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A market of multitudesHow the Web creates more choices everyone人人有份的市场网络是如何为人人创造更多的机会的?关键词multitude 多数majoritymultimultinational 多国的multicolor 多色multicultural 多文化的polypolyatomic 多原子的polysyllable 多音节词uniunicellular 单细胞的unidirectional 单向的Two weeks agoI ordered a now-obscure 0-year-old moviefrom Amazon.com. Tomorrow, from another Web site,I'll order damper blades to replace the rusted seton my Weber grill.Both those odd little transactions belong towhat Chris Anderson calls "The Long Tail."讲解语言点replace 代替withbyWe have replaced the candles with electric lights.take the place of in place ofNowadays plastics have taken the placeof many conventional materials.Music CDs offer perhaps the easiest wayto understand this appendage.A traditional brick-and-mortar record storehas space only a fraction of the thousandsof CDs in existence.But an online digital jukebox like Rhapsodycan store thousands upon thousands of songs(1.5 million at last count, according to Anderson).Because they exist as digital files,they cost practically nothing to warehouse,and because consumers download them over the Internetthey cost practically nothing to ship.讲解语言点warehouse 仓库warepottery ware 陶器earthenware 土器silverware 银器hardware 硬件software 软件Most of those songs are obscure titlesthat will sell only occasionally.But, Anderson points out,all those "onesies and twosies" add up to real money.On a demand curve they make up "the long tail,"and Anderson contendsthat the explosive growth in long-tail retailing,made possible by the Internet,is changing the face of American business.讲解语言点add up toadd upAdd up 3, and 5 and you'll get .make up 构成One hundred years make up a century.A century is made up of one hundred years.make up 和好Let's make up!make up 化妆You look so beautiful after making up.Anderson introduced the term in an October in Wired magazine,where he is editor in chief.The garnered considerable attention- he says it became the most-cited piecethe magazine had ever run.In this lively, ily digestible little bookhe expands on its themes.Even those who don't share his giddinessover all things digitalneed to understand the phenomenon he describes.讲解Long-tail retailing works most obviously in entertainmentand media businesses.Amazon.com and Netflix,the online movie rental company,merit extended discussion.Anderson notes that "a quarter of Amazon's book salescome from outside its top 0,000 titles."Those are books that almost certainly never appearon bookstore shelves.讲解语言点merit 优点,益处Convenience store has the merit of being open late.meritdeserve 值得,应得His work merits a prize.But you see the long tail at work in other industries.Take KitchenAid mixers.A store might stock KitchenAids in three colors- black, white and something else.But go online and you can choose from pistachio,cranberry, sienna, some 50 colors.KitchenAid may not make a ton of money selling,say, tangerine-colored mixers, but it doesn't need to.It makes a little money selling a lot of different colors.This explains Anderson's subtitle, "Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More."