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宜昌男健医院地址宜都市男科咨询A基础英语对话:餐厅礼仪 -01-7 19::19 来源: Alex : Why are you smiling so much Betty? Betty: Well, the sun is shining, the birds singing and I just got 0% on my English test! Alex : Congratulations! How will you celebrate? Betty: Hmmm. I don't really know. Any suggestions? Alex : How about we all go to a bar and drink Martini? Betty: That sounds very cool and groovy. Alex : OK then. I know a new hang-out that has just opened. Betty: I'm following you! 亚历克斯:贝蒂,为什么这么乐?   贝蒂:阳光明媚,小鸟在歌唱,而我的英语测试得了满分! 亚历克斯:祝贺你!你打算怎么庆祝呀?   贝蒂:哦,我还不知道,有什么建议? 亚历克斯:找个酒吧,喝些马丁尼,怎么样?   贝蒂:听起来很酷呀! 亚历克斯:好,我知道有个地,新开的   贝蒂:你带路--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Chatting: relaxed talking 闲聊:随意地交谈 I love to spend my time chatting with friends while we drink coffee. 喝咖啡时我喜欢和朋友闲聊 ) ICQ: "I Seek You". A small computer program that lets you chat with friends around the world. ICQ:“I Seek You 我找你”的谐音一个可以使你和全世界朋友交谈的小计算机程序 I use ICQ every day to meet new friends and discuss our strategies to win at Zhanshen. 我每天用ICQ来结识新朋友,并和他们讨论赢战神的策略 3) Heaps: slang word meaning a lot 非常的:俚语,意思是很,非常 My boyfriend loves me heaps - he always brings me expensive gifts. 我的男朋友很爱我,他总给我带很贵重的礼物 ) Weirdo: a very unusual or weird person, sometimes weirdos can be unsafe to meet 古怪的人:不平常的或怪异的人有时候,和古怪的人相见不安全 My neighbor is a real weirdo. He always wears strange clothes and talks to himself! 我的邻居是一个真正的怪人,他总穿着奇怪的衣,还和自己说话! 5) Break up: when a couple decide to separate 分手:当一对儿(恋人、情人或夫妇等)决定分开 I cried all night when I broke up with my girlfriend. 当我和我的女朋友分手后,我整夜哭泣 6) Soothe: relax and calm 安慰:放松和镇静 Every week I go a massage to soothe my nerves. 每周我都去做放松神经 Dialogue(对话) Past Tense Dialogue 过去时对话 Andrew: Hi! Colin! How have you been these days? Colin : Really well, thanks Andrew. And you? Andrew: Not so good! My girlfriend and I broke up again. Colin : Again! You guys have broken up so many times and then get back together. Andrew: You're right. I can't seem to control my temper well. Colin : You should listen to more music. Music can soothe the savage beast. Andrew: What type of music is best me? Colin : Let me introduce you to a famous song in English. It's all about girlfriends. Andrew: If I listen carefully, maybe I can learn something? Colin : Maybe you should get your girlfriend to learn the words and sing it to you! 安德鲁:嗨!卡林!你最近好吗?  卡林:很好,谢谢,你怎么样呢? 安德鲁:不怎么样!我的女朋友和我分手了  卡林:又分手了!你们两个分手了很多次后又和好 安德鲁:你说的对我总是不能很好地控制自己的脾气  卡林:你应该多听音乐,音乐甚至可以使凶猛的动物平静 安德鲁:哪种音乐对我比较好呢?  卡林:让我来介绍一首著名的英语歌曲给你吧,是关于女朋友的 安德鲁:如果仔细听,我可能学到一些东西吗?  卡林:可能你应该叫你的女朋友学歌词,然后唱给你听! NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Fantastic: very good, great 很棒:很好,棒极了 Zhanshan is such a fantastic game that I dream about it at night. 战神是一个很棒的游戏,我晚上做梦都梦到它 ) Diet: period of time where you try to eat less food 减肥:你尽量少吃的时期 Supermodels look so thin because they are always on a diet. 超级模特看起来那么瘦,因为他们一直在减肥 3) Figure: the shape of a person 体形:一个人的体态 If I ate better food and lifted weights, I might have a better figure. 如果我吃的好些并练习举重,我可能会有一个更好的体形 ) Dutch: divide the bill by the number of people that eat Everyone pays their share. AA制:把所吃的金额照吃饭的人数均分,每人付自己的那一份 When all of my friends go out a hotpot dinner, we go dutch so that it's fairer. 当我的朋友们去吃火锅时,我们AA制,这样更公平一些 5) Toast: raising your glasses and touching them together bee drinking 祝酒:举起酒杯并碰杯,而后再喝 At my wedding I had to drink so many toasts that I got a little drunk. 在我的婚礼上,我不得不喝好多的祝酒,我都有些醉了 6) Tip: a small amount of money given to a driver or waiter if they give good service 小费:给务好的司机或务生的小份额的钱 The taxi driver who took me to the restaurant was very nice so I gave him a small tip. 带我来饭店的出租车司机很好,我给了他一些小费 Lesson: 课文 Eating in Western restaurants is a little different from eating in a Chinese restaurant. It is important to understand the differences and follow them. When in Rome, do as the Romans do and take the chance to practice your English skills. 