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Conversation A : At a Tennis MatchMARTIN: Thank you for talking with me, Daoud.?DAOUD: You're welcome. These are my friends. This is Juma. And this is Mona.?MARTIN: Hello. I'm Martin Learner.?DAOUD: Martin is writing a story about me. He's a reporter.?MONA: Hi.?JUMA: Hello. What newspaper do you write forMARTIN: I'm not a newspaper reporter. I'm a radio reporter.?JUMA: Oh, I see. Do you like tennisMARTIN: Yes, I do. I play tennis. But I don't play very well. Do you play tennis?JUMA: No, I don't.?MARTIN: Mona, do you like tennisMONA: I like to watch. I don't play. Daoud is the only tennis player.?MARTIN: Daoud, do you like other sportsDAOUD: I like some sports.?MARTIN: What sports do you likeDAOUD: I like to watch track. I like the running and jumping.?MARTIN: Do you like track, JumaJUMA: Yes, I do. I was a runner in school.?MARTIN: Do you run nowJUMA: No, I don't. I like to watch running.?MARTIN: Do you like other sports, MonaMONA: I like to watch. I don't do anything.?MARTIN: You don't swim or run, or play tennisMONA: No, I don't do anything.?MARTIN: What do you like to watchMONA: I like to watch tennis. I like basketball.?MARTIN: What other sports do you play, DaoudDAOUD: I run.?MARTIN: Do you like runningDAOUD: Sometimes. I run every day. It's good for my tennis.?JUMA: I run with Daoud sometimes.?MARTIN: Do you run, MonaMONA: No, I don't run.?MARTIN: What do you like to doMONA: I like to . I like to cook. I like to travel. I like to shop.?JUMA: Yes, she likes to shop.?MARTIN: What do you like to shop forMONA: I like to shop for clothes. Daoud likes to shop, too.?MARTIN: What do you like to shop for, DaoudDAOUD: I like to shop for clothes, too.?MARTIN: Daoud, you're a very good tennis player. When did you beginDAOUD: I began when I was 10 years old. I live in Virginia. I began in school.MARTIN: Did you like to play tennisDAOUD: Sometimes.?MARTIN: You liked to play sometimesDAOUD: I liked other sports, too. I liked swimming in the summer. And I liked running. And other things.?Practice 1:用 like 谈论喜欢的事情、活动及人。?Examples: JUMA: Do you like tennisMARTIN: Yes, I do. Mona, do you like tennisMONA: I like to watch.?MARTIN: Daoud, do you like other sportsDAOUD: I like some sports.?MARTIN: I like to watch track. I like the running and the jumping.? MARTIN: Do you like track, JumaDAOUD: Yes, I do.?会话A : 看网球赛?马 丁:谢谢你与我交谈,达伍德。?达伍德:不客气,他们是我的朋友,这是朱玛,这是莫娜。?马 丁:你们好,我叫马丁·勒纳。?达伍德:马丁正在写一篇有关我的报导,他是记者。?莫 娜:你好。?朱 玛:你好,你为哪家报纸写文章马 丁:我不是报社记者,我是电台记者。?朱 玛:噢,我明白了。你喜欢网球吗马 丁:是的,喜欢。我打网球,但打得不太好。你打网球吗朱 玛:不,我不打。?马 丁:莫娜,你喜欢网球吗莫 娜:我喜欢看,不喜欢打,达伍德是惟一的网球运动员。?马 丁:达伍德,你还喜欢其它的运动吗达伍德:有些运动我喜欢。?马 丁:你喜欢什么运动达伍德:我喜欢看田径运动,我喜欢跑步和跳高跳远。?马 丁:朱玛,你喜欢田径吗朱 玛:是的,喜欢。我上学时是名赛跑运动员。?马 丁:你现在还跑步吗朱 玛:不,我不跑了。我喜欢看赛跑。?马 丁:莫娜,你还喜欢别的运动吗莫 娜:我喜欢观看,我不喜欢去做。?马 丁:你不游泳、跑步,或打网球吗莫 娜:不,我什么也不做。?马 丁:你喜欢看什么莫 娜:我喜欢看网球,我喜欢蓝球。?马 丁:达伍德,你还做其它的什么运动达伍德:我跑步。?马 丁:你喜欢跑步达伍德:有时喜欢,我每天都跑步,这对我打网球有好处。?朱 玛:我有时和达伍德一起跑步。?马 丁:莫娜,你跑步吗莫 娜:不,我不跑步。?马 丁:你喜欢做什么莫 娜:我喜欢读书,我喜欢烹调,我喜欢旅游,我喜欢逛商店。?朱 玛:是的,她喜欢逛商店买东西。?马 丁:你喜欢逛商店买什么莫 娜:我喜欢逛商店买衣,达伍德也喜欢逛商店。?马 丁:达伍德,你喜欢逛商店买什么达伍德:我也喜欢逛商店买衣。?马 丁:达伍德,你是名很出色的网球运动员,你什么时候开始打网球的达伍德:我十岁时开始的,我住在弗吉尼亚,我在上学时就开始了。?马 丁:那时你喜欢打网球吗达伍德:有时候喜欢。?马 丁:你有时候喜欢达伍德:我那时也喜欢其它的运动,我喜欢在夏天游泳,我还喜欢跑步,还有其它的事情。 /200602/3394。

