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“自拍”用英语该如何表达? --7 3:19:53 来源: A selfie is a photographic self-portrait, particularly one taken with the intent of posting it to a social network.Selfie就是“自拍照”,尤指那些自拍后上传到社交网站的照片Not since the days of Picasso has self-portraiture been so prevalent. Smartphones' high-quality built-in cameras and easy access to picture-enhancing apps are making "selfies" a ubiquitous m of self-expression among social-media users.自毕加索时期以来,自画像从未如此盛行智能手机的高质内置相机以及可以便捷使用的照片修正程序正在让“自拍”成为社交媒体用户普遍使用的一种自我表达方式 自拍 英语 该如何Evolution of sleep Sleep is very ancient. In the electroencephalographic sense we share it with all the primates and almost all the other mammals and birds it may extend back as far as the reptiles. There is some evidence that the two types of sleep, dreaming and dreamless, depend on the life-style of the animal, and that predators are statistically much more likely to dream than prey, which are in turn much more likely to experience dreamless sleep. In dream sleep, the animal is powerfully immobilized and remarkably unresponsive to external stimuli. Dreamless sleep is much shallower, and we have all witnessed cats or dogs cocking their ears to a sound when apparently fast asleep. The fact that deep dream sleep is rare among pray today seems clearly to be a product of natural selection, and it makes sense that today, when sleep is highly evolved, the stupid animals are less frequently immobilized by deep sleep than the smart ones. But why should they sleep deeply at all? Why should a state of such deep immobilization ever have evolved? Perhaps one useful hint about the original function of sleep is to be found in the fact that dolphins and whales and aquatic mammals in genera seem to sleep very little. There is, by and large, no place to hide in the ocean. Could it be that, rather than increasing an animal's vulnerability, the University of Florida and Ray Meddis of London University have suggested this to be the case. It is conceivable that animals who are too stupid to be quite on their own initiative are, during periods of high risk, immobilized by the implacable arm of sleep. The point seems particularly clear the young of predatory animals. This is an interesting notion and probably at least partly true

只会说“Thank you"?看看英国人怎么说地道口语 --3 :5: 来源: 如果你自认为英文还不错,但还没出过国,那你一定不知道老外是怎么说英文的相信每一个刚到国外的人都会有一种感觉,不管你英文程度如何,你会觉得自己好像从来没学过英文!  我们在国内学的英文都是书面用语,实际在生活中的英语完全是另一回事我们基本是把书面英语当口语在用,所以到了英国,如果是初来乍到,你真的会觉得自己跟白痴一样  cheers mate!  拿英国人最常用的“谢谢”来说,你在这里绝对很少听到“thank you”这样的说法,像“thank you verymuch”更是很少提及,那英国人都怎么说谢谢?他们会说“cheers”,cheers不是干杯的意思吗?那英国人干杯说什么?干杯他们也说“cheers”原因是英国人认为thank you太过正式,也太老土,年轻人都说cheers! 而且会在后面加一个mate, mate在英国口语是伙伴的意思,刚来那会天天听到人说“切梅,切梅的,不知所云,后来才知道就是谢谢啊!  除了说cheers, 英国人还会说“lovely”代表谢谢,可不是说你可爱哦!还会说“brilliant”“cool” “excellent”“nice one” 这些,最近几年流行说“ta”来代表谢谢,没错就是是说“ta”,就是thanks 的简化,相当于轻描淡写的 “谢了”,英国人是有多懒啊  还有一些英国妞喜欢说法语的“merci”和意大利语的“gracias”来还有德语的“danke”  表示谢意  有次看到一个中国留学生在酒吧买了一杯啤酒,对着吧台那伙计深情地说了一句“thank you very much!”搞得吧台小伙手无足措  就算人家说了谢谢,也不用回别人一句“you are welcome!”我几乎没见过老外说过这句话,说这个好像是帮了别人多大一个忙似的,用中国话讲就是太把自己当一回事  总结一下英国口语的谢谢:  thank you(英国老头老太太才说);  thanksthanks a lot(稍微正式的场合)  thank you very muchthank you so much(没事别说);  i do appreciatedmuch appreciated(如果真的想感谢别人);  cheerscheers matecheers bro(最常用的说法);  lovelythat’s greatall rightokaybrilliantexcellentsuperawesome(很地道的说法);  coolnice onewickedyou starfabaceta(非常地道的说法);  mercigraciasdanke(英国装逼女青年)  英国人会把所有一切形容好的词都拿来当谢谢用,而且也不觉得突兀,这些只有你在实际交流中才会了解,书本上是永远也学不到的  see you later!  英国人和人道别说再见,很少说:“good bye.”或者 “bye-bye.”第一个显得太正式,第二个太孩子气他们会说: “see yousee you later!”还会直接说一个“bye!”如果对方要出远门,他们会说 “take care!”  一般周五下班的时候,很多人道别的时候会说:“nice weekend!”以表达即将来临的周末  see yousee you later(最常用的说法);  bye (不太常用);  see you aroundsee you sooncatch you later(如果马上就能见到);  take carebe careful(如果对方要出远门);  cheers (也可以当再见用)  are you alright?  经历过九年义务教育的同学们一定对李磊和韩梅梅的经典对话印象深刻  “how are you ?”  “i’m fine, and you?”  “i’m fine too.”  现在回想起来这是一个无比白痴的对话,实际中的老外见面绝对不会这么对话,并不是说老外不说 “how are you?”而是不会反问别人好不好,一般来说,如果他们认识你,他们见到你会说 “hello”或者“hi”,然后问“are you alright?”很熟的话就会说“you alright?”或者就一个词“alright?”这个时候你可以回答 “i’m fine i’m great,”后面一定要加一个“thanks.”如果你今天不是很好,你可以说“not too bad, could be better.”此外 “how('re) you doing today?”也是比较常见的说法  基本的礼貌用语  英国虽然不是处处都表现得像绅士一样,但就说话这方面,可以说英国人是极其绅士的  比如我们要买一杯咖啡的时候,我们会说“我想要一杯咖啡”往往就变成“i want to have a cup ofcoffee.”这样对老外说的话是非常不礼貌的,老外想要一杯咖啡会说: “我能来一杯咖啡吗?”应该是“can i have a cup of coffee please?”不仅要用敬语开头,而且后面还要加上一个万能的please.  同理问别人叫什么名字说“what’s your name?”是非常不礼貌的,尤其是对女生,一定要用“may i have your name please?”  在向对方提出一定要求的时候,避免使用陈述句,尽量使用疑问句,否定句,以建议的,请求的,人性的的语气代替直接的,武断的,命令的语气这样看起来好像很卑微,但在英国是一种基本的礼貌  “can i ...please?”(基本礼貌)  “could i …please? ”(很礼貌)  “may i…please? ”(非常礼貌)  “would you please…?” “could you please…?” “is there any chance to…?”(寻求帮助)  有次在酒吧打工,一个老外想买一杯1.5英镑的红茶,对我说:“ my apologies, would you please by any chance to accept my pathetic pound note, that’s the only one i have.”原因是老外觉得用大面值的钞票买小东西很不好意思  老外的思维方式  老外和我们的思维方式是有很大区别的,体现在他们的语言上就和我们有很大不同  当英国人觉得一个东西很好的时候,他不会说:“it’s very good!”他会说:“that’not bad.” 我们会觉得他们说这个东西不算太糟,好像很勉强的意思,其实他们是说太好了的意思相反他们说“quiet good.”意思却是不怎么样,有点失望的感觉  当英国人不认同你的观点时,他会说“that’s a very good try.”或“that’s a brave attempt.”我们听起来好像是在称赞我们,其实他们是想说“ you are insane.”或是 “you are an idiot.”  当英国人听你讲了一大堆他觉得很扯的东西,他会对你说“very interesting.”如果你觉得是他们真的感兴趣,那你就错了,他们是想说你在瞎扯淡  当英国生气的时候,会说“i was litter bit disappointed with that.”我们听起来好像没什么太大的关系,其实他们是真的生气了  其他常用表达  厕所 toiletrestroom (不说wc);  女孩 bird chick (不说girl);  男孩 lad(不说boy);  可爱 cute(不说lovely);  黄头发 blonde(不说yellow hair);  英镑 quid(不说pound)  裤子 pantsjeans(不说trousers);  好吃 nicetasty(不说delicious);  有名 well known(不说famous);  给你 here you are(不说give you);  牛逼 sickfreaky (不说niubility);  真遗憾 it’s a shame (不说it’s a pity);  马马虎虎 that’okit’s alright( 不说 so-so) 英国人 口语 地道

