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俗话说,“民以食为天”,饮食是我们生活中必不可少的组成部分,它也与黄道十二星座有着紧密的关系。且看一下最近各个星座都有着怎样的饮食习惯吧。   ARIES (Mar. 21- April 20)   Always on the go and y to rush off to the next big thing, the Ram will most likely grab some fast food en route. When dining in a restaurant, try a variety of appetizers, which will suit your investigative nature.   白羊:一贯急匆匆的羊儿喜欢边走边吃。各式的开胃食物通常是你的最爱,这很符合白羊座喜欢深究的个性哦。   TAURUS (Apr. 21 - May 21)   The Epicurean Bull will most likely be found savoring succulent three-course meals at posh five-star restaurants. Surely dessert will be one of the three courses -- or will it be the fourth? -- as you have quite a sweet tooth.   金牛:我们最有可能在奢华的五星饭店里找到正享受美味多汁的膳食的牛儿了。当然,饭后甜点对于你也是必不可少的。谁叫你就好这口呢? /200911/88449。

1. We are the change we are seeking.我们就是我们正在寻找的变化!2. We are the ones we have been waiting for.我们就是我们一直在等待的救世主!3. The world has changed, and we must change with it.世界已经变了,我们必须同时改变。4. Starting today, we must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off and begin the work of remaking America.从今天开始,让我们团结一致,振作精神,开始重塑美国。5. This union may never be perfect, but generation after generation has shown that it can always be perfected.我们的国家也许从来就不完美,但一代又一代人已经明我们的国家可以不断被改善。6. It took a lot of blood, sweat and tears to get to where we are today, but we have just begun. Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that the world we leave our children is just a little bit better than the one we inhabit today.我们的今天是多少血汗、泪水换来的,但路才刚刚开始。今天,我们做出诚挚的努力,确保留给孩子们的世界,比现在的再好一点点。7. We need to steer clear of this poverty of ambition, where people want to drive fancy cars and wear nice clothes and live in nice apartments but don't want to work hard to accomplish these things. Everyone should try to realize their full potential.我们需要避免梦想的匮乏,人们总是希望开好车,穿好衣,住好房子,却不愿为之付出艰辛。每个人都应该尽量发掘自身潜力。8. We remain the most prosperous, powerful nation on Earth.我们仍然是这个地球上最繁荣、最强大的国家。9. If you're walking down the right path and you're willing to keep walking, eventually you'll make progress.如果你走的道路正确,也愿意坚持走下去,最终你会成功!10. We are y to lead once more.我们有信心再次领导世界。 /200904/67025。

When Jack bowed to someone, he always did it at lightening speed. You shouldn't wait any longer after he has had his head nod. So he was blamed for no manners. Then some warmhearted men taught him, "When you bow to somebody next time, you can count 'January, February, March. until December. Then you can lift your body up. Thus, the ceremony will be perfect.   The next day, he met his uncle, he did as the men told him. The bow was so long that it made his uncle feel surprised and escaped away soon . When Jack looked up, he found his uncle gone . So he asked the passer, "Which month did he go away?"  杰克给人鞠躬,飞快地一点头,就算完了。大家都怪他不懂礼貌。于是便有好心的人教他说,“下次鞠躬的时候,你就在心里数:正月、二月、……一直数到十二月为止,然后再直起身来。这样,礼节就周全了。”   第二天,杰克见到他的叔叔,他便如法炮制。这躬鞠得太久,叔叔吃了一惊,赶紧逃开了。杰克抬头一看,其叔早已不知去向,他便问过路人:“我叔叔是几月走的?” /201108/150268。

