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上犹县妇幼保健院激光去痣多少钱兴国县妇幼保健人民医院打瘦腿针多少钱定下目标尽管你应该永远给你的选择留有妥协余地,你也应确切知道你到底想从某份工作中获取什么明确具体地寻找工作要比漫无目的地碰机会有效得多Tactics Job-Hunt Success If you're finding it tough to land a job,try expanding your job-hunting plan to include the following tactics:Set your target.While you should always keep your options open to compromise,you should also be sure to target exactly what you want in a job.A specific job hunt will be more efficient than a haphazard one.Schedule ample interviews.Use every possible method to get interviews--answering ads,using search firms,contacting companies directly,surfing the Web,and networking.Even if a job is not perfect you,every interview can be approached as a positive experience.Follow upEven if someone does not hire you,write them a thank-you note the interview.Then,some weeks later,send another brief letter to explain that you still have not found the perfect position and that you will be available to interview again if the original position you applied --or any other position, that matter--is open.Do this with every position you interview ,and you may just catch a breakMake it your full-time job.You can't find a job by looking sporadically.You have to make time it.If you're unemployed and looking,devote as much time as you would to a full-time job.If you have a job while you're looking,figure out an organized schedule to maximize your searching time.Network vertically.In the research phase of your job hunt,talk to people who are on a level above you in your desired industry.They'll have some insights that people at your own level won't have,and will be in a good position to hire you or recommend you to be hired.Keep your spirits up.Looking a job is one of the toughest things you will ever have to do.Maintain your confidence,stay persistent,and think positively,and eventually you will get a job that suits you. 5533崇义县中医医院做双眼皮开眼角多少钱 Food ThoughtFrom the time I was a child growing up in New Jersey,I loved spending weekends with my grandparents.Their big old house was cozy1),and I felt especially welcome and relaxed in Granny's small kitchen.It was there that we had intimate conversations,and Granny always seemed to include morsels) of wisdom with every recipe she prepared. I remember one Saturday morning in particular.I was about 11years old and had spent the night3).After breakfast I asked Granny,“What kind of soup are you making today?”I could smell the broth) simmering5) in a blue-speckled enamelware pot6) on top of the old gas stove. “Vegetable beef,”she answered.“And you can help by chopping7) some carrots and celery.” Granny tied an apron around her full waist8).We got the vegetables from the refrigerator:onions,carrots,celery,potatoes and cauliflower9).She gave me a knife and cutting board so I could do my share of the work. As I slowly peeled carrots,I lamented),“I've got to give an oral book report next week and I' m scared.” Granny looked at me and then back to the handful of chopped onions she had measured in her hand.She dumped) them into the soup pot and said,“Most people are afraid of public speaking.But remember,the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.So,what exactly are you afraid of?” I slumped) in my chair.