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英语口语学习:superfluous --1 :55: 来源: Not at all. It's simply that he's superfluous to our style of living. 中文:不是啦,只是在我的生活中他是多余的 词汇:   superfluous adj..多余的 英语口语British Columbia British 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 Canada'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.Peccadillo: 小过失 -01-6 3:8:57 来源: 我们生活中的大多数事物都是可以用由多到少,由强到弱这样的梯度词来度量的一个经典的例子就是,根据基督教的理论,罪恶也是有严重和轻微之分的有我们所熟知的七宗"不可饶恕的大罪":pride(骄傲)、covetousness(贪婪)、lust(纵欲)、envy(妒忌)、gluttony(贪吃)、anger(嗔怒)、sloth(懒惰);也有像把工作单位的共用厕纸拿回家呀,在公司快要倒闭的时候立刻甩掉手头的股票之类的"可原谅的小罪"这样的小罪就叫做peccadilloPeccadillo来自西班牙语,意思是"轻罪,小过失"这个词大约是在91年左右出现在英语里的,人们从那时候开始就用它来表示"某事可能不是什么好事儿,但也不必为此生气"这个意思例如,A fine of £5000 is swingeing such a peccadillo. (对于这样一个小过错就罚款5000英镑简直是太过分了)再如,He is such a fury! He just flied into rage at such a peccadillo! (他真是个爱生气的人对这样一个小过错都大发雷霆)当然,我们每个人都不可避免地犯过一些罪那么你犯的是滔天大罪,还是可以理解的peccadillo呢?只有天知,地知,你知了(中国日报网站编译) 过失 这样 such 我们

真正的热情是, 早上起床后就要精力充沛地去开始一天的工作你要满腔热情地去工作和对待同事这会使你得到提高, 并成为更高层次的人Enthusiasm Leads To SuccessNothing great was ever achieved with out enthusiasm. ――Ralph Waldo Emerson We’ve all had to work and do things that we did not especially enjoy. Usually, some chirpy1) person would tell us to be more enthusiastic). “You’ll have more fun, ”they would say. Well, they were partly right. Being enthusiastic about something means being ex-cited about a given project. Enthusiasm entails having a strong interest in the task at hand. If you decided to learn a new language, which is not easy by any , you would have to dedicate3) yourself wholehearted to the cause. Anything less would result in failure. What is real enthusiasm? In your quest success, enthusiasm means that you believe deeply in what the company is doing. You also believe that your job is important and contributes to the cause. It means that you’re willing to work your butt off to achieve the company’s goals. Real enthusiasm is when you leap out of bed in the morning and attack your day with gusto. You have zeal the work you do and the people you work with. This pushes you to improve and become a better person. Enthusiasm means that you are stimulated by your work, and are able to find new challenges and keep growing professionally. Furthermore, most jobs have some elements that are less fun and more difficult to carry out. This is where passion) really comes into play. When you love what you do, it isn’t too difficult to get psyched5) up and get the job done. The hard part is perming equally well in those less interesting tasks. Passion helps you get ahead Enthusiasm about a job or project usually translates into positive energy. That is, if you are excited about a project, you will be anxious to get started and get results. The mere fact of looking ward to your work will help make you more productive and effective. You will plan more effectively and pay careful attention to detail. You will carry out your plan more carefully and aim t he best results possible. Another important point is that passionate people are usually those that are thrust into positions of leadership. A leader must have zest if people are to follow him and achieve the corporate mission. A leader must inspire his troops. To inspire them, he needs to exude enthusiasm. In leaders, this translates into charisma6). Being fervent about your work shows a willingness to do more and learn. This will definitely help you stand out from the crowd and get top management‘s attention. Increasing your enthusiasm Most men aren’t born great----they become great. Similarly, not everyone is the enthusiastic type that falls in love with their work. However, do not despair, there are ways to become more passionate. One good way to boost your gusto is by ing about successful people, it will help you realize that you too can make it happen. Reading about real success stories often illustrates that people much like yourself have become business leaders. In most cases, they all share one trait7):enthusiasm. If you want to succeed, you should be excited about your work, your life and your co-workers.□by Michael Bucci

关于穿衣打扮的英文常用表达 --7 3:1:0 来源: 衣装应该是一个永远都不会过时的话题无论何时何地,跟什么人在一起,衣着的话题总是能够引起共鸣今天我们也来说说有关衣装的一些常用表达吧!1. What will you wear the party?晚会上你穿什么?. I'll wear my blue dress.我会穿我的蓝色裙子3. Don't you think it's too mal?你不觉得太正式了吗?. I like your new dress. Where did you get it?我喜欢你这件新衣在哪儿买的啊?5. It's not new. I bought it two years ago.不是新买的,我两年前就买了6. You should have your suit cleaned and ironed.你应该把你的套装拿去洗烫一下7. You'd better put on your jacket. It's cold outside.你最好穿上夹克,外面冷8. The blouse no longer fits me.这件衬衣现在不合身了9. My son has outgrown these trousers.这条裤子我儿子已经穿不进去了. The shoes are worn-out.这鞋已经不能穿了. I don't like wearing the unim.我不喜欢穿制. The color matches you quite well.这颜色跟你很相配. Your shoe lace is loose.你的鞋带松了. You got to fasten the collar buttons.你忘了扣领纽了. Take off your hat. It doesn't fit.别戴帽子不适合这个场合 关于 穿衣 打扮