The Colosseum and Trevi Fountain aren't even mentioned in a hot-off-the-press guide to Rome. Instead, the pocketbook provides a guide to survival for homeless people in the Eternal City. Some 5,000 people are homeless in Italy's capital and up to 50,000 people are dependent on others for help--especially the elderly and the handicapped, according to the Sant'Egidio religious charity which drew up the book.The 2008 edition of "Where to Eat, Sleep and Wash," which has been dubbed the "Poor-Man's Michelin Guide to Rome," tells the needy and homeless where to find shelters, soup kitchens, public baths and health services.Demand for the book has skyrocketed since it was first published in 1990. The group printed 2,000 copies of the first edition but this year 13,000 copies of the 148-page "Bible" were printed, highlighting 760 locations that provide services for the needy."It contains the secrets to survival in Rome," said Mario Marazziti, a spokesman for the Sant'Egidio community. "This is a different face of Rome, and the guide tells us how to cope with its problems.""Because of the economic crisis, more and more people are falling below the poverty line," Marazziti added. Indeed, it was the death of a vagrant in 1983 after ambulance workers refused to pick him up that inspired Sant'Egidio to start publishing its pocket-sized guides to Rome.For the first time, Sant'Egidio also included a fold-out plastic-coated map with symbols representing all of the eating, sleeping and washing hot spots across the city.Although the Colosseum does not feature in the guide, it appears on this map. "But it's just a reference," Marazziti said. "The normal Rome that tourists look at is a backdrop for us." /200812/59012。

学英文的人有时候会注意到英式英文与美式英文的差异。其实世界上有很多种类的英文,不只英式和美式两种而已。光是在美国境内就有好多种不同的美式英文的方言。如果你在美国波士顿、纽约、迈阿密、达拉斯、洛杉矶等地区待过的话,你会发现这些地方的发音、字汇、甚至于文法,都跟其它地方稍有不同。同样的,在英国你如果待过伦敦、伯明翰、利物浦、爱丁堡、都柏林等地的话,也会发现各城市的差异。如果你在宴会上同时碰到一位美国人与一位英国人,几分钟之内就可以凭着他们的对话辨认出来。最明显的线索当然就是发音,例如dance、butter、no、bird等等,不仅子音、元音的咬字有差异,就连重音位置也常常不一样。英语、美语第二项最明显的差异,就是使用的单字。同样的东西,在美国与英国的称呼不一样。以下举一些最常见的例子:第一个为:American English 美语 第二个为:British English 英语 公寓 apartment flat 洗手间 bathroom/restroom toilet 罐头 can tin 糖果 candy sweets 洋芋片 chips crisps 饼干 cookie biscuit 玉米 corn maize 对方付费电话 collect call reverse charge call 婴儿床 crib cot 尿布 diaper nappy 电梯 elevator lift 橡皮擦 eraser rubber 一楼 first floor ground floor 手电筒 flashlight torch 薯条 french fries chips 垃圾桶 garbage can dustbin 汽油 gas, gasoline petrol 果酱 jelly jam 汽车的引擎盖 hood bonnet 生气 mad angry 数学 math maths 餐巾、擦嘴巾 napkin serviette 丝袜 panty-hose, pantihose tights 薯片 potato chips crisp 手提包 purse/pocketbook handbag 足球 soccer football 来回票 roundtrip return 人行道 sidewalk pavement 炉子 stove cooker 毛衣 sweater jersey, jumper 卡车 truck lorry 汽车后面的行李箱 trunk boot 假期 vacation holiday 拼字的差异比较小,以下是一些例子:第一个为:American English 美语 第二个为:British English 英语 考古学 archeology archaeology 目录 catalog catalogue 文明 civilization civilisation 颜色 color colour 马路牙子 curb kerb 抵抗 defense defence 草稿 draft draught 最爱 favorite favourite 荣誉 honor honour 珠宝 jewelry jewllery 组织 organization organisation 练习 practice practise 轮胎 tire tyre /200903/64399。

