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Skyscrapers and Environment In the late 1960's, many people in North America turned their attention to environmental problems, and new steel-and-glass skyscrapers were widely criticized. Ecologists pointed out that a cluster of tall buildings in a city often overburdens public transportation and parking lot capacities. Skyscrapers are also lavish consumers, and wasters, of electric power. In one recent year, the addition of million square feet of skyscraper office space in New York City raised the peak daily demand electricity by 0, 000 kilowatts-enough to supply the entire city of Albany, New York, a day. Glass-walled skyscrapers can be especially wasteful. The heat loss (or gain)through a wall of half-inch plate glass is more than ten times that through a typical masonry wall filled with insulation board. To lessen the strain on heating and air-conditioning equipment, builders of skyscrapers have begun to use double-glazed panels of glass, and reflective glasses coated with silver or gold mirror films that reduce glare as well as heat gain. However, mirror-walled skyscrapers raise the temperature of the surrounding air and affect neighboring buildings. Skyscrapers put a severe strain on a city's sanitation facilities, too. If fully occupied, the two World Trade Center towers in New York City would alone generate .5 million gallons of raw sewage each year-as much as a city the size of Stand, Connecticut , which has a population of more than 1, 000. 1口语小词学到位:避免不必要的麻烦(9) -01-7 :: 来源: J81: Cart在美国一般人都是一个星期才去超市买菜,一买就是一个星期的份,所以大多数的人都是开车去,由于我住的地方离超市很近,加上又是一个人住,所以都是走路去买菜.这里超市的名字取得真好玩,看英文不觉得,但你硬给他翻成中文就好笑了.像Star Market,Stop and shop,分别翻为[星星市场],[停下来买],这让我想到美国有一所大学叫米饭大学(Rice University),还很有名咧!!.事情发生在超市,当我在结帐时,装袋子的对我说"Can I put these in your cart?",我一听"car",我又没有car (车子),所以我就立刻对她说"NO!",她对我这突然的回答吓到了于是算帐的对我说"Could you move your cart",这时我才搞清楚,她说的是cart(手推车)而不是car,害我顿时觉得不好意思.J8: Rubber我在美国有时后会看一些杂志,记得曾在读者文摘中看到一个笑话,特别提出来,以免来美国念书时发生相同的错误,那就糗大了.一个从澳洲来的留学生来美国读书.一次上课,要向隔壁桌的男生借橡皮擦,所以对他说" Can I borrow your rubber",那男生一听,瞪大了眼睛说了"What",于是那女生指着橡皮擦,并说"rubber",这时那位男生才恍然大悟,原来那女生要的是橡皮擦.你知道那女生那里说错吗?在美国rubber也表示保险套,所以这就是为何那男生那么惊讶的原因.若要借橡皮擦你可以说eraser,立可白就说white-out.J83: borrow and use有一次到友人家中做客,一段时间后内急,想说在台湾都是很客气地跟主人说:能向你借厕所吗?于是便问: Can I borrow your toilet?结果他笑着说: You are welcome to use the toilet,but you can't take it away!(欢迎你使用厕所,但不要带走)真是礼多人怪阿J8: Close我常闹笑话, 不过因为太糗,所以都尽量能忘就忘,不过前几天刚发生一件还没忘.几天前我在实验室用完离心机之后,老外突然跟我说 "Close it me, OK?" "好吧", 我就把它关机了.结果没多久他跑来跟我说,只是要我先把盖子关上, 我为什么把它 shut off? 害他还要暖机.害我当时真尴尬.J85: Tea and dinner刚到澳洲,新认识的朋友好心邀请我到他们家,并说lease come and have tea with us tonight.我一听高兴地回答:Thank you very much. I will be there.心想人家邀请喝 "晚茶",一定要吃饱在去才有礼貌,于是提早吃完晚餐准时赴约.谁知道一入门,就见他们开始煮意大利面,并问我要吃多少.我非常客气地回答:NO, Thank you! I have had my dinner at home.语毕,却换来他们奇怪的脸色,一直等到他们用完餐,问我是不是不喜欢这些食物,我极力否认,回答说自己只是来喝茶聊天的.这时他们才恍然大悟笑着说,这里提的tea是指"晚餐"的意思.所以以后若有人邀请你have tea at dinner time,千万别吃饱才去!!J86: Address有一天我问我同学"Clinton address to Americans"是什么意思?他回答"科林顿的地址在美国",其实应该是"科林顿向美国人民[演讲]".J87: Tell有一次我在电话上与朋友练习英文会话,她对我说:"I can speak Taiwanese".我说:"I can tell",之后她又对我说"I am sure you can tell",害我都接不下去了.tell在此的意思是说分辨,或是直接翻译成"看得出来".J88: You'll back to gym later我在学校有参加排球队, 有天教练叫我下场,并往场上一指说"You'll back to gym later"[你一下会回到队里].我一听" You back gym",又看到教练对后球场的方向指去,于是伤心地往后场跑去, 一去不回. 教练觉得很奇怪,以为我只是要去饮水机喝水,等到要我再上场的时候发现人却不见了, 于是叫了另一个球员去找我,才发现我待在后场的比赛场上.第二天那个教练把这件事当成笑话讲了出来~~~J89: aging people一次我跟一个小女孩说: Do you know how old I am?结果小女孩跟我说, I don't like aging people.我惊讶地问她," So, You don't like me?"后来我才发现我误会她了.I don't like aging people 是说[我不喜欢猜别人的年纪],而不是[我不喜欢上了年纪的人].J90: Cannon这是我学的笑话.一次她出去国玩,见到一个大炮旁有个标示写着"Don't touch cannon"一向自以为英文好的她,就开口说"怪了!这个大炮不准人照耶!"原来她把cannon[大炮]误认为canon[佳能---相机牌子]. 麻烦 必要 避免 到位Dufficulties arise in the lives of us all.生活中困难在所难免,What is most important is dealing with the hard times, coping with the changes, and getting through to the other side where the sun is still shining just you.