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  • ,,让英语磨练耳朵的同时学到更多有益的小知识,丰富知识的同时受益于生活 Your own inner truth.你的真实自我Why worry about what others think of you? Should you have more confidence in their opinions than you do your own?干嘛担心别人怎么看你?与其相信别人的眼光,不如相信自己的判定!Truth be told, how others see you is not nearly as important as how you see yourself. To be happy means to live confidently in your own skin –to be faithful to that which exists within you. What youre doing by being yourself is youre keeping it real, and youre being really brave说实话,别人怎么看你根本就不重要要想活得开心,首先要对自己有信心——完全相信自己的潜力勇敢做你自己!When you choose to stay true to you, some people might refuse to accept you who you are. 有时当你做真实的自己时,会遭到别人的冷眼get them. Rather than being fake and incurring the pain and confusion of trying to be someone youre not, choose to stand strong, even at the risk of incurring ridicule. 去他们的吧!与其困惑而痛苦地假装他人,倒不如坚强活出自我,哪怕受人挖苦讽刺When you are comtable in your skin, not everyone in this world will like you, and that perfectly OK. You could be the ripest, juiciest apple in the world, and there going to be at least a few people out there who hate apples不是所有人都喜欢真实的你,但那又怎样!或许你是世上最红最甜的苹果,但要是有人本来就讨厌苹果呢?fake adj.假的,冒充的例句:The bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates.据说那个经理曾出具伪造的凭incur vt.招致,引起; 遭受例句:She falls in love and incurs the wrath of her father.她恋爱了,这引起了父亲的愤怒ridicule n.嘲笑; 奚落; 嘲弄; 戏弄例句:Davis was subjected to public ridicule.戴维斯受到了众人的奚落ripe adj.成熟的; 醇美可口的; 老练的; 时机成熟的例句:Always choose firm, but ripe fruit.一定要挑选硬实但已成熟的水果[本节目属] 56。
  • 【本期课程PDF文本下载】点击下面的文字即可下载LESSON TEN 文稿及习题各位亲爱的听众朋友,这里是晨间7点档“话说地道美语”,我是Juliet非常高兴与您在这美丽的清晨见面【课堂热身】首先,let's have a review. 大家还记得我们在第九课中讲述的表示grasp the meaning of a word, a person , a language 的地道口语说法吗?这个说法牵涉到动物的脑袋和尾巴,它是:make head or tail out of something其中,out 可以省略此外,这个短语与can't或者是couldn't, cannot连用于否定句中即:cannot (could not) make head nor tail (out) of something. 【今日课题】现在我们开始第课的学习Lesson Ten How to say "免遭灭顶之灾" in real American English? 第十课 免遭灭顶之灾 地道美语怎么说?“灭顶之灾”中的“灭顶”是指水冒过头顶,指淹死灭顶之灾就是指致命的灾祸So , how to say it in real American English?【课堂讲述】We might as well listen to the following sentence: I've barely kept my head above water since the pay cut. 自从被减薪后,我总算还能凑合着生活下去 I've barely kept my head above water since the pay cut. 那么亲爱的听众朋友,您觉得这个句子中,那里表示出了“免遭灭顶之灾”的意思呢?它是含有head , h-e-a-d(脑袋)和water , w-a-t-e-r (水)这个单词的一个动词短语来表述“免遭灭顶之灾”,它是:keep one's head above water,字面意思就是把头保持在水面上,这个和我们中文的“不灭顶”意思相同不让水给冒过头顶,就不会被淹死我们可以想象,如果一个人在游泳时,很长时间都没有把头露出来,这多半可能出人命了所以,keep one's head above water就是“免遭灭顶之灾”的意思It is easy to figure out it's real meaning. Keep one's head above water是“不遭受到灭顶之灾”,可是灾难有很多,如果您是侥幸逃过了地震,那不能用keep your head above water来说In English, it means " to deal with a situation in which you have financial problem and just manage to survive ". 由此可见,这个口语短语常用于经济财政上意思是:勉强逃脱困境,设法不举债,免于破产,挣扎生存,免遭灭顶之灾,and so on. Let's look at tow more sentences. 1 We are in the black, we should be able to keep our head above water from now on. 我们现在可以盈利,应该还可以维持生计(备注:in the black 盈利,有盈余 example: Our company was in the black last month.我们公司上个月盈利不少 From now on 从现在开始,今后,从今以后 example: So, from now on, choose to be happy!所以,从现在开始,快乐的去生活吧!) If you want to keep your head above water, you should spend the money carefully. 如果你不想陷入经济危机,你就得有计划的还钱【课堂总结】Let's have a summary. 在今天的课堂上,我们学了用于财政经济上的“免遭灭顶之灾”的说法:keep one's head above water此外,与“in the red”(财政赤字) 相反的短语是in the black, 与“in future”同义的短语是from now on. 【课后习题】习题一:Please translate the following sentences into English. 1 我想找到一个不欠帐的办法 这个月我需要五十元才能不负债3 为了不负债,他一直都过着简单的生活习题二:Please complete the following sentences. 1 把头抬出水面是一个很有意思的短语,意思是远离负债 keep above water is a colorful expression that means to debt. John近来承担大量的额外工作,但是他还是设法对付过去了John a great of extra work recently, but he just to keep head water.。
  • Under their agreement, Disney -- which typically sticks to its own franchises and properties in designing rides -- won exclusive global theme park rights to the Avatar franchise. It will eventually take Avatar "lands" beyond Orlando's Disney World.。
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