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My good opinion, once lost is lost forever.语音讲解:单词发音opinion /#601;#712;p#618;nj#601;n/once /w#652;ns/词间连读once lost is lost forever/w#652;nsl#594;st#618;zl#594;stf#601;r#712;ev#601;/词汇讲解1. opinion noun. 意见He asked different people for their opinions.他像不同人询问意见。expressions.have no opinion of 对...印象不好/没有好感Now, I have no opinion of that policy.我可对这项政策没有好感。have a high opinion of 认为…很好,器重You have a high opinion of lawyers.你很看得起律师.2. once一次/曾经/一旦I met Wilma once, briefly我曾经和威尔玛有过短短的一面之缘。Once(it is)found,any mistake must be corrected.一旦发现任何错误就必须加以改正.phrase.at once. 立即I must be going back at once.我得马上回去。once and for all 彻底地We have to resolve this matter once and for all我们必须彻底解决这一问题。活学活用once... 一旦...一旦你开始了,就不要放弃.英文:Once you start, you should never give up.关注微信号:TeacherGwen,跟着Gwen老师每天学点英语 /201702/494418Welcome to English in a Minute!欢迎来到《一分钟英语》栏目!If two people are on the same page in a book, they are ing the same thing.如果两个人同样的一本书翻到了同一页,说明他们在看相同的内容。But is that what this idiom really means? On The Same Page但这是这个习语想要表达的意思吗? On The Same PageThat restaurant was great, but I hate coming home smelling like cigarette smoke.那家餐厅很棒,但是我讨厌回家的时候自己身上全都是香烟的味道。I hear you. I wish the city would finally ban smoking indoors.我明白。我真希望我们的城市能够最终禁止室内吸烟。We#39;re definitely on the same page there!我们终于统一意见了!If you#39;re on the same page as someone, it means you are thinking in a similar way.如果你跟某人翻到了同一页,意味着你们思考角度相似,It means you have a similar opinion about someone or something,也意味着你们对于某物某事有着相同看法,or have the same understanding about a topic.或者是针对某一话题有着同样的理解。You don#39;t actually have to be ing the same book as someone to have the same idea事实上你不需要跟他人阅读同一页来获取同样的观点this idiom can be used in all situations!这个习语可以应用在各种条件下!And that#39;s English in a Minute!以上就是本期的《一分钟英语》。 /201612/482114

《英语流行话题阅读:语境识词3500》67:你的眼神令你无可抵御暂无文本内容提要: 《英语流行话题阅读》为你开辟了一条提高英语的新捷径,引导你在愉快阅读中系统、快速地积累词汇、背景知识,提高快速阅读的技能。本丛书内容新颖翔实,具有极强的知识性、史料性、时代性与可读性,结构编排注意词汇与语言点的阶梯式循环出现,帮助读者在阅读中不断巩固,重复记忆。 本书是丛书的上卷,精选文章100篇,话题从加菲猫创造者到猫政治论,从汤姆·克鲁斯、哈里·波特到“美国偶像”,从智商、情商到爱商,从父亲节、狂欢节到美国高中生毕业舞会,从尼斯湖水怪到百慕大魔鬼三角洲,从当代购物狂到美国工作狂,从母亲到超级名模……为你展示了一个精的语言文化万花筒。每篇文章还附有精心编排的本文看点、经典句型、速记生词、知识链接等栏目,帮助你把握词汇重点,廓清语言难点,进一步开拓语言文化视野。 相关专题:英语导读1000句英语精美散文欣赏新概念优美背诵短文50篇 Article/200711/21444

今日短语Thankless job没人感谢的工作例句:Collecting garbage is a thankless job, but someone#39;s got to do it.收垃圾是个没人感谢的工作,但总是得有人做。 /201602/424585

  

  每日一句口语:Life is not a race, but a journey to be savored each step of the way. 生命不是一场赛跑, 而是一步一个脚印的旅程。【知识点讲解】savored vt. 调味; 品尝; 欣赏例句:I will savor its taste and give thanks.一口一口,细细品尝,满怀感激。 /201701/489823。

