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我去年在一家电器商店买了一台摄像机,当时店里的售货员告诉我说,如果发生故障,可以随时把摄像机拿回店里,五年内免费保修。结果,上星期,摄像机上的录制键坏了,我拿回去修,谁知道,那家店早就倒闭了。今天我们要学的习惯用语能够恰如其分地描述我当时的心情:leave in the lurch. Leave in the lurch, 这个习惯用语的意思是弃别人于危难之中,置别人于困境而不顾。这回你明白了吧,那家电器行倒闭,让我没办法修理本来可以保修的摄像机。也就是,Its left me in the lurch.不过,并不是所有人都会置别人的利益于不顾。让我们听听下面这个医生的故事。例句-1: The interview went so well that the hospital administrator offered Dr. Long the job. The trouble is she wanted him to start right away. He explained that his clinic wouldnt be able to find a replacement so quickly. And he couldnt abandon his patients like that. He was too professional to leave them in the lurch.医院负责人经过面试,对龙大夫特别满意,希望他能立即开始工作。但是龙大夫解释说,他现在的诊所无法马上找到替代他的医生,他不能就这样抛弃自己的病人;作为医生,他不能置自己的病人于不顾。这不禁让我想起了女儿的班主任。虽然她先生调到西部去工作,但是她却决定要待到学期结束,因为她觉得中途换老师对学生不好。People appreciate her not leaving them in the lurch. 她对学生如此负责的态度让我深受感动。******在刚才的例子里,我们提到,一位老师为了学生的利益,宁可暂时和丈夫分开,也不愿意在学期结束前辞职。但是有些人,却能对自己亲生骨肉的利益都置若罔闻。让我们一起听听看。例句-2:After the divorce, Bills kids felt left in the lurch. Theyd rarely see him as they grew up. Not only was he absent on special occasions like birthdays and graduations, but also during tough times when they really needed a dad. They never got over that sense of abandonment.离婚后,比尔的孩子感觉好像完全被父亲遗弃了。在他们的成长过程中,很少能见到他,不仅孩子过生日或是毕业典礼等重要场合上看不到他的身影,其他孩子们最需要父亲的时候他也从来不在他们的身旁。孩子们始终无法原谅他这种不闻不问的态度。这些孩子的要求其实并不过份,虽然夫妻离异,但孩子是无辜的,不论是父亲还是母亲,只要依然在世,就应该继续陪伴孩子的成长。我的曾祖父很早就去世了,跟当时其他妇女一样,我的曾祖母并不工作,而且又没有现在的社会保障,She was left in the lurch。幸运的是,她在工厂里找到了一份工作,才能勉强养家糊口。 /201505/375427本期内容:World leaders touch down in the Chinese city of Hangzhou this week for the G20 summit and Beijing is determined it will proceed without a hitch.本周,世界各国领导人乘机抵达杭州,出席20国集团峰会。北京政府决定会顺利推动此次峰会的进行。Factories are shuttered, skies are clear and security is tight. Local residents have been given seven days extra vacation time and discounted tours to destinations outside the city to ensure Hangzhou is free of crowds and traffic.工厂被关停以保空气质量,安保工作也是异常严格。为了确保峰会期间有一个舒适的出行环境,杭州市民获得了7天的假期以及外地旅游补贴。Meanwhile, thousands of migrant workers have left the city due to the halt in their work lives and the growing inconvenience caused by G20 preparation measures.同时,由于峰会期间各项准备措施带来的不便,成千上万的农民工不得不暂停工作,离开杭州。单词及实用短语:1. touch down 降落,着落(意思是“乘机抵达”)2. G20 summit G20峰会3. without a hitch 顺利无阻地;轻易地4. shutter 英 [#643;#652;t#601;(r)] 美 [#643;#652;t#601;r] 使……停止运行,关闭5. migrant [ #712;ma#618;gr#601;nt ] 移居的,流浪的,migrant worker是指农民工6. preparation measures 准备措施关注微信公众号@ 口语侠(ID: xia2015) 查看更多英语资讯!好玩有趣有料,有外教,有英语大咖! /201610/468056

Nick: Whats your ideal date situation?尼克:你理想的约会是什么样的?Cheryl: Whats my ideal date? Well, I think I would want the guy first of all to make a plan for everything. He should plan the date, and not rely on me to make the suggestions because I think its very nice and attractive when a guy makes the first move and makes the plans. Secondly, I would probably want him to drive me around to the places, or would could go on public transportation together, as long as he has a plan its OK. And thirdly, he should pay for the date.