When Yu Bingbing, a 28-year-old marketresearch manager, is on her way to work each morning, she always cannot help feeling anxiousabout whether she has locked the door of her apartmentand turned off the gas.28岁的于冰冰是某公司市场调研部经理,每天清晨上班的途中,她总会不由自主地感到焦虑:“房门是不是锁了,煤气是不是关了?”"I'm usually wrestlingwith these feelings for the entire day," Yu said.于冰冰说:“我经常一整天都在同这些情绪斗争。”Working at an international pharmaceuticalfirm, Yu looks older than she is and her heavily made-up face always has an exhausted look.现任职于某国际制药公司的她,看上去要比实际年龄成熟得多,画着浓妆的脸上总是带着疲惫的神情。"Since I have been promoted to a managerialposition, I lose my temper with my parents and husband more frequently just because of some trivialthings," she said, adding that slight wrinkles and acne on her face have irritated her even more, and even luxury cosmetics cannot help her.她说:“自从升为管理层后,我频频因为一点小事就对父母和老公大动肝火。”"I have to work six days a week and don't even have extra off time when I'm sick," she said. "I have to push myself to become a workaholicsince the competition in my company is really fierceand I also have to pay a 5,000 yuan monthly mortgage, besides saving a certain amount of money for my planned baby."她说:“我每周必须工作6天,即使生病时也不例外。我必须强迫自己变成一个工作狂,因为公司里的竞争实在是太激烈了。我每月要偿还5000元按揭贷款,还要为将来生宝宝攒钱。”Life is like riding on a rollercoaster for Yu and many other members of China's post-80s generation, the first generation born after the introduction of the family-planning policyand the group to benefitmost from the country's opening-up policy and its booming economy.对于于冰冰和其他的中国80后来说,生活就像是在坐过山车。他们是实施计划生育政策后的第一代生人,在改革开放、经济腾飞的大潮中,他们是受益最大的群体。Being the only child in their family, and without much to trouble them during their youth, most of them were taken good care of or even spoiled by their parents and grandparents.作为独生子女,他们青春时代可谓一帆风顺,大多数人都得到父母以及祖父母的精心照料,甚至是娇宠。Having such a relatively carefree youth - when this generation reached adulthoodand had to cope with soaring prices, the high cost of raising children and intense competitionin the workplace - they suffered a rudeawakening.当慢慢长大成人时,他们必须应对飞涨的物价、抚养子女的高昂开销以及职场中的激烈竞争;曾经无忧无虑,漫步青春的他们此时如同大梦初醒意识到现实的残酷。According to statistics, the population of China's post-80s generation is over 200 million. The media usually refers to them as "slaves" to property, credit cards, children and marriage.据统计,中国80后一代人口数量已超过2亿。媒体经常将他们比作“房奴”、“卡奴”,“孩奴”和“婚奴” 。 /201005/103665。

Explore your feelings, and how they affect your behaviour, with this new series on the psychology of the emotions.We tend to think of our emotions as having laws unto themselves, but one psychological researcher has suggested that our emotions do follow certain general rules.This post begins a new series on the psychology of emotions with Professor Nico Frijda's twelve laws of the emotions (Fridja, 2006). As for most laws there are exceptions, but these have been synthesised from years of psychological research and hold true much of the time..1. The Law of Situational MeaningThe first law is simply that emotions derive from situations. Generally the same types of situation will elicit the same types of emotional response. Loss makes us grieve, gains make us happy and scary things make us fearful (mostly anyway - see all the other laws).2. The Law of ConcernWe feel because we care about something, when we have some interest in what happens, whether it's to an object, ourselves, or another person. Emotions arise from these particular goals, motivations or concerns. When we are unconcerned we don't feel anything.3. The Law of Apparent RealityWhatever seems real to us, can elicit an emotional response. In other words how we appraise or interpret a situation governs the emotion we feel (compare with laws 11 amp; 12). The reason poor movies, plays or books don't engage us emotionally is because, in some sense, we fail to detect truth. Similarly it's difficult to get emotional about things that aren't obvious, right in front of us. For example grief may not strike when we are told about the death of loved one, but only once it becomes real to us in some way - say when we pick up the phone to call them, forgetting they are gone.4, 5 amp; 6. The Laws of Change, Habituation and Comparative FeelingThe law of habituation means that in life we get used to our circumstances whatever they are (mostly true, but see laws 7 amp; 8). The emotions, therefore, respond most ily to change. This means that we are always comparing what is happening to a relatively steady frame of reference (what we are used to). As a result our emotions tend to respond most ily to changes that are relative to this frame of reference. /200901/60171。