  • 原味人文风情:This is Gudetama. It#39;s an egg yolk with a little butt crack. Gudetama looks like a character someone gave up on—it has limbs but no fingers or toes; it has a mouth but no teeth. And yet, people can#39;t get enough of it. You can find it on backpacks, cups, airplanes, credit cards, and it even has its own theme cafe. But Gudetama#39;s cute looks aren#39;t the driving force behind its insane popularity. Its main attraction is its lazy personality.这是蛋黄哥。它是一颗有一条小股沟的蛋黄。蛋黄哥看起来像一个被人放弃的角色--它有四肢但没有手指或脚趾;它有嘴巴但没有牙齿。然而,人们有再多蛋黄哥都不嫌多。你可以在背包、杯子、飞机、信用卡上看到它的身影,它甚至还有自己的主题咖啡厅。不过蛋黄哥的可爱外貌并不是它爆红的主要因素。它主要吸引人的地方是它软烂的个性。 ;Can I go home now?;「我现在能回家了吗?」;You#39;re the star of the show...;「你是节目的主角耶...」Gudetama comes from a Japanese company called Sanrio. You might have heard of them. They#39;re the creators behind Hello Kitty. In 2013, Sanrio held a company-wide competition to come up with a food-based character. And once people voted, Gudetama didn#39;t end up on top.蛋黄哥出自一家叫三丽鸥的日本公司。你可能听过他们。他们是 Hello Kitty 背后的创造者。2013 年,三丽鸥举办了一场全公司的竞赛来构思出以食物为主的角色。而人们投了票,蛋黄哥最后并未得到第一名。Kirimichan, the salmon fillet, came in first. We actually started to release products based on the salmon fillet and its friends. Gudetama, the lazy egg, came in second, but we also released products based on Gudetama, and it really, really took off.鲑鱼君,一块鲑鱼排,获得首奖。我们真的开始发行以这块鲑鱼排和它的朋友为主的产品。蛋黄哥,一颗懒散的蛋,得到第二名,不过我们也发行了以蛋黄哥为主的产品,而它真的大受欢迎。The appeal of Gudetama#39;s melancholy stands in contrast to the American concept of cuteness, which is pretty straightforward. The idea of cute represents goodness and optimism, while pessimism tends to define evil. This is evident in some of Disney#39;s early films.蛋黄哥的郁闷吸引力和美国对可爱的看法十分不同,美国的可爱还满浅显易懂的。可爱这概念就代表良善和乐观,而悲观往往是邪恶的特性。这在一些迪斯尼早期的电影中显而易见。As you can see, there is a clear divide between good and evil. Villains are usually depicted as unappealing, scary, and old—draped in shadows and dark colors. They#39;re meant to be identified as evil, which means that they can never be cute. But in Japan, there#39;s more of a gray area to this. The word ;kawaii; is widely used to describe the quality of being like a child, which means that you can be cute and lazy at the same time.如你所见,好与坏之间有很清楚的分界。坏人通常被描绘成不迷人、可怕而且衰老的--掩盖在阴影和深色中。他们本该被视为是邪恶的,那也就代表他们永远不可能可爱。不过在日本,这比较有模糊地带。「卡哇伊」一词被广泛用来形容像孩子一样的特性,代表你可以同时又可爱又懒散。Yeah, kawaii is a fascinating idea to me. It#39;s a very vulnerable kind of cute. It#39;s forcing, like... It#39;s you#39;re so cute that you make people wanna take care of you.嗯,卡哇伊对我来说是个很有趣的概念。那是种很脆弱的可爱。那迫使,象是... 就是你可爱到让人想来照顾你。The term emerged in the 1970s and became a big part of Japanese culture. It was shown through fashion, handwriting, and even behavior. And many Japanese artists and academics believed that this popular culture on cuteness happened for a reason.这个词在 1970 年代出现,成为日本文化很重要的一部分。可爱被透过时尚、笔迹,甚至是行为表现出来。而许多日本艺术家和学者相信这种可爱流行文化的出现是有原因的。In Japan, the kawaii culture is often linked to the country#39;s post-World War II years.在日本,可爱文化常被和国家在二战后的那些年作连结。;...a message from the Japanese government. I deem this reply a full acceptance of the Potsdam Declaration.;「...来自日本政府的一则讯息。我将此回覆视为对波兹坦宣言的全然接受。」The idea is that because of its trauma and defeat, the country leaned into its vulnerability. And since then, the concept of kawaii has grown and even formed smaller subgroups.那见解是认为因为日本的的创伤和战败,这国家接受了自身的脆弱。而自那时起,卡哇伊这个概念便开始成长,甚至形成了一些较小的次级团体。