“Everything,I guess.I don' t like standing up in front of everybody.What if I get what I'm going to say?Or what if somebody laughs?” “And what if you do just fine?”Granny asked.“Have you prepared notes?” “Well,no.That would be a lot of extra work.” “Hard work never hurt anyone,”Granny cautioned as she pointed the wooden spoon toward me.“You could try practicing in front of a mirror.” I pushed the pieces of carrots to the side of the cutting board.The room was quiet except Granny's thick-heeled) lace-up) shoes clicking across the worn linoleum) floor.She took the chopped carrots to the stove and added them to the soup.Then,as I sliced celery,I went on to complain about schoolwork,friends and family.As far as I was concerned,I had more troubles than the amount of chopped vegetables on the wooden cutting board in front of me. Granny took it all in),listening patiently while I sputtered) about the bits and pieces of grief in my life.Wiping her hands on her apron,she brushed a strand18) of curly gray hair from her brow and sat down next to me.That close,I could smell the scent of her face powder19).It not only whitened her face but made every wrinkle show up too. I stopped cutting and looked into my grandmother's blue-gray eyes.Her expression was stern) yet gentle.“Nancy,”she started,“there's nothing wrong with a little trouble in your life.It adds character.” I sat back,but Granny leaned closer.Her glasses,which hung from a chain around her neck,hit the table,emphasizing her movement.I know she must have something important to say. “Do you like my soup?”she asked.Soup?I wondered.I thought we were talking about my life. “I love your soup,Granny.”I said. “Well,you know,a lot of people don't make home-made soup these days.They say it's too much trouble.First you have to cook a nice broth and then chop all the vegetables into bite-size pieces.” “But I don' t mind a little trouble,”she said.“It adds variety and flavor to my soup--and to my life.My soup would be pretty bland without the vegetables,and so would my life if it didn't have the little ups and downs1).” After pausing she added,“Besides,you have to remember that God knows exactly what he' s cooking up in your life.You've got to trust him with the recipe).”She smiled and then walked to the sink to start washing the dishes. While I helped Granny clean up,I thought about what she had said.I still had a few days to practice my oral report. That Saturday,Granny gave me food thought as well as a bowl of her homemade soup.Every spoonful of Granny's masterpiece3) was loaded with delicious bits of meat and vegetables.As I enjoyed the meal with my grandparents,somehow my problems didn't seem quite so big anymore.I would have to work on them,but Granny had said hard work paid off).Maybe I too could turn a little trouble into something as special as Granny's homemade soup. by Nancy Otto Boffo 850世界杯口语:球迷预测比赛实用口语 -- :9:58 来源:   球迷赛前该如何预测比赛呢?来看看下面的表达  1. Argentina is an incredibly strong team Korea Republic. However, the game of soccer is full of possibilities and Korea is notorious pulling magic out of thin air. This will be a fantastic game to watch!  对韩国来说,阿根廷绝对是个强队不过,在足球比赛中,一切皆有可能况且韩国队向来以凭空创造奇迹而闻名这场比赛一定会很精!  . Argentina seems a little disorganized and frankly I don't think they have what it takes to beat this determined Korean squad. My Prediction: Korea :1.  阿根廷队好像有点混乱,坦白说,我觉得他们没有击败韩国队的实力我预测韩国队会比1战胜阿根廷  3. -0 or -1 Argentina! Messi's just too good to be stopped! C'mon Maradona, give us a good line-up!  阿根廷比0或比1胜!梅西太棒了,他是无人可挡的!马拉多纳加油,把最棒的队员都派上场吧  . Although Argentina is a better team overall, there were many surprises in this World Cup, so you never know!  虽说阿根廷在总体上要更强一些,但是这届世界杯已经有很多意外了,所以,谁知道呢!  5. Argentina will book their ticket to the next round and Messi scores twice  阿根廷会在这场拿到下一轮比赛的入场券,梅西会进两个球  6. I hope to see a really good match, and no injuries any team...I just want to see more and more of LIO MESSI this world cup  我希望看到一场精的比赛,两队都不要有人受伤... 我只是希望能在世界杯的比赛中多多看到梅西出场  7. It will be a very exciting match sure. Both teams are fast and very dynamic although South Korean team is the underdog in this match  这肯定会是一场让人激动万分的比赛这两个队速度都很快,而且场上表现也很活跃不过,韩国队在这场比赛中并不被看好  8. If Korea scores first, we'll have an interesting game. If Argentina scores first, the game's over. I'm hoping Korea wins, but I wouldn't bet on it  如果韩国先进球,这场比赛会很有趣如果阿根廷先进球,那么这场比赛的结局基本就没有悬念了我希望韩国会赢,不过,我不会为此下注 口语 实用 比赛 球迷赣州市肿瘤医院口腔美容中心

赣州市第一人民医院做韩式隆鼻手术多少钱There is so much I have not been, so much I have not seen.生命中,有那么多我未曾经历过,有那么多我未曾见识过I have not thought and have not done or felt enough;the early sun, rain and the seasonal delight of flocks of ducks and geese in flight, the mysteries of late-at-night. I still need time to a book, write poems, paint a picture, look at scenes and faces dear to me. There is something more to be of value;something I should find within myself;as peace of mind, patience, grace and being kind. I shall take and I shall give, while yet, there is so much to live ;rainbows, stars that gleam, the field s,the hills, the hope, the dream the truth that one must seek.有很多事情,我未曾想够、做够或体会够;;朝阳、雨水、由成群飞翔的鸭鹅带来的季节性喜悦以及那些午夜的神秘我还需要时间读书、写诗、作画、观赏景色以及我所爱的脸庞还有更多具有价值的东西;;那些我应该在自己内心发现的东西;;心灵的宁静、耐心、优雅与仁慈我要获取,我也要施予,然而还有许多值得为之而活;;虹、闪烁的星星、田野、山丘、希望、梦想以及人必须追求的真理Irsquo;ll stay here;treasure every day and love the world in my own way!我会在此;;珍惜每一个时日并且用自己的方式惜爱这个世界! 936赣州整形美容医院抽脂怎么样 An American Professor’s Advice to Chinese Students美国教授对欲赴美留学者的忠告Try a little to stretch yourself and integrate into1 the greater society around you. It’s definitely a challenge. It can be difficult and unpleasant. But it can also be fun and enriching, rewarding and of the utmost benefit in the long run3.试着扩展你的生活范围,参与到身边更广阔的社会中去这肯定是个挑战,会是困难和不愉快的,但这也是有趣和充实的、有价值并从长远来看有最大收益的Chinese TOEFL scores are averaging a little above 600, an amazing standard. But U.S. admissions officers are keenly aware that elevated TOEFL scores do not necessarily indicate truly superior command of the language.中国人的平均成绩在600出头,这是一个惊人的高水准但是美国的招生官员非常清楚,成绩高并不一定表明真正很好地掌握了这门语言The phenomenon of the Chinese graduate student who can’t speak English is quite common and widesp among U.S. universities. When they arrive with stunted5 verbal skills, this brings into serious question their competence and, in many cases, the continuation of their scholarships. 