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宜昌专业治性病医院宜昌中心人民医院尿科B地道英语口语:Hoody 年轻小混混Neil: This is Real English from B Learning English. I’m Neil.Helen: And I’m Helen.Neil: Today we’re going to look at words and phrases that have recently become part of the English language.Helen: 今天的 Real English, 我们来学学英语中出现的新习惯用语。Neil: English has a lot of vocabulary. One of the reasons for this is that new words are constantly coming into use.Helen: 所以跟着 Real English 学英语是非常重要的。Neil: Absolutely!Helen: 今天要教我们什么新词儿啊,Neil.Neil: Today’s new word is "hoody". – H.O.O.D.Y. – hoody.Helen: Hoody, 是什么意思啊?Neil: Well, a hoody is a teenage boy who typically wears a sweatshirt with a hood.Helen: 哦,hoody就是指那些穿着运动衣裹着头巾戴着帽子的青少年。Neil: Yes, but the name hoody has a negative sense for many people.Helen: Hoody 是个贬义词,能不能再给我们解释解释,Neil。Neil: Yes. Hoodies are often violent or commit crime.Helen: Hoodies 就是那些特别不愤儿的暴力小混混儿,有那么厉害吗?Neil: Yes. Hoodies are often responsible for violent crimes or street robberies.Helen: 哦,这些叫 hoody 的人,就是那些爱找事儿的年轻人,他们其实才只有十几岁呀。Neil: That’s right. Insert A: I don’t feel safe going into the town centre at night. B: Me neither. There are gangs of hoodies just standing around or causing trouble. Helen: 那 Neil, 是所有的 hoody 都有暴力倾向吗?Neil: I don’t think so, but they look frightening.Helen: 他们看上去都很凶。Neil: Yes. Hoodies look dangerous, so many people avoid them.Helen: Right, okay.Neil: I have seen many hoodies in England, but I have never had a problem.Helen: Really?Neil: No, never. But I still prefer to stay away from hoodies if possible.Helen: 那倒是, 能避开就避开吧。Neil: But, Helen, most teenagers are really lovely people. Anyway, let’s recap – a hoody - means a teenager wearing a hooded sweatshirt who intimidates others or causes violence. Helen: 这个词就是爱找事儿的小年轻儿,而且还都一副气势汹汹的样子。好了,Neil,咱们结束的时间要到了。Neil: Yes, it’s time to go. You’ve been listening to Real English from B Learning English. Join us again soon for more up-to-the-minute Real English. Bye.Helen: See you next time. /200711/19917湖北省宜昌男健医院看泌尿科怎么样 Larry和李华一起看奥斯卡颁奖典礼。李华今天要学两个常用语,Glitz和Fashion Risk. LL: Wow! I just love watching the Oscar Awards show, Li Hua. There is nothing quite as wonderful as the glitz of Hollywood. LH: 我也特别喜欢看奥斯卡。不过Larry, 你刚才说glitz of Hollywood, glitz是什么意思啊? LL: Glitz generally refers to a spectacular visual display of glamour and wealth. LH: 我每年看奥斯卡,最喜欢的就是看那些电影明星都穿些什么式样的晚礼,戴什么首饰。所以说,glitz就是光照人、让人眼花缭乱的意思。 LL: Most of the glitz of the Oscars Award Show is what the actors and actresses are wearing. People enjoy deciding which stars at the Oscars are the best dressed, and which are the worst. LH: Larry, 那你觉得今年谁穿得最漂亮,谁又穿得最难看呢? LL: Well, I haven't really decided yet, because we haven't finished watching the show. But I would have to say what Nicole Kidman is wearing is just too glitzy for my tastes. LH: Glitzy 肯定是从glitz来的。 妮可·基德曼Nicole Kidman穿的是一条很高雅、线条很简单的黑裙子,怎么会过于奢华呢? LL: Well, it isn't Nicole Kidman's dress that is so glitzy, it is the *huge* diamond necklace that she is wearing with it. LH: 这我同意。她戴的钻石项链确实太醒目了。不过,这是好莱坞盛会,本来就是如此奢华的。 LL: Sure, but sometimes I think there is too much glitz! What about you, Li Hua? Who did you think is the best dressed? LH: 那当然是乔治.克鲁尼George Clooney喽!不过,男明星跟女明星比起来,可就逊色多了。 LL: The female stars really get to put on the glitz with their colorful gowns in different styles and their jewelry. (Music) LH: Larry, 你看,这是今年我最喜欢的电影主题曲,真希望这首歌能赢。 LL: I liked this song, too. Wow, they didn't cut back on the glitz for this musical number. Look at all the dancers and the special lighting effects. LH: 太棒了!I love the glitz of Hollywood! LL: Well, I am glad you are enjoying it, Li Hua, because the Oscars Award Show is very, very long. I think we still have at least three more hours of glitz! ****** LL: So, now the Oscars are almost over. Which star do you think took the biggest fashion risk tonight, Li Hua? LH: Fashion risk? 时尚冒险?哦,我知道了,你是说哪个明星穿着大胆,冒着可能不被别人接受的风险,对吧? LL: Yes, that's right, Li Hua. A fashion risk is when someone wears something bold and dramatic, hoping that the people will think it is very stylish. LH: 如果这种大胆尝试不符合观众和媒体的口味呢? LL: If a star wears something unfashionable tonight at the Oscar Awards Show, it will be in all the newspapers and all over the Internet tomorrow. LH: 我觉得,在《汉娜.蒙塔娜》里演主角的小明星麦莉·赛勒斯的穿着最有可能引起争论。你觉得呢? LL: I'll agree it was a bit of a fashion risk for someone so young to wear such a bright red dress, but I don't think she was the biggest fashion-risk taker at the Oscars tonight. LH: 那你觉得是谁呢? LL: I can't remember her name. But - you can't forget the dress she wore, the one with the leopard print design. Now that's taking a fashion risk! LH: 我也记得那条象豹子斑点的裙子。虽然有些别出心裁,但她穿上去挺好看的,不知道时装家明天会怎么说。 LL: Well, I don't see how the critics could like that dress. But then again, what do I know? I'm not much of a fashion risk-taker myself. LH: 对啊,你每天就是衬衫和休闲裤,从来也不换换花样。 LL: That's right. The biggest fashion risk I take is when I decide that I am going to wear a striped shirt instead of a plain one! 今天李华学到了两个常用语。一个是Glitz, 指光照人,让人眼花缭乱。另一个是 fashion risk, 指穿着大胆,挑战时尚。 /200811/55206五分钟英语快餐 第88期:Strength 相关专题: 社交美语英语口语 /200809/47499宜昌泌尿科医院治疗前列腺炎多少钱