最重要的是要挺过艰难的时刻,积极应对种种变故,冲破黎明前的黑暗,你终会看到只属于自己的灿烂阳光It takes a strong person to deal with tough times and difficult choices. But you are a strong person.只有强者才能勇敢直面困难时刻,做出艰难抉择而你正是这样一位强者It takes courage.But you possess the inner courage to see you through.要有勇气你拥有披荆斩棘的勇气It takes being an active participant in your life. But you are in the driver's seat, and you can determine the direction you want tomorrow to go in.你必须在这场游戏人生中积极主动而且你正在驾驭这场游戏,并决定着自己明天前进的方向Hang in there... and take care to see that you don't lose sight of the one thing that is constant, beautiful,and true 坚持再坚持,别让你的视野迷失了那不变的美好真理:Everything will be fine---and it will turn out that way because of the special kind of person you are.一切都会好转的------因为你是如此的与众不同So...beginning today and lasting a lifetime through---Hang in there, and don't be afraid to feel like the morning sun is shining...just you.到生命的终点-----坚持住,不必怀疑,朝阳为你而升起 6

31British Columbia31 British ColumbiaBritish Columbia is the third largest Canadian provinces, both in area and population. It is nearly 1.5 times as large as Texas, and extends 800 miles(1,0km) north from the ed States border. It includes Canadarsquo;s entire west coast and the islands just off the coast.Most of British Columbia is mountainous, with long rugged ranges running north and south. Even the coastal islands are the remains of a mountain range that existed thousands of years ago. During the last Ice Age, this range was scoured by glaciers until most of it was beneath the sea. Its peaks now show as islands scattered along the coast.The southwestern coastal region has a humid mild marine climate. Sea winds that blow inland from the west are warmed by a current of warm water that flows through the Pacific Ocean. As a result, winter temperatures average above freezing and summers are mild. These warm western winds also carry moisture from the ocean.Inland from the coast, the winds from the Pacific meet the mountain barriers of the coastal ranges and the Rocky Mountains. As they rise to cross the mountains, the winds are cooled, and their moisture begins to fall as rain. On some of the western slopes almost 0 inches (500cm) of rain fall each year.More than half of British Columbia is heavily ested. On mountain slopes that receive plentiful rainfall, huge Douglas firs rise in towering columns. These est giants often grow to be as much as 300 feet(90m) tall, with diameters up to feet(3m). More lumber is produced from these trees than from any other kind of tree in North America. Hemlock, red cedar, and balsam fir are among the other trees found in British Columbia.英属哥伦比亚英属哥伦比亚是加拿大的第三大省,无论是面积还是人口都是如此它几乎是德克萨斯的1.5倍,从美国边境一直向北延伸了800英里(1,0公里)它包括了加拿大整个西海岸及附近岛屿大部分英属哥伦比亚多山峦绵长而粗犷的山脉贯通南北甚至那些沿海的岛屿都是那些存在于千万年前的山脉的遗迹在上一个冰河时期,这些山脉被冰河冲刷侵蚀,直到大部分山脉被淹没在海中它们的峰顶显现为沿着海岸散布的岛屿西南海岸地区有着潮湿温和的海洋性气候从太平洋来的温暖的洋流使得从西吹过内陆的海风变得温暖这儿冬天平均气温在零上而且夏天也不会酷热这些温暖的西风同样也从海洋带来了湿气来自太平洋的、从海岸向内陆的风遇到海岸山脉和落基山脉这些山脉屏障当气流升高跨越这些山脉时,风的温度就降低了,风中的水分形成降雨在一些朝西山坡区域每年大约有0英寸(500厘米)的降水大部分英属哥伦比亚密布着森林在有充足降水的斜坡,巨大的道格拉斯枞树高耸入云这些森林巨人常常长到高达300英尺(90米),直径粗达英尺(3米)这些树产出了比北美其他任何树都多的木材铁杉、红香椿、香脂冷杉枞都是发现于英属哥伦比亚的其它树种 6

A Terrific ClassThe first day of school began on a bright note a teacher who was glancing over the class roll.After each student‘s name was a number,such as 8,0, and so on.“Look at these IQs ,”she thought to herself.“They’ve given me a terrific class.”As a result,the elated teacher worked harder with this class than with her others.She tried new innovations that she thought would challenge them and hold their interest.And it worked.The class did much better than any of her other classes,which s he had taught in the usual way.Only later did she find out that the figures after each pupil’s name stood their locker numbers. 