讲解语言点saylet's talk about any writer, say, Dickens. instance example take sth. exampleWear something simple; example, a skirt and blouse.Two weeks agoI ordered a now-obscure 0-year-old moviefrom Amazon.com. Tomorrow, from another Web site,I'll order damper blades to replace the rusted seton my Weber grill.Both those odd little transactions belong towhat Chris Anderson calls "The Long Tail."Music CDs offer perhaps the easiest wayto understand this appendage.A traditional brick-and-mortar record storehas space only a fraction of the thousandsof CDs in existence.But an online digital jukebox like Rhapsodycan store thousands upon thousands of songs(1.5 million at last count, according to Anderson).Because they exist as digital files,they cost practically nothing to warehouse,and because consumers download them over the Internetthey cost practically nothing to ship.Most of those songs are obscure titlesthat will sell only occasionally.But, Anderson points out,all those "onesies and twosies" add up to real money.On a demand curve they make up "the long tail,"and Anderson contendsthat the explosive growth in long-tail retailing,made possible by the Internet,is changing the face of American business.Anderson introduced the term in an October in Wired magazine,where he is editor in chief.The garnered considerable attention- he says it became the most-cited piecethe magazine had ever run.In this lively, ily digestible little bookhe expands on its themes.Even those who don't share his giddinessover all things digitalneed to understand the phenomenon he describes.Long-tail retailing works most obviously in entertainmentand media businesses.Amazon.com and Netflix,the online movie rental company,merit extended discussion.Anderson notes that "a quarter of Amazon's book salescome from outside its top 0,000 titles."Those are books that almost certainly never appearon bookstore shelves.But you see the long tail at work in other industries.Take KitchenAid mixers.A store might stock KitchenAids in three colors- black, white and something else.But go online and you can choose from pistachio,cranberry, sienna, some 50 colors.KitchenAid may not make a ton of money selling,say, tangerine-colored mixers, but it doesn't need to.It makes a little money selling a lot of different colors.This explains Anderson's subtitle. 3506. the Glory of Sport.Part 1. Warming up.A. Keywords. the ;firsts;, Olympic.Vocabulary. hemisphere, Melbourne, Munich.You are going to hear some ;firsts; in Olympic history.In column A, you have some years and places names in which the Olympic games were held.In column B are some of the key words of the ;firsts;.Supply the missing years or place names, then match column A with column B.Women competed in Olympic events the first time in Paris in 1900.In 19, the first winter Olympic games were held in Chamonix.In 193, the first Olympic village was built to accommodate athletes in Los Angles.In 1936 in Berlin, TV cameras broadcast Olympic events the first time.The 1956 Olympics in Melbourne were the first Olympic games to be held in southern hemisphere.Tokyo hosted the first Asian Olympics in 196.In 197 the first time, over 1 billion TV viewers watched the Munich Olympic opening ceremony.B. Keywords. the most popular sport, different meanings, measure, the number of people.Vocabulary. measure.Do you have any idea what is the most popular sport in the ed States?Listen to the following material and try to find the answer.Fill in the chart below with the missing inmation.What is the most popular sport in the ed States?That may be an impossible question to answer.There are different meanings of the words ;most popular;.One way to measure the popularity of a sport is by the number of people who pay to watch it played by professional teams.Experts say the most popular American sport by that measure is baseball.Each professional baseball team plays games every season.Or the popularity of a sport can be measured by the number of people who watch games on television or listen on the radio.Then the answer might be American football.And