  世界杯口语:“战胜”的多种表达方式 -- :9:5 来源:   看到过足球场上胜利的欢呼吗?“胜利了!”说到“战胜”的英文表达法,是不是想到了 beat,win等等,除了这些,“战胜”还有很多其他说法下面跟我们一起来学习一下吧  1. Sweden scores first goal of ' Cup, downs Paraguay瑞典战胜巴拉圭,外电报道用了这样一个词:down我们熟悉的down都是作形容词、副词和介词用但是down也有动词的用法,尽管这个用法比较少见Down作动词的时候有“打败”的意思,所以“战胜、打败”也可以用down来表示  . Late goals by Peter Crouch and Steven Gerrard helped England post a -0 victory over World Cup debutant Trinidad Tobago英格兰比0战胜特立尼达和多巴哥的时候,球迷们一定欣喜若狂看看报道中的这句话,你一定想不到“战胜”还可以用post a victory 来表示吧那“几比几战胜某队”就可以说成是 post a (number) - (number) victory over..  3. Portugal qualified the knockout stage after easing past Iran -0 in Frankfurt葡萄牙比0打败伊朗后,成功晋级十六强Ease作动词,有"灵活地移动"的意思.Past作介词很常见,就是"越过"的意思  . Switzerland beat Togo -0, while Ukraine trounced Saudi Arabia -0.不管是小说还是新闻,语言总要富于变化才能吸引读者的兴趣Trounce这个词作动词有“痛击、决定性地打败”的意思乌克兰比0战胜沙特自然是“痛击”了,而且恐怕是不能再痛了  5. Poland came from behind to beat Costa Rica -1 to finish third in Group A, and Paraguay upset Trinidad and Tobago -0 to be the third-placers of Group B由于特立尼达和多巴哥首场比赛就逼平欧洲强队瑞典,人人都认为它将是世界杯赛场上的黑马不幸的是,黑马被巴拉圭意外击败Upset的意思就是“击败呼声很高的选手,爆冷门”  6. Germany whitewashed Ecuador 3-0 to top Group A at the World Cup on Tuesday. 德国3比0打败厄瓜多尔,以小组第一名的身份晋级十六强对厄瓜多尔来说这场比赛可谓惨败Whitewash作名词的意思就是“体育比赛中得零分的惨败 ”,作动词也有同样的意思关于这场比赛,外电报道中还有一种写法:In Berlin, German star striker Miroslav Klose scored his third and fourth goal at the World Cup, helping the hosts crash Ecuador 3-0 in their last Group A match. 这个crash本意是指“撞碎、损毁”,以厄瓜多尔失败的惨烈程度来说,这个词用得也不过分所以,crash有时也可以用来表示“惨败”  总结一下,“战胜某人或某队”除了用beat, defeat, win之外,还可以根据上下文语境选用down,trounce,upset,crash,whitewash,post a victory,ease past等词或短语来表达学会了吗?是不是觉得有所收获呢? 表达 方式 多种 战胜

  年度十大网络流行语的英文版 -01-7 :: 来源: 这是一个充满无限可能的时代,也是一个网络推动的时代岁末将至,盘点年中出现的每一句网络流行语,无一不与我们的生活息息相关;细读每一个网络流行语诙谐和无厘头的背后,无一不是对现实问题的最理性的思考值此之际,英语点津特别推出年度十大网络流行语的英文版,让我们一起来对刚刚走远的集体记忆温故知新1. 不差钱Money is not a problem.出处:年央视春晚,赵本山、小沈阳等演出了小品《不差钱几乎一夜之间,二人转演员小沈阳连同小品中的多句经典台词,红遍大江南北入选理由:赵本山的小品历年来都不乏经典台词,这次有了小沈阳的加盟,语录更是经典春晚过后,老百姓去餐馆点菜,和餐馆务员之间最常见的对白就是“这个真没有”,“这个可以有”“咱不差钱”. 哥抽的不是烟,是寂寞!What brother is smoking is not a cigarette, but loneliness!出处:7月初,在百度贴吧里突然有人发了一张一名非主流男子吃面的图片,图片配文“哥吃的不是面,是寂寞”之后一发不可收拾,有网友相继模仿“哥×的不是×,是寂寞”的句式,“哥上的不是网,是寂寞”、“哥爱的不是你,是寂寞”……入选理由:今年,“寂寞体”成为很多人的MSN、QQ签名,仿佛什么事情都可以化作“寂寞”两个字,它折射出现代人需要抚慰的心灵寂寞是一种病,我们都在寻找治愈它的药片3. 贾君鹏你妈妈喊你回家吃饭!Jia Junpeng, your mother wants you to go home to have some food.出处:贾君鹏只是个网络虚拟人物,但是在年7月日百度贴吧里的魔兽世界吧里,一个只有标题《贾君鹏,你妈妈喊你回家吃饭!的空帖,短短几个小时就被39名网友浏览,引来超过1.7万条回复,并在接下来的一天时间内吸引了7万点击和30万的回复入选理由:相当长一段时间内,“×××,你妈妈喊你回家吃饭!”这种兼具家庭式温馨的调侃语录成了最流行的网络问候语,并影响了社会各界和媒体们对此语录的深度分析. 人生就像茶几,上面摆满了杯具Life is like a tea table, with bitter cups placed all over it.出处:首先是易中天因为在一期《讲坛中瞪大眼睛感叹了一句“悲剧啊”,结果就被网友截了图并上传到了网上,随即成为无数网友争相引用的签名档其实,这句流行语的句式模板来自张爱玲笔下的———“人生是一袭华美的袍,上面爬满了虱子”“杯具”一词诞生后,网上出现了“杯具党”,网友们又创造了“餐具(惨剧)”、“洗具(喜剧)”和“茶具(差距)”入选理由:在网友看来,“杯具”这个词比“悲剧”能表现内心的无奈,同时又多了一分自嘲的乐观态度,比之前单纯的悲观也多了一分希望5. 不要迷恋哥,哥只是个传说Don't be obsessed with brother. He is only a legend.出处:这句话的起源是猫扑大杂烩,由网友“不要迷恋哥”的一个帖子引起的恶搞入选理由:原本是很自恋的一句话,却给无聊的生活添加了一瓶调味剂,它火到什么程度呢?连国际知名大导演张艺谋的新任“谋男郎”小沈阳都在唱“不要疯狂地迷恋我,我只是个传说……”6. 人情债,我肉偿了!My debts of gratitude have been repaid with my body!出处:《蜗居用犀利的笔触讲述了现代都市白领阶层对房子的渴望以及房奴生活的酸甜苦辣虽然仍然以上海为故事背景,但剧中人物每日挣扎与奋斗,付出巨大的大城市生活成本,却是很多都市白领的生活写照,编剧六六的犀利台词也成为很多人新的MSN签名入选理由:除了关注热门的社会话题外,剧中的台词也很潮,不仅幽默风趣充满智慧,还贴近老百姓的生活随着《蜗居的热播,剧中犀利有深度的台词也随之走红,成为观众们讨论的热点7. 你有什么不开心的?说出来让大家开心一下What makes you unhappy? Tell us to make us happy.出处:生活很苦,开心很难所以要看开一点,你有什么不开心的,说出来让大家开心一下入选理由:你失业了,那还有失恋的呢;你做生意失败了,那还有自杀未遂的呢;天不遂人愿的事多了去了,要是都如意了,还要上帝干什么——帝哥说了,你们都爽了,我还保佑谁去?!耍贫嘴才是生活的真谛,你噼里啪啦一顿胡侃,不光自己忘了苦恼,也把别人忽悠的忘乎所以——还一本正经的拉住你的手,放在她手心,一把鼻涕一把泪的说:麦兜,我终于找到生活的真谛了~8. 你out了!You are left behind the times.出处:时下最流行的微客你写了吗?现在微客人气最火的明星是姚晨还是黄健翔?都不知道?那你是彻底OUT了……英语单词OUT在英汉词典中的解释是“出外;在外;向外”,如今,这个词被赋予了“落伍”的新意,无数追赶时尚潮流的年轻人时刻将其挂在嘴边,不为别的,就为了能在适当的时机鄙视一下被潮流落在后头的人入选理由:据了解,现在国内无论是电视媒体还是平面媒体都在统计年度的流行语,对于OUT这个词儿,有相当一部分人在肯定它流行的同时,也表现出了“深恶痛绝”的态度这个词儿乍一听没什么杀伤力,可真要摊到自己身上,还真是挺不舒的9. 雷锋做好事不留名,但把每一件事情都记到日记里Lei Feng does good without seeking recognition, but he records everything in his diary.出处:为什么雷锋做好事不留名,但把每一件事情都记到日记里?这成为今年各大论坛的热贴人们的回答花样百出,令人捧腹入选理由:接过雷锋的,雷锋是我们的好榜样;接过雷锋的,千万个雷锋在成长……儿时的歌又在耳边响起也有网友回帖道:雷锋做了好事不留名,但是每一件事情都记到日记里面,而我从来不写日记.这事儿不能说太细It cannot be explained in detail.出处:年1月日,央视《焦点访谈播出节目《广受质疑的“通行费”面对“天津市每年要偿还的公路建设的贷款量有多大”的提问时,天津市市政公路规费处副处长刘的回答是:“这事儿不能说得太细”入选理由:在天涯、猫扑等论坛,一些帖子下面,常常跟有“这事楼主说得太细了,下回注意”、“这事儿我不能说太细”之类的回帖,与去年“我是来打酱油的”、 “做几个俯卧撑就走”等回帖风格十分近似在“百度知道”,已经出现了“这事儿不能说太细”的解答,并且已有网友建立“这事儿不能说太细”吧,搜狐还有网友列出了“这事儿不能说太细”的俄语、荷兰语、法语、德语等版本译法 英文版 流行 网络 十大。

  那一年,韦恩堡市长正式宣布月1号作为全市的艾米日市长解释说,因为艾米敢于做出这样一个简单的许愿,她让大家都学到了东西 “所有人,”市长说道,“都希望得到并且应该得到尊重、尊严和友善”The Little Girl Who Dared to Wish As Amy Hagadorn rounded the corner across the hall from her classroom, she collided with a tall boy from the fifth grade running in the opposite direction.“Watch it , squirt.” The boy yelled as he dodged around the little third-grader. Then, with a smirk on his face, the boy took hold of his right leg and mimicked the way Amy limped when she walked.Amy closed her eyes. Ignore him, she told herself as she headed her classroom.But at the end of the day, Amy was still thinking about the tall boy’s mean teasing. It wasn’t as if her were the only one. It seemed that ever since Amy started the third grade, someone teased her every single day. Kids teased her about her speech or her limping. Amy was tired of it. Sometimes, even in a classroom full of other students, the teasing made her feel all alone.Back home at the dinner table that evening, Amy was quiet. Her mother knew that things were not going well at school. That’s why Patti Hagadorn was happy to have some exciting news to share with her daughter.