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New Year In US New Year in ed States is celebrated on January 1, the first day of Gregorian Calendar. This is a Federal holiday in US. On this day, many people make resolutions to give away bad deeds and renew life with good ones. It's the time to remember the achievements and make merry for the New Year. New Year is expected to bring good luck and charm for people and this is the reason why Americans love to celebrate it with fun and enjoyment. 在美国,每年的1月1日是新年,这是联邦节日。这一天,人家将抛弃过去一年不好的事情,许下新年的美好愿望,辞旧迎新。新年也标识着一个新的美好的开始,这一天大家都很快乐。 /200911/90114

法语可能被称为爱情的专属语言,其实不然。英语同样拥有一整套恋爱专用语。这里就有一些简单而适用于男女朋友之间互诉衷肠的表达方式。 Love makes the world go round. 一些人认为有钱能使鬼推磨。但对于那些真正的浪漫主义者来说,爱才是生命中最重要的东西。 Your better half. 指你的男友或女友。你还可以称你的恋人为'my other half' - 但显然你的better half听起来要比your other half舒的多! The light of my life. light of your life是那个让你欢笑,感觉非常甜蜜的人!你还可以称你的爱人为, "Darling, you light up my life". She drives me crazy! 这可不意味着她要把你逼疯了!如果有人drives you crazy,他们正是那些让你心跳加速的人。例如,"You're crazy about Amy, why don’t you ask her out?" /200912/91910


  In the past two weeks we have looked at the happiness formula defined by positive psychologist Martin Seligman, where H (happiness) S (your biological set point for feeling happy) + C (the conditions of your life) + V (the voluntary choices you make). Next, we'll look at the conditions in life that can improve our happiness ient.Step 1: Peace and quietJonathon Haidt in his excellent book, 'The Happiness Hypothesis', notes that research shows that we can never completely adapt to new or chronic noise pollution. Loud noises trigger one of our most primitive fear responses (the other is the fear of falling) and we can never fully relax if we are surrounded by intrusive noise. Noisy neighbours are one of the most emotive causes of domestic upset for a very good reason. It is essential to have some peace and quiet every day. If you are unfortunate enough to live somewhere noisy, persist with complaining to your local council. Additionally, try wearing wax earplugs to give you some respite. If you need your TV, radio or music up loud, wearing headphones demonstrates altruism to your neighbours, which will make you and them feel good.Step 2: RelationshipsThis is the most important of all the external conditions that can improve your happiness ient. Often our deepest sources of unhappiness are found in poor relationships with others. A colleague at work who bullies or dismisses us creates untold wretchedness. A cruelly conflictual relationship with a partner or lover leaves us feeling betrayed and abandoned. A relationship with our parents or children which is not based on compassionate, unconditional regard creates isolation and misery. We never fully adapt to hostile relationships, they invidiously contaminate our wellbeing, squatting inside our minds as unresolved, destructive ruminations. When faced with such relationships, the most positive thing we can do is to either mend the relationship by confronting what is going wrong or learn to move on.Step 3: ShareIf I have discovered conditions or choices in life that have significantly improved my wellbeing, I would like to share them with you. Passing on what works is essential to improve our own and the wellbeing of others. /200812/58915