the popularity of a sport could be measured by the number of people who play the sport instead of just watch it.The answer in this case is the game people in the ed States call soccer.It says more than 18 million people play soccer in the ed States.C. Keywords. bend, up, down, raise, pull, push, stretch, warmed up.Vocabulary. elbow, squeeze, fist, hip, rotate, clasp.You are going to hear the teacher of an exercise class giving instructions to participants while they do the warm-up exercises.Each step of the exercises is illustrated below.Listen carefully and arrange the pictures in chronological order.Right, everybody. Stand up straight.Now bend ward and down to touch your toes.And up, and down, and up.Arms by your sides, raise you right knee as high as you can.Hold your legs with both hands, and pull your knee back against your body.Keep you back straight.Now lower your leg and do the same with your left knee.Up, pull towards you, and down.Move your feet further apart.Bend your elbows, and raise your arms to shoulder level.Squeeze your fists tightly in front of your chest.Now push your elbows back, keep your hand up, and relax.Feet together, and put your hands on your hips.Now bend your knees and stretch your arms out in front of you.Hold that position. Now up.Stretch your arms out to the sides at shoulder height, palms up.Rotate your arms in small circles, that right. and now the other way.Now stand with your hands clasped behind your neck, and your legs apart,Bend over to the left slowly, but as far as you can.And slowly up. And down to the right. And up.OK, if we are all warmed up now, Let begin. 1介绍: Tom当上了家庭主夫,Lynette重返职场,她在面试中尽力要给面试官Nina留下好印象下面是Lynette和Nina的对话 [00:.50]知行英语[00:.01]Listen and Share[00:.01]知行影中影课堂[00:.39]Tom[00:.]Lynette[00:18.]Nina[00:7.35]"It appears there's a seven-year gap [00:9.96]since your last position. [00:31.77]What, did you take some time off?" [00:33.97]"I was a stay-at-home mom. [00:35.9]I wish it had taken time off."[00:38.6]"Boy or girl?"[00:39.38]"A girl. And three boys."[00:3.]"Four kids?"[00:.]"Yeah, of course, [00:5.]they won't get in the way of the job[00:6.]because my husband's staying home [00:8.3]with them from now on." [00:51.70]"I knew I could never do [00:53.]both jobs justice. [00:5.51]That's why I chose not to [00:55.51]have a family. [00:57.67]I didn't want to be one of those [00:58.81]kind of women. [00:59.78]You know, [01:00.7]sloughing things off onto coworkers [01:.]because of a pediatrician appointment [01:.00]or a dance recital. [01:.7]I get really neurotic about putting [01:.]people out." [01:.79]"With all due respect,[01:.79]Nina, won't be an issue.[01:.9]I can leave home at home."[01:.79]"And it's not gonna break your heart [01:.73]to leave those sad little faces behind?" [01:.]"Are you kidding? [01:1.8]This office is paradise. [01:3.6]Grown-ups talking about grown-up things. [01:6.]No screaming, [01:7.63]no vomiting, [01:.38]no boogers under the table. [01:9.76]You're gonna have to drag me [01:30.80]outta here kicking [01:31.73]and screaming - weekends, [01:33.]holidays, whenever." [01:37.0]"All right, Ed wants to[01:38.95]make the final decision.[01:0.9]So I will bring you back tomorrow [01:.65]at three a follow-up." [01:.76]"Well, that, that sounds great. [01:6.]Thank you."[01:7.]"Lynette, be early. [01:8.]Show me something." [01:51.]"Okay."[01:55.]中文大意[:.99]语言点[:.6]What, did you take some time off? [:.7]take some time off[:.9]I want to take two days off.[:5.3]Yeah, of course,[:6.7]they won't get in the way [:7.87]of the job [:.85]because my husband's staying home [:30.50]with them from now on.