在中西餐馆就餐有所不同了解并遵循这些差别是很重要的入乡随俗,同时利用这个机会来练练你的英语吧 When you first arrive at the restaurant, you should wait one of the staff to show you to a table. Sometimes it is OK to find a table yourself but you should ask first. 当刚进入西餐馆时,您应该等侍者带你到餐桌,不过有时候经餐馆同意后,你也可以自己找一张餐桌 In a western restaurant, each person generally orders their own food or dishes and eats what they order. Western people don't put all of the food in the middle of the table and share. 在西餐馆,一般每个人都各点自己的食物,西方人不把食物放到桌子中间大家分享 One of the biggest differences between Chinese restaurants and western restaurants is the noise. Most western restaurants are quiet and people speak in quiet voices. Avoid shouting especially to the staff. If you do this, people may think that you are a rude dude. 中西馆的最大差别是餐馆里的声音大多西餐馆很安静,人们说话也小声避免对侍者大声呼叫,如果你这样做人们会认为你很粗鲁 If you need service, you should try to attract the staff's attention with your eyes not your voice. It's best not to raise your hand and wave at them either. 如果你需要务,你应该用眼睛而不是声音来来引起侍者注意最好也不要举手或向他们招手示意 Both Chinese and Western people love to drink with their food especially wine or beer. The difference is that usually there will only be one or two toasts during the meal. It is not necessary to toast each time you pick up your glass. 中西方人都喜欢在进餐时喝酒,尤其是啤酒或葡萄酒不同的是,(西方人)一般席间只祝酒一次或两次,而不是每次举杯都祝酒 When the bill at the end of the meal comes most people like to divide the bill equally by the number of people eating. This is called 'going dutch'. If the service and food have been good, you should leave a tip. Usually % of the bill is a good tip. 付帐时,进餐者一般将帐单的金额照人数均分,我们称为“AA制”如果务和食物好,你应该留一点小费,一般小费是帐单的% Dialogue(对话) Jason : Where were you last night Jennifer? I called you so many times on your cell phone. Jennifer: I was at the movies and turned off my phone. Jason : I called you to see if you wanted to have dinner. Jennifer: How can you afd that? I know you were planning to buy a car. Jason: Simple. We all went dutch. We went to an American restaurant so that was OK. Jennifer: Wow - I love American food. All the fatty and fried foods are not good my diet though. Jason : Some simple exercise can really make a big difference to your figure, you know. Jennifer: Yeah, I know, but I am too lazy to do exercise! Jason : Lucky that you are not too lazy to do your English exercises. Jennifer: Maybe I can do my English exercise by ordering western foods. Jason : OK next time we go, I will make sure that I call you again. Jennifer: Cool. I'll keep my cell phone on until then! 杰森 :詹尼佛,你昨晚去哪里了?我给你手机打了好几次电话 詹尼佛:我去了电影院,把电话关了 詹杰森:我给你打电话看你有没有时间一起吃晚餐 尼佛 :你付得起吗?我知道你计划买一辆汽车 杰森 :这简单,我们AA制,去一家美国餐馆,就解决了 詹尼佛:哇,我喜欢美国食品虽然那些高脂肪的烹炸食物不利于我减肥 杰森 :你知道吗,做一些简单的锻炼就可以使你的体形改变很多 詹尼佛:是,我知道,但我懒的锻炼 杰森 :还好,你还不至于懒到不练习英语 詹尼佛:也许我在点西餐时可以练习练习我的英语 杰森 :好,下次去(吃西餐)时,我会再给你打电话 詹尼佛:好到时候我开手机 餐厅 礼仪 对话 英语宜昌治尿道炎要多少钱 Muscles and Human Body It is in the joints of the human body that movements of the bones take place.The movement itself is caused by the pull of sheets and cords of very tough tissue called muscle. Muscle tissue has the special ability to shorten itself so that the bone on which it pulls has to move. When muscle tissue shortens, it also bunches up. Muscle tissue covers the body in sheets and bands that lie between the skin and the skeleton. The bones are the framework of the body, but the muscles fill out the body shape. Most muscles extend from one bone to another. When the muscle between the bones shortens, one bone has to move. The point where the muscle is fastened to the unmoving bone is called the origin of the muscle, whereas the point where the muscle is not fastened to the bone that is to be moved is called the insertion. Sometimes the muscle is not attached directly to the bone but to a tough, nonstretchable cord, or tendon, that is attached to the bone. Muscles do not push; they can only pull. To bend the arm at the elbow, the muscle at the front of the upper arm has to shorten