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武汉/市儿童医院激光祛斑多少钱武汉/市第一医院激光去烫伤的疤多少钱046 special occasions Word Birthday celebration party budget (10th)anniversary wedding decorations merchandise commemorate parade centenary dress up dancing fireword Phrases Visit friends Have visitors Put into practice Hold a party Mark an anniversary Put up decorations Celebrate a wedding Beginner A: is everything y for Billy’s birthday party? B: yes. I’ve finished making the birthday cake and I’ve put all the things on the table. Did you find the party hats? A: yes, I did. I’ve put one on the table for each child. I put up the big “happy birthday” sign too. B: thanks. Do you think we have enough for the kids to eat and drink? A: I’m sure of that. There’s enough food here to feed an army! B: that birthday cake looks wonderful, but you haven’t put any candles on it yes. A: thanks for reminding me. I’ve prepared some party games for the children too. B: I’ve brought a tape with lots of children’s songs on it. A: hopefully, that will keep everyone happy. Intermediate A: how should we commemorate the centenary of the founding of the university? We have been given quite a large budget to pay for some events. B: we should certainly hold a big party for the professors and students. We could have a firework display. A: do you think that we should invite alumni and former professors? B: if we do, too many people might attend. Perhaps we should invited all of them, but make a small charge to attend. A: good idea. We should also hold a series of presentations. We could have presentations on the history of the university, the course we offer, and our links with other universities. B: good idea! I think we could also have presentations by former students on how their experience here helped them in their lives. A: we could have another on the successes of graduates from here. B: I think that we could also produce some merchandise for the centenary-you know, T-shirts, mugs, plates, pens, and things like that. A: that’s an excellent idea. Hopefully, we would be able to make a profit! A few professors and students are writing a book on the history of the university. B: I’m looking forward to ing that. We could have book signings by famous professors an alumni. A: a group of students from the art and music faculty are producing a short film. B: I’m sure that will be very popular.. OK, let’s think about how we can put these ideas into practice. /200705/13586黄冈市治疗祛斑价格 美国习惯用语-第41讲:to go all outto go though hell or high water大多数的人都很钦佩那些力量充沛、勇往直前的人。这种人为了达到目的而采取行动的时候毫不畏惧。在认定了目标以后,他们就会全力以赴。这种精神在英文里就是: to go all out。一本字典对 to go all out 的解释就是:以最大的决心和所有的力量去做一件事。 To go all out 这个俗语经常用在体育方面,下面就是一个例子: 例句-1: "Our basketball team went all-out to win the championship game. But so did the other team, and they beat us by two points." 这句话的意思是:“我们的篮球队为了在比赛中获胜而全力以赴。可是,另外一个队也是这样,结果他们多得了两分而把我们打败了。” To go all out 虽然经常用在体育方面,可是这个俗语现在几乎已经成为哪儿都能用的词汇了。下面的一个例子是一位政治家在谈论即将举行的选举: 例句-2: "This time the other party is going all-out to win -- they're spending twice as much money as we can on radio and TV commercials." 这位政治家说:“这一次,跟我们对立的政党正在全力以赴地争取在选举中获胜,他们在电台和电视上做广告化的钱比我们能化的要多两倍。” 下面我们要给大家介绍的一个俗语是: to go through hell or high water。 To go through hell or high water,这个俗语使人们脑海里出现某一个在必要的时候能够赴汤滔火的人的形像。我们来举个例子吧: 例句-3: "I love my friend John like a brother -- I know he'd go through hell or high water for me." 这个人说:“我对约翰就像对待自己的兄弟一样,我知道他会为我赴汤滔火的。”这句话的意思也就是,约翰会尽一切可能来帮助他的。 下面我们再来举一个例子。这是一个人在说某一个家庭: 例句-4: "That's a very close family -- whatever happens to one of them, sickness, money trouble, anything, the rest of them come to help. They'd go through hell and high water for each other." 他说:“这家人之间的关系非常密切,不管任何人发生什么事,无论是生病也好,缺钱花也好,或发生其他任何问题,每个人都会来帮忙的。不管家里谁有了困难,大家都会为他赴汤滔火。” 今天我们讲了两个习惯用语,一个是 to go all out。另一个是 to go though hell or high water。 To go all out 的意思是尽全力去做一件事,或达到某个目的。 To go though hell or high water 是指不管有多大的困难,有多少危险,但是有关的人仍然勇往直前。这两个习惯用语的含义有其相似的地方,都是竭尽全力的意思,但是 to go though hell or high water 要比 to go all out 的语气强烈得多。从我们以上举的例子里就可以看出这一点。 /200601/299619th of November, 19571957年11月19日Dear Monsieur Germain:亲爱的杰曼先生:I let the commotion around me these days subside a bit before speaking to you from the bottom of my heart.在我由衷的感谢您之前,我让我最近躁动的内心稍稍平静了一些。I have just been given far too great an honour, one I neither sought nor solicited.我刚刚被授予了一个我这一生都望尘莫及的莫大荣耀。But when I heard the news, my first thought, after my mother, was of you.而在我得知这个消息之后,除我母亲外,我第一个想到的,就是您。Without you, without the affectionate hand you extended to the small poor child that I was, without your teaching and example, none of all this would have happened.如果没有您,如果不是您用慈爱的手抚慰我这个可怜的小孩,如果不是您的谆谆教诲和以身作则,这一切的一切都无从谈起。I dont make too much of this sort of honour.我并没有荣誉等身。But at least it gives me the opportunity to tell you what you have been and still are for me, and to assure you that your efforts, your work, and the generous heart you put into it still live in one of your little schoolboys who, despite the years, has never stopped being your grateful pupil.但至少它给了我机会让我告诉您,您对于我无论今与昔到底是怎样的存在,一样也是一个机会让您知晓,您对那些小男孩倾注的努力、您的辛勤工作、您的慷慨用心,作为您的一名学生,至今历历在目,无论时光流逝,我仍是那个感激您的学生。I embrace you with all my heart.我全心全意地拥抱您。Albert Camus阿尔伯特·加缪201704/504794武汉/韩城辰整形美容医院大腿吸脂