谢丽尔:我的理想约会?嗯,我想,首先我希望由对方来计划安排。他应该来安排约会,而不是依赖我提出建议,因为我认为一个人在主动出击和制定计划时非常有吸引力。其次,我想让他开车带我去约会,或是一起乘坐公共交通也可以,只要他计划好了就行。第三,约会费用应该由他来付。Nick: Pay for the date?尼克:付约会费用?Cheryl: Yes, he should pay for the date because it is his pleasure to take out a girl on a date. Of course, the date should also be very fun. It should not be boring, and it should end with a kiss on the cheek if it goes well. If it doesnt go well, then the guy should behave respectfully and say goodbye.谢丽尔:对,他应该为约会买单,因为带女孩出去约会是他的荣幸。当然,约会应该充满乐趣。不应该无聊,如果约会顺利的话,道别时可以亲吻脸颊。如果约会不顺利,那那个人应该礼貌地道别。Nick: Good luck finding a guy like that.尼克:希望你能找到这样的人,祝你好运。Cheryl: Thank you.谢丽尔:谢谢你。 译文属 /201607/454444

Exercise 4-4: Rule 2 Middle of the StaircaseAn unstressed T in the middle of a staircase between two vowel sounds should be pronounced as a soft D.Betty bought a bit of better butter.Pat ought to sit on a lap.Read the following sentences out loud.Make sure that the underlined unstressed Ts sound like a soft D.1.What a good idea.2.Put it in a bottle.3.Write it in a letter.4.Set it on the metal gutter.5.Put all the data in the computer.6.Insert a quarter in the meter.7.Get a better water heater.8.Let her put a sweater on.9.Bettys at a meeting.10.Its getting hotter and hotter.11.Patty ought to write a better letter.12.Freida had a little metal bottle. /201509/399933小咖实用英语口语 第70期:草图sketch /201507/360544栏目简介:很多人都说中国人喜欢说客套话,该客套的时候客套,不该客套的时候,大家都在客套。不光是中文,在英文中客套的词语也是满天飞。今天,Jeremy老师就将为您教授英语中的客套常用语。我们一起来看看吧!本期内容:Easy come, easy go 来的容易,去的快 (本栏目主播为:Teacher Jeremy,欢迎关注微:Jeremy杨家成) /201504/371011

19. Checking Smoke Detectors 19.检查烟雾探测器A: Have you checked your smoke detectors recently?A:你最近检查你的烟雾探测器了吗?B: No, I wasnt even aware we had smoke detectors.B:没有,我甚至没有意识到我们有烟雾探测器。A: All the apartments are equipped with them. Its an essential safety feature.A:所有的公寓都装有烟雾探测器。它是基本的安全保障。B: How do you check if theyre working?B:如果它们正在工作你怎么检查?A: Its real easy. If you like, I could show you.A:那很简单。如果你想看,我可以展示给你看。B: That would be nice of you.B:那你真是太好了。A: Are you doing anything right now?A:你现在正在做什么吗?B: No. Its my day off work.B:没有。今天是我的休息日。A: How about I come over and show you how to check them?A:我过来给你展示怎么检查怎么样?B: Sounds good. Come inside.B:听起来不错。进来吧。A: Its really easy to check them. Just grab one from the wall, and check the battery in the back.A:检查它们真的很容易。只有从墙上抓起一个,然后检查它后面的电池就好。B: What does this light mean?B:这个灯是什么意思?A: If you see the light, that means its functioning.A:如果你看到这个灯,那就意味着它功能正常。B: So I dont need to replace the battery. Thank you so much. B:所以我不需要换电池。非常感谢。译文属仅供学习和交流使用,不得转载 /201512/414982Todd: So, usually, do people come up and talk to you after the show, or are people usually kind of shy and they dont know how to approach you?托德:一般来说,演出结束以后人们是会过来和你们聊天,还是他们会害羞,不知道要如何靠近你们?Eoin: Yeah, so thats another thing. I mean we have a CD stall and some people are very forward and theyll come and instantly like rush up and buy a CD but I think in Japan, especially it seems like people are kind of shyer about approaching you so giving out a questionnaire and asking people write it, it gives them an excuse to come up and talk to you anyway if theyre interested later. So yeah, whenever weve given out questionnaires, it seems like we sell more CDs on those days.