“There’s a Christmas wish contest on the radio station,” Amy’s mom announced. “Write a letter to Santa, and you might win a prize. I think someone at this table with blonde curly hair should enter.”Amy giggled. The contest sounded like fun. She started thinking about what she wanted most Christmas.A smile took hold of Amy when the idea first came to her. Out came pencil and paper, and Amy went to work on her letter. “Dear Santa Claus,” she began.While Amy worked away at her best printing, the rest of the family tried to guess what she might ask from Santa. Amy’s sister, Jamie, and Amy’s mom both thought a three-foot Barbie doll would top Amy’s wish list. Amy’s dad guessed a picture book. But Amy wasn’t y to reveal her secret Christmas wish just then. Here is Amy’s letter to Santa, just as she wrote it that nightDear Santa Claus,My name is Amy. I am nine years old. I have a problem at school. Can you help me Santa? Kids laugh at me because of the way I walk and run and talk. I have cerebral palsy. I just want one day where no one laughs at me or makes fun of me.Love, AmyAt radio station WJLT in t Wayne, Indiana, letter poured in the Christmas wish contest. The workers had fun ing about all the different presents that boys and girls from across the city wanted Christmas.When Amy’s letter arrived at the radio station, manager Lee Tobin it carefully. He knew cerebral palsy was a muscle disorder that might confuse the schoolmates of Amy’s who didn’t understand her disability. He thought it would be good the people in t Wayne to hear about this special third-grader and her unusual wish. Mr. Tobin called up the local newspaper.The next day, a picture of Amy and her letter to Santa made the front page of the News Sentinel. The story sp quickly. All across the country, newspapers and radio and television stations reported the story of the little girl in t Wayne, Indiana, who asked such a simple yet remarkable Christmas gift -- just one day without teasing.Suddenly the postman was a regular at the Hagadorn house. Envelopes of all sizes addressed to Amy arrived daily from children and adults all across the nation. They came filled with holiday greetings and words of encouragement.During that ungettable Christmas season, over two thousand people from all over the world sent Amy letters of friendship and support. Amy and her family every single one. Some of the writers had disabilities; some had been teased as children. Each writer had a special message Amy. Through the cards and letters from strangers, Amy glimpsed a world full of people who truly cared about each other. She realized that no amount or m of teasing could ever make her feel lonely again.Many people thanked Amy being brave enough to speak up. Others encouraged her to ignore teasing and to carry her head high. Lynn, a sixth-grader from Texas, sent this message“I would like to be your friend,” she wrote, “and if you want to visit me, we could have fun. No one would make fun of us, ’cause if they do, we will not even hear them.”Amy did get her wish of a special day without teasing at South Wayne Elementary School. Additionally, everyone at school got another bonus. Teachers and students talked together about how bad teasing can make others feel.That year the t Wayne mayor officially proclaimed December 1 as Amy Jo Hagadorn Day throughout the city. The mayor explained that by daring to make such a simple wish, Amy taught a universal lesson.“Everyone,” said the mayor, “wants and deserves to be treated with respect, dignity and warmth.

  The process of dying imbues fewer and fewer choices available to us. Even in dying, however, we still have choices concerning how we handle what is happening to us. The following deals with the dying of Jim Molock, a student and close friend of mine. Jim is 5 years old. He is full of life, witty, bright, honest, and actively questioning. He had just graduated from college as a human service major, and seemed to have a bright future when his illness was discovered. About a year and a half and ago, Jim developed a lump on his ehead and underwent surgery to have it removed. At that time, his doctors believed that it was not a cancer .later, more tumors appeared and more surgery followed. Several months ago, Jim found out that the tumors had sp throughout his body and that even with treatment, he would have a short life. Since that time he has steadily grown weaker, and has been able to do less and less, yet he has shown remarkable courage in the way he has faced this loss and his dying. Some time ago, Jim came to Calinia, and took part in a weekend seminar that I had with a review of this book. On this chapter, he commented that, “although we may not have choices concerning the losses we suffer in dying, we do retain the ability to choose our attitude toward our death. Jim has taught me a lot during these past few months, about this enduring capacity choice. Even in extreme circumstances. Jim has made many critical choices since being told of his illness. He chose to continue taking a course of the university because he liked the contact with the people there. He worked hard as a but dog to support himself. He decided to undergo treatment even though he knew