The 5-dollar BillI stretched my legs under the living-room desk,picked up a letter and cut it open.It came from Martel's Department Store.I was shocked when I saw the amount we owed them:5 dollars.It was a mistake,of course.Janet and I had not spent that kind of money,certainly not with the way we had been counting every penny and saving the first payment on the house we planned to buy.I looked at the amount again.Of course,they had meant 17dollars 50cents.They had added an extra zero,and misplaced the decimal1) point.I rubbed my hand across my face.The shock was gone.I looked up across the living room into the bedroom beyond.I saw Janet curled up) under the covers ing a magazine.I often looked at her lying that way,as I sat working late at night.To me it represented every thing.Janet was my wife,my partner.We had great plans ahead.“Janet,” I called to her,“I think that Martel's made a mistake.They sent us a bill 175dollars.I'm sure it should be17dollars50cents.Will you call about it tomorrow,so I can send the cheque?”Janet did not answer.“Janet,” I called again,“did you hear?I said Martel's made a mistake.”She lowered the magazine slowly,lying it across her chest.I could tell she was trying to be calm.“I did not want you to see that,”she said slowly.“I thought I had hidden it from the other letters.”I flushed3) when I realized that Janet had spent the money.She had not even asked me about it.I went from the living room to sit on the edge of the bed,watching her closely.We might as well get it all out in the open,I felt.“Do you mean,”I began,“that you spent 175dollars without discussing it with me?And why not?”Janet tried to smile.“I am working,too.I'm going to pay it.”“That's what I want to know,Janet.Pay what?I haven't seen anything new around here.”Janet lowered her eyes.“I--I don't want to tell you,Barney.It's--just something I wanted to buy.”I kept looking at her.It was hard to believe what I had heard.Janet had spent the money,admitted it,and now didn't even want to tell me what it was .I just could not understand that at all.There was no money in the checking to pay this bill.It would have to be taken from our savings .That meant another month' s delay in buying the house.It was not fair.It violated3) our plans and agreement,and worst of all,I would never be able to trust her again.Why had she done this to me?I was becoming angrier,and I decided I was going to get to the bottoms of it all.“Look,Janet,” I said sharply.“Let's not play games.I want to know what that bill is ?I have a right to know.”Janet touched my arm.“Don't be angry with me,Barney?You've been working much too hard these last few months.You're so jumpy) and nervous.”She was trying to escape from the situation and I knew it.That made me angrier.I pulled away roughly,displeased.“Look,” I repeated,“I asked you a question.Do you refuse to give me an answer?”Janet looked up at me,puzzled,as if she was struggling with a problem.When she finally answered,I did not like w hat she said.“You'll just have to accept the matter as it is,” she said quickly.“Just because I married you does not mean I have no right to a few private affairs.Yes,I refuse to answer.”With that,she looked me in the eyes again.That turned the devil loose in my brain.I stood up and started to walk back and th,unable to control my boiling anger.All at once,I stopped dead still.I knew everything.She did not have to tell me.She had bought a damned mink fur scarf5).Her friend Carol had just gotten one a month bee,and I had seen that look in Janet's eyes,that look of green-eye envy.Just like a woman.What to put on her back came first.“You little cheat.”I said,looking down,the words coming slow and burning.“I know what you bought,a home really doesn't mean anything to you.All you want is a pile of fancy clothes.I thought you were the kind of wife I wanted,but you had me fooled.You're like a lot of others,a loose spender,that's what you are.A spendthrift.”Janet's eyes narrowed to slits and her face showed horror and amazement,and I enjoyed seeing it.It was exactly what I wanted,to see her suffer a little,too.She got out of bed and stood bee me.“Is that what you think of me?”Her own anger sent mine up higher.“You're damned right,it is.”I exploded.“I just wish I had known in time.”Now her anger was as hot as mine.We stood on equal ground.“You poor fool.” she said.“You don't even know what you're talking about.You don't even know what marriage is.You'll find out.You have a nice long time to find out,alone.I'm going to take a cab to mother's,and don't trouble calling me.I never want to see you again.”I knew the situation was really serious now,but I had no thought of giving in.Let her go.She'll soon realize I was right and come crawling6) back.The next morning at the office,I kept to myself,burying myself in work.No one seemed to notice my quiet manner.When I returned from lunch,I found Bill beside my desk,showing a new set of golf clubs to the other fellows.“Best buy in town.”he said proudly.He turned to me with a smile.“Say,Barney,you used to play,didn't you?”I ced a smile and said“ Sure did,”That gave me an idea,to start playing again.If I bought some golf clubs,that would even things up with Janet.That afternoon,I bought the clubs I wanted and started to swing them on the floor.One ball,I hit harder that I meant to,and the ball rolled across the living room,through the bedroom and into Janet's half-opened closet.The closet was a big one,and dark.A lot of Janet's things were still hanging there.I got down on my knees and felt around in a dark corner way at the back.My hands rubbed against a heavy box.I lifted t he top of the box and looked inside,I was not prepared what I saw.It was the best-looking set of golf clubs I had ever seen,better than the ones I had chosen.There was also a golf bag,a dozen balls and a pair of golf shoes.The box was marked.It came from Martel's Department Store.It was then that I remembered our wedding anniversary would be Tuesday.All this me.There was nothing Janet.Janet,with her love surprises an d her unselfish love me.How crazy I had been.Janet was right.I was a poor,stupid fool.There was only one thing to do now,I thought.Go crawling and begging her to return.And I was man enough to do it.And tomorrow I'd do something else.I would hide a mink scarf in my closet. 189

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