在美国大学,中国研究生不能说英语的现象非常普遍,司空见惯他们来到美国时口语技能很差,这就使他们的语言能力成了严重问题,而且在很多情况下,这还会影响到他们的奖学金延续Some U.S. universities now conduct phone interviews of prospective Chinese graduate students. All this to insure that students culled6 from the highly reputed Chinese talent pool have the linguistic7 skills to bring their talents to bear on those tasks with which the university needs help.现在美国一些大学对预期的中国研究生实行电话谈话这是为了保从非常有名的中国人才库中挑选出的学生,具备使其才能得以施展的语言能力,以胜任学校需要帮手的工作 most Chinese graduate students the language problem soon begins to resolve itself after arrival in the U.S. Be that as it may, a large number of Chinese graduate students continue to struggle with English years after arrival and even years into their professional lives here, which does have a negative impact on employment especially in times like these when market downturns dictate8 massive layoffs9 across many industrial sectors.大多数中国研究生的语言问题,会在他们抵达美国后很快就得到解决但是还有一种可能的情况就是,有大量的中国研究生在来到美国后仍需努力学习英语,甚至在美国从事专业工作数年后仍要刻苦学习英语,以克这个障碍这对他们的就业,确实有着不利的影响,特别是在市场衰退导致许多行业大量裁员的那些时期尤为不利The crux of the problem lies in the Chinese student commy. Not surprisingly, most Chinese graduate students begin their U.S. experience in a shared apartment or house exclusively with other Chinese. If they happen to work in a lab where there are other Chinese graduate students then there is often hardly any need to interact with Americans.这个问题的症结在于中国学生的群体观念大多数中国研究生开始他们在美国的生活时毫无例外地都是与其他的中国学生合租公寓或合租住房这是不会令人感到意外的如果他们工作的实验室里恰好有其他中国研究生,那么通常就几乎没有必要和美国人打交道了The long and short of this is that it is well worth a Chinese student’s trouble to learn English well. Spoken English. Not just test--taking, TOEFL--blasting English. U.S. university admissions officers are less and less to be fooled by only a poor to middling command of the spoken language. And those with little or no opporty of improving this aspect of their eign language skill while still in China, if you are lucky enough to get a chance to come to the U.S. study, take full advantage of opporties here. Take an English as a second language class. Most universities have them. City governments and commy colleges offer them. Join some university clubs to begin to get to know some American students. Get to know your American classmates and office mates. Do Not Be Shy. ce yourself to join conversations. Find an American roommate. This last can be such a big boost in so many ways if you find the right match.无论从长远还是短期来看,中国学生费点力气学好英语都是十分值得的要学口语,不只是应试或式的短期英语美国大学的招生官员越来越不会受骗了,只有蹩脚的口语和一般的口语水平是通不过的对于那些仍在中国、很难有机会提高外语口语能力的人来说,如果你有幸能有机会来美国学习,那就要充分利用机会参加一个英语为第二语言的学习班, 大多数学校都开设此类课程市政府和社区大学也提供这些课程参加一些大学俱乐部来结识美国学生,去认识你的美国同学和同事别怕难为情,强迫自己进行交谈找一个美国室友如果你找到了合适的对象,最后这个方法会在许多方面使你有很大提高注解1.integrate into 使成一体,使结合.enrich [In5rItF] vt. 充实,使丰富3.run [rQn] n. 一段时间.elevated [5elIveItId] adj. 提高的,升高的5.stunted [5stQntId] adj. 发展不良的,受阻的6.cull [kQl] vt. 挑出,选出7.linguistic [lIN5gwIstIk] adj. 语言的,语言学的8.dictate [dIk5teIt] vt. 发号施令地规定,命令9.layoff [5leIBf] n. 临时解雇(期),失业期.crux [krQks] n. 关键,症结.boost [bust] n. 推动,促进,激励 835赣州人民医院去眼袋多少钱