This is kimo-kawaii, which is sometimes called ;gro-kawaii.; And there is yuru-kawaii. Yuru means relaxed and calm. According to cartooning expert Aya Kakeda, this particular group became popular because of the stress in modern society. She points out that in the U.S., people are drawn to spas and meditation for relaxation, but in Japan, yuru#39;s calm appearance brings comfort to a lot of people.这是丑萌,有时也被称作「恶心萌」。还有懒萌。Yuru 的意思是放松和平静。根据卡漫专家悬田阿也表示,这个类别变得受欢迎是因为现代社会的压力。她指出在美国,人们喜欢用 spa 疗程和冥想来放松,但在日本,懒萌角色的平和外表疗愈了许多人。You can also see a shift in Sanrio#39;s characters throughout the years. They#39;ve started giving them a personality to make them more relatable. When Hello Kitty came out in 1974, she was more traditionally cute than Gudetama, but she remained somewhat emotionless. She doesn#39;t even have a mouth to smile or frown with, and that makes her more of a blank canvas—she can be whatever we want her to be. But many people feel a connection with Gudetama because of its gloomy personality. This approach to cuteness extends beyond appearances. It evokes a reaction. These characters can make you laugh or feel relaxed, and you can relate to them by observing their personality.你也可以看到三丽鸥的角色在这些年来的变化。他们开始赋予角色个性来让它们更亲切。当 Hello Kitty 在 1974 年问世时,她相较于蛋黄哥是种比较传统的可爱,不过她有一点没有感情。她甚至没有嘴巴来微笑或表示不满,那使得 Hello Kitty 比较像张空白画布--她可以变成我们想要的任何样子。不过很多人因为蛋黄哥忧郁的个性而感到和它有种连结。这种对可爱的诠释超越了外表。那激发出一种反应。这些角色能让你开怀笑或感到放松,而你可以透过观察他们的个性来产生共鸣。So at a time of confusion and turmoil all around the world, maybe this is just what we need—an egg yolk with a little bum that#39;s just done dealing with life.所以在一个到处充满困惑和动荡的时代,或许这就是我们所需要的--一颗有着小屁股的厌世蛋黄。;Can#39;t see the future.;「看不到未来。」;Today might be a better day.;「今天或许会是更美好的一天。」 Article/201706/513261。
  • The best guess was that the plague was caused by a corruption of the atmosphere最佳的猜测便是这场瘟疫 是由空气中的腐败气息所造成的putrefaction - the mark of men and beasts rising from lakes, swamps and chasms.人畜造成的腐败物 在湖泊 沼泽和深洞中溢出气体This dank smog even had a name,miasma.这些潮湿的雾气甚至有名字 瘴气If sickness grew in stench,then sweet smells were an obvious remedy.如果疾病是由这些臭气引起 那么甜美的气味当然就是解药Physicians and herbalists lost no time in devising recipes for pomanders and potions医生和药师争分夺秒 设计各色香丸和香帖的方剂to guard against infection,or even to act as an antidote for the stricken.以预防瘟疫 甚至作为病患的解药Five cups of rue if it be a man.If it be a woman, leave out the rue.如果是男人 五杯芸香 如果是女人 就不要用芸香Five little blades of columbine.A great quantity of marigold flowers.五片耧斗菜叶 大量金盏草花An egg that is newly laid, and make a hole in one end and blow out all that is within, and lay it to the fire一个新下的蛋 一头开一个洞 把里面的东西倒空 然后放在火上烤and roast it till ground to powder, but do not burn it.直到烤成粉末 但小心不要烧着了And brew all these herbs with good ale,but do not strain them. And make the sick drink it for three evenings and mornings.把所有这些草药和上好的啤酒一起酿 但小心别压坏了 然后给病患 早晚各一 连喝三天If they hold it in their stomach, they shall have life.他们只要不吐出来就能得救But if God decided otherwise,all the potions in the world would be of no avail.但如果这都是上帝的旨意 那世上所有的香帖都不会有效 /201611/478278。
  • Hi, my name is Rebecca, and in today#39;s lesson, I#39;ll show you how to express your opinion in English.大家好,我是Rebecca。今天我们将学习如何用英语表达观点。Now, this is important whether you#39;re participating in a conversation, a debate, or a discussion,不论是在交谈中、辩论中、讨论时,or whether you#39;re writing a report, or an evaluation, or proposal.还是在写报告、写评估报告或建议书时,正确地表达你的观点非常重要。You#39;re still going to need various types of phrases and expressions to express your view. So let#39;s look at what some of these expressions are. Okay?这一课我们将学习多种表达观点的短语和句型。