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哈尔滨治疗外阴炎哪家好啊哈尔滨市第三医院人流医院新东方最新英语口语学习词典S部分暂无文本 /200707/15349哈尔滨维多利亚医院网上咨询 VOA流行美语 117: flip-flop/wishy-washy今天Larry和李华在校园里闲逛,校园里到处都贴满了选举传单。今天李华会学到两个常用语:flip flop和wishy-washy.LL: Hey, Li Hua who do you support for class president?LH: 我觉得Gary Lawrence当学生会主席应该是不错的。他看起来挺老实,也很勤奋。LL: Gary Lawrence? But he flip-flops all of the time. One minute he's in favor of increasing campus security and the next minute he's accusing the university of policing its studentsLH: Flip-flop? 那是什么意思啊?你说他一会儿要加强校园安全,一会儿又批评学校过于监管学生。嗯...flip-flop, 你是说他翻来覆去的意思吧?LL: Something like that. Flip-flop is a term that is often used in politics. It means that a particular person suddenly changes his/her position on an issue.LH: 噢,flip-flop经常用在政治方面。但是改变想法也没什么错啊。每个人都会有改变主意的时候嘛!LL: That's true, but when someone flip-flops a lot it makes him seem weak and indecisive. People will not think he is a good, strong leader.LH: 那是没错。如果一个人经常flip flop,别人就会觉得他不够果断,不能做个好领导。LL: If Gary flip-flops a lot, how could he be a good student leader!LH: 对,如果我们因为Gary持加强校园安,投了他一票。结果他当选后,又改变立场,那不就糟了?LL: Exactly. I would feel as though I had voted for the wrong person.LH: 没错,那可真是选错人了。哎,对了,Larry,如果我说我赞同死刑,但后来又改变立场,反对死刑。这样算不算是flip-flop?LL: That would definitely be flip-flopping.LH: 可是一些政治人物经常这样改变立场的啊!LL: That's true, but they also lose support when they do things like that. It's very negative to be accused of flip-flopping in U.S. politics.LH: 还好我不是什么政治人物,这样我就可以随便改变立场咯!******LL: Li Hua, what about Laura Wilson? Do you support her for class president even though she flip-flops all of the time? I think she is so wishy-washy.LH: 嗯,Laura Wilson是还好啦。可是她不也经常改变立场吗?你还说她wishy-washy。那又是什么意思啊?LL: Wishy-washy is similar to flip-flop but it's an adjective instead of a verb. To be wishy-washy is to be weak and indecisive.LH: 原来wishy-washy的意思和flip flop差不多,只不过它是个形容词。照这么说,Larry, 我是不是能说一个经常改变主意的人很wishy-washy?LL: Yes. I can also call you wishy-washy if you can't decide which candidate to support.LH: 嘿!我才不是wishy-washy呢!我只是要仔细地想一想,到底把票投给谁最好!LL: I know, I'm just teasing you. Can you give me another example of wishy-washy?LH: 你要我举个例子啊?哎,有了,我们的朋友Lisa,她一直下不了决定是不是该和她男朋友分手。她呀! 就是标准的wishy-washy.LL: Yes, you could call her wishy-washy because she can't make a decision and act on it.LH: 说到做决定,我还没有决定是不是该为下学期的一个会议写报告。要写的话,负担很重,不过会得到学术界的重视。我到现在还决定不了。LL: Quit being wishy-washy and make a decision. If it's worth it, then it's worth it. If not, then forget about it.LH: 你说得到容易,值得就值得,不值得就算。我并不想wishy-washy,就是不想做错误的决定。LL: Sometimes, you have to take the risk.今天李华从Larry 那儿学到两个常用语。第一个是flip flop. 意思是一个人经常改变立场,特别是指一些政治人物。第二个常用语是wishy-washy,这是形容一个人很软弱,不果断。 /200602/3337汇智英语自学课堂——突破口语 内含:一、Preliminary Spoken English:初级口语篇:1.Sentences learning 句子学习2.Situational dialogues 情景对话3.Monologue独白二、Intermediate Spoken English:中级口语篇:1.Sentences learning 句子学习2.Situational dialogues 情景对话3.Monologue独白《汇智英语自学课堂——突破口语MP3》是一款专门为英语自学者量身打造的英语口语学习软件,本专辑适用于所有口语表达能力薄弱的英语爱好者。句型中所用词汇和表达法都是英美国家人士在实际生活中经常用到的,内容丰富有趣,现实感强,分为初级口语和中级口语两大部分,每部分包含三个板块:1、句子学习; 2、情景对话; 3、独白。200个精心挑选的句子让您轻松掌握日常生活中的基本句型,举例涉及了校园、生活、工作、旅游、情感、休闲和体育等七个方面;53个经典场景对话,让您身历其境,感受说英语的乐趣;52个情景独白,包涵日常生活的方方面面,让您尽情模仿,学以致用;重点生词与难点注解,全中文对照,让您学习更轻松。适用人群:高中生及以上程度的学生 适用于所有口语表达能力薄弱的英语爱好者 PETS一级、二级 CET-4、CET-6应试者 /200708/16421哈尔滨不孕不育检查价格

哈尔滨宫腔镜取胚术多少钱5_01 Let me introduce you Do you know Andy? 你认不认识安迪? Have you met Andy? 你有没有见过安迪? Let me introduce you. 让我替你介绍. Andy, this is Pat. 安迪,这是派特. Pat, this is Andy. 派特,这是安迪. I’m glad you two could meet.我很高兴你们两个能够认识. Andy is an old friend. 安迪是我的老朋友. He is a great guy. 他是个好人. You two have a lot in common. 你们两个有很多共同点. /200706/14159哈尔滨人流多少钱呢 Thank you very much. Please – thank you. Thank you. Please – thank you. Secretary McDonald, Mr. Hallinan, distinguished guests and, most of all, our extraordinary veterans and your families: The last time I stood on these hallowed grounds, on Memorial Day, our country came together to honor those who have fought and died for our flag. A few days before, our nation observed Armed Forces Day, honoring all who are serving under that flag at this moment. And today, on Veterans Day, we honor those who honored our country with its highest form of service: You who once wore the uniform of our Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard. We owe you our thanks. We owe you our respect. And we owe you our freedom. We come together to express our profound gratitude for the sacrifices and contributions you and your family made on