赣州那里洗纹身好小笨霖英语笔记集: 人模人样 -01-7 00::1 来源: 这集的主题为什么叫作人模人样呢? 因为这一集要介绍的都是一些关于人的讲法. 这些用法可以用来介绍自己, 当然也可以用来形容他人. 其中有些蛮有趣的, 因为你不能直接把中文翻成了英文, 例如在英文里你就不能说一个人是 radio station (广播电台), 当然同样的有些字眼英文也很难翻成中文, 例如 "I am straight." (我是直的?) 大家不妨先猜猜看这是什么意思之后再接著往下看.1 He is gay.他是(男)同性恋根据 CNN 最新的统计数据, 同性恋占美国的人口总数已经达到 5%, 再加上在美国这个多元化的社会里, 同性恋是非常公开的, 他们甚至有自己特别的旗帜: 六色旗. 所以他们的影响力实在是不容忽视. 同性恋的说法最普遍的就是 gay, 这可以兼指男同性恋和女同性恋而言. 如果要特地区分男同性恋和女同性恋的话, 则男同性恋用 gay, 而女同性恋则是 lesbian. (中文有人翻 "蕾斯边", 有人翻成"拉子"). 另外还有双性恋, bisexual, 变性人: transsexual. 反串(作异性打扮者) transvestite 或 cross-dresser 都可以算在广义的同性恋团体在内吧! 在美国同性恋多的城市例如纽约, 亚特兰大, 旧金山每年都有所谓的同性恋大游行, 非常热闹, 台湾都还有代表来参加喔!另外 He is a faggot. (fag) 也是指男同性恋的意思, 但是这是非常轻视侮蔑的讲法, 多半用在骂人跟吵架的时候. 请不要随便对同性恋的朋友说, You faggot. 不然到时被人家毒打一顿我可不负责喔!. I am straight.我是异性恋.听到人家说 "I am straight." 不要觉得莫名其妙, 其实 "I am straight." 就是 "I am NOT a gay." 的意思. 但是如果人家是说 "He is straight- acting." 是表示他其实是同性恋, 但是他的行为却跟异性恋无异. 比方说他也照样结婚生子, 这种人可视之为隐性的同性恋. 另外至于同性恋能不能叫 "He is curved?" 我想是不行吧.. ^__^ 正确的说法应该是 "He is homosexual." 或是比较俚语的说法, "He is queer." 这些用语就比较没有轻视的味道在里面, 算是比较中性的讲法.3. She is a ward girl.她是一个很前卫的女孩.ward girl 就是中文里说的很前卫很开放的女孩子, 例如有人主张未婚生子, 你很佩他的勇气, 你就可以说, "She is a ward girl." 另外, ward 也可以形容很积极很有野心的人. 例如有人一心一意想要当上总经理, 你就可以说, "He is a ward person.".He is a vet.他是个兽医.兽医的英文原来是 veterinarian 但是由于这个单字太长了, 以致于很少有人说 veterinarian 他们都直接简称 vet 或是更白话的说法, animal doctorpet doctor. 在美国养是很风行的, 但美国对于养的规定蛮严格的, 出去溜都一定要用链子绑著(leashed), 而且如果有上大号的话, 还要帮它清理乾净, 实在有点人不如的感觉.有时候 vet 还可以代表老兵 veteran 的意思, 但是当 vet 作老兵解释时, 通常会在前面加上军种, 例如, "He is an Army vet." 就是说他是一位自陆军退伍的老兵. Veteran 也常解释成老手的意思, 例如, "He is a veteran basketball player." (他是篮球场上的老鸟.)5. He is a night owlan all nighter他是一个夜猫子二种语言在直接翻译上有其一定的困难. 像是我们说夜猫子, 老美就偏偏要说成夜猫头鹰 night owl. 所以上次老美跟我提到我一个昼伏夜出的同学时就说, "He is a night owl." 或是你也可以用另一个相近的讲法, "He is an all nighter."记得以前刚从学校毕业要入伍役时, 由于以前当夜猫子惯了, 所以对于每天要早上 5:30 起床很不适应. 我有一个同袍说得就蛮好的, "以前在学校的时候只有早上五点半睡觉, 哪有早上五点半起床的?" 说得众人连连点头称是.6. She is an encyclopedia.她就是一套百科全书.通常果你要说一个人知识真的很渊, 你可以说, "He is an encyclopedia." 像有一次我去参观纽约大都会物馆, 我趁乱混在别人的旅行团里听解说, 我发现那个解说员真的是对每一件的作品其典故背景了若指掌, 而这点不只我发现了, 有一个老美也称赞她, "You are an encyclopedia." 还有许多口语一点的讲法来形容见闻丰富的人, 例如:"He is a brain." (他是个才子.) He is a walking library. (他是一座活图书馆.)5. He's so anal.他是个吹毛求 过度的人.Anal 这个字原指的, 但它的意思基本上跟 asshole (脏话!) 相去不远, 所以这算是一句骂人的话. Anal 多半是形容一个人非常吹毛求  (picky), 到了会影响他人的程度. 如洁癖 (neat freak) 就是 anal 的一种, 因为他自己太爱乾净, 却造成别人生活的不便. 当然 anal 主要是用来骂人的, 不过这句话算是骂人的脏话, 没事不要乱用. 有时候老美会在背后拿这句话来骂教授, 但是大家不要有样学样就是了.8. He is a brown-nose.他是个马屁精.马屁精这种用法在办公室应该很常见吧! 凡是喜欢拍别人的人都可以说是 brown-nose. Brown-nose 这个字也可以当动词拍马屁来用, 例如, "He likes to brown-nose his supervisor." (他喜欢拍老板的马屁.) 或是另一个也很口语的讲法, kiss up to somebody. 例如, "I don't like to kiss up to my boss." (我不喜欢拍我老板的马屁.)9. He is a yes-man.他是只应声虫.形容人唯唯诺诺, 对于上级所交代的命令一律从, 凡事都说 YES 的人,就是 yes-man! 我想这句话不难理解, 我第一次听到时我就能立刻了解. 故事是这样的, 有一次有两个女生在谈论她们的男朋友, 其中有一个女生就说了这一句, "My boyfriend is a yes-man.", 我说什么他就作什么, 完全不敢违抗. 对于这种人, 我们还有一种说法, "He is a puppy." 因为我想大家都知道, puppy (小) 就是乖乖的, 你要他干么他就得干么, 你叫它趴下, 它就不敢站起来. 拿 puppy 或 yes man 来形容唯唯是诺的人, 真是太好不过了.. He is narrow-minded.他很小心眼.对于心眼很小, 看不开的人你就可以说他是 narrow-minded 例如有人总是见不得别人好, 你就可以说, "You are narrow-minded." 相对于 narrow-minded 就是 open-minded, 形容心胸宽大, 凡事都很看的开, 但也能指一个人没有先入为主的观念, 能够接受别人的意见. 记得有一次考试时, 教授就对我们说, :"You have to be open-minded." 就是说你们不要有先入为主的观念, 不要太去钻牛角尖 (hair-splitting), 保持心胸的开阔, 这样才能考得好.生活小故事有次去参加了一对新人的婚礼, 真是让我觉的好感动好感动. 但我并不是感动于婚礼本身庄严而又隆重, 也不是感动于的男女双方的海誓山盟, 互许终身. 而是..... 会后的茶点中居然有小笨霖最爱的炒米粉和炸春卷. 不小心一口气就吃了三盘炒米粉说.. 看来小笨霖现在也得到了留学生症候群, 开始想念起台湾夜市的小吃, 卤肉饭, 蚵仔煎, 生炒花枝, 想念菜市场一个六十元的排骨便当.小笨霖 8. 