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2017年10月19日 17:11:36 | 作者:驱动教育 | 来源:新华社
Where is the tourist inmation center?旅游咨询处在哪里?A:Excuse me. Could you tell me where the tourist inmation center is?打扰一下,你能告诉我旅游咨询处在哪儿吗?B:Im new here. You had better ask the policeman over there.我初来此地,你最好问问那边的警察A:Thank you all the same.谢谢你!Is there a tourist inmation center in this city?本市有没有旅游咨询处?A:Is there a tourist inmation center is this city?本市有没有旅游咨询处?B:Yes, there is one near the airport.有,在飞机场附近有一个小提示:为了是旅客在踏入异国的第一步便能充分掌握旅途中所需的咨询,大部分国际机场皆设有tourist inmation center,举凡住宿、交通或是该到何处玩,此中心皆能给旅客提供最专业的务假使事先未能预定住宿饭店,也可在到达后,向旅游咨询处索取饭店资料,并立刻打电话询问住房状况,以免徒增提着大包小包在市区中寻找住宿饭店的不便 1885Questioning at the customs 海关问询A: May I help you?有什么可以帮忙的吗?B: Yes, please. Could you tell me something about going through customs?嗯,您能告诉我一些关于怎样通关的事吗?A: Certainly. What would you like to know? Please go ahead.当然可以您想知道什么尽管问吧B: Thank you. What malities do we passengers need to go through at the airport?谢谢乘客在机场通关需要哪些手续呢?A: There are some, but not many. They wont take you a lot of time.有一些,但不是很多,不会花费您太多的时间B: OK, that will be fine.那很好A: Firstly you have to answer some questions from the officers.首先,您要回答海关工作人员提出的一些问题B: Like what?比如什么呢?A: Your purpose of visiting, how long you will be staying, things like that.假如您有什么需要申报或纳税的物品一定要提前申报并缴税B: Well, that easy.这很简单啊A: If you have brought something which has to be declared or something dutiable, you have to declare and pay duty on them first.假如您有什么需要申报或缴税的物品一定要提前申报并纳税B: I get it. Thank you so much.明白了非常感谢A: Youre quite welcome.不必客气;go through;意为;通过,经历,经受;例如:You have to go through difficulties and obstacles bee gaining success. 要想成功不得不经受困难和阻碍 3656:市内观光 69

An SOS signal made of rocks in a remote part of Western Australia has prompted fears that someone, or more than one person, could be missing.近日,西澳大利亚偏远地区发现了一个由石头堆成的SOS信号,人们担心可能不止一个人失踪了The distress signal was spotted by a helicopter pilot. It led to a ground search by police who had to reach the area by air because of tough terrain.该求救信号是被一名直升机飞行员发现的随后警方展开地面搜查,由于地势艰难,警察必须乘飞机到达该地区Authorities have now appealed public help after failing to find ;any indication of recent human activity;.在没有找到“任何近期人类活动迹象”后,有关部门现在已经呼吁公众帮忙However, police said they had discovered the remains of a campsite at the scene, which is at Swift Bay about 500km (300 miles) from the city of Broome.但是警方表示,他们发现现场--就在距离布鲁姆市约500公里(300英里)处的斯威夫特湾有露营的痕迹;Police are trying to establish if there are any missing persons in the area who require assistance,; they said in a statement.警方在一则声明中称:“我们正在设法确定该地区是否有任何需要援助的失踪人员”Senior Sgt Peter Reeves told the Australian Broadcasting Corp that the message may have been there years.警长彼得·里弗斯向澳大利亚广播公司透露,这个信号可能已经在那儿好几年了;There are indications that there may have been someone camped there at one point in time, but it is just not clear how long ago that was,; he said.他表示:“有迹象表明,可能有人在那里露营过,但是不清楚是多久以前的” 5