the battlefield, at home, and at outposts around the world. But Americas gratitude to our veterans is something always grounded in something greater than what you did on duty. Its also an appreciation of the example that you continue to set after your service has ended – your example as citizens. Veterans Day often follows a hard-fought political campaign – an exercise in the free speech and self-government that you fought for. It often lays bare disagreements across our nation. But the American instinct has never been to find isolation in opposite corners. It is to find strength in our common creed, to forge unity from our great diversity, to sustain that strength and unity even when it is hard. And when the election is over, as we search for ways to come together – to reconnect with one another and with the principles that are more enduring than transitory politics – some of our best examples are the men and women we salute on Veterans Day. Its the example of young Americans – our 9/11 Generation – who, as first responders ran into smoldering towers, then ran to a recruiting center and signed up to serve. Its the example of a military that meets every mission, one united team, all looking out for one another, all getting each others backs. Its the example of the single-most diverse institution in our country – soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and coastguardsmen who represent every corner of our country, every shade of humanity, immigrant and native-born, Christian, Muslim, Jew, and nonbeliever alike, all forged into common service. Its the example of veterans – patriots – who, when they take off their fatigues, put back on the camouflage of everyday life in America and become our business partners and bosses, our teachers and our coaches, our first responders, city council members, community leaders, role models – all still serving this country we love with the same sense of duty and with valor. A few years ago, a middle-school student from Missouri entered an essay contest about why veterans are special. This is what he wrote: ;When I think of a veteran, I think of men or women who will be the first to help an elderly lady across the street. I also think of someone who will defend everyone, regardless of their race, age, gender, hair color, or other discriminations.;After eight years in office, I particularly appreciate that he included hair color. (Laughter.) But that middle-schooler is right. Our veterans are still the first to help; still the first to serve. They are women like the retired military policewoman from Buffalo who founded an AMVETS post in her community and is now building a safe place for homeless female veterans with children. They are men like the two veterans from Tennessee – one in his fifties, one in his sixties – who wrote me to say they would happily suit up and ship out if we needed them. ;We might be just a little old,; they wrote, ;but we will be proud to go and do what we were taught to do.; Whenever the world makes you cynical, whenever you seek true humility and true selflessness, look to a veteran. Look to someone like First Lieutenant Irving Lerner. Irving was born in Chicago to Russian Jewish immigrants during World War I. He served as a bombardier in the Army Air Corps, flying dozens of missions toward the end of World War II. When he returned home, Irving did what a lot of veterans do – he put away his medals, he kept humble about his service, started living a quiet life. One fall day, walking down Sheffield Avenue on Chicagos North Side, a stranger stopped him. He said, ;Thank you for your service; – and he handed him a ticket to see the Cubs play in the World Series. Now, its a good thing Irving took that ticket – (laughter) – because it would be a while until his next chance. (Laughter.) Irving worked hard, managing the warehouse for his brother-in-laws tire company. He got married – to a sergeant in the Womens Air Corps, no less. He raised four children – the oldest of whom, Susan, is celebrating her 71st birthday today. And on a June morning many years ago, another one of Irvings daughters, Carole, called to check in. Her mother answered, but was in a rush. ;We cant talk,; she said, ;your father is being honored and were late.; Carole asked, ;Honored for what?; And the answer came: for his heroism in the skies above Normandy exactly 50 years earlier. You see, Irvings children never knew that their