让我们首先看看下列短语。So, here are some of the most common ones. Now, the one at the top is probably the strongest, and the one down here is the weakest. So let#39;s go through them.这是些常用表达。最上边的短语可能是其中语气最强硬的,下边这一个是语气最弱的。让我们来看看。You could say: I think the government should keep university free, for example, or I believe...;你可以说:我认为政府应该实行免费大学教育,或者我相信...next one: I feel or I suppose the government should keep university free. Now, you see with my body language, here, it#39;s a little bit weaker.下一个:我感觉或者我觉得政府应该实行免费大学教育。可以看到,根据我的肢体语言,这句的语气稍弱。So you say: I suppose the government should keep university free.你可以说:我觉得政府应该实行免费大学教育。But this kind of body language kind of suggests that you#39;re not very sure, but you think so. All right?但是这种肢体语言有种暗示:“你并不确信但是你确实是这么想的”。Last one is very weak, but you could use it if you have, if you believe it a little bit. Okay? In that position.最后一个短语的语气非常弱,但是如果你对你说的话有那么一丢丢的确信,你就可以使用这个短语。I guess the government should keep university free. Right? It#39;s weak, but it#39;s acceptable. All right? Again, these are the stronger options.我猜政府应该实行免费大学教育。这个语气虽弱,但是也可以接受。这些是较强语气的短语。Here are some other expressions: In my opinion, we should accept their offer.还有一些其他表达:在我看来,我们应该接受他们的出价。Or In my view, we should accept their offer. Okay? So you could also use any of these,in my opinion.或者我认为,我们应该接受他们的出价。因此,这两种表达都可用。Now, remember here, we don#39;t need any kind of punctuation after: I think. It just goes directly: I think the government should keep university free.要记住,在I think的后边不需要加任何标点。只用直接写I think the government should keep university free。即可。But here, we do have a comma. Okay? So, In my opinion, - comma - or In my view, - comma - that#39;s important when you#39;re writing. Okay?但是在这里我们需要加上逗号。在我看来——逗号——,或者我认为——逗号——。这一点在书写时尤为重要。Next one, From my viewpoint, or From my point of view, or From my perspective, it#39;s time to make a decision. Okay?下一个,从我的角度来看,是时候做决定了。Again, with each of these, remember there is a comma after that expression. Okay?再次强调,这里需要加上逗号。明白了么?Next one: According to me, the Prime Minister should resign. Okay? Or It seems to me that you should take the job. All right?下一个:照我看,首相应该辞职。或者在我看来,你应该接受这份工作。So these are some other expressions. Now, that#39;s a lot of expressions, so what you want to do is to choose the expressions that you like.相关表达有很多,而你只需要挑几个你喜欢的就行。Perhaps these could be this... The sort of translation of the expressions that you use in your own language, because you probably like those expressions.随便哪个都可以。这有点像是中英短语翻译,只用选你喜欢的。So learn a few of them correctly, rather than trying to learn all of them and getting them mixed up. Okay?你只需正确掌握其中几个表达,而不是学习所有短语,这样会弄混淆。好么?So you don#39;t want to say: From my opinion or something like that. So it#39;s better to learn a few of them and use them correctly. All right?你不会说:在我看来或是一些什么...学习并掌握好其中几个就够了。If you#39;d like some more practice with this, you can go to our website: www.engvid.com如果你想做一些相关练习,请登入我们的网站www.engvid.comand there you can do a quiz on this subject and also watch English learning s on lots of other topics in English. Okay?你可以在网站上做些相关小测试并观看其他英语学习视频。Thanks very much for watching, and good luck with your English.谢谢观看。下期见。 Article/201707/516447。
  • 栏目简介:《外国人在北京》是英语视频听力下面的子栏目,节目关注在北京生活的外国人的时尚新生活。话题紧紧围绕网络生活,每日的话题内容按照网络热门固定划分为家居、汽车、数码、饰美容、健身、交友、美食等,了解外国人生活的同时通过网络互动提供一个中外人士互相帮助的平台。 Article/201608/430398。
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