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地道口语:如何委婉拒绝老外? --19 ::57 来源:   1. I am sorry to turn you down  我很抱歉必须拒绝你  Turn you down 就是拒绝别人的要求,例如有一次我要请老美去参加一个 party,她说她很抱歉无法参加,就是用的这句 "I am sorry to turn you down." 另外像是男生要追女生,女生要拒绝他,也可以用 turn down,例如 "I am sorry but I have to turn you down."  另外不要忘了,turn down 还有一个解释就是把音量或是冷气关小以前我也常把 turn you down 和 let you down 搞混了,这二者是完全不同的意思,turn down 表示拒绝,而 let down 则表示让人家失望  . I am not interested  我没有兴趣  刚来美国,家里又有电话的人一定要赶快把这句话学会,因为很快地就会有电话推销员找上门来,这时你要说的就是 "I am not interested." 这样子对方就不会纠缠太久了  通常在拒绝别人的时候要注意一下说话的语气像这句 "I am not interested." 听来就不太客气通常要使得拒绝别人的话听来客气一点,只要在句首加上 "I am sorry." 整句话的口气立刻就不一样了所以礼貌一点的说法应该是 "I am sorry. I am not interested." 听来是不是客气很多?  3. I'll think about it  我要考虑看看  这句话也是在买东西时候讲的,例如你去百货公司专柜买化装品,虽然专柜讲了半天你也觉得还不错,但总觉得太贵,你就可以说 "OK, I'll think about it." 就是我再考虑看看了!当然你就可以趁机脱身了  . I can't afd it  我付不起  一样东西太贵你买不起就可以这么说 "I can't afd it." 你都讲明了我没钱了,想必人家不会继续纠缠吧!其实不然,我自己就遇到过蛮恶劣的我说 "I can't afd it." 那个老黑居然说 "Do you have credit card?" 天啊! 要我借钱买东西,门都没有,我就说 "No." 没想到他更狠,说我们有自己的信用卡,你要不要现场申请一张,我们可以立刻给你 ,000 的 credit. 天啊!做生意作成这样,也太夸张了  美国买东西都有所谓的 refund 制度,就是东西买完之后不满意都可以拿去退钱有时候店员会问你(通常不会问)为什么要拿来 refund通常你就可以直接了当地说 "I don't like it." 或是 "It's too expensive. I can't afd it."  5. I can't handle it  我应付不来  这个 handle 跟 afd 的区别要分清楚,handle 指的是事情上应付不来,而 afd 多半指金钱上无法负担像是上学期我跟我同学说 "I took too many courses, I can't afd it." 她就回答我说 "You mean you can't handle it?" 所以handle 这个字和 afd 是不太一样的再举一个例子,例如工作很多作不完,你就可以这么说 "There's too much workload here. I can't handle it." 有时老中会说成 "I can't afd it." 是不正确的用法  6. I am really not in the mood  我真的没有什么心情  Mood 解释成心情,没有心情你可以说成 "I don't have the mood." 或是 "I am not in the mood." 比如考试期间,别人还找你出去玩,你就可以这么拒绝他 "I am sorry. I am really not in the mood."  非广告时间,我的个人网页叫 ICQ 心情点播站,(其实现在这个网站跟 ICQ 跟心情点播都没什么关系了,但我还是维持我原来的名称)而这个站的英文名字就是 ICQ Mood,听起来还可以吧?  7. There is nothing to talk about  没什么好说的  当别人问你的问题你不想回答或懒得回答时就可以回答 "There is nothing to talk about." 例如有人问你考试考几分,你自己考得太差而不想讲,就可以说 "There is nothing to talk about." 另外一个类似的用法叫 "No comment." 就是说无可奉告的意思  在英语 There is nothing to V. 可当作是一个片语来使用,解释成没什么好怎样怎样的,例如 There is nothing to worry about, 就是说没什么好担心的记得看某部电影时小孩子问他爸爸,我们家的钱倒底够不够用,父亲就对小孩子说 "There is nothing you to worry about." 8. I really want to, but I got hundreds of things to do. 我想去,可是我有好多好多事情要做  别人邀请你参加他们的活动,就算你不想去,也不要直接了当地说 "No, I don't want to." 这样子别人下次可能就不会找你了试著用这种比较好的说法,先说 "I really want to" , 或是 "I really love to", 再来才接著说 "but I got hundreds of things to do". 这样感觉上比较礼貌,也比较不会让别人觉得没面子  9. I don't want to go and that's that  我不想去,就是这样  That's that 通常是接在否定句后,意思是,就这样了,不必再多说了这样的语气是很强烈的,通常听的人可能会不太高兴有时电话推销员很烦人我也会跟他说 "That's that." 也许一开始你只是很客气地说 "I am not interested." 可是有些人就会不识相地一直说 "What do you want me to do to change your mind?" 这时我就会不客气地说 "I don't want it, and that's that." 通常他就会知道你是真的烦了  "That's that." 这句话跟 "That's it." 不太一样 "That's it." 的意思是就这样吧,就这些吧,在点餐时会用的到That's that 则是表示不想再跟对方谈下去了,同样的情况,你也可以这么说 "The conversation is over." 我想这个意思也很明显了  . That's enough, anymore is just overkill  那就够了,再多一点也是多余的  Overkill 这个字在美国的口语就是多余的意思,它跟 kill 是一点关系也没有在字典上我查不到" 多余 " 的意思,所以诸位看官也不要浪费时间去查字典了,但我请教过老美,这字的确是多余的意思例如有一次跟一个老美打球,打了二局之后我问他还要不要再打,他就说 "That's enough, anymore is just overkill." 