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重庆哪家医院做性激素检查梁平城口丰都县做不孕不育多少钱应该“见机行事” -01-7 00:: 来源: 若是遇到什么复杂情况,长辈们常常嘱咐我们要“见机行事”,“抓住了机会”就好办事,要是错过了机会,就只有慨叹“痛失良机”了今天我们就来学学这三个词的表达1. 抓住机会 jump at the chanceJump at the chance 的意思就是“(迅速地)抓住机会”,跳起来抓,是够迅速的,比如:When the lead singer became ill, Sheila jumped at the chance to replace her.这个片语还有个很形象的变体,就是jump at the bait,看见有好处就跳上去了,比如:They offered a large reward, hoping that someone would jump at the bait.另外,jump at 也可以表示“抓住……”,通常是有好处的事情,例如:When Dad said he'd help pay my vacation, I jumped at the offer.. 见机行事 play something by earPlay something by ear 的意思就是“见机行事”这个片语来自于演奏音乐,说的是演奏家们不看乐谱,只凭自己的耳朵来演奏,后来引申为“to deal with a situation as it develops and without a plan 随机应变,见机行事”,例如:I'm not sure if I can go bowling or not, I'll just have to play it by ear. 不过呢,比较起来,英语的含义似乎没有我们汉语中这么强烈的感情色3. 痛失良机 Let something slip through one’s fingers没有抓住机会会怎样?就会“痛失良机”了,“让什么东西从你的手指尖溜走”就表示“痛失机会”,例如:You can’t be more stupid! How could you let such a golden opporty to make big money slip through your fingers? It was an opporty that comes once in a blue moon.   (你真蠢!这样一个发大财的机会千载难逢,你怎能眼睁睁的让他跑掉那?)这里的 once in a blue moon 就是指“千载难逢”(英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 行事 应该 机会 抓住重庆市中医院输卵管疏通多少钱 Diane Ackerman 迪安.阿克曼The word “discovery” literally means, uncovering something that’s hidden from view. But what really happens is a change in the viewer. The familiar offers comt few can resist, and fewer still want to disturb. But as relatively recent inventions such as the telescope and microscope have taught us, the unknown has many layers. Every truth has geological strata, and you can’t have an orthodoxy without a heresy. The moment a newborn opens its eyes, discovery begins. I learned this with a laugh one morning after delivering a calf. When it lifted up its fluffy head and looked at me, its eyes held the absolute bewilderment of the newly born. A moment bee it had the even black nowhere of the womb, and suddenly its world was full of colour, movement and noise. I’ve never seen anything so shocked to be alive.“发现”一词,字面上是指揭开某种视线以外的隐藏的事物不过其实是观察者自身发生了变化很少人能抗拒熟悉事物带来的舒适,愿意扰乱这种舒适的人更少然而,正如望远镜、显微镜这些较为近期的发明所揭示给我们的,求知事物具有多种层次每个事实都有地质层次,没有异端也就无所谓正统新生儿睁开双眼的那一刻起,发现也就开始了我是在一天清晨给一头小牛犊接生的时候突然意识到这一点的,不禁大笑小牛仰起毛茸茸的脑袋看着我,目光中透出这个新生命对世界的一无所知片刻这前,它还呆在母体里某个黑暗而平静的地方,突然,它的世界变得五光十色,变得活泼而喧闹我从未见过任何东西在获得生命时是如些的惊异 63A基础英语对话 -01-7 19::6 来源: Dario: What is your favorite drink Brian? Brian: That's a tough question Dario! It's hard to answer that. Dario: Well, how about if I ask you what drink you would take to a deserted island? Brian: Water of course! Dario: Why would you take water to an island? Islands are surrounded by water. Brian: Islands are surrounded by sea water fool! You can't drink salt water. Dario: Oh of course. I got. My favorite drink is Coke. I just love the bitter-sweet taste! Brian: What about Pepsi - the taste of the new generation? Dario: Don't get me started on the whole Coke versus Pepsi argument. Brian: But I like arguments! I'll get the Cokes and we can argue about Pepsi all day! 戴瑞奥:你最喜欢喝什么饮料布莱恩? 布莱恩:这可是个难题戴瑞奥,很难回答 戴瑞奥:那我这么问你怎么样,你会带什么饮料到荒岛上去? 布莱恩:当然是水! 戴瑞奥:你为什么要带水到岛上?岛的四周都是水 布莱恩:岛的周围都是海水,傻瓜!盐水是不能喝的 戴瑞奥:噢,当然,我忘了我最喜欢喝可口可乐我就喜欢那种稍带点儿苦的甜味儿 布莱恩:百事可乐怎么样,新一代的口味? 戴瑞奥:不要让我跟你开始一场可口可乐对抗百事可乐的争论 布莱恩:可是我喜欢争论!我去拿些可口可乐,我们可以就百事可乐争论一天!--------------------------------------------------------------------------------NEW WORDS (生词) 1) Monster: half man, half beast and very scary 怪物,半人半兽很吓人 I love going to see a good monster movie and being scared in the dark multiplex. 