  每天一个生活口语话题,一段地道的举例回答,并附有详细的词汇,发音及用法讲解。讲解材料选自当今最先进最有效的英语原版教材,更加贴近生活。每天坚持听讲解,并根据问题练习,给自己一个地道输入和输出的机会,你也可以张口自信说英语。主题:Would you trust a pitbull alone with your baby?Pitbulls are loyal companions when trained properly. They will do anything for the approval of their master. They are also super sweet and cuddly! So yes, I would trust a pitbull with my baby. More than a baby-sitter.Pitbull: 斗牛犬Loyal: 忠诚的Approval: 认同Master: 主人Cuddly: 喜欢拥抱的Baby-sitter: 保姆 /201705/507774

  stab in the back暗箭袭人A:Did you hear that Mary#39;s marriage is on the rocks?A:你听说了吗,玛丽的婚姻要破裂了。B:So I hear.B:我听说了。A:Yesterday I met Mary, and she told me her husband often made pass at his secretary.A:昨天我遇到了玛丽,她说她丈夫总是和他的女秘书调情。B:After all the crises they have survived together, her husband should do such things. She must feel that she#39;s been stabbed in the back.B:在经历了这么多的苦难之后,她文夫竟然做出这祥的事,玛丽一定会觉得被丈夫在背上刺了一刀。 /201612/477022

  大家好!今天我们来看一看怎么用美语来聊“表示歉意”?I Didn#39;t Mean To 我不是故意的It wasn#39;t my intention 我不是有意的I feel so bad 我很自责 /201510/405493

  (MUSIC)Our story today is called "To Build a Fire." It was written by Jack London. Here is Harry Monroe with the story. (MUSIC)Storyteller: The man walked down the trail on a cold, gray day. Pure white snow and ice covered the Earth for as far as he could see. This was his first winter in Alaska. He was wearing heavy clothes and fur boots. But he still felt cold and uncomfortable. The man was on his way to a camp near Henderson Creek. His friends were aly there. He expected to reach Henderson Creek by six o'clock that evening. It would be dark by then. His friends would have a fire and hot food y for him. A dog walked behind the man. It was a big gray animal, half dog and half wolf. The dog did not like the extreme cold. It knew the weather was too cold to travel. The man continued to walk down the trail. He came to a frozen stream called Indian Creek. He began to walk on the snow-covered ice. It was a trail that would lead him straight to Henderson Creek and his friends. As he walked, he looked carefully at the ice in front of him. Once, he stopped suddenly, and then walked around a part of the frozen stream. He saw that an underground spring flowed under the ice at that spot. It made the ice thin. If he stepped there, he might break through the ice into a pool of water. To get his boots wet in such cold weather might kill him. His feet would turn to ice quickly. He could freeze to death. At about twelve o'clock, the man decided to stop to eat his lunch. He took off the glove on his right hand. He opened his jacket and shirt, and pulled out his b and meat. This took less than twenty seconds. Yet, his fingers began to freeze. He hit his hand against his leg several times until he felt a sharp pain. Then he quickly put his glove on his hand. He made a fire, beginning with small pieces of wood and adding larger ones. He sat on a snow-covered log and ate his lunch. He enjoyed the warm fire for a few minutes. Then he stood up and started walking on the frozen stream again. A half hour later, it happened. At a place where the snow seemed very solid, the ice broke. The man's feet sank into the water. It was not deep, but his legs got wet to the knees. The man was angry. The accident would delay his arrival at the camp. He would have to build a fire now to dry his clothes and boots. He walked over to some small trees. They were covered with snow. In their branches were pieces of dry grass and wood left by flood waters earlier in the year. He put several large pieces of wood on the snow, under one of the trees. On top of the wood, he put some grass and dry branches. He pulled off his gloves, took out his matches, and lighted the fire. He fed the young flame with more wood. As the fire grew stronger, he gave it larger pieces of wood. He worked slowly and carefully. At sixty degrees below zero, a man with wet feet must not fail in his first attempt to build a fire. While he was walking, his blood had kept all parts of his body warm. Now that he had stopped, cold was forcing his blood to withdraw deeper into his body. His wet feet had frozen. He could not feel his fingers. His nose was frozen, too. The skin all over his body felt cold. Now, however, his fire was beginning to burn more strongly. He was safe. He sat under the tree and thought of the old men in Fairbanks. The old men had told him that no man should travel alone in the Yukon when the temperature is sixty degrees below zero. Yet here he was. He had had an accident. He was alone. And he had saved himself. He had built a fire. Those old men were weak, he thought. A real man could travel alone. If a man stayed calm, he would be all right. The man's boots were covered with ice. The strings on his boots were as hard as steel. He would have to cut them with his knife. He leaned back against the tree to take out his knife. Suddenly, without warning, a heavy mass of snow dropped down. His movement had shaken the young tree only a tiny bit. But it was enough to cause the branches of the tree to drop their heavy load. The man was shocked. He sat and looked at the place where the fire had been. The old men had been right, he thought. If he had another man with him, he would not be in any danger now. The other man could build the fire. Well, it was up to him to build the fire again. This time, he must not fail. The man collected more wood. He reached into his pocket for the matches. But his fingers were frozen. He could not hold them. He began to hit his hands with all his force against his legs. After a while, feeling came back to his fingers. The man reached again into his pocket for the matches. But the tremendous cold quickly drove the life out of his fingers. All the matches fell onto the snow. He tried to pick one up, but failed. The man pulled on his glove and again beat his hand against his leg. Then he took the gloves off both hands and picked up all the matches. He gathered them together. Holding them with both hands, he scratched the matches along his leg. They immediately caught fire. He held the blazing matches to a piece of wood. After a while, he became aware that he could smell his hands burning. Then he began to feel the pain. He opened his hands, and the blazing matches fell on to the snow. The flame went out in a puff of gray smoke. The man looked up. The dog was still watching him. The man got an idea. He would kill the dog and bury his hands inside its warm body. When the feeling came back to his fingers, he could build another fire. He called to the dog. The dog heard danger in the man's voice. It backed away. The man called again. This time the dog came closer. The man reached for his knife. But he had forgotten that he could not bend his fingers. He could not kill the dog, because he could not hold his knife. The fear of death came over the man. He jumped up and began to run. The running began to make him feel better. Maybe running would make his feet warm. If he ran far enough, he would reach his friends at Henderson Creek. They would take care of him. It felt strange to run and not feel his feet when they hit the ground. He fell several times. He decided to rest a while. As he lay in the snow, he noticed that he was not shaking. He could not feel his nose or fingers or feet. Yet, he was feeling quite warm and comfortable. He realized he was going to die. Well, he decided, he might as well take it like a man. There were worse ways to die. The man closed his eyes and floated into the most comfortable sleep he had ever known. The dog sat facing him, waiting. Finally, the dog moved closer to the man and caught the smell of death. The animal threw back its head. It let out a long, soft cry to the cold stars in the black sky. And then it tuned and ran toward Henderson Creek…where it knew there was food and a fire. (MUSIC)Announcer: You have just heard the AMERICAN STORY called "To Build a Fire." It was written by Jack London and adapted for Special English by Dona de Sanctis. Your storyteller was Harry Monroe. For VOA Special English, this is Shep O'Neal. (MUSIC) Article/200801/23648