that it most likely would not result in his cure because he heard that it would reduce his pain. It did not. And Jim has suffered much agony during the past few months. He decided not to undergo chemical treatment, because he didn’t want to prolong his life if he couldn’t really live fully. He made a choice to accept god and his life, which gave him a full sense of peace. Bee he became bedridden, he decided to go to Hawaii, and enjoy his time in luxury. Jim has always disliked hospitals, so he chose to remain at home in more personal surroundings, as long as he was able, he widely, and continued to write in his diary about his thoughts and feelings on living and dying. With his friends, he played his guitar, and sang songs that he had written. He maintained an active interest in life and in the things around him without denying the fact that he was dying. More than anyone I have known or heard about, Jim has taken care of unfinished business, he made it a point to gather his family and tell them his wishes. He made contact with all his friends and said everything he wanted to say to them, he clearly stated his desire cremation, he wants to burn those shamans, and then have his ashes scattered over the sea, a wish that reflects his love of freedom and movement. Jim has very little freedom and movement now, he can do little but lie in his bed wait his death to come. To this day, he has chosen to die with dignity, and although his body is getting weaker and weaker, his spirit is still very much alive. He retains his mental sharpness, his ability to say a lot in very few words and his sense of humor. He has allowed himself to grief over his losses, as he puts it, “I sure like to hang around to enjoy all those people that love me.” Realizing that this is impossible, Jim is saying goodbye to all those who are close to him. Throughout his suffering, Jim’s mother has been truly great. When she told me how remarkle Jim has been in complaining so rarely despite his constant pain. I reminded her that I never heard her complain during her month of caring him. I have been continually amazed by her strength and courage. And I have admired her willingness to honor Jim’s wishes and accept his beliefs, even though at times, they have differed from her own... Jim has been showing me that his style of dying would be no different from his style of living. By his example and by his words, Jim has taught me how to evaluate my own life. 19如果说诗歌的主要品质是爱,那么散文的主要品质则为其合理公正性爱使人热情奔放,瞬间爆发,而合理公正,则需要质疑,需要耐心,需要控制情感,即便是那最高尚的The Cardinal Virtue of ProseProse of its very nature is longer than verse, and the virtues peculiar to it manifest themselves gradually. If the cardinal virtue of poetry is love, the cardinal virtue of prose is justice; and, whereas love makes you act and speak on the spur of the moment, justice needs inquiry, patience, and a control even of the noblest passions. By justice here I do not mean justice only to particular people or ideas, but a habit of justice in all the processes of thought, a style tranquillized and a m moulded by that habit. The master of prose is not cold, but he will not let any word or image inflame him with a heat irrelevant to his purpose. Unhasting, unresting, he pursues it, subduing all the riches of his mind to it, rejecting all beauties that are not germane to it; making his own beauty out of the very accomplishment of it, out of the whole work and its proportions, so that you must to the end bee you know that it is beautiful. But he has his reward, he is trusted and convinces, as those who are at the mercy of their own eloquence do not; and he gives a pleasure all the greater being hardly noticed. In the best prose, whether narrative or argument, we are so led on as we , that we do not stop to applaud the writer, nor do we stop to question him. 985品牌口语00句(8):溢于言表 --5 :31:50 来源: 每天背 句,你能坚持多久?1. You’re pouring water into a sieve.你太浪费了. This contravenes regulations.这违反规则3. It must remain in true-blue hands.这事必须由可靠的人办#9658;true-blue 忠贞不渝的,坚贞的,坚定的gt;gt;每日一句英译汉667--true-bluelt;lt;. The car is roomy.这车很宽敞5. Snap out of it. It’s not the end of the world.别老想这事了又不是世界末日#9658;snap out of it 打起精神,行动起来,别泄气e.g. Even if you were wasting time all the years bee, you can still snap out of it and begin a new life now. 就算你之前几年都在荒废时间,现在你仍然可以振作起来,开始新的生活gt;gt;地道口语:常用介词口语短句lt;lt;6. Her joy was palpable.她的幸福溢于言表7. I have to use heavy-handed tactics.我只能采取铁腕政策#9658;heavy-handed 笨手笨脚的,不灵活的;严厉的,苛刻的;粗鲁的,粗俗的gt;gt;【读迷你小对话 学英语口语】第课:笨拙 - 6lt;lt;8. Bookkeeping is not really my line.财会不是我强项9. Peasant workers are poorly remunerated.农民工的收入很低. If you buy that house you’re on the hamster wheel.要是买了那房子,你还贷款就没个头了 品牌口语

  世会英语口语会话:在机场迎接(3) -01-7 :: 来源: Dialogue 3( On the way from the Pudong Airport to the hotel, Mr. Brown is talking with Ms. Lin)Mr. Brown: I didn't expect the airport to be SO efficient!Mrs. Lin: That's one of the changes.The government has done a lot to meet the needs of the World Expo.Mr. Brown: So you've increased the capacity of the airport.Mr. Lin: Yes. The airport terminals have been fully developed to receive thousands of tourists and business travellers every day. But it's more than that.Mr. Brown: You mean ...Mrs. Lin: The airport is not only an efficient transport hub, but also features a wide range of facilities such as shopping, leisure and conventions.Mr. Brown: Yes, I've noticed that.Mrs. Lin: It's also very convenient to travel from the airport to the downtown area.Mr. Brown: You can take a shuttle bus as well as the subway.Mrs. Lin: And the magnetic levitation train, which travels at a stunning speed.Mr. Brown: Yeah, MLT, I'll take it next time.