  We have all come across coincidences in our lives. To some they are amazing and worthy of note, to the skeptics, it is just the law of probability. Check out these 10 examples of coincidence and let me know what you think.What's in a Name?A computer error gave two women in America called Patricia the same social security number. When the two women were brought together in an office to rectify the blunder they discovered that* They had both been born with the names Patricia Ann Campbell* Both of their fathers were called Robert Campbell* Their birthdays were on 13th March 1941* They had both married military men in the year 1959 (within eleven days of each other)* They each had two children aged 19 and 21* They both had an interest in oil painting* Both had studied cosmetics* Both had worked as book-keepersBullet With Your Name on ItIn 1893, Henry Ziegland ended a relationship with his girlfriend.Tragically, his girlfriend took the news very badly, became distraught and took her own life.Her distressed brother blamed his sister's death upon Henry, he went round to Henry's house, saw him out in the garden and tried to shoot him.Luckily, the bullet only grazed Henry's face and embedded itself in a nearby tree.In 1913, twenty years after this incident, Henry decided to use dynamite to uproot a tree in his garden. The explosion propelled the embedded bullet from the tree straight into Henry Ziegland's head - killing him immediately.Lucky Hughs?On December 5th 1660, a ship sank in the straights of Dover - the only survivor was noted to be Hugh Williams.On 5th December 1767, another ship sank in the same waters - 127 lost their lives, the only survivor was noted to be Hugh WilliamsOn 8th August 1820, a picnic boat capsized on the Thames - there was one survivor - Hugh Williams.On 10th July 1940, a British trawler was destroyed by a German mine - only two men survived, one man and his nephew - they were both called Hugh Williams.With a Quack Quack HereMr McDonald was a farmer who lived in Canada - nothing extra-ordinary in that - until you learn that his postcode contained the letter sequence EIEIO.'Til Death Did Them PartIn 1996, Paris police set out to investigate a late night, high speed car crash, both drivers had been killed instantly.Investigations revealed that the deceased were in fact man and wife.Police initially suspected some kind of murder or suicide pact but it became apparent that the pair had been separated for several months - neither could have known that the other would have been out driving that night - it was just a terrible coincidence.She's Behind You!Michael Dick had been travelling around the UK with his family to track down his daughter, Lisa - who he had lost contact with ten years earlier.After a long fruitless search, he approached the Suffolk Free Press, who agreed to help him by putting an appeal in their newspaper.Fortunately, his long lost daughter saw the appeal and the pair were reunited. The odd thing was, his daughter had been right behind him when the free paper took the photograph - shown in the photograph above. What are the chances of that!Licensed To ThrillA fifteen year old pupil at Argoed High School in North Wales was to sit his GCSE examinations in 1990.His name was James Bond - his examination paper reference was 007.What Goes Around….In 1965, at the age of four, Roger Lausier was swimming off a beach in Salem - he got into difficulties and was saved from drowning by a woman called Alice Blaise.In 1974, on the same beach, Roger was out on a raft when he pulled a drowning man from the water - amazingly, the man he saved was Alice Blaise's husband.Lightning Never Strikes Twice?British cavalry officer Major Summerford was fighting in the fields of Flanders in the last year of WW1, a flash of lightning knocked him off his horse and paralysed him from his waist down.He moved to Vancouver, Canada, six years later, whilst out fishing, Major Summerfield was struck by lightning again and the right side of his body became paralysed.After two years of recovery, it was a summers day and he was out in a local park, a summer storm blew up and Major Summerfield was struck by lightning again - permanently paralysing him.He died two years after this incident.However, four years after his death, his stone tomb was destroyed - it was struck by lightning!Practice What You PreachBusinessman Danie de Toit made a speech to an audience in South Africa - the topic of his speech was - watch out because death can strike you down at any time.At the end of his speech, he put a peppermint in his mouth, and choked to death on it! /200902/62548。