我喜欢看好看的怪兽电影和在黑暗的电影院里受惊吓的感觉 ) Gunk: thick, gooey stuff 厚厚粘粘的东西 I sat down in some gunk at the mall and now I can't get it out of my clothes. 我在购物中心里坐到了一些粘东西上,现在我没办法儿把它从衣上弄掉 3) Fright: the feeling of being scared 受惊吓的感觉 My mother gave my girlfriend and I such a fright when she caught us kissing in the dark. 我妈妈发现我和女友在黑暗里接吻时,把我们吓了一大跳Dialogue (对话) Jessie: Do you ever worry that you are starting to look old? Tina: No, not really. If I find a gray hair I just pull it out. Jessie: I spend about one hour each day doing my beauty routine. Tina: What do you do with? Jessie: Mainly moisturizers, conditioners and cleansers. Do you want to borrow some from me? Tina: No thanks, I am pretty sexy aly! Jessie: Hey I know a funny song about a guy who thinks that he is too sexy everything. Tina: Can you teach me the words? Jessie: Sure, just let me go and find my I'm Too Sexy CD and t-shirt! 杰西:你有没有担心过自己要开始变老了? 蒂娜:没有,真的没有如果我发现一根白头发就把它拔下来 杰西:我每天花一小时时间做常规的美容保养 蒂娜:你用什么做? 杰西:主要是保湿品、调节剂和洁肤品你想从我这借一些吗? 蒂娜:不用了,谢谢我已经很性感了! 杰西:嗨,我知道一首有趣的歌,说的是一个家伙觉得自己太性感了,胜过一切 蒂娜:能教我歌词吗? 杰西:没问题,我去找“我太性感了”的CD和T恤New Words (生词) 1) Bull: something that is not true 不真实的东西 The car salesman told me a lot of bull to try to make me buy the car. 汽车推销员说得天花乱坠劝我买那辆车 ) Cash cow: something that is guaranteed to make money 能保赚钱的东西 A McDonalds restaurant would be a real cash cow. 麦当劳餐厅是真正的摇钱树 3) Fox trap: a hot car used to pick up women 用来接女人的酷车 I spent some much money on my fox trap but I am still single. 我在车上花了很多钱来钓女人可现在还是单身 ) Hen: a single old woman 单身的老女人 If I don't find a girlfriend soon, I will be stuck with some old hen! 如果我不快点儿找一个女朋友就会被一些单身老女人缠住 5) Jackal: a low, devious person 下流刁滑的人 He was such a jackal that I didn't want to hang-out with him anymore. 他真是个奸诈之徒,我不想再跟他出去了 6) Jive turkey: someone who talks rubbish (or bull) 满口废话的人 Man that jive turkey fed me so much bull, I nearly laughed in his face. 那个人胡说八道,废话连篇,我差点儿当面嘲笑他 7) Pig: a person who eats a lot 吃得很多的人 My sister is such a pig. I am worried that our family will run out of money from feeding her! 我的真能吃,我担心我们家会因供养她而破产 8) Quack: a bad doctor 蹩脚的医生 The doctor I saw was such a quack that he didn't even realize that my leg was broken. 给我看病的医生真是个蹩脚大夫,他甚至没看出我的腿破了 9) Whale: a fat person 肥胖的人 If my sister keeps eating like a pig she will become a real whale! 如果我继续像猪那样能吃的话,她会变成一个真正的大胖子Dialogue (对话) Jeff: I need to find a cash cow so that I can get rich and retire early. Joan: Sounds like bull to me Jeff. Jeff: So many people these days are pigs that I think I should open a restaurant. Joan: Or a diet company - you could help all of the whales to get thin. Jeff: Great idea there Joan. Why don't you join me as a manager? Joan: You can be such a jive turkey you know Jeff. Jeff: Seriously, together we can help people. We must be better than some of the quacks out there? Joan: Maybe, but I couldn't work you. You are too much of a jackal. I could never trust you. Jeff: Oh well. I'll have to find someone else then. Joan: Don't get me if you do get rich though! Jeff: Sure thing, my English study partner! 杰夫:我需要找棵摇钱树,这样我就可以发财,早点儿退休了 琼:在我听来都是不可能的事儿,杰夫 杰夫:现在很多人都很能吃,所以我想我应该开个餐厅 琼:或者减肥公司,你可以帮助所有的大胖子减肥 杰夫:好主意,琼你为什么不跟我合伙,当个经理? 琼:你真是满口废话,杰夫 杰夫:真的,我们可以一起帮助别人我们一定比那些蹩脚医生强 琼:也许吧,可我不能为你工作你太刁滑了,我永远都不能信任你 杰夫:噢,好吧,那我只好找别人了 琼:如果你真的发了财,可别忘了我! 杰夫:没问题,我的英语学习伙伴! 对话 英语 基础 nbsp重庆三峡中心医院取环多少费用

