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  • Voice 1: The people competing in the race must also carry all of their own supplies. They carry a backpack filled only with things they may need. The runners do not want to bring too much. They want the backpack to weigh as little as possible. Many of the runners carry food, a sleeping bag and clothing the week.声音1:参与这项赛跑的人必须要携带所有的供给他们携带的背包里只能装他们需要的物品参赛者不想带太多东西他们希望背包昼可能轻一些许多参赛者会携带食物、睡袋和一周的换洗衣物Voice : The runners also carry a snake bite kit, to treat snake bites. They carry an emergency blanket. It is not always hot in the desert. At night temperatures can quickly drop to three degrees! Runners also bring a signal mirror and distress flare. They use these things if they get lost. The mirror catches the light of the sun. It shines the light back up so other people may see it. The flare is a fire. Runners can shoot it high into the air.声音:参赛者还会携带毒蛇解药,以治疗蛇咬伤他们会携带急救毯沙漠里并不是一直都处于炎热状态在夜晚,沙漠的温度可能会迅速下降到3度参赛者还会携带信号镜和遇难火焰信号他们会在迷路时使用这些东西信号镜可以捕捉太阳光它可以反射阳光,这样其他人就可能看到火焰信号会发出火光参赛者可以将它射向高空Voice 1: Finally, and most importantly, the runners also carry their own water. The race officials supply the water. They give the runners only nine litres of water each day. That is not a lot of water, especially if you are running through the desert! But, the runners do not want to carry much more than that. Water adds a lot of weight.声音1:最后也是最重要的,参赛者也要携带水赛事官员提供水他们每天只给参赛者9升水这并不多,尤其是你在沙漠里奔跑的时候!但是,参赛者并不希望带超过9升的水因为水会增加很多重量译文属 8977
  • The Wrong Train上错车Carol said they must leave early. They were going to the airport. They were going to JFK airport. “We must leave two hours early,” she said. “You never know what can go wrong.” “What can go wrong?” Clint asked. “We get on the train. We take the train to JFK airport. Nothing can go wrong.” “Of course something can go wrong,” she said. “Something can always go wrong.” They left two hours early. They got on the wrong train. They didn’t know they were on the wrong train. The train made many stops. Finally, it got to the last stop. Everyone got off the train. “This isn’t JFK airport. Where are we?” Carol asked another passenger. The passenger said they were on the wrong train. “We are on the wrong train!” she yelled at Clint. “It’s a good thing we left two hours early,” Clint said.卡罗尔说他们要尽早离开他们要去机场他们要去纽约肯尼迪机场她说:“我们必须提前个小时出发你不知道会发生什么情况”克林特说:“会发生什么情况?我们上了火车坐着火车前往机场不会发生任何事情”她说:“当然会出现问题总会出现问题的”他们提前两个小时离开他们上错了火车他们并不知道自己上错了火车火车途径多站最终到达终点所有人下了车卡罗尔问另一名乘客:“这不是纽约肯尼迪机场这是哪里?”乘客说他们上错了车她向克林特叫嚷到:“我们上错了车”克林特说:“提前两个小时真是件好事”译文属原创,,不得转载 0
  • 73  What Happened to the Word ;Sex;?  What ever happened to sex? I had to fill out a government m the other day and it ask my gender, giving town boxes to check, male or female.  It wasnt too many years ago that it would have asked my sex, male of female.  When did the term ;gender; replace ;sex; to describe the difference between males and females? And why? The term ;gender; has become ubiquitous.  My old college dictionary says that sex is a difference among living beings, as in the male and female sex, while gender is a difference in some languages partially corresponding to the natural order, in which the names of objects are either of masculine, feminine, or neuter gender.  The most recent American Heritage Dictionary advises that, while gender has traditionally been used to refer to grammatical categories, the word has been used in recent years to refer to sexual identity or sex-based social or cultural categories.  According to Stoller, an early pioneer in gender identity research, ;sex; is defined as the sum of physiological differences between male and female. In contrast, ;gender; is viewed as a strictly psychological phenomenon and refers to the sum of behavioral or psychological differences between the sexes.  So there is an important difference between sex and gender. The sex of a person is biologically determined. The gender of a person is culturally and socially determined.  The past two decades have produced a wide body of academic literature on gender, along with corresponding university and college departments, centers and courses focusing on the issues of gender identity and gender studies. Textbooks such courses all agree that gender refers to the roles attached to biological sex; femininity and masculinity in this view are mere social concepts.  As one correspondent puts it, ;Sex refers to a biological statement of fact. Gender is the way one is socialized according to some standard of behavior associated with a role.;  ;Only women can bear children, but not only women can be mothers.;  It is now clear that when the government asked my gender, there was something more involved than wanting to know my biological sex.  There are only two sexes, but at least six if not eight genders: male, female, lesbian, homosexual or gay, bisexual of both sexes and transgendered of both sexes.  The simple change from ;sex; to ;gender; on a m hints a change in how we are coming to view our society and how it is being restructured. 18686
  • Famous Americans: Lucille Ball; The Great Depression; hermit versus loner versus introvert; other than versus rather than; Et tu, Brute?Words:to have no future asB-moviestardomrerunpioneeringfondlylook-alikedepressioncrashto stimulatedroughtmanual laborhermitlonerintrovertother thanrather thanEt tu, Brute? 3677
  • A Birthday Bike一辆作为生日礼物的自行车January 7 is Benny birthday. He will be eight years old. He is in the third grade. He goes to Park Elementary School. An elementary school is kids. It is only one mile away. He walks to school. It only takes minutes. When it rains, he wears a raincoat. He used to take an umbrella. But he lost the umbrella. His mother gave him another umbrella. He broke that one. His mom said, ;You and umbrellas dont get along.; his eighth birthday, Benny wants a bicycle. He can ride the bike to school. After school he can ride with his friends. He can ride the bike to the swimming pool. He can ride the bike to the library. His mom and dad took him to the bike store. They asked him to look at the bikes. He looked at all the bikes. He chose a red bike. He showed his parents. Dad said it cost too much. He told Benny to choose another bike. Benny chose a blue bike. Dad said the blue bike was the right price.1月7日是本尼的生日他快八岁了他在上三年级他在公园小学上学小学是孩子们上学的地方离家只有一英里他步行上学只需要分钟下雨的时候,他会穿雨衣他以前总带着伞但是他的伞丢了他妈妈给了他另一把伞他把它弄坏了他妈妈说“你跟伞合不来”八岁生日的时候,本尼想要一辆自行车他可以骑着自行车去上学放学后他可以跟朋友们一起骑自行车他可以骑自行车去游泳池他可以骑自行车去图书馆他的爸爸妈妈带他到自行车商店里他们让他看看自行车他看着所有的自行车他选了一辆红色的自行车他给他的爸爸妈妈看爸爸说那太贵了他让本尼再选一辆别的本尼选了一辆蓝色的自行车爸爸说蓝色的自行车价格很合适译文属原创,,不得转载 975
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