或是吃东西时你问别人还要不要再吃,如果别人吃不下了他就可以说 "No, thanks. That's overkill.".icon_sina, .icon_msn, .icon_fx{ background-position: px -1px}.icon_msn {background-position: -5px -1px;}.icon_fx {background-position: -0px -50px;} 地道 口语 如何Weekend in AmericaIn the ed States Monday is the beginning of the workweek;it is the day most Americans like least.It is not surprising then that the day they like most is Saturday.Saturday is the end of the workweek;it is the beginning of the weekend.Life is different on the weekend;most Americans take care of their house,car or garden.They sleep later in the morning.They enjoy the feeling that the time seems to move more slowly.The week is things you have to do;the weekend is things you want to do.Some people may get in a car and go a drive in the country.They like to take part in a sports activity outdoors.And on Saturday night they might go to a public eating place or a movie.The idea of the weekend is a recent invention.In 1870s wealthy people began to speak of spending weekends in the country visiting friends. most people back then,however,the work-day was six days long.It ended at about noon or later on Saturday.Automobile maker Henry d was the first major employer in the ed States to establish a workweek of 5days.He did that in 1926.Henry d thought that if the working people had more free time they would spend more money,something good the economy.By 1940 it had become common most Americans to work 8 hours a day,5 days a week.Today the lives of most Americans are organised that way:5days of work or school followed by 2 days of rest. many people Saturday night is the highpoint of the weekend and the week.It is the night going out and having fun.Anything and everything can happen on Saturday night.People go dancing;they visitfriends and have parties.They drink too much alcohol.They get killed or kill other people.They sleep,watch television,and sometimes fall in love.People do these same things on other nights of the week too,but they do them more often and with more emotion and purpose on Saturday night.On Saturday night movie theaters sell more admission tickets.It also is the biggest night places that sell alcoholic drinks.That is one reason why Saturday night wit-nesses most murders,fights and deadly car accidents.In a town in Indiana there is a Saturday night custom called “cruising”.Cruising means to spend the evening driving your car slowly up and down the town's main street.People who are cruising talk from car to car.They exchange greetings,jokes and friendly insults.Cruising is most popular in small towns where there is not much else to do.Many people spend the Saturday night at home with friends.They have dinner together.Perhaps they watch a movie on a cassette recorder.Other people go on a date.A date usually involves two people.People on a date might go to a public concert,yet they talk only to each other.Is there anything people do not like about the weekend?A study of 1000Americans found that half would gladly trade a paid workday an extra day of free time.The only thing wrong with the weekend,they think,is that it does not last longer. 973

