.These face losses,mainly on asbestosis claims,of up to £1 billion;since Lloyd names have unlimited liability,many will be bankrupted.A case that looks set to rival Outhwaite in notoriety concerns two Feltrim syndicates,where at least £0m of losses are emerging on;excess-of-loss;insurance in 1987-89.Nor do the market commerical troubles end there.Other unsuspected;long-tail;claims are now hitting it,notably untold billions of coming dollars professional negligence.Most visible are the claims arising out of the gross mismanagement during the 1980s of America saving-and-loan institutions.Open years are proving to be open wounds Lloyd. 7

  A: Hi. Im returning this radio.你好,我要退掉这台收音机B: Certainly. Can I see your receipt, please?当然可以,能看下你的收据吗?A: I looked everywhere, but I couldnt find it anywhere.我到处找收据,但是就是找不到B: Im sorry, but you cant return the radio without your receipt.很抱歉,但是没收据你不能退掉收音机A: Even though I just bought it yesterday?我昨天买的都不行?B: Are you sure that you looked everywhere the receipt?你确定找收据时每个地方都找遍了?A: I looked everywhere, twice!我都找了,次B: Well, customer service is right upstairs. Maybe they can help.好吧,客户务中心在楼上,也许他们能帮助你A: Great! Ill take the escalator.好的,我会做扶梯上去B: If they cant help you, nobody can.如果他们也帮不了你,没人能帮你了。

  

  5.Silence of the lambs 199.《沉默的羔羊——上映1991年Silence of the lambs is the best psychological horror ever made. An exception picture, it won an Oscar the best movie. Featuring Antony Hopkins in the role of Hannibal Lector, a highly intelligent serial killer who also has the weird custom of eating his victims, and Jodie Foster as the young detective that must solve a murder case with the help of Lector, this intense movie will keep you breathless until the end.《沉默的羔羊是有史以来最优秀的心理恐怖电影,意外获得奥斯卡最佳影片奖安东尼·霍普金斯饰演汉尼拔·莱克特,他智商极高却又高度变态,是个食人狂魔朱迪·福斯特饰演一名年轻警探,为解决一桩谋杀案而求助于汉尼拔整个影片情节紧张,让人喘不过气来.Alien-1979.《异形——上映1979年What is it with the 70s that so many memorable scary movies were done back then? This movie, the original Alien, is without a doubt, terrifying and the idea it was completely new and shocking. Today, after having seen so many Alien sequels, as well as many other vicious extraterrestrial creatures, we can say, without a doubt, that they are nothing when compared with the original Alien.回顾七十年代,哪部影片从那个年代的恐怖电影中脱颖而出呢?毫无疑问,就是第一部《异形,该影片除了恐怖之外,想法也十分新颖独特、震撼人心今天,我们看过许多《异形系列电影和各种凶残的外星生物,但是我们可以坚定地说,与第一部《异形相比,前面提到的那些影片根本不值一提3.Jaws – 19753.《大白鲨——上映1975年Even if you never saw Jaws (improbable), I am sure you heard about it. One of the scary movies which do not need any presentation, this horror by Spielberg turned white sharks into mass murderers soon after its apparition. Decades passed bee humans finally came to their senses and remembered that sharks do not actually see humans as their main course…你即使没看过《大白鲨(虽然可能性很小)也一定听说过它无需多说,这是一部恐怖电影在斯皮尔伯格的镜头下,大白鲨成了如幽灵般闪现的连环杀手几十年后,人类终于醒悟并且铭记——人类并不是鲨鱼的主菜,它们只是搞错了对象…….Psycho -196.《惊魂记——上映1960年This classic is not only one of the movies that made cinematography an art and one of the horror movies to watch in a group. Directed by-who else than- the legendary Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho is the story of Marion Crane, a young thief who encounters two serial killers with serious mental issues. The poor woman will pay dearly her crime.这部经典影片不仅是一件艺术品,更是一部不宜独自观看的恐怖片《惊魂记由传奇导演阿尔弗雷德·希区柯克执导,影片中一个名叫玛丽安·克莱恩的女人携款私逃,在途中遇到两个患有严重精神疾病的连环杀手这个可怜的女人为她一时的贪念付出了沉重代价1.The Exorcist – 19731.《驱魔人——上映1973年No good list of this kind is allowed to exclude the exorcist. It is so scary that no one guarantees you that you will be able to sleep without sleeping pills weeks. Of course, since this is no recent movie, most of you may know it aly. What was your experience after watching the exorcist?任何一个经典恐怖电影的榜单都少不了《驱魔人它实在太恐怖了,在之后几周里,你恐怕要借助安眠药才能入睡当然,由于这是一部老电影,所以你们大多数人可能已经经历过这种痛苦说一说你在观看《驱魔人之后有怎样的感受?审校:阿饭 编辑:橘子 来源:前十网 073

  

  A: I have had some really horrible headaches lately.B: How long have your headaches been going on?A: I get headaches occasionally, but they have been really bad lately.B: Any unusual amounts of stress in your life going on right now?A: I am getting y to take my GRE.B: Have you been able to sleep regular hours?A: It has been hard me to sleep with a bad headache.B: Has anything hit you in the head lately?A: I hit my head on a cupboard door a week ago.B: Let’s have you come back in a few days and see how you feel. 59

  

  导购口语:This is the best leather. The soles are thin but strong.这是最好的牛皮鞋底薄但很耐磨The shoes give excellent wear.这双鞋非常耐穿They wear well and keep in shape; what’s more important, they dont cost much.它们很耐穿而且不变形,价钱也不贵 语句:Wear well与wear long都可以表达“耐穿”的含义,其反义词组是wear out;keep in shape保持原形,也可以用来指人的身材,意思是“保持体形” 情景再现:I see that the leather is out of good quality.我看这双皮鞋质量不太好We could do the size, but not the color.我们有这种型号,但没有您要的颜色Low heels are more comtable, but I think I should wear high heel with that dress.平跟鞋舒些,但我还是想买高跟鞋来搭配我的裙子 19853

  

  

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