30Top Six Ways to Build a Wonderful Life1. Live Below Your MeansThere will always be temptation to sake the future immediate gratification. We all want to buy that new piece of technology, treat ourselves to an expensive night on the town, or take out a loan the flashy car we can't afd. It might feel great at the time but rash spending hurts a lot later on.Enjoy life's simple pleasures and save as much as you can. Expensive things don't create lasting happiness and security. Careful spending will bring you greater leisure and enjoyment in the long run.. Put Your Money to WorkSaving is great, but to make the most of your money you need to put it to work. Good investments can be the difference between retiring in your 0's or in your 60's. A post today at The Simple Dollar really got me thinking.According to Trent's projections, if a person in their early 's invests % of their income in an Samp;P index fund, the interest they earn will equal their current salary when they reach their early 0's. They could retire without a drop in income!Wise investing is the surest path to financial independence and it's something everyone can work on. It's definitely an area I'll be devoting more attention to in my personal life and on this blog.3. Educate YourselfTo be happy we need continuous growth. The best way to grow is life-long education. This doesn't mean you need to pursue a doctorate or spend hours ing every day. Self-education can be anything that takes you out of your comt zone. The important part is keeping an open mind and searching fresh ideas and perspectives. Education builds over time. It might feel like the bits of wisdom you acquire don't mean much, but over the years they add up to m a wiser, kinder, more interesting person.. Develop Lasting Personal RelationshipsSuppose you had everything you wanted. Would you be happy without anyone to share it with? The personal relationships we develop with friends and family members are the greatest source of happiness in our lives. Don't get about them. Taking the time to cultivate and enjoy personal relationships is essential to long-term happiness. Without the people you care about you'll probably be miserable, no matter how successful you become.5. Work Towards a Dream You're Passionate AboutEven if your life isn't perfect, you can always build towards a goal you're passionate about. If you aren't building towards something, you're probably stagnating. When this happens to me I start to feel like a victim trapped by my own life. The best way to reverse this is working towards a goal. We can't control everything about our lives, but working towards a goal gives us something positive to focus on and lays the foundation future success. No matter what your passion is, get out there and start doing something. As Lao Tzu said, even a journey of 1 000 miles begins with a single step.6. Stay in ShapeYou only get one body. Once it's been ruined there isn't much you can do about it. Exercise to keep the rust off. Avoid excessive consumption of damaging substances and unhealthy foods. It may feel like terrible self denial at the time but enjoying good health in your later years is worth the sacrifice. 675The Revolution in American Higher Education To produce the upheaval in the ed States that changed and modernized the domain of higher education from the mid 1860's to the mid 1880's, three primary causes interacted. The emergence of a half dozen leaders in education provided the personal ce that was needed. Moreover, an outcry a fresher, more practical, and more advanced kind of instruction arose among the alumni and friends of nearly all of the old colleges and grew into a movement that overrode all conservative opposition. The aggressive "Young Yale" movement appeared, demanding partial alumni control, a more liberal spirit, and a broader course of study. The graduates of Harvard college simultaneously rallied to relieve the college's poverty and demand new enterprise. Education was pushing toward higher standards in the East by