对话 3(从浦东机场去宾馆的路上,布朗先生与林女士交谈)布朗先生:我没想到机场的效率会这么高!林女士: 这就是变化之一政府为了满足世会的需求做了很多工作布朗先生:所以你们增大了机场的容量林女士: 对机场的终端已经完全拓展,以迎接每天成千上万的游客和商务人士但还不止这些布朗先生:你是指......林女士: 机场不仅是一个高效的运输中心,而且还具备一系列的购物、和会展设施布朗先生:对我已经注意到了林女士: 从机场去市中心也很方便布朗先生:可以乘地铁和往返班车林女士: 还有磁悬浮列车,它行驶的速度快得惊人布朗先生:噢,磁悬浮列车,下次我一定要乘坐 迎接 机场 英语口语 布朗从不同角度看待事物,你就能更轻松地抓住生活的精髓;而当你仅从一个角度片面地观察世界时,就很可能会变得愤世嫉俗Walk clean around the hillNOW THAT I can look back across the years from the so-called vantage point of experience in two World Wars,travel throughout a large part of the world, and contact with many of the outstanding personalities of our time,it gives me a great deal of real reassurance each day to know that way down deep I learned some fundamental values when I was a boy in a small town in Nebraska.I have found one thing to be so very true - the virtues I learned as a boy are still fundamental virtues.My point of view has changed,of course,over the years, and so has that of my friends,but so much of all this change of viewpoint is like a small boy gazing at a hill on the plains of Nebraska.The hill remains the same. The small boy only sees it from another angle as he grows up.I have always tried to walk completely around every hill I have found in existence since, so that I could get a view from every angle. This,I think,reveals the difference between honsty and cynicism.When you see the hill from every angle, you have a much better chance at keeping life in focus.When you only see it from one angle you run the very great danger of becoming cynical.Two of the fundamental virtues that have benn such a great comt to me in my life, from the days of my boyhood in Wahoo,Nebraska, until now are loyalty and charity. There are other fundamentals I learned as a boy, but principally loyalty and charity.Loyalty is not only just a term - it has been a way of life me. I mean not only loyalty to my friends and family, but to the honest values on which our country was founded.And to me, this guidepost of loyalty of necessity means loyalty to one's own self.When I was growing up, I rebelled against so many things, and fought against so many of the basic ideas of life - but I found ofter so much rebellion and walking completely around that hill on the Nebraska plains, in my mind's eye,that these virtues had not been tested over the centuries in vain.Charity is another rule that has been of great comt to me in so many trying situatuons. Charity is something you must learn.I have been very lucky in life because I have been in a position to give charity,and one should never expect and other reward from charity that the satisfaction it gives.In taking part in any charity you must give from your heart.Any other type of giving is a terrible cheat on life itself.Charity and loyalty are two things that have touched my life very deeply. They have been a source of tremendous satisfaction to me every day I have lives. This rule of loyalty has caused me to check back on the course of my activities at the close of rach day, to be sure I haven't knowingly hurt anyone in my day's activities.I have tried to repair any hurts I have caused bee the day's end. This undoubtedly is very selfish of me because I have learned that this rechecking of each day gives me a good night's sleep.In walking around the hill on the plain each day of my life,the virtues I see - whether I am in London, Paris, Rome,Cairo,Now York,Hollwood or Wahoo,Nebraska - are always the same.I am grateful those old-fashioned virtues that I learned as a boy in Nebraska.And I hope I will have enough humility always to be thankful I was born in a country that give me this chance at life. 9

  The Old Man and the DogSaying goodbye to Meg was the hardest thing I‘ve ever done.She’d been part of my life so long,always there when I needed her.Throughout the last fifteen years,she’ d been my closest friend,sharing my joy and sadness.She’d seen me marry and divorce,have two children,lose my mother and nurse my father through a long illness.So much in one lifetime.We buried her in her favourite corner of the garden,beneath the flowering cherry tree.Matthew made a little cross out of wood and Laura carefully printed her name in red crayon1).Friends are always full of good advice at times like that.Get another dog is one of the favourites―but you can’ t replace a friend like that.My father had been left almost helpless after a stroke.I ‘ d nursed him back to health,but I was beginning to feel that we‘d taken a step backwards.A month after Meg’s passing,I took a tray) into the garden Dad.He liked to sit on the bench in the sunshine.“Tea and biscuits,Dad,”I said cheerfully.He turned away,startled,but not bee I’d seen the tear on his cheek.“What a lovely day,”I burbled,giving him time to compose himself.“Yes Jill,”he said at last.“It’ s beautiful.”“Try to eat something,Dad.”He sighed and looked up at the sky.“The children will be home from school soon.”I smiled.“Then you’ll have a fight on your hands if you want a biscuit.”He chuckled softly and I had to swallow the lump which had risen in my throat.“I love you,Dad.”I rested my hand on his shoulder.“Please,don’ t give up.”“I don’ t know what you mean.”He shrugged3).“Yes,you do.You’ve fought every inch of the way,you were winning,too,but lately,it’s as if you’ve just given up.”He heaved a sigh and picked up a biscuit,nibbling at it bee grinning at me.Dad’ s decline puzzled the doctor,too.