约恩:是另一种情况。我们有一个出售CD的货摊,有些人会冲过来买CD,不过我认为在日本,人们要更害羞一些,会不好意思靠近,所以分发调查问卷让人们填写,会给感兴趣的人过来和我们说话的机会。我们分发调查问卷的时候,会卖出更多的CD。Todd: Then you just actually pass this out to the audience?托德:那你是就直接把调查问卷发给观众吗?Eoin: Yeah. Normally theres not that huge a number of people there, maybe forty or fifty people.约恩:对,通常不会有太多的观众,大概四五十人的。Todd: Yeah.托德:好。Eoin: Maybe a few more. It depends on the night. So this is... what Im describing here is for a gig thats sort of away from home, you know. We played a concert just recently in Oita where we live and that was more of an event that we organized so we pretty much knew most of the people who had come anyway. In that case we played for longer, didnt do the questionnaire thing and just went out drinking after the gig. It was a more relaxed event on the night and afterwards but of course preparing for it in advance required a lot more effort — making sure people came and calling other bands to come and play with us and that sort of side of things.约恩:也可能会有更多的观众。这要取决于晚上的情况。我说的是那种离家很远的现场演出。最近我们刚刚在我们生活的大分市进行了表演,那更像是我们组织的一场活动,所以大部分来的人我们都认识。在这种情况下我们的表演时间会长一些,不用做调查问卷,表演结束以后可以去喝酒。这种活动要更放松一点,当然事前也要进行充足的准备,要确保有人来,还有请其他乐队和我们一起表演。Todd: So do you have a fan base? A big fan base?托德:你们有粉丝群吗?很大的粉丝群体?Eoin: I wouldnt say its massive but, yeah I guess when we play in Oita normally somewhere between, on a good day maybe 35, 40. On a bad day 15 to 20 people will come and see us.约恩:我不能说我们的粉丝人很多,不过我想我们在大分市表演时,最多会有35到40个人来看。少的话可能有15到20个人来看表演。Todd: Still, thats good.托德:那也很不错了。Eoin: But, I mean, thats more, you know, we have to pro-actively contact them and say ;Hey, you wanna come and see the band?; Its not like we just put an advert in the paper and everyone turns up, unfortunately.约恩:还有,我们要主动和他们接触,我们会说:“嘿,你想来看乐队演出吗?”不幸地是,并不是我们只要在报纸上发布广告,就会有人来看演出。Todd: Well, hey, you know. Give it time.托德:嘿,你知道,要慢慢来。 译文属 /201602/425583Sorie: So, Mark, tell us about your experience when you lived in the wilderness.索里:马克,和我们说说你在荒野生活的经历。Mark: It was for a really short time. It was part of a Masters program, and part of the masters program was to go into the wilderness, and I guess it was based on a Native American vision quest.马克:那是很短的一段时间。因为硕士课程要求在荒野生活一段时间,所以我才会这样做,我想那是基于美洲土著居民的视觉探索。Sorie: Very interesting. So whats a vision quest?索里:真有意思。什么是视觉探索?Mark: I guess a vision quest is when you — its like a rite of passage, like a ritual where you leave where you were, at that place in your life and you enter a space which is kind of fresh or allows for the next stage to manifest almost, so you enter that threshold, that vacant space between and perhaps in that time, youre gonna, you might have a vision, or you might not but when you come out the other side youre probably, most likely, going to be a little bit different than when you went into it.马克:我认为视觉探索就想是一种仪式,你离开你生活的那个地方,进入了一个全新的空间,可以展现下一个阶段,你进入了这种临界,这种空间,那时你可能会有幻想,也可能没有,不过当你从另一边出来的时候,你会和你刚进去的时候有一些不同。