  Your happiness could be contagiousStudy shows friends and even strangers benefit from your cheery moodFeeling inexplicably cheery today? Thank your friends. And your friends’ friends. And your friends’ friends’ friends.New research shows that happiness isn’t just an individual phenomenon; we can catch happiness from friends and family members like an emotional virus. When just one person in a group becomes happy, researchers were able to measure a three-degree sp of that person’s cheer. In other words, our moods can brighten thanks to someone we haven’t even met.“Especially in the ed States, we’re very used to thinking of ourselves as rugged individuals. But even very small things that happen to us have big impacts on dozens and hundreds of other people,” says James Fowler, a University of California, San Diego, political scientist, who co-authored the study with Harvard University medical sociologist Nicholas Christakis. “The things that we do and the things that we feel are going to reverberate throughout our social network.”On average, every happy person in your social network increases your own chance of cheer by 9 percent — and the effects of catching someone else’s happiness lasts up to one year. The study, which looked at nearly 5,000 individuals over 20 years, was published online Thursday in the British Medical Journal.Fowler and Christakis were able to map the social networks of 4,739 individuals with data from the Framingham Heart Study, an ongoing cardiovascular study. Participants in that study listed contact information for their closest friends, family members and neighbors, connecting the pair of researchers to more than 50,000 social ties. Fowler and Christakis have used that data set for similar studies published in the last two years that showed how obesity and smoking cessation can sp throughout a social network. The researchers used the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Index — a standard set of questions psychologists use to measure happiness — to analyze the cheeriness of the study participants. They found that when someone gets happy, that person’s friend experiences a 25 percent increased chance of becoming happy. A friend of that friend experiences a nearly 10 percent chance of increased happiness, and a friend of that friend has a 5.6 percent increased chance of happiness.That means a stranger’s good mood can do more to lift your spirits than a ,000 raise, which only increased happiness 2 percent, Fowler and Christakis found.“Happiness is a social emotion. It's an emotion that we derive from social events, and very typically and it becomes important for cementing the social connections we have with others,” says Jack Dovidio, a Yale University social psychologist who was not involved in the study. “Happiness is not simply about me.”What’s more, all these happy people could be helping to keep each other healthy. Several recent medical studies have linked happiness and health, including a 2006 Carnegie Mellon University study that found buoyant personality types catch fewer colds than downers. And a 2001 University of Kentucky at Lexington study used the handwritten autobiographies of 180 Catholic nuns to judge the effect of happiness on longevity: The nuns who used more positive words to describe their lives lived about 10 years longer than those who used more negative words to describe their lives.“It does appear possibly to be a causal affect — that being happier actually makes you healthier,” Fowler says.But it seems you can’t catch happiness over the phone. Fowler and Christakis found that the increase in happiness only affects friends who live within a mile away from each other. “For emotions, it appears that distance is really important,” Fowler says. “Friends who are close have an affect; friends who are far away don’t. The less you’re in contact with somebody the less likely you are to catch their happiness.”The one-mile finding in the study is sure to sound odd to close friends who may live across town from each other. But Fowler says the key seems to be in how frequently you see your friends and those living closest saw each other the most often. (He says when they looked at the effect of happiness on friends who lived more than a mile apart, the results were too inconsistent to be anything more than chance.)Sadness isn't as catchingOn the flip side, if you’re feeling blue, you’ve only yourself to blame. Sadness doesn’t infect a social group as reliably happiness does, researchers found. Within some friendship networks, sadness had a significant effect on the members of the group, but on others, the effect was very small.“With sadness, rather than pulling you in to your social network you often push people away,” says Emory University psychologist Nadine Kaslow, who wasn’t involved in this study. “Even though we know social support is really good for us when we’re sad, when we need it the most, we tend to push people away.” It might be a matter of private, personal emotions versus those that are meant to be shared. Anger, for example, might be another outward emotion that would sp within a group the same way happiness does, suggests Dovidio.“When we are close to somebody, we actually have kind of a merging of our self image,” Dovidio says. And an infectious case of cheer can help cement connections within a group of friends, he adds, because it can re-affirm how close those relationships are.“People often get a sense of happiness, even though they don't know where it comes from; it's probably very likely to come from the happiness of other people,” Dovidio says. “If I can't locate where my happiness came from it's likely that it came from another person.”Once Fowler realized how far-reaching his own good cheer actually is, he has begun to make some changes to ensure he’s in a chipper mood more often. Lately, in the evenings on the drive home from work, just before pulling up to his house, he turns on a tune that’s almost too happy: Hoku’s “Perfect Day.” By the time he gets home, he has a giddy, goofy mood to match the pop song, and he hopes that his happiness will rub off on his two boys, 8-year-old Lucas and 6-year-old Jay.“I’m not just going to make my sons happy — I could potentially make my sons’ friends happy,” Fowler says. “These little things I thought I was doing for myself turn out to be for hundreds of people.” /200812/59760