5.Torres del Paine, Chile5.百内国家公园,智利At the southern tip of the New World lies Torres del Paine National Park, in Patagonian Chile. Visiting here might leave you with the impression that you have reached the end of the earth, and that youd be crazy to go one step further fear of falling into some infinite abyss. In other words, it be way down there. The park is home to lakes, vast glaciers and mountains massive and sheer. It certainly a must-do the outdoorsman, but it offers something else, not easily explained in a travel brochure. Somewhere between the deafening silence in the air, the mighty rocks crowned with mist and snow, and the eternal and inexorable march of the glacial ice, you will feel as though you have borne witness to the dawn of creation itself, and it extraordinary.新大陆的南端坐落着百内国家公园,位于智利的巴塔哥尼亚地区游览之后它给人留下的印象就是:感觉到达了世界的尽头,内心里充斥着再往前走一步就坠入无限深渊的恐惧,让你抓狂不已换句话说,前面还有路公园里湖泊众多,巨大的陡峭冰河和山峦连绵不绝对于野外运动爱好者来说这是必选之地,但是它拥有的远不止这些,并不是三言两语用一本旅游指南可以讲得完的在那静寂的空气,雾雪环绕的巨岩和永恒不可阻挡的冰川行进的某一处,仿佛你亲眼目睹了造物主的神作,壮观无比.Buenos Aires, Argentina.布宜诺斯艾利斯,阿根廷Tango, Madonna and escaped Nazis. That the extent of most people knowledge of this sprawling Argentine metropolis. Nevermind the quintessentially European feel of the place, it afdability, its world-class restaurants, its nightlife, its wine, its art. Nevermind the flourishing rockhip-hop music scene, the internationally-renowned fashion industry or the cultural diversity born from being the capital of a nation of immigrants. Nevermind that you can fly there directly from the U.S., Europe and Australia a reasonable price. Madonna? Who that?探戈,麦当娜和逃亡的纳粹分子,这些是大多数人对这个不断发展的阿根廷都市的第一印象这里有着典型的欧洲风格,那就是付能力强,世界级的大饭店,夜生活,美酒和艺术这里是繁荣的摇滚嘻哈音乐天堂,世界知名的时尚之都,多元文化的“移民之都”你可以从美国、欧洲和澳大利亚直接飞抵这里,而且价格划算麦当娜?她又是谁?3.Galapagos Islands, Ecuador3.加拉巴哥群岛,厄瓜多尔The Galapagos archipelago was claimed by the newly-independent Republic of Ecuador in 183. Three years later, some egghead named Darwin visited the islands and came up with some universally popular scientific theories. Come to the Galapagos and it easy to see why he chose this spot. Giant tortoises, sea lions, penguins, albatrosses and countless other species rarely seen anywhere else can all be witness in this relatively small 19-island chain. Arrange your trip early, as restrictions to the delicate biosphere are understandably tight. And make sure you spend a few days there to help the local economy.183年新近独立的厄瓜多尔共和国正式占领了加拉巴哥群岛三年之后,知识渊的达尔文到岛上考察并提出了世界知名的科学理论去加拉巴哥群岛看看,你很快就会明白为什么他选择了这里巨大的乌龟,海狮,企鹅,信天翁和无数在其他地方罕见的稀有物种,你都可以在这19个小岛组成的群岛上一一竞览早点安排你的行程,因为这里生物圈相对脆弱,因而限制十分严格此外,务必在岛上多留几天,为当地的经济发展做点贡献.Jau National Park, Brazil.雅乌国家公园,巴西Amazonia. Vast beyond comprehension, remote, and tragically delicate. Spanning Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Peru, Suriname, Guyana and French Guiana, the Amazon is one of the last frontiers, and it disappearing at a staggering rate. There are many points of entry to the region, and one of the best is located near Manaus in Brazil Amazonas state. Follow a straight-line road 0 km to Jau National Park, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tropical, constantly wet (it IS a rain est) and home to myriad species of dolphins, fish, birds, crocodiles, turtles, monkeys, jaguars, tapirs and insects, the park can be explored by boat the adventurous or by foot the suicidal. Fall asleep in a hammock to the calls of the wild, and be grateful to have glimpsed the splendor of this ecological treasure bee it gone ever.