咸宁市中心医院治疗腋臭多少钱潜江市激光治疗鸡眼多少钱 英语日常口语 68:Is the cat ill? 那只猫病了吗?本单元是关于那只猫病了吗的对话Helen: Hey guys, do you think the cat's okay? Alice: The cat? Seems fine to me. Why? Helen: I think we should take her to the vet. She doesn't seem right to me. Alice: She's fine. Helen: No, she's not! You guys never listen to me. Tim, can you take her to the vet? Tim: I'm sorry Helen. I'm up to my ears in work at the moment. Anyway, she seems fine, aren't you Kitty? Helen: I told you she's not well! Right, if you lot don't care, I'll take her! Tim: Blimey, what's up with her?Alice: Oh, she's just a bit down in the dumps at the moment. Tim: Right. Why's that? Alice: Tim! You're such a bloke, aren't you? Vocabulary:(字汇) a vet 兽医a shortened version of 'a veterinary surgeon' (an animal doctor) blimey 难以置信的惊叹词,主要用在英式英语an expression of surprise or annoyance, used mainly in British English a bloke 男人(非正式用法)an informal term for 'a man' 本单元的语言点是有关 'up' and 'down' 的习惯语,请看下面的解释和例句Idioms with 'up' and 'down'Idioms 习惯语Idioms use language metaphorically. This means that the meaning of an idiom is not the same as the meanings of the individual words in the idiom. For example, if you 'go down memory lane', it means you think about the past (the metaphorical meaning), not that you walk down a street called 'memory lane' (the literal meaning). Idioms are fixed groups of words. This means that the wording of an idiom can not be changed. For example, you can say 'go down memory lane', but you can't say 'go down memory street'Idioms with 'up' To be up: 'What's up?' means: 'What's the matter or problem?' This is often used when someone is upset or behaving strangely. Example:What's up with Helen at the moment? She seems really upset.This idiom is also used as an informal greeting. Example: Hi, David. What's up man?' 'Just the usual. How're you doing?To be up someone's street: to be ideal for someone, or be related to something which someone knows a lot about.Example:Ask Sarah that question about football. It's right up her street: she's been a fan for ages.To be up to my/the ears: to be really busy or occupied with something, so that you have little free time. Example:Tim can't help her because he is up to his ears in/with work.To be on the up and up: to be getting increasingly successful.Example:His life has been on the up and up since he published his first book. Now, he's making a film in Hollywood.To be up-to-the-minute: to be the most recent or latest; to be very fashionable.Example: These are up-to-the-minute statistics, and they show that the rush hour starts at 4.30, not 5.Idioms with 'down' To be down in the dumps: to be sad or miserable. This idiom refers to an old use of the word 'dumps', which was used to refer to a sad piece of music.Example:Helen has been down in the dumps since Michal returned to Poland.To be/look down in the mouth: to be or look sad and unhappy. To be down in the mouth means that someone's expression is sad; they are definitely not smiling. Example: Helen looks really down in the mouth at the moment, doesn't she? -Yes, she does. I think she's missing Michal. To be down-to-earth: to be realistic or practical; to not be a dreamer. In some ways, this idiom is the opposite of 'to have your head in the clouds' (to be unrealistic). Example: My sister's very down-to-earth. She always buys me useful presents, like kettles and tools. She never buys me anything silly and fun.To be/look down at heel: to be or look untidy and uncared for. This is an idiomatic reference to the condition of someone's shoes, when they are very worn and need replacing or repairing. Example: He seemed well-educated, but looked so down at heel. His clothes were scruffy and he needed a haircut.To be down on one's uppers: to be very poor.This is another idiomatic reference to the condition of someone's shoes. It means that their shoes have lost the sole and heel, only the top (upper) part of the shoe remains. Example: David's really down on his uppers at the moment. He lost his job, and he can't pay the rent for his house anymore.To go down memory lane: to look back into the past, in a nostalgic and warm way. Example: I love school reunions. They're a lovely chance to go down memory lane. /200707/16072武汉/中心医院光子嫩肤多少钱

武汉/韩城辰整形美容医院丰胸手术好吗 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武汉/协和医院祛疤手术多少钱湖北省妇幼保健院治疗痘痘多少钱




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