  To learn a foreign language, the culture background of the target language will helps a lot. Take this sentence For example: 学习外语,外语的文化背景十分重要。以下面的句子为例: They had planned on marrying as soon as they graduated from high school but "Uncle Sam" had other ideas. 他们计划高中一毕业就结婚,但“山姆大叔”却另有主意。 Most of us know the "Uncle Sam" means the government of ed States. But suppose we don't know it, we will got misunderstanded. 大多数人都知道“山姆大叔”指美国政府,但是设想我们不了解这个词,我们就会弄不清是什么意思。 "Uncle Sam"是美国人的绰号。它源自1812-1814年间美英战争时期的一个历史传说。相传在纽约州的特洛伊城(Troy)有位年长的肉类加工商,名叫山缪尔#8226;威尔逊(Samuel Wilson)。他勤劳、诚实、能干,很有威信,人们亲切地叫他"山姆大叔(Uncle Sam)"(注:Sam为Samuel的昵称)。这位山姆大叔也是一位爱国者,他与父兄曾参加过美国独立战争。在1812年的美英战争中,他的工厂与政府签了一份为军队生产桶装牛肉的合同,美国政府每当收到他交来的经其亲自检验合格的牛肉,就将肉装入特制的木桶,并在桶上盖上US的记号。由于Uncle Sam的首字母是US,而美国(The ed States)的缩写也是U.S.,于是人们便把这两个名称合二为一了,意即那些经"山姆大叔"之手的牛肉,成了"美国"的财产。于是当地的人们就把"山姆大叔"当成美国的绰号,并逐渐流传开来。  19世纪30年代,美国漫画家根据历史传说,赋予"山姆大叔"形象,于是出现了一个蓄着胡子的高瘦老头形象。他头戴饰星高顶帽,身穿红、白、蓝三色燕尾和条纹裤(美国星条旗的图案)。虽白发苍髯,却精神矍铄,一派威仪。从此,这一形象就成了美国的象征。"山姆大叔"勤劳开朗的性格和爱国热忱,体现了美国人民的天性和精神。因此,1961年,美国国会正式承认"山姆大叔"为美国的民族象征和代表。 美国人的绰号,除了"Uncle Sam"外,还有"Brother Jonathan"和"Yankee"。"Brother Jonathan"代表美国人,源自华盛顿的好友,美国民族英雄、革命志士"Jonathan Trumbull"(1710-1785)。据说,华盛顿经常向他请教问题,而且亲切地唤他作"Brother Jonathan(乔纳森兄弟)"。至于"Yankee",最初是指在美国东北部新英格兰地区定居的殖民者。在美国南北战争(1861-1865)期间,"Yankee"的含义扩大了。南方军人把北方各州的士兵都叫作"Yankee(北方佬)"。在第一次世界大战(1914-1918)期间,"Yankee"简化成"Yank"。一唱起"The Yanks Are Coming(扬克来了)"这歌,欧洲那些处境艰难的协约国人民无不欢欣流泪。从那时起,"Yankee"对于欧洲人来说,就成了美国兵或美国人的代称了。在拉丁美洲,Yankee拼作Yanqui,在民族独立运动风起云涌的五十年代,长期遭受美国剥削和压迫的拉丁美洲人民发出了Yanqui go home!(美国佬滚回老家去!)的吼声,对美国的经济利益和政治影响可说是一个巨大的打击。Love's first blush fading? Lost that loving feeling? Love is not all around?没有了初次见面的怦然心动,没有了恋爱的感觉,你的爱情不复存在?Take heart, scientists have discovered that people can have a love that lasts a lifetime.