and bunch up. To unbend the arm other muscles in the back of the arm have to shorten. These two sets of muscles - the front and the back - are said to act in opposition to each other. When one set is working, the other set is usually relaxed. But there are times when both of them work. Sometimes muscles are called upon to do more than simply pull in one direction. They may have to perm a turning motion. To be able to do this, the muscle must be attached to the bone at an angle. By pulling, the muscle can cause the bone to pivot. A few muscles have special functions. The diaphragm, example, ces the lungs to take in air. This part of breathing is not primarily a bone moving operation. 58681假如我一直经商,今天可能会相当富有,但我不认为我的人生会很成功我可能会放弃一切无形的、金钱绝对买不到的精神上的满足;这种精神上的满足常常因为人的主要生活目的是发财致富而不可企及In order to tell what I believe, I must briefly sketch something of my personal history.The turning point of my life was my decision to give up a promising business career and study music. My parents, although sympathetic, and sharing my love of music, disapproved of it as a profession. This was understandable in view of the family background. My grandfather had taught music nearly ty years at Springhill College in Mobile and, though much beloved and respected in the commy, earned barely enough to provide his large family. My father often said it was only the hardheaded thriftiness of my grandmother that kept the wolf at bay. As a consequence of this example in the family, the very mention of music as a profession carried with it a picture of a precarious existence with uncertain financial rewards. My parents insisted upon college instead of a conservatory of music, and to college I went – quite happily, as I remember, although I loved my violin and spent most of my spare time practicing, I had many other interests.Bee my graduation m Columbia, the family met with severe financial reverses and I felt it my duty to leave college and take a job. Thus was I launched upon a business career – which I always think of as the wasted years.Now I do not a moment mean to disparage business. My whole point I is that it was not me. I went into it money, and aside from the satisfaction of being able to help the family, money is all I got out of it. It was not enough. I felt that life was passing me by. From being merely discontented I became acutely miserable. My one ambition was to save enough to quit and go to Europe to study music. I used to get up at dawn to practice bee I left “downtown”, distracting my poor mother by bolting a hasty breakfast at the last minute. Instead of lunching with my business associates, I would seek out some cheap café, order a meager meal and scribble my harmony exercises. I continued to make money, and finally, bit by bit, accumulated enough to enable me to go abroad. The family being once more solvent, and my help no longer necessary, I resigned from my position and, feeling like a man released from jail, sailed Europe. I stayed four years, worked harder than I had ever dreamed of working bee and enjoyed every minute of it.“Enjoyed” is too mild a word. I walked on air. I really lived. I was a free man and I was doing what I loved to do and what I was meant to do.If I had stayed in business, I might be a comparatively wealthy man today, but I do not believe I would have made a success of living. I would have given up all those intangibles, those inner satisfactions, that money can never buy, and that are too often sacrificed when a man’s primary goal is financial success.When I broke away from business, it was against the advice of practically all my friends and family. So conditioned are most of us to the association of success with money that the thought of giving up a good salary an idea seemed little short of insane. If so, all I can say is “Gee! It’s great to be crazy.”Money is a wonderful thing, but it is possible to pay too high a price on it. 78荆门人民中妇幼保健医院龟头炎症