笔记 英语 同性恋 可以 水中倒影的美,清澈的水潭本身的美,这都是些转眼即逝的事物所体现的强烈而动人心扉的美——海水一旦漫过小洞,这种美便不复存在了At the Edge of the Sea By Rachel CarsonThe shore is an ancient world, as long as there has been an earth and se a there has been this place of the meeting of land and water. Yet it is a world that keeps alive the sense of continuing creation and of the relentless drive of life. Each time that I enter it, I gain some new awareness of its beauty and it sdeeper meanings, sensing that intricate fabric of life by which one creature is linked with another, and each with its surroundings.In my thoughts of the shore, one place stands apart its revelation of exquisite beauty. It is a pool hidden within a cave that one can visit only rarely and briefly when the lowest of the year's low tides fall below it, and perhaps from that very fact it acquires some of its special beauty. Choosing such a tide , I hoped a glimpse of the pool.The ebb was to fall early in the morning. I knew that if the wind held from the northwest and no interfering swell ran in f rom a distant storm the level of the sea should drop below the entrance to the pool. There had been sudden ominous showers in the night, with rain like handfuls of gravel flung on the roof. When I looked out into the early morning the sky was full of a gray dawn light but the sun had not yet risen. Water and air were pallid. Across the bay the moon was a luminous disc in the western sky, suspended above the dim line of distant shore — the full August moon, drawing the tide to the low, low levels of the threshold of the alien sea world. As I watched, a gull flew by, above the spruces. Its breast was rosy with the light of the unrisen sun. The day was, after all, to be fair.Later, as I stood above the tide near the entrance to the pool, the promise of that rosy light was sustained. From the base of the steep wall of rock on which I stood, a moss covered ledge jutted seaward into deep water. In the surge at the rim of the ledge the dark fronds of oarweeds swayed smooth and gleaming as leather. The projecting ledge was the path to the small hidden cave and its pool. Occasionally a swell, stronger than the rest, rolled smoothly over the rim and broke in foam against the cliff. But the intervals between such swells were lo ng enough to admit me to the ledge and long enough a glimpse of that fairy pool, so seldom and so briefly exposed.And so I knelt on the wet carpet of sea moss and looked back into the dark cavern that held the pool in a shallow basin. The floor of the cave was only a fewinches below the roof, and a mirror had been created in which all that grew on the ceiling was reflected in the still water below.Under water that was clear as glass the pool was carpeted with green sponge. Gray patches of sea squirts glistened on the ceiling and colonies of raft coral were a pale apricot color. In the moment when I looked into the cave a little e lfin starfish hung down, suspended by the merest th, perhaps by only a single tube foot. It reached down to touch its own reflection, so perfectly delineated that there might have been, not one starfish, but two. The beauty of the refle cted images and of the limpid pool itself was the poignant beauty of things that are ephemeral, existing only until the sea should return to fill the little cave. 86赣州麦格假体的价格赣州激光祛雀斑



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