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  • 栏目简介:《趣味青春英语视频》是外语网络电台的精品节目,通过大讲堂的网络课堂形式,能够帮助英语学习者积累一些英语背景知识,并通过互动的教学形式,帮助有效记忆英语知识。本栏目是学习趣味青春英语的好材料。201607/451743。
  • But Currie really needed to find the site.但是Currie非常需要找到地址So he scoured Browns archive, looking for clues.所以他收集了Brown的文章,希望能找到线索We looked at everything in the archive we could get our hands on.我们翻看了手头上的所有资料And we were lucky that amongst all that material were four photographs which were pretty good.幸运的是,这些资料中有4幅照片非常有用The photographs had been taken by Brown around the dig site in 1910.这些照片是Brown在1910年于挖掘点附近拍摄的Currie hoped that he could use the photos to pinpoint Browns excavation.Currie希望能借助照片查出Brown的挖掘地点But all that was known was that the dig site lay somewhere in the Badlands, near the Red Deer River in western Canada.已知的是这个地点位于巴德兰兹,靠近加拿大西部的红鹿河So in 1997, Currie and a team of paleontologists set off by boat所以在1997年,Currie和一古生物学小组乘船出发and on the expectation down a hundred-mile stretch of the Red Deer River,开始搜索上百英里的红鹿河流域following the paddle strokes of Barnum Brown, looking for the site.沿着Barnum Brown的足迹寻找化石场But the Badlands of Canada stretch over hundreds of square miles,加拿大巴德兰兹地区绵延数百平方公里with endless crags, hills and gullies that all look exactly the same.一望无际的峭壁、山丘和峡谷,看上去都差不多In all this vast land, no one knew where this potential goldmine of fossils was located.在这片辽阔的土地上,谁都不知道恐龙化石究竟埋于何处The Badlands are very, very complex.巴德兰兹的地形非常复杂Unless you have exactly the right angle, be there exactly at the same time of day as he took the photograph,除非你能到达他当时拍摄照片的相同地点the chances are pretty good you cant relocate sites by using photographs.否则你绝对无法用照片来找到它201612/482447。
  • 【新闻精讲】Putting a wolf over their heads.把狼放在他们头顶。The majority of Americans see their pets as family members, surveys show.研究表明,大多数的美国人把他们的宠物看作自己的家庭成员。Those with dogs are more likely to call themselves pet “parents” than canine “owners”.养的人更愿意把自己称为的父母,而并非的主人。There are more of these parents than ever. 现在比以前有更多的“父母”。Canine犬科动物的:犬科动物的、与之相关的或具有其特点的More than1. 不仅Jason is more than a lecturer; he is a writer, too.2. 非常,很I am more than glad to help you.3. 与其……不如He is more lucky than clever.与其说他聪明,不如说他幸运。no more...than1. 表示对两者都否定,意为“同……一样不”(neither...nor...)-He is no more a writer than a lecturer.他既不是演讲家,也不是作家。2. “仅仅”“只有”“最多不超过”,强调少。如:--This test takes no more than thirty minutes.这个测验只要30分钟Less than1. 不像(如)He is less honest than his brother.他不如他哥哥诚实。2. 比……少,不如……多We drink less coffee than tea.我们喝咖啡不如喝茶多。I got less money than the others did.我比别人得到的钱少。3. 与其……不如……I regard him less as my teacher than as my friend.与其说我把他当作老师,不如说我是把他当作朋友。注:表示此义时可与more...than 结构替换(但要注意词序的变化)。如:He is less a teacher than an expert./He is more an expert than a teacher.与其说他是老师,不如说他是专家。In big cities such as San Francisco and Seattle, (owned) dogs outnumber children.在圣弗朗西斯科和西雅图这些大城市,被饲养的数量比人们的孩子还要多。The ways in which companies are profiting from the trend are also multiplying.公司从这一趋势中获利的方式也越来越多。Outnumber数字上超过a town where men outnumber women four to one.一个男女比例为4比1的城镇。The way + (in which) 方式,方法We want to know the way in which you learn new wordsTrend趋势:显示出大致的倾向;趋向:“The gender gap was trending down”(amp;b{James J. Kilpatrick})“性别之间愈来愈没有距离”(詹姆斯J.科尔帕里克)Multiply1. 使大大增加; 大大增加例:Such disputes multiplied recently.最近,此类争论大大增加2. 大量繁殖例:These creatures can multiply quickly.这些生物能迅速大量繁殖。Not only is there organic dog food on offer, but packaged, raw food for dogs so they can follow a “paleo” diet reminiscent of what their ancestors ate in the wild.不仅仅销售有机粮,而且还为提供生机包装食品,从而让能够回归原始饮食方式,回忆起它们祖先以前在野外所吃的东西。Raw food 生食例句:I cannot get used to raw food diets.我没法习惯吃生食。Paleo- 这是一个前缀古代的;史前的;古老的:paleobotany.古植物学Reminiscent令人回想的:倾向于回忆或提示往事的:an evening reminiscent of happier times.令人回想幸福时光的傍晚A different sort of indulgence is orthopaedic pet mattresses.一种不同的溺爱方式就是符合宠物身体构造床垫的诞生。This year Americans spent more than 0m on Halloween costumes for pets.今年,美国人为宠物的万圣节装扮花费超过4亿美元。Indulgence1. 