荆门男科医院哪家好“爱能历久常新华发或会失去原有的光双颊或会日显消瘦黯淡然而,有爱的心中,从无寒冬霜冰,只有夏之温热” keep walking in sunshineYears of storms had taken their toll on the old windmill. Its wheel, rusted and fallen, lay silent in the lush bluegrass. Its once animated silhouette was now a tall motionless steeple in the twilight sun. I hadn‘t walked across our old farm in fifteen years. Yet the sensations came flooding back. I could smell the freshness of new mown alfalfa. I could feel the ping of the ice cold summer rain, and the sun‘s sudden warmth on my wet shoulders when it reappeared after a brisk July thunderstorm.Rain or shine, I used to walk this path each day to see Greta. She always made me smile, even after Sis and I had just had a big squabble. I would help Greta with her chores. Then we would visit over a generous helping of her delicious homemade chocolate cookies and ice cream. Being confined to a wheel chair didn‘t stop Greta from being a fabulous cook.Greta gave me two of the greatest gifts I‘ve ever received. First, she taught me how to . She also taught me that when I gave Sis our squabbles, it meant I wouldn‘t keep feeling like a victim. Instead, I would feel sunny.Mr. Dinking, the local banker, tried to eclose on Greta‘s house and land after her husband passed away. Thanks to Pa and Uncle Johan, Greta got to keep everything. Pa said that it was the least he could do someone talented enough to teach me to !Soon folks were coming from miles around to buy Greta‘s homemade cakes, pies, bs, cookies, cider, and ice cream. Hank, the grocery store man, came each week to stock his shelves and bring Greta supplies.Greta even had me take a big apple pie to Mr. Dinking who became one of her best customers and friends. That‘s just how Greta was. She could turn anyone into a friend!Greta always said, "Dear, keep walking in sunshine!" No matter how terrible my day started, I always felt sunny walking home from Greta‘s house-even beneath the winter starlight.I arrived at Greta‘s house today just after sunset. An ambulance had stopped a few feet from her door, it‘s red lights flashing. When I ran into the old house, Greta recognized me right away.She smiled at me with her ungettable twinkling blue eyes. She was almost out of breath when she reached out and softly touched my arm. Her last words to me were "Dear, keep walking in sunshine!"I‘m sure that Greta is walking in the brightest sunshine she‘s ever seen. And, I‘m sure that she heard every word I at her memorial service.I chose a beautiful verse by Leo Buscaglia. It‘s one that Greta taught me to many years ago…"Love can never grow old. Locks may lose their brown and gold. Cheeks may fade and hollow grow. But the hearts that love will know, never winter‘s frost and chill, summer‘s warmth is in them still." 0193959宜昌中心人民医院泌尿科咨询 荆门治疗性功能障碍哪家医院最好

宜昌中医院男科专家If you could take an immense group snapshot of everyone in the ed States today, it would contain six million more females than males. In this country, women outlast men by about seven years. Throughout the modern world, cultures are different, diets are different, ways of life and causes of death are different, but one thing is the same -- women outlive men.It starts bee birth. At conception, male fetuses outnumber female by about 1 to 0; at birth the ratio has aly fallen to about 1 boys to every 0 girls. By age 30, there are only enough men left to match the number of women. Then women start building a lead. Beyond age 80, there are nearly twice as many women as men."If you lookat the top ten or causes of death," says Deborah Wingard, an epidemiologist at the University of Calinia at San Diego, "every single one kills more men." She rattles off one melancholy fate after another - heart disease, lung cancer, homicide, cirrhosis of the liver and pneumonia. Each kills men at roughly twice the rate it does women.A century ago American men