振作一点!科学家已经发现真爱可以相伴人们一生。Using brain scans, researchers at Stony Brook University in New York have discovered a small number of couples respond with as much passion after 20 years together as most people only do during the early throes of romance, Britain's Sunday Times newspaper reported.本周日英国泰晤士报报道,纽约州立大学石溪分校的研究者采用大脑扫描发现,少数夫妇在共同生活20年后仍然热情不减,而这种热情多数人只在浪漫爱情的早期有所体会。The researchers scanned the brains of couples together for 20 years and compared them with results from new lovers, the Times said.泰晤士报称,研究者扫描了共同生活20年的夫妇的大脑,然后将结果与扫描新情侣的结果进行对比。About 10 percent of the mature couples had the same chemical reactions when shown photographs of their loved ones as those just starting out.当看到爱人照片的时候,大约有10%的成年夫妇产生的化学反应,与俩人当初相爱时一样。Previous research has suggested that the first stages of romantic love fade within 15 months and after 10 years it has gone completely, the newspaper said.文章表示,此前有研究表明,浪漫爱情的第一波在15个月内消褪,并在10年后完全消失。"The findings go against the traditional view of romance--that it drops off sharply in the first decade--but we are sure it's real," said Arthur Aron, a psychologist at Stony Brook, told the Times.石溪分校的心理学家阿瑟·阿隆告诉对泰晤士报称:“这个发现虽然与传统的爱情观念相悖——感情会在前十年间急剧降温——但我们确信这是真的。” /200906/74855【中英对照】1. Compliment three people every day.每天问候3个人。2. Watch a sunrise. 看日出。 3. Be the first to say "Hello."首先向别人打招呼。4. Live beneath your means.靠自己的力量生活。5. Treat everyone as you want to be treated.像自己希望得到善待一样善待他人。6. Never give up on anybody; miracles happen.不对任何人绝望;奇迹随时会发生。7. Remember someone's name.铭记每个人的名字。8. Pray not for things, but for wisdom and courage.不要祈求得到什么东西,但可以祈求智慧和勇气。9. Be tough-minded, but tender hearted.意志要坚强,但心地要善良。10. Be kinder than you have to be.要比自己本质更仁慈。 /200906/72980