亚马逊流域,庞大得超乎想象,向远方延伸但可悲的是它非常脆弱流经巴西、哥伦比亚、厄瓜多尔、委内瑞拉、玻利维亚、秘鲁、苏里南、圭亚那和法属圭亚那,亚马逊河是最后的边界之一而且它正在以惊人的速度消亡进入亚马逊流域有很多路口,最佳的地点位于巴西亚马孙州玛瑙斯市附近向前直走0公里就可以到达雅乌国家公园,它已被联合国教科文组织列入世界文化遗产公园里潮湿并且闷热(因为它是热带雨林嘛),无数种族居住在这里,比如海豚、鱼、鸟、鳄鱼、乌龟、猴子、美洲豹、貘和昆虫如果你要进去探险可以乘着船去,如果你选择徒步行走那就是自寻死路回应心中野性的呼唤,在吊床上睡上一觉,感激在这些生物珍宝消失之前还可以一睹它们不同寻常的美丽和风采1.Machu Picchu, Peru1.马丘比丘,秘鲁The Empire of the Inca once ruled supreme across the inhospitable mountains of Peru. Remarkably, they constructed entire stone cities without the need cement, and built sprawling networks of roads along the spine of the Andes which are still passable today. The most famous is the Camino del Inca, or the Inca Trail. Hire a guide to take you on the four-day journey from Cuzco to Machu Picchu, once a great mountain stronghold of the Inca. If the altitude gets to you, chew on some coca leaves (yes, it legal – no, it not cocaine) while you take in some of the most breathtaking vistas the Western Hemisphere has to offer. Passing through the Sun Gate as the morning fog slowly fades over the spectral city, long bee the tour buses arrive from Cuzco, you might feel as though Machu Picchu has been waiting hundreds of years just you.印加帝国曾在荒凉的秘鲁山脉上执行统治引人注目的是,他们建造了整个石城却连灰泥都没有使用,而且沿着安第斯山脉修建起蜿蜒的道路,至今还供人通行最著名的当属印加古道雇佣一名向导,带你踏上从库斯科到马丘比丘的四天之旅,马丘比丘曾是印加帝国重要的军事要塞如果出现高原反应,你可以嚼些古柯叶(它是合法的,不是可卡因),这时西半球令人窒息的美丽一览无遗通过太阳门时晨雾已经慢慢消散,阳光布满了整个城市库斯科的旅游巴士还没有到达,你仿佛隐隐感觉到:马丘比丘在这里等了上千年,只为等待你的出现翻译:高陈影 来源:前十网 7

第一句:When will the tour bus leave?游览车什么时候开呢?A: Excuse me. When will the tour bus leave?请问游览车什么时候开?B: In three minutes.3分钟以后A: When will it get to the terminal?什么时候到终点站呢?B: 1: 30.一点半第二句:How often does the bus come?间隔多久来一趟公交车呢?A: Excuse me. How often does the bus come?请问多久来一趟公交车呢?B: minutes.分钟相关表达法:What time does the tour bus leave? 旅游车什么时候出发呢?观光游览车用英语说是:sightseeing bus 或者说 tour bus

At the end of the th century, only percent of all patents were awarded to female inventors. When you compile a list of the most famous inventions of the past few centuries, few women will show up as the creators of those items. It not that women lack ingenuity or a creative spirit, though; it just that women have faced many hurdles in receiving credit their ideas. Take the case of Sybilla Masters, a woman who lived in the American colonies. After observing Native American women, she came up with a new way to turn corn into cornmeal. She went to England to obtain a patent her work, but laws at the time stipulated that women couldnt own property, which included intellectual property like a patent. Such property was considered to be owned by the woman father or husband. In , a patent Sybilla Masters product was issued, but the name on the document is that of her husband, Thomas.