“约会”种种 -01-7 00:: 来源: 在美国,约会有很多种类,女孩子也可能同时跟好几个男孩子约会(貌似在中国的一些大城市也差不多哦),并且处于不同的关系会有不同的说法,这与我们中国的文化有太多的差异这里我们给大家总结了一些约会与情侣关系间说法1.怎样约会?"Dating"or"Going out"Date 和 go out 都可以表示异性朋友(尤其是有感情或是暧昧关系的)之间的约会,我们来看几个例子,体会一下用法:I dated him when I was in college.I've only had one date with him so far.We're going on a date this Saturday night.Would you like to go out together sometime?.约会的种类 Kinds of dates约会当然也有好几种啦,快看看都有什么呢:Blind date: two people have never met bee (often arranged by friends)Double date: where couples get together to do somethingHot date: date someone very attractive or used playfully a date with a friend or spouseGoing Dutch: date where each person pays his or her share3.处于恋爱关系中当一对男女处于恋爱关系中时,该怎样描述呢:They are in a relationship.Is she seeing anyone now?I think we are going steady.See someone 和 go steady 都表示"长期和某人约会,处于恋爱关系中"."天生一对"的伴侣看到一对幸福的伴侣,你心里一定会想到"天生一对"这样的词吧,那这样的表达用英语该怎么说呢:They were made each other.Aren't they the perfect couple?They are a match made in heaven.I think they are good together.5.夫妻关系如果两个人成为夫妻,或是结成了长期稳定的伴侣关系,又该怎样描述呢:A couple: two people dating exclusively例如:They are really nice couple.An item: a couple who is the topic of gossip or interest.例如:So are you two an item now?Sweet heart: girl friend or boyfriend; implies a sweet relationship例如:He married his high school sweet heart.Lovers: a couple who show their affection openly例如:Those two lovers just got married last month.6.露水姻缘都说情和性可以分开,只是为了一时的寻欢作乐发生的情事也不少,像这样的事情我们用下面的词来形容:Love affair 例如:He had a love affair with a French girl when he was studying in France.Summer fling 例如:It was nothing serious; it was just a summer fling.(通讯员稿 英语点津 Annabel 编辑) 约会 关系 例如 date