[:33.1]get in the way[:35.3]be in the way[:.89]The bikes over there [:3.99]will get in the way of others. [:55.95]You know, [:56.63]sloughing things off onto coworkers [:58.6]because of a pediatrician appointment [:00.9]or a dance recital.[:.]Slough[:.8]off连用[:.33]She didn't wanted to slough off [:.66]her responsibility on others.[:.]Pediatrician[:5.3]儿科医生[:30.59]I get really neurotic about [:31.96]putting people out.[:.37]Get neurotic about doing something[:37.6]neurotic[:0.87]神经质的[:3.99]Get neurotic about doing something[:51.39]She got neurotic about getting fat[:57.99]I can leave home at home.[:.37]leave work at work 780凭借出演《0岁的老处男而成为家喻户晓的一线喜剧明星史蒂夫bull;卡瑞尔,即将退出《办公室剧组结婚已年的他将和我们分享他如何维系其甜美爱情;;Now youve been married sixteen years.你已经结婚年Yes, I have.是的And...yes..that...而且;是的;那;Why? why? why you are little ...sixteen years up?为什么?为什么?你为什么年还;?Some people dont make that long!有些人根本不会到那么长的时间!I see, I think it is so strange that it such a big deal, especailly in hollywood. You get that question what the secret?.I think it is really is...I think it because you get lucky by married the right person, and I was,so..我明白了,我觉得很奇怪,这是小题大做,对好莱坞而言非常有趣你的问题会是;有什么秘诀吗?;我认为它是真的是;我认为那是因为你找到幸运的合适的人结婚,我,所以;When you work at it, you dont..?当你工作的时候,你不. . ?I dont!我不会的!You must be..are you romantic?你肯定是. .你浪漫吗?I try to be!我一直在尝试!Like what kind of little things, tell us recent thing.像一些小事情,告诉我们最近的吧Recent thing,I am...to dishwashing.it doesnt sound like a big romantic thing.those little things set up. you can open up the grant gestures look at these 18 carat diamond earrings!.But honestly,it..you are low to dishwashers, you are good to go!.最近才有的事,我;;去洗碗这听起来不像一个大的浪漫的事这些小事情都是积少成多才成为大事的你可以打着响指说着;去看看这些18克拉的钻石耳环!;但坦白地说,它一点也不咋样,甚至还不如个洗碗机好,最好去干活吧!You are right!你是对的!But personally, she will show me coffee every night bee I go to bed. she set up the coffee maker, when I wake up, I usually get up early to go to work. And I...you kown the coffee is y me in the morning, and i know it because my wife did that, and it because she loves me that she did that. So it just nice things...但就我个人而言,她会在每天晚上我睡觉之前给我沏咖啡她还专门买了咖啡壶,当我醒来的时候,我通常起床很早去上班而我;你知道我的咖啡在早上已经准备妥当,并且我知道,这是我的妻子做的,是因为她爱我才这样做所以这是美好的东西;Thing?美好的事情?Exactly.非常美好And now I will let you go, that what I am waiting .而现在我会放你走,那是我所等待的人Now ive got it all, Adam, you are done!现在我明白了一切,亚当,你玩完了! 6366

本资料是由经华英语(englishexpress.cn)授权发布! http:[00:.]Harrods Department Store[00:31.7]By Appointment[00:5.68]Harrods are launching their very own[00:8.9]bespoke shopping service this month.[00:51.59]I am always in favor of making life easier[00:5.39]and eliminating days spent at malls,[00:56.98]so when I heard the words[00:58.37]"bespoke", "shopping", and "Harrods"[01:00.86]uttered in one sentence,[01:.7]I jumped at the chance to learn more.[01:.61]Bespoke means that something is made[01:.]or tailored to a particular person’s needs,[01:.19]wants, desires and specifications.[01:.81]This complimentary service will allow shoppers[01:.33]to utilize the top-notch team of [01:.]who will do all of their legwork them,[01:.5]sourcing products specific to their individual needs.[01:6.]Heaven the busy person or public figure[01:9.00]who wishes not to be ogled as they buy their smalls.[01:38.65]bespoke shopping service[01:6.85]Harrods are launching their very own[01:8.99]bespoke shopping service this month.[01:55.77]bespoke[01:56.8]定制的,定做的[:.7]their very own[:.1]完全属于自己的[:.55]launch[:.6]v. 启动,推出(新产品或务)[:.86]n.(新品)上市[:.0]the launch of iPod Shuffle[:7.98]iPod Shuffle的投放市场[:35.6]I am always in favor of making life easier[:38.]and eliminating days spent at malls,[:0.55]so when I heard the words[:1.79]"bespoke", "shopping", and "Harrods"[:3.98]uttered in one sentence,[:5.]I jumped at the chance to learn more.