Sorie: So, tell me about the beginning. What was your feeling towards this experience?索里:和我说说开始的情况吧。你对这种体验有什么想法?Mark: Oh, I was super excited. Before I went I... they recommended like not drinking caffeine and things like that, in preparation for going there because... and sugar even because those little things have such control over our every day, that if were suddenly fasting when were in the wilderness, then if we loose that caffeine and sugar its gonna like... maybe get headaches or something like that, so I prepared by dropping the caffeine and the sugar and even before I went, I noticed like clarity coming that wasnt there even before I went.马克:哦,我超级兴奋。在我们准备的时候,他们建议我们不要摄入咖啡因和糖,因为那些东西基本上控制了我们的日常生活,如果我们在荒野中突然禁食这些东西,如果我们突然不摄入咖啡因和糖,那我们可能就会出现头疼等症状,所以我要一点点地禁食咖啡因和糖,在我出发之前,我发现那并不是那么明显。Sorie: OK, so that was your physical preparation. Did you do any mental preparation?索里:这是你的身体准备。那你做什么心理准备了吗?Mark: Yeah, with my wife, I also did a mini-fast, which was for one day.马克:有,我和我妻子还体验了小型斋戒,我们斋戒了一天。Sorie: OK, and after that, you went to this... the wilderness in Colorado. Can you tell us how this place looked?索里:好,在那之后,你就去了科罗拉多州的荒野。你能给我们描述一下那里吗?Mark: It was dry, and we took a long time to get there in the car. It was about four hours from a place called Boulder, which is a town there. A long drive, lots of fun, talking in the car, singing, and then we arrived and the air was dry and we had a dodgy map and eventually we found the place and it was quite high — the altitude — I cant remember exactly how high it was but it was quite high, not far from the snow line but it was summer, and it was a forest and we were staying in this Aspen woodland. Thats where we were camping and the land was privately owned so that allowed for security and peace of mind.马克:那里非常干燥,我们开了很长时间的车才到达那里。从尔德镇开车要花4个小时左右才能到达。虽然是长途行驶,不过我们在路上一直在唱歌,所以我们很开心,我们抵达目的地以后,发现那里的空气非常干燥,我们的地图不太清楚,不过我们还是找到了我们要去的地方,那里的海拔非常高,我记不清具体有多高了,我只记得海拔非常高,接近雪线,不过我们去的时候是夏天,那是一片森林,我们住在阿斯彭林区。那是我们露营的地方,那里的土地是私有的,所以很安全,而且能让内心平静。Sorie: And how many days were you there?索里:你们在那里待了多长时间?Mark: In that space camping, on that land in total I think it was ten days of which three and a half were alone.马克:我们在那片土地上一共待了10天,其中有三天半我们是独自待在那里的。Sorie: And did you have any food? What would you eat every day? and drink?索里:你们有食物吗?你们每天吃什么?喝什么?Mark: Well, when we were together — it was about ten, eleven other people — so when we were together with those people, we brought all our own food in, and we were kind of paired up, so each pair would make a certain meal every day, and we would eat kind of communally, and in those three and a half days, as part of the vision quest, there was not going to be any eating at all.马克:我们都待在一起,除我以外还有11个人,我们一起进入了这片林区,我们随身带着食物,我们两个人一组,每天有一组人负责饮食,我们一起共享食物,作为视觉探索的一部分,在那三天半里我们什么都不能吃。Sorie: Were you afraid something would happen in the wilderness?索里:你有没有害怕荒野里会发生什么事?Mark: No, I really like being in the wilderness.马克:没有,我非常喜欢在荒野里的感觉。Sorie: Wow, yeah, it sounds very daunting really. I wouldnt be able to do what you did.索里:哇哦,听起来非常可怕。我想我做不到你做的事情。Mark: Would you have been scared?马克:你害怕吗?Sorie: Definitely. I dont think I would have been able to do it, so I am very happy for you.索里:当然。当然。我想我肯定做不到,我为你感到非常开心。 译文属 /201703/499768