沉溺:沉迷的行为或事例;满足 》 溺爱indulgence of every whim. 放纵于每个兴致2. 迁就,宽容:宽容某种事物的行为:indulgence in irresponsible behavior., 任性地作出不负责任的行为3. 嗜好:沉迷爱好的事物:Sports cars are an expensive indulgence.跑车是一个花费昂贵的嗜好Orthopaedic 矫形的Orthopaedic surgery 矫形外科 ; 骨科手术 ; 整形外科 ; 外科学Mattresses床垫,底垫Costume 饰Garment 外衣Clothing 衣Overall, annual spending on pet food and products in America has risen by around 40% over the past ten years, to bn—a remarkable rate of growth for an aly large industry, says Jared Koerten of Euromonitor, a research firm.总的说来,美国人每年在宠物食品和有关产品上的开销在过去10年间已经上涨了约40%,达到430亿美元。一家名为Euromonitor研究公司的Jared Koerten表示,这个增长率对于体量已然极其庞大的行业来说是惊人的。Overall总体上地(Webster: as a whole : GENERALLY )例:Overall I was disappointed.总的来说,我感到失望。Remarkable显著,值得注意的 noticeableIt is quite remarkable that doctors have been so wrong about this.Now a pack of startups has sniffed a fresh opportunity.现在,一群创业公司已经嗅到了商机。Sniff1. 嗅,闻:使用嗅觉器官,如品尝或调查:sniffed at the jar to see what it held. 嗅一嗅罐子看里面装的是什么2. 鄙视:用瞧不起或不重视的态度看待某物:The critics sniffed at the adaptation of the novel to film.家们对于把小说改编成电影不屑一顾Fresh1, 新鲜, 干净fresh air; fresh water2. 没经验的;不熟练的:fresh recruits. 新兵Much as Airbnb has offered travellers an alternative to staying in a hotel, two firms, Rover and DogVacay, want to give pet owners an alternative to kennels when away from home.就像Airbnb已经为旅行者提供了另外一种入住酒店的方式,Rover和DogVacay这两家公司打算为宠物饲主出远门时提供一种全新的寄养方式。Kennel窝,房kernel中心:最具实质性的中心部分;核心:“that hard kernel of gaiety that never breaks”(Evelyn Waugh)“快乐的坚强核心从未破裂。”(伊夫琳#8226;沃)Customers search for a nearby sitter and pay for their dog to stay in that person’s home.顾客可以搜寻就近的“宠物保姆”,然后为他们的宠物付“住宿费”。Sitter保姆:当父母不在时照看孩子的人The cost is around a night, with the majority of that going to the sitter and around a fifth to the company—much less than you would spend to check your dog into a kennel.寄养宠物一晚上的花费是大约30美金,“宠物保姆”会收到其中大部分的钱,只有约五分之一的佣金归属这个公司。这比你花钱给宠物店照看要便宜得多。Check 暂时看放Check over 查看;检查:The teacher checked the students papers over. 老师仔细查看了学生们的试卷Check in 在旅馆登记住宿Check out1. 结帐离开:结帐并且离开旅馆或其它住所2. 办妥手续之后取出(某物):check out books. 借出书籍201702/493078。
  • By now, there are lots of things about climate change you probably think you know, like how carbon dioxide could lead to a warmer atmosphere or how melting ice could raise sea levels. 现在,有很多关于气候变化的事情你可能认为你知道,像二氧化碳如何导致大气变暖或者融化的冰如何提高海平面。Those ideas are more right than wrong, but the truth is its complicated.这些想法是正确的,但事实却是复杂的。While certain natural functions need CO2, too much could throw off the planets carbon-cycle balance. 虽然某些自然的功能需要二氧化碳,过多可能会影响地球的碳循环平衡。A 2014 study, for example, showed plants can absorb more CO2 than we thought,about 1 trillion tons. And more carbon dioxide can even help plants grow. 例如,一项2014年的研究表明,植物吸收的二氧化碳比我们想象的要多,大约有1万亿吨。更多的二氧化碳甚至可以帮助植物生长。But too much atmospheric CO2 can ultimately hinder plant growth because it can influence weather patterns, like longer droughts.但大气太多的CO2最终会阻碍植物的生长,因为它会影响天气模式,比如更长的干旱。Although human activity is driving the increase in CO2, we might only partly contribute to other climate change phenomena.虽然人类活动正在推动二氧化碳的增加,我们可能只是部分地促进了其它气候变化现象。In a recent study, scientists found things that happen naturally, like temperature flux and solar radiation, make up as much as half of the overall decline in sea ice. 在最近的一项研究中,科学家发现自然发生的事情如温度通量和太阳辐射,构成了海冰整体下降一半。So, sea ice melt isnt entirely our fault, but we do still contribute at least half and thats a problem.因此,海冰融化并不完全是我们的错,但我们仍然贡献至少一半,这是一个问题。Sea ice reflects sunlight, which keeps Earth cool. Less of it means the dark ocean can absorb more light, which heats up the planet.海冰反射阳光使地球保持凉爽。它的减少意味着深蓝的海洋可以吸收更多的阳光使地球变热。But melting sea ice doesnt raise sea levels. Research attributes that to land ice, from mountain glaciers and ice sheets that flow into the ocean. 但是融化的海冰并不能提高海平面。研究发现是流入海洋的高山冰川和冰原使海平面上升。Think of it like adding water to an aly full glass,eventually it will overflow.想想,就好像是把水倒在已经满了的杯子里,最终它会溢出来。译文属。201703/497866。
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