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重庆输卵管复通手术那家医院好时尚英语:“有钱没钱”的新潮说法 -- :36:5 来源: 有钱和没钱,除了用rich和poor表达之外,还有什么新潮时尚的说法吗?有钱 I'm loaded.Loaded: Slang Having a great deal of money. 非常的有钱它即可以表示某人很富有,也可以用来表示某人现在手里很有钱ExampleA: I think football players get paid far too much money.B: I know. Can you imagine being loaded like that? Having expensive cars and lots of houses--it must be incredible.A: I can't afd to go out tonight. I've spent all my money.B: Don't worry. I'm loaded right now. I'll treat you to a night out.除了用loaded表示有钱,minted和rolling也有这方面的含义I'm minted.Mint有造币厂的意思( A place where the coins of a country are manufactured by authority of the government.),造币厂里有多少钱就不用说了,所以mint的形容词有abundant amount of money的意思I'm rolling in it.Rolling 就是打滚的意思,钱多得可以在里面打滚,真是够有钱的没钱 I'm really skint.Skint: Slang without money, esp. only temporarily由上面的解释可以看出,If someone is skint, they have very little money虽然skint可以表示poor的意思,但却不能完全替代poor因为skint is usually used when someone has run outof money temporarily,它常指某人由于最近手头比较紧,钱花完了,但是很快就又会有钱了he will have some money again quite soon,所以Skint 表示一个人短时期,暂时没有钱比如月光族们在花完了这个月工资,等待下个月工资的时候,就可以说自己skintExamplesA: Do you want to come to the cinema on Friday night?B: I can't, I'm really skint this month.A: My girlfriend likes to shop a lot.B: Oh really, does she have expensive taste?A: Yes. I'm usually skint after we go out shopping together.当然了,有钱和没钱都是相对而言的哪天I can't afd to buy lunch. I'm too skint. 的时候,真希望听到你说I'll buy you lunch. I'm loaded.呢 说法 新潮 有钱 英语 我对圣诞节最深刻的记忆总是和一只小猫联系在一起我第一次见到它是我出诊去给安斯沃思太太的一只看病我有点惊奇地瞧着蹲在炉前的那个毛茸茸的黑色小生灵“我还不知道你有只猫,”我说道The Yorkshire Christmas CatMy strongest memory of Christmas will always bound up with1) a certain little cat.I first saw her when I was called to see one of Mrs.Ainsworth’ dogs,and I looked in some surprise at the furry) black creature sitting bee the fire.“I didn’t know you had a cat,”I said.The lady smiled.“We haven’t,this is Debbie,at least that’s what we call her.She’s a stray.Comes here two or three times a week and we give her some food.I don’t know where she lives but I believe she spends a lot of her time around one of the farms along the road.”As I watched she turned,crept soundlessly from the room and was gone.“That’s always the way with Debbie,”Mrs.Ainsworth laughed.“She never stays more than ten minutes or so,then she’s off.”Mrs.Ainsworth was a plumpish3),pleasant-faced woman in her ties and the kind of client veterinary) surgeons dream of --well-off ,generous,and the owner of three cosseted5) Basset hounds.And it only needed the habitually mournful expression of one of the dogs to deepen a little and I was round there posthaste.So my visits to the Ainsworth home were frequent but undemanding,and I had ample opporty to look out the little cat that had intrigued me.On one occasion I spotted her nibbling daintily from a saucer at the kitchen door.As I watched she turned and almost floated on light footsteps into the hall and then through the lounge6) door.The three Bassets were aly in residence draped snoring on the fireside rug,but they seemed to be used to Debbie.Debbie sat among them in her usual posture:upright,intent,gazing absorbedly into the glowing coals.This time I tried to make friends with her.I approached her carefully but she leaned away as I stretched out7) my hand.However,by patient wheedling and soft talk I managed to touch her and gently stroke her cheek with one finger.There was a moment when she responded by putting her head on one side and rubbing back against my hand,but soon she was y to leave.Once outside the house she darted quickly along the road then through a gap in a hedge,and the last I saw was the little black figure flitting over the rain-swept grass of a field.It must have been nearly three months bee I heard from Ainsworth,and in fact I had begun to wonder at the Bassets’ long symptomless run when she came on the phone.It was Christmas morning and she was apologetic.