截止世纪末,世界上授予女发明家的专利只有%当你在清单上列出过去几个世纪以来最著名的发明创造时,你会发现几乎没有什么是女性发明的这并不代表女性缺乏创造力和创新精神,而是因为女性在获取发明专利时会遇到很多阻碍比如西比拉·马斯特斯,她是一个居住在美国殖民地的著名发明家通过观察美国原住民妇女,她想出了一个将玉米磨成粉的新方法之后她去英国申请专利;但是当时的法律规定女性不能拥有财产,其中包括专利等知识产权人们都认为这些东西都归属于其父亲或者丈夫年,西比拉·马斯特斯的专利产品发布了,但专利所属人却是她的丈夫托马斯Such property laws prevented many women from acquiring patents inventions several centuries ago. Women were also less likely to receive a technical education that would help them turn an ingenious idea into an actual product. Many women faced prejudice and ridicule when they sought help from men in actualizing their idea. And some women came up with ideas that would improve life in their households, only to see their inventions treated with scorn being too domestic and thus unworthy of praise. Mary Kies was the first American woman to earn a patent in her own name. In 18, she developed a way of weaving straw into hats that was an economic boon New England. By receiving that piece of paper with her name on it, Kies led the way other female inventors to take credit their ideas. In this , well salute things invented by women.这种产权法在过去的几个世纪剥夺了很多女发明家申请专利的权利另外,由于那时的女性很少有机会接受技术教育,所以无法将自己的想法转化为发明当这些妇女企图从男人们那里寻求帮助来实现自己的想法时,她们经常遭到歧视和嘲笑一些妇女在做家务的过程中想出了一些简化家务劳动的办法,但她们的发明常常因为仅用于家庭而被忽视玛丽·凯斯是第一位用自己的名字获得发明专利的美国女性18年,她发明了一种编织稻草帽的方法,这种方法成为了新英格兰的经济福利凯斯收到专利文件之后,开启了其他女发明家成功为自己申请专利的序幕在本文中,我们将一起向这件由女性发明发明的东西致敬!.Circular Saw.圆锯In the late 18th century, a religious sect known as the Shakers emerged. Shakers valued living communally (albeit celibately), equality between the sexes and hard work. Tabitha Babbitt lived in a Shaker commy in Massachusetts and worked as a weaver, but in 18, she came up with a way to lighten the load of her brethren. She observed men cutting wood with a pit saw, which is a two-handled saw that requires two men to pull it back and th. Though the saw is pulled both ways, it only cuts wood when it pulled ward; the return stroke is useless. To Babbitt, that was wasted energy, so she created a prototype of the circular saw that would go on to be used in saw mills. She attached a circular blade to her spinning wheel so that every movement of the saw produced results. Because of Shaker precepts, Babbitt didnt apply a patent the circular saw she created.在18世纪晚期,一种被称为震教的教派出现了震教徒的信仰在于追求共产主义生活(尽管保持独身生活)、平等的两性关系和努力工作塔比莎·芭比特是一名纺织工,住在马萨诸塞州一个震教徒聚居地但是在18年,她想出了一种方法帮她的教友减轻工作负担她通过观察发现,如果男人用大锯子锯木头,需要两个人来回用力拉扯锯子虽然锯子来回拉动了两次,但是只有往前时才有作用,拉回锯子时却是在做“无用功”在芭比特看来,这样做无疑是在浪费人们的力气,她制作了最原始的圆锯,随后在锯木厂得到了使用她将一张圆形刀片绑在自己的手摇纺车上面,这样锯子的移动都是有用的令人感到遗憾的是,由于震教组织的信仰,芭比特没有为圆锯申请专利9.Chocolate Chip Cookies9.巧克力奇普饼干There is no doubt that many treasured recipes came about through accidental invention in the kitchen, but we must single out one of the most enduring -- and delicious -- of these recipes: the chocolate chip cookie.毫无疑问的是,很多不可多得的食品都是在厨房里偶然发明出来的,而我们将挑出其中长盛不衰、美味无限的一种:巧克力奇普饼干Ruth Wakefield had worked as a dietitian and food lecturer bee buying an old toll house outside of Boston with her husband. Traditionally, toll houses were places weary travelers paid their road tolls, grabbed a quick bite and fed their horses. Wakefield and her husband converted the toll house into an inn with a restaurant. One day in 1930, Wakefield was baking up a batch of Butter Drop Do cookies her guests. The recipe called melted chocolate, but Wakefield had run out of baker chocolate. She took a Nestle chocolate bar, crumbled it into