You walk past them one day and they smile at you and suddenly you are walking the same way every day, just to see that smile again. They slowly approach moving closer to you and giving you a little more insight each day about who they are. They have an air of confidence but a shy demeanor. Finally they say hi and you practically drop to your knees with excitement.This is how a manipulator starts. They usually come into your lives slowly as they you and figure out your body language, likes and dislikes and even your wardrobe. I was told once that the wisest person in the room was the one who wasn't saying anything, they were listening to everything that was going on. I realized when I became that quiet person, it wasn't just the listening that they were doing. We study you and capture every moment until you become the target. We follow and know every move you make. Then we move in for the kill, get what we want and leave.So how do you know who we are? Here is a not-so-simple list of things that you can watch for. 1. Attitude Not so simple to see if you are aly hooked, but you can spot it in people. Most of the time you know when people are giving you attitude but that is not what I am talking about. I am talking about how they carry themselves and it isn't an attitude that makes you step back and decide to get defensive. They have perfected what they need to send off as their attitude to make you think you should approach them or allow them to approach you. If you look closely though there is a fine line between who they really are and who they have perfected for you. Trust your first instinct because your subconscious mind may be seeing more than you do. Keep your guard up and watch for theirs to fall occasionally. 2.Too Good To Be True Like everyone says, amp;;if it's too good to be true.amp;; They are right. If they have too much in common with you be very leery, they have probably studied enough to know about things you may like and can bullshit their way through it. We, I mean they, are really good at that. The perfect sales people. Some of them can you in a split second. 3.Saving the World If someone swoops in when they see you are down, they could be a good friend, or they may have just been waiting for the opportunity to sweep you off your feet and save the world. I have a lot of friends that swoop in when I need them, but I can always tell when someone is trying to take advantage of a situation. I guess it is intuition again and hard to explain. But they want to make your world perfect and be your savior. They will constantly be a shoulder to cry on and when the time is right they will pull you in. 4.Overly Reasonable When they seem perfect and want to be over reasonable about things, like you spending time with your friends, usually there is a hook later. Once you think that they are perfect and you are hooked, they will start cutting you off from the people who love you. It may be a slow process of one friend at a time or one place, like your favorite bar, at a time. Know who your real friends are before you start relying on a new person who says you shouldn't listen to them. Stay on your toes and be watchful of someone who slowly tells you that other people are taking advantage of you.I have a daughter that doesn't quit seem to get it when people tell her to pay attention to things. She doesn't seem to catch on when people try to tell her what other people might be doing to her. I have to sit down and give her a list and then point things out after they happen. That is not uncommon because she is still kind of young but I worry about what is going to happen when I am not there? Who is going to tell her that she is being manipulated? If I could just teach her to be on her toes and watch for these signs then maybe she will learn. Having a watchful eye and knowing what to look for helps, but some manipulators are very good and they know what you will be looking for. Also, some people who act like this may truly be good people and you don't want to let them go. How do you know which they are? You have to watch and trust your own judgment two things that are very hard to do when someone is flattering you and saving your world. 你和他们擦身而过,他们对你报以微笑,忽然之间你习惯了每天走那条路,只为了能再次见到那个微笑。慢慢地,他们走近了你,让你能够对他们有进一步的了解。他们对你打招呼让后你终于兴奋得拜倒在他们脚下。 这就是一个操纵者是如何开始的。他们经常会走进你的生活,读懂你,理解你的肢体语言、喜欢的、不喜欢的,甚至你的全部装。曾经有人告诉我一屋子人中,最聪明的那个是什么都不说的人,他们只是聆听、观察正在发生的一切。当我变成那个安静的人之后,我才知道他们并不仅仅是在听。我们分析你、了解你,捕捉你的每个瞬间直到你成为我们的目标。我们跟随你并且了解你所做的每一格动作,然后拿走我们想要的离开。 那你要怎样知道我们是谁呢?这里有一个并不简单的条目你可以参考。 1.态度 要想清楚你是否成为目标并不容易,但是你可以在人群中发现这个。许多时候当有人给你摆架子的时候你会发现,但是这个并不是我想谈的。我要谈的是他们怎样会有怎样的举止和态度,以至于不让你害怕并产生戒备心理。他们力求使自己的态度完美一边你会接近他们或者允许他们接近你。你是否还是看起来容易接近即使他们的举动和真实身份之间有明显的区别。相信自己的第一感觉,因为你的潜意识看到的比你了解得更多。竖起防备,小心不经意间陷入。 2.好得让人难以置信 想大家说得那样,太好就让人难以置信。他们是对的。是否他们和你有太多共同的地方,这样太狡猾了,他们大概已经深入地了解你所喜欢的事情,故而他们可以顺利地实现自己的计划,我们,也就是“他们”,是非常精通这些的。太过完美经常会出卖人,他们中的一些人在看到你的瞬间就能看懂你。 3.拯救世界 如果有人看到你倒了就冲过来,他们可以是一个好朋友,又或者他们他们只是在等候这个机会把你打倒,拯救世界。我与许多朋友,他们总是在我需要的时候出现,但是我经常会分辨出党有人是在利用这个条件。我想这就是直觉吧,难以解释。但是他们想让你的世界变得完美,成为你的救世主。在你想哭的时候,他们总是会给你一个肩膀,然后再合适的时候,把你拥入怀抱。 4.过度的合理 当他们看起来完美无缺并且想要让事情看起来无可挑剔,就像你和朋友相处一样,但是通常之后会有一个陷阱。一旦你发祥他们太过完美并且你上圈套时,他们就会把切断你和关心你的人的联系。It may be a slow process of one friend at a time or one place,像你最喜欢的酒吧,at a time.在你决定依靠一个陌生人who says you shouldn't listen to them的时候,先搞清楚谁是你真正的朋友。当有人告诉你别人是在利用你的时候,冷静下来并且认真观察他的言行。 我的女儿,她总是在别人告诉她留心一些事情的收获满不在乎。当别人试着告诉她有些人会对她做一些事情的时候,她看起来无法理解。我不得不静下来给她列一个清单,然后在事情发生之后给她指出来。这并不稀奇因为她毕竟还是个孩子。但是我担心如果我不在了会发生些什么?在她被控制的时候谁去告诉她?如果我告诉她冷静地观察这些讯息,也许她就会了解。一定要有一双洞悉的眼睛,知道向谁求助,但是有些非常专业的操作者他们知道你在寻找什么。而且,一些有这些做法的人,他们真的是好人,那你可不要让他走开。那你怎么知道他是好是坏呢?你就要认真地观察并且坚信自己的判断。但是当有人奉承你并且可以拯救你的时候,这就很难办到了。 /200809/47427。