老鼠给猫挂铃铛?! -01-6 3:9:01 来源: 试想一下,让一只老鼠给猫脖子上挂铃铛,那会是什么概念?风险系数实在太高,除非这只老鼠撑破了胆不过,短语bell the cat(挺身而出)确实源于寓言故事“老鼠给猫脖子上挂铃铛”故事是这么说的:因为怕猫,有一窝老鼠饿得快要咽气了也不敢出去找食吃后来,其中一只老鼠说,如果在猫的脖子上挂上一个铃铛,家族成员就可以凭铃铛的声音来猜测猫的位置,避猫找食自然不成问题众老鼠于是欢呼雀跃、精神大振,正在这时,另一只老鼠出来发话了:“可是,谁来给猫脖上挂铃铛呢?”虽然故事说到这儿就结束了,但短语bell the cat开始被人们引用,用来形容“挺身而出、担当风险”请看例句:It's quite difficult to get a man who can bell the cat. (很难找到危险时刻能够挺身而出的人了)点击进入:往期回顾(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 老鼠 故事 bell 脖子

  英语中怎么问问题 -- :9: 来源: 这是什么味儿? What that smell? *完全不清楚时 What that smell? (这是什么味儿?) Oh, no! Something burning. (噢,不好!是什么糊了吧) I wonder what that smell is? I wonder where that smell is coming from? 什么声音? What that noise? What that noise? (什么声音?) It my alarm clock. (是我的闹钟的声音) 这是排什么的队? What is this line ? What is this line ? (这是排什么的队?) I have no idea. (我也不知道) Why are people lined up? (人们为什么排队?) 打什么鬼主意呢?(你忙什么呢?) What are you up to? *up to “就某事有……企图”、“打……的坏主意”、“从事……” What are you up to tonight? (你今天晚上忙什么?) Why should I tell you? (我干吗非得告诉你不可?) What going on? (是什么呀?) 我可以问一个问题吗? May I ask you a question? May I ask you a question? (我可以问一个问题吗?) Sure, what is it? (当然,什么问题?) “drowsy”是什么意思? What does “drowsy” mean? What does “drowsy” mean? (“drowsy”是什么意思?) It means “sleepy.” (“drowsy”表示“犯困”) 这是什么? What this? What this? (这是什么?) It a foldable bed. (这是折叠床) 那是什么? What that? 这是谁的? Who does this belong to? Whose is this? To whom does this belong? 哪一个? Which one? That my car. (那是我的车) Which one? (哪辆?) 这叫什么? What it called? What it called? (这叫什么?) It called tempura. (这叫“天麸罗”) What do you call it? 这是什么礼物? What did you get me? *这种说法不只限于送礼物时还有“你给我买什么了?”、“你给我带什么来了?”等的语感 What did you get me? (是什么礼物?) I got you a doll. (我给你买了一个娃娃) 去哪儿呀? Where are you headed? *比较随便的口语说法 Where are you headed? (去哪儿?) Home. (回家) Where are you going? Where are you off to? 比如说? example? instance? 隔多长时间? How often? *“隔几分钟来一趟车”或者“隔多长时间打一次网球”等用于询问时间的间隔时 How often should I take this medicine? (这药一天吃几次?) Five times a day. (一天5次) How frequently? U.S.A.是什么的缩写? What does USA stand ? What does USA stand ? (U.S.A.是什么的缩写?) It stands the ed States of America. (它是ed States of America的缩写) 多长? How long? *询问距离、尺寸时间的长短,听到这样的提问,对方以具体数字回答 How long have you dated her? (你和她交往了多长时间?) About four years. (大概年吧) How long is her hair? (她的头发有多长?) Very long. (很长)*不能用具体数字回答时,也可以用类似very long这样的话来回答 多早? How early? How early should we leave? (咱们多早出发合适?) Let leave at 7∶30 am. (早晨7∶30吧)*用How表示问“多……”的说法还有以下几种 How short? (多短?) How fast? (多快?) How far? (多远?) How quickly? (多快的速度?) How slowly? ([速度、动作]多慢?) How soon? ([时间期间]多快?) How late? ([时间时刻]多晚?) How much? ([不可数]多少?) How many? ([可数]多少?) How biglarge? (多大?) How smalllittle? (多小?) 暑假什么时候开始? When does summer break start? When does summer break start? (暑假什么时候开始?) On July 5th. (7月5号) 开学典礼是哪天? When was the opening ceremony? When was the opening ceremony? (开学典礼是哪天?) January 8th. (1月8日) 你知道这个生词的意思吗? Do you know the meaning of this word? 这个词怎么发音? How do you pronounce this word? How do you pronounce this word? (这个词怎么发音?) Climb. The “b” is silent. A和B之间有什么区别? What the difference between A and B? What the difference between A and B? (A和B之间有什么区别?) Theyre about the same. (它们几乎相同 日常英语 英语口语

  有关命运的记忆都在心中在你的梦里 Inside your dreamsIt's all insideInside your dreamsYou’ll be the kingYou’ll be the queenYour mind is freeAn open screenIt’s all insideInside your dreamsLook insideInside your dreamsA world of loveA world of thingsMemories of destinyIt’s all insideInside your dreams 70。

  The War between Britain and France In the late eighteenth century, battles raged in almost every corner of Europe, as well as in the Middle East,South Africa, the West Indies, and Latin America. In reality, however, there was only one major war during this time,the war between Britain and France. All other battles were ancillary to this larger conflict, and were often at least partially related to its antagonists' goals and strategies.France sought total domination of Europe.This goal was obstructed by British independence and Britain's efts throughout the continent to thwart Napoleon; through treaties, Britain built coalitions (not dissimilar in concept to today's NATO) guaranteeing British participation in all major European conflicts. These two antagonists were poorly matched, insofar as they had very unequal strengths France was predominant on land, Britain at sea. The French knew that, short of defeating the British navy, their only hope of victory was to close all the ports of Europe to British ships. Accordingly, France set out to overcome Britain by extending its military domination from Moscow to Lisbon,from Jutland to Calabria.All of this entailed tremendous risk,because France did not have the military resources to control this much territory and still protect itself and maintain order at home. French strategists calculated that a navy of 0 ships would provide the ce necessary to defeat the British navy. Such a ce would give France a three-to-two advantage over Britain. This advantage was deemed necessary because of Britain's superior sea skills and technology, and also because Britain would be fighting a defensive war, allowing it to win with fewer ces. Napoleon never lost sight of his goal,because Britain represented the last substantial impediment to his control of Europe. As his ce neared that goal, Napoleon grew increasingly impatient and began planning an immediate attack. 636