outnumbered and outlived the women. But in the th century,women began living longer, primarily because pregnancy and children had become less dangerous. The gap grew steadily. In 196, the first time ever in the ed States, females outnumbered males.Part of the reason are self-inflicted. Men smoke more than women, drink more and take more life-threatening chances. Men are murdered (usually by other men) three times as often as women are.They commit suicide at a higher rate and have more than twice as many fatal car accidents as women do. Men are likely to be involved in alcohol-related fatalities. Men drivers!But behavior doesn't explain away the longevity gap. Nor is stress the answer. In the 1950s, as heart disease claimed more and more male victims, pressure in the corporate boardroom was blamed. Let women venture out of the home and into the line of fire, doctors said, and they would begin duingat the same rate as men. But a funny thing happened on the way to the funeral. Between 1950 and 1985, the percentage of employed women in the ed Stated nearly doubled. Those working women, several studies have found, are as healthy as women a home.Today, some scientists studying the gender gap believe that the data point to one conclusion Mother Nature may be partial to women.Every living thing is assembled according to instructions on its chromosomes, and humans have 3 pair of them. But in males, one of these is a vulnerable non- matching pair, denoted by "xy".The corresponding pair in females is "xx", and its genetic "backup" power is sometimes cited as a clue to woman's superior resilience. If the male's single "x" chromosome is defective, it is possible a serious genetic disorder to appear. Hemophilia and certain types of muscular dystrophy, instance, are diseases caused by a defect in a single gene on the "x" chromosome,They are far more common in males than females.The single "x"theory has problems, though. There just aren't enough cases of the most feared genetic diseases to more than a tiny bit of the longevity gap between men and women. And some researchers pin the blame directly on the male "y" chromosome.The answer may rather be hormones. Bee age 0, when virtually all women are still producing estrogen, heart disease kills three men every woman. But from that point onward, the odds in favor of women drop steadily. both sexes, heart disease is the leading cause of death. But women have an extra decade bee their mortality rate heart disease approaches that of men.If estrogen is the heroine of story, testosterone, the male sex hormone, may be the villain. Until puberty, boys and girls have the same cholesterol levels. But when boys and girls have the same cholesterol levels. But when boys hit adolescence and testosterone kicks in, their level of HDL cholesterol, "good cholesterol,"plunges. In girls, HDL levels hold steady. In both sexes, LDL, "bad cholesterol" levels rise in late adolescence. But the increase is somewhat steeper in men.Not every difference between the sexes favors women. On average, men are taller than women and have heavier bones and bigger muscles. Men will die sooner, but we'll have hit more home runs by the time we go.While women turn out to be less vulnerable than men to life-threatening diseases, they are more vulnerable to everyday sicknesses and pain. In 76 one diarist noted, "I have heard physicians say they have two women patients to one man." Women still make more visit to the doctor than men do, take more prescription and non-prescription drugs and spend more days in bed. They are plagued by arthritis, bunions, bladder, infections, corns, hemorrhoids, menstrual woes, migraines and varicose veins.In the meantime, men get heart attacks and strokes. Women are sick, but men are dead.Mental health? Depression is more common in women than in men. But schizophrenia, perhaps the most devastating mental