“I’ m sorry.There’s nothing physically wrong with your father,apart from what’ s left over from the stroke.And mentally,well,I really don’t think there’s anything to worry about there.”The doctor was right.Dad’ s blood tests came back clear,and further tests showed nothing wrong.He should have been continuing to get better―but he wasn’ t.I tried all kinds of new meals to tempt his failing appetite.I even persuaded him to come a drive in the car,but as soon as we got home,he’d sink back into apathy and I‘d think,I‘m losing him again.What made it so much harder to bear was the fact that I remembered him so well as a young man.He‘d been so full of energy and life,carrying me on his shoulders,chasing me around the park and catching me up in his arms.He‘s set off a walk and always,always,I‘d run out of the house behind him.He‘d had such a zest) life that it broke my heart to see him now,sitting out in the garden,a blanket over his knees,gazing miserably into space.When he first came to live with us after the stroke,he’ d been bed-ridden.I smiled as I remembered how Meg had finally got hi m up.Dear Meg.She’d brought in a stick from the garden and trotted straight upstairs with it.I followed her,wondering what on earth she was up to.She deposited the stick on Dad’ s bed,then stepped back,wagging her tail like mad.Dad lifted his head from the pillow.“What’s this?”She barked ever so softly and nudged t he stick with her nose.“ me?”Dad chuckled,reaching it,but Meg was too quick and snatched the stick back.It turned into a game.Every time Dad tried to touch her stick,she whipped it away.At last,she dropped it on the floor.T his time,Meg let him pick it up.“Jill.”Dad shouted.“Jill.”When I got to him he was laughing.“Would you help me down the stairs?”he asked.“I’ d like to sit out in the garden.I can throw the stick Meg.”“Of course,Dad.”I’ d been thrilled and from that moment on,he’ d progressed in leaps and bounds.Meg had been a friend to me,a playmate to the children,but she’ d been so much more to Dad.She’d been with him all the time,keeping him company the hours he h ad to spend alone.No wonder he’d declined.He had time to sit and brood and think,an d sadness had settled all around him.The following day,I settled Dad in the garden and left the children playing under his watchful eye.“I won’t be long,”I promised.“You’ll be all right,Dad?If you want anything,Matthew can get it you.”“Thanks,love.”Dad smiled.“Don’ t worry.I ‘ ll keep an eye on things.”I could never replace Meg,I knew that.But I could,perhaps,fill a void in Dad’ s life.I’d never been to an animal home bee and wasn’t prepared the shock.Not only dogs,but cats,a couple of ponies,three pygmy goats and several rabbits wanted new homes.Two sisters ran the place.Hardly aware of what I was doing,I found myself pouring out my life story to them.Babs,one of the two nurses,led me to t he end of the row of pens.There,in the very end,I saw Sadie sitting in the corner.She wasn’t sitting quietly.She was howling―a sad,heart-broken noise.As soon as she saw us,she stopped and came over to me,staring a t me through the wire.She seemed to be weighing me up.When I poked my fingers through the bars,she shied5 away from them.I spoke softly to her,coaxing6)her to come to me.After w hat seemed an age,she came ward and licked my fingers.“She’ s very gentle,”I remarked,wondering how she would take to my noisy children.I’d aly lost my heart to her in a way I never imagined possible.“Her owners moved away,”Babs said.“They put her in boarding kennels,saying they’d be back in a week but they never returned.She won’ t give her trust easily,but if she’s given enough love―well,who knows ?”“How cruel.”I gasped.“How could they?”“Oh,it could have been a lot worse,”Babs continued.“She was never physically hurt,but her confidence has taken a terrible battering.She needs constant reassurance and can’ t bear to be alone.”“She’ d never be alone,”I said and Sadie wagged her tail as if she understood.And in our house,believe me,there’ s no shortage of love.“When I got home,Matthew and Laura were out of sight.Dad,as always,was staring into space.He didn’ t even bother to any more,but seemed to spend his whole life just watching time slip away.“Dad...”He turned and looked up at me,taking a moment or two to register that I wasn’ t alone.I looked at Dad’ s face.He stared at the dog and an awful moment,I thought he was going to reject her.But Dad could never be cru el...he stretched out his hand and called to her.“Come on,lass,”he said softly.“I won’ t hurt you.”At last,she ventured up to him and sniffed7) at his blanket.“What’ s her name?”Dad asked me.“Sadie.”“Hello,Sadie.”She sat beside him,pressing against his legs while he stroked her head.He ‘ d never tired of doing that,just as he’ d never tired of petting Meg.“She needs a lot of love,”I said and explained why.Dad looked really angry a moment.He could never stand any kind of cruelty,to animals,children or even over adults.“Well,”he said softly.“We ‘ ll just have to make it up to her.What made you get another dog?”“Well I...”“No,it’ s all right.”Dad patted my hand.“I know how you miss Meg.The children d o,too.She’ ll be company you and you’ ll be able to go nice long walks again.Perhaps I’ ll be able to take a turn with the walks.I don’ t intend to spend the rest of my life sitting here.”It was the first time in months he’ d given any thought to the future.It warmed my heart.“I couldn’ t go far at first,”he went on.