  关于音乐“music”的日常英语 -- :39:6 来源: 我买两张月3号的票Id like two tickets October 3rd, please.对不起,卖完了Sorry, were sold out.Do you have any tickets the concert? (还有那场音乐会的票吗?)Sorry, were sold out. (对不起,卖完了)有什么时候的票?When do you have tickets?Which date do you have tickets ?几点开始?What time does it start?What time does it begin?可以预订吗?Can I make a reservation?在哪儿买票?Where can I buy a ticket?△Where can I buy a ticket? (在哪儿买票?)▲At that counter. (在那个柜台)这位子有人吗?Is this seat taken?A)△Is this seat taken? (这位子有人吗?)B)▲No, it not. (不,没人) * 这句直译是:A:这个位子被占了吗?B:没有被占Is anyone sitting here? (这儿有人吗?)Can I sit here? (我可以坐这儿吗?)Do you mind if I sit here? (您介意我坐在这儿吗?)Is this seat free?我们这个位子真棒We have great seats, dont we?再来一个!Encore!Bravo, bravo!××加油!Go it,...!Yeah...!Go...! 日常英语 英语口语A Casement High and Triple-Arch’d There Was A casement high and triple-arch’d there was, All garlanded with carven imag’ries Of fruits, and flowers, and bunches of knot-grass, And diamonded with panes of quaint device, Innumerable of stains and splendid dyes, As are the tiger-moth’s deep-damask’d wings; And in the midst, ’mong thousand heraldries, And twilight saints, and dim emblazonings, A shielded scutcheon blush’d with blood of queens and kings. Full on this casement shone the wintry moon, And threw warm gules on Madeline’s fair breast, As down she knelt heaven’s grace and boon; Rose-bloom fell on her hands, together prest, And on her silver cross soft amethyst, And on her hair a glory, like a saint She seem’d a splendid angel, newly drest, Save wings, heaven—Porphyro grew faint She knelt, so pure a thing, so free from mortal taint. 01

  英语每日一句:When obstacles arise --1 :56: 来源: When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal; you do not change your decision to get there. -Zig Ziglar   当出现障碍时,你应该改变方向来达到你的目标,但你不应改变你到达目的地的决心——金克拉 英语每日一句:When obstacles arise每个人内心的美丽才是生活的本质,简单地说,你就是你,不管是在你生活的任何阶段,都不要隐藏你自己,而是,去释放你自己,跟着感觉走!Hi there, and welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Life is going on and on, and it's carrying us with it as it goes. I hope that you're able to pay close attention to the journey and get all you can out of it, enjoying all these moments that you've been given along the way. . . . There is no place you can go to hide from the thoughts that you keep contemplating over and over inside your mind... There is no place you can venture where your true emotions will be concealed and the secrets of your heart will not show... There is no place in this whole wide world you can travel to where your spirit does not direct or guide you towards your destiny... Life is the experience of being you; no one can ever be someone other than who they are... The beauty found in each and every person is the essence of life...Simply, you are who you are and whatever time you have to be, you must not try to shadow yourself, but, rather, express yourself...let your spirit guide you! All you need is deep within you,it is an inner fire waiting to unfold and reveal itself. All you have to do is be still and take time to seek what is within, and you will surely find it. 66

  人与人之间没什么大的区别他们皆是伟大与渺小、善良与邪恶、高贵与低贱的混合体On Motes and BeamsIt is curious that our own offenses should seem so much lessheinousthan the offenses of others. I suppose the reason is that we know all the circumstances that have occasioned them and so manage to excuse in ourselves what we cannot excuse in others. We turn our attention away from our own defects, and when we are ced byuntowardevents to consider them, find it easy tocondonethem. all I know we are right to do this; they are part of us and we must accept the good and bad in ourselves together. But when we come to judge others, it is not by ourselves as we really are that we judge them, but by an image that we have med of ourselves fro which we have left out everything that offends ourvanityor woulddiscreditus in the eyes of the world. To take a trivial instance howscornfulwe are when we catch someone out telling a lie; but who can say that he has never told not one, but a hundred? There is not much to choose between men. They are all a hotchpotch of greatness and littleness, of virtue and vice, of nobility and baseness.Some have more strength of character, or more opporty, and so in one direction or another give their instincts freer play, but potentially they are the same. my part, I do not think I am any better or any worse than most people, but I know that if I set down every action in my life and every thought that has crossed my mind, the world would consider me a monster ofdepravity. The knowledge that thesereveriesare common to all men should inspire one with tolerance to oneself as well as to others. It is well also if they enable us to look upon our fellows, even the most eminent and respectable, with humor, and if they lead us to take ourselves not too seriously.读完这篇哲理短文,你有什么感受呢?欢迎在下面的留言框内说出你的想法,也欢迎您给我们的栏目提出宝贵的意见和建议 编辑推荐:独处 易误解短语辨析lesson 镜子,镜子,告诉我 68990