illness, often affects men more severely.After a spouse dies, men seem to fare worse than women. They are more depressed, more likely to fall ill and more likely to die. As a result, nearly 80 per cent of the population over 65 years old and living along are women. Men fare poorly, it seems, because in many cases their wives were their sole confidantes. Without a spouse, new widowers fall and sink. Women who lose a husband, in contrast, often have a circle of close friends to confide in and count on.But behavior changes, so the health gap between men and women isn't a fixed feature of the landscape. In recent decades, the gap between men and woman's life-spans has narrowed from 7.6 years in 1970 to an estimated 6.8 years in 1990. The explanation is not that women's health is deterioration. Women's health is improving, but men's is improving faster.Men are smoking less, drinking less and eating better. "The gap isn't shrinking because women are acting like men," says epidemiologist Wingard. "It's shrinking because men are behaving more like women." 019388 A Wet Sunday In A Country Inn乡村客栈一个阴雨的星期天A wet Sunday in a country inn ! Whoever has had the luck to experience (1)one can alone () judge ofmy situation. The rain pattered against the casements; the bells tolled church with a melancholy sound. I went to the windows in quest of something to amuse the eye; but it seemed as if I had been placed completely out of the reach of ail amusement. The windows of my bed-room (3)looked out among tiled roofs and stacks of chimneys, while those of my sitting-room () commanded a full view of the stable yard. I know of nothing more calculated to make a man sick of this world than a stable yard on a rainy day. 乡村客栈一个阴雨的星期天!凡有幸度过这样一天的人,都能体会我现在的处境雨点子噼噼啪啪地打在窗子上,教堂里传来沉重的钟声,召唤人们去做礼拜.我走到窗前,想找一些赏心悦目的东西,但看来我已完全被摒于一切欢乐之外.从卧室的窗口望出去,是一片砖瓦的屋顶和林立的烟囱,而从起居室的窗口往下看,则能望见整个马厩院子我觉得再电没有比雨天的马厩院子更令人厌舸的了The place was littered with wet straw that had been kicked about by travellers and stable-boys. In one corner was a stagnant pool of water, surrounding an island of muck; there were several half-drowned fowls crowded together under a cart, among which was a miserable, crest-fallen cock, drenched out of ail life and spirit; his drooping tail matted, as it were, into a single feather, along which the water trickled from his hack; near the cart was a half- dozing cow, chewing her cud, and standing patiently to be rained on, with (5)wreaths of vapour rising from her reeking hide; a (6)wall-eyed horse, tired of the loneliness of the stable, was poking his spectral head out of a window, with the rain dripping on it from the eaves; an unhappy cur, chained to a dog-house hard by, uttered something every now and then between a bark and a yelp; (7)a drab of a kitchen wench tramped backwards and wards through the yard in pat- tens, looking as sulky as the weather itself; everything, iq short, was comtless and lorn, excepting a crew of hardened ducks, assembled like boon companions round a puddle and making a riotous noise over their liquor. .遍地是淋湿了的稻草,被旅客和小马倌们踢得凌乱不堪在院子的一角,一潭污水围着孤岛似的粪堆,几只几平被雨水淋透的鸡簇拥在一辆马车底下,其中一只可怜的公鸡,倒垂着鸡冠,被淋得没精打,毫无生气,它那耷拉着的尾巴粘结在一起,仿佛只成了一根羽毛,雨水顺着它从背脊往下直淌,高马车不远处.有一头睡跟惺忪的奶牛,嘴里嚼着反刍的食物,默默地站在那里,任凭雨水打在身上,湿淋琳的背上日出缭绕的水气;一匹眼珠小而眼白特大的马厌倦了马厩里的寂寞,把它那幽灵似的脑袋从窗口探了出来,屋檐上的雨水漓沥滴沥地落在它头上;一只不幸的杂种被链条拴在近旁的窝里,时时发出似吠似嗥的声音;一个邋遢厨娘拖着木屐,迈着沉重的步子在院子里进进出出,她那郁郁不乐的神色,就象阴沉的天气一样;总之,除了一群饱经风雨的鸭子,象饮酒作乐的朋友那样聚集在污水潭的四周呷呷嬉水而外,这儿的一切都令人感到凄凉的沮丧(1) One: 代词:这里指的是;A wet Sunday in a country inn;,作experience的宾语()judge of:对;;作出评价(3)looked out: (房间等)面朝()commanded a full view of;. 俯瞰;;的全景;居高临下,可以全部看见;;(5) wreaths of vapour: wreath是烟、云作螺旋状的涡圈,这里的wreath of vapour指缭绕升起的水气涡圈(6) wall-eyed: 眼白特别大的,两醒珠向外斜视的(7)a drab of a kitchen wench: 一个邋遢厨娘drab:不整洁的女人,邋遢女人荚语中常用a ; of a;这种名词结构来描写人或物,如a fool or a man(一个呆子般的男人),a beast of a Place(一个很脏的地方)等等 3688宜昌男性尿道炎该如何治疗宜昌男健生殖健康与不孕症专业门诊部



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