Mark: So Sorie, talking about ocean sports and being on the ocean. Maybe you could talk about your ocean swimming experience in Ogasawara.马克:索里,我们来谈谈海上运动以及在海上游玩。也许你可以谈谈你在小笠原群岛游泳的经历。Sorie: Yeah, I love swimming, you know. Its so peaceful to be there in the ocean. And the ocean in Ogasawara was very clear and you could see so many fishes and Id love to go swimming and immersed in the ocean. It was like another world. It was very beautiful. But there was one time—oh, that time.索里:好,你知道,我喜欢游泳。在海里让我感觉非常平静。小笠原群岛的海水非常清澈,你可以看到很多鱼类,我喜欢在海里游泳,喜欢沉浸在海洋里。那好像另一个世界。非常美丽。但是有一次,哦,那次真的……Mark: What happened?马克:发生了什么事?Sorie: My friends had come to visit and so, we went fishing. But before they started fishing, I decided to go for a swim. And I swam, and I could see all the way to the bottom of the ocean. And I see this fish but theyre actually not fish, they were sharks. They were white-tipped sharks.索里:我朋友过来看我,我们去钓鱼了。但是我决定在钓鱼之前先去游个泳。我在游泳的时候能看到海底。我看到了一种鱼,其实那并不是鱼,那是鲨鱼。那是白鳍鲨。Mark: Wow.马克:哇哦。Sorie: There were four of them at the bottom of the ocean. And I just remember that one you have to do is to keep calm. So I did that. I swam out. I told my friends, ;There are four sharks down there, so get me out of here.; So they got me out of there but my heart was beating so fast. I was so scared.索里:海底有四只白鳍鲨。我记得遇到鲨鱼时一定要保持冷静。所以我照做了。我游走并告诉我的朋友们:“海底有四只鲨鱼,快带我离开这里”。所以他们帮我离开了那里,当时我的心脏跳得特别快。我吓坏了。Mark: Were they dangerous? Those sharks?马克:那些鲨鱼危险吗?Sorie: Well, theyre not dangerous. They might be able to like bite a finger off but I didnt want that to happen either. So as soon as I saw them, I came out of the place. Yeah, but that was so scary.索里:并不危险。它们也许能把你的手指咬下来,不过我并不希望发生那种事。所以我一看到它们,就马上离开了。不过那真的很可怕。Mark: Wow. Oh as far, it sounds beautiful and amazing and dangerous all the same time.马克:哇哦。目前来看,美丽又迷人的景色和危险交织在一起。Sorie: Thats right. So Mark, what about you? Do you have any encounters with fish?索里:没错。马克,你呢?你遇到过鱼儿吗?Mark: With fish? Well, I remember fish in—dont you remember when we saw it together? We were swimming in that beach called Kominato, and we swam out around those rocks where we always went. How am I looking a pair of snorkels on it, so peaceful and pretty and like just tranquil and Im looking at all the fish. And then suddenly, that freaky fish, it started staring at us. Do you remember that?马克:鱼?我记得……你还记得我们一起游泳时看到的那只鱼吗?我们当时在小港海滩游泳,我们游到了岩石周围,我们经常去那里游泳。通过呼吸管看过去,真的既宁静又平静,我一直在看那些鱼儿。突然,有只奇怪的鱼开始盯着我们看。你还记得吗?Sorie: Yeah, with huge eyes.索里:对,它的眼睛非常大。Mark: Huge eyes, and then he started coming towards us.马克:眼睛很大,然后它开始向我们游过来。Sorie: Thats right. So in the middle of the ocean, we decided, okay, lets just split.索里:没错。当时我们在海中央,所以我们决定分开。Mark: We were swimming away from it and it was swimming after us, this little fish.马克:我们从那条鱼所在的地方游开,而它就在后面追我们,那是只小鱼。Sorie: It was very small. It was like 30 centimeters long but theyre really scary.