  Do you know your special talent? Anne Heywood What I am about to say may appear to be plugging my own business, but it’s what I know best—and I believe it deeply and sincerely. I believe that every human being has a talent—something that he can do better than anyone else. And I believe that the distinction between so-called “creative” talents and ordinary run-of-the-mill talents is an unnecessary and a man-made distinction. I have known exterminators and typists, waitresses and machinists whose creative joy and self-fulfillment in their work could not be surpassed by Shakespeare’s or Einstein’s.When I was in my teens, I a ation from Thomas Carlyle “Blessed is he who has found his work. Let him ask no other blessedness.” At the time I thought that was a pretty grim remark, but I know now that Mr. Carlyle was right. When you find the thing that you can do better than anything else in the world, then all the wonderful byproducts fall in line financial security, happy personal relationships, peace of mind. I believe that until you find it, your search the byproducts will be in vain.I also believe that in the process of searching, no experience is ever wasted, unless we allow ourselves to run out of hope. In my own case, I had different jobs bee I found the right one. Many of those jobs were heartbreakingly difficult. A few of them involved working with unscrupulous and horribly unpleasant people. Yet, in looking back, I can see that the most unpleasant of those jobs, in many cases, gave me the biggest dividends—the most valuable preparation my proper life work.And I have seen this happen in the destinies of hundreds of people. Periods which they thought were hopeless, dark, and of no possible practical value have turned out to be the most priceless experience they ever had. I know a girl who is a famous package designer American industry. She was just given a promotion which she competed with six well-qualified designers. Her past, like all of ours, had its good times and its bad times. One of the worst of the bad times was a period when she lost her husband and was left with two small children to support. She took a clerking job in a grocery store because her apartment was on the floor above it and between customers she could run up and keep an eye on the babies.It was a two-year period of great despair, during which she was constantly on the verge of suicide. Yet the other day when she told me of her promotion to the top package design job, she exclaimed in astonishment, “And do you know that the single factor which swung it in my favor was that I alone had over-the-counter experience with the customers who buy our packaged foods!”When people talk about the sweet uses of adversity, I think they unduly stress a grim and kind of hopeless resignation, a conviction that, like unpleasant medicine, it’s somehow “good us.” But I think it’s much more than that. I know that the unhappy periods of our lives offer us concrete and useful plus-values, chief among them a heightened understanding and compassion others. We may not see it at the time, we may consider the experience entirely wasted, but, as Emerson says, “The years teach much which the days never know.” 90。

  觉察到这位挑战者的窘境,禅师说道:“你拥有高超的弓箭术,但你缺乏自如射箭的心境”After winning several archery contests,the young and rather boastful champion challenged a Zen master who was renowned his skill as an archer.The young man demonstrated remarkable technical proficiency when he hit a distant bull’s eye on his first try,and then split that arrow with his second shot. “There,”he said to the old man, “see if you can match that!”Undisturbed ,the master did not draw his bow,but rather motioned the young archer to follow him up the mountain.Curious about the old fellow’s `intentions,the champion followed him high into the mountain until they reached a deep chasm spanned by a rather flimsy and shaky log.Calmly stepping out onto the middle of the unsteady and certainly perilous bridge ,the old maser picked a far away tree as a target,drew his bow,and fired a clean,direct hit. “Now it is your turn,”he said as he gracefully stepped back onto the safe ground.Staring with terror into the seemingly bottomless and beckoning abyss,the young man could not ce himself to step out onto the log,no less shoot at a target. “You have much skill with your bow,” the master said ,sensing his challenger’s predicament, “but you have little skill with the mind that lets loose the shot.” 73

  Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and the wrong. Sometime in life you will have been all of these.要对年轻人温和些,对老人有同情心,体谅正在拼搏的人,宽容弱者和错误因为生活中,有时候我们也会成为这些人中的任何一个

  

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