pieces and threw it into her batter, expecting the chocolate pieces to melt during baking. Instead, the chocolate held its shape, and the chocolate chip cookie was born. Nestle noticed that sales of its chocolate bars jumped in Mrs. Wakefield corner of Massachusetts, so they met with her about the cookie, which was fast gaining a reputation among travelers. At Wakefield suggestion, they began scoring their chocolate (cutting lines into the bar that allow easier breaking) and then, in 1939, they began selling Nestle Toll House Real Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels. The Wakefield cookie recipe was printed on the back of the package; in exchange, Ruth Wakefield received free chocolate life.露丝·韦克菲尔德和他的丈夫曾经做过营养师和食品讲师,后来在波士顿郊外买了一处收费站陈旧的房子收费站除了收取过路费,还可以向过往的旅客提供快餐及喂养马匹等务韦克菲尔德和丈夫却将房子改造成了一个带有餐厅的旅店1930年某一天,韦克菲尔德要为她的客人们烘焙一些黄油夹心曲奇做这种食品需要将巧克力融化,但是烘培用的巧克力已经用完了,于是韦克菲尔德把雀巢巧克力条弄碎,扔进了面糊,希望巧克力会在烘焙时融化然而,这些巧克力还是维持原样,就这样巧克力奇普饼干诞生了雀巢公司发现自己的巧克力在马萨诸塞州的韦克菲尔德家附近的销量猛增,随后拜访了韦克菲尔德夫妇,谈到了巧克力奇普饼干的事情——这种饼干赢得了过往游客的赞誉在韦克菲尔德的建议下,雀巢公司开始改良巧克力(在巧克力条上划线以便切碎)1939年,雀巢公司开始销售“雀巢收费站半甜巧克力食品”韦克菲尔德的配方就印在包装袋后面;同时作为交换,露丝·韦克菲尔德将终身获得免费的巧克力8.Liquid Paper8.修正液Bette Nesmith Graham was not a very good typist. Still, the high school dropout worked her way through the secretarial pool to become the executive secretary the chairman of the board of the Texas Bank and Trust. It was the 1950s, and the electric typewriter had just been introduced. Secretaries often found themselves retyping entire pages because of one tiny mistake, as the new model carbon ribbon made it difficult to correct errors.贝蒂·奈史密斯·格莱姆并不是一个出色的打字员,且高中就辍学了,但她却从一个小小的秘书做到了德克萨斯信托行长执行秘书的职位世纪50年代,电动打字机才刚刚问世秘书们常常会由于一个小错误而不得不重打一整页文字,因为在新型的条带复写纸上太难修改了One day, Graham watched workers painting a holiday display on a bank window. She noticed that when they made mistakes, they simply added another layer of paint to cover them up, and she thought she could apply that idea to her typing blunders. Using her blender, Graham mixed up a water-based tempera paint with dye that matched her company stationary. She took it to work and, using a fine watercolor brush, she was able to quickly correct her errors. Soon, the other secretaries were clamoring the product, which Graham continued to produce in her kitchen. Graham was fired from her job spending so much time distributing what she called ;Mistake Out,; but in her unemployment she was able to tweak her mixture, rename the product Liquid Paper and receive a patent in 1958. Even though typewriters have been replaced by computers in many offices, many people still have a bottle or two of that white correction fluid on hand.某天,格莱姆偶尔看到有工人为庆祝节日在窗口上画装饰画,她注意到他们画错了的时候就简单地用一层颜料把错误遮住格莱姆灵光一现,想到她打字粗心犯错的时候也可以用这种方式解决她用搅拌机把水性颜料和与公司纸张颜色一致的染料混在一起,再借助一把小巧的水笔刷,这样就能在工作时简便快捷地更正自己的错误了很快,其他秘书也都嚷嚷着想要这种产品,格莱姆只好在自家厨房里不断生产这种产品由于格莱姆在调配她称为“错误消除神器”的产品上花费了太多时间,她被开除了但在她失业期间,她不断完善混合比例,把终极成品重命名为修正液,并在1958年取得了专利即便现在很多办公室都用电脑取代了打字员,很多人仍习惯手里有一两瓶修正液7.The Compiler and COBOL Computer Language7.