[:7.57]我总是喜欢让生活简单一些,少花些时间逛商场,[:51.5]所以,当同时听到“预订”、“购物”、“哈罗德”这些字眼的时候,[:56.]我自然是不会错过这个大好机会的![:.67]in favor of doing sth.[:.6]喜欢或赞同做某事[:.1]Lily’s always in favor of going to school by bike.[:.3]莉莉总是喜欢骑自行车上学[:3.00]eliminate[:.35]除去,消除[:6.]uttered[:30.55]说出,道出[:.]jump at the chance[:.95]迅速、迫不及待地抓住某个机会[:8.5]She jumped at the chance to study in France a year.[:5.97]她抓住了这个留学法国一年的机会[:01.]Bespoke means that something is made[:.]or tailored to a particular person’s needs,[:.91]wants, desires and specifications.[:.30]be tailored to sth.[:18.]根据...进行量身定做[:1.19]The dress is well tailored to your shape.[:.83]这身衣是完全照你的体形量身定做的[:31.7]specification[:33.]规格,规范[:0.]This complimentary service will allow shoppers[:3.19]to utilize the top-notch team of [:5.93]who will do all of their legwork them,[:8.5]sourcing products specific to their individual needs.[:51.60]在这项免费赠送的务中,[:53.6]顾客可以利用一由人组成的一流团队,[:57.]他们将为你做所有的跑腿活,[:59.3]照你的个人需求来搜寻适合你的商品[:.33]complimentary[:.69]免费赠送的[:1.73]allow sb. to do sth.[:5.01]允许某人做某事[:7.1]top-notch[:9.]一流的[:31.01]legwork[:3.7]跑腿活[:.76]He asked someone else to do all the legwork of gathering inmation.[:39.69]他叫了别人来做所有搜集资料的跑腿活[:.38]source[:50.01]获取,搜寻[:5.96]They sourced the materials from our company.[:57.]他们的材料是从我们公司获得的[:00.97]specific to sth.[:.8]...所特有的,为...所特设的[:.35]individual[:.61]个人的[:.33]Heaven the busy person or public figure[:18.99]who wishes not to be ogled as they buy their smalls.[:5.8]public figure[:7.67]公众人物,明星[:9.91]small[:51.68]小件的内衣裤[:53.5]ogle[:55.]盯着看[:.9]launch[:1.18]启动,推出(新产品或务)[:.01]bespoke[:5.]定制的,定做的[:7.37]in favor of doing sth.[:9.1]喜欢或赞同做某事[:31.]jump at the chance[:33.5]迅速、迫不及待地抓住某个机会[:37.6]be tailored to sth.[:39.38]根据...进行量身定做[:1.61]complimentary[:.]免费赠送的[:5.79]top-notch[:7.3]一流的[:8.9]legwork[:9.78]跑腿活[:50.8]source[:53.19]v.获取,搜寻 630

本资料是由经华英语(englishexpress.cn)授权发布! http:[00:.50]English Express[00:50.67]Dear Karl,[00:51.7]Thank you.[00:5.7]From the real Utah Jazz fans[00:5.79]and from the dedicated basketball fans all over,[00:57.71]from Boston to Miami,[00:59.6]from Los Angles to Washington,[01:01.5]fans across the league respect your career,[01:.8]your loyalty and your professionalism.[01:.38]They may not have liked the results of your games,[01:.89]but they certainly have a full respect[01:.] the man and the game.[01:.]I won’t focus on your being the nd leading scorer[01:18.59]in NBA history.[01:.]Nor will I focus on the fact[01:.01]that you had 18 consecutive playoff seasons.[01:5.51]No need to speak of the two MVP seasons[01:.7]and the All-Star Co-MVP with John Stockton.[01:3.55]Quite simply Karl,[01:.56]you are the best power ward of the last years[01:37.90]and maybe the best ever.[01:0.59]You and John Stockton were an amazingly dynamic duo.[01:.78]It is too bad that[01:6.1]University of North Carolina’s favorite son[01:9.53]got in the way.[01:50.99]Besides,[01:5.]after all of those years in Utah,[01:5.]I am sure that[01:5.96]Calinia was truly a different experience all together.[01:58.19]Sincerely,[01:59.]Your biggest fan[:.]Dear Karl, Thank you.[:.1]From the real Utah Jazz fans[:.86]and from the real basketball fans all over,[:.59]from Boston to Miami,[:18.7]from Los Angles to Washington,[:.7]fans across the league respect your career,[:3.33]your loyalty and you professionalism.[:.3]all over 彻底地;完全地[:51.8]That sounds like my brother all over.[:5.]那声音很像我兄弟[:58.93]loyalty 忠诚,忠实[:.51]professionalism 职业水准[:.80]mailman 邮差[:7.]They may not have liked the results of your games[:9.83]but they certainly have a full respect[:5.01] the man and the game.