索里:对,是只非常小的鱼。大概只有30厘米长,不过它看上去非常可怕。Mark: Yeah, we were quite far out from the beach and we did split, didnt we?马克:对,我们离海滩很远,而且我们还分开了,对吧?Sorie: And then what happened?索里:然后发生了什么?Mark: I went that way and you went that way. And just guess which way it went?马克:我往一个方向游,你往另一个方向游。猜猜那只鱼游去了哪个方向?Sorie: My way.索里:我的方向。Mark: And it just chased you all the way into the sea, into the beach.马克:它一直在海里追着你游,把你逼回了海滩上。Sorie: Thats right. So I was swimming really quickly. Im trying to get out of the beach and it was very close to me. And I thought it would bite my toes. But it didnt do anything. But I cant forget that time that a small fish got me out of the ocean.索里:没错。当时我游得非常快。我试图离开海滩,那只鱼离我非常近。我以为它会咬我的脚趾,不过它什么都没做。可是我依然忘不了一只小鱼把我逼离大海的经历。Mark: It was so weird, isnt it, like, fish dont do that.马克:非常奇怪,不是吗?一般鱼儿是不会那样做的。Sorie: They dont. And it was the only fish, like there were no other fish around.索里:没错。而且只有那一只鱼,周围也没有其它的鱼。Mark: Strange.马克:很奇怪。Sorie: Mysterious.索里:这是个谜。 译文属 /201705/506839栏目简介:跟生活紧密相关,知识中蕴含趣味性。只用几分钟就能看完,每期都有关键词,你掌握了吗?对学习很有用的哦,给你一个越来越喜欢英语的理由——超级英语脱口秀! /201606/447498Monitor Tower 118.1.355. 监听塔台118.1。Remain this frequency.356. 本频率长守。We can see the approach lights at 200 feet.357. 200英尺我们能看到进近灯。Cleared VOR approach Runway 36, followed by circling to Runway 18.358. 可以VOR进近,跑道36号,按照航图目视盘旋,18号落地。Expect commencing approach at time 50.359. 预计开始进近时间50分。Unable circling approach due company policy. Request diversion.360. 由于公司政策,不能盘旋进近。请求改航。Request RNAV approach.361. 请求RNAV进近。RNAV approach not available due FMS database. Request VOR approach.362. 由于FMS数据库原因,RNAV不可用。请求VOR进近Cleared for LDA approach Runway 24.363. 可以航向道偏离进近,跑道24号。Unable RNAV due equipment, request conventional arrival.364. 由于设备,不能RNAV进近,请求常规进场Unable RNAV, loss of RAIM, request NDB approach.365. 由于RAIM去失,不能RNAV进近,请求NDB进近。GPS primary lost, going around.366. 失去GPS主用,复飞了。RAIM alert, going around.367. RAIM警告,复飞了。Negative RNAV.368. 不能RNAV进近。Proceed to AK, hold as published, expect approach clearance at 30.369. 直飞AK,按航图等待,预计进近许可30分。Request hold for weather improvement, visibility below company minima.370. 请求等待天气好转,能见度低于公司最低值。Hold at BKM VOR FL250, right hand pattern, expect further clearance at 23, landing delay at destination airport 30 minutes.371. 在BKM VOR台等待,高度250,右等待,预计进一步许可23分,目的地机场着陆延误30分钟。Holding northwest of W VOR FL120, what is the delay for approach?372. W VOR台西北等待,高度120,请问进近的延误情况。Request to extend the holding pattern for accomplishing the checklist.373. 请求延长等待以完成检查单。Request extended holding to burn fuel to reduce the weight.374. 请求延长等待以便耗油减少重量。Cleared for CAT II ILS approach Runway 24.375. 可以II类盲降进近,跑道24号。Join right hand downwind, visual approach Runway 24.376. 加入右三边,目视进近,跑道24号。Continue approach, prepare for possible go around.377. 继续进近,做好可能复飞的准备。Disregard. We made the wrong transmission.378. 指令作废。我们发错报了。Roger, request continue approach.379. 明白,请求继续进近。Stand by. We are carrying out procedures.380. 稍等,我们正在执行程序。Wilco, words twice.381. 照办,每字发两遍。 /201703/497930

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