“But if I gradually build up my strength...”Matthew and Laura appeared then and Sadie brightened up.She ran to greet them as if they were long-lost friends.When I looked at Dad,he was laughing.I thought of the people who had abandoned Sadie and wondered if they really knew just what they were missing.It was their loss,our gain.We were her family now and we ‘ d never let her down.I think she knew that.In fact,in a strange way,Sadie seemed to take over where Meg left off.Dad didn’ t take her out of the garden,but he’ d walk up and down with her,chatting all the time.She’d gaze up at him,entranced.Yesterday marked the annivresary of Meg’s death.A year has passed.A new era8) has begun.The children planted some snowdrops beneath the cherry tree,determined that Meg should never be gotten.We all shed a few tears.Then the miracle I‘d waited so long happened.Dad walked slowly into the kitchen and took Sadie’s lead down from its hook.Sadie barked merrily and turned round and round in circles until she almost fell over.She seemed to sense that this was a special occasion.“Right,anyone coming a walk?”He‘s only ever walked her round the garden bee.Longer walks were left to me or the children.I held my breath.“I’ll come.”Matthew grabbed his coat.“And me.”Laura was aly pushing her arms into the sleeves of her Jacket.I stood at the window and watch their s low progress down the road,Dad in the middle holding tight to Sadie’s lead,a child on either side of him.He got halfway down the road,then stopped.My heart stopped with him.I held my breath,then realized he’d stopped because he was laughing.He laughed so loud that I could even hear him.Tears ran freely down my face.I hurried to the hall,pulled my coat from the peg and ran outside.“Dad.”I yelled.They stopped and turned.“Dad,”I called again,feeling all of six years old.“Can I come?”“The more the merrier,”he called back and held out his arms,just like he use d to when I was a little girl.I ran to him,heart pounding,knowing that this time he wouldn’ t be able to lift me and whirl me round.But as he enfolded me in his arms and hugged me close,the feeling was every bit as good.“Welcome back,Dad,”I whispered,and he hugged me even tighter. 55

  英语标语大全中英对照之“Bus and Coach 公共汽车和长途汽车” -- ::53 来源: Bus inmation 公共汽车问讯处 Bus lane 公共汽车道 Bus stand 公共汽车停车处 Double deck buses 双层公共汽车End of bus lane 公共汽车道结束In case of fire, stay in vehicle 如遇火警,请呆在车内 Keep your belongings with you at all times 随时照看好你的物品The light indicates the door is not secured. 指示灯亮显示门未关好These seats are meant elderly and handicapped persons women with child. 老人,残疾人及抱小孩的妇女专座 This coach is holders of full fare. 本长途汽车专为持全程票者乘坐When the bus is moving, do not speak to the driver 汽车行使中,严禁与司机交谈 With permission, but at owner's risk 允许存放,但后果自负 公共 汽车 大全 中英。

  英语口语精华(四) -- :5:39 来源: Eg. I'll back you up all the way.我完全持你原句: I will support you from beginning to end.Eg. Why don't you get off my back?不要来打扰我,好不好?原句:Don't disturb me.Eg. That's enough of your back talk.不许你回嘴原句: I don't like the way you argue with me.Eg. Oh, my aching back啊呀,天啊,真糟!原句: Oh, God!Eg. I must say this about Lee, he's really on the ball.他做人醒目勤奋原句: He's really working hard.Eg. I'm beat.我累死了原句: I'm in exhausted.Eg. Why should I beat my brains out the salary I'm getting?我拿这么一点薪水,犯不着伤脑筋原句: I'm only getting a small salary, so I don't need to work too hard.Eg. Row,beat it!走开点原句: Get awayEg. Where did you get the beat-up old car?你从哪儿弄来那辆老爷车?原句: Where did you buy the broken-down car?Eg. Keep your big mouth shut.住嘴原句: Stop talking.Eg. He is a big-time operator.他这人很吃得开原句:He has Rood connections.Eg. Give me a break.给我一个机会啦原句:Give me a chance.Eg. Don't brush me off.不要敷衍我原句:Don't stall me.Eg. I don't buy your story.我不相信你原句:I don't believe you.Eg. Let's call it quits.算了吧!原句: Let's get it.Eg. His words carry a lot of weight.他的话很有力量原句: He is very influential.Eg. He is trying to cash in on me.他想占我便宜原句: He is trying to take advantage from me.Eg. It's a lot of chicken feed.这是小意思,不算什么原句: It's nothing.Eg. Don't chicken out. Be a man.不要退缩了原句:Don't back out.Eg. It's my cup of tea.这很合我胃口原句:It's my favorite.Eg. "What's my cut?"我有什么好处?原句:what's my share?Eg. Cut it out.不要这个样子啦! 原句: Don't be like that.Eg. That will be the day.有这么一天就好了原句:It's not possible.Eg. He double-crossed me.他出卖了我原句: He betrayed me.Eg. He's down and out.他已经完了原句:He is finished.Eg. Drop dead.走开点原句:Go away.Eg. Take it easy.不要这么紧张原句: Relax.What's eating you?你有什么烦恼?原句:what's bothering you?Keep an eye on him.看住他原句:Watch him.He is a fast talker.他老是说得天花乱坠原句:He is always bragging.I am fed up.我已经厌倦了原句: I am sick and tired.Please fill me in.请你把情形告诉我原句: Please tell me all about it.It's full of hot air.这是雷声大雨点小原句:Lots of talk and no action.What's the gag?这里面有什么奥妙?原句:What's the trick?He told me to get lost.他叫我走开原句:he told me go away.That's a good gimmick.那是一个好办法原句:That's good thinking.He gave me a pain in the neck.他真叫我头痛原句:He gave me trouble.He's always on the go.他永远是前进的原句: He's always going ahead.I'll have another go at it.我再试一次原句: I'll try again.I'll go along with you.我同意你原句: I'll agree with you.It's a good deal.这是一个好买卖原句:It's a good bargain.He always goofs off.他总是糊里糊涂原句: He always slips.Go on.不要这个样子啦!原句:Don't be like that.It's all Greek to me.我全不懂原句:I don't understand.I've had it.糟了(吃饱了)原句:I've had enough.I'm hard up.我经济很困难原句:I don't have money.He's having a hard time.他的处境不好原句:He's in trouble.Do to hell!滚蛋!原句: Go away.It's a hit.这件事很受人欢迎原句:It's very popular.He's in hot water.他在水深火热中原句: He is in deep trouble.So, you finally broke the ice.你终于打破了僵局原句:So,you finally broke through.What's in it me?