宜昌伍家岗区治疗包皮包茎哪家医院最好我不知道我能否找到意中人.I wonder if I'll ever meet the right guy.Meet the right guy表示(女性)遇到命中注定的人. /201005/103187宜昌中心医院男性专科 B: I bought it. I got a watch, too. The company that sells this car has a car club.A: Where you can buy lots of paraphernalia?B: Yeah, and meet other drivers of the same car!A: Cool!B: I know girls love this kind of car. Look, it's got a sunroof! Imagine...a cool, starry night...A: So, you're going to use Sarah's car to go cruising for chicks?B: No. I borrowed it to go shopping. /201101/124171宜昌市男健医院男科专家挂号

宜昌夷陵区看前列腺炎好吗be hard hit/be hit hardTo be badly affected by something that has happened.沉重的打击,让我们的心都凉了一大块。打击来自不同的方面,都可以用这个词组去表达当时的感受。Old people are hardest hit by the rising cost of living.生活费用上升,老年人最受影响。We've been really hard hit for money this year.这些年我们为了钱,折腾了够呛。I hope that you are not too hard hit over him. You'll find someone else.我希望你不要太心灰意冷了,你会找到更好的人 /200809/47491 生活中,我们总是会遇到各种各样的“卡壳”事件,比如,复印机卡纸,鱼刺卡在喉咙里等等。今天咱们就来说说这些不同场合下的“卡壳”。1. This drawer sticks badly. 这个抽屉卡得死死的。2. The key stuck in the lock. 钥匙卡在锁里了。3. The bus stuck in the mud. 公共汽车陷在泥里了。4. There's some paper stuck in the machine. 复印机卡纸了。5. I was stuck in traffic. 我遇上堵车了。6.The zipper on my bag has got stuck. 我包上的拉链卡住了。7. If you get stuck, skip the question. 如果哪一道题做不出来,就先做下一题。8. The words stuck in my throat. 这些话我难以启齿。9. My coins got stuck in this slot. 我的硬币被卡在投币口了。10. A fishbone stuck in his throat. 一根鱼刺卡在他喉咙里了。 /201003/97960点军区治疗膀胱炎多少钱宜昌包皮手术哪里比较好



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