  每日一句口语:Don#39;t be afraid of change.You may lose out on something good,but you might gain something even better.不要害怕改变,尽管你可能会因此失去一些好的东西,但你也可能会得到一些更好的东西。【知识点讲解】afraid of 害怕例句:I was afraid of the other boys.我害怕其他的男孩们。 /201512/408430。

  

  

  Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. Today, let’s celebrate the uniqueness of YOU. You have been created as a completely unique individual. While your thoughts and ideas may be similar to those of other human beings, no one possesses exactly the same combination of gifts and dreams and hopes and ambitions that you carry within you. You are a marvelous, miraculous combination of potential and character, personality and ability. When you look at other people and all that they've accomplished and all that they have, there's no need to compare yourself with them. Quite simply put, their lives are different. They are where they are, and you are where you are. Your goal as a unique individual should not be to have and do the things that other people do, but to find your own path, your own way of being, your own way to accomplish your goals and reach your own dreams.Remember always that there are people who would have you believe that you would be better off rejecting your uniqueness and acting just like everyone else. There are people who would like to see you have the same wants as everyone else. You are not here, though, to conform to what others want you to be--you are here to be yourself, to share your unique and special gifts with the people who are a part of your life. Do not distress yourself with imaginings of "what you should be" or "where you should be" or "what you should be accomplishing." Instead, look at your life and look for the opportunities that are there for you to share your gifts and your unique perspective on life with others. You’re listening to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. The last words to end today’s program: Be you-always be you. Article/200802/27232

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