“Mr.Herriot,I’m so sorry to bother you today of all days.I should think you want a rest at Christmas like anybody else.”But her natural politeness could not hide the distress in her voice.“Please don’t worry about that,”I said.“Which one is it this time?”“It’s not one of the dogs.It’s...Debbie.”“Debbie?She’s at your house now?”“Yes...but there’s something wrong.Please come quickly.”Mrs.Ainsworth’s home was lavishly decorated with tinsel and holly,rows of drinks stood on the sideboard and the rich aroma of turkey and sage-and-onion stuffing wafted from the kitchen.But her eyes were full of pain as she led me through to the lounge.Debbie was there all right,but this time everything was different.She wasn’t sitting upright in her usual position;she was stretched quite motion less on her side,and huddle close to her lay a tiny black kitten.I looked down in bewilderment.“What’s happened here?”“It’s the strangest thing,”Mrs.Ainsworth replied.“I haven’t seen her several weeks then she came in about two hours ago--sort of staggered into the kitchen,and she was carrying the kitten in her mouth.She took it through the lounge and laid it on the rug,and at first I was amused.But I could see all was not well because she sat as she usually does,but a long time--over an hour--then she lay down like this and she hasn’t moved.”I knelt on the rug and passed my hand over Debbie’s neck and ribs.She was thinner than ever,her fur dirty and mud-caked.She did not resist as I gently opened her mouth,a knell sounded in my mind.Mrs.Ainsworth’s voice seemed to come from afar.“Is she ill,Mr.Herriot?”I hesitated.“Yes...yes,I’m afraid so.She has a malignant growth.”I stood up.“There’s absolutely nothing you can do.I’m sorry.”Mrs.Ainsworth reached out and lifted the bedraggled black morsel.She smoothed her finger along the muddy fur and the tiny mouth opened in a soundless miaow.“Isn’t it strange?She was dying and she brought her kitten here.And on Christmas Day.”The tears had dried on Mrs.Ainsworth’s cheeks and she was bright-eyed as she looked at me.“I’ve never had a cat bee,”she said.I smiled.“Well it looks as though you’ve got one now.”And she certainly had.The kitten grew rapidly into a sleek,handsome cat with a boisterous8) nature which earned him the name of Buster.On my visits I watched his development with delight.As I looked at him,a picture of health and contentment,my mind went back to his mother.Was it too much to think that that dying little creature,with the last of her strength,had carried her kitten to the only haven of comt and warmth she had ever known in the hope that it would be cared there?Maybe it was.But it seemed I wasn’t the only one with such fancies.Mrs.Ainsworth turned to me and though she was smiling her eyes were wistful9).“Debbie would be pleased,”she said.I nodded.“Yes,she would...It was just a year ago today she brought him,wasn’t it?”“That’s right.”She hugged Buster to her again.“The best Christmas present I ever had.”垫江忠县开县检查男人精子质量重庆做孕前检查需要多少钱

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