摘要:数字13 一个广为流传的迷信是13不吉利。许多饭店就不设13房间。有人不愿意在13号出发旅行,特别赶上当天是星期五。One of the most widesp superstitions is that thirteen is unlucky, and so general is this idea that many hotels do not have a room number thirteen. Some people will not start a trip on the 13th day of the month, especially if it happens to be a Friday. Various explanations have been given as to the origin of this superstition. The most popular explanation is that there were thirteen persons at the Last Supper, Judas being frequently represented as the thirteen. The superstition about the number thirteen is universal. We can find it in France, England, throughout almost the whole of Europe, and in America. It has long been a matter of etiquette in France to avoid having exactly thirteen guests at a dinner or party, and the person who is invited to fill the fourteenth seat at the table is usually known as quatorizième. The English writer Joseph Addison, who wrote early in the 18th century, tells us a story about the superstition in his time:“I remember I was once in a mixed assembly that was full of noise and mirth, when on a sudden an old woman unluckily observed there were thirteen of us in company. This remark struck a panic terror into several who were present, insomuch that one or two of the ladies were going to leave the room; but a friend of mine, taking notice that one of our female companions was big with child, affirmed there were fourteen in the room, and that, instead of portending one of the company should die, it plainly forebode one of them should be born. Had not my friend found this expedient to break the omen, I question not but half of the women in the company would have fallen sick that night.”Nowadays few people take the number so seriously as people in Addison’s time. /200907/76405。

A short young man was running behind a bus which was full of passengers. But the bus still ran at a great speed.  "Stop, stop, " a passenger looked out of the window, and shouted at the young man, "you can't catch it ! "  "I must," the young fellow said, out of breath, "because I'm only driver of the bus." out of breath 上气不接下气 我是司机  在一辆满载乘客的公共汽车后面,一位小个子青年在奔跑着。气车仍在高速前进。  “停下吧,”一位乘客把头伸出窗子,对小个子喊道,“你追不上的!”  “我必须追上,”小个子气喘吁吁地说,“我是司机!”【Exercises】根据短文判断下列句子正(T)、(F):① The young man who was running behind the bus was tall.② The bus was half full of passengers.③ The bus was running very fast.④ The passenger bad pity on the young man.⑤ The young man was the driver.【参考】①F②F③T④T⑤T。