throwing off church leadership everywhere, and in the West by finding a wider range of studies and a new sense of public duty. The old style classical education received its most crushing blow in the citadel of Harvard College, where Dr. Charles Eliot, a young captain of thirty five, son of a mer treasurer of Harvard, led the progressive ces. Five revolutionary advances were made during the first years of Dr. Eliot's administration. They were the elevation and amplification of entrance requirements, the enlargement of the curriculum and the development of the elective system, the recognition of graduate study in the liberal arts, the raising of professional training in law, medicine, and engineering to a postgraduate level, and the fostering of greater maturity in students' life. Standards of admission were sharply advanced in 187-1873 and 1876-1877. By the appointment of a dean to take charge of student affairs, and a wise handling of discipline, the undergraduates were led to regard themselves more as young gentlemen and less as young animals. One new course of study after another was opened up - science, music, the history of the fine arts, advanced Spanish, political economy, physics, classical philology, and international law. 61

Life Is Not Perfect Go ahead with life as it is, with the bumps and pitfalls. However it is, give your best to every moment.Don't spend your time waiting the perfect situation, something which is not very likely to come.Life is not perfect; the way you live can make it perfectly wonderful.Life Is WonderfulFace your past without regret.Handle your present with confidence.Prepare the future without fear.Keep faith and drop the fear.Don't believe your doubts and never doubt your beliefs. Life is wonderful if you know how to live it. 950What I have lived Three passions,simple but overwhelmingly1) strong,have governed my lifethe longing love,the search knowledge,and unbearable pity the suffering of mankind.These passions,like great winds,have blown me hither and thither),in a way-ward course,over a deep ocean of anguish,reaching to the very verge of despair.I have sought love,first,because it brings ecstasy3)--ecstasy so great that I would often have sacrificed all the rest of life a few hours of this joy.I have sought it,next,because it relieves loneliness--that terrible loneliness in which one shivering consciousness looks over the rim of the world into the cold unfathomable lifeless abyss).I have sought it,finally,because in the union of love I have seen,in a mystic miniature5),the prefiguring6) vision of the heaven that saints and poets have imagined.This is what I sought,and though it might seem too good human life,this is what--at last--I have found.With equal passion I have sought know ledge.I have wished to understand the hearts of men.I have wished to know why the stars shine.And I have tried to apprehend the Pythagorean7) power by which number holds sway above the flux.A little of this,but not much,I have achieved.Love and knowledge,so far as they were possible,led upward the heavens.But always pity brought me back to earth.Echoes of cries of pain reverberate8) in my heart.Children in famine,victims tortured by oppressors,helpless old people a hated burden to their sons,and the whole of loneliness,poverty,and pain make a mockery9) of what human life should be.I long to alleviate the evil,and I too suffer.This has been my life.I have found it worth living,and would gladly live it again if the chance were offered me.(From Russell' s Views on Life) 6To Fanny Keats, th December 1819 Wentworth Place My dear Fanny; When I saw you last, you asked me whether you should see me again bee Christmas—You would have seen me if I had been quite well. I have not, though not unwell enough to have prevented me—not indeed at all—but fearful lest the weather should affect my throat which on exertion or cold continually threatens me—by the advise of my doctor I have had a warm great coat made and have ordered some thick shoes—so furnished I shall be with you if it holds a little fine bee Christmas day. I am, ever, my dear Sister Yours affectionately John Keats