father flew over those French beachheads on D-Day. He never mentioned it. Now, when they call to check in, his children always say, ;Thank you for saving the world.; And Irving, sharp as ever at 100 years young, always replies, ;Well, I had a little help.; (Laughter.) Whenever the world makes you cynical, whenever you doubt that courage and goodness and selflessness is possible, stop and look to a veteran. They dont always go around telling stories of their heroism, so its up to us to ask and to listen, to tell those stories for them, and to live in our own lives the values for which they were prepared to give theirs. Its up to us to make sure they always get the care that they need. As Bob mentioned, when I announced my candidacy for this office almost a decade ago, I recommitted this generation to that work. And weve increased funding for veterans by more than 85 percent. Weve cut veterans homelessness almost in half. Today, more veterans have access to health care and fewer are unemployed. We helped disabled veterans afford prosthetics. Were delivering more mental health care services to more veterans than ever before because we know that not all wounds of war are visible. Together, we began this work. Together, we must continue to keep that sacred trust with our veterans and honor their good work with our own, knowing that our mission is never done. It is still a tragedy that 20 veterans a day take their own lives. We have to get them the help they need. We have to keep solving problems like long wait times at the VA. We have to keep cutting the disability claims backlog. We have to resist any effort to outsource and privatize the health care we owe Americas veterans. On Veterans Day, we acknowledge, humbly, that we can never serve our veterans in quite the same that they served us. But we can try. We can practice kindness. We can pay it forward. We can volunteer. We can serve. We can respect one another. We can always get each others backs. That is what Veterans Day asks all of us to think about. The person you pass as you walk down the street might not be wearing our nations uniform today. But consider for a moment that a year or a decade or a generation ago, he or she might have been one of our fellow citizens who was willing to lay down their life for strangers like us. And we can show how much we love our country by loving our neighbors as ourselves. May God bless all who served and still do. And may God bless the ed States of America.201611/480587哈尔滨阴道手术缩阴多少钱

方正县做人流费用Im very, very stoked to be here today,今天能来到这里我很兴奋representing my kinfolk and all those that havent managed to make a career out of an innate ability for inhuman noisemaking.代表所有同仁和所有与生俱来能够发出非人的声音,却还未成功创出一番天地的朋友们Because it is a bit of a niche market,因为这算是一个利基市场and theres not much work going on, especially where Im from.而且这个圈子仍比较冷清,特别是我的家乡You know, Im from Brisbane, which is a great city to live in.我来自布里斯班,是个非常宜居的城市Yeah! All right! Most of Brisbanes here. Thats good.耶!好嘞!大多数的班城人都来了,很好You know, Im from Brizzy, which is a great city to live in,大家知道我来自班城,是个非常宜居的城市but lets be honest -- its not exactly the cultural hub of the Southern Hemisphere.但坦白说,那儿不算是南半球的文化中心So I do a lot of my work outside Brisbane and outside Australia,所以我在其他城市表演,在其他国家表演and so the pursuit of this crazy passion of mine我对这一份疯狂热情的追逐has enabled me to see so many amazing places in the world.使得我去到过世界上很多神奇的地方So Id like to share with you, if I may, my experiences.所以,如果可以的话,我想和大家分享我的经历So ladies and gentlemen, I would like to take you on a journey女士们先生们,我将要带大家踏上一段旅程throughout the continents and throughout sound itself.穿越大洲,穿越声音We start our journey in the central deserts.我们的旅途从中央沙漠开始201612/481781 40. I'd like you to... 我想请你······ 用法透视 我们都知道"I'd like to..."是"我想......"的意思,那么"I'd like you to..."也就不难理解了,它意为"我想请你......",用于你向别人提出请求。 持范例 1. I'd like you to fetch some boiled water. 我想请你去倒点开水来。 2. I'd like you to send for a doctor. 我想请你叫人找医生来。 3. I'd like you to look after my baby for a while. 我想请你照看一会儿我的孩子。 会话记忆 A: I'd like you to do me a favor. 请帮我个忙。 B: What is it? 什么事? A: Can you mail this at the post office for me? I have to go to the doctor for an appointment and I don't have enough time to go to the post office. 你能帮我去邮局发一下这个吗?我跟医生约好了,没时间去邮局 B: Sure. And I'd like you to get some cold medicine for me when you go to the doctor's. 当然。我也想请你去看医生时给我拿些感冒药 /200705/13297黑龙江省儿童医院收费怎样道里区妇科整形多少钱

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