  If your life feels like it is lacking the power that you want and the motivation that you need, sometimes all you have to do is shift your point of view. 如果你觉得心有余力不足,觉得缺乏前进的动力,有时候你只需要改变思维的角度。 /200912/91992女:你从来都没有那样吻过我。男:你知道他得到多少钱才那样做吗? /201108/150917

  都说明星都是“妆”出来的,卸下这层面罩,到底是让我们惊为天人还是惊悚雷人。其实大多数我们看到明星看似素颜的照片已经略施粉黛了。所以这次我们不比海报,不比写真,就比现实中记者们拍下的照片。看看妆前妆后的效果。化妆师的一双妙手是不是比整容更有效?蒋勤勤其实蒋勤勤的五官是没什么好挑剔的,做明星底子肯定得好。但是太平凡的浓妆艳抹会让肌肤渐渐变的黯淡。黑眼圈似乎一直是女明星的致命伤,所以她们都如此钟爱烟熏妆。Jiang Qinqin: Her facial features are exquisite. But her black eyes are rather obvious in daily look. /200911/89458

  Facebook, YouTube at work make better employeesCaught Twittering or on Facebook at work? It'll make you a better employee, according to an Australian study that shows surfing the Internet for fun during office hours increases productivity.The University of Melbourne study showed that people who use the Internet for personal reasons at work are about 9 percent more productive that those who do not.Study author Brent Coker, from the department of management and marketing, said "workplace Internet leisure browsing," or WILB, helped to sharpened workers' concentration."People need to zone out for a bit to get back their concentration," Coker said on the university's website "Short and unobtrusive breaks, such as a quick surf of the Internet, enables the mind to rest itself, leading to a higher total net concentration for a days' work, and as a result, increased productivity," he said.According to the study of 300 workers, 70 percent of people who use the Internet at work engage in WILB.Among the most popular WILB activities are searching for information about products, ing online news sites, playing online games and watching s on YouTube."Firms spend millions on software to block their employees from watching s, using social networking sites or shopping online under the pretence that it costs millions in lost productivity," said Coker. "That's not always the case."However, Coker said the study looked at people who browsed in moderation, or were on the Internet for less than 20 percent of their total time in the office."Those who behave with Internet addiction tendencies will have a lower productivity than those without," he said. /200904/66434。


  Unhappy marriage? Blame the kids, claims eight-year studyIt may not come as a surprise to parents, but having children really does impinge on marital bliss.Nine in ten couples suffer a downturn in 'marital satisfaction' once the first child is born, according to an eight-year study.And relationship and stress problems are worse for those who live together before getting married and starting a family.The findings will ring true for millions of parents who found everything from their finances to their sex lives suddenly changed with a new arrival.But the researchers insist the findings should not be seen as a reason to remain childless as bringing children into the world can bring a 'whole dimension of family happiness'.Psychologists at the universities of Denver and Texas examined the marriages of around 220 couples over an eight-year period.They found 90 per cent suffered what they called a 'decrease in marital satisfaction' after the birth of a child.Childless couples suffered the same problems - only a little later, explained Denver University psychology professor Scott Stanley.He said: 'Couples who do not have children also show diminished marital quality over time.However, having a baby accelerates the deterioration, especially seen during periods of adjustment right after the birth of a child.'The research, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found relationship problems were worse for those who had lived together first - possibly because long-established shared routines are more disrupted by new arrivals /200904/66929

  If you're middle-aged and your memory's not what it used to be, check the bathroom scale, researchers warned, suggesting overweight people tend to score more poorly on tests of memory than their thinner peers do.The findings suggest that a heavier weight in middle age may mean a higher risk of dementia later in life.Reporting in the journal Neurology, the researchers speculated that higher rates ofcardiovascular diseaseor diabetes might help explain the link. But it's also possible that substances produced by fat cells, such as the hormone leptin, have direct effects on the brain.The study compared mental abilities to body mass index (BMI), a measurement of weight in relation to height used to define overweight and obesity. A BMI of 25 or more indicates overweight, and 30 or more is obese.The study also investigated the relationships between BMI and cognitive function in 2,223 healthy men and women between the ages of 32 and 62 in France through the use of four cognitive tests.The study found a higher BMI was associated with lower cognitive test scores. Results from a test involving word memory recall show people with a BMI of 20 remembered an average of nine out of 16 words, while people with a BMI of 30 remembered an average of seven out of 16 words. 研究人员提醒,如果你已步入中年,发现自己的不如从前,那么你得小心体重了。研究表明,超重的人记忆测试的得分要比较瘦的人低。研究发现,体重偏大的中年人今后患老年痴呆症的可能性较大。研究报告在《神经学》期刊上发表,研究人员推断,心血管疾病及糖尿病的高发现象可以解释其中的原因。此外,脂肪细胞所产生的物质,如瘦体激素,对大脑有直接影响。此项研究将调查对象的智力与体重指数进行了对比。体重指数指的是身高和体重之间的比例,主要用来衡量一个人是否偏胖或肥胖。体重指数为25或25以上的人偏胖,达到30或30以上的人则为肥胖。研究人员还对体重指数和认知功能间的关系进行了研究,他们在法国对2223位年龄在32岁至62岁间的健康男女进行了认知测试。研究发现,体重指数越大,认知测试的得分越低。其中一项"单词记忆"的测试结果表明,在16个单词中,体重指数为20的人平均能记住9个,而体重指数为30的人平均只能记住7个。 /200809/47095

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