我有什么好处?原句: What's my share?He is in a jam.他可糟了原句: He is in great trouble.Don't jump on me.不要跟我发火原句: Don't be angry at me.It's a lot of junks.这都是一些鬼东西原句: It's a lot of garbage.I got a big kick out of it.这件事真令我开心原句: It makes me laugh.What the kick back me?我有回扣拿吗?原句: What's my cut under the table?He kicked the bucket.他已经归天原句: He died.Are you kidding?你是不是开玩笑?原句: Are you joking?Oh! you are killing me!笑死人了原句:It's really funny.Knock it off.不要这个样子原句:Don't be like that.Stop pulling my leg.不要开我玩笑了原句:Don't make fun of me.You are out of line.你太过份了原句: You are over doing it.Please bring me up to date.把最近的情形告诉我原句: Please give me the latest inmation.I will make it up to you.我一定会补偿你的原句: I'll compensate you.You made it again. (You did it again.)你又得手了原句: You succeed again.You hit the nail on the head.你真是一言中的原句: You are absolutely right.No dice.不行原句:No way.He is a nut.他有点精神病原句: He is insane.Nuts!胡说!原句:Nonsense!It's on the house.这是免费的原句: It's free.He is an operator. (here it means a thief,a swindler,ect.)他是一个老滑头原句:He is a swindler.Don't panic.不要慌啊!原句:Don't be nervous.He passed out.他已经昏倒了!原句: He fainted.To me it is just peanuts.对我来讲,这太不值得了原句: It's nothing to me.He is a phoney.他是一个骗子原句: He is fake.Pick me up at seven tonight.今天晚上七点钟你来接我原句:Come and get me at seven tonight.He was put on the spot.他已经给人打死了原句:He was killed.He puts up a good show.他的表现很好原句:He behaves himself well.I can't put up with you any longer.我不能再忍耐了原句: I can't stand you any longer.Let's call it quits.我们算了吧!原句: Let's get the whole thing.He was taken a ride.他受骗了 原句:He was fooled.Let it ride.让他去吧!原句: Keep it as it is.I'm running this shop.我管理这个铺子原句:I'm the owner of the shop.Time is running out.时间不多了原句: There is not much time.He got the sack.他被开除了原句:He was fired.Says who?谁说的?我不同意原句:I don't agree.Let's have a show down with John.我们跟约翰摊牌原句:Let's tell Tom the truth.What's up your sleeves?你变的是什么戏法?原句: What do you have in mind?I am only a small potato.我只是一个小角色原句: I'm nobody.John Lee is a some-body, although be was a nobody two years ago.李约翰现在已是名人,虽然两年前是默默无闻的.原句: John Lee is a very important man, although he was anobody two years ago.He is now in the soup.他现在糟糕了原句: He is now in great trouble.Keep stalling him.继续拖延他吧原句: Keep brushing him off.Jack was all steamed up.杰克非常冲动原句: Jack was furious.I'm having a swell time.我玩得很开心 原句:I'm having a wonderful time.I was taken in.我受骗了原句: I was cheated.Tell it to the marines.我不会相信的原句:I don't believe.That's it.不错,就是这样原句:That's the whole story.There you go again.啊呀!你又来了!原句:No, not again.What's up?有什么好新闻?原句: What's going on?What are you up to?你又搞什么鬼?原句: What do you intend to do now?I'm on the wagon.我戒酒了原句: I quit drinking.Walls have ears.隔墙有耳 原句: Keep your voice down.Still water runs deep.大智若愚原句:A wise man playing a fool.What do you say?你的意思怎么样?原句: What do you think?So what?那又怎么样?原句: What can you do about it?What's up?有什么事情吗?原句: Anything happen? 精华 英语口语 What 不要

  如果你想理解什么是逆境,就去拿两颗从同一棵树上摘下来年龄相同的橡树果,并且把它们种到不同的地方第一颗种在浓密的树林当中,而另外一颗则单独种在一座山上Two Acorns If you want to understand adversity, take two identical acorns from the same oak tree and plant them in two different locations. Plant the first in the middle of a dense est, and the other on a hill by itself.Here’s what will happen. The oak standing on a hillside is exposed to every storm and gale. As a result its roots plunge deep into the earth and sp in every direction, even wrapping themselves around giant boulders. At times it may seem the tree isn’t growing fast enough—but the growth is happening underground. It’s as if the roots know they must ported the tree from the threatening elements.What about the acorn planted in the est? It becomes a weak, frail sapling having to compete with giant oaks nutrients and space.. And since it is protected by its neighbors, the little oak doesn’t sense the need to sp its roots support.Don’t be afraid of adversity! Welcome it! That’s your surefire route to ultimate success. 90

  “丰满”说法多 -01-7 00:: 来源: 在我们汉语的习惯里,"胖"有赞美,恭维人的意思,如"祝贺你生了个大胖小子","胖呼呼",甚至给熟悉的人起个绰号叫"胖子"(当然是爱称)可见"胖"在汉语中有"健康""生活舒心"的意思那么英语里可以这么说吗?在英语中,关于"胖",我们首先想到的就是"fat"但"fat"在英语中是个强烈的贬义词,是"愚笨","迟缓","自制力差"的标志,所以在西方如果说某人"fat",不仅是对别人的伤害与歧视,也是自身粗鲁无教养的表现那应该如何恰当而又有礼貌地表达"胖"、"丰满"呢?下面是一些常见的委婉语,不论是翻译还是口语都很有用1. gain weight 增加体重,例如:People who drink diet soft drinks don't lose weight. They gain weight, a new study finds.. super size person 超大之人,例如:No more hamburgers, I don't want to be a super size person.3. heavyset 身子重的,体格粗壮、敦实的,例如:He was tall and heavyset.. nutritionally endowed 营养丰富的,例如:Though garlic is a nutritionally endowed food, it is only consumed in small amounts.5. gravitationally challenged 受地球引力挑战的(增加的体重确实在挑战地球引力),例如:That girl is gravitationally challenged.6. well-built 体格健美的,体型匀称的,例如:That girl is well-built.7. stout 结实的,壮实的,例如:She is getting too stout her dresses.8. big-boned 骨架大的,例如:I'm not fat, just big-boned.9. overweight 超重的,例如:Overweight in a child should not be neglected.. chubby 胖呼呼的(多指小孩和女子),例如:The baby has a chubby face.. buxom 形象健康丰满的,健美的,例如:A generation ago, fat babies were considered healthy and buxom actresses were popular, but society has since come to worship thinness.同样,"瘦"不能说"skinny",这可是"皮包骨"的意思(时尚界的许多模特正在朝这个方向发展),要形容一个人苗条应该用 "slender","slim",或"delicate""减肥"则可以说"lose pounds"或"lose weight"总之,"胖"和"瘦"是英美人敏感的话题,"fat "和"skinny"的使用要十分小心,注意回避但是有一个例外就是" phat "(妙,好,酷),是"fat "的异体词,在口语中常常用于赞美美妙的东西,相当于"cool "例如"The car is really a phat. "(南京师范大学通讯员朱宇清供稿 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 说法 例如 英语 weight

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