[:56.30]respect[:01.]have respect sth.sb.[:.75]I won’t focus on your being the nd leading scorer[:1.00]in NBA history.[:.51]I won’t focus on the fact[:3.89]that you had 18 consecutive playoff seasons.[:36.68]consecutive 连续的, 联贯的[:0.7]Chelsea won a sixth consecutive game[:3.88]and a third consecutive away game.[:5.95]切尔西已经赢得了连续六场比赛胜利,[:8.68]同时也是客场三连胜[:5.8]playoff 最后决赛阶段,延长赛[:00.88]No need to speak on the two MVP seasons[:.93]and the All-Star Co-MVP with that other guy from Spokane.[:7.]MVP[:.53]Most Valuable Player[:30.91]最有价值球员奖[:5.65]All-Star[:53.1]全明星[:5.66]co-, 共同,联合[:59.7]co-produced 合作生产的[:.]co-author 合著者[:.]Quite simply Karl,[:3.6]you were the best power ward[:5.6]in the past years[:6.5]and maybe the best ever.[:.5]power ward[:3.7]大前锋,[:5.66]小前锋[:6.7]small ward[:9.9]guard 后卫[:56.]You and John Stockton were an amazingly dynamic duo.[:59.7]It is too bad that[:00.59]University of North Carolina favorite son[:.]got in the way.[:.75]University of North Carolina favorite son[:30.1]get in the way[:31.36]妨碍[:33.53]He wouldn’t allow emotions to[:35.]get in the way of him doing his job.[:37.]他不会让感情妨碍自己的工作[:30.6]Besides, after all of those years in Utah,[:33.]I am sure that[:33.83]Calinia was truly a different experience all together.[:8.8]all over 彻底地;完全地[:51.]professionalism 职业水准[:5.]have respect sth.sb.[:56.60]对某人或某事产生敬意[:59.3]consecutive[:00.]连续的, 联贯的[:.5]playoff 最后决赛阶段;延长赛[:.30]power ward[:.61]大前锋[:.68]small ward[:.7]小前锋[:.73]guard 后卫 6

Cheaper School Books廉价教科书Mr. Hooper was a teacher. He taught English 1. He taught English 1 at a small college. His students were not rich. His students were poor. Books cost a lot of money. The English 1 book cost a lot of money. Mr. Hooper had a good idea. He wrote his own book. He wrote his own English 1 book. The book was 0 pages. He put the book online. His students downloaded the book. His students printed all 0 pages. The new book was cheap. The new book was cheap to print. His students liked the new book. They thanked Mr. Hooper. Mr. Hooper talked to the math teacher. Mr. Miller taught Math 1. He liked the new book idea. He wrote his own Math 1 book. His students downloaded the new book. They printed the new book. They liked the new Math 1 book. They thanked Mr. Miller.胡珀先生是一名教师他教授英语基础课程他在一所小规模的学院中教授基础英语他的学生并不富裕他的学生很贫穷教科书会花费很多钱英语基础图书会花费很多钱胡珀有一个想法他自己写书他写了自己的英语基础课程图书图书有0页他把书发布到了网上学生下载了图书他的学生打印了0页图书新书很便宜打印新书很便宜他的学生喜欢这本新书他们都非常感谢胡珀胡珀先生与数学老师进行了谈论米勒先生教授基础数学他喜欢新书这个想法他写了自己的数学基础图书学生下载了新书他们打印了新书他们喜欢新版数学基础图书他们都非常感谢米勒老师译文属原创,,不得转载 1997

Voice : Fast treatment is very important with strokes. Melissa got to the hospital quickly. And doctors were able to save her life. But many people do not get fast treatment. This is because they do not recognise the signs of a stroke. This is true particularly with strokes that are not severe. Some of the signs of a stroke include:声音:快速治疗对中风非常重要梅丽莎马上赶往医院医生保住了她的性命但是许多人没能接受快速治疗这是因为他们没有意识到这是中风的迹象那些中风情况不严重的人尤其如此中风迹象包括:Voice 1: Difficulty speaking or understanding speech声音1:说话困难或难以理解他人的话Voice : Difficulty walking.声音:难以行走Voice 1: A sudden loss of balance.声音1:突然失去平衡Voice : A severe pain in the head.声音:头部剧痛Voice 1: Sudden eye problems.声音1:眼疾突然不适Voice : And weakness or a loss of movement in one side.声音:身体一侧肢体无力或无法行动Voice 1: Doctors say that people showing these signs should seek help immediately. They should not wait the signs to go away. Fast treatment can be the difference between life and death.声音1:医生表示,出现这些症状的人应该马上寻求帮助他们不能等这些症状继续发展能否接受快速治疗可能意味着生死之别 译文属 568

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