编译程序和通用商业语言(COBOL)When we think about advancements in computers, we tend to think about men like Charles Babbage, Alan Turing and Bill Gates. But Admiral Grace Murray Hopper deserves credit her role in the computer industry. Admiral Hopper joined the military in 193 and was stationed at Harvard University, where she worked on IBM Harvard Mark I computer, the first large-scale computer in the ed States. She was the third person to program this computer, and she wrote a manual of operations that lit the path those that followed her. In the 1950s, Admiral Hopper invented the compiler, which translates English commands into computer code. This device meant that programmers could create code more easily and with fewer errors. Hopper second compiler, the Flow-Matic, was used to program UNIVAC I and II, which were the first computers available commercially. Admiral Hopper also oversaw the development of the Common Business-Oriented Language (COBOL), one of the first computer programming languages. Admiral Hopper received numerous awards her work, including the honor of having a U.S. warship named after her.每当说起计算机方面的成就时,我们很容易联想到查尔斯·巴贝奇、艾伦·图灵和比尔·盖茨等等,但格蕾丝·莫尔·霍珀上将在电脑行业也是个名声赫赫的人物193年,霍珀上将参军后被安排在哈佛大学,研究美国国际商用机器公司开发的哈佛马克一号电脑,这是美国首台大型电脑她是第三个为这台电脑编程的人,并亲手写了一册操作指南,以便让后续参与研究的学会她的编程世纪50年代,霍珀上将发明了一种能将英文命令转化为电脑编码的编译程序使用此装置可更简便地编程,同时减小犯错率霍珀的第二种编译语言是“the Flow-Matic语言”,被用于第一代商用电脑:通用自动计算机一号和二号霍珀上将还指导了COBOL语言的发展——这是首批电脑程序语言之一霍珀上将在职业生涯中获得了无数荣誉,甚至有艘美国军舰都是以她的名字命名的6.Colored Flare System6.有色照明弹系统When Martha Coston was widowed in 187, she was only 1 years old. She had four children to support, but she hadnt a clue about how to do so. She was flipping through her dead husband notebooks when she found plans a flare system that ships could use to communicate at night. Coston requested the system be tested, but it failed.玛莎·科斯顿在187年就成为寡妇,当时她才1岁她要抚养四个孩子,但她不知道该怎样做当她翻阅她死去的丈夫的笔记簿时,她发现了一些平面图,上面画有可以让船只在夜晚传递信息的照明弹系统科斯顿为这个系统申请了测试,但是测试失败了Coston was undeterred. She spent the next years revising and perfecting her husband design a colored flare system. She consulted with scientists and military officers, but she couldnt figure out how to produce flares that were bright and long-lasting while remaining easy to use at the spur of the moment. One night she took her children to see a fireworks display, and that when she hit upon the idea of applying some pyrotechnic technology to her flare system. The flare system finally worked, and the U.S. Navy bought the rights. The Coston colored flare system was used extensively during the Civil War. Untunately, the flare system wasnt the best way Coston to support her family. According to military documents, Coston produced 1,0,000 flares the Navy during the Civil War, which she provided at cost. She was owed <牛人_句子>,000, of which she was only paid $,000; in her autobiography, Coston attributed the Navy refusal to pay to the fact that she was a woman.科斯顿不为所动在接下来的十年里,她不断修改和完善她丈夫设计的有色照明弹系统她咨询过科学家和军事人员,但她不知道如何制作出既能在短时间内方便使用,又可以持久发出明亮光线的照明弹一天晚上她带孩子去看烟花,偶然想到了将烟花技术应用到照明弹系统的主意这个系统终于可以使用了,美国海军买下了专利权科斯顿有色照明弹系统在内战中得到广泛使用不幸的是,对科斯顿来说照明弹系统不是养活家人的最好方式根据军方文件,科斯顿在内战中成本价为海军生产了0万枚照明弹她本应该得到万美元,但是海军只付她1.5万美元;在她的自传里,科斯顿把海军拒绝付款的原因归咎于她是个女人审校:敖有没 来源:前十网 55

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