“乱穿马路”怎么说? -01-6 3:9:01 来源: 嘿,红灯亮了,别乱穿马路!“乱穿马路”用英语怎么说?Jaywalk(乱穿马路)常用来形容“行人走路不遵守交通规则擅闯红灯”,它的渊源颇带有歧视性意味,可以说是“城里人对乡下人的一种嘲弄”早在世纪,当城市刚刚在英国发展起来的时候,进城的乡下人常被城镇居民戏称为jay(“一种呆头呆脑、唧唧喳喳叫不停的鸟”,此处可理解为“乡巴佬”)乡下人说话声音大、不懂交通规则、看到城里“巨大”建筑时惊诧不已——这种少见多怪、缺乏“文明”的举止遭到城里人的耻笑,jay(乡巴佬)几乎成了“呆子、傻子”的代名词因为“不懂交通规则”是jay(乡巴佬)的重要标志,到世纪初,那些“不遵守交通规则擅闯红灯”的行人就被戏称为jaywalker,相应的,“乱闯红灯”则可表达为jaywalking(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 怎么 规则 交通 红灯What is a Typical American Film?Is there such a thing as a typical American film?It is true that there are many features that mark a movie as American,but perhaps the most essential feature is the theme of the loner-hero.From the earliest days of silent filmsuntil the recent extravagant science fiction films,the American movie has concentrated on the role of one individualwho spends his or her life combating the ces of evil —and the good guy, the hero,usually wins by the end of the film.In the western movie,which comes out of many legends of the American West,a typical figure is the lonesome cowboy.He wanders into a town and straightens out its troubles.Those troubles can be cattle rustlers or out-laws.Then the strong and independent hero fades off into the sunset alone.Americans like this image in their filmsbecause they are highly independent themselves,and individualism counts a great deal with them.An individual who is able to correct the evils of the world,or of a small town, is someone to admire.Even the gangster movie,a very popular m of the typical American film,usually has a hero.Either he is a lawman out to catch the criminals or a gangsterwho suddenly sees the light and tries to go straight.During the violence?ridden period of Prohibition in the 19s,it is natural that the gangster movie would grow in popularity.These films kept the same tone as the western —the bad cannot triumph!One good person can save the innocent.Recent science fiction films deal with the same themes.Against the ces of alien powers,people will fight to protect their ideals.Here, too, the action centers around a single individual,but now he or she must save the world. 775Skyscrapers and Environment In the late 1960's, many people in North America turned their attention to environmental problems, and new steel-and-glass skyscrapers were widely criticized. Ecologists pointed out that a cluster of tall buildings in a city often overburdens public transportation and parking lot capacities. Skyscrapers are also lavish consumers, and wasters, of electric power. In one recent year, the addition of million square feet of skyscraper office space in New York City raised the peak daily demand electricity by 0, 000 kilowatts-enough to supply the entire city of Albany, New York, a day. Glass-walled skyscrapers can be especially wasteful. The heat loss (or gain)through a wall of half-inch plate glass is more than ten times that through a typical masonry wall filled with insulation board. To lessen the strain on heating and air-conditioning equipment, builders of skyscrapers have begun to use double-glazed panels of glass, and reflective glasses coated with silver or gold mirror films that reduce glare as well as heat gain. However, mirror-walled skyscrapers raise the temperature of the surrounding air and affect neighboring buildings. Skyscrapers put a severe strain on a city's sanitation facilities, too. If fully occupied, the two World Trade Center towers in New York City would alone generate .5 million gallons of raw sewage each year-as much as a city the size of Stand, Connecticut , which has a population of more than 1, 000. 1

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